commercial presence definition

commercial presence means any type of business or professional establishment, including through:
commercial presence means any type of business establishment, including through:

More Definitions of commercial presence

commercial presence means any type of business or professional establishment, including through (i) the constitution, acquisition or maintenance of a legal person; or (ii) the creation or maintenance of a branch or a representative office; within the territory of a Party for the purpose of supplying a service; e) "sector" of a service means, (i) with reference to a specific commitment, one or more, or all, subsectors of that service, as specified in a Party's schedule of commitments; (ii) otherwise, the whole of that service sector, including all of its subsectors; f) "service supplier" means any person that supplies a service6; g) "service
commercial presence means juridical persons established, constituted, acquired or controlled and/or branches or a representative office created for the purpose of supplying a service and/or performing an economic activity in sectors other than services. For the purposes of this Section commercial presence established, constituted, acquired, controlled or created is hereinafter referred to as “commercial presence set up”;
commercial presence means any form permitted under the legislation of the Russian Federation or the legislation of a foreign state, of organization of entrepreneurial and other economic activity of a foreign person in the territory of the Russian Federation or of a Russian person in the territory of a foreign state with the objective of providing services, including by creation of a legal entity, branch or representative office of a legal entity or to take part in the charter (stock) capital of a legal entity. The Russian legal entity through which a commercial presence is carried out, shall be regarded as a foreign provider of services, if a foreign person (foreign persons) by virtue of its predominant participation in the charter (stock) capital of the Russian legal person or in accordance with a contract made between them or in any other way, is in a position to determine decisions taken by the Russian legal entity;
commercial presence means any type of business or professional establishment, including one operating through: