Foreign Exchange definition

Foreign Exchange. (FX) means a service whereby calls either originated by or delivered to a customer who has purchased FX service from the state or interstate tariffs of either Party. FX also includes, but is not limited to, FX-like services provided by either Party where calls are originated from and/or delivered to numbers which are assigned to a Rate Center within one local calling area but where the Party receiving the call is physically located outside of that local calling area. FX service can be either interLATA or intraLATA. InterLATA FX, where the originating and receiving parties are physically located in different LATAs, is considered equivalent to FGA and the intercarrier compensation mechanism is the same as FGA. IntraLATA FX, when provided by two or more local exchange carriers “LECs”, is considered a jointly provided service and meet-point billed by those providing it utilizing a mutually agreed to meet-point billing, or meet-point billing like procedure.
Foreign Exchange means foreign currency and includes,—
Foreign Exchange. If a card transaction is made in a currency other than that loaded on the Card, the amount will be converted into the appropriate currency at an exchange rate on the day the transaction is processed. The exchange rate used is the wholesale money market or the government-mandated rate increased by 1% (including the VISA handling charge of 1%).

Examples of Foreign Exchange in a sentence

  • The Allottee understands and agrees that in the event of any failure on his/her part to comply with the applicable guidelines issued by the Reserve of Bank of India, he/she may be liable for any action under the Foreign Exchange Management Act, 1999 or other laws as applicable, as amended from time to time.

  • The applicant(s) shall be solely responsible to comply with the provisions of the Foreign Exchange Management Act 1999 (FEMA) and The Foreign Exchange Management (application and Transfer of Immoveable Property in India) Regulations, 2000 and all/or other statutory provisions as laid down and notified by the Government, Reserve Bank of India or concerned Statutory Authorities from time to time.

  • The RMB is not freely convertible into other currencies, however, under Mainland China’s Foreign Exchange Control Regulations and Administration of Settlement, Sale and Payment of Foreign Exchange Regulations, the Group is permitted to exchange RMB for other currencies through banks authorised to conduct foreign exchange business.

  • The State Administration of Foreign Exchange ("SAFE"), under the authority of the PRC, controls the conversion of onshore CNY into foreign currencies.

  • Any refund to them shall be made in Indian Rupees and in accordance with the provisions of Foreign Exchange Management Act, 1999 or statutory enactments or amendments thereof and the rules and regulations of the Reserve Bank of India or any other applicable law.

More Definitions of Foreign Exchange

Foreign Exchange. (FX) or “FX-like” service means a retail service offering which allows FX customers to obtain exchange service from a mandatory local calling area other than the mandatory local calling area where the FX customer is physically located, but within the same LATA as the number that is assigned. FX service enables particular end-user customers to avoid what might otherwise be toll calls between the FX customer’s physical location and customers in the foreign exchange. “FX Telephone Numbers” are those telephone numbers with rating and routing point that are different from those of the geographic area in which the end user is physically located. FX Telephone Numbers that deliver second dial tone and the ability for the calling party to enter access codes and an additional recipient telephone number remain classified as Feature Group A (FGA) calls, and are subject to the originating and terminating carrier’s tariffed Switched Exchange Access rates (also known as “Meet Point Billed” compensation).
Foreign Exchange means any foreign currency which can be freely exchanged, converted, or traded in the open international currency market.
Foreign Exchange means currency including Australian Dollars and foreign currency. Free Margin means the amount of funds that are available for opening a position. It is calculated by Admiral by subtracting from the Equity the required Margin. FSG means financial services guide.
Foreign Exchange means foreign currencies and claims in and to foreign currencies;
Foreign Exchange means a person authorised as an exchange under the laws of a country other than Namibia;
Foreign Exchange means foreign currency and includes any instrument drawn, accepted, made or issued under clause (13) of Article 16 of the Bangladesh Bank Order, 1972, all deposits, credits and balances payable in any foreign currency and any draft, traveller's cheque, letter of credit and bill of exchange expressed or drawn in Bangladesh currency but payable in any foreign currency;
Foreign Exchange means Dollars and/or other freely convertible foreign currency generally accepted in the international banking community.