OUS

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OUSOkayama University of Science (Japan)
OUSOutside the United States
OUSOregon University System
OUSOracle Universal Server
OUSOrganizational Units
OUSOffice of the Under Secretary
OUSOneUp Studios
OUSOwn Unit Support
OUSOperation United Shield
OUSOurinhos, Sao Paulo, Brazil (Airport Code)
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Hyderabad (Telangana) [India], Oct 7 ( ANI ): American telecommunications equipment company Qualcomm will be investing USD 400 million to set up its campus in Hyderabad, making it the largest facility to be established outside the United States.
For participants from outside the United States and Canada, the replay can be accessed by dialling 404-537-3406, with7338239 as the conference ID.
Co American Express credit card volume rose more for cards issued outside the United States (up 10.8%) than on those issued inside the United States (down 3.0%).
As credit through debt securities markets grew by 4 per cent year on year, however, total US dollar credit (bank loans plus debt securities) to non-financial borrowers outside the United States edged up by 0.8 per cent year on year, to $7.9 trillion at end-March 2016.
Outside the United States, benefits are paid up to 50 percent of the daily benefit amount.
It's a little bit softer approach outside the United States, even in Canada It's less aggressive In the end, though, relationships are what drive business, and it is wise for relationship lawyers to focus on this.
Social networking site Facebook has announced that their first data centre outside the United States will be built close to the Arctic Circle.
Summary: LONDON, Jul 12, SPA -- Here is how major stock markets outside the United States ended on Monday, according to Reuters.
Summary: King & Spalding, a leading international law firm, announced today that it will open an office in Geneva, Switzerland -- the firm's seventh office outside the United States -- to expand its leading international trade practice.
Outside the United States and Canada, ticket sales have reached $15 billion, up about 5 percent from 2008, showing industry strength in a global recession as audiences turn to movies as an inexpensive form of entertainment, box office watchers said.
Chrysler LLC (Chrysler), a United States-based automaker, is aiming to sell more than 500,000 vehicles outside the United States by 2014.