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the development of the colony involved expropriation of large tracts of fertile farmland from the natives
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Exxon steadily expanded its Russian business on Tillerson’s watch even as its rivals faced expropriation and regulatory obstacles.
The sweeping expropriation of Turkish companies has come in waves.
But having survived seventeen years of Chavismo—and innumerable threats of expropriation, as the government seized more than a thousand factories and farms—is itself a potent political statement.
Karl-Heinz Grundböck, a spokesman for Mr. Sobotka, said the ministry expected that Parliament would approve the expropriation of the building by the end of the year, and that ownership of the building would then pass to the government.
Both the Armenians, for whom Surp Giragos is an important cultural touchstone, and the Kurds have discerned a hidden agenda in the expropriations.
The following year, Colorado’s Republican gubernatorial nominee, Bob Beauprez, made the expropriation of federal lands in his state a central campaign issue.
Mr. Song’s brother then posted a government document online showing that such land expropriations were illegal.
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