[hoʊst | ˈkəntri]

A country in which a subsidiary workplace is or seeks to be located. Many global organizations that are based globally, who send expatriates to their other branches around the world, usually have their headquarters in a host country; the host country could be the United States, United Kingdom or any other country around the world. 

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Every global organization has a host country in which their headquarters is located.