This excerpt taken from the NKE 10-K filed Jul 27, 2009.
Securities Law Information. Neither the Company nor the shares of Common Stock subject to the Option are registered with the Chilean Registry of Securities or under the control of the Chilean Superintendence of Securities.
Exchange Control Information. It is the Optionees responsibility to make sure that the Optionee complies with exchange control requirements in Chile when the value of his or her Option transaction is in excess of US$10,000, regardless of whether the Optionee exercises his or her shares through a cash exercise or cashless method of exercise.
If the Optionee uses the cash exercise method to exercise his or her Option and the Optionee remits funds in excess of US$10,000 out of Chile, the remittance must be made through the Formal Exchange Market (i.e., a commercial bank or registered foreign exchange office). In such case, the Optionee must provide to the bank or registered foreign exchange office certain information regarding the remittance of funds (e.g., destination, currency, amount, parties involved, etc.).
If the Optionee exercises his or her Option using a cashless exercise method and the aggregate value of the purchase price exceeds US$10,000, the Optionee must sign Annex 1 of the Manual of Chapter XII of the Foreign Exchange Regulations and file it directly with the Central Bank within 10 days of the exercise date.
The Optionee is not required to repatriate funds obtained from the sale of shares or the receipt of any dividends. However, if the Optionee decides to repatriate such funds, the Optionee must do so through the Formal Exchange Market if the amount of the funds exceeds US$10,000. In such case, the Optionee must report the payment to a commercial bank or registered foreign exchange office receiving the funds.
If the Optionees aggregate investments held outside of Chile exceeds US$5,000,000 (including the investments made under the Plan), the Optionee must report the investments annually to the Central Bank. Annex 3.1 of Chapter XII of the Foreign Exchange Regulations must be used to file this report.
Please note that exchange control regulations in Chile are subject to change. The Optionee should consult with his or her personal legal advisor regarding any exchange control obligations that the Optionee may have prior to exercising shares or receiving proceeds from the sale of shares acquired under the Plan.
Annual Tax Reporting Obligation. The Chilean Internal Revenue Service (CIRS) requires all taxpayers to provide information annually regarding: (i) the taxes paid abroad which they will use as a credit against Chilean income taxes, and (ii) the results of foreign investments. These annual reporting obligations must be complied with by submitting a sworn statement setting forth this information before March 15 of each year. The forms to be used to submit the sworn statement are Tax Form 1853 Annual Sworn Statement Regarding Credits for Taxes Paid Abroad and Tax Form 1851 Annual Sworn Statement Regarding Investments Held Abroad. If the Optionee is not a Chilean citizen and has been a resident in Chile for less than three years, the Optionee is exempt from the requirement to file Tax Form 1853. These statements must be submitted electronically through the CIRS website: www.sii.cl.