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1. But releasing the rice into international commerce is a more serious step.
2. The prospects for widening the opportunities for international commerce look grim.
3. He majored in international commerce in college.
4. International Commerce Centre at Kowloon Station will be a magnificent new landmark in the city.
5. The report provides information about international commerce and financial institutions.
6. Coffee is the second largest item of international commerce in the world. The largest is petrol.
7. Intergrative quality management and environmental protection consulting, international commerce consulting and other related agent services.
8. The effect eventually reaches every business and every individual in the society, not just those involved in international commerce.
9. A key question is, therefore, whether industrial expansion and international commerce has a similar impact on the Third World.
10. Business and culture be taught together as one when it comes to international commerce and business.
11. Article 73 Foreign-related arbitration rules may be formulated by the China Chamber of International Commerce in accordance with this Law and the relevant provisions of the Civil Procedure Law.
12. In October, visitors can enjoy the view from the 100th floor of the International Commerce Center, Hong Kong's newest landmark.
13. That stands for the World Trade Organization, the global body charged with supervising and liberalizing international commerce — and a whopper of a cautionary tale.
14. The Arch is close to a yet - to - be - completed office tower, the International Commerce Centre.
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15. Solutions are needed that take into account the reality of modern international commerce.
16. He says the roughly six percentage point swing in GDP in the West - from negative 3% to positive 3% - will create a snapback in international commerce from Asia.
17. The anti-dumping case is an illustration of some of the delicate trade problems our enterprises face as they get ready to enlarge their share of the international commerce.
18. A draft, sometimes referred to as a bill of exchange, is the instrument normally used in international commerce to effect payment.
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