Delegation Là Gì


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The Trade & Industry Secretary is taking a delegation of business & union leaders lớn Shanghai tomorrow khổng lồ meet Chinese ministers.

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Indiana"s trade delegation hopes to secure investments và jobs by visiting European companies whose offices are already in the state.

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the delegation of authority/power/responsibility The main principle involved is the delegation of responsibility for budgets to accountable units, each of which has defined objectives.
The delegation arrived for a summit between the leaders of the two countries, but the meeting was postponed due to recent tensions.
Members of the delegation didn"t lượt thích the ballot proposition in the first place, for obvious reasons.
But as quickly as the statement was read, each of the delegations split into their respective fiefdoms.
Soon it will become de rigueur for all applications to offer spoken interaction and meaningful delegation.
The state"s delegation would fight it, và such unfair, pernicious cuts simply wouldn"t be accepted.
Even though there was a heavy security presence there, people started to come out và try to speak to lớn this delegation.
and that is certainly not the message you will hear tomorrow from our bipartisan congressional delegation.
While every athlete in the delegation has their moment of fame, some are a little more famous than others.
At this year"s summit, a biennial event, delegations from more than 50 nations will discuss evolving nuclear threats & ways to minimize & prevent them.
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the process of stopping or reducing carbon gases, especially carbon dioxide, being released into the atmosphere as the result of a process, for example the burning of fossil fuels

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