open-door policy

NOUN
  1. the policy of granting equal trade opportunities to all countries
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How To Use open-door policy In A Sentence

  • You are welcome to visit the school at any time; we have an open-door policy.
  • Just south of Tiananmen, one landmark stands as a symbol of Deng's bold open-door policy.
  • Under the guideline of reform and open-door policy, huge change has happened on the international balance in China which exerted tremendous influence on the economic operation.
  • You are welcome to visit the school at any time; we have an open-door policy.
  • As the open-door policy is adopted and the people's living standard is upgraded, the problem of "the vegetable basket" is attracting more attention.
  • This has raised the spectre of an new underclass and highlights contentious issues of the class nature of the open-door policy in the country.
  • In 1994, President Clinton abruptly halted the nation's three-decade open-door policy for Cuban refugees.
  • They're pushing forward economic reform and an open-door policy.
  • The dream job with the friendly boss who has an open-door policy might turn into a nightmare as soon as you sign the offer letter.
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