white paper


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white paper

1. An official report issued by the government. The phrase is often capitalized. Primarily heard in UK, Australia, Canada. That issue will be addressed in a white paper later today.
2. By extension, an official report issued by any group or organization. Yes, we will issue a white paper to our stockholders informing them of these changes.
See also: paper, white
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com and download a copy of his free report, White Paper Design that Sells: 16 Easy-to-Implement Best Practices.
Tied into this matter of penalties is the white paper, which criticizes IRS agents for not imposing more penalties on taxpayers in their international tax examinations.
The White Paper states that super royalty is not to depart from the arm's-length standard (as understood internationally and presumably therefore in Canada).