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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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The white paper also stated that China has been an active promoter for building a mutually beneficial global community for nuclear safety.
Social and economic development in the region has also suffered as a result, the white paper said.
A number of figures were also used in the white paper and 10 tables on topics such as the breakdown of China's defense expenditure and international cooperation activities were added as appendices.
He said the ministry was committed to table a comprehensive and credible White Paper, with the document in the final stages of preparation prior to its scheduled tabling today.
Meanwhile, PML-N spokesperson Marriyum Aurangzeb refused to verify the date of the issuance of the white paper, saying it would be issued within days after the PTI unveils its 100-day performance.
The white paper - "Women in Insurance: Leading to Action" reports that:
The white paper concludes by proposing four video business models of mobile operators: Directly monetised content, basic partnerships, bundled services, and data free services.
The party said 'both the panel and white paper are a kangaroo stunt to nail Fayemi,' saying 'the verdict would not stand in the face of illegality that went into the exercise.'
Lessons learned from EvoSwitch's proprietary OpenCloud exchange and growing ecosystem of 59 partners utilizing this cloud interconnection platform are included in the white paper. As with the white paper released last month on hybrid cloud planning, the new white paper 'How to Build a Better Cloud--Implementation' is written by Patrick van der Wilt, a seasoned data center and cloud services professional with extensive experience in colocation and hybrid cloud implementations.
Lucknow (Uttar Pradesh) [India] Sept 18 ( ANI ): Yogi Adityanath led Uttar Pradesh Government on Monday released a White Paper that accused previous state governments of hindering development and ignoring corruption.
Still in the depths of the old Cold War with the Soviet Union, the White Paper sought to refocus Canada's commitment to NATO's European theatre to a level that the country could realistically meet.
The long-awaited New Zealand Defence White Paper 2016, released in May, has signalled a paradigm shift in Wellington's response to the shifting geopolitics of the Asia-Pacific region.
The white paper, Advancing the Business of Tea: How Key Vertical Markets Can Profit Through Tea, is free and available to download now at: worldteaexpo.com/whitepaper.
Sullivan Higdon & Sink issues a white paper "Evolving Trust in the Food Industry" paper which is intended to arm food marketers with insights into Americans' knowledge and trust of the food industry and how those perceptions have changed from 2012 to present.
That is a key message reflected in a new white paper commissioned by the American Nurses Association (ANA) and developed by Avalere Health, LLC in collaboration with nurses and policy experts.