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惉员为 ......组惉揑.......

English translation: FYI

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20:24 Jul 25, 2005
Chinese to English translations [Non-PRO]
Art/Literary - Economics
Chinese term or phrase: 惉员为 ......组惉揑.......
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I'm quite puzzled by this unfamiliar sentence construction. Any ideas what it means? Cheeers.
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English translation:FYI
Explanation:
Members of the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development from developed countries such as Europe, American, and Japan also praised the Chinese decision, saying it will allow China to better control economic development and monetary policy.
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Nigel Jones
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惉员为 ......组惉揑.......
FYI


Explanation:
Members of the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development from developed countries such as Europe, American, and Japan also praised the Chinese decision, saying it will allow China to better control economic development and monetary policy.

Nigel Jones
China
Local time: 02:09
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