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white paper

an official government report in any of a number of countries, including Britain, Australia, New Zealand, and Canada, which sets out the government's policy on a matter that is or will come before Parliament

white paper

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A short treatise whose purpose is to educate industry customers. See, e.g., Architecture Neutral Distribution Format.

white paper

A written report on a topic. There are countless white papers on technology subjects written by vendors, research firms and consultants, most of which are accessible via the Web. See inbound marketing.
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Combining the two facts, readers can calculate a range of $150 billion-$225 billion for just the insurance piece of the estimate for the 1923 event, which the whitepaper describes as an M7.9 megathrust event that occurred off the Southeastern shore of Japan, causing over half of all buildings in Tokyo and Yokohama to be completely destroyed.
The whitepaper identifies the "three kings" of research publishing - data, content and context.
The whitepaper explains the impact of long term incentive plans on key Leveraged equity mechanisms that are most commonly seen in an investment fund environment, but can also be relevant to new start-ups which are funded by investors who are not involved in the day-to-day running of the business.
Likewise, Sunkoshi-II 1,110 MW, Sunkoshi-III 536 MW, Tamakoshi-V 101 MW, Khimti Shiwalaya 500 MW and Kokhajor Reservoir 111 MW also are included in the then issued whitepaper. The whitepaper had enlisted a total of 20 Hydropower projects.
As has been discussed in our Plan S whitepaper, our publishing community discussed four alternative strategies to comply with the mandate, three of which require sophisticated platform features.
The event, joined by banking and finance leaders, industry experts and entrepreneurs, shed light on the key funding challenges faced by start-ups in the UAE, building on a previous whitepaper released last year which focused on obstacles associated with opening a bank account in the country.
These techniques can help security professionals to improve the impact of security awareness training, but the whitepaper also stresses the importance of ongoing management of any awareness campaign, and of tracking the results.
The whitepaper is based on a survey conducted by Robert Walters, which gathered views of over 5,000 HR professionals, hiring managers, and employee candidates working in both Asian and Western companies across the eight aforementioned Asian markets.
The whitepaper, published by global research company Aranca, added that in addition to new car sales, the positive impact of a new customer segment over the next 1-3 years will be felt in the Kingdom's automotive aftermarket, which was valued at $7.4 billion in 2017.
Under the IA phase, start-ups and corporations are required to submit an IA request with attached whitepaper to prove that the tokens are not security tokens.
The whitepaper, Improving the Evacuation of High-Risk Buildings with Adaptive Exit Guidance, is available to download at http://www.eaton.ae/evacuation.
'From Apple to Amazon to Alibaba, digital platforms are more pervasive and powerful than ever,' the whitepaper, entitled South Africa: Winning with Digital Platform explains.