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economic preeminence in a sentence

"economic preeminence" in Chinese  
  1. Although social mobility increased slightly, the traditional elite retained their economic preeminence, despite countervailing efforts by Fran鏾is Duvalier.
  2. Hashimoto said, using a metaphor popular among policymakers here earlier this decade to punctuate Japan's economic preeminence on the continent.
  3. Hashimoto said, using a metaphor popular among policymakers here earlier this decade to emphasize Japan's economic preeminence in the region.
  4. Hashimoto said, using a metaphor popular among policymakers here earlier this decade to punctuate Japan's economic preeminence in the continent.
  5. According to revisionist historians, the " Zollverein " may not even have been instrumental in bringing about Prussia s economic preeminence in Germany.
  6. It's difficult to find economic preeminence in a sentence.
  7. Since it displaced the pound when England's economic preeminence faded after World War I, the dollar has served as the world's main reserve currency.
  8. Under the tenure of Ibuka, Sony became one of Japan's most successful corporations as the country surged to postwar economic preeminence in the decades following its defeat in World War II.
  9. The nation's current credit crunch, weaker yen, higher unemployment and lower prices, these economists maintain, actually present an opportunity for an economic restructuring that would return the nation to economic preeminence.
  10. As the standard of living of its people continues to improve, China not only challenges the United States'economic preeminence but also the Earth's natural systems and resources, said Lester Brown and Christopher Flavin.
  11. Yet despite a steady stream of scandals and the occasional devastating panic, the United States rose over those years to the position of economic preeminence that it now, rather prematurely, claims to have recaptured.
  12. But once the entrep魌 had been established, its growth-promoting peculiarities helped Amsterdam ( and the port cities in the maritime zone of the Netherlands, interlinked to Amsterdam by the area's inland waterways ) achieve its position of economic preeminence.

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