open-door policy


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Noun1.open-door policy - the policy of granting equal trade opportunities to all countries
national trading policy, trade policy - a government's policy controlling foreign trade
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'Until today, PAS' open-door policy has always welcomed Umno members and its supporters to join the party.
This, he said, was according to the directives of His Royal Highness Prime Minister Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa, who has always emphasised the importance of an open-door policy for all citizens.
Quezon and the Filipino people for the open-door policy which gave Israeli refugees not only new homes, but also the opportunity to lead new lives, Aumentado cited.
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Seventeen-year-old Mercedes Ayres has an open-door policy when it comes to her bedroom, but the guy must be a virgin.
She urged filmmakers to make use of the open-door policy of the film festival.
In addition, an open-door policy also figuratively and literally demonstrates a leader's accountability - their door is open and their activities are freely discernible.
Maintain an open-door policy so your employees know you're-willing to listen and help provide solutions to any problems they may have.
"Students know that they're not defenseless," says Pond, who adds that they enjoy an open-door policy to talk with him directly.
With the NHS at full stretch, our schools full, housing at a premium and the immigration office unable to cope with the new arrivals, not to mention the government apparently unwilling to budge on its open-door policy, they are going to have to build a town as big as Kirkby unless something drastic happens.
In a drastic change of policy in 1996, we decided to implement an open-door policy for all parents who wished to visit their children at camp.