open-door policy

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national trading policy, trade policy - a government's policy controlling foreign trade
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The idea of a leader operating an open-door policy for employees is now so well-entrenched in the corporate world that it might be a quicker task to compile the list of leaders who don't operate some version of it.
Under our open-door policy, we encourage filmmakers to choose different topics for their films,' she said.
Germany appears to have drastically curtailed its open-door policy for migrants in 2016, turning away 13,000 people without valid documentation in the first six months, already 4,000 more than in the whole of 2015, official data showed on Tuesday.
The open-door policy of the EU is nothing more than a recipe for total anarchy.
Abdul Hussain bin Ali Mirza stressed the Electricity and Water Affairs (EWA)'s open-door policy in line with the directives of His Royal Highness Prime Minister Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa.
At the same time, we should recognise the problems we are facing thanks to the German open-door policy which means once those hundreds of thousands of migrants receive German (European) passports, they will all be entitled to come to the UK.
Our open-door policy which our pro-euro politicians have forced upon us to support the principles of a flawed Utopian European State is now exposing both the weakness of these open-door policies and the pathetic ineptitude of our politicians.
Lithuania is one of the countries that strongly supports NATO's open-door policy and this is very significant for us as a country aspiring for full-fledged membership.
The experience of the Vilnius Group countries of NATO's open-door policy and their benefits from the full-fledged membership of the Alliance were presented at the meeting.
Bahrain has pledged to cut bureaucracy through an open-door policy aimed at ensuring people to have easier access to municipal services.
For the first time, Bahrain's media will join in dialogue with a government minister to activate an open-door policy.
The official told KUNA that the HRW delegation's visit came within the agency's open-door policy and transparency in regards to humanitarian issues.