press report

Related to press report: press release
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press report

nservizio giornalistico
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An Associated Press report suggested the ruling could reinforce zero-tolerance workplace rules for marijuana even in cases in which a person has a medical marijuana card.
The Inspector-General of Police was responding to questions seeking clarification on a China Press report claiming that the billionaire linked to the 1MDB corruption scandal has been captured.
Karam introduced means of writing press releases and steps required to produce professional press reports, in addition to elements of writing good press report, learning how to differentiate between various types of reports, such as news, investigation and discussion, as well as employing press releases in media and public and international relations managements of government and private bodies.
The agreement included the exchange of news, press reports and photographs, and the two agencies should refer to the source of the news and the press report of both when news and reports published."
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FRANKFURT -- The International Monetary Fund has cut its 2008 global growth forecast to 3.7 percent from 4.1 percent previously, a press report said Wednesday.
In a local press report, Mark Murray, president, was quoted saying: "Evaluating performance and improving our offerings to customers is something we work on everyday.
documents before the energy company's collapse, saying that the jury instructions were "too vague and broad for jurors to determine correctly whether Andersen obstructed justice," according to an Associated Press report.
This is a revision of the 1983 TAPPI PRESS report of the same title.
A November 7 press report ("All-Purpose Drugs Are Being Tested," by Jeff Donn, The Associated Press) surveyed some of the work being done on finding drugs to treat many diseases -- the opposite of the traditional "magic bullet" approach of targeting only one particular bacterium or virus.
From an Associated Press report datelined Washington, D.C.: "In a multimillion dollar project, the Army has come up with a new bullet said to be just as deadly as the old lead-based one but cleaner for the Earth.