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CPUCentral Processing Unit (part of a computer system)
CPUComputer Power User (magazine)
CPUCentral Policy Unit
CPUCritical Patch Update (Oracle)
CPUConférence des Présidents d'Université (French: Conference of University Presidents)
CPUClaims Processing Unit (various organizations)
CPUCost Per Unit
CPUComputer Processing Unit
CPUComputer Parts USA (Texas)
CPUComputer Power User
CPUCritical Patch Update
CPUCorel Power User
CPUCentral Processing Unit
CPUContrôle de Production en Usine (French: Factory Production Control)
CPUCentral Philippine University
CPUCommunist Party of Ukraine
CPUComprehensive Plan Update (various locations)
CPUConstantine the Philosopher University (Slovakia)
CPUCall Pick Up (PABX phone systems)
CPUCommonwealth Press Union (UK)
CPUContract Postal Unit (US Post Office station)
CPUCrime Prevention Unit
CPUColumbia Pacific University
CPUCustomer Pick-Up (shipping/transportation method)
CPUComputer Processor Unit
CPUCalifornia Pacific University
CPUCarnet de Prélèvement Universel (French: Universal Book Collection)
CPUCalifornia Polytechnic University (aka Cal Poly)
CPUCorporate Policy Unit (various locations)
CPUCorporate Procurement Unit
CPUCertified Practice in Usability (trademark of Human Factors International)
CPUCash Pick Up
CPUChest-Pain Observation Unit
CPUChemical Protective Undergarments
CPUCroatian Partizan Unit (gaming clan)
CPUCommunications Processor Unit
CPUContribution Per Unit
CPUCondensate Polishing Unit (water treatment)
CPUCommunity for Pittsburgh Ultimate
CPUCaption Projection Unit
CPUCertified Postal Unit
CPUCompetition Promotion Unit
CPUClinical Pharmacokinetic Unit
CPUCollective Protection Unit
CPUChemical Protection Unit
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The crux of the Liaison Office's problem was that it was too close to the Hong Kong government's ruling elites and the Central Policy Unit. In a sense, the Liaison Office was so preoccupied with justifying its own positive views on Hong Kong that it became blind to the objective reality: that the Tung administration was deeply unpopular and that public grievances had become a time bomb.
As part of the new central policy unit, a number of key appointments will be made to develop policy areas.
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