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'The construction of the Win-Win Monument has been urged to be sped up so that it will be finished before the planned inauguration day to commemorate the 20th anniversary on December 29,' Banh said.
'We will try to build the day around the meanings and spirit of the win-win policy .a.a.
Hun Sen's 'Win-Win' policy of 1998 brought the remaining armed leaders of the Khmer Rouge into the government, bringing an end to decades of civil war.
"It's been perfect, we are in a win-win situation," Benitez said.
We truly have the potential to hold a win-win partnership," said President Kovind, who is on his maiden official visit to Swaziland as part of his three-nation tour in Africa.
"We have tried our best for the continuous growth of our suppliers and cooperation with them, because we think win-win growth is essential for the quality of our vehicles," a Hyundai Motor Group official said.
You're still likely to have a great deal in common and these new connections may prove to be a win-win.
"How to Win in Every Scenario: Using Scenario Planning to Create Win-Win Solutions in Ukraine and in Other Complex Situations" (236 pages, ISBN# 978-1499057485) is available online at Amazon, Xlibris and Barnes and Noble.
Covey's Seven Habits of Highly Effective People is "Think Win-Win." This is the first habit of what Covey describes as "public victory." According to Covey, "Public Victory does not mean victory over other people.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif underscored Iran's willingness to play a win-win game with the world powers, and said no success will be achieved by using force.
Summary: Speaker of the National Constituent Assembly (NCA) Mustapha Ben Jaafar stressed, at a meeting with French Foreign Minister Alain Juppe, the major role of France in supporting efforts of the legitimately elected institutions in Tunisia to establish balanced bilateral relations as part of a win-win partnership for the two sides and achieve fair and comprehensive development that meets the Tunisian youth's aspirations and expectations.