American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A city of eastern China at the mouth of the Chang Jiang (Yangtze River) southeast of Nanjing. The largest city in the country, Shanghai was opened to foreign trade by the Treaty of Nanking (1842) and quickly prospered. France, Great Britain, and the United States all held large concessions in the city until the early 20th century. Shanghai is located in Jiangsu province but is administered as a separate governmental unit. Population: 9,830,000.
- n. See Cochin China2.
- From Sinitic 上海 (Shànghǎi). (Wiktionary)
- After Shanghai 1. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“SHANGHAI — The trial of four Rio Tinto PLC executives in Shanghai opened with a surprise on Monday when the men, including Australian national Stern Hu, admitted taking money in response to bribery charges.”
“SHANGHAI — American and Shanghai health authorities opened an epidemiology center in the Chinese city Tuesday to train experts in sleuthing out ways to prevent chronic and epidemic diseases.”
“SHANGHAI — A proud Shanghai threw open the gates of the 2010 World Expo on Saturday, kicking off an event that underscores the Chinese financial hub's comeback as a major world city after decades of spartan industrialism following the 1949 communist revolution.”
“SHANGHAI — The trial of four Rio Tinto PLC executives in Shanghai on bribe-taking charges opened with a surprise when the men, including Australian national Stern Hu, admitted they had accepted money.”
“SHANGHAI — A closely watched commercial crimes trial of four Rio Tinto Ltd. executives in Shanghai concluded Wednesday without word on a verdict following admissions of guilt by some defendants but also denials from each of the four on key points, lawyers said.”
“SHANGHAI -- The aspects of the Shanghai trial involving bribery of Rio Tinto PLC employees concluded Tuesday morning, and later sessions will deal, behind closed doors, with aspects of the case alleging theft of commercial secrets, an Australian official said.”
“SHANGHAI — Three Chinese dairy officials were sentenced Wednesday to up to five years in prison after a Shanghai court found them guilty of producing and selling dangerous products, state media reported.”
“SHANGHAI — A Shanghai court found an Australian executive at mining giant Rio Tinto guilty of charges he accepted bribes and stole commercial secret and sentenced him to 10 years in prison, the dramatic conclusion to a politically charged trial that carries ramifications for multinational corporations in China's increasingly important market.”
“SHANGHAI mdash; American and Shanghai health authorities opened an epidemiology center in the Chinese city Tuesday to train experts in sleuthing out ways to prevent ...”
“SHANGHAI — Ningbo Port Co., a major port operator in eastern China, raised 7.4 billion yuan ($1.1 billion) from a smaller-than-planned Shanghai initial public offering, which would provide slightly more than half the funds for its planned port expansion and machine purchases.”
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