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- noun idiomatic , (jargon) A barrier of
silenceand secrecyestablished within an organization in order to cope with confidentialityrequirements.
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If so, it raises new questions about CSFB's ability to maintain the Chinese Wall, as it is known on Wall Street, between its analysts and its investment bankers.
Maintaining that Chinese Wall is considered key to keeping investors 'trust.
Confronted with such a piece of expression, with such a modern standard, the new generation could not but respond with all its forces, and throng out of the aperture made in the Chinese Wall.
This came to me first with a poignant thrill when I found myself in the presence of the Chinese Wall.
I feel as new as a tourist before Niagara or Montmorency, but as old as Paul and Silas in the presence of the Chinese Wall.