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  • TAITRA to promote trade in China's second-tier cities trade promotion organization will assist local manufacturers of consumer electronics to take part in trade fairs in China's ­second-tier photo: USAF/Master Sgt. Jerry Morrison photo: Creative Commons/robertnelson

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  • TAITRA to promote trade in China's second-tier cities trade promotion organization will assist local manufacturers of consumer electronics to take part in trade fairs in China's ­second-tier Air China Ltd are slashing prices to compete with the country's new high-speed

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  • TAITRA to promote trade in China's second-tier cities trade promotion organization will assist local manufacturers of consumer electronics to take part in trade fairs in China's ­second-tier photo: USAF/Master Sgt. Jerry Morrison photo: Creative Commons/robertnelson

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  • Increasingly aggressive local authorities are one major issue for foreign companies, particularly as Western companies voyage away from their traditional strong points such as Beijing and Shanghai and move into what are known as second-tier cities to pursue fast growth there.

    Foreign Firms Feel China's Heat

  • "The thing about these so-called second-tier teams is that, from four years ago, they're a lot more athletic, a lot quicker and a bit smarter as well," said Mike Ford, the England defense coach.

    Upsetting the Rugby Hierarchy

  • The agreement holds that pay for so-called second-tier workers, those hired after 2007, will rise as much as $4 an hour.

    Pact Moves Toward Approval At Chrysler

  • Mr. Fleming told analysts that by the end of 2015, Ford's U.S. work force would be composed of around 8% of so-called "second-tier" workers who make a lower starting wage.

    Ford Says Wage Gains to Be Small

  • Mr. Fleming told analysts that by the end of 2015, Ford's U.S. work force would be composed of around 8% of so-called "second-tier" workers who make a lower starting wage.

    Ford: UAW Contract Keeps Costs Down

  • Joe Ashton , UAW vice president in charge of GM, said the union "will look at anything to retain jobs," when asked if he would oppose an increase in so-called second-tier workers, who make roughly half the $28-an-hour wage of more senior auto workers.

    UAW Would Accept More Lower Wage Jobs

  • At the ABC luncheons, the three top advisers would work through a list of some ten to twenty topics, trying to clear away what Berger called second-tier issues.

    In the Shadow of the Oval Office

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