• If you own or run a private firm, it helps to be on good terms with the local Communist Party bosses.

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  • Indeed, for Pyongyang to benefit from an export-oriented policy, it would have to follow international standards — and be on good terms with Washington.

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  • She was a year older, twenty, but it was also more—she had always seemed to Lane to be on good terms with her life in a way that age could not account for.

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  • The outgoing president has reasons to be on good terms with the new one: his war on organised crime has left him with a price on his head and in need of protection when he leaves office.

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  • But the government would probably be content with any arrangement that has a reasonable chance of keeping the country stable and on good terms with Beijing.

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  • In smaller markets, getting on friendly terms with the competition also can be good for business.

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  • And as firms in rich countries become ever keener to be known as good corporate citizens, some are seeking new international rules, not least so that they can compete on fair terms with rivals from China, which are already happily striking deals with the world's nastiest governments.

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