In an interview, Xixu Sun, chief retail banking officer at Bank of China UK Ltd, said, 'Before the financial crisis you didn't have a choice, you couldn't cherry-pick
the good customers.
Hunt Transport successfully designed a program, Better Health for Life, that did not cherry-pick
participation based on motivation.
It would, therefore, be wrong if SAIC, aided and abetted by the Chinese government, was able to cherry-pick
the remains of MG Rover Group and effectively get what they want and at the same time stick two fingers up at the thousands of workers who are now concerned about their own and their family's future.
Since most Japanese are not dogmatically religious, tending to cherry-pick
aspects of Buddhism, Shintoism and Christianity, wedding ceremonies are not so firmly tied to particular places of worship.
Advertisers will be able to cherry-pick
markets rather than taking a panregional buy.
It would be a while before the world caught up--and before the bigger media players started to cherry-pick
Most of the families of Chad students make between just $10,000 and $30,000 a year, and the school does not cherry-pick
only the top students for enrollment.
Without the strong agreements that exist between current cable providers and Tennessee's local governments, new companies entering the market can cherry-pick
neighborhoods for services and effectively discriminate against lower income and rural areas.
They believe a rise will encourage more cabs on to the road in the early hours, discourage the urge for cabbies to cherry-pick
fares and also enable drivers to invest in the new electric London EV taxi.
WARNING Merkel says the UK can't cherry-pick
its obligations and privileges
She said: "TNT Post UK can cherry-pick
easy-to-serve urban areas, delivering easy-to-handle post to homes less frequently than Royal Mail and to no defined quality standard.