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White Paper

An official document issued by a company describing and promoting a new product it intends to begin offering to customers. A white paper can both encourage customers to buy the product and encourage investors to buy shares in the company. The information provided in the white paper is generally quite detailed. See also: Marketing.
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He shared that the party had already prepared a preliminary draft of the white paper based on the 'visible performance' of the federal government.
According to the Video as a Core Service white paper, video as a core service means that operators make video services a major value proposition that will drive the growth of their telecom business.
For those serving at the time, the 1987 White Paper Challenge and Commitment: A Defence Policy for Canada signalled, at least for a few months, an apparent willingness by the government to genuinely reverse long-standing shortfalls in capability and equipment.
The long-awaited New Zealand Defence White Paper 2016, released in May, has signalled a paradigm shift in Wellington's response to the shifting geopolitics of the Asia-Pacific region.
FoodThink white papers are built on proprietary research conducted in 2016 and use responses from more than 2,000 U.S.
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TRA has earlier launched similar white papers on the use of Facebook and Twitter.
The White Paper; Australia in the Asian Century (2012), delivered by former Australian Treasury figure Ken Henry, was the first fully elaborated political and strategically focused government document to present the direction and self-perception of Australia's position in relation to the nation's interests in the Asian region.
TRA has denied a report which suggested otherwise, putting to rest the confusion among Facebook users regarding a white paper the authority issued on Tuesday.
We make much of this research freely available through our white papers in order to help others understand the industry technologies and their challenges such as DCIM."