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Well that A10 name is completely out of whack then. What bozo dreamed that up then, eh?
The prizes are a bottle of f*!@#$% SCOTCH and a box of cheap f!@#$#$ CIGARS!
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Goose Egg wrote:
I found them! Oddly enough, in a Wikileaks cable (http://dazzlepod.com/cable/08TAIPEI572/
10 Advanced Economies (not Countries)
I was just informed that the list of A10 economies used by Taiwan's BNHI to set drug prices is slightly different: Italy and New Zealand are out, Japan and the UK are in
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Ah i see what you've done there with the order
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