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OPEN POLICY. An open policy is one in which the amount of the interest of the insured is not fixed by the policy, and is to be ascertained in case of loss. Vide Policy.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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He termed private Sector as the engine of growth and said that the open policies of the all member countries will be helpful for enhanced economic cooperation to foster integration process in south Asia.
"China encourage its companies to expand investment in Ethiopia and will adopt open policies on technology transfer and as well as training program for the Ethiopian personnel," Wu told Meles.
Individual chapters discuss Japanese foreign policy before and after the Cold War, Japan's policy towards the Ukraine, Japan's more open policies towards foreign visitors and immigrants, the linkage between Japan's foreign aid and national security, Japan's rejection of global anti-whaling efforts, the privatization and deregulation of civil aviation, postal reforms, Japan's policy on international travel and tourism, national security and mass media freedom, and imperial succession.
Singapore has one of the world's most open policies toward immigration, and many foreigners especially those from China and India are already working in Singapore.
It also stated that Cingular and T-Mobile are attaining fast data revenue growth from the adoption of more open policies.