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English definition of “the corridors of power”

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the corridors of power

the higher levels of government where the most important decisions are made
Translations of “the corridors of power”
in Chinese (Traditional) 權力走廊(作出重大決策的政府高層)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 权力走廊(作出重大决策的政府高层)…
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