Thu 22 Dec, 2016 03:53 am
I'm non-native-speaker English and I need advice from native-speakers.
Is it necessary to use "the" in next sentences:
1. Direct investments by (the) CIS countries in the Eurasian continent
2. Of (the) EAEU countries, Kazakhstan comes second after Russia in terms of capital export to Eurasian countries
3. of investors from (the) other CIS countries) involve Russian companies and account for 40% of total recorded FDI stock.
4. Of (the) other CIS countries, the highest aggregate FDI originating from Austria, (the) Netherlands and ...
5. In Ukraine, Japanese investors targeted primarily production of automotive parts and construction of sewage treatment facilities. In (the) other countries, new investment projects are now at the discussion stage.
6. The deals listed above are likely to be followed by more Indian corporate investments. It is not clear, though, whether (the) other economic sectors of (the) CIS countries will get similar attention.
7. 16 Eurasian countries outside the CIS plus (the) 7 CIS countries
Thanks in advance for advice and explanation
I would say you need it in all cases, just to be specific.
just to be specific
, when meaning became apparent
I think slowly at 86
How oft tho do we hear the "the 'the' "