CPC

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CPC

  1. (politics) Communist Party of China, the main political party in the People's Republic of China
    Synonym: CCP
    • 1980, Fedor Burlatsky, David Skvirsky, transl., Mao Tse-tung An Ideological and Psychological Portrait[1], Progress Publishers, page 182:
      It is also evident that the struggle in the CPC and among its leaders mounted as the tasks confronting the Party and the nation grew more complex and Mao Tse-tung stepped up his efforts to impose his line and consolidate his personal power regime. The sharp aggravation of the differences in the CPC, that erupted into an open political clash, was generated by the serious and long-maturing crisis of the Maoist home and foreign policies. The "cultural revolution" was the culmination of this struggle, in which the problem of the power regime was closely coupled with ideological and political problems.
  2. (politics) Conservative Party of Canada, a political party in Canada
  3. (business) CPC Corporation, the state-owned oil and gas company of Taiwan
  4. (computing, historical) Colour Personal Computer, an 8-bit home computer of the 1980s.

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CPC (countable and uncountable, plural CPCs)

  1. (Internet marketing) Initialism of cost per click.
    Coordinate term: CPI

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