Is "in the center of the discussion" a correct term?


Asian countries are *in the center of the discussion*. As we know, Asian countries with a population of 60% from total world, currently contribute to 20% of world oil demand. Naturally, huge potential of oil demand increase should come from Asia.

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  • 1 decade ago
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    It doesn't sound very good in the sentence. Perhaps something like, "Asian countries are in the midst of the debate" or "Asian countries are AT the center of the discussion".

  • 1 decade ago

    Yes, "in the center of the discussion" can be a correct term, but not when it is overly vague, as it is in the example paragraph.

    Is the discussion ABOUT Asian countries?


    Is the discussion BY Asian countries?

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