that it arose

14:29 Mar 27, 2012
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English language (monolingual) [PRO]
Social Sciences - International Org/Dev/Coop
English term or phrase: that it arose
The accompanying draft WHO research strategy noted that it arose from a request from the World Health Assembly for the Director-General to produce a strategy for “the management and organization of research activities within WHO” – i.e. also principally an inward-looking perspective.

Does "it" refer to "to produce"?

Is "in" missing at the beginning of this sentence?

Thank you for your help!
Nadia Ayoub
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4 +3had its roots/origin it
Jenni Lukac (X)
5It occurred as a result from a request by the.....
Nikolett Ama (X)


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had its roots/origin it


Explanation:
It's explaining cause. I hope this helps.

Jenni Lukac (X)
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agree  Judith Hehir
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  -> Thanks, Judith. Have a good afternoon.

agree  Alison Sparks (X)
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  -> Cheers and thanks, Alison.

agree  Ellen Kraus: had its origin in .
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  -> Cheers and thanks, Ellen.
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10 hrs   confidence: Answerer confidence 5/5
It occurred as a result from a request by the.....


Explanation:
This too is more technically correct and just better expressed. Much more easy to understand.

Best wishes.

Nikolett Ama (X)
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Native speaker of: Native in GermanGerman, Native in EnglishEnglish
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