Updated: Dec 4, 2020
While; when; (but) at the same time; on the other hand; even though; although
We have to make more effort in developing new energy (sources) while countering the problem of environmental pollution caused by fossil fuels.
Many companies are still not very conscious about (information) security, even though they are eager to invest in information technology.
While the military budget has increased, budgets related to education and social welfare have been cut drastically.
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