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    #1

    for + possibility of

    What do you think about this sentence:

    For having the possibility of talking about the new contract I would like to meet you.

    Shouldn't it rather be something like: In order to talk about the new contract I would like to meet you.

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    #2

    Re: for + possibility of

    Why not "I would like to meet you to talk about the new contract"?

    That is the natural and straightforward way to say it.

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