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1 Annex: Editorial Changes to Article 12B and Commentary (A) Article 12B ARTICLE 12B – INCOME FROM AUTOMATED DIGITAL SERVICES 1. (...) However, this priority for Article 12B does not apply if the beneficial owner of the income from 7 automated digital services carries on business through a permanent establishment in the Contracting State in which the income arises, and the income from those services is effectively connected with the permanent establishment or business activities referred to in clause (c) of paragraph 1 of Article 7. (...) However, if the beneficial owner of the income performs independent personal services in the Contracting State in which the income from automated digital services arises through a fixed base situated in that State and the income from automated digital services is effectively connected with the fixed base, paragraph 7 of Article 12B provides that the provisions of Article 14 would apply instead of Article 12B.
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However, this priority for Article 12B does not apply if the beneficial owner of the income from automated digital services carries on business through a permanent establishment in the Contracting State in which the income arises, and the income from those services is effectively connected with the permanent establishment or business activities referred to in clause (c) of paragraph 1 of Article 7. In this situation, paragraph 7 of Article 12B provides that the provisions of Article 7 apply instead of Article 12B. 18. (...) However, if the beneficial owner of the income performs independent personal services in the Contracting State in which the income from automated digital services arises through a fixed base situated in that State and the income from automated digital services is effectively connected with the fixed base, paragraph 7 of Article 12B provides that the provisions of Article 14 would apply instead of Article 12B.
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Microsoft Word - CRP.5 - The Meaning of Connected Projects .doc E/C.18/2012/CRP.5 Distr.: General 25 September 2012 Original: English Committee of Experts on International Cooperation in Tax Matters Eighth session Geneva, 15-19 October 2012 Item 3 (m) of the provisional agenda Article 5: The meaning of “connected projects” NOTE ON UNITED NATIONS MODEL TAX CONVENTION ARTICLE 5: THE MEANING OF “CONNECTED PROJECTS” Summary This note has been prepared by Ms Claudine Devillet in consultation with certain other Committee of Experts on International Cooperation in Tax Matters (“Committee”) Members and observers. (...) E/C.18/2012/CRP.5 2 Article 5: the meaning of “the same or a connected project” 1. (...) There is no guidance in the Commentary on Article 5(3)(b) with respect to the meaning of the terms “the same or a connected project” and Contracting States may interpret these terms in different ways.
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Definitions Tampere Convention 4 Definitions Article 1: defines the terms used in the Convention. (...) Committed to Connecting the World Provision of Telecommunication Assistance Article 4 describes the procedures for request and provision of telecommunications assistance, specifically recognizing the right of a State Party to direct, control and coordinate assistance provided under this Convention within its territory. (...) Committed to Connecting the World The remaining Articles, 10 to 17, contain the standard provisions concerning: •Article 10: Convention's Relationship to Other International Agreements, Tampere Convention Agreements, •Article 11: Dispute Settlement •Article 12: Entry into Force •Article 13: Amendments •Article 14: Reservations •Article 15: Denunciation •Article 16: Depository (is the Secretary-General of the United Nations) •Article 17: Authentic texts Committed to Connecting the World Process of Ratification When the Convention was adopted, a State could express its consent to be bound by the Convention by any of the following means: • By definitive signature • By signature subject to ratification, acceptance, or approval followed by deposit of an instrument of ratification, acceptance or approval • By deposit of an instrument of ratification Committed to Connecting the World Tampere Convention: Current Status • Tampere Convention was concluded in 1998 • Came into force on January 8 of 2005 • Currently, there are 40 countries that have • Currently, there are 40 countries that have ratified the treaty • More than 10 countries in various regions are currently working on the ratification of this treaty
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ebat-18-00332_Basic_Texts-E.pdf 820 Res. 200 RESOLUTION 200 (REV. DUBAI, 2018) Connect 2030 Agenda for global telecommunication/information and communication technology, including broadband, for sustainable development The Plenipotentiary Conference of the International Telecommunication Union (Dubai, 2018), recalling a) the purposes of the Union as enshrined in Article 1 of the ITU Constitution; b) the commitment by all Member States of the United Nations to achieving the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and related targets, adopted by the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) in Resolution 70/1; c) the call for close alignment between the World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS) process and the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, adopted in UNGA Resolution 70/125; d) the targets set by WSIS, which served as global references for improving access to and use of telecommunications/information and communication technology (ICT) in promoting the objectives of the Geneva Plan of Action, and the SDGs in the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, to be achieved by 2030; e) § 98 of the Tunis Agenda for the Information Society, which encourages strengthened and continuing cooperation between and among stakeholders and welcomes, in that respect, the ITU-led Connect the World initiative; f) the 2025 global broadband targets of the United Nations Broadband Commission for Sustainable Development to support "Connecting the Other Half"; Res. 200 821 g) the Connect 2020 Agenda for global telecommunication/ICT development agreed by ITU Member States at the 2014 plenipotentiary conference in Busan, Republic of Korea, initially adopted by Resolution 200 (Busan, 2014) of the Plenipotentiary Conference, considering a) the Union's dual responsibility as the United Nations specialized agency for telecommunications/ICTs and executing agency for implementing related projects under the United Nations development system; b) the United Nations system-wide implementation of the 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda and efforts towards achieving the SDGs; c) the role of ITU as a United Nations specialized agency to support Member States and to contribute towards the worldwide efforts to achieve the SDGs, noting that the Busan Declaration on the future role of telecommunications/ICT in achieving sustainable development, adopted by the ministerial meeting held in Busan, Republic of Korea in 2014, endorsed a shared global vision for the development of the telecommunication/ICT sector, under the agenda "Connect 2020", recognizing a) the WSIS outcome documents – the Geneva Plan of Action (2003) and the Tunis Agenda (2005); b) the WSIS+10 statement on the implementation of WSIS outcomes and vision for WSIS beyond 2015, endorsed by the Plenipotentiary Conference (Busan, 2014); c) the outcomes of the Connect series summits (Connect Africa, Connect CIS, Connect Americas, Connect Arab States and Connect Asia-Pacific) under the Connect the World global multistakeholder initiative set up within the context of WSIS; 822 Res. 200 d) the Buenos Aires Declaration adopted by the World Telecommunication Development Conference (WTDC-17) and the Buenos Aires Action Plan and relevant WTDC-17 resolutions, including Resolutions 30 and 37 (Rev. 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Dubai, 2018) Collection of the basictexts adopted by thePlenipotentiary Conference 2019 Message from the Secretary-General Explanatory notes Summary of contents Table of contents CONSTITUTION OF THE INTERNATIONAL TELECOMMUNICATION UNION Preamble CHAPTER I – Basic Provisions ARTICLE 1 – Purposes of the Union ARTICLE 2 – Composition of the Union ARTICLE 3 – Rights and Obligations of Member States and Sector Members ARTICLE 4 – Instruments of the Union ARTICLE 5 – Definitions ARTICLE 6 – Execution of the Instruments of the Union ARTICLE 7 – Structure of the Union ARTICLE 8 – Plenipotentiary Conference ARTICLE 9 – Principles Concerning Elections and Related Matters ARTICLE 10 – The Council ARTICLE 11 – General Secretariat CHAPTER II – Radiocommunication Sector ARTICLE 12 – Functions and Structure ARTICLE 13 – Radiocommunication Conferences and Radiocommunication Assemblies ARTICLE 14 – Radio Regulations Board ARTICLE 15 – Radiocommunication Study Groups and Advisory Group ARTICLE 16 – Radiocommunication Bureau CHAPTER III – Telecommunication Standardization Sector ARTICLE 17 – Functions and Structure ARTICLE 18 – World Telecommunication Standardization Assemblies ARTICLE 19 – Telecommunication Standardization Study Groups and Advisory Group ARTICLE 20 – Telecommunication Standardization Bureau CHAPTER IV – Telecommunication Development Sector ARTICLE 21 – Functions and Structure ARTICLE 22 – Telecommunication Development Conferences ARTICLE 23 – Telecommunication Development Study Groups and Advisory Group ARTICLE 24 – Telecommunication Development Bureau CHAPTER IVA – Working Methods of the Sectors CHAPTER V – Other Provisions Concerning the Functioning of the Union ARTICLE 25 – World Conferences on International Telecommunications ARTICLE 26 – Coordination Committee ARTICLE 27 – Elected Officials and Staff of the Union ARTICLE 28 – Finances of the Union ARTICLE 29 – Languages ARTICLE 30 – Seat of the Union ARTICLE 31 – Legal Capacity of the Union ARTICLE 32 – General Rules of Conferences, Assemblies and Meetings of the Union CHAPTER VI – General Provisions Relating to Telecommunications ARTICLE 33 – The Right of the Public to Use the International Telecommunication Service ARTICLE 34 – Stoppage of Telecommunications ARTICLE 35 – Suspension of Services ARTICLE 36 – Responsibility ARTICLE 37 – Secrecy of Telecommunications ARTICLE 38 – Establishment, Operation and Protection of Telecommunication Channels and Installations ARTICLE 39 – Notification of Infringements ARTICLE 40 – Priority of Telecommunications Concerning Safety of Life ARTICLE 41 – Priority of Government Telecommunications ARTICLE 42 – Special Arrangements ARTICLE 43 – Regional Conferences, Arrangements and Organizations CHAPTER VII – Special Provisions for Radio ARTICLE 44 – Use of the Radio-Frequency Spectrum and of the Geostationary-Satellite and Other Satellite Orbits ARTICLE 45 – Harmful Interference ARTICLE 46 – Distress Calls and Messages ARTICLE 47 – False or Deceptive Distress, Urgency, Safety or Identification Signals ARTICLE 48 – Installations for National Defence Services CHAPTER VIII – Relations With the United Nations, Other International Organizations and Non-Member States ARTICLE 49 – Relations With the United Nations ARTICLE 50 – Relations With Other International Organizations ARTICLE 51 – Relations With Non-Member States CHAPTER IX – Final Provisions ARTICLE 52 – Ratification, Acceptance or Approval ARTICLE 53 – Accession ARTICLE 54 – Administrative Regulations ARTICLE 55 – Provisions for Amending this Constitution ARTICLE 56 – Settlement of Disputes ARTICLE 57 – Denunciation of this Constitution and the Convention ARTICLE 58 – Entry into Force and Related Matters ANNEX – Definition of Certain Terms Used in this Constitution, the Convention and the Administrative Regulations of the Internatio CONVENTION OF THE INTERNATIONAL TELECOMMUNICATION UNION CHAPTER I – Functioning of the Union SECTION 1 ARTICLE 1 – Plenipotentiary Conference ARTICLE 2 – Elections and Related Matters ARTICLE 3 – Other Conferences and Assemblies SECTION 2 ARTICLE 4 – The Council SECTION 3 ARTICLE 5 – General Secretariat SECTION 4 ARTICLE 6 – Coordination Committee SECTION 5 – Radiocommunication Sector A ARTICLE 7 – World Radiocommunication Conference ARTICLE 8 – Radiocommunication Assembly ARTICLE 9 – Regional Radiocommunication Conferences ARTICLE 10 – Radio Regulations Board ARTICLE 11 – Radiocommunication Study Groups ARTICLE 11A – Radiocommunication Advisory Group ARTICLE 12 – Radiocommunication Bureau SECTION 6 – Telecommunication Standardization Sector ARTICLE 13 – World Telecommunication Standardization Assembly ARTICLE 14 – Telecommunication Standardization Study Groups ARTICLE 14A – Telecommunication Standardization Advisory Group ARTICLE 15 – Telecommunication Standardization Bureau SECTION 7 – Telecommunication Development Sector ARTICLE 16 – Telecommunication Development Conferences ARTICLE 17 – Telecommunication Development Study Groups ARTICLE 17A – Telecommunication Development Advisory Group ARTICLE 18 – Telecommunication Development Bureau SECTION 8 – Provisions Common to the Three Sectors ARTICLE 19 – Participation of Entities and Organizations Otherthan Administrations in the Union’s Activities ARTICLE 20 – Conduct of Business of Study Groups ARTICLE 21 – Recommendations from One Conference to Another ARTICLE 22 – Relations Between Sectors and With International Organizations CHAPTER II – Specific Provisions Regarding Conferences and Assemblies ARTICLE 23 – Admission to Plenipotentiary Conferences ARTICLE 24 – Admission to Radiocommunication Conferences ARTICLE 25 – Admission to Radiocommunication Assemblies, World Telecommunication Standardization Assemblies and Telecommunication (SUP) ARTICLES 26 to 30 ARTICLE 31 – Credentials for Conferences (SUP) CHAPTER III ARTICLE 32 – General Rules of Conferences, Assemblies and Meetings of the Union ARTICLE 32A – Right to Vote ARTICLE 32B – Reservations CHAPTER IV – Other Provisions ARTICLE 33 – Finances ARTICLE 34 – Financial Responsibilities of Conferences ARTICLE 35 – Languages CHAPTER V – Various Provisions Related to the Operation of Telecommunication Services ARTICLE 36 – Charges and Free Services ARTICLE 37 – Rendering and Settlement of Accounts ARTICLE 38 – Monetary Unit ARTICLE 39 – Intercommunication ARTICLE 40 – Secret Language CHAPTER VI – Arbitration and Amendment ARTICLE 41 – Arbitration: Procedure ARTICLE 42 – Provisions for Amending this Convention ANNEX – Definition of Certain Terms Used in this Convention and the Administrative Regulations of the International Telecommunicat GENERAL RULES OF CONFERENCES, ASSEMBLIES AND MEETINGS OF THE UNION CHAPTER I – General Provisions Regarding Conferences and Assemblies CHAPTER II – Rules of Procedure of Conferences, Assemblies and Meetings CHAPTER III – Election Procedures CHAPTER IV – Proposal, Adoption and Entry into Force of Amendments to These General Rules OPTIONAL PROTOCOL on the Compulsory Settlement of Disputes Relating to the Constitution of the International Telecommunication U ARTICLE 1 ARTICLE 2 ARTICLE 3 ARTICLE 4 ARTICLE 5 ARTICLE 6 DECISIONS DECISION 3 (MINNEAPOLIS, 1998) – Treatment of decisions, resolutions and recommendations of plenipotentiary conferences DECISION 5 (REV. (...) MINNEAPOLIS, 1998) – ITU staff participation in conferences of the Union RESOLUTION 53 (KYOTO, 1994) – Measures to enable the United Nations to carry out fully any mandate under Article 75 of the Charter RESOLUTION 55 (KYOTO, 1994) – Use of the United Nations telecommunication network for the telecommunication traffic of the special RESOLUTION 56 (KYOTO, 1994) – Possible revision of Article IV, Section 11, of the Convention on the Privileges and Immunities of t RESOLUTION 57 (KYOTO, 1994) – Joint Inspection Unit RESOLUTION 58 (REV.
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Microsoft Word - same or connected project Oct 2013_CRP.2 B.doc E/C.18/2013/CRP. 2 Distr.: General 14 October 2013 Original: English 1 Committee of Experts on International Cooperation in Tax Matters Ninth session Geneva, 21-25 October 2013 Item 6(a)(ii)(a) of the provisional agenda Article 5 (Permanent establishment) : meaning of “connected projects” Article 5: the meaning of “the same or a connected project” Summary At its seventh annual session the Committee noted in its report that: “[t]he need to clarify the meaning of the word “connected” to describe projects that were sufficiently related to be added together in paragraph 12 [of the Commentary on Article 5] was also raised and it was decided to include it in the Catalogue of Issues for future discussion.”1 The Committee requested Ms. (...) Article 5(3)(b) of the UN Model addresses the situation of an enterprise that performs services in a Contracting State through employees or other personnel in relation to “the same or a connected project”. There is no guidance in the Commentary on Article 5(3)(b) with respect to the meaning of the terms “the same or a connected project” and Contracting States may interpret these terms in different ways.
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For this purpose, a “stop” has taken place if embarkation and disembarkation of passengers is enabled, even when passengers are permitted to go ashore temporarily. Commentary to Article 8 According to the updated OECD Commentary, Article 8 now refers to: • profits ”obtained by the enterprise from the carriage of passengers or cargo” in international traffic and • profits from activities to permit, facilitate or support international traffic operations: Directly connected with such operations, Not directly connected but “ancillary” to such operations. (...) They considered that income from such transportation is not covered by Article 8 (alternatives A and B) even when such transport is directly connected with the operation of ships or aircraft in international traffic”. (...) Subcommittee on Article 8: International Transportation Issues Subcommittee on international traffic Proposed Change to Commentary on Article 3 (1) (d) Commentary to Article 8 Commentary to Article 8, para 10 Commentary to Article 8, new para 10.1 Commentary to Article 8, para 11 Commentary to Article 8, para 11 Commentary to Article 8, para 11 Commentary to Article 8, para 11 Commentary to Article 8, para 11.1 Commentary to Article 8, para 16
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However, this priority for Article 12B does not apply if the beneficial owner of the income from automated digital services carries on business through a permanent establishment in the Contracting State in which the income arises, and the income from those services is effectively connected with the permanent establishment or business activities referred to in clause (c) of paragraph 1 of Article 7. In this situation, paragraph 7 of Article 12B provides that the provisions of Article 7 apply instead of Article 12B. 18. (...) However, if the beneficial owner of the income performs independent personal services in the Contracting State in which the income from automated digital services arises through a fixed base situated in that State and the income from automated digital services is effectively connected with the fixed base, paragraph 7 of Article 12B provides that the provisions of Article 14 would apply instead of Article 12B.
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Article 11 The following acts shall be prohibited: 1. (...) Subscription 45 (5/2001) 31 October 2001 © Ministry of Planning and Investment and Phillips Fox IX-1108 CHAPTER II Establishment of Systems of Equipment, Provision and Use of Internet Services Article 12 Internet services shall include internet access services, internet connection services and internet application services. 1. (...) Reporting and being subject to inspections and examinations by State administrative bodies in charge of quality of services as stipulated. Article 27 Internet connection shall be carried out on the basis of the following principles: 1.
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