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EST: Europe and Central Asia Network english Русский Español Página principal Línea de trabajo sobre Desarrollo Económico y Social Comercio y mercados Mercados de productos agrícolas Comercio Trade agreements Trade, food security and the SDGs Trade, market development and employment Trade and nutrition Africa Europe and Central Asia Network About Discussions Experts Events Publications FMM project Temas emergentes Global engagement Publicaciones Reuniones y noticias Proyectos Estadísticas Comercio y mercados  >  Economic and Social Development stream  >  Comercio  > Europe and Central Asia Network   Agricultural Trade Expert Network in Europe and Central Asia The transformation of agricultural markets as a result of political and economic transition in the post-Soviet countries was accompanied by the process of globalization and deepening trade integration both within the region and with external trade partners. (...) Many European and Central Asian countries joined the WTO which helped enhance their participation in global agricultural trade, and the region plays an increasingly important role as a supplier of agricultural commodities to international markets. The network brings together experts who conduct research, carry out training programmes and advise governments and private sector on issues related to agricultural trade and trade policy, including regional and multilateral trade agreements. (...) Please send questions regarding the Expert Network to  [email protected] .  To receive the monthly newsletter, notifications about upcoming events and other materials, please subscribe here: Related links Regional Initiative: Transforming food systems and facilitating market access and integration FAO trade FAO Regional Office for Europe and Central Asia FAO-UNITAR online course on "Agriculture in International Trade Agreements" Key documents Information note Concept note Report of the first Network meeting Contact Iryna Kobuta Economist Trade and Markets Division [email protected] Alla Saranina Consultant Trade and Markets Division [email protected]     Contact us   | Terms and Conditions |  Scam Alert © FAO, 2022
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EST: Europe and Central Asia Network english français Русский Accueil de la FAO Axe Développement économique et social Commerce et marchés Marchés des produits Commerce Trade agreements Trade, food security and the SDGs Trade, market development and employment Trade and nutrition Africa Europe and Central Asia Network About Discussions Experts Events Publications FMM project Questions d’actualité Global engagement Publications Réunions et nouvelles Projets Statistiques Commerce et marchés  >  Economic and Social Development stream  >  Commerce  > Europe and Central Asia Network   Agricultural Trade Expert Network in Europe and Central Asia The transformation of agricultural markets as a result of political and economic transition in the post-Soviet countries was accompanied by the process of globalization and deepening trade integration both within the region and with external trade partners. (...) Many European and Central Asian countries joined the WTO which helped enhance their participation in global agricultural trade, and the region plays an increasingly important role as a supplier of agricultural commodities to international markets. The network brings together experts who conduct research, carry out training programmes and advise governments and private sector on issues related to agricultural trade and trade policy, including regional and multilateral trade agreements. (...) Please send questions regarding the Expert Network to  [email protected] .  To receive the monthly newsletter, notifications about upcoming events and other materials, please subscribe here: Related links Regional Initiative: Transforming food systems and facilitating market access and integration FAO trade FAO Regional Office for Europe and Central Asia FAO-UNITAR online course on "Agriculture in International Trade Agreements" Key documents Information note Concept note Report of the first Network meeting Contact Iryna Kobuta Economist Trade and Markets Division [email protected] Alla Saranina Consultant Trade and Markets Division [email protected]     Contact us   | Terms and Conditions |  Scam Alert © FAO, 2022
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Score: 736077.2 - https://www.fao.org/economic/e...de/europe-and-central-asia/fr/
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First Meeting of the Informal Network of Experts on Sustainable Urban Forestry | UNECE Skip to main content English Advanced Search   Main navigation About UNECE Executive Secretary Mission Organizational structure Secretariat Executive Committee Commission Legal instruments Work with us Our work Economic Cooperation & Integration Environmental Policy Forests Housing & Land Population Sustainable Energy Statistics Trade Transport Themes High-impact Areas Circular Economy Gender SPECA Technical cooperation THE PEP UN SG's Special Envoy for Road Safety UN Road Safety Fund UN cooperation in the UNECE region Regional Forum on Sustainable Development SDGs Open UNECE Events Meetings & Events Information for Delegates Coronavirus Advisory Publications Media Executive Secretary's Blog News Press Releases Covid-19 Press Releases Speeches Stories UNECE Weekly Videos More options Forests Forestry and Timber About us Introduction Bureaux History of the Section Integrated Programme of Work Governance previous COFFI reports Secretariat Teams of Specialists Areas of Work Data and Assessment Forest Assessment Forest Ownership Forests in the UNECE Region 2015 Country publications - State of Forests in Caucasus and Central Asia Private Forest Ownership 2007 Temperate and Boreal Forests Resource Assesement (TBFRA 2000) ToS Monitoring Sustainable Forest Management Meeting Reports Forest Products Markets Annual Market Reviews 1997-1998 2011-2012 Statistical Annex 2012-2013 2013-2014 Statistical Annex 2014-2015 Statistical Annex 2015-2016 Statistical Annex 2016-2017 Statistical Annex 2017-2018 Statistical Annex 2018-2019 Statistical Annex 2019-2020 Statistical Annex 2020-2021 Statistical Annex COFFI Market Forecasts Timber Forecasts (old) Forest Products Marketing Distance Learning Market Analyses 1999 Country Market Statements 2000 Country Market Statements 2001 Country Market Statements 2002 Country Market Statements 2011 Country Market Statements 2012 Country Market Statements 2013 Country Market Statements 2014 Country Market Statements 2015 Country Market Statements 2016 Country Market Statements 2017 Country Market Statements 2018 Country Market Statements 2019 Country Market Statements 2020 Country Market Statements 2021 Country Market Statements Market analyses outside of Committee ToS Forest Products Statistics ToS Sustainable Forest Products Wood Energy Handy Guide to Wood Energy Joint Wood Energy Enquiry ToS Wood Energy Policy Dialogue and Advice Circularity Boreal Forests Forest Sector Outlook Forest Sector Outlook Study (FSOS) 2040 Team of Specialists on Forest Sector Outlook (merged) Team of Specialists on Forest Policy Wood resources availability and demands National Forest Policy Dialogues Green Jobs Communication and Outreach ToS on Forest Communication UN Decade on Ecosystem Restoration Forests for Fashion Urban trees and forests Capacity Building Landscape Restoration ToS Green Jobs UNDA 10th tranche project Sustainable Forest Management for Greener Economies in the Caucasus and Central Asia Data and Statistics Forest Resources Forest Products Production and Trade Forest Products Trade Flow Prices Changes to UNECE/FAO Price Information Sources Updates Wood Energy Data JFSQ Country Replies Back issues of Timber Committee Forest Products Statistics Forest Fires Meetings and Events Forest Billboard Policy briefs Publications Press Releases Quick links Joint Wood Energy Enquiry EFSOS II 2010-2030 Climate Change Carbon Storage in Harvested Wood Products (HWP) Carbon Sinks and Sequestration Adaptation to Climate Change Forest Policies, Institutions and Policy Tools Relevant to Climate Change Green Building HWP studies European Forestry Meetings Teams of specialists Contact us First Meeting of the Informal Network of Experts on Sustainable Urban Forestry First Meeting of the Informal Network of Experts on Sustainable Urban Forestry Forests Communication Tuesday, 19 October 2021, 15:00-16:30 CEST 19 October 2021 15:00 - 16:30 Two-thirds of humanity will live in cities by 2050, and achieving national sustainable development objectives and the SDGs depends on healthy and resilient cities. (...) The Informal Network of Experts on Sustainable Urban Forestry provides a forum for knowledge exchange and capacity-building as well as peer to peer learning to strengthen sustainable urban forestry. (...) Documents 19215 _ Informaiton note and Agenda - First Meeting of the Network of Experts on Sustainable Urban Forestry _ 361236 _ English _ 773 _ 339508 _ pdf 19215 _ Presentation - "Case Study City of Helsingborg" _ 361470 _ English _ 773 _ 340053 _ pdf Review or download all attached files ABOUT UNECE Mission Executive Secretary Organizational Structure OPPORTUNITIES Vacancies Internship Programme RESOURCES Statistical Database Evaluations Follow UNECE Facebook Twitter Contact us Flickr Rss Youtube Instagram © United Nations Economic Commission for Europe | Terms and Conditions of Use | Privacy Notice Contact us
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In contrast to international staff whose pay scale is determined directly by the International Civil Service Commission (ICSC) based on the prevailing conditions in the international labour market, the LSSC follows guidelines issued by the ICSC using local market conditions as their benchmark. 10. (...) Salaries for locally recruited staff are established through labour market surveys of the employers presumed to be the best in the locality. (...) In the Special Measure provisions in part III of the Manual, paragraphs 8.23 to 8.32 deals with the family expenditure survey in response to civil unrest and the breakdown of the labour market. This type of survey is envisioned to take place in circumstances of warfare where the labour market activity ceases and where staff is in difficult and hostile conditions.
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Score: 733246.8 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2013-096.pdf
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EST: The Sixth Annual Meeting of the Agricultural Trade Expert Network in Europe and Central Asia english Русский FAO Home Economic and Social Development stream Markets and Trade Home Commodity markets Trade Emerging issues Global engagement Publications Meetings and events The Seventh Annual Meeting of the Agricultural Trade Expert Network in Europe and Central Asia The Sixth Annual Meeting of the Agricultural Trade Expert Network in Europe and Central Asia Quantitative agricultural policy monitoring in eight post-Soviet countries Regional workshop on the WTO instruments in the interest of agribusiness The Fifth Annual Meeting of the Agricultural Trade Expert Network in Europe and Central Asia Fourth annual meeting of the Agricultural Trade Policy Network in Europe and Central Asia Projects Statistical data Markets and trade  >  Economic and Social Development stream  >  Meetings and events  > The Sixth Annual Meeting of the Agricultural Trade Expert Network in Europe and Central Asia   The Sixth Annual Meeting of the Agricultural Trade Expert Network in Europe and Central Asia 27-28 October 2020 Online workshop, Rome International and national experts working on agricultural trade, representatives of research institutes and analytical centers of Eastern Europe and Central Asia attended the meeting. (...) Also, during the event, the Agricultural Trade Expert Network (ATEN) experts discussed a work plan for the development of the forthcoming FAO publication on agrifood trade policy 2019-2020 in the post-Soviet countries, thematic chapters for this publication and the Network achievements and its plans for 2021. Presentations Сельское хозяйство в условиях пандемии_Нурлан Кулбатыров  Влияние COVID-19 на агропродовольственные рынки и торговлю Украины, ответные меры политики_Тамара Осташко Узбекистан: Изменения в политике поддержки агробизнеса и субсидирования сельского хозяйства в связи с COVID-19_Дарья Ильина   Влияние COVID 19 на агропродовольственные рынки и торговлю, и ответные меры политики стран_Наталья Киреенко The export of agricultural products from Georgia, the Republic of Moldova and Ukraine to the European Union: what has changed since the signing of the EU association agreements_Veronika Movchan Measures to ease the economic damage caused by new coronavirus (COVID-19)_Shalva Pipia     Related links Agricultural Trade Expert Network in Europe and Central Asia Post-Soviet countries make their way towards improved agrifood trade How to use the WTO instruments in the interests of agribusiness – A guide (Available in Russian) Documents Concept note and Agenda Report of the sixth Network meeting     Contact us   | Terms and Conditions |  Scam Alert © FAO, 2022
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Score: 733043.26 - https://www.fao.org/economic/e...in-europe-and-central-asia/en/
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EST: The Sixth Annual Meeting of the Agricultural Trade Expert Network in Europe and Central Asia العربية english Русский الصفحة الأولى مسار التنمية الاقتصادية والاجتماعية Markets and Trade Home Commodity markets Trade Emerging issues Global engagement Publications Meetings and events The Seventh Annual Meeting of the Agricultural Trade Expert Network in Europe and Central Asia The Sixth Annual Meeting of the Agricultural Trade Expert Network in Europe and Central Asia Quantitative agricultural policy monitoring in eight post-Soviet countries Regional workshop on the WTO instruments in the interest of agribusiness The Fifth Annual Meeting of the Agricultural Trade Expert Network in Europe and Central Asia Fourth annual meeting of the Agricultural Trade Policy Network in Europe and Central Asia Projects Statistical data   Markets and trade  >  Economic and Social Development stream  >  Meetings and events  > The Sixth Annual Meeting of the Agricultural Trade Expert Network in Europe and Central Asia   The Sixth Annual Meeting of the Agricultural Trade Expert Network in Europe and Central Asia 27-28 October 2020 Online workshop, Rome International and national experts working on agricultural trade, representatives of research institutes and analytical centers of Eastern Europe and Central Asia attended the meeting. (...) Also, during the event, the Agricultural Trade Expert Network (ATEN) experts discussed a work plan for the development of the forthcoming FAO publication on agrifood trade policy 2019-2020 in the post-Soviet countries, thematic chapters for this publication and the Network achievements and its plans for 2021. Presentations Сельское хозяйство в условиях пандемии_Нурлан Кулбатыров  Влияние COVID-19 на агропродовольственные рынки и торговлю Украины, ответные меры политики_Тамара Осташко Узбекистан: Изменения в политике поддержки агробизнеса и субсидирования сельского хозяйства в связи с COVID-19_Дарья Ильина   Влияние COVID 19 на агропродовольственные рынки и торговлю, и ответные меры политики стран_Наталья Киреенко The export of agricultural products from Georgia, the Republic of Moldova and Ukraine to the European Union: what has changed since the signing of the EU association agreements_Veronika Movchan Measures to ease the economic damage caused by new coronavirus (COVID-19)_Shalva Pipia     Related links Agricultural Trade Expert Network in Europe and Central Asia Post-Soviet countries make their way towards improved agrifood trade How to use the WTO instruments in the interests of agribusiness – A guide (Available in Russian) Documents Concept note and Agenda Report of the sixth Network meeting     Contact us   | Terms and Conditions |  Scam Alert FAO, 2022 © 
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Score: 733043.26 - https://www.fao.org/economic/e...in-europe-and-central-asia/ar/
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UNECE experts promoting new ways to combat counterfeit goods Site map  Home About UNECE Programmes Information Meetings Contact Us United Nations Economic Commission for Europe Press Release [Index] UNECE experts promoting new ways to combat counterfeit goods Geneva, 25 January 2007 -- The dual tasks of protecting intellectual property rights and combating counterfeit goods are among the most pressing issues facing governments in the UNECE Region. (...) Specifically, UNECE experts proposed that after a given product had met all the safety, health and other requirements called for by national legislation, market surveillance officers should verify that the product is in fact genuine; i.e. that it has been produced legally and that use of a trademark or logo has been authorized by its legal owners. If results proved otherwise, the approval process would be suspended and the officers would promptly inform the intellectual property rights (IPR) holders concerned that counterfeit goods had been detected. The experts at the meeting agreed that these procedures should not be a financial burden for market surveillance authorities and should neither replace or duplicate existing IPR enforcement tools nor create legal conflicts between the market surveillance and IPR efforts.
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Score: 732273.05 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA.../press/pr2007/07trade_p01e.htm
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EST: The Fifth Annual Meeting of the Agricultural Trade Expert Network in Europe and Central Asia العربية english Русский الصفحة الأولى مسار التنمية الاقتصادية والاجتماعية Markets and Trade Home Commodity markets Trade Emerging issues Global engagement Publications Meetings and events The Seventh Annual Meeting of the Agricultural Trade Expert Network in Europe and Central Asia The Sixth Annual Meeting of the Agricultural Trade Expert Network in Europe and Central Asia Quantitative agricultural policy monitoring in eight post-Soviet countries Regional workshop on the WTO instruments in the interest of agribusiness The Fifth Annual Meeting of the Agricultural Trade Expert Network in Europe and Central Asia Fourth annual meeting of the Agricultural Trade Policy Network in Europe and Central Asia Projects Statistical data   Markets and trade  >  Economic and Social Development stream  >  Meetings and events  > The Fifth Annual Meeting of the Agricultural Trade Expert Network in Europe and Central Asia   The Fifth Annual Meeting of the Agricultural Trade Expert Network in Europe and Central Asia 5-6 June 2019 | Chisinau, the Republic of Moldova During the Annual Meeting of the Agricultural Trade Expert Network in Europe and Central Asia, participants discussed recent agri-food trade policy developments in twelve post-Soviet countries. The experts of the network presented draft country chapters for the joint publication “Review of Agricultural Trade Policies in the post-Soviet countries”. (...) Bobojonov Photo Gallery Agricultural Trade Expert Network in Europe and Central Asia Post-Soviet countries make their way towards improved agrifood trade How to use the WTO instruments in the interests of agribusiness – A guide (Available in Russian) Documents Annual meeting of the Agricultural Trade Expert Network in Europe and Central Asia - Concept note and Program List of participants     Contact us   | Terms and Conditions |  Scam Alert FAO, 2022 © 
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Score: 731928.86 - https://www.fao.org/economic/e...in-europe-and-central-asia/ar/
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EST: The Fifth Annual Meeting of the Agricultural Trade Expert Network in Europe and Central Asia english Русский FAO Home Economic and Social Development stream Markets and Trade Home Commodity markets Trade Emerging issues Global engagement Publications Meetings and events The Seventh Annual Meeting of the Agricultural Trade Expert Network in Europe and Central Asia The Sixth Annual Meeting of the Agricultural Trade Expert Network in Europe and Central Asia Quantitative agricultural policy monitoring in eight post-Soviet countries Regional workshop on the WTO instruments in the interest of agribusiness The Fifth Annual Meeting of the Agricultural Trade Expert Network in Europe and Central Asia Fourth annual meeting of the Agricultural Trade Policy Network in Europe and Central Asia Projects Statistical data Markets and trade  >  Economic and Social Development stream  >  Meetings and events  > The Fifth Annual Meeting of the Agricultural Trade Expert Network in Europe and Central Asia   The Fifth Annual Meeting of the Agricultural Trade Expert Network in Europe and Central Asia 5-6 June 2019 | Chisinau, the Republic of Moldova During the Annual Meeting of the Agricultural Trade Expert Network in Europe and Central Asia, participants discussed recent agri-food trade policy developments in twelve post-Soviet countries. The experts of the network presented draft country chapters for the joint publication “Review of Agricultural Trade Policies in the post-Soviet countries”. (...) Bobojonov Photo Gallery Agricultural Trade Expert Network in Europe and Central Asia Post-Soviet countries make their way towards improved agrifood trade How to use the WTO instruments in the interests of agribusiness – A guide (Available in Russian) Documents Annual meeting of the Agricultural Trade Expert Network in Europe and Central Asia - Concept note and Program List of participants     Contact us   | Terms and Conditions |  Scam Alert © FAO, 2022
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Score: 731928.86 - https://www.fao.org/economic/e...in-europe-and-central-asia/en/
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EST: The Fifth Annual Meeting of the Agricultural Trade Expert Network in Europe and Central Asia english Русский FAO Home Economic and Social Development stream Markets and Trade Home Commodity markets Trade Emerging issues Global engagement Publications Meetings and events The Seventh Annual Meeting of the Agricultural Trade Expert Network in Europe and Central Asia The Sixth Annual Meeting of the Agricultural Trade Expert Network in Europe and Central Asia Quantitative agricultural policy monitoring in eight post-Soviet countries Regional workshop on the WTO instruments in the interest of agribusiness The Fifth Annual Meeting of the Agricultural Trade Expert Network in Europe and Central Asia Fourth annual meeting of the Agricultural Trade Policy Network in Europe and Central Asia Projects Statistical data Markets and trade  >  Economic and Social Development stream  >  Meetings and events  > The Fifth Annual Meeting of the Agricultural Trade Expert Network in Europe and Central Asia   The Fifth Annual Meeting of the Agricultural Trade Expert Network in Europe and Central Asia 5-6 June 2019 | Chisinau, the Republic of Moldova During the Annual Meeting of the Agricultural Trade Expert Network in Europe and Central Asia, participants discussed recent agri-food trade policy developments in twelve post-Soviet countries. The experts of the network presented draft country chapters for the joint publication “Review of Agricultural Trade Policies in the post-Soviet countries”. (...) Bobojonov Photo Gallery Agricultural Trade Expert Network in Europe and Central Asia Post-Soviet countries make their way towards improved agrifood trade How to use the WTO instruments in the interests of agribusiness – A guide (Available in Russian) Documents Annual meeting of the Agricultural Trade Expert Network in Europe and Central Asia - Concept note and Program List of participants     Contact us   | Terms and Conditions |  Scam Alert © FAO, 2022
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