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Venue The Workshop is being held at the Grand Palm Hotel Casino and Convention Resort , Gaborone, Botswana, where participants and resource persons will also be lodged. The contact details are as follows: The Grand Palm Hotel Casino and Convention Resort Private Bag B.R. 105 (Molepolole Road) Gaborone, Botswana Tel: + 267 363 7777 Fax: + 267 391 6582 (Reservations); also email: reservations@grandpalm.bw Fax: + 267 391 2989 (Reception) Website: http://www.peermont.com/HGR/hotels_walmont.asp TUESDAY, 19 June 2007 TBT basics 08:30 – 09:00 Registration 09:00 – 09:30 Opening 09:30 – 10:30 An introduction to the TBT Agreement WTO The WTO Secretariat will present the background, current context and purpose of the TBT Agreement. *** 10:30 – 11:00 Coffee break *** 11:00 – 12:30 TBT issues in the Region WTO The WTO Secretariat will provide an introduction to the TBT Committee and Specific Trade Concerns.
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Score: 1075309.3 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...ty_sheets_2007_e/tbt07-1_e.doc
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PREVENTION OF CORRUPT PRACTICES AND TRANSFER OF FUNDS OF ILLICIT ORIGIN :REPORT OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL : ADDENDUM
In addition, according to the new law, the casinos will be obliged by law to declare any activities suspected to be linked to terrorism or to organized crime activities as well as to record the identity of clients as well as any sum of money that is over to the amount established by law. (...) In view of the fact that the biggest problem in recovering funds acquired illegally and transferred abroad, as well as in dealing with bribery in international transactions, is that the criminals are able to use offshore zones and online bank accounts to conduct various kinds of financial transactions, Ukraine has initiated agreements on mutual legal aid with, inter alia, Antigua and Barbuda and Hong Kong. 35.
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Score: 1070169.2 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...?open&DS=A/57/158/ADD.1&Lang=E
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List of hotels (PDF ) HOTELS Address and distance from the MERIDIEN Category Single room (CFA Francs with breakfast) Double room (CFA Francs with breakfast) Contacts and online Reservation WIFI   RADISSON BLU   www.radissonblu.com/hotel-dakar   www.photowebusa.com/radisson-blu/dakar/ Corniche ouest de Dakar – Fann Résidence     09 kilomètres 5 99.120   129.600 Tél :    +221 33 869 33 33 /            +221 33 869 33 15 Fax:    +221 33 869 33 66   Mr Baïtyr DIAW Mme Zohra Rajab baityr.diaw@radissonblu.com reservations.dakar@radissonblu.com Zohra.rajab@radissonblu.com   Free   TERANGA-PULLMAN   www.pullmanhotels.com Place de l’indépendance- Dakar-centre   10 kilomètres 5 90.100 103.700 Tél : +221 33 88922 00 Fax: +221 33 82350 01   Mr Cyrille NOMEL   ho563@accor.com cyrille.nomel@accor.com Free   TERROU-BI   www.terroubi.com Corniche ouest de Dakar   09 kilomètres 4 Luxe   100.600 Garden views vue/jardin   116.600 Sea views vue/mer     113.200 Garden views vue/jardin   129.200 Sea views vue/mer Tél : +221 33 839 90 39 Fax: +221 33 839 90 45 Fax: +221 33 821 40 74 Mme Cécilia Mme Catherine   commercial@terroubi.com reservation@terroubi.com Free   LE MERIDIEN PRESIDENT   www.lemeridien-dakar.com   Rte des Almadies 4 104.600   104.600 +  Supplément du petit-déj + Taxe de 600F Tél : +221 33 869 69 69 Fax: +221 33 869 69 24 Mlle Alice NIANG Mme Fatou DIOP   reservation.dakar@lemeridien.com   Free   NOVOTEL   www.accor.com           Av. Abdoulaye FADIGA – Dakar centre   10 kilomètres 4 86.700   97.300 Tél : +221 33 849 61 61 Fax: +221 33 823 89 29   Mr Deni DAGOSTA Mr Cyrille NOMEL   dakar.reservation@accor.com cyrille.nomel@accor.com Free   FLEUR DE LYS   www.hotelfleurdelysdakar.com   Rte des Almadies     700 mètres 4 60.600 91.600 Tél : +221 33 869 86 87 Fax: +221 33 820 74 20   Mme  MAURICIO contact@hotelfleurdelysdakar.com   Free   HOTEL DES ALMADIES     www.hoteldesalmadies.com   La Pointe des Almadies   05 minutes à pied 4 50.600 50.600 +   Supplément du petit-déj + Taxe de 600F Breakfast not included Tél. : +221 338695454   Mr Mansour SALL Mme Joelle GABAIN   Tél. : 774285555 respreception@vacaplesalmadies.com     Free   RESIDENCE MADAMEL   www.dalalhotels.com Route des Almadies   300 mètres 4 45.600 60.600     suite Tél. :   +221 33 832 11 12 /            +221 33 869 59 64 Fax :   +221 33 832 66 76 /            +221 33 820 42 45   Mme Khadija SECK   Khadija.seck@dalalhotels.com Free   AIRPORT HOTEL   CASINO NGOR(route de l’Aéroport)   03 kilomètres 3 49.600 57.200 Tél : +221 33 869 78 78 Fax: +221 33 820 27 44   Mme AMINATA BA   saccvhotel@orange.sn Free   LA DETENTE   www.hotelladetente.com   Rte des Almadies   100 mètres (en face) 3 39.500 49.000 Tél : 33 820 38 49 Fax: 33 820 38 49   Mr COLY     ladetente@orange.sn   Free   LE LODGE   www.hotellelodge.com   Rte des Almadies   800 mètres 3 43.100 43.100 + Supplément petit-déj + Taxe de 600F Breakfast not included Tél : +221 33 869 03 45/46 Fax: +221 33 869 03 50   Mr FRISO     hotellelodge@orange.sn   Free   MAGICLAND   www.magic-land.sn   (Enceinte Parc attractif de Magic-Land) Corniche ouest de Dakar   10 kilomètres 3 35.600   46.700 Tél : 33 823 50 61 Fax : 33 842 89 23 Mme D’Almeda   magicland_dk@hotmail.com mdalmeda@yahoo.fr   Free   VIRAGE   www.leviragehotel.com Rte de l’Aéroport Yoff   2,5 kilomètres 3 41.600 36.600 46.600 41.600 Tél :  +221 33 820 30 80 Fax : +221 33 820 95 94   Mme COLY Marianne info@leviragehotel.com Free   FANA     Rte des Almadies     900 mètres 3 33.600 42.200 Tél : +221 33 820 06 06 Fax: +221 33 820 69 69   Mme GOUDIABY Mr COLY   fanahotel@orange.sn   Free   LE NDIAMBOUR   www.lendiambour.com 121, rue Carnot Dakar-centre 4 45.600   55.600 Tél : +221 33 889 42 89 Fax: +221 33 822 77 45   Mme NDIAYE Gnima ndiambour@orange.sn   Free   NGOR DIARAMA   www.hotels-ngordiarama.com   Village de Ngor 4 51.200   71.200 Tél :    +221 33 820 01 45            +221 33 820 27 24 Fax:    +221 33 820 27 23 Mme BADIANE Fatou Thiam ngordiarama@orange.sn   Free   VIRAGE   www.leviragehotel.com Rte de l’Aéroport Yoff 3 41.600   46.600   Tél :  +221 33 820 30 80 Fax : +221 33 820 95 94 Mme COLY Marianne info@leviragehotel.com   Free   ARCHOTEL   NGOR VIRAGE 2 + 38.600   44.200   Tél :   +221 33 820 41 63 Fax : +221 33 820 42 07 Mr Aziz Mbengue archotel@orange.sn     Free   [1] Booking and cancellation policy may differ from hotel to hotel, please ensure that you are informed of the hotel policy when making your reservation.
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Score: 1064231.8 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/treg...R10/practical_info/hotels.html
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NEW CALEDONIA : WORKING PAPER / PREPARED BY THE SECRETARIAT
FLNKS opposed the decision to authorize the establishment of a new casino within the Meridien Hotel, which was to open at the end of February 1995, despite the fact that all three provinces were involved in the project. (...) A/AC.109/2028 English Page 22 representative of the Government for the opening of a casino in the Méridien Hotel. UC deplores - and I quote - "the contempt displayed towards t
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Score: 1061212.1 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...t?open&DS=A/AC.109/2028&Lang=E
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UNITED NATIONS OPERATION IN CYPRUS :REPORT OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
The mission tried to mitigate the situation by promoting the use of online platforms by civil society actors, with some limited success. (...) Established mechanisms for cooperation, such as those between the two Nicosia municipalities (the Nicosia Municipal Coordination Group and the Nicosia Master Plan) remained dormant during the reporting period, owing to the difficulty of operating by online means. In response, the mission strengthened its capacity to facilitate online connections and sought creative ways to continue to support dialogue and cooperation across the divide. (...) The leaders and representatives of Turkish Cypriot and Greek Cypriot political parties maintained their regular meetings, some of them online, under the auspices of the Embassy of Slovakia.
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Score: 1051698.4 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...sf/get?open&DS=S/2021/4&Lang=E
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SUMMARY OF STAKEHOLDERS' SUBMISSIONS ON SOLOMON ISLANDS :[UNIVERSAL PERIODIC REVIEW] : REPORT OF THE OFFICE OF THE UNITED NATIONS HIGH COMMISSIONER FOR HUMAN RIGHTS
ECPAT International also noted that there were no provisions under Solomon Islands law that define or criminalize forms of online child sexual exploitation other than child sexual abuse materials, such as live streaming of sexual abuse material, online grooming, online sexual extortion or unsolicited sexting. Further, the law criminalizing child sexual abuse materials and associated conducts did not explicitly refer to offences committed in the online environment. Another omission in the law relating to child sexual abuse materials was the lack of an exemption clause concerning sexting between minors. (...) ECPAT International also stated that the increasing use of mobile phones and the proliferation of Internet access presented potential and growing new vulnerabilities to the sexual exploitation of children in the online environment, including perpetrators’ new ways to groom and exploit children.104 59.
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Score: 1042816.4 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...&DS=A/HRC/WG.6/38/SLB/3&Lang=E
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NOTE VERBALE DATED 3 NOVEMBER 2020 FROM THE PERMANENT MISSION OF THE DOMINICAN REPUBLIC TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE CHAIR OF THE COMMITTEE :SECURITY COUNCIL COMMITTEE ESTABLISHED PURSUANT TO RESOLUTION 1540 (2004)
(g) By decision No. 104-2017 of the Ministry of Finance, the Directorate of Casinos and Gaming approved regulations on the prevention of money-laundering and the financing of terrorism in casinos, sports betting, lotteries and other gaming activities.
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Score: 1039243.75 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...?open&DS=S/AC.44/2020/7&Lang=E
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Major Foreign Investment Projects Major foreign investment projects Government-approved, underway or completed in The Bahamas during the past five (5) years are:  $3.4 billion – BAHA MAR Hotel, Casino and Golf Resort project – largest single phase development in the western hemisphere, New Providence  $140 million – Albany Resort expansion project - to include medical facilities, general medical and stem cell research and state-of-the-art financial centre, New Providence  $200 million – Resorts World Bimini Bay project, Bimini  $90 million – Club Med Hotel Resort, San Salvador  $30 million – The Cove, Eleuthera  $1.4 billion – Bakers Bay Golf and Ocean Club  Sunwing Memories Grand Bahama Beach and Casino Resort  $21 million – Norman’s Cay Resort – Exuma  $40 million – February Point Resort Estates – Exuma  $30 million – Leaf Cay Resort – Exuma  $31 million – Fortune Island Hotel and Community Resort – Crooked Island 3  $63 million – Stocking Island Resort – Exuma Major Infrastructure and Urban Planning Projects Major infrastructure and urban planning projects underway or completed in The Bahamas during the past five (5) years are: New Providence Transformation and Modernization Programme  $210 million – public private partnership arrangement of Bahamas Telecommunications Company (BTC): Cable and Wireless and Bahamas Government.
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Score: 1038587.8 - https://www.un.org/en/ecosoc/integration/pdf/bahamas.pdf
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AND CHANGES THE TECHNO-ECONOMIC PARADIGM GUIDING INNOVATION The second half is the DEPLOYMENT PERIOD led by production and the State when innovation spreads across the board to reap the full economic and social benefits The first half is the INSTALLATION PERIOD led by finance and free markets when innovation concentrates to set up the new infrastructure, let markets pick the new winners and modernize the old economy A MAJOR BUBBLE COLLAPSE MARKS THE SWING OF THE PENDULUM Due to the nature of “creative destruction” DIFFUSION TAKES PLACE IN TWO DISTINCT PERIODS The shift from financial mania and collapse to Golden Ages occurs when enabled by regulation and policies to shape and widen markets THE HISTORICAL RECORD Bubble prosperities, recessions and golden ages INSTALLATION PERIOD DEPLOYMENT PERIODTURNINGPOINT Infrastructure bubbles of first globalisation (Argentina, Australia, USA) Belle Époque (Europe) “Progressive Era” (USA)1890–95 Railway mania The Victorian Boom1848–50 Canal mania The GreatBritish leap1793–97 Internet mania and financial casino Global Sustainable ”Golden Age”? 2000 & 2007/8 -???? (...) Need to experiment in ferocious “free market” COMPETITION NATURE OF INFRASTRUCTURES All or nothing Invest up-front Revenues come later Need credit creation through bubble boom and short-term CAPITAL GAINS Once the bubbles collapse, the job is done THE NEW PARADIGM IS INSTALLED AND CAN BE DEPLOYED But that requires a structural shift away from the casino economy The length of the process depends on the social and political forces The last time around it took over a decade and a major war THREE TASKS FOR GOVERNMENTS AT THE TURNING POINT, AFTER THE MAJOR CRASH: DONE… even overdone This time global finance needs both national redesign and a global regulatory “floor” STILL ON THE DRAWING BOARD RARELY BEING CONSIDERED AS SUCH But recovery will be very difficult without it Intensive therapy for finance1 Redesign of regulation and financial architecture2 Enable a STRUCTURAL SHIFT in the real economy 3 Age of Steam, Coal, Iron and Railways 1850s-1860s Urban, industry-based VICTORIAN LIVING in Britain DEPLOYMENT PERIOD LIFESTYLE Each style became “the good life” redefining people’s desires and guiding innovation trajectories Age of Steel and Heavy Engineering 1890s-1910s Urban, cosmopolitan lifestyle of THE BELLE EPOQUE in Europe Age of the Automobile, oil and Mass Production 1950s-1960s Suburban, energy-intensive AMERICAN WAY OF LIFE 2010s-20??
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Score: 1038587.8 - https://www.un.org/development...presentation_perez_12oct11.pdf
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It is an undeniable fact that the Internet holds a strong appeal to youths and students, whose resilience need to be strengthened against any negative contents they may find on the Internet, such as online gambling. It was estimated that 1500 gambling sites have sprouted across the globe, from 650 casinos on the Internet two years ago, covering bets from approximately 4.5 million people worldwide.
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Score: 1035640.2 - https://www.itu.int/plenipoten...cystatements/texts/brunei.html
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