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Click here to enter text. (b) Is the excess interest recharacterized as a dividend? (c) Is a carryover of excess (disallowed) interest allowed? (...) (f) What are the consequences of excess (disallowed) interest? • Is the deduction of excess interest disallowed? • Is excess interest recharacterized as a dividend? • Is a carryover allowed for excess interest?
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Score: 1230502 - https://www.un.org/esa/ffd/wp-...axationServices_Nairobi-en.pdf
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How frequently should debt and equity be calculated? How is excess interest characterized? Is carryforward for nondeductible excess interest available? (...) – Excess not deductible – Only deduction of excess interest on related-party debt disallowed? – How is excess characterized? Dividend? Carryover of excess to past or future years?
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Score: 1131247.1 - https://www.un.org/esa/ffd/wp-...alPortfolioInterest_Arnold.pdf
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"We recognise that hospital acquired infections are one of leading causes for the steep increase in disease burden and hospital costs due to prolonged hospital stay and excessive antibiotic use for patients," said Mr Pham Duc Muc, Vice Director of the Administration of Medical Services . (...) It designates responsibilities to all health care departments, health care workers and health care providers for reducing of hospital acquired infections in public and private health care facilities in Viet Nam.  
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Score: 1075082.5 - https://www.who.int/vietnam/ne...0%99s-health-care-institutions
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One step would be for governments to frame laws that more tightly regulate guns and ammunition, making them harder for abusers to acquire. Additionally, the UN disarmament office in Lima is helping the region’s police officers acquire skills to handle the physical evidence of gender- based gun violence more carefully. (...) The UN is also cooperating with the region’s governments to destroy confiscated, excess and obsolete guns, permanently removing them from circulation.
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Score: 1061146.9 - https://www.un.org/disarmament...ased-violence-campaign-eng.pdf
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Employment quality: domains and elements Element/indicator Benchmark(s) Quality offer Duration of contract Minimum job tenure required to access unemployment benefit Contract has duration ≥ minimum job tenure required to access benefit Access to social protection entitlements Access to social protection (labour legislation, collective agreement) Contract gives access to social protection entitlements as envisaged by law 1) Contract and social protection (security of employment): Employment quality: domains and elements Element/indicator Benchmark(s) Quality offer Mean hourly earnings (gross, Euro/local currency) Hourly earnings set by collective agreement (normative) ≥ hourly earning set by collective agreement Mean earnings by age and occupational groups (statistical) ≥ mean hourly earning youth (< 30) in occupation of choice Minimum wage (normative) ≥ hourly level of minimum wage AND ≥ 2/3 mean hourly earnings (low-paid job) 2) Conditions of work: Earnings Employment quality: domains and elements Element/indicator Benchmark(s) Quality offer Job/qualification match Vertical education and occupation matching Occupation is aligned to the qualifications the young person has Average number of weekly hours of work (including excessive hours and involuntary part-time) Average number of hours usually worked; Excessive hours of work; Involuntary part-time ≤ than what established by normative rules OR ≤ average hours in occupation of choice AND Low incidence excessive hours No involuntary part-time 3) Other conditions of work Employment quality: domains and elements Element/indicator Benchmark(s) Quality offer Shift work, work during unsocial hours Prevalence of shift work, work in unsocial hours In line with labour law/collective agreement OR ≤ average incidence in occupation of choice Work intensity Prevalence of shift work, work in unsocial hours ≤ average in occupation of choice 3) Other conditions of work (cont.) 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Apprenticeship quality: domains and elements Element/indicator Benchmark(s) Quality offer Written form of the agreement Written agreement that specifies: • Learning and training content (learning programme); • Rights and obligations of parties involved; • Apprenticeship wage and other conditions of work • Social protection entitlements; • Type and level of qualifications to be acquired Written form with conditions spelled out 1) Apprenticeship agreement: Apprenticeship quality: domains and elements Element/indicator Benchmark(s) Quality offer Learning objectives and content The offer: • Is for an occupational profile aligned to LM needs (and forecast) • Provides the competences required by occupational standards and includes transferable skills • Allows progression within NQF • Blends theoretical and work based training • Has a fixed duration • Provides supervision by an experienced worker that is also qualified as trainer • Is delivered in a host enterprise that has adequate capacity (premises and trainers) Learning objectives and content include all elements listed 2) Learning and training content Apprenticeship quality: domains and elements Element/indicator Benchmark(s) Quality offer Hours of traineeship • Hours of work established by national legislation or collective agreements ≤ the maximum hours established by national legislation or collective agreements Social protection • Social protection entitlements (health, sickness and accident insurance) • Occupational health and safety as established by national legislation or collective agreements ≥ social protection and health and safety rules established by national legislation or collective agreements Wage level • As determined by national legislation or collective agreements The level is aligned to minimum wage legislation , accounting for initial lower productivity 3) Conditions of work Apprenticeship quality: domains and elements Element/indicator Benchmark(s) Quality offer Validation The apprenticeship • is validated through external , competence-based assessment • Leads to a (NQF) recognized vocational education and training qualification • Gives access to the labour market or further education and training The apprenticeship offers provides for listed elements 4) Validation and certification Quality traineeship The framework for appraising traineeship offers is based on the principles of the Council Recommendation on a Quality Framework for Traineeships (2014). 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Traineeship quality: domains and elements Element/indicator Benchmark(s) Quality offer Written form of the agreement Agreement that specifies rights, entitlements and obligations Written form with conditions spelled out 1) Traineeship agreement: Traineeship quality: domains and elements Element/indicator Benchmark(s) Quality offer Learning objectives The learning objectives of the traineeship plan: • states the level of experience to be acquired • relates to the field of study or qualification of the trainee • matches the learning activities and tasks the trainees will undertake Learning objectives include all elements listed 2) Learning objectives Traineeship quality: domains and elements Element/indicator Benchmark(s) Quality offer Supervision The supervisor is an experienced worker Supervisor is given responsibility to teach occupational skills, supervise practice period, assess individual performance Supervisor has X years of experience: Responsibilities are spelled out in the agreement 3) Supervision Traineeship quality: domains and elements Element/indicator Benchmark(s) Quality offer Hours of traineeship • Hours established for traineeships by national legislation or collective agreements ≤ the maximum hours established by national legislation or collective agreements Social protection • Social protection entitlements (health, sickness and accident insurance) ≥ social protection established by national legislation or collective agreements Allowance (where applicable) • Living cost allowance • Stipend The amount is specified in agreement and/or in national legislation or collective agreements 4) Conditions of traineeships Traineeship quality: domains and elements Element/indicator Benchmark(s) Quality offer Duration • Average duration is ≤ 6 months ≤ 6 months OR ≥ 6 months, justified on the basis of learning content Renewal • Renew conditions specified in the traineeship agreement Renewal is based on objective reasons (does not lead to carousel or workers’ substitution) (Notification) • (Conditions for early termination to be stated in the agreement) 4) Duration and renewal Traineeship quality: domains and elements Element/indicator Benchmark(s) Quality offer Validation The traineeship • is validated through a supervisor’s assessment • provides the trainee with a certificate The traineeship is assessed and provides a certificate 5) Validation QUESTIONS?
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Score: 1032087.9 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...ts/publication/wcms_546451.pdf
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16 May 2021 – Situation update #5 Situation - In the last 24hrs, extensive military strikes continue to inflict infrastructural damage to residential buildings, offices, and roads across Gaza City – including daily reports received by FSRM of damages to UNRWA facilities - According to UNDSS, between 07:00 – 17:30 today (16 May), there were in excess of 115 rockets and 50 mortar shells launched from Gaza. (...) IDF fired approx. 74 shells and IL Navy launched 31 shells - According to MOH, 174 people have been killed in Gaza, with a further 1,221 having been injured (courtesy of OCHA flash update #6) - UNRWA is actively acquiring data in relation to the eight children killed in overnight strikes - Ministry of Public Works and Housing states that a total of 840 buildings (comprised of residential units and commercial buildings) have been completely thus far - ACU confirms Erez crossing for vehicle and personnel movements remain closed, and Karem Shalom goods crossing also remains closed UNRWA Specific - Confirmation that as of 19:00 today, there are 50 schools occupied by up to 41,900 IDPs across North Governorate and Gaza City.
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Score: 1028100 - https://www.un.org/unispal/wp-...021/05/UNRWASITREP5_160521.pdf
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The usual procedure for doing so is to include the prefix for acquiring an international access, and then the countrycode etc. (...) The proposed solution is similar to what has been done in other telecom networks, and therefore it is believed that the use of this character in H.323 networks will not cause excess confusion. Further the availability of the ‘+’ key in most H.323 terminals should make this feasible.
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Score: 1028100 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...e/1997-2000/9706_Her/TD-25.DOC
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Duties of Creditor. 117. Disposition of excess proceeds of Goods. 118. Duty of Creditor to deliver Release. 119. (...) A Security Interest may cover: (a) any Goods which are currently owned by the Owner, and (b) any Goods which will be acquired by the Owner in the future. 105. Requirements for Financing Statements. (...) (b) The excess proceeds of sale of the Goods, if any, shall be paid to all other Creditors who have valid Security Interests in the Goods, in the order of priority set forth in subarticle 115(b), until all of them are paid in full.
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Score: 1025148.9 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...cc_e/khm_e/WTACCKHM5_LEG_3.pdf
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Countries may decide that they want to acquire nuclear weapons for two basic reasons: 1. (...) ♦Progress in nuclear disarmament has not been deemed to have de facto influence on the decision of another country to acquire or not to acquire nuclear weapons. Token reference has been made to previous achievements in nuclear disarmament, but with little or no consequence on the political decisions that are to be taken. (...) First, by controlling all fissile material and eliminating excess fissile material from dismantled weapons (ie, blending the excess of highly enriched uranium and disposing and/or utilizing in mixed oxide in the excess plutonium).
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Score: 1024782.4 - https://www.un.org/en/chronicl...-universal-nuclear-disarmament
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Such expenses shall be charged to appropriate expenditure accounts. Excess baggage (Item 1.2). Include all revenues arising from the transportation of passenger baggage in excess of the free baggage allowance. (...) Report the gross revenues related to non-scheduled operations, as defined above, subdivided as follows: Passenger and excess baggage (Item 2.1). Include gross revenues derived from the air transportation of passengers and excess baggage on non-scheduled flights. (...) Capital surplus (Item 10.2). Include the excess of the asset value of property acquired over the cost to the air carrier; the excess of book value over the cost of shares of affiliated companies; profits or losses on resale of the air carrier's own stock held in its treasury; surplus resulting from reorganization or recapitalization; premiums received over the par value in the initial sale of capital stock, or in the case of no par value stock, over the stated value; and donations by stockholders.
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Score: 1015688.7 - https://www.icao.int/sustainab...sh/Form_EF-Instructions_en.pdf
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