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Attached are two appendices summarizing the proposed adjustments to the original proposals and the revised budget totals resulting from these adjustments. 2. (...) Appendix II summarizes the revised proposals taking account of the absorption of cost increases and the programme adjustments indicated in Appendix I. The net effect of these adjustments is to reduce the nominal level of the proposals by $23,270,598 from $591,860,537 to $568,589,939. 4. The Director-General will present his explanation of these adjustments prior to their discussion by the Committee. 5.
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Score: 639968.85 - www.ilo.org/public/engl.../gb/docs/gb292/pdf/pfa-8-1.pdf
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Attached are two appendices summarizing the proposed adjustments to the original proposals and the revised budget totals resulting from these adjustments. 2. (...) Appendix II summarizes the revised proposals taking account of the absorption of cost increases and the programme adjustments indicated in Appendix I. The net effect of these adjustments is to reduce the nominal level of the proposals by $23,270,598 from $591,860,537 to $568,589,939. 4. The Director-General will present his explanation of these adjustments prior to their discussion by the Committee. 5.
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Score: 639968.85 - https://www.ilo.org/public/eng.../gb/docs/gb292/pdf/pfa-8-1.pdf
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FAO: MTP and PWB Home العربية 中文 english français Русский Español FAO Home MTP and PWB Home Previous editions PIR Home MTR Home Medium Term Plan and Programme of Work and Budget   FAO Strategic Framework 2022-31 Adjustments to the Programme of Work and Budget 2022-23 (CL 168/3) Annexes Medium Term Plan 2022-25 and Programme of Work and Budget 2022-23 (C 2021/3) Web Annex 10 : Cost increase methodology and estimates Information Note 1 : Sources and purposes of voluntary funding in the Programme of Work and Budget 2022-23 Further Adjustments to the Programme of Work and Budget 2020-21  (CL 164/3) Web Annex 2 Rev.1: Updated Results Framework 2020-21 - Strategic and Functional Objectives Web Annex 3: Post count by grade group and organizational unit Web Annex 4: Further Adjustments to 2020-21 Net Appropriation by organizational unit Information Note 1 : Further Adjustments to the Programme of Work and Budget 2020-21 - Questions and Answers Information Note 2 : Evolution of budgeted posts by location and category (Table 2) and Revised budgeted post establishment (Web Annex 3) Information Note 3 : Hand-in-Hand Initiative - Key activities and resources Information Note 4 : Further Information on budgetary shifts and revised budgeted post establishment Information Note 5 : Additional information on the proposed organizational structure (CL 164/3 Annex 1) and information on reporting lines Information Note 6 : Additional information on the Joint FAO/WHO Centre (CODEX Food Standards and Zoonotic Diseases) and the Joint FAO/IAEA Centre (Nuclear Techniques in Food and Agriculture) Adjustments to the Programme of Work and Budget 2020-21  (CL 163/3) Web Annex 2: Cost increase assumptions - update Web Annex 3: Results Framework 2020-21 - Strategic and Functional Objectives Web Annex 4: Output indicators and targets 2020-21 Web Annex 5: Post count by grade group and organizational unit Web Annex 6: Adjustments to 2020-21 Net Appropriation by department and office Web Annex 7: 2020-21 Net Appropriation and extrabudgetary resources by chapter and region Medium Term Plan 2018-21 (reviewed) and Programme of Work and Budget 2020-21  (C 2019/3)   Web Annex 11: Scheduled sessions           Contact us   | Terms and Conditions |  Scam Alert © FAO, 2022
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Score: 639761.8 - https://www.fao.org/pwb/en/
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FAO: MTP and PWB Home العربية 中文 english français Русский Español FAO Home MTP and PWB Home Previous editions PIR Home MTR Home Medium Term Plan and Programme of Work and Budget   FAO Strategic Framework 2022-31 Adjustments to the Programme of Work and Budget 2022-23 (CL 168/3) Annexes Medium Term Plan 2022-25 and Programme of Work and Budget 2022-23 (C 2021/3) Web Annex 10 : Cost increase methodology and estimates Information Note 1 : Sources and purposes of voluntary funding in the Programme of Work and Budget 2022-23 Further Adjustments to the Programme of Work and Budget 2020-21  (CL 164/3) Web Annex 2 Rev.1: Updated Results Framework 2020-21 - Strategic and Functional Objectives Web Annex 3: Post count by grade group and organizational unit Web Annex 4: Further Adjustments to 2020-21 Net Appropriation by organizational unit Information Note 1 : Further Adjustments to the Programme of Work and Budget 2020-21 - Questions and Answers Information Note 2 : Evolution of budgeted posts by location and category (Table 2) and Revised budgeted post establishment (Web Annex 3) Information Note 3 : Hand-in-Hand Initiative - Key activities and resources Information Note 4 : Further Information on budgetary shifts and revised budgeted post establishment Information Note 5 : Additional information on the proposed organizational structure (CL 164/3 Annex 1) and information on reporting lines Information Note 6 : Additional information on the Joint FAO/WHO Centre (CODEX Food Standards and Zoonotic Diseases) and the Joint FAO/IAEA Centre (Nuclear Techniques in Food and Agriculture) Adjustments to the Programme of Work and Budget 2020-21  (CL 163/3) Web Annex 2: Cost increase assumptions - update Web Annex 3: Results Framework 2020-21 - Strategic and Functional Objectives Web Annex 4: Output indicators and targets 2020-21 Web Annex 5: Post count by grade group and organizational unit Web Annex 6: Adjustments to 2020-21 Net Appropriation by department and office Web Annex 7: 2020-21 Net Appropriation and extrabudgetary resources by chapter and region Medium Term Plan 2018-21 (reviewed) and Programme of Work and Budget 2020-21  (C 2019/3)   Web Annex 11: Scheduled sessions           Contact us   | Terms and Conditions |  Scam Alert © FAO, 2022
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No adjustment shall be made if the aggregate increase does not reach 1% in any given year. An adjusted rate shall apply to the reasonable and necessary work performed by an assigned defence team member on or after the date of the adjustment. No adjustments have been made for 2015 and 2016, as the aggregate CPI increase did not reach 1%. 2 General office costs are included in these rates. 3 Id.
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Score: 639761.8 - https://www.icty.org/x/file/Le...nt_of_counsel_annex_140101.pdf
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Any evidence should clearly reference the offset credits (e.g., using unique identifiers or serial numbers) for which the country has applied the adjustments. In the event that the adjustment has not been made or credible evidence cannot be obtained within a year after the adjustment was due to be reported to the UNFCCC by the Host Country, compensation is required. (...) Compensation is required in the event that the adjustment has not been made or credible evidence cannot be obtained by ART within a year after the adjustment was due to be reported to the UNFCCC by the Host Country. (...) Compensation is required in the event that the adjustment has not been made or credible evidence cannot be obtained by ART within a year after the adjustment was due to be reported to the UNFCCC by the Host Country.
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Score: 639742.72 - https://www.icao.int/environme...02021%20with%20attachments.pdf
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At the same time intermediate consumption of both industries increases because the difference AER - XER is now an explicit cost for exporters Full adjustment Conclusions ➢This problem of the average exchange rate in SUT, as has been raised here, is not discussed in Chapter 14 of the 2008 SNA Manual on the development of the SUT. What we have tried to emphasize here is that it requires proper design adjustments in the SUT, in order to achieve balances supply and use. (...) ➢Finally, if it were decided to valuate imports by CCP, directly FOB value, instead of CIF, not only you would still need the CIF / FOB adjustment but also an adjustment of the kind we here analyzed to allow the imports by CCP be valuated at buyer prices, as a requirement to achieve SUT equilibria Thank you
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Score: 639545.26 - https://www.cepal.org/sites/de...ange-rate-supply-use-table.pdf
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Because the social and economic effects of minimum wages are never fully predictable, it is essential to ensure that the impact of minimum wage adjustments is adequately monitored and studied .    If mathematical formulas are used to periodically adjust minimum wage rates, these should be consulted with social partners and not be used as a substitute for social dialogue.   (...) A survey of the literature List all Setting and adjusting minimum wage levels 5.1 What is a balanced and evidence-based approach?
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Score: 639545.26 - https://www.ilo.org/global/top...g-adjusting/lang--en/index.htm
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Chapter 5: Setting and adjusting minimum wage levels: 5.6 Should a mathematical formula be used? (...) Chapter 5: Setting and adjusting minimum wage levels 5.6 Should a mathematical formula be used? Some countries have adopted a mathematical formula for the periodic adjustment of their minimum wages. This can increase predictability, avoid having to hold discussions on the adjustment every year, or remove the possibility for sudden or extraordinarily large increases motivated by political rather than technical factors.
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Score: 639545.26 - https://www.ilo.org/global/top...WCMS_439264/lang--en/index.htm
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They said they themselves have undertaken adjustment, and stressed that in addressing adjustment costs and challenges, the foundations of the rules-based system must not be undermined. (...) Brazil suggested an exchange of national experiences in responding to adjustment challenges. It said that while the textiles and clothing sector is important, its adjustment considerations were not different from those in other sectors. (...) The World Bank and the IMF identified opportunities and mechanisms existing in their institutions for dealing with adjustment considerations. The IMF drew attention to its outreach activities with the WTO to address adjustment issues in the textiles and clothing sector.
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Score: 639437 - https://www.wto.org/english/ne..._e/goods_council_07oct04_e.htm
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