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Market structure and competition play an important role in the setting of mobile-to-fixed and fixed-to-mobile interconnection charges. (...) Generally, incumbent operators who control a larger number of addresses are likely to impose unfavorable terms on or deny interconnection altogether to new entrants with fewer addresses. In those special circumstances where incumbents are subject to mandatory cost-based interconnection, regulatory agencies do not intervene in the setting of termination charges, charges are passed on to fixed customers under CPP, and there is incumbent ownership of mobile operators, a different outcome of excessive fixed-to-mobile termination charges may be seen. Consequently, the prices of calls to mobile phones from fixed customers tend to be significantly higher than calls to fixed phones by mobile customers in CPP environments.
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Score: 1444252.6 - https://www.itu.int/osg/spu/ni/fmi/workshop/exec_summary.doc
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“We are not suggesting that people stop hunting altogether, which isn’t realistic,” said FAO Chief Veterinary Officer Juan Lubroth in a  statement  released by the Rome-based agency today. (...) They can carry Ebola without developing clinical signs and should be avoided altogether, according to FAO. “The virus is killed when meat is cooked at a high temperature or heavily smoked, but anyone who handles, skins or butchers an infected wild animal is at risk of contracting the virus,” Mr. (...) Topics:  Africa ebola health Source:  UN agency warns of fruit bat risk in West African Ebola epidemic More from this author Ethiopia in 'much better place' to resolve Tigray conflict: Mohammed UN chief urges that recovery be ‘our resolution for 2022’ Most Read Today News Africa Renewal Podcast launches on Africa Podcast Day, 12 February Gender We need more women developing artificial intelligence that serves everyone and works for gender equality Culture and Education Swahili gaining popularity globally Op-Ed Decade of Action: Fixing Africa’s development deficit Peace and Security ‘Peace is indispensable’ says UN deputy chief in Ethiopia, hearing stories of conflict and hope More of interest ‘Peace is indispensable’ says UN deputy chief in Ethiopia, hearing stories of conflict and hope UN chief urges that recovery be ‘our resolution for 2022’ COVID cases surging in Africa at fastest rate this year, but deaths remain low More from Africa Renewal Mass measles vaccination campaign begins in Ebola-hit DR Congo province Ebola outbreak in DR Congo conflict zone ‘remains dangerous and unpredictable’ – UN chiefs In West Africa, top UN health official unveils $100 million Ebola response plan About Africa Renewal The Africa Renewal information programme provides up-to-date information and analysis of the major economic and development challenges facing Africa today.
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Score: 1260264.8 - https://www.un.org/africarenew...sk-west-african-ebola-epidemic
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First, moving towards fixed baselines is consistent with existing international law. (...) This practice gives coastal States greater agency in maintaining their maritime entitlements. Fixed baselines are the next step down the path that state practice has already begun to walk. 10. (...) Chair, by 2100 we could see millions displaced as States lose vast swaths of their territory or disappear altogether. In the coming years, the ILC will need to look beyond existing law and listen to the voices of the most vulnerable States in its progressive development of international law.
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Score: 1254522.7 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/sixth...fs/statements/ilc/belize_2.pdf
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Target 2.3.A : The affordability gap between developed and developing countries should be reduced by 40 per cent by 2020​ The IPB and sub-baskets, by development level, 2008-2014 ​IPB​​ ​Fixed Broadband ​ ​​ ​Fixed Telephone ​Mobile Broadband ​ ​​ ​ Source: Measuring the Information Society Report, ITU 2015 The difference in the affordability of fixed and mobile-cellular services between developed and developing countries fell steadily and significantly during the period 2008-2012, followed by a slowdown in the period 2012-2014, and even an increase in the case of fixed broadband in 2014. (...) Target 2.3.B : Broadband services should cost no more than 5 % of average monthly income in developing countries by 2020​ Country performance against the broadband affordability target, 2014   Source: Measuring the Information Society Report, ITU 2015   ​By early 2015, a total of 111 economies (out of 160 for which data were available) had achieved the target of broadband services costing no more than 5 per cent of average monthly income, including all developed countries and 67 developing economies. 102 of the 111 economies had achieved the target for fixed-broadband prices and 105 for mobile-broadband prices. Altogether, 49 developing countries for which data were available need to achieve further reductions in broadband prices in order to achieve the target, together, it should be assumed, with a number of other countries for which no data were available.
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Score: 1242342.6 - https://www.itu.int/en/annual-...rt-2015/goals/Pages/goal2.aspx
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As opposed to that, the part of expenses generated by fixed (volume not-dependent, or little-dependent) costs currently represents by far the major share, including R&D, sales and marketing costs, depreciation and financial costs added to the fixed costs of production. (...) At the other extreme, some companies have accepted to more or less fully allocate these fixed costs exclusively to these segments of the market where a solvent demand makes the business nevertheless (highly) profitable. (...) The second limit is of political nature : If industry has to get what it considers as an altogether acceptable return on investment, the rich market segments, which will secure this return on investment, will have to endorse or even support the resulting possibly substantial price differences.
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Score: 1225452.3 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...ntations_e/16martin_text_e.doc
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As opposed to that, the part of expenses generated by fixed (volume not- dependent, or little-dependent) costs currently represents by far the major share, including R&D, sales and marketing costs, depreciation and financial costs added to the fixed costs of production. (...) At the other extreme, some companies have accepted to more or less fully allocate these fixed costs exclusively to these segments of the market where a solvent demand makes the business nevertheless (highly) profitable. (...) The second limit is of political nature : If industry has to get what it considers as an altogether acceptable return on investment, the rich market segments, which will secure this return on JFM141 – Tiered Prices – Oslo investment, will have to endorse or even support the resulting possibly substantial price differences.
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Score: 1225452.3 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...ntations_e/16martin_text_e.pdf
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Still, online work should not replace in-person interaction altogether, but considering online and hybrid models for treaty body activities where such modalities could be used. (...) Romania supports the introduction of a coordinated, fixed and multiyear calendar, which considers States reviews under the UPR and the different treaty bodies, for the sake of predictability, clarity and stability in reporting.
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Score: 1207561.8 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...ult/files/2022-02/Romania.docx
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Always be aware that with evolving systems like DLTs, there will almost always be ‘bugs’ that may be exploited if not found and fixed. 2. Permissionless, or permissioned, public or private types will affect the ultimate security, not just of the resilience of DLT itself, but also of access to and use of user and/or value 3. (...) Accurate data to measure and monitor the safety and soundness for systemic and Veracity of Trading Data investments purposes is required, but to some degree not altogether trusted. Security Aspects of Distributed Ledger Technologies 51     48     49     50     51     52     53     54     55     56     57     58          
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Score: 1207561.8 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica...s/files/basic-html/page53.html
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This includes the impact of personal computers, servers, cooling equipment, fixed and mobile telephone instruments and networks, local area networks, office communications and printers. (...) Of the current CO2 emissions, the contribution from the global telecommunication systems – mobile, fixed and communication devices- is estimated to be around 230 million tonnes of CO2, or approximately 0.7% of global emissions. (...) This will provide the much needed scale to RESCOs and address the cost-price deficit – rather, would also possibly remove it altogether in some areas. As a result, the communities around the RESCO facilities too could receive cheap power.
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Score: 1190322.1 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/W...cuments/abstracts/abs-s1p3.doc
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One way of achieving this would be to set UFEP = 000 for all such B-pictures, but we propose to go one step further and suppress the RLNUM field altogether. In particular, this means that the B-pictures in the base layer and enhancement layer 1 of figure O.5/H.263 can have UFEP = 000, since they must have RLNUM = 0, 1 respectively, while the B-pictures in enhancement layer 2 must have UFEP = 001 and specify the reference layer for the first B-picture. (...) Furthermore, the text in 5.1.11 on RLNUM: “A fixed length codeword of 4 bits which is present only if the optional Temporal, SNR, and Spatial Scalability mode is in use and UFEP is 001. (...) Time correspondence between layers is achieved via the temporal reference.” can be changed to “A fixed length codeword of 4 bits which is present only if the optional Temporal, SNR, and Spatial Scalability mode is in use and UFEP is 001, and, for B-pictures, only if there is not temporally surrounding non-B pictures in the same layer.
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Score: 1190322.1 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...video-site/9706_Por/q15a24.doc
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