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SKAL 021 Service des Carnets TIR / Automobile Club de France SCT/ACF 018/020 Association Française du Transport Routier International AFTRI 019 Georgian International Road Carriers Association GIRCA 054 Bundesverband Gueterkraftverkehr und Logistik BGL 016 Arbeitsgem. zur Foerderung und Entwicklung des Internationalen Strassenverkehrs AIST 048 Fédération Hellénique des Transports Routiers Internationaux OFAE 037 Association des Transporteurs Routiers Hongrois ATRH 049 Iran Chamber of Commerce, Industries and Mines ICCIM 057 Irish Road Haulage Association IRHA 024 Israel Road Transport Board IRTB 056 Unione Ital. Delle Camere di Commercio, Industria, Artigianato & Agricultura UICCIAA 038 Association of International Autotransportation of the Kyrgyz Republic KYRGYZ AIA 080 Union of International Road Carriers KAZATO 081 Kuwait Automobile & Touring Club KATC 061 Latvian Association of International Road Carriage LA 033 Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Agriculture of Beirut and Mount Lebanon CCIAB 082 Association Suisse des Transporteurs Routiers ASTAG 015 Lithuanian National Road Carriers Association LINAVA 032 Office National des Transports ONT 062 Service Carnets Tir BV / Transport en Logistiek Nederland SCT/TLN 026 Nederlands Vervoer KNV 027 Stichting Inschrijving Eigen Vervoer EVO/SIEV 028 Norges Lastebileier Forbund NLF 025 Association (full name) Association (short name) IRU code Zreszenie Miedzynarodowych Przewoznikow Drogowych V Polsce ZMPD 051 Assoc. Nac. de Transportadores Publicos Rodoviarios de Mercadorias ANTRAM 041 Moldovian Association of International Automobile Transport AITA 060 Union Nationale des Transporteurs Routiers de la Roumanie UNTRR 050 Asociatia Romana Pentru Trans-portati Rutiere Internationale ARTRI 052 Association of International Road Carriers ASMAP 053 Association des Transporteurs Internationaux Slovaques CESMAD SLOVAKIA 040 Intertransport Service C.M.A GIZ INTERTRANSPORT 043 Asociation Del Transporte Internatcional Por Carretera ASTIC 036 Svenska Akeriforbundet SA 029 Syrian National Committee of the International Chamber of Commerce SNC ICC 083 Makedonija Soobrakaj AMERIT 065 Chamber de Commerce et d'Industrie CCIT 063 Union of Chambers of Commerce, Industry, Mar.
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Score: 882305.4 - https://unece.org/DAM/tir/resol/documents/rec0010.pdf
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The theme for WTISD 2013 “ ICTs and improving road safety ” will be taken forward in the years to come in partnership with the automotive sector and with automobile associations worldwide under the banner of the F.I.A. –   the International Automobile Federation   –   with whom we will be working closely to meet one of the most urgent global challenges of our times.  
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Score: 880084.1 - https://www.itu.int/en/wtisd/Pages/2013toure.aspx
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Magazine World of Work 66, August 2009: Global Jobs Pact; The many facets of the crisis; ILC, 2009: ILO Jobs Summit Type: Periodical Date issued: 01 August 2009 Reference: 1020-0010[ISSN] Download: Magazine World of Work 66, August 2009: Global Jobs Pact; The many facets of the crisis; ILC, 2009: ILO Jobs Summit pdf - 4.9 MB Contains Stemming the crisis: World leaders forge “Global Jobs Pact” International Labour Conference 2009: World leaders support ILO “Global Jobs Pact” The crisis and the future of the automobile industry: Putting the spark back into the automobile industry The crisis in the construction industry From the right to “combine” to the right to organize Tags: child labour, employment, forced labour, social dialogue, social protection, construction industry, International Labour Conference Tools This content is available in العربية español suomi français हिन्दी 日本語 中文 A A+ A++ Print Share this content in See also Meeting document Recovering from the crisis: A Global Jobs Pact [pdf 93KB] Press release ILO adopts “Global Jobs Pact” aimed at creating jobs, protecting workers and stimulating economic recovery © 1996-2022 International Labour Organization (ILO) | Copyright and permissions  | Privacy policy | Fraud alert | Disclaimer   Skip to top
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Score: 880084.1 - www.ilo.org/beijing/inf...WCMS_113838/lang--en/index.htm
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In evaluating the consequences of these processes on inward and outward investment in the countries of Latin America and the Caribbean, this report focuses on three areas: a regional overview of FDI in 2009 and case studies of the automobile and iron and steel industries. These two industries are chosen for their strong linkages with each other and the rest of the economy, their great sensitivity to the business cycle and the strong presence of transnational and trans-Latin companies. (...) Owing to the unique characteristics of each sector, the study on the automobile industry looks at strategies at the national level, while the analysis of the iron and steel sector focuses on corporate strategies.
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Score: 880084.1 - https://www.cepal.org/en/publi...tin-america-and-caribbean-2009
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Magazine World of Work 66, August 2009: Global Jobs Pact; The many facets of the crisis; ILC, 2009: ILO Jobs Summit Type: Periodical Date issued: 01 August 2009 Reference: 1020-0010[ISSN] Download: Magazine World of Work 66, August 2009: Global Jobs Pact; The many facets of the crisis; ILC, 2009: ILO Jobs Summit pdf - 4.9 MB Contains Stemming the crisis: World leaders forge “Global Jobs Pact” International Labour Conference 2009: World leaders support ILO “Global Jobs Pact” The crisis and the future of the automobile industry: Putting the spark back into the automobile industry The crisis in the construction industry From the right to “combine” to the right to organize Tags: child labour, employment, forced labour, social dialogue, social protection, construction industry, International Labour Conference Tools This content is available in العربية español suomi français हिन्दी 日本語 中文 A A+ A++ Print Share this content in See also Meeting document Recovering from the crisis: A Global Jobs Pact [pdf 93KB] Press release ILO adopts “Global Jobs Pact” aimed at creating jobs, protecting workers and stimulating economic recovery © 1996-2022 International Labour Organization (ILO) | Copyright and permissions  | Privacy policy | Fraud alert | Disclaimer   Skip to top
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Score: 880084.1 - https://www.ilo.org/beijing/in...WCMS_113838/lang--en/index.htm
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Magazine World of Work 66, August 2009: Global Jobs Pact; The many facets of the crisis; ILC, 2009: ILO Jobs Summit Type: Periodical Date issued: 01 August 2009 Reference: 1020-0010[ISSN] Download: Magazine World of Work 66, August 2009: Global Jobs Pact; The many facets of the crisis; ILC, 2009: ILO Jobs Summit pdf - 4.9 MB Contains Stemming the crisis: World leaders forge “Global Jobs Pact” International Labour Conference 2009: World leaders support ILO “Global Jobs Pact” The crisis and the future of the automobile industry: Putting the spark back into the automobile industry The crisis in the construction industry From the right to “combine” to the right to organize Tags: child labour, employment, forced labour, social dialogue, social protection, construction industry, International Labour Conference Tools This content is available in العربية español suomi français हिन्दी 日本語 中文 A A+ A++ Print Share this content in See also Meeting document Recovering from the crisis: A Global Jobs Pact [pdf 93KB] Press release ILO adopts “Global Jobs Pact” aimed at creating jobs, protecting workers and stimulating economic recovery © 1996-2022 International Labour Organization (ILO) | Copyright and permissions  | Privacy policy | Fraud alert | Disclaimer   Skip to top
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Score: 880084.1 - https://www.ilo.org/beirut/pub...WCMS_113838/lang--en/index.htm
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Nowadays the main part of passenger transportation is Nowadays the main part of passenger transportation is carried out by microbuses (near 80%). carried out by microbuses (near 80%). Number of automobiles increases by 9Number of automobiles increases by 9--10 thousands 10 thousands annually.annually.
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Score: 880084.1 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...Presentations/14Vermishyan.pdf
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EXCESS BAGGAGE, UNACCOMPANIED SHIPMENT AND INSURANCE
Section 12 Transportation of privately owned automobiles 12.1 The cost of transporting a privately owned automobile to Kingston may be partially reimbursed to internationally recruited staff on initial appointment when the following conditions are met: (a) The appointment is for a duration expected to be two years or longer. (...) In making such determination in the case of an automobile previously in the possession of the staff member, account will be taken of such factors as the age of the automobile, the potential loss on resale if not transported and the relative price of automobiles in Jamaica; 12.2 Reimbursement shall not exceed 75 per cent of the total costs of transportation (including freight, insurance and handling charges), subject to a maximum of $2,000. (...) ISBA/ST/AI/2012/02 7 12-26062 12.3 Amounts reimbursed under the present section shall be recovered if the automobile is sold before the end of the appointment or within three years of its arrival at the duty station, whichever is earlier, unless in the opinion of the Secretary-General the sale is justified by a need to replace the automobile, for example, as a result of wear and tear. 12.4 No reimbursement shall be made for the cost of transporting privately-owned automobiles upon separation from service.
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Score: 879139 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...n&DS=ISBA/ST/AI/2012/02&Lang=E
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EXCESS BAGGAGE, SHIPMENTS AND INSURANCE
Reimbursement may also be authorized for a newly purchased automobile arriving at a later date if the staff member can show that, at the time it was ordered, he or she was expected to remain at the duty station for a period of not less than 18 months; (c) The duty station to which the automobile is transported is in a country or territory listed in an information circular issued for that purpose by the ST/AI/1999/15 5 Assistant Secretary-General for Human Resources Management; (d) The staff member is not being provided with an automobile for both official and private use; (e) Transportation is, in the opinion of the Secretary-General, reasonable in the circumstances. In making such determination in the case of an automobile previously in the possession of the staff member, account will be taken of such factors as the age of the automobile, the potential loss on resale if not transported and the relative price of automobiles in the locality and at the duty station. 12.2 Reimbursement shall not exceed 75 per cent of the total costs of transportation (including freight, insurance and handling charges), subject to a maximum of $1,875. In the case of a new automobile purchased at, and imported to, a duty station in a country or territory listed in the information circular referred to in subparagraph 12.1 (c) above, the demonstrable shipping costs charged by the dealer may likewise be reimbursed, provided that the costs are reasonable in all the circumstances (including place of shipment in relation to nearest source of supply). 12.3 Amounts reimbursed under the present section shall be recovered if the automobile is sold before the end of the appointment or assignment or within three years of its arrival at the duty station, whichever is earlier, unless in the opinion of the Secretary-General the sale is justified by a need to replace the automobile, for example, as a result of wear and tear. 12.4 No reimbursement shall be made for the cost of transporting privately owned automobiles upon separation from service.
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Score: 878612.6 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...t?open&DS=ST/AI/1999/15&Lang=E
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EXCESS BAGGAGE, SHIPMENTS AND INSURANCE
Reimbursement may also be authorized for a newly purchased automobile arriving at a later date if the staff member can show that, at the time it was ordered, he or she was expected to remain at the duty station for a period of not less than 18 months; (c) The duty station to which the automobile is transported is in a country or territory listed in an information circular issued for that purpose by the Assistant Secretary-General for Human Resources Management; (d) The staff member is not being provided with an automobile for both official and private use; (e) Transportation is, in the opinion of the Secretary-General, reasonable in the circumstances. In making such determination in the case of an automobile previously in the possession of the staff member, account will be taken of such factors as the age of the automobile, the potential loss on resale if not transported and the relative price of automobiles in the locality and at the duty station. 13.2 Reimbursement shall not exceed 75 per cent of the total costs of transportation (including freight, insurance and handling charges), subject to a maximum of $1,875. In the case of a new automobile purchased at, and imported to, a duty station in a country or territory listed in the information circular referred to in subparagraph 13.1 (c) above, the demonstrable shipping costs charged by the dealer may likewise be reimbursed, provided that the costs are reasonable in all the circumstances (including place of shipment in relation to nearest source of supply). 13.3 Amounts reimbursed under the present section shall be recovered if the automobile is sold before the end of the appointment or assignment or within three years of its arrival at the duty station, whichever is earlier, unless in the opinion of the Secretary-General the sale is justified by a need to replace the automobile, for example, as a result of wear and tear. 13.4 No reimbursement shall be made for the cost of transporting privately owned automobiles upon separation from service.
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Score: 878612.6 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...et?open&DS=ST/AI/2006/5&Lang=E
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