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Score: 572935.55 - https://www.un.org/womenwatch/osagi/fpgenderstrategy.htm
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The equation is also an accounting identity and it shows that the balance of payments must always balance. So, when the manual refers to balance of payments deficits, it really refers to one or more of the subaccounts within the balance of payments. (...) The current account has two subcomponents – the balance of visible trade and the balance of invisibles. (...) The balance of trade in services. ii. The income balance. iii.
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Score: 571819.87 - https://www.cepal.org/sites/de...mework_for_managing_budget.pdf
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These funds correspond to the balances of the IFFAS Grant to the CODEVMET-WACAF project and of the CODEVMET-WACAF project. 2.2. (...) Budget CODEVMET AFI SC/2 – WP2.3 2021 b) No subsequent expenditures were made from 2019 onwards as the related items of the work plan were not implemented. 2.3 Current fund balance Item Amount (US$) Balance as at 1 January 2018 119,466 Contributions 54,208 Expenditures (26,138) Balance as at 31 March 2021 147,536 2.3.1 As shown in the table above, the contributions received during the period from January 2018 to March 2021 exceed the expenditures by approximately US$ 28,000. Given the project balance of about US$ 119,000 on 1 January 2018, the balance as at 31 March 2021 is close to US$ 147,000. 2.4 Status of membership contributions 2.4.1 Prior to the present meeting, only six Member States paid membership fees for one year, i.e.
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Score: 571155.57 - https://www.icao.int/WACAF/Doc...roved%20by%20the%20SC1_v03.pdf
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Rachael Mayanja, for inviting me to participate in this panel on the issue of gender balance and work-life balance. I am particularly happy to back in NY on this International Women’s Day, to celebrate this day with all of you, on the sidelines of the 51st session of the Commission on the Status of Women. (...) Let me begin with a disclaimer. “Balance” has not been a concept against which I’ve measured my own personal life and career. (...) It is only in hindsight that “balance” comes to mind. Looking at specific stages in my life, I see that few were times of “balance” between my personal life and work.
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Score: 571123.63 - https://www.un.org/womenwatch/osagi/pdf/DHC8March.pdf
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SNA/M1.18/5.a - Harmonization between Balance of Payments and National Accounts SNA/M1.18/5.a 12th Meeting of the Advisory Expert Group on National Accounts, 27-29 November 2018, Luxembourg Agenda item: 5.a Harmonization Between Balance of Payments and National Accounts Practical Guide on Harmonization Between Balance of Payments and National Accounts Note prepared by UN-ECLAC Statistics Division This note is an English summary of the Practical Guide on Harmonization Between Balance of Payments and National Accounts, which is currently only available in Spanish. (...) However, there are still large differences in the compilation practices between national accounts and balance of payments and there is a need to reconcile national accounts and balance of payment data to ensure consistency. (...) The Guide also contains a correspondence matrix between balance of payments transactions and the Rest of the World Accounts in national accounts.
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Score: 570814.06 - https://www.cepal.org/sites/de...nts-national-accounts-2018.pdf
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RESTRICTED GENERAL AGREEMENT ON W.7/9 iARIFFS AND TRADE 10 October 1952 Special Distribution WORKING PARTY 5 ON BALANCE OF-PAPMENT IMPORT RESTRICTIONS NOTE, ON THE FRENCH BALANCE-OF-PAYMENTS SITUATION Statement subfiitted by theFrench Delegation A -19251 1. (...) S. dollars i95 1251 Exports + 1,880 +2,496 Imports - 1,928 - 3,267 Overseas territories' deficit - 123 - 88 Other current payments - 37- 199 Net balance - 238 - l,058 2. It is clear from these figures that during 1951 the trend of the balance of payments between the franc area and foreign countries was unsatisfactory. (...) Still more marked was the deterioration in the balance of current payments of the frame area with the currency areas other than the dollar area, especially with the countries belonging to the European Payments Union, With all the various currency areas, the balance of our current payments which in 1950 showed a surplus of 173 million W.7/9 Page 2 dollars accounting units, showed a deficit of 535 million dollars accounting units in 1951.
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Score: 569776.07 - https://www.wto.org/gatt_docs/English/SULPDF/91850229.pdf
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For the first time since 2011, the Supply And Utilization Account (SUA) data are also published on FAOSTAT.  A country’s Food Balance Sheet presents a comprehensive picture of the pattern of food supply during a specified reference period. The Food Balance Sheet shows for each food item – i.e. each primary commodity and a number of processed commodities potentially available for human consumption – the sources of supply and utilizations. Food Balance Sheets can be a good tool for policymakers to understand food supply patterns in a given country and how to influence these patterns. 
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Score: 569213.96 - https://www.fao.org/food-agric...a-release-detail/en/c/1402438/
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INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR LABOUR STUDIES INS.B.XLV/3 GB-Board-XLV-2003-09-0250-1-EN.Doc 3 Appendix Endowment Fund of the International Institute for Labour Studies Income and expenditure account for the year 1 January 2002 to 31 December 2002 (in US dollars) Fund balance as at 1 January 2002 4 293 708 Adjustment to the opening balance 19 887 Movement in the value of the Fund: Interest income 52 333 Net loss on sale of investments (55 413) Revaluation gain 28 332 Administrative charges (5 099) 20 153 Less: transfer of income to IILS operational activities (26 166) Fund balance as at 31 December 2002 4 307 582 Statement of assets, liabilities and Fund balance as at 31 December 2002 (in US dollars) Assets Investments: Managed portfolio including bonds and shares 1 4 722 744 2 Accrued income 47 088 Total assets 4 769 832 Liabilities and Fund balance Accumulated Fund balance on 31 December 2002 4 307 582 Accounts payable 462 250 Total liabilities and Fund balance 4 769 832 1 At cost, net of a provision of US$280,396 for a loss on sale realized in March 2003. 2 Market value as at 31 December 2002 was US$4,197,667 and at 31 July 2003 US$4,654,114. INS.B.XLV/3 INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR LABOUR STUDIES 4 GB-Board-XLV-2003-09-0250-1-EN.Doc Financial position of the Phelan Legacy, 1 January to 31 December 2002 (in US dollars) Fund balance as at 1 January 2002 619 456 Adjustment to the opening balance (18 345) Movement in the value of the Fund Interest income 6 244 Net loss on sale of investments (6 589) Revaluation gain 3 380 Administrative charges (608) 2 427 Transfer to fellowship (25 000) Fund balance as at 31 December 2002 578 538 The Fund is held as follows: Investments: Managed portfolio including bonds and shares 3 563 515 4 Accrued income 5 618 Accounts receivable 9 405 578 538 3 At cost, net of a provision of US$33,457 for a loss on sale realized in March 2003. 4 Market value as at 31 December 2002 was US$500,863 and at 31 July 2003 was US$555,326.
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Score: 569125.4 - www.ilo.org/public/engl.../gb/docs/gb288/pdf/pfa-3-2.pdf
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INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR LABOUR STUDIES INS.B.XLV/3 GB-Board-XLV-2003-09-0250-1-EN.Doc 3 Appendix Endowment Fund of the International Institute for Labour Studies Income and expenditure account for the year 1 January 2002 to 31 December 2002 (in US dollars) Fund balance as at 1 January 2002 4 293 708 Adjustment to the opening balance 19 887 Movement in the value of the Fund: Interest income 52 333 Net loss on sale of investments (55 413) Revaluation gain 28 332 Administrative charges (5 099) 20 153 Less: transfer of income to IILS operational activities (26 166) Fund balance as at 31 December 2002 4 307 582 Statement of assets, liabilities and Fund balance as at 31 December 2002 (in US dollars) Assets Investments: Managed portfolio including bonds and shares 1 4 722 744 2 Accrued income 47 088 Total assets 4 769 832 Liabilities and Fund balance Accumulated Fund balance on 31 December 2002 4 307 582 Accounts payable 462 250 Total liabilities and Fund balance 4 769 832 1 At cost, net of a provision of US$280,396 for a loss on sale realized in March 2003. 2 Market value as at 31 December 2002 was US$4,197,667 and at 31 July 2003 US$4,654,114. INS.B.XLV/3 INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR LABOUR STUDIES 4 GB-Board-XLV-2003-09-0250-1-EN.Doc Financial position of the Phelan Legacy, 1 January to 31 December 2002 (in US dollars) Fund balance as at 1 January 2002 619 456 Adjustment to the opening balance (18 345) Movement in the value of the Fund Interest income 6 244 Net loss on sale of investments (6 589) Revaluation gain 3 380 Administrative charges (608) 2 427 Transfer to fellowship (25 000) Fund balance as at 31 December 2002 578 538 The Fund is held as follows: Investments: Managed portfolio including bonds and shares 3 563 515 4 Accrued income 5 618 Accounts receivable 9 405 578 538 3 At cost, net of a provision of US$33,457 for a loss on sale realized in March 2003. 4 Market value as at 31 December 2002 was US$500,863 and at 31 July 2003 was US$555,326.
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Score: 569125.4 - https://www.ilo.org/public/eng.../gb/docs/gb288/pdf/pfa-3-2.pdf
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Uruggay, whose balance-of-payments restrictions are still governed by the provisions of the unrevised Article XII, last consulted in 1962. (...) Decision of 8 May 1961, Uruguay's balance-of-payments situation was reviewed in December 1963. (...) Iceland has notified that restrictions are maintained on balance-of-payments grounds and has invoked Article X11; a consultation is therefore envisaged for 1965.
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Score: 569125.4 - https://www.wto.org/gatt_docs/English/SULPDF/90410278.pdf
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