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Where segment-wise accounts are not maintained by the beneficial owner, the overall profitability ratio of the beneficial owner will be applied to determine qualified profits. (...) E/C.18/2020/CRP.41 16 determination of the persons (typically the individuals) that exercise ultimate control over entities or assets. (...) Where segment-wise accounts are not maintained by the beneficial owner, overall profitability ratio of the beneficial owner will be applied to determine qualified profits.
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Score: 1067902.5 - https://www.un.org/development...ion%2010102020%20Final%20A.pdf
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Time horizon The time horizon should cover the entire time period over which the project’s costs and benefits are expected to occur. The determination of an appropriate time horizon will be specific to each option being evaluated and will be based on factors such as:  lifespan of capital investments;  period over which relevant policy is likely to apply; and  other demographic, economic or social factors that may impact the project’s objectives. (...) Benefits and costs (comparison) Once all of the benefits and costs have been identified and forecast, they need to be converted into a comparable format in order to determine if the project is cost-beneficial, or to assess which options yield the greatest net benefits. (...) The project’s payback period is determined by counting the number of years it takes before cumulative forecast cash flows equal the initial investment. 1 See Key Performance Areas, Manual on Air Navigation Services Economics (Doc 9161) COMPONENT DESCRIPTION NOTES Sensitivity analysis Sensitivity analysis examines how the NPV, total cost or other outcomes vary as individual assumptions or variables are changed.
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Score: 1064696.5 - https://www.icao.int/sustainab...ts/ASBU_CHECKLIST_FOR_COST.pdf
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If none of these criteria (See Article 4(2) )is determinative of the individual’s residence status determination of residence is settled by the competent authorities of the Contracting States. (...) In further Article 7 sections the model treaties deal with operational principles for determination of income attributable to a permanent establishment. (...) In such cases taxable profits shall be determined on the basis of an appropriate allocation of the overall net shipping profits derived by the enterprise.
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Score: 1062293.9 - https://www.un.org/esa/ffd/wp-...CRP11_Add3_BasicApproaches.pdf
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If none of these criteria (See Article 4(2) )is determinative of the individual’s residence status determination of residence is settled by the competent authorities of the Contracting States. (...) In further Article 7 sections the model treaties deal with operational principles for determination of income attributable to a permanent establishment. (...) In such cases taxable profits shall be determined on the basis of an appropriate allocation of the overall net shipping profits derived by the enterprise.
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Score: 1062293.9 - https://www.un.org/esa/ffd/wp-...014/10/6STM_CRP10_Section1.pdf
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To be included as a new Appendix for Doc 9161 Cost-Benefit Analysis and Related Assessments Assessments There are four common approaches used to determine whether a given investment or process would be beneficial; development of a Business Case, Cost Benefit Analysis (CBA)/Benefit Cost Analysis (BCA), Economic Impact Assessment (EIA), and Cost-Effectiveness Analysis (CEA). (...) A CBA should: • Identify all costs and benefits • Quantify costs and benefits to calculate economic value • Classify costs and benefits by order of importance • Make cash flow projections • Determine the critical factors for success; and • Select the best option Economic Impact Assessment An Economic Impact Assessment seeks to determine the broader, or cumulative economic effect of an investment project on the economy as a whole. (...) The final stage would be to determine whether to actually invest in deployment and operations.
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Score: 1057890.6 - https://www.icao.int/sustainab...-ASBUs.1%20subWG4%20report.pdf
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For the purposes of the preceding paragraphs, the profits to be attributed to the permanent establishment shall be determined by the same method year by year unless there is good and sufficient reason to the contrary. 6. (...) The profits to be taxed in that other State shall be determined on the basis of an appropriate allocation of the overall net profits derived by the enterprise from its shipping operations. (...) In determining such adjustment, due regard shall be had to the other provisions of the Convention and the competent authorities of the Contracting States shall, if necessary, consult each other. 3.
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Score: 1057095.7 - https://www.un.org/esa/ffd/wp-...s/2014/10/7STM_CRP.2_12Oct.pdf
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Where it is not possible to identify them with certainty, the financial institution shall make a responsible determination as to whether to open or continue the account, or classify the account as a high risk account. 3.4 Know Your Customer (KYC) - understanding the purpose and nature of accounts and transactions: To effectively identify suspicious transactions in fulfillment of the suspicious transaction reporting obligation, in addition to fulfilling customer identity requirements, financial institutions shall REGULATION NO CBL/RSD/004/2013 9 obtain and maintain sufficient information and data from each client to have a sufficient understanding of the profile of expected transactions and account activity for the client in view of the client‟s stated business and sources of income. 3.5 Risk classification 3.5.1 Financial institutions shall classify all client accounts and business relationships with respect to level of risk and perform on-going and enhanced due diligence procedures in accordance with the risk classification. 3.5.2 At minimum, high risk clients must be classified as such and appropriate enhanced due diligence procedures shall be applied and appropriately documented. (...) These procedures shall include: obtaining additional documentation concerning customer identity, verification, purpose of the account and nature of transactions, transaction profile and additional documentation to satisfy the financial institution that it understands the sources of funds involved in transactions and in the account; conducting period monitoring of transactions and transaction patterns in the account; and documenting the enhanced due diligence procedures applied to the account. 3.8 Additional procedures for PEP accounts: Financial institutions shall: Determine whether any clients or beneficial owners are PEPs at account opening, or whether existing clients have become PEPs; obtain senior management approval in writing prior to opening an account of a PEP; obtain senior management approval in writing to maintain an account of a client that has become a PEP; and take all reasonable measures to identify the source of wealth and funds and other assets of the PEP. 3.9 On-going Customer Due Diligence: Financial institutions shall conduct ongoing due diligence with respect to all client relationships which shall include: maintaining current information and records relating to the customer and beneficial owner (not older than 2 years); ensuring transactions are consistent with documentary evidence provided by the client concerning the purpose and nature of the account, financial activities and risk profile. (...) Where appropriate, it shall make a report to the CBL and the FIU in accordance with this regulation. 4.0 Compliance Inspections The CBL or the FIU shall conduct compliance inspections that include examination of documents, records, transactions, as well as internal policies and procedures to determine effectiveness of compliance with AML/CFT and other obligations.
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Score: 1054469.5 - https://www.wto.org/english/th..._e/lbr_e/WTACCLBR15_LEG_12.pdf
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Declaration of President Jorda and Judge Shahabuddeen DECLARATION OF PRESIDENT JORDA AND JUDGE SHAHABUDDEEN We agree with the decision and would like to speak on one point: The fact that the Appeals Chamber disposes of an appeal on one ground makes it unnecessary, but not impermissible under the law of the Tribunal, to deal with an additional ground raised by the appellant. (...) In this case, it was a sufficient ground of disposition to determine that Croatia lacked standing, but this did not prevent the Appeals Chamber from going on, as it did, to pass on Croatia’s other "submission that the prosecution must interview or offer to interview every proposed accused before seeking a confirmation of an indictment" (para. 12 of the Decision). (...) General and immediate guidance would be beneficial to the workings of the Tribunal on the issue whether there was a requirement to interview an accused before confirmation of the indictment against him could be sought.
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Score: 1049711.8 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/b...n/bob-declaration29nov2002.htm
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For collaborative regulation to be beneficial, a number of conditions have to be in place. (...) The roles and responsibilities of the different stakeholders must also be clearly defined, as well as the rules governing collaboration and decision-making. The guiding principles might be the following:  focusing action on the public good (e.g. satisfaction of users’ needs) and primacy of the market;  balance between the parties involved and determination to ensure inclusive cooperation;  transparency of responsibilities and process;  decision-making by consensus;  instilling a culture of dialogue founded on trust;  holding the stakeholders responsible and requiring them to be accountable to society. (...) The stakeholders are associated in determining the nature of the problem and seeking possible solutions at an early stage.
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Score: 1046210 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/C...land_Contribution-GSR-19_E.pdf
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Cognitive ability, typically measured by IQ and academic achievement, is traditionally considered a strong determinant of wages, schooling, participation in crime, and success in many aspects of social and economic life. (...) More research is needed to determine how late is too late for these remediation efforts, and whether they might be cost-effective even if their impacts are small and fade quickly. (...) Additional research is needed to determine what other interventions—such as providing role models and incentivizing formal- sector firms to do business with the informal sector—can improve the economic and business prospects of youth.
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Score: 1043160.6 - www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/grou...eetingdocument/wcms_237068.pdf
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