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The maximum quantity of domestic availability for pur- poses of calculating the standard ratio may be fixed at 250.000, Rubber Footwear It should be noted that the domestic production of this item includes: shoes with canvas or cloth uppers; - waterproof rubber lacing shoes; - rubber slippers and sandals; - all rubber shoes, sandals, with rubber soles and heels. The import figures given in (L/35/Add.l) refer only to canvas rubber- soled boots and shoes. These figures do not include slippers and sandals, etc. These kinds of rubber footwear are separately itemised as 548 "Slippers and sandals".
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Score: 1326242.5 - https://www.wto.org/gatt_docs/English/SULPDF/90070849.pdf
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Microsoft Word - Alliance Boots Backgrounder - Steve Johnson 22nd August 2006 V3.doc - 1 - Chemicals in Consumer Products A Precautionary Approach Stephen Johnson, Sustainable Development Manager, CSR Support Company information The merger of equals between Alliance UniChem and Boots Group in July 2006 has created an international pharmacy-led health and beauty group. Alliance Boots will build on the existing strategies of both companies combining their complementary skills and businesses. (...) Boots Approach This paper briefly describes how Boots manages the assessment of chemicals through the application of its chemical strategy and how we apply our precautionary approach across all the products we sell.
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Score: 1311959.6 - https://www.who.int/ifcs/docum...forum5/precaution/boots_en.pdf
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Microsoft PowerPoint - Alliance Boots Presentation - Steve Johnson.ppt Boots Chemical Management Stephen Johnson Sustainable Development Manager Boots the Chemist part of Alliance Boots FORUM V - Chemical Safety For Sustainable Development 25th – 26th Sept 2006 - Budapest A Typical Retailers Perspective • Large portfolio of products and even larger amount of raw materials to consider. • At very end of the supply chain. • Expertise is on marketing not scientific assessment. • Often rely on information supplied from its suppliers or third parties. • Often simply rely on legislation. • Prone to ‘criticism’ from NGO community because of our visibility to consumers How Boots approach chemical assessment There are 7 facets to how Boots manager chemicals in consumer products :- – Boots Chemical Working Group – Scientific foundation for policy decisions – Precautionary approach – Stakeholder perception – Routes for substituting chemicals – Compliance. – Integrated sustainable assessment. (...) What are the benefits? Boots Chemical Strategy Key Deliverables for 2006/2007 •Through the utilisation of expertise from Boots Chemical Working Group highlight strategic important chemicals used in Boots inventory and systematically review their long-term implications. (...) Lessons learnt over 150 years of retailing For more information: •On Boots Chemical Strategy Contact: stephen.johnson@boots.co.uk (+44) 115 949 3911 •To Shop at Boots: www.boots.com
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Score: 1307427.3 - https://www.who.int/ifcs/documents/forums/forum5/boots.pdf
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5/26/2021 Feedback on Green Innovation Challenge: Capacity Building Boot-camp - Google Forms https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1OV7Gbyw4Q8Lt6f9ABVLIL3OZhvXixoyoOM2OaL5RXQ4/edit#responses 1/9 12 responses Accepting responses Overall impression of the Boot Camp: Feedback on specific training modules: Indicate to what extent you agree or disagree with the comments provided. Summary Question Individual The Boot-camp was helpful to me as an entrepreneur I have a better understanding of the elements of a successful proposal I am better equipped to grow my business based on the information an tools provided. 0.0 2.5 5.0 7.5 10.0 Strongly agreeStrongly agreeStrongly agree AgreeAgreeAgree NeutralNeutralNeutral DisagreeDisagreeDisagree Strongly disagreeStrongly disagreeStrongly disagree Feedback on Green Innovation Challenge: Capacity Building Boot-camp Questions Responses 12 https://accounts.google.com/SignOutOptions? (...) General feelings BEFORE the Boot Camp AFTER the Boot Camp 0 2 4 6 8 Very strongVery strongVery strong Somewhat strongSomewhat strongSomewhat strong NeutralNeutralNeutral Somewhat weakSomewhat weakSomewhat weak Very weakVery weakVery weak BEFORE the Boot Camp AFTER the Boot Camp 0 2 4 6 Very strongVery strongVery strong Somewhat strongSomewhat strongSomewhat strong NeutralNeutralNeutral Somewhat weakSomewhat weakSomewhat weak Very weakVery weakVery weak 5/26/2021 Feedback on Green Innovation Challenge: Capacity Building Boot-camp - Google Forms https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1OV7Gbyw4Q8Lt6f9ABVLIL3OZhvXixoyoOM2OaL5RXQ4/edit#responses 7/9 What did you MOST like about the Boot Camp?
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Score: 1303554 - https://www.undp.org/sites/g/f...g-Boot-camp---Google-Forms.pdf
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GUIDELINES FOR THE SAFE HANDLING OF SYNTHETIC OPIOIDS FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CUSTOMS OFFICERS
Guidelines for the safe handling of synthetic opioids for law enforcement and customs officers LABORATORY AND SCIENTIFIC SERVICE Guidelines for the safe handling of synthetic opioids
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Score: 1284747.3 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc.../get?open&DS=ST/NAR/55 &Lang=E
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Major features of the boot camp approach include: Project based approach Problem solving focus Up to date industry languages Test driven development Intensive face to face classes Structured internships For more information on coding bootcamps see the ITU report "Coding Boot camps: A strategy for youth employment " below.             (...) Employers are actively pursuing partnerships with boot camp operators as they recognize that traditional pipelines are not sufficient for their aggressive growth strategies and they are engaging with boot camps as an alternative source of staff. (...) Trainer courses These courses are aimed at trainers/teachers/lecturers The course content is designed to help individuals facilitate boot camp courses and network with education peers in the boot camp environment.
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Score: 1281239.7 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/D...Coding-bootcamps-training.aspx
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THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE RUBBER INDUSTRY IN WEST AFRICA
.,~.rubbtn- consum:ption in 1963 was as follows: 56,000 tons in Japan; 1,000 tons in Canada; 1,000 tons in Franceo However, the total consumption of rubber in Japan was only 50 per eent above that of France, and that of Canada was only one third. 1. The footwear industry On the whole, the footwear industry is a large consumer of rubber• In 1963, the French and Japanese industries respectively absorhed 11 and 11·:Pe:r cent of the total consumption of rubber, or 19 and 35 per cent of the consumption of the tyre sector al~ne. In India, the market for footwear includes only 20 per cent of the populatioa 11 but t~e industry absorbed 13 per cent of the countr,r's rubber consumption in 1961. ]} A teri! (...) ,e 33 In West Africa, where the net imrorts rose to almost 15 million pairs in 1964, local production is still dtstinctly inadequate to meet demand, and the future consumption of rubber by the footwear industry will depend both on the speed with which the sub-region industrializes and·on the proportion of rubber goods in the footwear market.
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Score: 1263096.6 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...open&DS=E/CN.14/INR/131&Lang=E
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The different and complementary skills of each team member were precious, and each team members’ comments allowed us to adequately investigate the diverse aspects and issues related to the challenge. Team Heel of the Boot Following the selection of the features of their model, Heel of the Boot could integrate data sources into a final data set. (...) Credit: UNICC Team Heel of the Boot’s  final presentation , which married their models’ findings and background analyses, produced impressive results. (...) Francesco Russo, Team Heel of the Boot Team Heel of the Boot described their Hackathon experience as a surprising experience for not only the cohesiveness and coherence of a disparate team that yielded impressive results, but also the underlying philosophy in using skills in data for the betterment of lives on an international scale.
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Score: 1255913.5 - https://www.unicc.org/news/202...to-team-wins-global-challenge/
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The different and complementary skills of each team member were precious, and each team members’ comments allowed us to adequately investigate the diverse aspects and issues related to the challenge. Team Heel of the Boot Following the selection of the features of their model, Heel of the Boot could integrate data sources into a final data set. (...) Credit: UNICC Team Heel of the Boot’s  final presentation , which married their models’ findings and background analyses, produced impressive results. (...) Francesco Russo, Team Heel of the Boot Team Heel of the Boot described their Hackathon experience as a surprising experience for not only the cohesiveness and coherence of a disparate team that yielded impressive results, but also the underlying philosophy in using skills in data for the betterment of lives on an international scale.
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Score: 1255913.5 - https://www.unicc.org/tag/forced-displacement-2020/
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The different and complementary skills of each team member were precious, and each team members’ comments allowed us to adequately investigate the diverse aspects and issues related to the challenge. Team Heel of the Boot Following the selection of the features of their model, Heel of the Boot could integrate data sources into a final data set. (...) Credit: UNICC Team Heel of the Boot’s  final presentation , which married their models’ findings and background analyses, produced impressive results. (...) Francesco Russo, Team Heel of the Boot Team Heel of the Boot described their Hackathon experience as a surprising experience for not only the cohesiveness and coherence of a disparate team that yielded impressive results, but also the underlying philosophy in using skills in data for the betterment of lives on an international scale.
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Score: 1255913.5 - https://www.unicc.org/tag/predict-forced-displacement-data/
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