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in an enterprise that engages in any business or transaction with the organization. 25. It is submitted (...) in Blessed Seasons meets the standard of business activity and enterprise prohibited by former Staff (...) her position with the Organization to benefit her business and ruled that she was not involved
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Score: 1085217.4 - www.un.org/en/internalj...at/judgments/2013-UNAT-336.pdf
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invited to co-operate in securing the views of business enterprises. The information elicited this first (...) for enterprises. whether foreign or domestic, doing business within and without its territory. Section 119 (...) countries in which they do business. The League of Nations, which undertook to co-ordinate efforts
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Score: 1081006.5 - biblio-archive.unog.ch/...MSD/C-73-M-38-1932-II-A_EN.pdf
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in the job opening, namely: experience in data mining in enterprise systems and business analytics (...) desirable criteria: “data mining in enterprise systems and business analysis” and “development (...) Page 2 of 7 Introduction 1. The Applicant contests her non-selection for a post in the Business
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Score: 1075816.2 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2020-169.pdf
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by Article 4. “ Business income ” , which was defined, in the case of enterprises in general, in Article 2 (...) cases, and to define “ business income ” in the new te x t of Article II, both as regards enterprises (...) OF TAXATION. Being desirous to prevent the double taxa tion of the income of business enterprises, which
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Score: 1075277.8 - biblio-archive.unog.ch/...D/C-252-M-124-1935-II-A_EN.pdf
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the net business income which it might be expected to derive, if it were an independent enterprise (...) . Income from Real Property 42 III. Income from Mortgages 42 IV. Income from Business 43 V. Income from (...) II. Real Property 67 III. Business Establishments 67 IV. P ersonal Property 68 v. Deduction
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Score: 1072660.3 - biblio-archive.unog.ch/...ilMSD/C-2-M-2-1945-II-A_EN.pdf
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to preventing the double taxation of the income of business enterprises, which results from conflicting (...) establishment in the latter State. W hen a foreign enterprise regularly has business relations in a State (...) by an employment contract and habitually transacts commercial business on behalf of the enterprise in re turn
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Score: 1071344.8 - biblio-archive.unog.ch/...D/C-399-M-204-1933-II-A_EN.pdf
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capital and enterprise. Any resulting diversification of business I may help to diminish local (...) training. At the same time, it generates business opportunities and paves the way for new enterprise (...) or enterprise or forcing foreigners to transfer their assets or their business to nationals. In such cases
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Score: 1064722.8 - biblio-archive.unog.ch/...MSD/C-14-M-14-1946-II-A_EN.pdf
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down in its last r e p o r t2 for the allocation of th e profits of business enterprises could (...) could be applied in a general w ay to the p roperty and cap ita l of business enterprises. I t has (...) double tax a tio n of the p roperty and capital of business enterprises which results from
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Score: 1054286.1 - biblio-archive.unog.ch/...D/C-450-M-266-1936-II-A_EN.pdf
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atter. The fundam ental principle is: W hen a foreign enterprise regularly has business relations (...) by an employment contract and habitually transacts commercial business on behalf of the enterprise in re turn (...) : " The fact th a t an undertaking has business dealings with a foreign country through a local company
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Score: 1044406.6 - biblio-archive.unog.ch/...MSD/C-340-M-140-1930-II_EN.pdf
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legal sense. — 4 — The fundamental principle is: When a foreign enterprise regularly has business (...) is an employee who habitually transacts commercial business on behalf of the enterprise in return (...) a business headquarters in the country, is a duly accredited agent (fondé de pouvoirs) who habitually
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Score: 1034210.4 - biblio-archive.unog.ch/...MSD/C-516-M-175-1929-II_EN.pdf
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