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Microsoft Word - subsidies_art17_jur.doc WTO ANALYTICAL INDEX SCM Agreement – Article 17 (Jurisprudence) 1 1 ARTICLE 17 ................................................................................................................. 1 1.1 Text of Article 17 ......................................................................................................... 1 1.2 Anti-Dumping Agreement ............................................................................................. 1 1.3 General ...................................................................................................................... 1 1 ARTICLE 17 1.1 Text of Article 17 Article 17 Provisional Measures 17.1 Provisional measures may be applied only if: (a) an investigation has been initiated in accordance with the provisions of Article 11, a public notice has been given to that effect and interested Members and interested parties have been given adequate opportunities to submit information and make comments; (b) a preliminary affirmative determination has been made that a subsidy exists and that there is injury to a domestic industry caused by subsidized imports; and (c) the authorities concerned judge such measures necessary to prevent injury being caused during the investigation. 17.2 Provisional measures may take the form of provisional countervailing duties guaranteed by cash deposits or bonds equal to the amount of the provisionally calculated amount of subsidization. 17.3 Provisional measures shall not be applied sooner than 60 days from the date of initiation of the investigation. 17.4 The application of provisional measures shall be limited to as short a period as possible, not exceeding four months. 17.5 The relevant provisions of Article 19 shall be followed in the application of provisional measures. 1.2 Anti-Dumping Agreement 1. (...) The Panel found that "Article 17.3 and 17.4 of the SCM Agreement are unambiguous, clearly specifying that provisional measures shall not be applied sooner than 60 days after initiation and their application shall be limited to maximum 4 months."1 The Panel also explained that: 1 Panel Report US – Softwood Lumber III, para. 7.100. (...) The Panel in US – Softwood Lumber III rejected the argument that the period of application referred to in Article 17.4 is the period during which cash deposits or bonds are taken, rather than the period during which the affected imports enter for consumption.
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Score: 1485401.3 - https://www.wto.org/english/re...ai17_e/subsidies_art17_jur.pdf
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It is important to plan projects in a way that the cash-negative ones (those unable to provide immediate financial returns) are compensated by cash-positive ones. (...) The projects that are placed above the axis should be cash-positive; the ones below should be cash-negative. The saw curve visually demonstrates whether there is a balance between cash-positive and cash- negative projects in a city, therefore ensuring that the overall transformation plan is economically viable.
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Score: 1481072.7 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica...s/files/basic-html/page45.html
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Score: 1480359.3 - https://www.unhcr.org/ua/en/23...ee-communities-in-ukraine.html
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Their diagnosis  (which caught me by surprise) was that the local economy was undermined by the Conditional Cash Transfer programme: people would stop buying locally and spent their cash in the local supermarket (which was doing great :-)). So no good for local farmers (who may have to apply sooner or later to the programme) and  no good for consumers (not sure shifting from local foods to supermarket food is necessarily the healthy choice).
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Score: 1376482.6 - https://www.fao.org/fsnforum/comment/6348
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Their diagnosis  (which caught me by surprise) was that the local economy was undermined by the Conditional Cash Transfer programme: people would stop buying locally and spent their cash in the local supermarket (which was doing great :-)). So no good for local farmers (who may have to apply sooner or later to the programme) and  no good for consumers (not sure shifting from local foods to supermarket food is necessarily the healthy choice).
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Score: 1376482.6 - https://www.fao.org/fsnforum/index.php/comment/6348
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Their diagnosis  (which caught me by surprise) was that the local economy was undermined by the Conditional Cash Transfer programme: people would stop buying locally and spent their cash in the local supermarket (which was doing great :-)). So no good for local farmers (who may have to apply sooner or later to the programme) and  no good for consumers (not sure shifting from local foods to supermarket food is necessarily the healthy choice).
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Score: 1365551.8 - https://www.fao.org/fsnforum/ar/comment/6348
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Their diagnosis  (which caught me by surprise) was that the local economy was undermined by the Conditional Cash Transfer programme: people would stop buying locally and spent their cash in the local supermarket (which was doing great :-)). So no good for local farmers (who may have to apply sooner or later to the programme) and  no good for consumers (not sure shifting from local foods to supermarket food is necessarily the healthy choice).
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Score: 1365551.8 - https://www.fao.org/fsnforum/index.php/ar/comment/6348
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As a consumer in the developed world, the cost of payments is limited to the stamp used to mail a check, the monthly fee for a bank account, or an ATM fee to withdraw cash. In the developing world, most transactions are made via cash and the associated costs are indirect: Time queuing to pay bills; potential agent fees to receive cash; transport costs; and, of course, the risk of theft. (...) But even those that accept cash recognize the cost of handling cash, ensuring security from internal fraud, and external theft. (...) They also want to know that they are protected from fraudsters outside their company. Cash may be convenient, but it is also expensive to secure.
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Score: 1349700.2 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica.../files/basic-html/page301.html
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Their diagnosis  (which caught me by surprise) was that the local economy was undermined by the Conditional Cash Transfer programme: people would stop buying locally and spent their cash in the local supermarket (which was doing great :-)). So no good for local farmers (who may have to apply sooner or later to the programme) and  no good for consumers (not sure shifting from local foods to supermarket food is necessarily the healthy choice).
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Score: 1344227.2 - https://www.fao.org/fsnforum/fr/comment/6348
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Their diagnosis  (which caught me by surprise) was that the local economy was undermined by the Conditional Cash Transfer programme: people would stop buying locally and spent their cash in the local supermarket (which was doing great :-)). So no good for local farmers (who may have to apply sooner or later to the programme) and  no good for consumers (not sure shifting from local foods to supermarket food is necessarily the healthy choice).
Language:English
Score: 1344227.2 - https://www.fao.org/fsnforum/index.php/fr/comment/6348
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