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This Recommendation has been developed under Project 4.1 of the Action Programme on the Commercial and Legal Aspects of Trade Facilitation adopted by the Working Party on Facilitation of International Trade Procedures, as set forth in TRADE/WP.4/R.697 and includes the Model Interchange Agreement for the International Commercial Use of Electronic Data Interchange set forth in Annex A. (...) This Recommendation promotes the use of interchange agreements between commercial parties using Electronic Data Interchange in connection with international commercial transactions. (...) This Recommendation focuses upon commercial parties using Electronic Data Interchange in connection with international commercial transactions.
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Score: 657384.23 - https://unece.org/zh-hans/node/9041
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WTO | dispute settlement - the disputes - DS594: Korea - Measures Affecting Trade in Commercial Vessels (second complaint) (Japan) WORLD TRADE ORGANIZATION Home   |  About WTO   |  News & events   |  Trade topics   |  WTO membership   |  Documents & resources   |  External relations Contact us   |  Site map   |  A-Z   |  Search español   français home trade topics dispute settlement the disputes DISPUTE SETTLEMENT DS : Korea — Measures Affecting Trade in Commercial Vessels (second complaint) (Japan) This summary has been prepared by the Secretariat under its own responsibility. (...) See also: News items about this dispute The basics: how disputes are settled in WTO Computer based training on dispute settlement Text of the Dispute Settlement Understanding back to top Current status   back to top Key facts   back to top Latest document    back to top Summary of the dispute to date The summary below was up-to-date at Consultations Complaint by Japan (See also DS571 ) On 31 January 2020, Japan requested consultations with Korea concerning the following measures allegedly affecting trade in commercial vessels: (1) corporate restructuring measures to allegedly support Korean shipbuilders; (2) guarantees and other insurance for financing related to commercial vessel orders placed with Korean shipbuilders; (3) pre-shipment loans, measures part of the new shipbuilding program, and other financing for commercial vessel orders placed with Korean shipbuilders; (4) alleged eco-ship replacement subsidies; (5) other measures imposed by Korea to allegedly support commercial vessel purchases; and (6) amendments and other measures. This is the second request for consultations by Japan with Korea concerning measures allegedly affecting trade in commercial vessels. Japan claimed that measures (1) to (6) appear to be inconsistent with: Articles 1.1, 2, 3.1(a), 3.1(b), 3.2, 5(a), 5(c), 6.3(a), 6.3(b), and 6.3(c) of the SCM Agreement; and   Articles I:1 and III:4 of the GATT 1994.
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Score: 656897.17 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr..._e/dispu_e/cases_e/ds594_e.htm
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PowerPoint Presentation DATA ECONOMY: COMMERCIALIZATION, ECOSYSTEM & IMPACT ASSESSMENT Dr. Okan Geray, Smart Dubai Office, ITU FG DPM Co-Chair WG5 WG5 WORK ITU FG-DPM • E-Meetings • Face to Face Meetings • Subject Matter Expert (SME) Interviews ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS OF DATA • TANGIBLE • STORED • CONSUMED AFTER PRODUCTION • INTANGIBLE • STORED • CONSUMED AFTER PRODUCTION • INTANGIBLE • UNSTORED • CONSUMED & PRODUCED SIMULTANEOUSLY ITU FG-DPM Data Core Activities Data Support Activities DATA VALUE CHAIN ITU FG-DPM DATA ECOSYSTEM STAKEHOLDERS ITU FG-DPM DATA ECONOMY TODAY & BUSINESS MODELS • “FREE DATA FOR FREE SERVICES” • GLOBALIZED • OPEN DATA • VERY LIMITED DATA MARKETPLACES ITU FG-DPM • Targeted Advertising Business Model • Retargeting • Personalisationand recommendations • Data intermediation and sale of customer insights • Data Marketplaces (Centralized & Decentralized) • Data Driven Commercial Solutions (e.g. vertical apps) • Public Sector Use-Case Specific Commercial Solutions • Public Private Partnerships (PPPs) DATA COMMERCIALIZATION ITU FG-DPM DATA ECOSYSTEM ENHANCEMENT ITU-T FG-DPM DATA ECONOMY IMPACT ASSESSMENT ITU FG-DPM DATA ECONOMY FUTURE RESEARCH AREAS - EXAMPLES ITU FG-DPM • What should be the right balance for government intervention versus market mechanism for data economy? (...) WG5 DATA ECONOMY WORK & SG20 COLLABORATION ITU FG-DPM • In the absence of a dedicated holistic Question in SG20 comprised of data issues: • Data value chain and stakeholders can be defined in Question 5 as a supplement • A framework for Data commercialization can be developed in Question 1 (since Q1/20 involves big data aspects –however data commercialization encompasses all data aspects) • AframeworkforDataeconomyecosystemcanbedeveloped in Question 1 • Dataeconomyimpact assessment can be developed in Question 7 • Furtherpotential: • A holistic Data economy assessment framework can be developed in Question 7 (going beyond mere impact and addressing readiness issues as well) • Frameworksfor individual components of data commercialization can bedevelopedin Question 1 (e.g. data valuation framework, data pricing framework, data licensing framework, etc.)
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Score: 656897.17 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/c...ts/Okan_Geray_Presentation.pdf
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SECTION IV APPENDIX 4 COMMERCIAL BID FORM PAGE APPENDIX 4 COMMERCIAL BID FORM B. COMMERCIAL BID To: UNIDO Procurement Services Division Attn. (...) MANDATORY STATEMENTS: Please check as appropriate: Remarks, if any: 1 Your best firm fixed price in United States Dollars (USD) to complete the proposed work . A Commercial Proposal that is not expressed in United States Dollars (USD) will be converted into this currency, using the United Nations Rate of Exchange prevailing on the date of opening of the Commercial Proposals and the resulting price expressed in United States Dollars (USD) will be used for price comparison and in the Contract.
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Score: 656835.55 - https://www.unido.org/sites/de...20Commercial%20Bid%20Form_.doc
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Regional workshop in East Africa – FAO – Food for the Cities Ensuring resilient food systems in African Cities Nairobi, 13-14 December 2011 Partner organization : Mazingira Institute Farm Concern International Janet Wanjiru Magoiya 1 Transforming and Improving livelihoods through Market Development and Smallholder Commercialization in Sub- Saharan Africa Janet Wanjiru Magoiya Farm Concern International Mission To build Pro-poor market development initiatives and commercialization of poor households in Sub-Saharan Africa for enhanced community empowerment Vision Commercialized African households with increased incomes and better livelihoods Winning Markets for the Poor! (...) Regional workshop in East Africa – FAO – Food for the Cities Ensuring resilient food systems in African Cities Nairobi, 13-14 December 2011 Partner organization : Mazingira Institute Farm Concern International Janet Wanjiru Magoiya 5 FCI Strategic Pillars 2.Commercial Village Model A market led commercialization process  Graduating social and subsistence villages to into Trading Blocs branded as ‘Commercial Villages’  Structured and market led production systems  Equal opportunity for each village to produce 3- 5 crops for identified market – Village Business Forum 3. (...) Geoffrey Njenga -Mugima Commercial Producer Group (CPG) in Kiambu –Kenya Started commercial production of IVs in 2005 Farms IV on 0.3ha of land •Prior to IVs commercialization intervention by FCI, Mr.
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Score: 656810.2 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...elihoods-marketdevelopment.pdf
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PowerPoint Presentation UNFC and Sustainable Development Risks and Opportunities from a Commercial Perspective Donald Lessard ▪ SDGs require providing energy to growing global population coming out of poverty ▪ SDGs require reducing and then eliminating greenhouse gas emissions (GHG), affecting the 70-80% of today’s energy production that comes from fossil fuels ▪ SDGs require reducing/eliminating local particulate and other emissions ▪ SDGs require a new social contract ▪ Meeting the SDGs will require significant changes in policies that impact industries and capital allocations Risks and opportunities in the energy transition The SDG energy challenge 2 ▪ Decisions regarding the development and operation of energy producing assets hinge on commercial valuation ▪ Commercial value is generally defined as the net present value of free cash flows. ▪ Policies regarding environmental and social effects have a direct bearing on valuation ▪ The form and timing of these policy changes is uncertain, with many possible pathways ▪ Risk and opportunity effects commercial valuation in two ways ▪ Impact on (probability weighted) expected cash flows ▪ Impact on discount rate and/or the cost of options to mitigate risk and capture opportunity Risks and opportunities in the energy transition The impact of policies on valuation 3 Risks and opportunities in the energy transition SDGs will create risks and opportunities 4 In cr ea se d o p p o rt u n it ie s Increased risks Traditional fossil fuel production Fossil fuel with CCS Efficient buildings, Better residential/ transportation layouts Large scale solar, wind • Any valuation requires a scenario/forecast of what the relevant policies will be over the lifetime of the project • Three sets of standards/regulations may be foreseen: • Local regulations/standards currently in place • Most stringent standards applied in major region • A selected SDG-compliant global standard. Risks and opportunities in the energy transition Policy scenarios 5 ▪ Key question is the extent to which a particular standard impacts the commercial value of a project Risks and opportunities in the energy transition Classifying SDG Impacts 6 • Major impairment of commercial valueRed • Substantial impairment of commercial valueOrange • Very small or not impairment of commercial valueGreen • Project • Asset • Portfolio • Enterprise within jurisdiction • Jurisdiction • Transnational Enterprise • UNFC will focus on project level, where the primary go/no go decisions are made, and which can be aggregated upward to other levels Risks and opportunities in the energy transition Values must be computed at multiple levels 7 • The capital market is becoming increasingly concerned about the value at risk in their investment portfolios and see merit in contributing to reaching the SDG. • The International Financial Reporting Standards Board have gone through a consultation process -- 577 responses, most of them in favour of IFRS sustainability standards being developed. • The Financial Stability Board, whose members have a large part of the capital market under management has issued a consultation paper on climate related financial disclosures. • The two organisations work together. • UNFC with its project focus informs and complements these efforts Risks and opportunities in the energy transition Capital market reactions 8 https://www.ifrs.org/projects/work-plan/sustainability-reporting/comment-letters-projects/consultation-paper-and-comment-letters/ Thank you Donald Lessard Professor Emeritus MIT Sloan School
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Score: 656455.22 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul...for%20March%2011%20webinar.pdf
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To republish, to post on servers, or to redistribute to lists, requires prior specific permission and/or fee.   Table A1: Growth in the volume of world merchandise exports and production, 2010-2015 Table A2: Growth in the volume of world merchandise trade by selected region and economy, 2010-2015 Table A3: World merchandise trade and trade in commercial services by region and selected economy, 2010-2015 Table A4: World merchandise exports by region and selected economy, 1948, 1953, 1963, 1973, 1983, 1993, 2003 and 2015 Table A5: World merchandise imports by region and selected economy, 1948, 1953, 1963, 1973, 1983, 1993, 2003 and 2015 Table A6: Leading exporters and importers in world merchandise trade, 2015 Table A7: Leading exporters and importers in world merchandise trade (excluding intra-EU (28) trade), 2015 Table A8: Leading exporters and importers in world trade in commercial services, 2015 Table A9: Leading exporters and importers in world trade in commercial services (excluding intra-EU (28) trade), 2015 Table A10: Trade in commercial services of selected economies by origin and destination, 2014 Table A11: Ratio of exports of goods and commercial services to GDP of the least-developed countries, 2015 Table A12: Merchandise exports and imports of least-developed countries, 2015 Table A13: Exports of commercial services of the least-developed countries by category, 2015 Table A14: Top 10 exporters and importers of agricultural products, 2015 Table A15: Top 10 exporters and importers of fuels and mining products of regions by destination, 2015 Table A16: Top 10 exporters and importers of manufactures, 2015 Table A17: Top 10 exporters and importers of iron and steel, 2015 Table A18: Top 10 exporters and importers of chemicals, 2015 Table A19: Top 10 exporters and importers of pharmaceuticals, 2015 Table A20: Top 10 exporters and importers of office and telecom equipment, 2015 Table A21: Top 10 exporters and importers of automotive products, 2015 Table A22: Top 10 exporters and importers of textiles, 2015 Table A23: Top 10 exporters and importers of clothing, 2015 Table A24: World trade in commercial services by category, 2015 Table A25: Growth of commercial services exports by category and by region, 2005-2015 Table A26: World trade in transportation services by region, 2015 Table A27: Leading exporters and importers of transportation services, 2015 Table A28: Major exporters and importers of manufacturing services on physical inputs owned by others, 2014 and 2015 Table A29: Major exporters and importers of maintenance and repair services, 2015 Table A30: World trade in transport services by region, 2015 Table A31: Leading exporters and importers of transport services, 2015 Table A32: World trade in travel by region, 2015 Table A33: Leading exporters and importers of travel, 2015 Table A34: World trade in other commercial services by region, 2015 Table A35: Leading exporters and importers of other commercial services, 2015 Table A36: World exports of construction by region, 2014 and 2015 Table A37: Major exporters and importers of construction, 2014 and 2015 Table A38: World exports of insurance and pension services by region, 2014 and 2015 Table A39: Major exporters and importers of insurance and pension services, 2015 and 2015 Table A40: World exports of financial services by region, 2014 and 2015 Table A41: Major exporters and importers of financial services, 2014 and 2015 Table A42: World receipts of charges for the use of intellectual property n.i.e. by region, 2014 and 2015 Table A43: Major exporters and importers of charges for the use of intellectual property n.i.e. by region, 2014 and 2015 Table A44: World exports of telecommunications, computer and information services by region, 2014 and 2015 Table A45: Major exporters and importers of telecommunications, computer and information services, 2014 and 2015 Table A46: Major exporters and importers of telecommunications services, 2014 and 2015 Table A47: Major exporters and importers of computer services, 2014 and 2015 Table A48: World exports of other business services by region, 2014 and 2015 Table A49: Major exporters and importers of other business services, 2014 and 2015 Table A50: Trade in other business services by category in selected economies, major economies, 2014 Table A51: World exports of personal, cultural and recreational services by region, 2014 and 2015 Table A52: Major exporters and importers of personal, cultural and recreational services, 2014 and 2015 Table A53: Major exporters and importers of audio-visual and related services, 2014 and 2015 Table A54: Leading exporters and importers of intermediate goods, 2015 Table A55: World merchandise exports, production and gross domestic product, 1950-2015 Table A56: Merchandise trade of selected regional trade agreements, 2005-2015 Table A57: Trade in commercial services by selected groups of economies, 2006-2015 Table A58: World merchandise exports by region and selected economy, 2005-2015 Table A59: World merchandise imports by region and selected economy, 2005-2015 Table A60: World exports of commercial services by region and selected economy, 2006-2015 Table A61: World imports of commercial services by region and selected economy, 2006-2015 Table A62: Sales by affiliates of foreign companies - resident affiliates primarily engaged in services activities (inward FATS), 2011-2013 Table A63: Sales by foreign affiliates of resident companies - affiliates located abroad primarily engaged in services activities (outward FATS), 2011-2013 Table A64: Services supplied by United States affiliates established abroad (outward FATS) and by foreign affiliates in the United States (inward FATS) by economy of affiliate, 2013 Table A65: World merchandise exports of intermediate goods by region and selected economy, 2004-2014 Table A66: World merchandise imports of intermediate goods by region and selected economy, 2004-2014 Table A67: Export prices of primary commodities, 2005-2016 Table A68: Export prices of Germany, Japan and the United States by commodity group, 2005-2015 Table A69: Import prices of Germany, Japan and the United States by commodity group, 2005-2015 > Download the complete World Trade Statistics 2016 file in pdf format > Order paper version from online bookshop   Sample pages Any feedback on this page should be sent to [email protected] > Guide to downloading files  
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Score: 656339.4 - https://www.wto.org/english/re..._e/wts2016_e/wts16_chap9_e.htm
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Annual trade in services Data on annual trade in commercial services is available through the WTO Stats Portal . Jointly produced with UNCTAD, it includes exports and imports of commercial services broken down by sector and partner country when available. (...) Bulk download of trade datasets The complete annual trade in services dataset — covering exports and imports of total commercial services broken down by sector and partner country when available — may be downloaded in its entirety Short-term trade in commercial services Latest trends Quarterly trade in commercial services The data includes information on the main service categories for about 150 economies.
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Score: 656111.9 - https://www.wto.org/english/re.../statis_e/tradeserv_stat_e.htm
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1 Technology Commercialization Tour ESCWA Initiative ECOSOC AMR Implementation Forum 3 July 2013, Palais des Nations, Geneva Draft Concept Note I. (...) Objectives of the Proposed Commercialization Tour Initiative 2013 ETC, in partnership with UNESCO, will lead Science Awareness and Commercialization Tours in the region, and will organize technology-based national innovation forums, to facilitate the regional exchange between investors and SMEs. (...) Impact: The project hopes to build on the success of the 2012 Technology Commercialization Tour by up scaling the reach and scope of the project. 6 Table 3: KPIs of the 2013 Technology Commercialization Tour 1.
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Score: 655679.05 - https://www.un.org/en/ecosoc/j...yhls/pdf13/imp_forum_escwa.pdf
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WTO | International Trade Statistics 2015 - Trade in commercial services WORLD TRADE ORGANIZATION Home   |  About WTO   |  News & events   |  Trade topics   |  WTO membership   |  Documents & resources   |  External relations Contact us   |  Site map   |  A-Z   |  Search español   français home resources statistics international trade statistics 2015 Trade in commercial services STATISTICS : INTERNATIONAL TRADE STATISTICS 2015 Trade in commercial services The complete publication “International trade statistics 2015” can be ordered from the WTO online bookshop or can be downloaded by clicking the links below. (...) Table III.1  World trade in commercial services by category, 2014    Table III.2 Growth of commercial services exports by category and by region, 2005-2014 back to top 2. (...) Table III.11  World trade in other commercial services by region, 2014    Table III.12  Leading exporters and importers of other commercial services, 2014   back to top 5.1 Construction  Documents listed here are downloadable in MS Excel format.
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Score: 655613.2 - https://www.wto.org/english/re...5_e/its15_trade_category_e.htm
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