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Activities of members · information from New Zealand on its biosecurity strategy · information from Uruguay on the certification system for wood packing materials · Information from uS on wood packing materials · information from costa rica on fruit fly free areas · information from china on avian influenza situation and control · update from canada on the occurrence of avian influenza in british columbia · update from canada on bse status · update from eC on bse in portugal · information from EC on traceability requirements for third countries under the general food law · information from ec on sudan dyes · information from ec on new mrpl provisions · accession of the ec to ippc · INformation from Argentina on the situation and control of FMD 3. specific trade concerns (a) new issues · undue delays – concerns of uruguay · china's failure to regionalize ban on us poultry due to avian influenza – concerns of us · EC deviations from international standard for wood packing materials – concerns of us · india's ban on food grade wax – concerns of us · korea's septoria controls on horticultural products – concerns of us (b) Issues previously raised · japan's official control restrictions – concerns of new zealand · india's import restrictions on almonds – concerns of us · korea's residue level testing requirements – concerns of us · ec conditions for the importation of bees – concerns of argentina · indonesia's restrictions on importation of certain products due to fmd – concerns of argentina · panama's restrictions on dairy products – concerns of argentina · United Arab emirates' and qatar's import restrictions on spanish olive oil – concerns of ec · india's restrictions on live birds, fresh meat and other animal products due to avian influenza – concerns of ec · US decision to delist france from the list of countries authorized to export certain meat and meat products to US – concerns of EC (c) consideration of specific notifications received · EC regulation on ocratoxin a in coffee (G/SPS/N/EEC/247) – concerns of colombia · Ec'S regulation on aflatoxins and ocratoxin A in foods for infants and young children (g/sps/N/EEC/223/Add.1) – CONCERNs OF CHINA · japan's standards and specifications for food additives (G/SPS/N/JPN/121) – concerns of china · US rule on materials derived from cattle (G/SPS/N/USA/933)and record-keeping requirements (G/SPS/N/USA/934)– concerns of china and of argentina · EC proposed regulation on maximum residue levels of pesticides(g/sps/n/eec/196/add.1) – concerns of argentina · INDIA'S NON-NOTIFICATION OF VARIOUS SPS MEASURES – CONCERNS OF us · Notifications by Members of implementation of ispm 15 – concerns of EC (d) information on resolution of issues · EC export restrictions due to BSE · EC export restrictions due to classical swine fever 4. operation of transparency provisions 5. implementation of special and differential treatment (a) elaboration of the proposal by canada (g/sps/w/155 and G/sps/w/156) (b) issues submitted by the council for trade in goods 6.
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Score: 365934.38 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...top_e/sps_e/agenda_oct04_e.doc
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One concern was reported as resolved: specific trade concern no. 334 on Chinese Taipei’s maximum residue levels for ochratoxin A, a toxin produced by mould. (...) Specific trade concerns (Full list in “ PS “ below) Eight new specific concerns including two Russian measures and 11 that had been raised before, including two EU measures , were discussed. (...) Information from members Australia — update on reform of Australia’s biosecurity system including release of draft biosecurity legislation for comments Japan — response to the nuclear plant accident European Union — Bulgaria’s FMD-free status Mexico — information on various matters    Specific trade concerns (Document ( G/SPS/GEN/204/Rev.12 ) New issues Canada’s delays in finalizing inspection procedures on bovine and poultry meat — concerns of Argentina Russia’s import ban on live animals — concerns of the European Union US restrictions on tomatoes ( G/SPS/N/USA/2019 ) — concerns of Senegal Turkey’s requirements for importation of sheep-meat — concerns of Australia Russia’s barriers related to the listing of EU establishments — concerns of the European Union Japan’s restrictions on shrimp due to anti-oxidant residues — concerns of India Indonesia’s import licensing requirements — concerns of the US (last-minute addition under “other business”) Brazil’s measures on shrimps — concerns of Ecuador (last-minute addition under “other business”)    Issues previously raised (Numbers are “specific trade concerns” numbers in the database http://spsims.wto.org ) Application and modification of the EU regulation on novel foods — concerns of Peru (no. 238) US measures on catfish ( G/SPS/N/USA/2171 ) — concerns of China (no. 289) EU maximum residue levels of pesticides — concerns of India (no. 306) Viet Nam’s ban on offals — concerns of the European Union and the United States (no. 314) EU regulations on cadmium in cocoa — concerns of Ecuador and Colombia (no. 325) China’s quarantine and testing procedures for salmon — concerns of Norway (no. 319) Thailand’s restrictions on table grapes, apples and pears — concerns of South Africa (no.326) Indonesia’s port closure ( G/SPS/N/IDN/53 , ( G/SPS/N/IDN/54 and CORR.1 ) — concerns of china and the European Union (no. 330) Import restrictions due to BSE — concerns of the European Union (no. 193) US risk analysis for the import of queen bees — concerns of Argentina no. 301) Malaysia’s import restrictions on pork and pork products — concerns of the European Union (no.323)   Consideration of specific notifications received (none)    Information on resolution of issues Chinese Taipei’s MRLs for roasted and powdered coffee — concerns of the European Union (no.334) Le nombre magique de cette réunion 1 … c'est le nombre de questions résolues dont il a été fait rapport à cette réunion.
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The following agenda is proposed for the regular meeting: (1) Adoption of the Agenda (2) Implementation of the Agreement (a) Information from Members (i) Activities of members · Update from China and Canada on their situations with regard to avian influenza · Information from the United States and Canada on BSE · Information from Argentina on the situation and control of FMD · Information from Argentina on the situation and control of classical swine fever · Information from Argentina information on the situation and control of citrus canker (b) Specific trade concerns (i) New issues · Panama's restrictions on milk products – Concerns of Argentina · India's restrictions on the importation of live birds, fresh meat and fresh meat products due to avian influenza – Concerns of the European Communities · The United States' final rule for importation of artificially dwarfed plants in growing media from the People's Republic of China– Concerns from China · India's transparency and lack of notification regarding new measures on almonds and solid wood packing material – Concerns of the United States · India's phytosanitary import restrictions – Concerns of the European Communities · China's transparency and lack of notification of 70 SPS-related measures (Ministries of Health, Commerce and others, and failure to notify AQSIQ Decree 31) – Concerns of the United States (ii) Issues previously raised · Germany's measures on Ochratoxin A in coffee – Concerns of Colombia and Papua New Guinea (G/SPS/GEN/204/Rev.4, pp.62-63, and G/SPS/GEN/470) · Korea's guidelines for maximum residue level testing – Concerns of the United States (G/SPS/N/KOR/123, G/SPS/GEN/204/Rev.4. p.102) · The EC traceability and labelling of genetically modified organisms, food and feed – Concerns of the United States (G/SPS/GEN/204/Rev.4, pp.49-50) · The EC aflatoxin limits for Brazil nuts – Concerns of Bolivia (G/SPS/GEN/204/Rev.4, pp.55-57) · Indonesia's restrictions on importation of agricultural products due to foot and mouth disease, in light of the OIE recommendations on risk products and procedures for risk mitigation - Argentina's report on progress (G/SPS/GEN/204/Rev.4, pp.87-88) · Regionalization and recognition of animal disease free status – Concerns of the EC · The European Communities' animal by-product requirements – Concerns of the United States (G/SPS/GEN/204/Rev.4, pp.69-70) · The European Communities' sanitary conditions for the importation of bees, hives, queens with or without attendants, and bee-keeping material – Concerns of Argentina (G/SPS/N/EEC/208 and addenda, G/SPS/GEN/204/Rev.4, p.73) · Japan's official control restrictions – Concerns of New Zealand (G/SPS/GEN/204/Rev.4, pp.94-95) · The Separate Customs Territory of Taiwan, Penghu, Kinmen and Matsu's import restrictions on potatoes – Concerns of New Zealand (G/SPS/GEN/204/Rev.4, p.123) · Venezuela's restrictions on imports of garlic and onions due to concerns of Urocystis cepulae – Concerns of Argentina (G/SPS/GEN/204/Rev.4, pp.139-140) · Japan's restrictions on importation of mangoes – Concerns of Brazil (G/SPS/GEN/204/Rev.4, p. 99) (c) Consideration of specific notifications received · US notification of a prohibition on the use of specified risk materials in products for human consumption and requirements for disabled cattle – Concerns of Argentina (G/SPS/N/USA/844) (d) Any other matters related to the operation of transparency provisions · Chairman's report on the informal meeting held on 16 March 2004 · "Pre-" notification of policies – Proposals by Mexico and Egypt (G/SPS/W/136 and G/SPS/W/143, respectively) · Special Meeting on the Operation of the SPS Enquiry Points of 31 October 2003 – Report by the Secretariat (G/SPS/R/32) (3) The SPS Agreement and Developing Countries (a) Consideration of Proposals for special and differential treatment · Chairman' report on informal meeting · Elaboration of the proposal from Canada (G/SPS/W/132/Rev.1) · Proposal from Egypt (G/SPS/GEN/358) · Comments on the special and differential treatment proposals in Job(03)/100. (b) Submission by Papua New Guinea (G/SPS/GEN/469) (4) Equivalence – Article 4 (a) Consideration of specific provisions of the decision on equivalence (b) Information from Members on their experience (c) Information from relevant observer organizations (5) Pest- or Disease-Free Areas (Article 6) (a) Chairman's report of informal meeting on regionalization (b) Submissions by Chile (G/SPS/W/129, G/SPS/W/381, and G/SPS/W/140/Rev.1) (c) Submission by Mexico (G/SPS/W/388 and G/SPS/W/440) (d) Submission by Argentina (G/SPS/W/433) (e) Submission by European Communities (G/SPS/W/461 and G/SPS/W/144) (6) Technical Assistance and Cooperation (a) Information from the Secretariat (b) Information from Members · Technical assistance program – Information from Australia (G/SPS/GEN/472) (c) Information from observers (7) Monitoring of the Use of International Standards (a) New Issues (b) Issues previously raised (8) Matters of Interest Arising from the Work of Observer Organizations (9) Observers - Requests for Observer Status (10) Election of Chairperson (11) Other Business · Delisting of France from countries authorized to export certain meat and meat products to the United States – Concerns of the European Communities · India's new plant quarantine regulations for pulses and other products – Concerns of Canada (12) Date and Agenda of Next Meeting 04-
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Ninth, developed and developing countries diverge significantly with regard to their population concerns . High mortality, particularly infant and child mortality, maternal mortality and mortality related to HIV/AIDS is the most significant population concern for developing countries. The most significant demographic concern of developed countries relates to low fertility and its consequences, namely population ageing and the shrinking of the working-age population. 3 Tenth, Governments are becoming increasingly concerned with the consequences of population trends. Governments are now more inclined to view population as a legitimate area of Government action and to act upon these concerns by formulating and implementing policies which address these issues.
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Score: 364819.58 - https://www.un.org/development...38_200504_ecn920058-mirkin.pdf
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Latvia (transition: domestic support, market access + non-trade concerns) 76. Lesotho (African Group) 77. Liechtenstein (non-trade concerns) 78. (...) Poland (own proposal + non-trade concerns) 101. Romania (non-trade concerns) 102. Rwanda (African Group) 103. (...) Slovak Republic (transition: domestic support, market access + non-trade concerns) 110. Slovenia (transition: domestic support, market access + non-trade concerns) 111.
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In its 329th Session (March 2017) it adopted the revised Tripartite Declaration of Principles concerning Multinational Enterprises and Social Policy, which may be cited as the MNE Declaration. (...) The Governing Body invites governments of States Members of the ILO, the employers’ and workers’ organizations concerned and the multinational enterprises operating in their territories to observe the principles of the MNE Declaration. (...) Most recent decisions : Decision on Promotional activities with regard to the Tripartite Declaration of Principles concerning Multinational Enterprises and Social Policy and related developments outside the ILO (341st Session, March 2021) Promotional activities with regard to the Tripartite Declaration of Principles concerning Multinational Enterprises and Social Policy and related developments outside the ILO (GB.341/POL/5) Decision on the promotional activities concerning the Tripartite Declaration of Principles concerning Multinational Enterprises and Social Policy and related developments outside of the ILO (337th Session, October 2019 Promotional activities concerning the Tripartite Declaration of Principles concerning Multinational Enterprises and Social Policy and related developments outside of the ILO (GB.337/POL/3) Decision concerning the review of the MNE Declaration follow-up mechanism comprising promotional activities and an information-gathering system (332th Session, March 2018) Review of the MNE Declaration follow-up mechanism comprising promotional activities and an information-gathering system (GB.332/POL/6) Decision on the recommendations of the tripartite ad hoc working group concerning the review of the Tripartite Declaration of Principles concerning Multinational Enterprises and Social Policy text, annex and addenda and the interpretation procedure (329th Session, March 2017) Recommendations of the tripartite ad hoc working group concerning the review of the Tripartite Declaration of Principles concerning Multinational Enterprises and Social Policy text, annex and addenda and the interpretation procedure (GB.329/POL/7) Decision on the proposed modalities to review the Tripartite Declaration of Principles concerning Multinational Enterprises and Social Policy (326th Session, March 2016) Proposed modalities to review the Tripartite Declaration of Principles concerning Multinational Enterprises and Social Policy (GB.326/POL/8) Decision on the update on the implementation of the promotional framework and follow-up to the Tripartite Declaration of Principles concerning Multinational Enterprises and Social Policy, including ILO collaboration with other intergovernmental and international organizations (325th Session, November 2015) Update on the implementation of the promotional framework and follow-up to the Tripartite Declaration of Principles concerning Multinational Enterprises and Social Policy, including ILO collaboration with other intergovernmental and international organizations (GB.325/POL/9) Decision on the ILO collaboration with other intergovernmental and international organizations in promoting the principles of the Tripartite Declaration of Principles concerning Multinational Enterprises and Social Policy (322th Session, November 2014) ILO collaboration with other intergovernmental and international organizations in promoting the principles of the Tripartite Declaration of Principles concerning Multinational Enterprises and Social Policy (GB.322/POL/8) Decision on the implementation strategy for the follow-up mechanism of and promotional activities on the Tripartite Declaration of Principles concerning Multinational Enterprises and Social Policy (MNE Declaration) (320th Session, March 2014) Implementation strategy for the follow-up mechanism of and promotional activities on the Tripartite Declaration of Principles concerning Multinational Enterprises and Social Policy (MNE Declaration) (GB.320/POL/10) Return to MNE Declaration home page Tools This content is available in español français 日本語 A A+ A++ Print Share this content in © 1996-2022 International Labour Organization (ILO) | Copyright and permissions  | Privacy policy | Fraud alert | Disclaimer   Skip to top
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In its 329th Session (March 2017) it adopted the revised Tripartite Declaration of Principles concerning Multinational Enterprises and Social Policy, which may be cited as the MNE Declaration. (...) The Governing Body invites governments of States Members of the ILO, the employers’ and workers’ organizations concerned and the multinational enterprises operating in their territories to observe the principles of the MNE Declaration. (...) Most recent decisions : Decision on Promotional activities with regard to the Tripartite Declaration of Principles concerning Multinational Enterprises and Social Policy and related developments outside the ILO (341st Session, March 2021) Promotional activities with regard to the Tripartite Declaration of Principles concerning Multinational Enterprises and Social Policy and related developments outside the ILO (GB.341/POL/5) Decision on the promotional activities concerning the Tripartite Declaration of Principles concerning Multinational Enterprises and Social Policy and related developments outside of the ILO (337th Session, October 2019 Promotional activities concerning the Tripartite Declaration of Principles concerning Multinational Enterprises and Social Policy and related developments outside of the ILO (GB.337/POL/3) Decision concerning the review of the MNE Declaration follow-up mechanism comprising promotional activities and an information-gathering system (332th Session, March 2018) Review of the MNE Declaration follow-up mechanism comprising promotional activities and an information-gathering system (GB.332/POL/6) Decision on the recommendations of the tripartite ad hoc working group concerning the review of the Tripartite Declaration of Principles concerning Multinational Enterprises and Social Policy text, annex and addenda and the interpretation procedure (329th Session, March 2017) Recommendations of the tripartite ad hoc working group concerning the review of the Tripartite Declaration of Principles concerning Multinational Enterprises and Social Policy text, annex and addenda and the interpretation procedure (GB.329/POL/7) Decision on the proposed modalities to review the Tripartite Declaration of Principles concerning Multinational Enterprises and Social Policy (326th Session, March 2016) Proposed modalities to review the Tripartite Declaration of Principles concerning Multinational Enterprises and Social Policy (GB.326/POL/8) Decision on the update on the implementation of the promotional framework and follow-up to the Tripartite Declaration of Principles concerning Multinational Enterprises and Social Policy, including ILO collaboration with other intergovernmental and international organizations (325th Session, November 2015) Update on the implementation of the promotional framework and follow-up to the Tripartite Declaration of Principles concerning Multinational Enterprises and Social Policy, including ILO collaboration with other intergovernmental and international organizations (GB.325/POL/9) Decision on the ILO collaboration with other intergovernmental and international organizations in promoting the principles of the Tripartite Declaration of Principles concerning Multinational Enterprises and Social Policy (322th Session, November 2014) ILO collaboration with other intergovernmental and international organizations in promoting the principles of the Tripartite Declaration of Principles concerning Multinational Enterprises and Social Policy (GB.322/POL/8) Decision on the implementation strategy for the follow-up mechanism of and promotional activities on the Tripartite Declaration of Principles concerning Multinational Enterprises and Social Policy (MNE Declaration) (320th Session, March 2014) Implementation strategy for the follow-up mechanism of and promotional activities on the Tripartite Declaration of Principles concerning Multinational Enterprises and Social Policy (MNE Declaration) (GB.320/POL/10) Return to MNE Declaration home page Tools This content is available in español français 日本語 A A+ A++ Print Share this content in © 1996-2022 International Labour Organization (ILO) | Copyright and permissions  | Privacy policy | Fraud alert | Disclaimer   Skip to top
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In its 329th Session (March 2017) it adopted the revised Tripartite Declaration of Principles concerning Multinational Enterprises and Social Policy, which may be cited as the MNE Declaration. (...) The Governing Body invites governments of States Members of the ILO, the employers’ and workers’ organizations concerned and the multinational enterprises operating in their territories to observe the principles of the MNE Declaration. (...) Most recent decisions : Decision on Promotional activities with regard to the Tripartite Declaration of Principles concerning Multinational Enterprises and Social Policy and related developments outside the ILO (341st Session, March 2021) Promotional activities with regard to the Tripartite Declaration of Principles concerning Multinational Enterprises and Social Policy and related developments outside the ILO (GB.341/POL/5) Decision on the promotional activities concerning the Tripartite Declaration of Principles concerning Multinational Enterprises and Social Policy and related developments outside of the ILO (337th Session, October 2019 Promotional activities concerning the Tripartite Declaration of Principles concerning Multinational Enterprises and Social Policy and related developments outside of the ILO (GB.337/POL/3) Decision concerning the review of the MNE Declaration follow-up mechanism comprising promotional activities and an information-gathering system (332th Session, March 2018) Review of the MNE Declaration follow-up mechanism comprising promotional activities and an information-gathering system (GB.332/POL/6) Decision on the recommendations of the tripartite ad hoc working group concerning the review of the Tripartite Declaration of Principles concerning Multinational Enterprises and Social Policy text, annex and addenda and the interpretation procedure (329th Session, March 2017) Recommendations of the tripartite ad hoc working group concerning the review of the Tripartite Declaration of Principles concerning Multinational Enterprises and Social Policy text, annex and addenda and the interpretation procedure (GB.329/POL/7) Decision on the proposed modalities to review the Tripartite Declaration of Principles concerning Multinational Enterprises and Social Policy (326th Session, March 2016) Proposed modalities to review the Tripartite Declaration of Principles concerning Multinational Enterprises and Social Policy (GB.326/POL/8) Decision on the update on the implementation of the promotional framework and follow-up to the Tripartite Declaration of Principles concerning Multinational Enterprises and Social Policy, including ILO collaboration with other intergovernmental and international organizations (325th Session, November 2015) Update on the implementation of the promotional framework and follow-up to the Tripartite Declaration of Principles concerning Multinational Enterprises and Social Policy, including ILO collaboration with other intergovernmental and international organizations (GB.325/POL/9) Decision on the ILO collaboration with other intergovernmental and international organizations in promoting the principles of the Tripartite Declaration of Principles concerning Multinational Enterprises and Social Policy (322th Session, November 2014) ILO collaboration with other intergovernmental and international organizations in promoting the principles of the Tripartite Declaration of Principles concerning Multinational Enterprises and Social Policy (GB.322/POL/8) Decision on the implementation strategy for the follow-up mechanism of and promotional activities on the Tripartite Declaration of Principles concerning Multinational Enterprises and Social Policy (MNE Declaration) (320th Session, March 2014) Implementation strategy for the follow-up mechanism of and promotional activities on the Tripartite Declaration of Principles concerning Multinational Enterprises and Social Policy (MNE Declaration) (GB.320/POL/10) Return to MNE Declaration home page Tools This content is available in español français 日本語 A A+ A++ Print Share this content in © 1996-2022 International Labour Organization (ILO) | Copyright and permissions  | Privacy policy | Fraud alert | Disclaimer   Skip to top
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