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List of geographical coordinates of points Relevant article of UNCLOS : 47(9) LOSIC No. 16 Law of the Sea Bulletin No. 50 Communications received by the Secretary-General in connection with the deposit of charts and/or lists of geographical coordinates of points   N/A CONTINENTAL SHELF BEYOND 200 NAUTICAL MILES FROM THE BASELINES FROM WHICH THE BREADTH OF THE TERRITORIAL SEA IS MEASURED Joint submission by the Federated States of Micronesia, Papua New Guinea and Solomon Islands to the Commission on the Limits of the Continental Shelf made on 5 May 2009 - concerning the Ontong Java Plateau Preliminary information indicative of the outer limits of the continental shelf beyond 200 nautical miles in accordance with SPLOS/183 OTHER INFORMATION Legislation   Continental Shelf (Living Natural Resources) Act Act 1974, Chapter No. 210   Continental Shelf (Living Natural Resources) (National Seas), Act 1977, Act No. 5 of 7 February 1977 Amending the Continental Shelf (Living Natural Resources) Act 1974   National Seas Act 1977, Act No. 7 of 7 February 1977   Offshore Seas Proclamation 1978   Declaration of the baselines by method of coordinates of base points for purposes of the location of archipelagic baselines , 25 July 2002 Maritime boundary delimitation agreements  and other material with Australia   Treaty between Australia and the Independent State of Papua New Guinea concerning sovereignty and maritime boundaries in the area between the two countries, including the area known as Torres Strait, and related matters (with annexes) , 18 December 1978 (entry into force: 15 February 1985; registration #: 24238; registration date: 7 July 1986; link to UNTS ) with Indonesia   Agreement between the Government of Indonesia and the Government of Papua New Guinea Concerning the Maritime Boundary between the Republic of Indonesia and Papua New Guinea and Cooperation on related Matters, 13 December 1980 with Federated States of Micronesia   Amendment to the Treaty between the Federated States of Micronesia and the Independent State of Papua New Guinea concerning Maritime Boundaries and Cooperation on Related Matters, 7 September 2015 (entry into force: 18 March 2016; registration # 54917; registration date: 1 January 2018; link to UNTS ) with Solomon Islands   Treaty between the Independent State of Papua New Guinea and Solomon Islands Concerning Sovereignty, Maritime and Seabed Boundaries between the Two Countries, and Cooperation on Related Matters, 25 January 1989   Additional information: ► The repertory of the Law of the Sea Bulletins |► Declarations and statements |► FAO Fishlex |► ITLOS |► ICJ |► PCA - Cases | >>>Comments and suggestions? (...) The designations employed and the presentation of the material on this site do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of the Secretariat of the United Nations concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city or area or of its authorities, or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries. Publication on this site of information concerning developments relating to the law of the sea emanating from actions and decisions taken by States does not imply recognition by the United Nations of the validity of the actions and decisions in question.
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Score: 514734.96 - https://www.un.org/depts/los/L...ANDTREATIES/STATEFILES/PNG.htm
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Resolution 72 - Measurement concerns related to human exposure to electromagnetic fields Committed to connecting the world Español Français Sign In Search for: ITU About ITU Media Centre Events Publications Statistics Areas of Action Regional Presence Careers General Secretariat Radiocommunication Standardization Development ITU Telecom Members' Zone Join ITU You are here ITU > Home > ITU Publications > Standardization (ITU-T) > publications Share Resolution 72 - Measurement concerns related to human exposure to electromagnetic fields Shopping cart You are here Home > ITU Publications > Standardization (ITU-T) > WTSA Resolutions and Opinions > Resolution 72 - Measurement concerns related to human exposure to electromagnetic fields > Share Resolution 72 - Measurement concerns related to human exposure to electromagnetic fields Year: 2012 Persistent link: http://handle.itu.int/11.1002/pub/8082b9f6-en ITEM DETAIL ARTICLE PRICE ENGLISH     Free of charge DOWNLOAD       Free of charge DOWNLOAD ARABIC     Free of charge DOWNLOAD       Free of charge DOWNLOAD CHINESE     Free of charge DOWNLOAD       Free of charge DOWNLOAD SPANISH     Free of charge DOWNLOAD       Free of charge DOWNLOAD FRENCH     Free of charge DOWNLOAD       Free of charge DOWNLOAD RUSSIAN     Free of charge DOWNLOAD       Free of charge DOWNLOAD   QUICK LINKS Search publications New releases Featured Publication Notices Publication Catalogue Accessible publications Publications by Sector General Secretariat and ITU Telecom General Secretariat and Telecom General Conference Publications Policy and Market Analysis Terminology ITU TELECOM Publications ITU Journal on Future and Evolving Technologies ITU Journal: ICT Discoveries Radiocommunication (ITU-R) Radiocommunication (ITU-R) General Publications Regulatory Publications Conference Publications ITU-R Questions ITU-R Resolutions Service Publications ITU-R Recommendations ITU-R Reports Handbooks ITU-R Opinions Software and Databases Terminology Standardization (ITU-T) Standardization (ITU-T) General Regulations Resolutions and Opinions ITU-T Recommendations Service Publications Handbooks Proceedings Test charts Technical papers and tutorials Terminology Development (ITU-D) Development (ITU-D) General Publications on ICT Regulation, Economics and Finance Statistics and Indicators Study Groups Conference Publications Innovation Operators Least Developed Countries Handbooks E-Strategies Publications on human and institutional capacity building and digital inclusion Technology and Network Development   Further Information ITU Souvenirs ITU Resellers Conditions of sale FAQ Contact Follow us Twitter Facebook YouTube Flickr Linkedin Instagram Soundcloud Podcasts Spotify Spreaker TikTok © ITU All Rights Reserved Contact us Privacy notice Accessibility Report misconduct Back to top
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Score: 514727.64 - https://www.itu.int/pub/T-RES-T.72-2012
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Four of the conditions simply relate to the form of submission (paragraph 2(a), (c), (d) and (e)), while the remaining two conditions may require examination of the representation in greater depth: these relate to the industrial character of the association that is making the representation, on the one hand (paragraph 2(b)), and, on the other hand, the indication of in what respect the State concerned is alleged to have failed to secure the effective observance of the Convention to which the representation relates (paragraph 2(f)). 2 The representation must emanate from an industrial association of employers or workers (article 2, paragraph 2(b) of the Standing Orders) 9. (...) It is the practice for the report of the Officers of the Governing Body concerning the receivability of the recommendation to also include a recommendation concerning reference to a committee. (...) The powers of the tripartite committee during its examination of the representation are laid down in article 4. Article 5 concerns the rights of the Government concerned if the committee invites it to make a statement on the subject of the representation. 16.
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Score: 514608.6 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...ts/publication/wcms_822451.pdf
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Four of the conditions simply relate to the form of submission (paragraph 2(a), (c), (d) and (e)), while the remaining two conditions may require examination of the representation in greater depth: these relate to the industrial character of the association that is making the representation, on the one hand (paragraph 2(b)), and, on the other hand, the indication of in what respect the State concerned is alleged to have failed to secure the effective observance of the Convention to which the representation relates (paragraph 2(f)). 2 The representation must emanate from an industrial association of employers or workers (article 2, paragraph 2(b) of the Standing Orders) 9. (...) It is the practice for the report of the Officers of the Governing Body concerning the receivability of the recommendation to also include a recommendation concerning reference to a committee. (...) The powers of the tripartite committee during its examination of the representation are laid down in article 4. Article 5 concerns the rights of the Government concerned if the committee invites it to make a statement on the subject of the representation. 16.
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Score: 514608.6 - www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/grou...ts/publication/wcms_822451.pdf
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WTO | News - 2000 News items - General Council Implementation-Related Issues and Concerns 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 wto news 2000 news news item WTO NEWS: 2000 NEWS ITEMS WT/L/384 19 December 2000 (00-0000) General Council Implementation — Related Issues and Concerns Decision of 15 December 2000 SEE ALSO: press releases news archives Mike Moore's speeches Renato Ruggiero's speeches, 1995-99    > Report on consultations on request for extensions of the TRIMs transition periods (Statement by Mr. William Ehlers on behalf of Ambassador Pérez del Castillo) > Actions to Increase the Participation of Developing Country Members in the Work of Relevant International Standard-Setting Organizations (Oral Report by the Director-General Council) The General Council, Having regard to Articles IV.1, IV.2, IV.5 and IX.1 of the Marrakesh Agreement Establishing the World Trade Organization (WTO); Considering the importance which Members attach to implementation-related issues and concerns as reflected in paragraphs 8 and 9 of the Geneva Ministerial Declaration, in the preparatory process for the third Ministerial Conference and in numerous subsequent discussions in the General Council; Considering that the Decision of the General Council of 3 May 2000 provides that the General Council in Special Sessions shall address issues and concerns raised by Members in connection with the implementation of some WTO Agreements and Decisions; Recalling further that the Decision of 3 May 2000 provides that the General Council shall assess the existing difficulties, identify ways needed to resolve them, and take decisions for appropriate action; Taking into account the work programme on implementation issues agreed by the General Council at its first Special Session on 22 June 2000 which provides that, in the light of the progress made until then, the third Special Session will take decisions for appropriate action where possible; Recalling the mandate given to the Chairman of the Council for Trade in Goods and the consultations held on the issue of transition periods under the Agreement on Trade-Related Investment Measures; Taking into consideration the requests made to the Director-General to work with the relevant international standard-setting organizations and relevant intergovernmental organizations on the issue of the participation of developing countries in their work; Recalling further that the following implementation-related issues were referred to the relevant WTO bodies at the Special Session held on 18 October 2000: - in the area of Agriculture, the development of internationally agreed disciplines to govern the provision of export credits, export credit guarantees or insurance programmes pursuant to Article 10.2 of the Agreement on Agriculture, taking into account the provisions of paragraph 4 of the Decision on Measures Concerning the Possible Negative Effects of the Reform Programme on Least-Developed and Net Food-Importing Developing Countries; - in the area of Sanitary and Phytosanitary measures, the concerns of developing countries regarding the equivalence of such measures; - in the area of Technical Barriers to Trade, the problems faced by developing countries in both international standards and conformity assessment; - in the area of Customs Valuation, the idea of information exchange between customs administrations on export values in doubtful cases, the addition of the cost of services in Article 8:1(b)(iv) and aspects of the residual method of determining customs value under Article 7 of the Customs Valuation Agreement; and, - in the area of Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS), the issue of the relationship between the TRIPS Agreement and the Convention on Biological Diversity and the issue of the implementation of Article 66.2 of the Agreement on technology transfer. (...) Further Work The General Council's Decision of 3 May 2000 on Implementation-Related Issues is reaffirmed. The General Council shall address the outstanding implementation-related issues and concerns, including those set out in paragraphs 21 and 22 of the revised Draft Ministerial Text dated 19 October 1999 (Job(99)/5868/Rev.1), as well as any other implementation-related issues raised by Members, as envisaged in the Decision of 3 May and the work programme agreed on 22 June 2000, with a view to completing the process no later than the Fourth Session of the Ministerial Conference.  
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Score: 514418.65 - https://www.wto.org/english/ne...gc_finaldecision_15dec00_e.htm
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OMC | Nouvelles 2000 - General Council Implementation — Related Issues and Concerns ORGANISATION MONDIALE DU COMMERCE Accueil   |  L’OMC   |  Nouvelles et événements   |  Domaines   |  Membres de l’OMC   |  Documents et ressources   |  Relations extérieures Contactez-nous   |  Plan du site   |  A-Z   |  Recherche english     español accueil nouvelles nouvelles 2000 nouvelles NOUVELLES: NOUVELLES 2000 WT/L/384 19 December 2000 (00-0000) General Council Implementation — Related Issues and Concerns Decision of 15 December 2000 VOIR AUSSI: Communiqués de presse Nouvelles Allocutions: Mike Moore Allocutions: Renato Ruggiero 1995-1999 > Report on consultations on request for extensions of the TRIMs transition periods (Statement by Mr. William Ehlers on behalf of Ambassador Pérez del Castillo) > Actions to Increase the Participation of Developing Country Members in the Work of Relevant International Standard-Setting Organizations (Oral Report by the Director-General Council) The General Council, Having regard to Articles IV.1, IV.2, IV.5 and IX.1 of the Marrakesh Agreement Establishing the World Trade Organization (WTO); Considering the importance which Members attach to implementation-related issues and concerns as reflected in paragraphs 8 and 9 of the Geneva Ministerial Declaration, in the preparatory process for the third Ministerial Conference and in numerous subsequent discussions in the General Council; Considering that the Decision of the General Council of 3 May 2000 provides that the General Council in Special Sessions shall address issues and concerns raised by Members in connection with the implementation of some WTO Agreements and Decisions; Recalling further that the Decision of 3 May 2000 provides that the General Council shall assess the existing difficulties, identify ways needed to resolve them, and take decisions for appropriate action; Taking into account the work programme on implementation issues agreed by the General Council at its first Special Session on 22 June 2000 which provides that, in the light of the progress made until then, the third Special Session will take decisions for appropriate action where possible; Recalling the mandate given to the Chairman of the Council for Trade in Goods and the consultations held on the issue of transition periods under the Agreement on Trade-Related Investment Measures; Taking into consideration the requests made to the Director-General to work with the relevant international standard-setting organizations and relevant intergovernmental organizations on the issue of the participation of developing countries in their work; Recalling further that the following implementation-related issues were referred to the relevant WTO bodies at the Special Session held on 18 October 2000: - in the area of Agriculture, the development of internationally agreed disciplines to govern the provision of export credits, export credit guarantees or insurance programmes pursuant to Article 10.2 of the Agreement on Agriculture, taking into account the provisions of paragraph 4 of the Decision on Measures Concerning the Possible Negative Effects of the Reform Programme on Least-Developed and Net Food-Importing Developing Countries; - in the area of Sanitary and Phytosanitary measures, the concerns of developing countries regarding the equivalence of such measures; - in the area of Technical Barriers to Trade, the problems faced by developing countries in both international standards and conformity assessment; - in the area of Customs Valuation, the idea of information exchange between customs administrations on export values in doubtful cases, the addition of the cost of services in Article 8:1(b)(iv) and aspects of the residual method of determining customs value under Article 7 of the Customs Valuation Agreement; and, - in the area of Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS), the issue of the relationship between the TRIPS Agreement and the Convention on Biological Diversity and the issue of the implementation of Article 66.2 of the Agreement on technology transfer. (...) Further Work   The General Council's Decision of 3 May 2000 on Implementation-Related Issues is reaffirmed. The General Council shall address the outstanding implementation-related issues and concerns, including those set out in paragraphs 21 and 22 of the revised Draft Ministerial Text dated 19 October 1999 (Job(99)/5868/Rev.1), as well as any other implementation-related issues raised by Members, as envisaged in the Decision of 3 May and the work programme agreed on 22 June 2000, with a view to completing the process no later than the Fourth Session of the Ministerial Conference.  
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Score: 514418.65 - https://www.wto.org/french/new...gc_finaldecision_15dec00_f.htm
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Latest developments | Obligations concerning Negotiations relating to Cessation of the Nuclear Arms Race and to Nuclear Disarmament (Marshall Islands v. (...) United Kingdom) - Fixing of time-limits for the filing of initial pleadings Available in: English French Press release 2015/16 23 June 2015 Obligations concerning Negotiations relating to Cessation of the Nuclear Arms Race and to Nuclear Disarmament (Marshall Islands v. (...) United Kingdom) - Conclusion of public hearings on the preliminary objections raised by the United Kingdom Available in: English French Press release 2016/31 5 October 2016 Obligations concerning Negotiations relating to Cessation of the Nuclear Arms Race and to Nuclear Disarmament (Marshall Islands v.
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Score: 514286.43 - https://www.icj-cij.org/en/case/160
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Latest developments | Obligations concerning Negotiations relating to Cessation of the Nuclear Arms Race and to Nuclear Disarmament (Marshall Islands v. (...) India) - Extension of the time−limit for the filing of India's Counter−Memorial Available in: English French Press release 2016/1 29 January 2016 Obligations concerning Negotiations relating to Cessation of the Nuclear Arms Race and to Nuclear Disarmament (Marshall Islands v. (...) India) - Conclusion of public hearings on the question of jurisdiction Available in: English French Press release 2016/29 5 October 2016 Obligations concerning Negotiations relating to Cessation of the Nuclear Arms Race and to Nuclear Disarmament (Marshall Islands v.
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Score: 514286.43 - https://www.icj-cij.org/en/case/158
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The degree of autonomy of entities within multinational enterprises in relation to each other varies widely from one such enterprise to another, depending on the nature of the links between such entities and their fields of activity and having regard to the great diversity in the form of ownership, in the size, in the nature and location of the operations of the enterprises concerned. (...) In particular, they should make known to those concerned any special hazards and related protective measures associated with new products and processes. (...) Industrial relations 41. Multinational enterprises should observe standards of industrial relations not less favourable than those observed by comparable employers in the country concerned.
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Score: 513984.67 - www.ilo.org/public/engl...lm/gb/docs/gb294/pdf/mne-2.pdf
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The degree of autonomy of entities within multinational enterprises in relation to each other varies widely from one such enterprise to another, depending on the nature of the links between such entities and their fields of activity and having regard to the great diversity in the form of ownership, in the size, in the nature and location of the operations of the enterprises concerned. (...) In particular, they should make known to those concerned any special hazards and related protective measures associated with new products and processes. (...) Industrial relations 41. Multinational enterprises should observe standards of industrial relations not less favourable than those observed by comparable employers in the country concerned.
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Score: 513984.67 - https://www.ilo.org/public/eng...lm/gb/docs/gb294/pdf/mne-2.pdf
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