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In contrast to international staff whose pay scale is determined directly by the International Civil Service Commission (ICSC) based on the prevailing conditions in the international labour market, the LSSC follows guidelines issued by the ICSC using local market conditions as their benchmark. 10. (...) In reply, the Respondent submitted that the Manual does not create an entitlement to adjust salary scales based on an FES, but rather creates an option for such a survey to be used at the discretion of the agency in extremely rare circumstances and “only after the complete collapse of the labour market.” (...) UNDT/2013/096 Page 20 of 21 local legislation, and /or created by direct payment of comparator employers 98.
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Score: 945935.9 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2013-096.pdf
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He worked for his company at nights and on weekends and he entered into a service contract with Up Beat Marketing to build stands for the August 2009 exposition without authorization from the BINUB administration. (...) The documentary evidence such as the contract, dated 25 July 2009, signed between the Applicant and the CEO of Up Beat Marketing for the construction of 83 stands and the complaint filed by the Applicant against Up Beat Marketing for non- payment of the fees agreed in the contract show that the Applicant entered into a contract related to an assignment he had been requested to perform as a United Nations staff member. 28. (...) The legal instruments applicable at the time of his recruitment and at the time he entered into the contract with Up Beat Marketing on 25 July 2009, were as follows: 33.
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Score: 814747.46 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2014-001.pdf
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Lebo because Monsi would think he was trying to create a fight between them. He did not report to Mr. Ndugutu because he would be perceived as creating a problem between Monsi and Ndugutu. He did not want to create problems for other people’s jobs. 27. (...) They then went to the market, bought cement and wood. When they returned from the market with the materials and reported to Rajabu, Rajabu called Monsi and showed him the materials.
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Score: 743463.04 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2019-001.pdf
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In our opinion National Regulatory Authorities should concentrate on creating appropriate conditions for effective competitions in the wholesale market. (...) First of all, National Regulatory Authorities should shape conditions for effective competition in the wholesale market between telecommunications undertakings. Such an activity should naturally create effective competition in the retail market. (...) Pricing National Regulatory Authorities should refrain from imposing any prices, except for transitional remedial activities in order to create effective competition in the market. Effective competition in the wholesale market should lead to price changes in the retail market that are favorable for the consumer.
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Score: 727861.23 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/treg...SR/GSR07/contributions/pol.pdf
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Retail market for IR services in home country:  MNOs and MVNOs supplying IR services to their subscribers  Subscribers demanding IR services Wholesale market for IR services:  Domestic MNOs supplying IR wholesale services to MNO and MVNOs of other countries  These markets are shown in following picture (2-country example) IR Markets COUNTRY A: MNOs: A1,A2,A3 COUNTRY B: MNOs: B1,B2 Country A IR Retail market: A1,A2,A3 Subscribers of A1, A2, A3 Country A IR Wholesale market: Supply: A1,A2,A3 Demand: B1,B2 Country B IR Retail market: B1,B2,B3 Subscribers of B1, B2, B3 Country B IR Wholesale market: Supply: B1,B2 Demand: A1,A2,A3 IR Markets  Remarks:  Retail markets: subscribers of a certain MNO can only buy IR services from his MNO; „bundled“ service  Contracts on the wholesale markets are normally reciprocal:  If An buys wholesale IR services from Bm, Bm will buy wholesale IR from An  Regulation of retail market in Country A depends on results of the market process of wholesale market in Country B and vice versa  Regulation of wholesale market in Country A creates benefits only for subscribers in Country B. Which regulator would like to regulate a market without creating benefits for domestic customers? (...) Very delicate issue in case of joint dominance.  The other problem is the fact that intervention in the wholesale markets will not directly create benefits for the mobile users of a country.
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Score: 727717.4 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/fina...df/Session7_Otruba-IntRoam.pdf
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Proposed structure for the ITU Report on Question 11/1 Acknowledgments Part seq Part_ \* Arabic 1 : Introduction/statement of the problem ½ page Factors to create a climate favorable to investments Complete statement of the question is attached Part seq Part_ \* Arabic 2 : General factors creating a favorable climate for investment 1 page max Economic, financial and social conditions based among others on ITU documentation: E.g. Human capital, macro stability, political stability, legislation & rule of law, infrastructure, access to information infrastructure and services, public health facilities, geographical location and social climate (see also SUBTDAG-1/3-E) Part seq Part_ \* Arabic 3 : Unsatisfied demand for Telecommunication services is large in developing countries 1 page Factors influencing market demand ? · In many developing countries’ markets there is an unsatisfied demand for plain telephony (illustrated by waiting lists, flourishing black markets, rapid expansion of wireless in countries liberalizing their sector) · Large unsatisfied market for non-subscribers · Low penetration of telephony services and information infrastructure gap between rich and poor countries · Payment capacity of the population? (...) Wireless-wireline, Data-voice, Plain vanilla services – VAS) Part seq Part_ \* Arabic 5 : Market failures need intervention using market-based mechanisms 3-4 pages In developing countries where it is difficult to make telecommunications profitable commercially viable in an open environment, using intervention with market mechanisms can still attract private investors · Universal Service obligations · Rural areas · Urban poor Public programs and initiatives to stimulate the use of telecommunication services (e.g. citizen tele-assistance services) Part seq Part_ \* Arabic 6 : Creating regional or subregional telecommunication markets 1-2 pages How to create regional or subregional telecommunication markets with sufficient critical mass to enable returns on infrastructure investment on a larger scale than on the local level.
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Score: 726855.96 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/stud...G1/Documents/1999/000/071e.doc
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Fail, recalibrate, adapt, achieve: how Yapasa used the market systems approach to create opportunities for Zambia's rural youth Type: Publication Date issued: 30 September 2019 Contact(s): thelab@ilo.org Download: Fail, recalibrate, adapt, achieve: how Yapasa used the market systems approach to create opportunities for Zambia's rural youth pdf - 0.9 MB Short description It seems like an increasing number of development initiatives have set-out to create youth employment in small-scale agriculture, however, creating these opportunities is easier said than done. (...) That raises the question, can opportunities for rural youth in agriculture be created? The Yapasa project in Zambia set-out to not only find these opportunities for rural youth but also create them using the market systems approach. (...) The process was slow and difficult, but in the end, Yapasa managed to address some key market constraints – which plague smallholder farmers the world over – to support over 14,000 rural businesses and improve more than 5,000 jobs, 2,000 of which were for youth.
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Score: 722962.06 - https://www.ilo.org/empent/are...WCMS_722054/lang--en/index.htm
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Brief A Systemic Approach to Creating More and Better Jobs Type: Publication Date issued: 10 December 2019 Download: A Systemic Approach to Creating More and Better Jobs pdf - 3.4 MB Short description Decent work is challenge that is both important and complex. (...) See also: SME Measurement Toolkit Value Chain Development for Decent Work: How to create employment and improve working conditions in targeted sectors Sector Selection for Decent Work: Tips, Tricks and Tools Market systems facilitation, how good are you? Market Systems and Job Quality: What Do We Know and What Can We Do About it ?
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Score: 721608.4 - https://www.ilo.org/empent/Pro...WCMS_732125/lang--en/index.htm
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But his opinion was that such markets were the result rather than the cause of economic development; there was a lot of debate among economists about market imperfections and market failure, but his problem with that was that the benchmark for such talk was a perfect market economy that didn't exist and didn't in any case offer a theory of market development. The question was how did these markets get started?What you needed was a theory of innovation, Mr. (...) He felt it was important that it be understood that market forces had to be regulated -- as markets developed and became more active and powerful, regulation became necessary.
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Score: 720492.5 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DAM/press/pr2001/01gen13e.htm
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Re-establish country fact sheets Phase XI Create CFP market database Phase XII Create links to other sites from the MIS Phase XIII Build in presentation options as in EFIS The Working Party is invited to review and comment on the Market Information System development, and suggest priorities for the future phases, further improvements and resources to accomplish those improvements. (...) The aim is to create a web-based system for users to obtain the forest products market information from UNECE/FAO Geneva that they want and need. (...) Proposal requested ? 11 Create CFP market database Rametsteiner Proposal requested ?
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Score: 719825.5 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...r/docs/stats-25/supp/WA1-3.doc
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