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Wage policy reforms in non-State sector 2 8. Regularity of MW adjustment and predictability: ILO’s standard recommendation is that MW adjustment should be made regularly. Irregular adjustments of MW have three main problems: 1) it undermines predictability of MW fixing, and unpredictability tend to create unfavorable environment for enterprise planning and development; 2) if MW adjustment are made after a few years of no adjustments, it requires abrupt and large adjustments, which creates shock for enterprises, and; 3) as a result, the decision to make adjustment more difficult. (...) In the world, there are many different practices of giving legal effects to minimum wage adjustments. In some countries, MWs are decided by collective agreements through collective bargaining, without Government intervention, and collective agreements creates binding effects in given sector or regions, which can be enforced by labour inspection.
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Score: 1057560.5 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...ts/publication/wcms_628974.pdf
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Wage policy reforms in non-State sector 2 8. Regularity of MW adjustment and predictability: ILO’s standard recommendation is that MW adjustment should be made regularly. Irregular adjustments of MW have three main problems: 1) it undermines predictability of MW fixing, and unpredictability tend to create unfavorable environment for enterprise planning and development; 2) if MW adjustment are made after a few years of no adjustments, it requires abrupt and large adjustments, which creates shock for enterprises, and; 3) as a result, the decision to make adjustment more difficult. (...) In the world, there are many different practices of giving legal effects to minimum wage adjustments. In some countries, MWs are decided by collective agreements through collective bargaining, without Government intervention, and collective agreements creates binding effects in given sector or regions, which can be enforced by labour inspection.
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Score: 1057560.5 - www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/grou...ts/publication/wcms_628974.pdf
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In  effect,  the  participants are joint owners of the created or acquired property or services. CCAs are  used  to  create  property,  including  intangible  property,  where  the  benefits  are  predicable at the outset.   26.   (...) If  there  is  no  corresponding  adjustment,  the MNE will  suffer double  taxation.  (...) Countries should try to avoid such double taxation, though in some cases there  may be legitimate reasons why a corresponding adjustment is not given, or is less than  the original adjustment.  
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Score: 1035678.5 - https://www.un.org/esa/ffd/wp-...Chapter2_BusinessFramework.pdf
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The FRA updates the active bit-loading table by providing adjustments to the baseline bit-loading table. These adjustments are defined per sub-band by the receiver and conveyed over the RMC using receiver initiated FRA request command (see Table 9-10 and Table 9-11). (...) The following rules shall apply to avoid the need to update table t': – No new subcarriers with bi =1 shall be created as a result of the implementation of FRA. After applying the adjustments required by the FRA, subcarriers resulting in loading values bi =1 shall be zeroed (bi =0).
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Score: 1022744 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica.../files/basic-html/page984.html
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Score: 1021165.8 - https://www.unjspf.org/how-to-register-for-mss-tutorial/
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In effect, the participants are joint owners of the created or acquired property or services. CCAs are used to create property, including intangible property, where the benefits are predicable at the outset. 23. (...) If in one country an MNE’s transfer prices are adjusted, resulting in a higher taxable profit, the associated enterprise in the other country should receive corresponding adjustment, resulting in a lower taxable profit. If there is a corresponding adjustment is rejected, the MNE will suffer double taxation.
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Score: 1018475.2 - https://www.un.org/esa/ffd/wp-..._ManualTransferPricing_Ch2.pdf
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Similarly, replica servers frequency, number of replicas, and trackable caches also keep a list of replica origins from where the holding a record) by monitoring them periodically, records have been replicated (also known as anchor and then decides if more resources have to be assigned points). to create new replicas for distributing workloads, or (d) Record lookup: When a client needs the record of an assigned resources to existing servers must be adjusted IoT device, it sends a record lookup request to a to meet the changing workload. nearly cache server securely and receives a response (4) Private directory: It provides a proxy gateway message containing the record. (...) The latter (a) Record registration: A record is created when an IoT approach is better suited for resource-constrained IoT device/object finishes its initial configuration and gets devices because they are not required to involve in the connected to the network. (...) The (g) Resource provisioning: This process runs in the privacy/identity of the record is well-protected by resource controller to allocate and adjust hardware and encrypting messages exchanged between the private software resources on-demand.
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Score: 1012252.9 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica.../files/basic-html/page128.html
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The main message is the necessity for the public sector to create an enabling policy and legal environment for climate-smart agriculture. (...) This module is intended mainly for national, subnational and local policy makers who need guidance for adjusting and harmonizing policies, programmes or action plans (e.g. agriculture, environment and climate policies) to create an enabling environment that promotes a transition to climate-smart agriculture. (...) This can be done using ex ante and ex post policy analysis, and where necessary, adjusting policies and their implementation mechanisms, or designing new policies that provide better support to the scaling up of climate-smart agriculture.
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Score: 1009529.8 - https://www.fao.org/climate-sm...ule-c3-policy/chapter-c3-2/ar/
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The main message is the necessity for the public sector to create an enabling policy and legal environment for climate-smart agriculture. (...) This module is intended mainly for national, subnational and local policy makers who need guidance for adjusting and harmonizing policies, programmes or action plans (e.g. agriculture, environment and climate policies) to create an enabling environment that promotes a transition to climate-smart agriculture. (...) This can be done using ex ante and ex post policy analysis, and where necessary, adjusting policies and their implementation mechanisms, or designing new policies that provide better support to the scaling up of climate-smart agriculture.
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Score: 1009529.8 - https://www.fao.org/climate-sm...ule-c3-policy/chapter-c3-2/en/
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The main message is the necessity for the public sector to create an enabling policy and legal environment for climate-smart agriculture. (...) This module is intended mainly for national, subnational and local policy makers who need guidance for adjusting and harmonizing policies, programmes or action plans (e.g. agriculture, environment and climate policies) to create an enabling environment that promotes a transition to climate-smart agriculture. (...) This can be done using ex ante and ex post policy analysis, and where necessary, adjusting policies and their implementation mechanisms, or designing new policies that provide better support to the scaling up of climate-smart agriculture.
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Score: 1009529.8 - https://www.fao.org/climate-sm...ule-c3-policy/chapter-c3-2/ru/
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