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Secondary wholesale markets tend to be located in districts or regional cities and take the bulk of their produce from local capture fisheries or aquaculture producers. (...) Product may also be assembled for export. The traders tend to be well-organized and a commodity exchange may exist for forward trading. (...) At other wholesale markets, products may be stored in bulk in chill, cold stores or appropriate dried fish storage areas for periods of time. Product tends to be bought from wholesalers in bulk for subsequent retail sale.
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Score: 709895.46 - https://www.fao.org/flw-in-fis...ains/value-chain/wholesale/en/
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. ∈ ⎢ 2 + ⎥ ⎢ ⎥ Proposition 2 Function ( , ) has the following proper‑ ⎣ ⎦ + ties: (25) (a) ( , ) is continuous in > 0 and ≥ 0; 1 In the following proposition we establish monotonicity of ̃ ( , ) on parameters and , and reduce Equation (16) (b) for a ixed > 0, ( , ) is decreasing in from in in‑ and Equation (17) to a ixed point equation. ity for ↓ 0 to zero for ↑ ∞; Proposition 3 Function ̃ ( , ) has the following proper‑ (c) for a ixed > 0, ( , ) is decreasing in from ties: ̃ 1 (a) ( , ) is continuous in > 0 and ≥ 0; ( , 0) = 1 + 1 + 4 for = 0 2 ℎ (b) for a ixed > 0, ̃ ( , ) is decreasing in from for ∈ (18) = 0 to zero for ≥ where is the unique positive to root of the equation 3/2 ( , ∞) = for ↑ ∞; (19) + = (26) ℎ ∈ with (d) for a ixed ≥ 0 there exists the unique = Ω( ) such 1/2 that = 2Ω , = 2 max ℎ and = min ℎ ; (Ω( ), ) = . (20) 0 ∈ ∈ 3/2 Moreover, Ω( ) ∈ [Ω , Ω ] and Ω( ) can be found via (27) ∞ 0 the bisection method; (c) for a ixed > 0, ̃ ( , ) is increasing in and tends (e) Ω( ) is continuous and decreasing from Ω for = 0 to for ↑ ∞; 0 to Ω ∞ for ↑ ∞, where Ω is the unique root of the 0 equation: (d) function 1 ( ) ≜ ̃ (Ω( ), ) (28) 1 + 1 + 4 Ω = (21) 0 2Ω 0 ℎ ∈ is decreasing in from for = 0 to zero for ≥ , and (e) The following ixed point equation has the unique pos‑ 2 itive root : ∗ Ω ∞ = 2 . (22) ∗ ∗ ∈ ℎ ( )/ = . (29) This root can be found via the bisection method with The proof can be found in Appendix 9.3. [0, ] as the initial localization interval for such . ∗ 1 ↓ denotes that tends to decreasingly. Similarly, ↑ denotes that tends to increasingly. The proof can be found in Appendix 9.4. 104 © International Telecommunication Union, 2021     115     116     117     118     119     120     121     122     123     124     125          
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. ∈ ⎢ 2 + ⎥ ⎢ ⎥ Proposition 2 Function ( , ) has the following proper‑ ⎣ ⎦ + ties: (25) (a) ( , ) is continuous in > 0 and ≥ 0; 1 In the following proposition we establish monotonicity of ̃ ( , ) on parameters and , and reduce Equation (16) (b) for a ixed > 0, ( , ) is decreasing in from in in‑ and Equation (17) to a ixed point equation. ity for ↓ 0 to zero for ↑ ∞; Proposition 3 Function ̃ ( , ) has the following proper‑ (c) for a ixed > 0, ( , ) is decreasing in from ties: ̃ 1 (a) ( , ) is continuous in > 0 and ≥ 0; ( , 0) = 1 + 1 + 4 for = 0 2 ℎ (b) for a ixed > 0, ̃ ( , ) is decreasing in from for ∈ (18) = 0 to zero for ≥ where is the unique positive to root of the equation 3/2 ( , ∞) = for ↑ ∞; (19) + = (26) ℎ ∈ with (d) for a ixed ≥ 0 there exists the unique = Ω( ) such 1/2 that = 2Ω , = 2 max ℎ and = min ℎ ; (Ω( ), ) = . (20) 0 ∈ ∈ 3/2 Moreover, Ω( ) ∈ [Ω , Ω ] and Ω( ) can be found via (27) ∞ 0 the bisection method; (c) for a ixed > 0, ̃ ( , ) is increasing in and tends (e) Ω( ) is continuous and decreasing from Ω for = 0 to for ↑ ∞; 0 to Ω ∞ for ↑ ∞, where Ω is the unique root of the 0 equation: (d) function 1 ( ) ≜ ̃ (Ω( ), ) (28) 1 + 1 + 4 Ω = (21) 0 2Ω 0 ℎ ∈ is decreasing in from for = 0 to zero for ≥ , and (e) The following ixed point equation has the unique pos‑ 2 itive root : ∗ Ω ∞ = 2 . (22) ∗ ∗ ∈ ℎ ( )/ = . (29) This root can be found via the bisection method with The proof can be found in Appendix 9.3. [0, ] as the initial localization interval for such . ∗ 1 ↓ denotes that tends to decreasingly. Similarly, ↑ denotes that tends to increasingly. The proof can be found in Appendix 9.4. 104 © International Telecommunication Union, 2021     115     116     117     118     119     120     121     122     123     124     125          
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In  the  case  of  net  importers,  price  increases  tend  to  reduce  food  consumption  by  the  poorer segments.  (...) In these cases growing pressure tends to be exerted on the  capital  and  financial  accounts,  and  therefore  standard  (trade‐related)  balance‐of‐payments problems are likely to emerge (...) The evidence has  so far tended to confirm this; we do not know if it will be so in the future.  
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Score: 708683.6 - https://www.cepal.org/sites/de...pm-revised-sintrackchanges.pdf
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Earthquakes are also known in the region and their implications are very severe as the building and planning codes did not integrate this type of natural disasters since they are not very frequent and tend to be forgotten. Tornados and typhoons are not common in the region as the climate tends to be more settled with little variability throughout the year. (...) Once the community settles after the disaster women tend to suffer more the consequences as they can lose their privacy, income generating activity with little mobility to seek other jobs as they are always tied with their families. (...) More women are participating in NGOs, as they tend to function away from the cumbersome rules and regulations of the government.
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Score: 707995.56 - https://www.un.org/womenwatch/...ge/documents/EP3-2001Oct22.pdf
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ADMINISTRATION OF THE TRUST TERRITORY OF WESTERN SAMOA : REPORT OF THE GOVERNMENT OF NEW ZEALAND FOR THE YEAR 1957 : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
Most Samoans live in some 400 foreshore villages where popula- tions range from one hundred to five hundred, while Europeans and part Europeans tend to congregate round the Apia area. Except for the New Zealand Maoris the Samoans are the largest branch of the Polynesian race and speak a Polynesian dialect.
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Score: 707580.2 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc....nsf/get?open&DS=A/3887&Lang=E
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Secondary wholesale markets tend to be located in districts or regional cities and take the bulk of their produce from local capture fisheries or aquaculture producers. (...) Product may also be assembled for export. The traders tend to be well-organized and a commodity exchange may exist for forward trading. (...) At other wholesale markets, products may be stored in bulk in chill, cold stores or appropriate dried fish storage areas for periods of time. Product tends to be bought from wholesalers in bulk for subsequent retail sale.
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Score: 704430.27 - https://www.fao.org/flw-in-fis...chainsvalue-chainwholesale/ar/
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Secondary wholesale markets tend to be located in districts or regional cities and take the bulk of their produce from local capture fisheries or aquaculture producers. (...) Product may also be assembled for export. The traders tend to be well-organized and a commodity exchange may exist for forward trading. (...) At other wholesale markets, products may be stored in bulk in chill, cold stores or appropriate dried fish storage areas for periods of time. Product tends to be bought from wholesalers in bulk for subsequent retail sale.
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Score: 704430.27 - https://www.fao.org/flw-in-fis...chainsvalue-chainwholesale/ru/
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In comparison to other regions, the countries in the Middle East region tend to have the lowest proportion of women delegates in disarmament forums. (...) Institutional culture The field of international security and disarmament tends to promote people from national security institutions (e.g. the military), where women have been traditionally excluded. (...) Work-life balance and socio-cultural expectations The nature of the work in international security involves frequent travel, work in remote areas and frequent relocation, which can represent additional barriers for women, as they tend to shoulder more household responsibilities than men.
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Score: 704430.27 - https://www.unidir.org/sites/d...ional_Security_Disarmament.pdf
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In nutrient poor environments bacteria tend to be much smaller in size than those grown in laboratory cultures. (...) Bacteria are able to respond rapidly to changes in their environment and tend to be active in nutrient rich environments where there is high turnover in nutrients but which are poor in organic matter. (...) In this zone, the plants produce a large amount of nutrient which is continuously exuded through their roots and into the surrounding soil (root exudates). Bacteria tend not to be found free living in the space between soil particles where they would be susceptible to predation by protozoa.
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Score: 704430.27 - https://www.fao.org/agricultur...organisms/by-type/bacteria/fr/
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