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Financing Personal savings; family; commercial bank; loan sharks; member fees; customers; micro-credit etc. Independent (source)Dependent (source) Mobile Distributor –carters, tankers - buy water from borehole or well and deliver door-to-door Mobile/Distributor – carters, tankers - buy water from network (direct or indirect) and deliver door-to-door Point Source/ Retail Outlet - sink borehole well and install standpipe, sell water directly to customers who purchase by jerrican/drum Point Source/Retail Outlet - extend utility network to tap, water sold to customers by the jerrican/drum - sell water from house connection Piped own networks – - develop own source and reticulate to customers through house connection and/or standpipe Piped sub-networks - extend utility network, buy water in bulk, install house connections within utility service area C U S T O M E R S / H O U S E H O L D S W A TE R S U PP LY C H A IN 1st Ti er 2n d Ti er 3r d Ti er $ $ $ $ Typology of SPSPs Author’s elaboration based on Kariuki and Schwartz, 2004 Access Situation in Africa UNDP & UNICEF. (2002). (...) RegulationRegulatory Issues (1) Regulatory IssuesDependent (source) Transport license and vehicle regulations Mobile/Distributor – carters, tankers - buy water from network (direct or indirect) and deliver door-to-door Operator performance incentivesPoint Source/Retail Outlet - extend utility network to tap, water sold to customers by the jerrican/drum - sell water from house connection Customer agreementsPiped sub-networks - extend utility network, buy water in bulk, install house connections within utility service area - Contract with utility - Bulk water rate - Business / Operating licenses - Consumer tariffs - Service quality Regulatory IssuesIndependent (source) Transport license and vehicle regulations Mobile Distributor –carters, tankers - buy water from borehole or well and deliver door-to-door Point Source/ Retail Outlet - sink borehole well and install standpipe, sell water directly to customers who purchase by jerrican/drum Land title deeds Resale permits Customer agreements Piped own networks – - develop own source and reticulate to customers through house connection and/or standpipe Regulatory Issues (2) - Abstraction permits - Business / Operating licenses - Bulk water quality testing - Consumer tariffs - Service quality Policy Framework The nature of policy, legislative and regulatory frameworks for SPSPs would vary based on the Source of Water – dependent or independent on one axis and Technology/System – PNOs, PSs, MDs on the other SPSP could be: Autonomous, as that is their source of innovation; Partner with the utility; Extension of the utility Explicit policy towards SPSPs existence and role be created to provide: The basis for laws, regulations, institutional roles and allocation of resources Should be developed through open, structured, ongoing dialogue among all stakeholders: SPSPs, principal utility, regulator, government and consumers. (...) The policy framework approach has to be formulated individually based on national and local context, type of provider etc.
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Score: 836719.5 - https://www.un.org/esa/sustdev...ica/presentations/abdullah.pdf
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Thus, they will make cybersecurity a core part of their overall business strategy, taking into account the existing security industry trends and evolving criminal tactics and couple those factors with the organization’s risk tolerance, security program maturity, a holistic security strategy and, most importantly, business targets,” says Jan Edward Tañeca, Market Analyst – Imaging, Printing, Document Solutions (IPDS), IDC Philippines. #5: Information-Based Products.  By 2020, revenue growth from information-based products will be double that of the rest of the product/service portfolio for a quarter of the top 1,000 Philippine companies. (...) Additionally, a successful community will create brand champions or advocates and will not only recommend the product or the service to customers but will help solve customer problems on behalf of the brand. (...) IDC’s analysis and insight helps IT professionals, business executives, and the investment community to make fact-based technology decisions and to achieve their key business objectives.
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Score: 836453.7 - https://publicadministration.u...redictions-for-2017-and-Beyond
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Thus, they will make cybersecurity a core part of their overall business strategy, taking into account the existing security industry trends and evolving criminal tactics and couple those factors with the organization’s risk tolerance, security program maturity, a holistic security strategy and, most importantly, business targets,” says Jan Edward Tañeca, Market Analyst – Imaging, Printing, Document Solutions (IPDS), IDC Philippines. #5: Information-Based Products.  By 2020, revenue growth from information-based products will be double that of the rest of the product/service portfolio for a quarter of the top 1,000 Philippine companies. (...) Additionally, a successful community will create brand champions or advocates and will not only recommend the product or the service to customers but will help solve customer problems on behalf of the brand. (...) IDC’s analysis and insight helps IT professionals, business executives, and the investment community to make fact-based technology decisions and to achieve their key business objectives.
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Score: 836453.7 - https://publicadministration.u...-Survey-in-Media/ID/1890/Files
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Capacity Building for Trade Facilitation Implementation Korea Prepared by: So Young Yang, Deputy Director, Korea Customs Service, Oct.14.2011 I. KCS(Korea Customs Service)’ Activities in line with WCO capacity building a. (...) II. Customs Border Control Training Center of Korea a. (...) This program is to be used by our own officials and also foreign customs’ trainees visiting KCS. In addition, KCS plans to develop e-learning module based on this CASTP, and disseminate it through WCO.
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Score: 835960.4 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr..._e/case_studies_e/ta_kor_e.doc
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Customs values determined under the provisions of Article 7 should, to the greatest extent possible, be based on previously determined customs values. (...) The parties' arguments concerning Thai Customs' valuation of the entries at issue are therefore based on the specific principles to be applied in using the deductive valuation method as prescribed in Article 5."7 5. (...) Based on the text of Article 7.3, the Panel in Thailand – Cigarettes (Philippines) observed that the customs authority must inform the importer of the customs value determined and the method used under Article 7 to determine such value when there is a request from an importer.
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Score: 835717.4 - https://www.wto.org/english/re...s_e/ai17_e/cusval_art7_jur.pdf
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What is Russian Customs Border? Single Window Development Single Window Development and Implementationand Implementation Experience of Experience of the Russian Federationthe Russian Federation Workshop on United Nations electronic documents for Single Window Facilities in Asia and the Pacific 10-14 December 2007 Bangkok, Thailand What is Russian Customs What is Russian Customs Border today? (...) Single administrative document based on EU standards substituted previously used customs declaration form Drafts of several governmental acts prepared concerning common requirements for establishing, construction, reconstruction and equipment of cross-border check-points, co-operation methods, kinds of state control carried out in check-points and other vitally important aspects of the Single Window. (...) IT technologies are improved within the Customs IT modernization project based on the World Bank credit and in accordance with State Border Development and Customs Development federal strategies.
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Score: 835703.4 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...gkok_dec07/Session4antipov.pdf
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Article 4 Declared Value for Assessment of Import Duties The declared value of imported goods and merchandise as stipulated in Article 13 of the Customs Law 05/NA dated 20 May 2005 is based on the principles regarding the valuation of imported goods and merchandises for the purpose of customs clearance. (...) If imported goods and merchandises may not be valuated according to (1), (2), (3) or (4) above, customs valuation will be based on the production value of the imported goods and merchandises. (6). If imported goods and merchandises may not be valuated based on the different methods described above, customs valuation will be carried out through rational methods consistent with the various principles outlined in items (1), (2), (3), (4) and (5) above based on information available in Lao PDR. 1.
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Score: 835598.3 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...e/lao_e/WTACCLAO16A1_LEG_3.pdf
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WTO | Conmemoración del 25º aniversario del Acuerdo de Valoración en Aduana ORGANIZACIÓN MUNDIAL DEL COMERCIO Portada   |  Acerca de la OMC   |  Noticias y eventos   |  Temas comerciales   |  Miembros de la OMC   |  Documentos y recursos   |  Relaciones exteriores Para contactarnos   |  Mapa del sitio   |  A-Z   |  Búsqueda english   français portada temas comerciales valoración en aduana conmemoración del 25º aniversario del acuerdo de valoración en aduana valoración en aduana Conmemoración del 25º aniversario del Acuerdo de Valoración en Aduana Ginebra, Sede de la OMC 17 de noviembre de 2020 Valoración en aduana In commemoration of the 25th anniversary of the Customs Valuation Agreement (CVA), the Chair of the Committee on Customs Valuation, Mr Carlos Guevara (Ecuador), hosted a two-hour virtual seminar on 17 November 2020 during which WTO members and other customs experts presented their perspectives and experiences with the CVA. The Preamble to the CVA recognizes the need for a fair, uniform and neutral system for the valuation of goods, and states that customs value should be based on simple and equitable criteria consistent with commercial practices. (...) Opening remarks 15:00 – 15:05 Carlos Guevara – First Secretary, Permanent Mission of Ecuador to the WTO, Chair of the Committee on Customs Valuation Experience with the CVA over the past 25 years 15:05 – 15:55 Speakers: Ping Liu – Director, Tariff and Trade Affairs Directorate, World Customs Organization "The WCO and the Customs Valuation Agreement" Kelly Cristina Silva Morgero – Tax Auditor, Coordination-General of Customs Administration, Special Secretariat of the Federal Revenue of Brazil "Updating Valuation Regulations and Upholding the CVA" Presentation Jean-François Bédard – Manager, Commercial and Trade Branch, Canada Border Services Agency "Transparency under the Customs Valuation Agreement" Presentation Qianyu Lin – Deputy Director of Customs Valuation, Division of Shenzhen Customs, China "Uniformity in the Implementation of the CVA in China" Presentation John Malone – Senior Customs Expert "Value in Global Trade: Stability and Change, Gains and Benefits of a Rules-Based System" Presentation Looking ahead to the future of the CVA 15:55 – 16:40 Speakers: Jean-Michel Grave – Head of Unit E.5 "International Affairs II", Directorate-General for Taxation and the Customs Union, European Commission "Changes in Trade Patterns – A Challenge for CVA" Presentation Lee Yok Yong – Assistant Director of Customs, Valuation Management Branch, Royal Malaysian Customs Department "Administering Advance Rulings on Customs Valuation Effectively" Presentation Messan Kuassivi – Director of Legislation, Revenue Authority, Togo   "Modernization of Togo Customs" Presentation Tom Voege – Head of EU Affairs & Customs and Transport Lead, International Chamber of Commerce "Customs Valuation – A Private Sector View" Presentation Closing remarks 16:40 Suja Rishikesh Mavroidis – Director of the Market Access Division, WTO Compartir Si tiene problemas para visualizar esta página, sírvase ponerse en contacto con [email protected] , y proporcionar detalles sobre el sistema operativo y el navegador que está utilizando.
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Score: 835078.9 - https://www.wto.org/spanish/tratop_s/cusval_s/cuv_at25_s.htm
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For instance, the World Customs Organisation (WCO) Task Force on Security and Facilitation is basing its security initiative on the idea of closer international cooperation, and calls for the mobilization of all the links in the supply chain and the encouragement of partnerships already existing in the field of international trade. (...) Relevant Customs Documents (e.g. Customs Product List T1, C88A-LEC,T5 documents, EUR1,Customs Invoice ) For Import Customs Relevant Customs Documents. (...) (Exptr3) Freight Forwarder prepares and agrees delivery instructions with Customer based on Carrier information. Freight Forwarder confirms with Carrier when the consignment is to be TRADE/2003/22 page 20 Annex Name Prepare for Export collected from Suppliers premises, date and time of collection and any special handling requirements.
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Score: 835047.2 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...s/forum03/docs/trd-03-022e.pdf
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They do not want to distinguish between fixed network-based, IP-based or mobile network-based telephony, but want to capitalise on the advantages the NGNs offer. (...) NGN technology allows customers to customise and tailor communications to suit their needs, enabling businesses to create an agile infrastructure that is shaped by their own business objectives and processes. (...) A reshaped product and service portfolio will ensure customers gain full benefit from this investment. The project is massive, the largest and most far-reaching BT has ever undertaken.
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Score: 834353.3 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/tech.../Abstract_Bahrain_MStichel.pdf
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