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Akpo Tel: +41 22 730 5439 Fax: +41 22 730 5484 E-mail: devsg1@itu.int Subject: Functioning of ITU-D study groups Distribution of administrative circulars by e-mail Distribution of meeting invitations by e-mail Submission of contributions to study group meetings Free distribution of papers produced by ITU‑D study groups TO THE ADMINISTRATIONS OF MEMBER STATES OF ITU AND MEMBERS OF THE DEVELOPMENT SECTOR Dear Madam or Sir, At the eighth meeting of the Telecommunication Development Advisory Group (TDAG), held in Geneva, Switzerland, from 19 to 21 March 2003, various recommendations were made with regard to the functioning of ITU‑D study groups. Those recommendations, made chiefly to reflect the budget restrictions established by the last plenipotentiary conference held in Marrakesh, Morocco, from 23 September to 18 October 2002, and in agreement with the chairmen of the two study groups, related to four different aspects of the functioning of the study groups, namely: – the distribution of administrative circulars by e-mail; – the distribution of meeting invitations and meeting reports by e-mail; – the submission of contributions to study group meetings; – the free distribution of papers produced by ITU‑D study groups. 1 Distribution of administrative circulars by e-mail As part of the effort to reduce the cost and volume of documentation, TDAG has recommended that administrative circulars be distributed by e‑mail except to those who wish to receive them by post. (...) Touré, Director] Hamadoun I. Touré Director Distribution : – Administrations of ITU Member States – ITU-D Sector Members – ITU-D Study Group 1 and Study Group 2 contact points Place des Nations Telephone +41 22 730 51 11 Telex 421 000 uit ch E-mail: itumail@itu.int CH-1211 Geneva 20 Telefax Gr3: +41 22 733 72 56 Telegram ITU GENEVE http://www.itu.int/ Switzerland Gr4: +41 22 730 65 00
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Score: 470561.96 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/stud...GP_2002-2006/circular/26-E.doc
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Ducks | Livestock Systems | Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations FAO.org العربية 中文 english français Русский Español Livestock Systems Global distributions Production systems Resources Buffaloes Cattle Chickens Ducks Horses Goats Pigs Sheep Ducks Most farmed ducks have their origins in mallards ( Anas platyrhynchos ) from which they were first domesticated in  Southeast Asia  at least 4,000 years ago. Their distribution is more localized than is that of chickens and they are far more numerous in areas with abundant water. (...) They are raised in a great variety of production systems ranging from small numbers of birds held in mixed farms, to vast flocks that are transported in lories to clear up paddy fields following rice harvests. Dataset Global distribution of ducks in 2010 Related documents Global livestock distribution data for cattle, buffaloes, horses, sheep, goats, pigs, chickens and ducks in 2010 (GLW 3) Using random forest to improve the downscaling of global livestock census data Mapping the global distribution of livestock Modelling the distribution of domestic ducks in Monsoon Asia Modelling the distribution of chickens, ducks, and geese in China The Food and Agriculture Organisation’s Gridded Livestock of the World Gridded livestock of the world, 2007 Contact us Terms and Conditions Scam Alert Report Misconduct Jobs Procurement Governing Bodies Office of the Inspector General Evaluation Legal Office Ethics Office FAO organizational chart Regional Office for Africa Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific Regional Office for Europe and Central Asia Regional Office for Latin America and the Caribbean Regional Office for the Near East and North Africa Country Offices X Follow us on                                         Download our App © FAO, 2022
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Score: 470402.25 - https://www.fao.org/livestock-...global-distributions/ducks/en/
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[121-GEN]  Report of Question 1/9 "Transmission of television and sound programme signal for contribution, primary distribution and secondary distribution"   Français   Español     Home : ITU-T : SG 9 : Temporary Documents (Meeting 2017-05-24) : 121-GEN Recently posted  -  Search Meeting Documents     [121-GEN]  Report of Question 1/9 "Transmission of television and sound programme signal for contribution, primary distribution and secondary distribution" Format Size Posted English Word   79112 bytes 2017-05-31 [121-GEN] Revision 1 Word   76808 bytes 2017-05-30 [121-GEN]    Document : ITU-T SG 9  (Study Period 2017)  Temporary Document  121-GEN Title : Report of Question 1/9 "Transmission of television and sound programme signal for contribution, primary distribution and secondary distribution" Date : 2017-05-29 Source : Rapporteur Q1/9 AI/Question : Q1/9 Access : Restricted to TIES users  [ITU-T] Top  -  Feedback  -  Contact Us  -  Copyright © ITU  2008 All Rights Reserved Contact for this page :  TSB EDH Updated : 2017-05-31  
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Score: 470329.1 - https://www.itu.int/md/T17-SG0...170524-TD-GEN-0121/_page.print
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[121-GEN]  Report of Question 1/9 "Transmission of television and sound programme signal for contribution, primary distribution and secondary distribution"   Français   Español     Home : ITU-T : SG 9 : Temporary Documents (Meeting 2017-05-24) : 121-GEN Recently posted  -  Search Meeting Documents     [121-GEN]  Report of Question 1/9 "Transmission of television and sound programme signal for contribution, primary distribution and secondary distribution" Format Size Posted English Word   79112 bytes 2017-05-31 [121-GEN] Revision 1 Word   76808 bytes 2017-05-30 [121-GEN]    Document : ITU-T SG 9  (Study Period 2017)  Temporary Document  121-GEN Title : Report of Question 1/9 "Transmission of television and sound programme signal for contribution, primary distribution and secondary distribution" Date : 2017-05-29 Source : Rapporteur Q1/9 AI/Question : Q1/9 Access : Restricted to TIES users  [ITU-T] Top  -  Feedback  -  Contact Us  -  Copyright © ITU  2008 All Rights Reserved Contact for this page :  TSB EDH Updated : 2017-05-31  
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Score: 470329.1 - https://www.itu.int/md/T17-SG09-170524-TD-GEN-0121/en
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Figure 1 shows a Laplacian distribution as it can be regarded as an approximation for the distribution for DCT coefficients, especially AC coefficients [3]. (...) Figure 1: Laplacian distribution The discrete version of the Laplacian distribution is the geometric distribution given by the probability distribution [ ] k q q q k p + - = 1 1 . (...) Figure 2: Optimal offset for Laplacian distribution and a real sequence Figure 3 shows a characteristic function for the normalized difference between optimal offset of Laplacian distribution and real distribution depending on the quantization step size.
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Score: 470089.3 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...e/2005_04_Busan/JVT-O069r1.doc
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Costs and Benefits of Joint Planning 2. Distribution of Surpluses 3. Working Together: the Longer Term Ju ne 2 00 5 e7 - UN DE SA S em in ar o n El ec tri cit y I nt er co nn ec tio n 10 Initial distribution of Initial distribution of surplusessurplusesEach party involved in the joint plan bears its own costs and reaps its benefits: the difference between them represents the payoff of that party. (...) Ju ne 2 00 5 e7 - UN DE SA S em in ar o n El ec tri cit y I nt er co nn ec tio n 11 Distribution of surpluses: Distribution of surpluses: the issuethe issue After the initial distribution has been determined, a compensation scheme can be implemented in order to achieve a fair and shareable FINAL DISTRIBUTION of profits. (...) Even if the final distribution after the first phase (i.e. direct completion of the joint project) is stable, it is possible that some benefits and costs incur repeatedly over time.
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Score: 469955.5 - https://www.un.org/esa/sustdev...op/interconnection_module4.pdf
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Loeb Vice President, AT&T International External and Regulatory Affairs Page 2 AT&T Proprietary The information contained herein is for use by authorized persons only and is not for general distribution Agenda AT&T Global Business and GATS after 10 Years GATS as Catalyst for Market Growth and Diversification Corporate View on Conditions for Market Entry Page 3 AT&T Proprietary The information contained herein is for use by authorized persons only and is not for general distribution Agenda AT&T Global Business and GATS after 10 Years GATS as Catalyst for Market Growth and Diversification Corporate View on Conditions for Market Entry Page 4 AT&T Proprietary The information contained herein is for use by authorized persons only and is not for general distribution AT&T Global Business Services in 2008 Employees 40,000 on six continents Customers 140,000+, including all Fortune 1,000 Wholesale Carrier’s carrier + bilateral arrangements Retail Go where MNCs go RetailRetail 57%57% WholesaleWholesale 43%43% Page 5 AT&T Proprietary The information contained herein is for use by authorized persons only and is not for general distribution Globalizing Customers Drive our Business Strategy “Reach Where I do Business” “Support Me Locally” “Need for Consistent Service” Page 6 AT&T Proprietary The information contained herein is for use by authorized persons only and is not for general distribution How We Go To Market for Retail Business Own and Operate: we own and operate in-country nodes and core backbone, with an extensive list of facility and competitive access suppliers • Thailand • Indonesia • Saudi Arabia Examples: Local Service Provider Agreements: absent available licenses, we work with local licensed providers as business partners, with AT&T-defined, pre-agreed operations Equity Joint Ventures: where regulation requires and strategically justifiable, we invest in joint-ventures with “AT&T inside” • UK • Japan • Brazil • India • China • Mexico Page 7 AT&T Proprietary The information contained herein is for use by authorized persons only and is not for general distribution Agenda AT&T Global Business and GATS after 10 Years GATS as Catalyst for Market Growth and Diversification Corporate View on Conditions for Market Entry Page 8 AT&T Proprietary The information contained herein is for use by authorized persons only and is not for general distribution Core GATS Impact on Sector Growth •Market Opening •Legal Stability •Virtuous Circle of Investment •Expansion of Market Participants •Unbound “Me-Too” Emerging Markets Page 9 AT&T Proprietary The information contained herein is for use by authorized persons only and is not for general distribution Agenda AT&T Global Business and GATS after 10 Years GATS as Catalyst for Market Growth and Diversification Corporate View on Conditions for Market Entry Page 10 AT&T Proprietary The information contained herein is for use by authorized persons only and is not for general distribution Critical Conditions for Market Entry Commitment - nice; Implementation - necessary Speed, thoroughness Independent Regulator and Transparent Process Objective, efficient, non- discriminatory Foreign Direct Investment 100% ideal; majority control avoids non-market oriented JV National champions need competition, not protection Broad Market Access Commitment Full-service market access on both facilities and resale basis Safeguards to Prevent Anticompetitive Practices Abuse of customer information attained from competitors Withholding commercially relevant technical information National Security Reviews Narrowly tailored Page 11 AT&T Proprietary The information contained herein is for use by authorized persons only and is not for general distribution The Next Ten Years . . . • 1997-2007 has brought competition to scores of countries and most of the existing telecom economy. • 2008-2018 should complete the potential of deep commitments, and fluid global competition • Demand-driven regulations will allow carriers to meet the constantly evolving needs of their customers. – Convergence, Collaboration, Competition – Provide customers what they want, where they want it
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Score: 469934.8 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...lecom_e/sym_feb08_e/loeb_e.pdf
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UNICEF UNICEF/Syria2020/Malek Sibai 26 March 2020 Syria UNICEF completed the last round of winter clothes distribution to vulnerable children in the governorate of Hama, central Syria. (...) UNICEF/Syria2020/Malek Sibai Alaa,14, received a new winter clothing kit, distributed by UNICEF in Kasr Ibn Wardan in Al-Hamra district in eastern rural Hama. UNICEF/Syria2020/Malek Sibai Maya, 3, received a new winter clothing kit, distributed by UNICEF in Kasr Ibn Wardan in Al-Hamra district in eastern rural Hama.
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Score: 469934.8 - https://www.unicef.org/syria/s...nd-winter-clothes-distribution
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Additional delegates (a maximum of two per State) will receive paper documentation in the language of their choice on a first-registered, first-served basis, unless other criteria for distribution are given by the Chief Delegate.   The distribution box number will be indicated on the badge of the Delegates entitled to receive paper documentation. Personal mail, such as invitations to social functions for delegates without an assigned distribution box, will be distributed through the Chief Delegate or Delegate designated by the Chief Delegate. Any changes in the assigned distribution boxes must be arranged in consultation with the Assembly Registration personnel.  
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Score: 469708.6 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...bly37/Pages/Documentation.aspx
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The session aims to look at how trade and globalization benefits are distributed and in particular how the distribution of these benefits can be made more equal. The session will provide practical examples of the consequences of unequal distribution, policies to achieve a more equal distribution of benefits, as well as best practices that can encourage governments to take up these distributional challenges. (...) Questions to be addressed by the panel are: · What can be said about the current state of distribution of benefits of trade? · Where are the obstacles to a fairer distribution of benefits from trade?
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Score: 469547.17 - https://www.wto.org/english/fo...ic_forum2007_e/session35_e.doc
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