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Score: 769000.93 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...AlphaCurrencyCode_20100407.xsd
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In the first seven months of this year we hanv imported from the United States commodites for 338 million dollars against 252 million dollars in the corresponding period of 1951 Asregardss Canada we have imported in the considered periods respectively 11 and 32 million dollars. Whathasbeen said gives a clear demonstration of the fact that Italy has expanded her trade with; the dollar area countries to the maximum level afforded by her gold and dollar reserves.' (...) "It must be noted on this point that the possibility to allot a certain share of dollar receipts for non-essential products is limited Insofar as Italy receives grants and off-shore purchases on 'the ground of her financial difficulties with the dollar. area, countries."
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Score: 762503.86 - https://www.wto.org/gatt_docs/English/SULPDF/91850252.pdf
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During the first postwar period, when the Swedish import from the dollar area was free from quantitative regulations, that import surplus was financed by the use of dollar reserves, Owing to the declining trend of the export development, and to the non.- convertibility of the currencies which Sweden obtained front areas other than the dollar markets, and to a considerable drawing from the dollar reserves it became necessary in 1947 to introduce quantitative restrictions; with regard to the import, The balance-of-payments situation in relation to the dollar area has not: yet made it possible to abolish these :restrictionas 2, The Swedish commercial policy, as regards the trade with the dollar area, has since then been directed on the one hand to adapt the import to available dollar resources, and on the other by various means to inereace the dollar income in order to widen the frame of the import. (...) W. 7/18 Page 2 44 As already mentioned, the Swedish import from the dollar area is adapted to the frame of the dollar income. (...) And, finally there will also be same import against, the Swedish dollar reserves. Thus, it is still too early to say if the Swedish import this year from the dollar area will actually be reduced
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Score: 760618.26 - https://www.wto.org/gatt_docs/English/SULPDF/91850242.pdf
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Tajik remittances from Russia top 700m dollars in second quarter of 2011 In the second quarter of 2011 alone, 742m dollars was sent through money transfer from Russia to Tajikistan, the Central Bank of Russia has announced. News | 11 October 2011 According to information from the Central Bank of Russia, the average sum of the remittances to Tajikistan over this period was 366 dollars. Among the CIS countries, Tajikistan takes second place in terms of money transfer, and Uzbekistan is in the lead in this area as 1,067m dollars was sent there from Russia in the second quarter of this year. Ukraine takes third place in terms of money transfer from Russia over this period (603m dollars), followed by Kyrgyzstan (400m dollars), Armenia (298m dollars), Moldova (271m dollars), Azerbaijan (257m dollars), Kazakhstan (91m dollars), Belarus (37m dollars) and Turkmenistan (9m dollars). 438m dollars was transferred from Russia to Tajikistan in the first quarter of 2011 Source: Asia-Plus news agency website, Dushanbe, in Russian 11 Oct Tags: international migration Regions and countries covered: Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Moldova, Republic of, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, Azerbaijan, Kyrgyzstan, Russian Federation Tools This content is available in Русский A A+ A++ Print Share this content in Контакт для СМИ newsroom@ilo.org © 1996-2022 International Labour Organization (ILO) | Copyright and permissions  | Privacy policy | Fraud alert | Disclaimer   Skip to top
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Score: 759282.23 - www.ilo.org/moscow/news...WCMS_429166/lang--en/index.htm
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Tajik remittances from Russia top 700m dollars in second quarter of 2011 In the second quarter of 2011 alone, 742m dollars was sent through money transfer from Russia to Tajikistan, the Central Bank of Russia has announced. News | 11 October 2011 According to information from the Central Bank of Russia, the average sum of the remittances to Tajikistan over this period was 366 dollars. Among the CIS countries, Tajikistan takes second place in terms of money transfer, and Uzbekistan is in the lead in this area as 1,067m dollars was sent there from Russia in the second quarter of this year. Ukraine takes third place in terms of money transfer from Russia over this period (603m dollars), followed by Kyrgyzstan (400m dollars), Armenia (298m dollars), Moldova (271m dollars), Azerbaijan (257m dollars), Kazakhstan (91m dollars), Belarus (37m dollars) and Turkmenistan (9m dollars). 438m dollars was transferred from Russia to Tajikistan in the first quarter of 2011 Source: Asia-Plus news agency website, Dushanbe, in Russian 11 Oct Tags: international migration Regions and countries covered: Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Moldova, Republic of, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, Azerbaijan, Kyrgyzstan, Russian Federation Tools This content is available in Русский A A+ A++ Print Share this content in Контакт для СМИ newsroom@ilo.org © 1996-2022 International Labour Organization (ILO) | Copyright and permissions  | Privacy policy | Fraud alert | Disclaimer   Skip to top
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Score: 759282.23 - https://www.ilo.org/moscow/new...WCMS_429166/lang--en/index.htm
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Accommodation: 130 US dollars for single room, 155 US dollars for double room per night including VAT and excluding breakfast. Special option is a package rate, which includes buffet breakfast (10 US dollars), lunch (28 US dollars) and dinner (28 US dollars) 180 US dollars for single room 255 US dollars for double room NB: For reservation please send the reservation form (see below) to the hotel chosen. (...) Arrival date: ………………………………… Departure date: ……………………… Please reserve for me: · a single room (245 US dollars per night) · a double room (245 US dollars per night) Note: Special price 245 US dollars for reservation before 15 February 2005 .
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Score: 755946.88 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-T/work...ersecurityII/extract-hotel.doc
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It is composed of two elements, the dollar track and the local-currency track or local track. On the US dollar track all pensions are calculated initially in USD. (...) It is possible that the dollar track will sometimes be more beneficial than the local track, and vice versa.
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Score: 754870.1 - www.un.org/en/internalj...t/judgments/2022-UNAT-1198.pdf
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Les contributions versées au titre de ces programmes ont augmenté de 44 % pour s’établir à 1,66 milliard de dollars, contre 1,15 milliard de dollars en 2009. (...) Comme l’indique son rapport, le montant estimatif cumulé de ces engagements s’élevait à 11 millions de dollars pour le FENU, 20 millions de dollars pour UNIFEM et 430 millions de dollars pour le PNUD, soit un montant total de 461 millions de dollars. (...) Il comprend 2,49 milliards de dollars (2,48 milliards de dollars en 2009) de recettes provenant du partage des coûts, 1,14 milliard de dollars DP/2011/33 11-4508022 provenant de fonds d’affectation spéciale (1,19 milliard de dollars en 2009) et 0,84 milliard de dollars (0,86 milliard de dollars en 2009) de recettes provenant de la prestation de services à titre remboursable; le restant (0,2 milliard de dollars, comme en 2009) provient des contributions de contreparties en espèces des gouvernements.
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Score: 754828.17 - https://www.undp.org/sites/g/f...-session/french/dp2011-33f.pdf
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Since the beginning of 2008, revenues from the sale of emissions rights have been ploughed into measures to protect the climate, to adapt to climate change and to improve energy access in developing countries (2008, 175 million US dollars; 2009, 335 million US dollars).  Each year the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development invests about 190 million US dollars in microcredit programmes and microfinance in 63 countries. (...) Take health  Annual German funding to fight HIV/AIDS, malaria and tuberculosis and to improve the necessary health systems has risen from 435 million US dollars in 2006 to 725 million US dollars as of 2008.  The German government has made a substantial contribution to the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria: so far some 1.2 billion US dollars has been pledged in total. (...) In 2007, disbursements reached 90 million US dollars. The annual bilateral target for primary education in 2008 and 2009 is 175 million US dollars.
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Score: 754711.2 - https://www.un.org/millenniumg...el/pdf/commitments/germany.pdf
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US$ UNESCO Yes. Euro/dollar in particular. Constant dollar/Euro for budget covered by split-level assessment system.. (...) In addition, the currency of accounting/reporting is US dollars. Yes. Forward purchasing of the biennium’s dollar requirements. (...) Forward purchasing of the biennium’s dollar requirements. a) The programme and budget, the accounts and the financial statements are expressed in US dollars.
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Score: 753329.7 - https://www.itu.int/council/finregs-old/otherun-finregs.DOC
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