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After that there was a short break where refreshments in the form of juices and cupcakes were given out by the enthusiastic team of EMEG. (...) Next, was bird watching with binoculars where flamingos were spotted flying followed by another short break with juices. To end the trip an interactive quiz was conducted and loads of pictures were taken.
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Score: 1068592.5 - https://www.fao.org/yunga/you/dubai/ar/
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After that there was a short break where refreshments in the form of juices and cupcakes were given out by the enthusiastic team of EMEG. (...) Next, was bird watching with binoculars where flamingos were spotted flying followed by another short break with juices. To end the trip an interactive quiz was conducted and loads of pictures were taken.
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Score: 1068592.5 - https://www.fao.org/yunga/you/dubai/ru/
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The provisions of Article 6.4 of the Uruguay Round Agreement on Agriculture shall be amended accordingly to conform to these modalities. E. BLUE BOX Basic criteria 35. The value of the following domestic support, provided that it is consistent also with the limits as provided for in the paragraphs below, shall be excluded from a Member's calculation of its Current Total AMS but shall count for purposes of that Member’s Blue Box commitments and OTDS: (a) Direct payments under production-limiting programmes if: (i) such payments are based on fixed and unchanging areas and yields; or (ii) such payments are made on 85 per cent or less of a fixed and unchanging base level of production; or 5 This shall be applicable to Albania, Armenia, Georgia, Kyrgyz Republic and Moldova. (...) In-quota tariffs shall be subject to commitments under the relevant paragraphs. 7 i. e. the average of the cuts made. TN/AG/W/4/Rev.3 Page 13 (c) where the final bound tariff or ad valorem equivalent is greater than 80 per cent and less than or equal to 130 per cent, the reduction shall be 2/3 of the cut for developed country Members in paragraph 61(c) above; and (d) where the final bound tariff or ad valorem equivalent is greater than 130 per cent, the reduction shall be 2/3 of the cut for developed country Members in paragraph 61(d) above. 64. (...) More specific provisions can be found in the relevant sections of this document. 8 i. e. the average of the cuts made. 9 The Members concerned are those that meet the criteria set out in paragraph 151 and are listed in Annex I.
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Score: 1062345.7 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...gric_e/agchairtxt_july08_e.pdf
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After that there was a short break where refreshments in the form of juices and cupcakes were given out by the enthusiastic team of EMEG. (...) Next, was bird watching with binoculars where flamingos were spotted flying followed by another short break with juices. To end the trip an interactive quiz was conducted and loads of pictures were taken.
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Score: 1057359.7 - https://www.fao.org/yunga/you/dubai/zh/
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REVISED STANDARD FOR CITRUS FRUIT
Commercial specifications • Class • Size expressed as: • Minimum and maximum diameter (in mm) or • Size code(s), optionally followed by a minimum and maximum diameter or • Count • Post-harvest treatment (optional, based on the national legislation of the importing country). E. Official control mark (optional) Limes I. (...) Commercial specifications • Class • Size expressed as: • Minimum and maximum size (in mm) or • Size code(s), optionally followed by a minimum and maximum size or • Count • Post-harvest treatment (optional, based on the national legislation of the importing country). E. Official control mark (optional) Lemons I. (...) Commercial specifications • Class • Size expressed as: • Minimum and maximum size (in mm) or • Size code(s) optionally followed by a minimum and maximum size or • Count • Post-harvest treatment (optional, based on the national legislation of the importing country). E. Official control mark (optional) Mandarin group I.
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Score: 1053983.9 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...E/CTCS/WP.7/GE.1/2020/3&Lang=E
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Background Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) resolution E/RES/2013/20 requests the CDP to monitor recent socio-economic development progress of countries earmarked for graduation from the LDC category and to include its findings in its annual report to the ECOSOC. (...) Accordingly, Samoa graduated from the LDC category in January 2014. 1 Committee for Development Policy, Report on the eighth session, 2006 (E/2006/33). 2 In the current monitoring exercise, Samoa was invited by the CDP Secretariat to participate as a graduating country, not a graduated country, to cover the year of the CDP plenary meeting. (...) China accounts for less than 10 per cent of Samoa’s total noni juice export, but the share is rising fast. China has agreed to extend zero tariff treatment on noni juice beyond graduation.
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Score: 1052453.9 - https://www.un.org/development...ads/sites/45/CDP-PL-2014-7.pdf
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Score: 1049759.1 - https://www.who.int/news/item/...r-some-foods-and-revise-others
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TOTAL $ 14,151,986 , $ ,098829555 G/4/Add.1' Page 2 Scation 32programs n . effect during the fiscal year 1951-52 are as follows: resh appless nrd pacrs . nder the c programannounced 8Seetemuer2, 910O, and ubsequentlyexsended, paymente were made to U.S. e exporters forexcports of frw s;ppeos and pears to any participating country as defined in he s Forein Assistance Act of 1948, to the Philippine Islands, Indonesia, Israel, Egypt and any Western Hemisphere country except Canada, Cuba Mexico and Venezuels and except those countriesandareas listedIn sub-group A of Group R of the Comprehensive ExportSchedule issued by the Office of International Trade, U.S. (...) Thd rate of pw.znont shal npt excee 35r' e c.sstU.he grosa sr -s piified rates perpots or. speckled rwes per Peld: £onetunorth in the program alnoz'.ement, whichever is "ower Through n l)"a:nber,s 952. (...) G/4/Add. 1 Page7 Additional disposal of commoditios abroad by the Commodity Credit Corporation have not, been of the type defined by Article XVI since they didnot enter commercial channels.ol (i) eSoction 415 mmodities os donated to U.S. private welfare organizations fur foreign reei.f rduing thc eencrdar year 1951 in addition to those ropoedcT uponotalled .e 1m l iion podn(s f0 nonfat dry lkJi soli,sp and 10 million undsrd w 'hitpo1)taeocs.In u e oisîical year 1952 tre-e arnouc Section .416 mmrduoieics avaible ffor such donations.
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Score: 1049615.9 - https://www.wto.org/gatt_docs/English/SULPDF/90670060.pdf
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Microsoft Word - Document6 Appendix 1 to the Resolution of the Government of the Republic of Kazakhstan dated June 26 1998, N 608 EXCISE TAXES for the excisable goods imported to the customs territory of the Republic of Kazakhstan Commodity code Description of products Unit of measurement Excise rates in % for produced goods (in ECU per unit or in % to the value in whole selling price without VAT and Excise taxes; tenge per kilowatt in hour) Excise rates for imported goods (in ECU per unit or in % to the customs value in tenge per kilowatt in hour) 1 2 3 4 5 from 2207 2208 All kind of spirits (except delivered for the manufacture of medical and pharmaceutical items, if the producer has a license of the Republic of Kazakhstan for the right to produce such items, as well as spirit delivered to the medical institutions) 1 litre 3 ECU/litre 3 ECU/litre From all kind of spirits, delivered for the manufacture of liquor-vodka items, strong beverages, strong juices, wine, balsam, if the producer has a license of the Republic of Kazakhstan for the right to produce such items 1 litre 0,3 ECU/litre 0,3 ECU/litre - Vodka 1 litre 0,7 1,7 - Liquor-vodka items 1 litre 0,6 1,7 - Strong beverages, strong juices and balsam 1 litre 0,6 1,7 - Brandy 1 litre - 1,7 From 2204 (except 2204 30), 2205, 2206 00 Wine 1 litre 0,1 0,4 - Champagne type wine 1 litre 0,2 0,4 - Wine materials 1 litre 0,1 0,4 2203 00 Beer 1 litre 0,05 0,2 2402 Tobacco items, other tobacco items, contain tobacco 1000 units 0,75 2,0 From 0301, 0302, 0303, 0304, 0305, 1604 Sturgeon and Salmon, Caviar of Sturgeon and Salmon, delicacy of Sturgeon and Salmon and Caviar 100% 100% From 7113, 710239000, 7114, 7116 Jeweller’s items of gold, platinum or silver 10% 10% From 701321, 701331, 701391, 940510500 Lead crystal items, crystal lamps - - 271000270- 271000360 Gasoline ** 1 ton 31 31 From 271000610, 271000650, 271000690 Diesel fuel 1 ton 6 6 From 270900 Raw oil, including gas condensate 1 ton 2* 2* From 9303, 9304, 9305 Firearms and gas arms 10% 10% 271600 000 Electricity tenge/ kilowatt per hour 0,03 0,03 8703 Cars 10%, but not less then 0,5 ECU/cub.cm (only for the cars with engine capacity more then 3000 cub.cm) Gambling business 20% ECU is converted to tenge at the rate of National Bank of Republic of Kazakhstan on the date that is determined as the day of payment of customs payments by the customs legislation.
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Score: 1046360.5 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...c_e/kaz_e/WTACCKAZ18_LEG_6.pdf
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It was also stated that consumption of citrus juices based on concentrate in the EC and other developed markets, might have reached saturation levels. Key items on this session's agenda included market prospects for citrus fruits in countries in transition, for mandarins in the United States and the potential for a move towards organic fruits and juices. In Eastern Europe and the Russian Federation falling incomes have hit citrus imports hard.
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Score: 1046360.5 - https://www.fao.org/english/ne...m/highlights/1998/981005-e.htm
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