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Shipments that exceed the total denar amount equivalent to 160 DM are not included in this privilege. 5. (...) According to Article 29, paragraph 1, point 7), line 1 of the Customs Law, owners, i.e. users of transport vehicles, shall be cleared of customs duties payment – for articles that are built into the passenger motor vehicles during the time when such vehicle is abroad, as a replacement of a worn-out or destroyed part, up to the total denar amount equivalent to 160 DM. Articles with individual denar value that exceed the amount equivalent to 160 DM are not included in this privilege. 9. According to Article 29, paragraph 1, point 7), line 2 of the Customs Law, owners, i.e. users of transport vehicles, shall be cleared of customs duties payment – for articles that are built into the freight motor vehicles of public transport, except passenger cars, during the time when such vehicles are abroad, as a replacement of a worn-out or destroyed part, up to the total denar amount equivalent to 300 DM. Articles with individual denar value that exceed the amount equivalent to 300 DM are not included in this privilege. 10.
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Score: 709092.04 - https://www.wto.org/english/th..._e/mkd_e/WTACCMKD15_LEG_11.pdf
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In the event the arbitrator considers that the level of suspension is not equivalent to the level of nullification or impairment, the complaining party shall modify the list of concessions or other obligations until the arbitrator determines that the level of suspension resulting therefrom is equivalent to the level of nullification or impairment determined pursuant to subparagraph (b). (...) The arbitrator shall determine whether the level of suspension resulting from such a list is equivalent to the level of nullification or impairment determined pursuant to subparagraph (b). In the event the arbitrator considers that the level of WT/MIN(01)/W/3 Page 3 suspension is not equivalent to the level of nullification or impairment the complaining party shall modify the adjusted list of concessions or other obligations until the arbitrator determines that the level of suspension resulting therefrom is equivalent to the level of nullification or impairment determined pursuant to subparagraph (b).
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Score: 708809.47 - https://www.wto.org/english/th.../proposals_e/wt_min_01__w3.pdf
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This requires new concepts of the welfare-equivalent tariff rate and the import-equivalent tariff rate. (...) This requires new concepts of the welfare-equivalent tariff rate and the import- equivalent tariff rate. (...) In the first example of a subsidy alone, the import-equivalent rate is ½ the price-equivalent rate, not √½ of it as it was with the welfare-equivalent tariff rate.
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Score: 706336.5 - https://www.wto.org/english/re...dw_e/wkshop08_e/maclaren_e.pdf
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In order to place final bound non-ad valorem tariffs in the appropriate band of the tiered formula, Members shall follow the methodology to calculate ad valorem equivalents (AVEs), along with associated provisions, set out in Annex A to TN/AG/W/3 of 12 July 2006. (...) Developed country Members shall reduce their final bound tariffs in equal annual instalments over five years in accordance with the following tiered formula: (a) where the final bound tariff or ad valorem equivalent is greater than 0 and less than or equal to 20 per cent, the reduction shall be [48-52] per cent; (b) where the final bound tariff or ad valorem equivalent is greater than 20 per cent and less than or equal to 50 per cent, the reduction shall be [55-60] per cent; (c) where the final bound tariff or ad valorem equivalent is greater than 50 per cent and less than or equal to 75 per cent, the reduction shall be [62-65] per cent; and (d) where the final bound tariff or ad valorem equivalent is greater than 75 per cent, the reduction shall be [66-73] per cent. 4. Developing country Members other than those specified in paragraph 6 below shall reduce their final bound tariffs in equal annual instalments over eight years in accordance with the following tiered formula: (a) where the final bound tariff or ad valorem equivalent is greater than 0 and less than or equal to 30 per cent, the reduction shall be 2/3 of the cut for developed in 3(a) above; (b) where the final bound tariff or ad valorem equivalent is greater than 30 per cent and less than or equal to 80 per cent, the reduction shall be 2/3 of the cut for developed in 3(b) above; (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 in 3(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 countries in 3(d) above. 1 That is, all out-of-quota tariffs specified in Section I-A of Members' Schedules of Concessions.
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Score: 702865 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...p_e/agric_e/workdoc_9ttf_e.pdf
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In order to place final bound non- ad valorem tariffs in the appropriate band of the tiered formula, Members shall follow the methodology to calculate ad valorem equivalents (AVEs), along with associated provisions, set out in Annex A to TN/AG/W/3 of 12 July 2006. (...) Developed country Members shall reduce their final bound tariffs in equal annual instalments over five years in accordance with the following tiered formula: (a) where the final bound tariff or ad valorem equivalent is greater than 0 and less than or equal to 20 per cent, the reduction shall be [48-52] per cent; (b) where the final bound tariff or ad valorem equivalent is greater than 20 per cent and less than or equal to 50 per cent, the reduction shall be [55-60] per cent; (c) where the final bound tariff or ad valorem equivalent is greater than 50 per cent and less than or equal to 75 per cent, the reduction shall be [62-65] per cent; and (d) where the final bound tariff or ad valorem equivalent is greater than 75 per cent, the reduction shall be [66-73] per cent. 4. Developing country Members other than those specified in paragraph 6 below shall reduce their final bound tariffs in equal annual instalments over eight years in accordance with the following tiered formula: (a) where the final bound tariff or ad valorem equivalent is greater than 0 and less than or equal to 30 per cent, the reduction shall be 2/3 of the cut for developed in 3(a) above; (b) where the final bound tariff or ad valorem equivalent is greater than 30 per cent and less than or equal to 80 per cent, the reduction shall be 2/3 of the cut for developed in 3(b) above; (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 in 3(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 countries in 3(d) above. 5.
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Score: 702865 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...p_e/agric_e/workdoc_9ttf_e.doc
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An UNCTAD/FAO/IFOAM International Task Force on Harmonization and Equivalence in Organic Agriculture (ITF) was set up in February 2003 to study the issue of harmonization and equivalence in organic agriculture. (...) These analyses dealt with (a) experiences of equivalence and recognition mechanisms, (b) experiences with and opportunities for cooperation between conformity assessment bodies, and (c) usefulness of common regulatory objectives (CROs) for harmonization and equivalence of major organic regulations. 9. (...) At the meeting itself, papers on the following topics will be discussed: (a) the potential effect of equivalency agreements on the competitiveness of operators, (b) an inventory of regulatory objectives and recommendation for common regulatory objectives, (c) a review of consumer studies, and (d) a guideline for judging equivalence. * * * * *
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Score: 702865 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...documents/2006/wp6_06_009e.pdf
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The ICAO Environmental Technical Manual 1 Noise Certification WorkshopNoise Certification Workshop Session 2: Aircraft Noise CertificationSession 2: Aircraft Noise Certification The ICAO Environmental Technical ManualThe ICAO Environmental Technical Manual Montreal, October 2004 2 Noise Certification Workshop The Purpose of the Environmental Technical Manual (ETM) The Purpose of the Environmental Technical Manual (ETM) The Manual’s stated aim is…The Manual’s stated aim is… to promote uniformity of implementation of the to promote uniformity of implementation of the technical procedures of Annex 16, Volume Itechnical procedures of Annex 16, Volume I to provide guidance such that all certificating to provide guidance such that all certificating authorities can apply the same degree of stringency authorities can apply the same degree of stringency and the same criteria for acceptance in approving and the same criteria for acceptance in approving applications for the use of equivalent procedures.applications for the use of equivalent procedures. Montreal, October 2004 3 Noise Certification Workshop DOC 9501DOC 9501 ICAO formally publishes the ETM as DOC 9501ICAO formally publishes the ETM as DOC 9501-- AN/929AN/929 The most recent (second) edition was published in The most recent (second) edition was published in 19951995 A new (third) edition has been approved and will be A new (third) edition has been approved and will be published very soonpublished very soon Montreal, October 2004 4 Noise Certification Workshop Steering Group Approved RevisionSteering Group Approved Revision The Steering Group approved revision (SGAR) includes The Steering Group approved revision (SGAR) includes material which has been approved by WG1 and endorsed by material which has been approved by WG1 and endorsed by the Steering Group (there have been 8 revisions)the Steering Group (there have been 8 revisions) Its purpose is to make available new information to interested Its purpose is to make available new information to interested parties as soon as it has been agreed by the working groups, parties as soon as it has been agreed by the working groups, thereby eliminating the delay which would otherwise occur thereby eliminating the delay which would otherwise occur should its publication be limited only to post CAEP meetingsshould its publication be limited only to post CAEP meetings SGAR/8 is the basis for the 3SGAR/8 is the basis for the 3rdrd Edition of DOC 9501Edition of DOC 9501 Montreal, October 2004 5 Noise Certification Workshop It defines an equivalent procedure as…It defines an equivalent procedure as… ……a test or analysis procedure which, while a test or analysis procedure which, while differing from one specified in Annexdiffering from one specified in Annex 16, 16, Volume 1, in the technical judgement of the Volume 1, in the technical judgement of the certificating authority, yields effectively the certificating authority, yields effectively the same noise levels as the specified same noise levels as the specified procedure.procedure. (...) The use of past examples of approved equivalencies does examples of approved equivalencies does not imply that these equivalencies are the not imply that these equivalencies are the only acceptable ones, neither does their only acceptable ones, neither does their presentation imply any form of limitation of presentation imply any form of limitation of their application, nor does it imply their application, nor does it imply commitment to further use of these commitment to further use of these equivalencies.equivalencies.””
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Score: 701249.95 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...ionWorkshop-2004/BIP_2_3GR.pdf
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TITLE PUBLICATION TEXT TEXT DATE Z.400 Structure and format of quality manuals for telecommunications software 1993 I 17 13 None Quality aspects of protocol-related Recommendations RECOMMENDATION CURRENT SG Q EDITOR LATEST EQUIVALENT TARGET No. TITLE PUBLICATION TEXT TEXT DATE Z.450 Quality aspects of protocol-related Recommendations 2008 I 17 13 Ostap Monkewich None METHODS Methods for validation and testing RECOMMENDATION CURRENT SG Q EDITOR LATEST EQUIVALENT TARGET No. TITLE PUBLICATION TEXT TEXT DATE Z.500 Framework on formal methods in conformance testing 1997 I 17 14 Dieter Hogrefe None MIDDLEWARE Processing Environment Architectures RECOMMENDATION CURRENT SG Q EDITOR LATEST EQUIVALENT TARGET No. TITLE PUBLICATION TEXT TEXT DATE Z.600 Distributed processing environment architecture 2000 I 17 13 None Z.601 Data architecture of one software system 2007 I 17 13 Arve Meisingset None SUPPLEMENTS TO THE Z-SERIES RECOMMENDATION CURRENT SG Q EDITOR LATEST EQUIVALENT TARGET No. TITLE PUBLICATION TEXT TEXT DATE Z Suppl.1 Supplement 1 to ITU-T Z.100: SDL+ methodology: Use of MSC and SDL (with ASN.1) New edition : ITU-T Z.100-series – Supplement on methodology on the use of description techniques 1997 I 17 13 Rick Reed, Thomas Weigert None New edition 2012-09 I Z-SERIES IMPLEMENTERS' GUIDES RECOMMENDATION CURRENT SG Q EDITOR LATEST EQUIVALENT TARGET No. TITLE PUBLICATION TEXT TEXT DATE Z.Imp100 Specification and description language Implementers’ Guide v2.0.0 (09/2011) 2011 I 17 13 Rick Reed None Note: The following sub-division and associated Recommendations were withdrawn in July 2008 Extended Object Definition Language (eODL) RECOMMENDATION CURRENT SG Q EDITOR LATEST EQUIVALENT TARGET No.
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Score: 701035.64 - https://www.itu.int/dms_pub/it...0A/0D/T0A0D0000170011MSWE.docx
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RELEVANT Employment Please list, in reverse order (starting from the current/most recent one), all your legal employment IMPORTANT NOTE: A JUDICIAL POSITION IS ONLY THE POSITION OF JUDGE OR EQUIVALENT, SUCH AS A MAGISTRATE OR AN ADJUDICATOR WITHIN A COURT, TRIBUNAL OR ANOTHER JUDICIAL BODY LEGAL ADVISOR, LEGAL ASSISTANT, LEGAL OFFICER, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, SOLICITOR, BARRISTER ARE NOT CONSIDERED JUDICIAL POSITIONS Employer: Phone: Address: Job Title: Is this a judicial position (i.e. judge or equivalent)? (...) YES |_| NO |_| If no, how many hours per month: Responsibilities: From (DD/MM/YYYY): To (DD/MM/YYYY): Reason for leaving: Employer: Phone: Address: Job Title: Is this a judicial position (i.e. judge or equivalent)? YES |_| NO |_| If this is a judicial position, list the type of cases (civil, administrative, employment, misdemeanor, criminal or other) that you adjudicated: Is this a full-time position? YES |_| NO |_| If no, how many hours per month: Responsibilities: From (DD/MM/YYYY): To (DD/MM/YYYY): Reason for leaving: Employer: Phone: Address: Job Title: Is this a judicial position (i.e. judge or equivalent)? YES |_| NO |_| If this is a judicial position, list the type of cases (civil, administrative, employment, misdemeanor, criminal or other) that you adjudicated: Is this a full-time position?
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Score: 699934.1 - https://www.un.org/en/internal...cancy/Application-form-EN.docx
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Andersson None Z.uml-msc (Z.129) UML profile for MSC 3 13 Thomas Weigert COM17-TD3308 None TBD I Extended Object Definition Language (eODL) RECOMMENDATION CURRENT WP Q EDITOR LATEST EQUIVALENT TARGET No. TITLE PUBLICATION TEXT TEXT DATE Z.130 ITU object definition language Withdrawn Z.130 Amd.1 New Annex E: ODL to CIDL mapping Withdrawn Z.uml-eodl (Z.139) eODL UML profile 3 13 Thomas Weigert COM17-TD3166Rev.1 None Work discontinued I Tree and Tabular Combined Notation (TTCN) RECOMMENDATION CURRENT WP Q EDITOR LATEST EQUIVALENT TARGET No. (...) TITLE PUBLICATION TEXT TEXT DATE Z.200 CHILL - The ITU-T Programming Language 1999 C 3 11 ISO/IEC 9496 MAN-MACHINE LANGUAGE General principles RECOMMENDATION CURRENT WP Q EDITOR LATEST EQUIVALENT TARGET No. TITLE PUBLICATION TEXT TEXT DATE Z.301 Introduction to the CCITT man-machine language 1988 I SG 4 6 None Z.302 The meta-language for describing MML syntax and dialogue procedures 1988 I SG 4 6 None Basic syntax and dialogue procedures RECOMMENDATION CURRENT WP Q EDITOR LATEST EQUIVALENT TARGET No. (...) TITLE PUBLICATION TEXT TEXT DATE Z.450 Quality aspects of protocol-related Recommendations 2003 I 3 13 Olle Hydbom COM17-TD3528 None New edition September 2008 METHODS Methods for validation and testing RECOMMENDATION CURRENT WP Q EDITOR LATEST EQUIVALENT TARGET No. TITLE PUBLICATION TEXT TEXT DATE Z.500 Framework on formal methods in conformance testing 1997 I 3 14 Dieter Hogrefe None Z.510 Guidelines for formal methods and conformance testing 3 14 Contact, Dieter Hogrefe Work discontinued MIDDLEWARE Processing Environment Architectures RECOMMENDATION CURRENT WP Q EDITOR LATEST EQUIVALENT TARGET No.
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Score: 697537.06 - https://www.itu.int/dms_pub/it.../0A/0D/T0A0D0000170001MSWE.doc
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