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TRANSFER PRICING PRACTICAL MANUAL FOR DEVELOPING COUNTRIES : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
Legislative and Regulatory - Country Specific Examples ..................................................... 20 d. Guidance and Rulings - Country Specific Examples ............................................................. 21 e. (...) Brazil) iv. Typical cases – examples v. Specific industries - examples Transfer Pricing Adjustments and Penalties • Refer to specific chapter covering this topic, but provide summary of: • Use/type of adjustments o Primary o Secondary o Corresponding • Penalties o Base - shortfall (tax or taxable income)?
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得分: 1022441.6 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...t?open&DS=E/C.18/2009/5&Lang=C
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REPORT OF THE WORKING GROUP ON THE ISSUE OF HUMAN RIGHTS AND TRANSNATIONAL CORPORATIONS AND OTHER BUSINESS ENTERPRISES : ADDENDUM
Introductory reflections on the discussion on respect ........................................... 8–11 6 III. Examples of companies’ efforts to integrate human rights in policies and processes ......................................................................................................... 12–24 7 A. (...) That is the focus of the present report; it seeks to provide examples of action companies have taken, based on discussions held at the third Forum on Business and Human Rights, which was held from 1 to 3 December 2014. 2. (...) Moreover, the fact that the examples were discussed as part of the thematic discussion on “respect in practice” does not imply any endorsement of them as “good practice”, nor of the company overall, its policy or action taken to respect human rights.
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得分: 999949 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...en&DS=A/HRC/29/28/ADD.3&Lang=C
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON TRAFFICKING IN PERSONS, ESPECIALLY WOMEN AND CHILDREN, JOY NGOZI EZEILO : ADDENDUM
The aim of the session was to explore the different ways that companies address this risk, highlighting specific examples from selected industries, and to draw lessons for effective business-led anti-trafficking initiatives. 10. (...) The aim of the session was to introduce and assess examples of good practices in multi-stakeholder engagement and social dialogue. 15. (...) The aim of the session was to situate the role of Governments and intergovernmental agencies in the discussion, to introduce examples of public policies addressing supply chains and human trafficking, and to achieve a better understanding of what policy actors were doing on the issue. 17.
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得分: 974300.9 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...en&DS=A/HRC/23/48/ADD.4&Lang=C
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IDENTICAL LETTERS DATED 14 JANUARY 2014 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF LEBANON TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL AND THE PRESIDENT OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL
常驻代表 大使 纳瓦夫·萨拉姆(签名) A/68/707 S/2014/25 14-20803 (C)2/46 2014年 1月 14日黎巴嫩常驻联合国代表给秘书长和安全理事会主席的 同文信的附件 Annex I Examples of Israeli signals tracked in the Beirut vicinity A/68/707 S/2014/25 3/4614-20803 (C) A/68/707 S/2014/25 14-20803 (C)4/46 Annex II Examples of Israeli signals tracked at Ras Al-Naqoura Israeli spying site A/68/707 S/2014/25 5/4614-20803 (C) A/68/707 S/2014/25 14-20803 (C)6/46 A/68/707 S/2014/25 7/4614-20803 (C) A/68/707 S/2014/25 14-20803 (C)8/46 Annex III Examples of Israeli signals tracked at Jal Alam Israeli spying site A/68/707 S/2014/25 9/4614-20803 (C) A/68/707 S/2014/25 14-20803 (C)10/46 A/68/707 S/2014/25 11/4614-20803 (C) Annex IV Photos of Jal Alam Israeli spying sites towards Lebanon A/68/707 S/2014/25 14-20803 (C)12/46 A/68/707 S/2014/25 13/4614-20803 (C) A/68/707 S/2014/25 14-20803 (C)14/46 A/68/707 S/2014/25 15/4614-20803 (C) A/68/707 S/2014/25 14-20803 (C)16/46 A/68/707 S/2014/25 17/4614-20803 (C) A/68/707 S/2014/25 14-20803 (C)18/46 A/68/707 S/2014/25 19/4614-20803 (C) A/68/707 S/2014/25 14-20803 (C)20/46 A/68/707 S/2014/25 21/4614-20803 (C) A/68/707 S/2014/25 14-20803 (C)22/46 A/68/707 S/2014/25 23/4614-20803 (C) A/68/707 S/2014/25 14-20803 (C)24/46 A/68/707 S/2014/25 25/4614-20803 (C) A/68/707 S/2014/25 14-20803 (C)26/46 A/68/707 S/2014/25 27/4614-20803 (C) A/68/707 S/2014/25 14-20803 (C)28/46 A/68/707 S/2014/25 29/4614-20803 (C) A/68/707 S/2014/25 14-20803 (C)30/46 Annex V Photos of Al Abad Israeli spying sites towards Lebanon A/68/707 S/2014/25 31/4614-20803 (C) A/68/707 S/2014/25 14-20803 (C)32/46 A/68/707 S/2014/25 33/4614-20803 (C) A/68/707 S/2014/25 14-20803 (C)34/46 A/68/707 S/2014/25 35/4614-20803 (C) A/68/707 S/2014/25 14-20803 (C)36/46 Annex VI Photos of Ras Al-Naqoura Israeli spying sites towards Lebanon A/68/707 S/2014/25 37/4614-20803 (C) A/68/707 S/2014/25 14-20803 (C)38/46 A/68/707 S/2014/25 39/4614-20803 (C) A/68/707 S/2014/25 14-20803 (C)40/46 Annex VII Example of Lebanese MW Backbone link signals pirated and spied on by the Israelis A/68/707 S/2014/25 41/4614-20803 (C) Annex VIII Maps showing the location of Israeli spying sites along the Lebanese border A/68/707 S/2014/25 14-20803 (C)42/46 A/68/707 S/2014/25 43/4614-20803 (C) A/68/707 S/2014/25 14-20803 (C)44/46 A/68/707 S/2014/25 45/4614-20803 (C) Resolution 173 (Guadalajara, 2010) Annex IX Resolution 173 adopted by the International Telecommunication Union in Guadalajara, Mexico, in 2010 A/68/707 S/2014/25 14-20803 (C)46/46
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得分: 972412.6 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...sf/get?open&DS=A/68/707&Lang=C
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NOTE VERBALE DATED 2004/07/22 FROM THE PERMANENT MISSION OF IRAQ TO THE UNITED NATIONS OFFICE AT GENEVA ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARIAT OF THE SUB-COMMISSION ON THE PROMOTION AND PROTECTION OF HUMAN RIGHTS
Non-official organizations (a) Granting women the opportunity to occupy leadership positions in political parties, trade unions and popular organizations, and ensuring the effectiveness of their leadership role in those organizations by taking practical measures to expand their membership base and remove any obstacles thereto; (b) Encouraging women to vote for, and stand for election to, local councils and various national bodies; (c) Organizing seminars and meetings and issuing publications designed to familiarize women with their legal right to vote and to participate in decision-making. Examples of women’s participation in power structures and decision-making in Iraq − Iraqi women were given the vote in 1980 (...) Non-governmental organizations (a) Identifying the obstacles that contribute to girls dropping out of school at different levels of education; E/CN.4/Sub.2/2004/G/1 page 6 (b) Introducing new types of vocational training by developing training curricula and creating the necessary conditions to ensure women’s participation in these activities; (c) Launching family awareness campaigns to explain the importance of girls’ continuing their education and taking part in campaigns to eradicate illiteracy and develop compulsory education. Examples of the state of education in Iraq during the last few decades 1. (...) At the non-official level Expanding access to information about the range of employment opportunities available to women in economic sectors. Examples of the economic situation of Iraqi women The female economic activity rate amounted to 10.4 per cent in 1997.
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得分: 949603.5 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...S=E/CN.4/SUB.2/2004/G/1&Lang=C
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IDENTICAL LETTERS DATED 15 DECEMBER 2015 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF
Due to limitations on its length, the report does not aim to collect/contain information on al l cases of violations of human rights in the occupied regions of Georgia; it aims to consolidate and assess only some of the most known examples of violations. The methodology applied does not provide for the conduct of fact-finding visits to the occupied regions of Georgia, nor to the conduct of interviews. (...) Below are listed some examples of that reaction. 9. The UN Secretary-General made the following statement: “[t]he Secretary-General takes note of the recent events at the line of control of South __________________ 2 See “Statement of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia”, dated 11 July 2015. 3 EU warning over Russia ‘land grab’ in South Ossetia border row, BBC, 16 July, 2016; Georgia accuses Russia of violating international law over South Ossetia. (...) It can be concluded that the situation described in the occupied regions of Georgia with regard to arbitrary detention and examples provided for the reporting period 78 constitute arbitrary detention and therefore violations of Article 9 of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR); Article 3 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR); Article 5 of the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR); and relevant provisions of the OSCE commitments 79 . 57.
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得分: 945470.8 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...sf/get?open&DS=A/70/622&Lang=C
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NOTE VERBALE DATED 17 DECEMBER 2015 FROM THE PERMANENT MISSION OF GEORGIA TO THE UNITED NATIONS OFFICE AND OTHER INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS IN GENEVA ADDRESSED TO THE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT OF THE HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL
Due to limitations on its length, the report does not aim to collect/contain information on all cases of violations of human rights in the occupied regions of Georgia; it aims to consolidate and assess only some of the most known examples of violations. The methodology applied does not provide for the conduct of fact-finding visits to the occupied regions of Georgia, nor to the conduct of interviews. (...) Below are listed some examples of that reaction. The UN Secretary-General made the following statement: “[t]he Secretary-General takes note of the recent events at the line of control of South Ossetia. (...) It can be concluded that the situation described in the occupied regions of Georgia with regard to right to property and examples provided for the reporting period82 violate the right to property, namely Article 17 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR); Article 1, __________________ 76 July-September 2015. 77 The Vienna Concluding Document (1989) prohibits torture and other cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment.
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得分: 945470.8 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...et?open&DS=A/HRC/31/G/1&Lang=C
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IDENTICAL LETTERS DATED 25 FEBRUARY 2017 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF GEORGIA TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL AND THE PRESIDENT OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL
Due to limitations on its length, the report does not aim to present information on all violations of human rights in the occupied regions of Georgia; it aims to consolidate and assess only some of the most well-known examples of violations. The methodology applied does not provide for the conduct of fact-finding visits to the occupied regions of Georgia or for the conduct of interviews. (...) Below are only a few examples. 23. On 12 October 2016, a resident of the village of Plavi, Gori district, was detained for so-called “illegal border crossing” along the occupation line with the Tskhinvali region and “criminal charges” were filed against him for the above reason. 31 However, according to the family members of the detainee, he had not crossed the occupation line. 32 24. (...) It can be concluded that the situation described in the occupied regions of Georgia and the examples provided for the reporting period constitute infringements of the right to freedom from torture and ill-treatment and are therefore violations of __________________ 55 Report on the situation of the protection of human rights and freedoms in Georgia, Public Defender of Georgia, 10 December 2016, p. 20, available at www.ombudsman.ge/uploads/ other/4/4088.pdf. 56 European Union statement on the fourteenth consolidated report of the Secretary-General on the conflict in Georgia, 1271st meeting of the Committee of Ministers of the Council of Europe, 16 November 2016. 57 “So-called ‘border guards’ freed schoolchildren detained in occupied Abkhazia”, Pirweli Information Agency, 6 December 2016, available at http://pia.ge/post/83148-e-w-mesazrvreebma-okupirebul- afxazetsi-dakavebuli-skolis-moswavleebi-gaatavisufles.
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得分: 945470.8 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...sf/get?open&DS=A/71/814&Lang=C
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PROMOTION AND PROTECTION OF ALL HUMAN RIGHTS, CIVIL, POLITICAL, ECONOMIC, SOCIAL AND CULTURAL RIGHTS, INCLUDING THE RIGHT TO DEVELOPMENT : INFORMATION PRESENTED BY THE ASIA PACIFIC FORUM OF NATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS INSTITUTIONS (APF) : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
Subsequent presentations by transnational and Korean corporations provided examples of an enlightened approach by business, promoting human rights observance not only in parent corporations, but also in their subsidiaries, and supply chains. 7. (...) Participants acknowledged the benefit of the earlier initiative of the APFs Advisory Council of Jurists, whose report on Human Rights, Corporate Accountability and Government responsibility provides indicative examples of good practice that may be undertaken by national human rights institutions. 11. Participants also appreciated the opportunity to share their experiences in promoting and protecting human rights against violations by business, noting that the majority of institutions are already undertaking both direct and indirect action in this regard. Examples of good practice extend across the whole spectrum of institutional mandates and include:: (a) Broad based educational activities promoting a greater understanding of the human rights framework and the implications for corporate behaviour, for example in the development of general and sector specific fact sheets to advise business of its obligations; (b) Advocacy and dialogue with government to ensure the enactment of appropriate statutory regulations and administrative processes to govern the activities of the corporate sector; A/HRC/20/NI/2 4 GE.12-14174 (c) Ensuring the implementation of existing statutory regulations and administrative processes, for example by monitoring the approval processes for infrastructure development projects to ensure that the requisite consultation and decision making practices provide an opportunity for the concerns of all stakeholders to be considered; (d) Complaint handling, including conciliation and mediation of complaints with regard to human rights violations and discrimination by business; (e) Conducting national inquiries to consider widespread, systemic or egregious violations of human rights, for example in relation to the impact of land acquisition on the enjoyment of economic, social and cultural rights of citizens and in particular indigenous peoples; (f) Intervening in judicial proceedings, as both a friend of the court or an intervenor, to ensure that judicial decision makers are made aware, and give consideration to all relevant human rights issues. 12.
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得分: 941375.6 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...t?open&DS=A/HRC/20/NI/2&Lang=C
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PROPOSALS FOR AMENDMENTS TO ANNEXES A AND B TO THE ‎MINAMATA CONVENTION ON MERCURY ‎: ADDENDUM: PROPOSAL BY THE EUROPEAN UNION TO AMEND PART I OF ANNEX A, ‎PART II OF ANNEX A AND PART I OF ANNEX B TO THE MINAMATA ‎CONVENTION ON MERCURY
In Russia and the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU), Technical Rule EAEU 037/2016 on the restriction of the use of hazardous substances in electrical and radio electronic products are some such examples, and India, Singapore, Thailand, Ukraine, Jordan, Turkey, UAE, Saudi Arabia, Vietnam, South Korea and Japan are examples of other nations implementing RoHS-like legislation which bans mercury-containing halophosphates. (...) With the relatively low volume of transmission medium fill (7mm3- 50mm3) for melt pressure transducers, the effect is likely to be minimal. Examples of regional or national restrictions In Europe, the RoHS Directive is the only regulation which governs the use of mercury in melt pressure transducers, transmitters and sensors. (...) However, due to the clear evidence on the hazardous properties and risk of mercury the usage of indium-gallium strain agues is considered to reduce overall risk to environment and health. Examples of regional or national restrictions The export, import and manufacturing of mercury-containing strain gauges to be used with plethysmographs is prohibited in the EU from 31 December 2020 by Regulation (EU) 2017/852 on Mercury.
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得分: 940396.4 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...EP/MC/COP.4/26/ADD.1‎&Lang=C
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