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Score: 522058.7 - https://www.unglobalcompact.or...oin/application/step1/business
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“Domestic foreign exchange market” means a market, which includes the foreign exchange offices, authorized banks, which are dealing directly with foreign exchange transactions, and the foreign exchange markets. 5 12. (...) SECTION III. FOREIGN EXCHANGE CONTROL Article 10. Objective and spheres of the foreign exchange control 1. The objective of the foreign exchange control shall include the observance of the foreign exchange legislation in the process of carrying out foreign exchange operations. 2.
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Score: 518824.9 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...e/tjk_e/WTACCTJK13A1_LEG_5.pdf
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.: General 4 October 2016 Original: English Committee of Experts on International Cooperation in Tax Matters Twelfth Session Geneva, 11-14 October 2016 Agenda item 3 (a) (v) Article 26 (Exchange of Information): proposed Code of Conduct Exchange of Information: Proposed Code of Conduct - Secretariat Note 1. (...) These commitmentssubstantive actions are intended to be implementedtaken by the following actionsmeans of two broad types: (a) Unilateral actionsmeans: the national implementation of these standardsautomatic exchange of information may requirenecessitate that countries amend their domestic legislation, and practices and develop necessary administrative resources and Iinformation technologyT infrastructure ; http://www.oecd.org/ctp/exchange-of-tax-information/standard-for-automatic-exchange-of-financial-information-in-tax-matters.htm http://www.oecd.org/ctp/exchange-of-tax-information/standard-for-automatic-exchange-of-financial-information-in-tax-matters.htm E/C.18/2016/CRP.9 (b) Bilateral, or as appropriate multilateral means, including regional approachesactions: the principles of transparency and effective exchange of information will generally be implemented through international cooperation (capacity building), bilateral or multilateral agreements in order to exchange information automatically under the common reporting standard, or including implementing the substance of article 26 and the accompanying commentary on of the United Nations Model Double Taxation Convention between Ddeveloped and Developing Countries, as finalized by the United Nations Committee of Experts on International Cooperation in Tax Matters. (...) Substantive Actions States following this code of conduct intend to: (a) Effectively exchange information in both criminal and civil tax matters; (b) Ensure there are no restrictions on information exchange caused by application of the dual criminality principle or a domestic tax interest requirement; (c) Have appropriate confidentiality rules for information exchanged and safeguards and limitations that apply to taxpayer information; (d) Endorse the work carried out on automatic exchange of financial account information, including the Standard for Automatic Exchange of Financial Account Information in Tax Matters, the so called Common Reporting Standard; (e) Encourage all countries that have not already done so to consider becoming a party to the Multilateral Convention on Mutual Administrative Assistance in Tax Matters; http://www.oecd.org/ctp/exchange-of-tax-information/standard-for-automatic-exchange-of-financial-information-in-tax-matters.htm http://www.oecd.org/ctp/exchange-of-tax-information/standard-for-automatic-exchange-of-financial-information-in-tax-matters.htm E/C.18/2016/CRP.9 9/9 (f) Affirm the need to work within the UN, as well as with the OECD, the Global Forum on Transparency and Exchange of Information for Tax Purposes, the G20 and other concerned multilateral bodies and relevant international organizations in order to help developing countries and countries with economies in transition to identify their needs for capacity building and technical assistance on automatic exchange of information (including addressing confidentiality issues); (g) Affirm the need also to conduct technical meetings, seminars and other capacity-building or technical assistance events on automatic exchange of information (including confidentiality) for developing countries and countries with economies in transition, with the involvement of concerned multilateral bodies and relevant international organizations.
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Score: 514078.12 - https://www.un.org/esa/ffd/wp-...RP9_-ProposedCodeOfConduct.pdf
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&sE-Identifier ({ ValidSEs }) , -- This identifies one of the security- -- exchanges supported by the particular SESE -- abstract syntax itemIdentifier SECURITY-EXCHANGE . (...) &itemId ({ ValidSEs }{@seIdentifier}) , -- This identifies one of the security- -- exchange-items of the security exchange -- indicated by "seIdentifier" seItem SECURITY-EXCHANGE . (...) &ItemType ({ ValidSEs }{@seIdentifier, @itemIdentifier}) , invocationId InvocationId ( InvocationIdSet ) ( CONSTRAINED BY { -- Must be the same as the-- -- invocationId on an active security exchange-- -- if start flag is not true -- }) DEFAULT noInvocationId , startFlag BOOLEAN DEFAULT FALSE , -- This field is set only as the first security- -- exchange-item of a security-exchange is -- transferred. endFlag BOOLEAN DEFAULT FALSE -- This field is set as the last security-exchange- -- item of a security-exchange is transferred.
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Score: 513995.7 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ...u-t/x/x832/1995/SeseAPDUs.html
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AFI OPMET MTF/1 – WP/2 4 1.3 Types of OPMET exchange 1.3.1 Regional exchange – AMBEX scheme 1.3.1.1 The AMBEX scheme covers the exchange of OPMET information in the AFI region. It includes several types of exchanges as described below. 1.3.1.1.1 Regular Exchange under AMBEX. (...) The collection and distribution is carried out at fixed times and the bulletin content is defined in the current Handbook. 1.3.1.1.2 Non-regular exchange. This includes: a) Exchange on request (request-reply service).
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Score: 513716.46 - https://www.icao.int/WACAF/Doc...information%20exchage%20fv.pdf
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ITU-APT.WS-NGN-07-PP-22 1 Analysys STEM ® case studies Migrating separate voice and data services to an NGN platform Robin Bailey – Head of Decision Systems Group 17 March 2007 – Bangkok Convergence is inevitable Voice and data services are traditionally handled by separate network architectures Major capex and opex savings may be made by migrating these services to a common NGN platform where individual services are delivered at the edge of the network by multi-service access gateways The best strategy will vary according to the design and age of the existing network We explore the cost implications of different transition scenarios through a scaleable methodology for modelling these diverse architectures NGN modelling with STEM 2 Network topology Five trunk exchanges are connected via an SDH backbone with six links Local exchanges uplink via local-exchange rings Voice customers are connected to local exchanges via remote concentrators and remote-concentrator rings Data customers are served directly at local exchanges A C B E D Link 1 Link 2 Link 4 Link 5 Link 6 Link 3 Trunk exchange site Local exchange site Backbone transport Local exchange ring A C B E D Link 1 Link 2 Trunk exchange site Local exchange site Remote concentrator (cabinet) site Remote concentrator (cabinet) site Remote concentrator (cabinet) site Remote concentrator (cabinet) site Backbone transport Local ring Remote concentrator ring Remote ring Remote concentrator ring Remote ring NGN modelling with STEM Model granularity The five trunk exchanges in the network are modelled individually, but it is not necessary to model every local exchange to compare business-case scenarios Assumptions for the local exchanges and access aggregation are averaged over each trunk exchange area The model structure for each trunk exchange is automatically generated from a template NGN modelling with STEM 3 Services and routes This reference case only considers three services: voice, 64kbit/s ATM and 2048kbit/s ATM Demand is defined for each of the possible routes between the trunk exchanges – defined simply in terms of the endpoints – for example node A to node C The intermediate path is captured in a core traffic matrix For the five trunk exchanges, there are 15 possible routes, and therefore 15 sets of [3] services A-A A-B A-C A-D A-E B-B B-C B-D B-E C-C C-D C-E D-D D-E E-E NGN modelling with STEM Inter- and intra-node traffic Demand is specified for each of the 15 routes, without being specific about individual local exchange sites So, for example, traffic for route A–A is from any local exchange on trunk switch A to any local exchange on the same trunk switch … … whereas traffic for A–D is from any local exchange on trunk switch A to any local exchange on trunk switch D A C B E D A C B E D A C B E D A C B E D A C B E D A C B E D NGN modelling with STEM 4 Traffic matrices The traffic generated on the 15 routes is mapped onto the trunk exchanges using an access matrix and a core matrix These matrices are used to calculate the traffic on each trunk exchange interface by multiplying the traffic carried for each service by route by the multiplier for the exchange and summing over all services NGN modelling with STEM Migration process There are two steps to the migration from the traditional network to NGN: first the IP network is deployed and run alongside the traditional infrastructure while customers are being migrated the legacy network equipment is then removed once the migration is complete NGN modelling with STEM 5 Media gateways and soft switches A media gateway is installed at a remote concentrator site, converting TDM circuits to IP and multiplexing them onto a gigabit Ethernet network The GigE network is connected to an IP access router at the local exchange The media gateway equipment includes new line cards (voice/DSL- capable) and the GigE interface A soft switch is deployed at each trunk exchange site, establishing call sessions and identifying destination IP addresses for media packets Gigabit ethernet Media gateway Access lines Soft switch Cross connect frame Line cards/ concentrator Gigabit ethernet Media gateway Access lines Soft switchSoft switch Cross connect frame Line cards/ concentrator NGN modelling with STEM Multi-service media gateways for ATM An IP access router is deployed at each local exchange site Remote concentrators are connected to this access router via a GigE ring Each router is connected to other access routers on the local exchange ring and to the backbone routers via further GigE rings ATM access circuits are migrated from the traditional ATM switch to the access router via a multi-service media gateway to trunk switch MDF Voice access lines STM-1 Remote concentrators (legacy) STM-16 64, 2 Mb/s, STM-1 ATM to trunk switch STM-16 ATM switch TDM voice switch ATM access (legacy) Access router Remote concentrators (IP) Gigabit ethernet ATM access Gigabit ethernet to backbone routers multi-service media gateway to soft switchIP Traditional IP Traditional NGN modelling with STEM 6 Migration scenarios and results Three scenarios are modelled: proactive: customers are migrated to the IP network before the end of the traditional network’s life migrate-as-required: customers are migrated only when a given access network reaches the end of its life no migration: the legacy networks are maintained, as a base for comparison with the main scenarios The key model results are the opex, capex and depreciation for the various networks and scenarios considered NGN modelling with STEM STEM® business-case modelling software for networks www.analysys.com/stem/ Robin Bailey – Head of Decision Systems Group robin.bailey@analysys.com +44 1223 452773
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Score: 513170.4 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/tech...%20ITU-APT.WS-NGN-07-PP-22.pdf
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OECD Manual on Information Exchange 43. The Committee on Fiscal Affairs has approved a new Manual on Information Exchange. (...) It first discusses general and legal aspects of exchange of information and then covers the following specific subject matters: (1) Exchange of Information on Request, (2) Spontaneous Information Exchange, (3) Automatic (or Routine) Exchange of Information, (4) Industry-wide Exchange of Information, (5) Simultaneous Tax Examinations, (6) Tax Examinations Abroad, (7) Country Profiles Regarding Information Exchange, and (8) Information Exchange Instruments and Models. 45. (...) Article 4 of the CIAT Model Agreement on Exchange of Tax Information allows exchange of information in cases of tax crime. 66.
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Score: 512763.1 - https://www.un.org/esa/ffd/wp-...information_EC1820066Add.1.pdf
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There are two types of exchange surcharges in the Indonesian import and exchange system: the Dollar Export Certificate rate and the "Inducement" Certificate rate. (...) Exchange licenses for importation of goode are issued in the name of the Foreign Exchange Institute by the Central Office of imports. (...) In order to acquire the necessary exchange to pay for these imports, importers have to buy an inducement" certificate at an authorized exchange bank at the rate of 70 per cent of the rupiah value of the exchange.
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Score: 512291.06 - https://www.wto.org/gatt_docs/English/SULPDF/90080007.pdf
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The reporting currency accounting entries relating to foreign exchange operations shall be entered in foreign exchange position countervalue accounts on or off the balance sheet. Consequently, transactions involving a foreign currency and the reporting currency shall be entered in their appropriate ledger and each ledger shall be balanced by using "mirror accounts" such as the following: - foreign currency exchange position divided into: . balance sheet exchange position. . off-balance sheet exchange position. - Reporting currency exchange position equivalent (or countervalue) divided into: . Balance sheet exchange position equivalent. . Off-balance sheet exchange position equivalent.
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Score: 512235.4 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...e/khm_e/WTACCKHM3A3_LEG_29.pdf
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ITU-R BR Series Recommendations: New Documents ITU-R BR Series Recommendations: New Documents Recently Posted Recommendations [ BR.1355-1 (03/00) ] - Viewing conditions for telecine transfer of film images on a television display Viewing conditions for telecine transfer of film images on a television display [ BR.1384-2 (03/2011) ] - Parameters for international exchange of multi-channel sound recordings with or without accompanying picture Parameters for international exchange of multi-channel sound recordings with or without accompanying picture [ BR.1684-0 (09/2004) ] - Recording of 5.1-channel audio programmes on video tape recorders Recording of 5.1-channel audio programmes on video tape recorders [ BR.1352-3 (12/2007) ] - File format for the exchange of audio programme materials with metadata on information technology media File format for the exchange of audio programme materials with metadata on information technology media [ BR.1375-3 (01/2007) ] - High-definition television (HDTV) digital recording formats High-definition television (HDTV) digital recording formats [ BR.1375-2 (06/02) ] - High-definition television (HDTV) recording High-definition television (HDTV) recording [ BR.780-2 (04/2005) ] - Time and control code standards, for production applications in order to facilitate the international exchange of television programmes on magnetic tapes Time and control code standards, for production applications in order to facilitate the international exchange of television programmes on magnetic tapes [ BR.1733-0 (08/2005) ] - Broadcasters' use of digital television recording formats designed for semi-professional or consumer applications Broadcasters' use of digital television recording formats designed for semi-professional or consumer applications [ BR.1725-0 (04/2005) ] - Handling, restoration and storage of programme material that broadcasters have archived in the form of cinematographic film Handling, restoration and storage of programme material that broadcasters have archived in the form of cinematographic film [ BR.1384-1 (04/05) ] - Parameters for international exchange of multi-channel sound recordings with or without accompanying picture Parameters for international exchange of multi-channel sound recordings with or without accompanying picture [ BR.1695-0 (09/2004) ] - Recording formats for international exchange for the evaluation of high-definition television programmes Recording formats for international exchange for the evaluation of high-definition television programmes [ BR.1694-0 (09/2004) ] - Videocassette recording formats for international exchange of large-screen digital imagery programmes intended for presentation in a theatrical environment Videocassette recording formats for international exchange of large-screen digital imagery programmes intended for presentation in a theatrical environment [ BR.1355-2 (09/2004) ] - Viewing conditions for the assessment of telecine transfers of film images on a television display Viewing conditions for the assessment of telecine transfers of film images on a television display [ BR.265-9 (02/04) ] - Operating practices for the international exchange of programmes on film for television use Operating practices for the international exchange of programmes on film for television use [ BR.602-5 (02/2004) ] - Exchange of standard definition television recordings for programme content evaluation Exchange of standard definition television recordings for programme content evaluation [ BR.1384-0 (12/98) ] - Parameters for international exchange of multi-channel sound recordings Parameters for international exchange of multi-channel sound recordings [ BR.782-1 (08/94) ] - Area of 35 mm print film used for 4:3 conventional television systems Area of 35 mm print film used for 4:3 conventional television systems [ BR.783-1 (08/94) ] - Area of 35 mm release print film used for conventional 16:9 television systems Area of 35 mm release print film used for conventional 16:9 television systems [ BR.784-0 (03/92) ] - Exchange of television programmes on 16-mm film with two synchronous sound tracks on a separate support Exchange of television programmes on 16-mm film with two synchronous sound tracks on a separate support [ BR.1217-0 (10/95) ] - Recording of pan-scan data of 16:9 recordings within the user bits of the longitudinal time code Recording of pan-scan data of 16:9 recordings within the user bits of the longitudinal time code [ BR.501-2 (06/90) ] - Appraisal of programmes on colour film intended for television use Appraisal of programmes on colour film intended for television use [ BR.716-2 (08/94) ] - Area of 35 mm motion picture film used in HDTV telecines Area of 35 mm motion picture film used in HDTV telecines [ BR.781-1 (08/94) ] - HDTV telecine colour balance for film programmes HDTV telecine colour balance for film programmes [ BR.779-2 (01/2003) ] - Operating practices for digital television recording Operating practices for digital television recording [ BR.1575-0 (06/2002) ] - Guide to the selection of digital video tape recording formats for studio production in the standard definition television (SDTV) environment based on production requirements Guide to the selection of digital video tape recording formats for studio production in the standard definition television (SDTV) environment based on production requirements [ BR.780-1 (04/02) ] - Time and control code standards for the international exchange of television programmes on magnetic tapes Time and control code standards for the international exchange of television programmes on magnetic tapes [ BR.469-7 (06/2002) ] - Analogue composite television tape recording Analogue composite television tape recording [ BR.1574-0 (06/2002) ] - Archival of sound-program material in the form of files recorded on information technology media Archival of sound-program material in the form of files recorded on information technology media [ BR.1352-2 (06/02) ] - File format for the exchange of audio programme materials with metadata on information technology media File format for the exchange of audio programme materials with metadata on information technology media [ BR.1376-0 (11/98) ] - Compression families for use in recording and networked standard definition television production Compression families for use in recording and networked standard definition television production [ BR.780-0 (03/92) ] - Time and control code standards for the international exchange of television programmes on magnetic tapes Time and control code standards for the international exchange of television programmes on magnetic tapes [ BR.1292-0 (10/97) ] - Engineering guidelines for video recording in standard definition television production and post-production chains Engineering guidelines for video recording in standard definition television production and post-production chains [ BR.657-2 (03/92) ] - Digital television tape recording Digital television tape recording [ BR.1352-1 (12/01) ] - File format for the exchange of audio programme materials with metadata on information technology media File format for the exchange of audio programme materials with metadata on information technology media [ BR.714-2 (12/2001) ] - International exchange of programmes produced by means of high-definition television International exchange of programmes produced by means of high-definition television [ BR.1531-0 (06/2001) ] - Exchange of sound programmes for broadcast use recorded as broadcast wave format files on compact and digital versatile recordable data disks Exchange of sound programmes for broadcast use recorded as broadcast wave format files on compact and digital versatile recordable data disks [ BR.1374-1 (06/2001) ] - Scanned area dimensions from 16 mm and 35 mm cinematographic film used in television Scanned area dimensions from 16 mm and 35 mm cinematographic film used in television [ BR.1530-0 (06/2001) ] - Guide to Recommendations on the use of film in television Guide to Recommendations on the use of film in television [ BR.649-1 (03/92) ] - Measuring methods for analogue audio tape recordings Measuring methods for analogue audio tape recordings [ BR.1515-0 (04/2001) ] - International exchange of digital electronic news gathering recordings International exchange of digital electronic news gathering recordings [ BR.408-7 (04/01) ] - International exchange of sound programmes recorded in analogue form International exchange of sound programmes recorded in analogue form [ BR.715-1 (04/2001) ] - International exchange of analogue electronic news gathering recordings International exchange of analogue electronic news gathering recordings [ BR.777-3 (04/2001) ] - International exchange of two-channel digital audio recordings International exchange of two-channel digital audio recordings [ BR.785-1 (04/2001) ] - The release of programmes in a multiple release media environment The release of programmes in a multiple release media environment [ BR.1216-1 (04/01) ] - Recording of television or sound programmes on magnetic tape in the case when several programmes are intended for broadcasting in the same digital multiplex Recording of television or sound programmes on magnetic tape in the case when several programmes are intended for broadcasting in the same digital multiplex [ BR.1218-1 (04/2001) ] - Recording of ancillary data on digital recorders for consumer use Recording of ancillary data on digital recorders for consumer use [ BR.1220-1 (04/2001) ] - Requirements for the generation, recording and presentation of high definition television programmes intended for release in the "electronic cinema" Requirements for the generation, recording and presentation of high definition television programmes intended for release in the "electronic cinema" [ BR.1287-1 (04/2001) ] - Broadcasting of programmes on film with multichannel sound Broadcasting of programmes on film with multichannel sound [ BR.1375-1 (04/01) ] - High-definition television (HDTV) recording High-definition television (HDTV) recording [ BR.1440-0 (03/2000) ] - 16:9 video images transferred to 35 mm film for optical projection 16:9 video images transferred to 35 mm film for optical projection
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