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Both documents emphasize the cooperative actions between the tax administrations of its member countries, which would allow for defining our Center from a macro approach as an organization for promoting international cooperation in the field of tax administration. The purpose of CIAT, as provided in article 2 of its Bylaws is the following: · promote a climate of mutual cooperation and · provide a forum for the exchange of experiences between its member countries and associate member countries, · assisting them in improving their tax administrations based on the needs expressed by them. (...) Programs and actions Within the context of its Bylaws, Strategic Plan and according to the activities plan and budget annually assigned by the General Assembly, CIAT, through the Executive Secretariat carries out substantive actions. · Diffusion and exchange of experiences. CIAT is an important international forum for the exchange of experiences, the discussion and analysis of tax administration problems within the framework of generous and open collaboration and respect among its member countries, associate member countries and other countries and international organizations especially invited. · Two annual meetings, such as the General Assembly and the Technical Conference, with the participation of the high level authorities from the member countries and associate member countries. · The development of regional projects that generally involves the holding of seminars on different aspects in the field of tax systems and administrations. · Development of references and making available support data to the member countries. (...) Bilateral or multilateral specific agreements on exchange of information should yield real mutual benefits, taking into account: a) the type of economic relations existing between the contracting countries; b) the nature of practices relating to tax fraud, evasion and avoidance arising in these countries; c) the development of the tax administrations and practical possibilities of use of the Agreement; and Also, the Working Group prepared a few years ago a Handbook for the implementation of the exchange of information, a training program and offered technical assistance in this field. · Actions carried out in the field of taxation by international, multilateral organizations, international cooperation agencies of national governments, public and private entities and the need to coordinate them with CIAT activities (Key Environmental Consideration Nº 7, CIAT’s Strategic Plan 2007/2008).
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Score: 805278.12 - https://www.un.org/esa/ffd/wp-..._07CIATTaxAvoidanceEvasion.doc
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II. FIELDS OF CO-OPERATION 1. Efficient usage and development of the motorway network in Central and Eastern Europe as a part of a multi-modal pan-European Transport Strategy and ident ification of investment needs and priorities to meet the future traffic demand efficiently and cost- effectively; 2. (...) WAYS OF CO–OPERATION • joint organization and co-financing of workshops, seminars and training courses for transfer of know-how and technologies; specific importance will be given to the participation of ASECAP and/or its members in areas of common interest concerning the elaboration of a functioning TEM Master Plan; • co-operation with other international organizations, institutions and bodies active in the fields of co-operation listed above; • exchange and consultation on the annual and long-term plans and programmes of work of the ASECAP and TEM; • annual mutual exchange of calendars of important meetings and activities of both sides related to the above fields of co-operation with a view of mutual participation in these meetings whenever possible; • the TEM and ASECAP will inform each other about the studies and/or activities they would be undertaking or they would commission on subjects related to the above fields of co-operation; • exchange of data of mutual interest related to the motorway transport and infrastructure, co-operation in updating the respective databases in order to enhance their uniformity and compatibility and co-operation with other institutions dealing with motorway data collection, processing and usage; 4 IV. CLOSING CLAUSES The co-operation in the framework of this Memorandum of Understanding reflects the desire of both parties for joint actions in the fields described, but at the same time does not contain or imply any legal or financial obligations or responsibilities deriving from the execution or absence of execution of all or part of the actions foreseen by the present Memorandum for whatever reason.
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Score: 804065.7 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DAM/oes/MOU/mou_ASECAP.pdf
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Fourthly, to strengthen the international exchanges and cooperation in the ICT field. Reform and opening up has been the fundamental state policy of China, whereupon China, in the principles of equality and mutual benefits, would like to increase the exchanges and cooperation with the other countries in the fields of ICTs, services, policies, standards and talents, aiming at the prosperous growth of all involved. (...) Chairman, dear delegates, China appreciates the significant role of the ITU in pro-moting the global ICT growth and expects the ITU to continue its efforts in strengthening the international cooperation, policy exchanges and information sharing and in helping the developing countries with their poor information infrastructure. The Chinese government is willing to increase the exchanges and cooperation with the ITU and its member countries and support the ITU for the sustained ICT development in the world. 51
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Score: 804022.17 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ...10/web/WebSearch/page0063.html
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Printing - Delimitation Treaties InfoBase page 1| Delimitation Treaties Infobase | accessed on 14/03/2002 DOALOS/OLA - UNITED NATIONS Treaty establishing the Joint Yemeni-Eritrean Committee for Bilateral Cooperation between the Government of the Republic of Yemen and the Government of the State of Eritrea 16 October 1998 Based on the progressive civilized example set by bilateral relations between the Republic of Yemen and the State of Eritrea, and Affirming their shared desire to continue to strengthen and reinforce these relations in service to their common interests, and Aware of the importance of strengthening and developing bilateral cooperation in all fields of mutual concern, The two parties have agreed to the following: Article 1 The two parties shall form a Joint Committee for Bilateral Cooperation between them in all fields of mutual concern, containing representatives of each party, to be called the Joint Yemeni-Eritrean Committee for Bilateral Cooperation, hereinafter referred to as the "Joint Committee," with the two Ministers of Foreign Affairs presiding. (...) Monitoring the implementation of agreements, protocols, memoranda of understanding and minutes signed between the two countries in the fields referenced in Paragraph 1 of this Article. 3. Discussing proposals submitted by either country with the purpose of strengthening and developing the horizons of cooperation between them in all various fields of mutual interest. 4. Encouraging the exchange of bilateral visits and meetings between officials of both countries, and exchanging information and documents relevant to joint cooperation relations.
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Score: 803413.96 - https://www.un.org/depts/los/L...LES/TREATIES/ERI-YEM1998BC.PDF
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Guidelines for the Implementation of OPMET Data Exchange using IWXXM Page 18 of 41 • Under such circumstances, it will be necessary to provide additional information relating to the reason for the non-operational status. • The 'permissibleUsageReason' field shall be set to either Test or Exercise. • The ' permissibleUsageSupplementary' field should contain a short description to provide further information. This is a free text field and is intended to contain the reason for the test or exercise. (...) These fields should be considered by Translation Centres when generating permissibleUsage IWXXM field.
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Score: 802849.27 - https://www.icao.int/airnaviga...20exchange%20using%20IWXXM.pdf
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Guidelines for the Implementation of OPMET Data Exchange using IWXXM Page 18 of 41 • Under such circumstances, it will be necessary to provide additional information relating to the reason for the non-operational status. • The 'permissibleUsageReason' field shall be set to either Test or Exercise. • The ' permissibleUsageSupplementary' field should contain a short description to provide further information. This is a free text field and is intended to contain the reason for the test or exercise. (...) These fields should be considered by Translation Centres when generating permissibleUsage IWXXM field.
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Score: 802849.27 - https://www.icao.int/airnaviga...20Exchange%20using%20IWXXM.pdf
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Putting all countries on a “level playing field” by making no meaningful distinction in the way they are treated in policy terms has not proved conducive to development. 5. (...) In addition to engaging in green-field investment and bringing in foreign direct investment (FDI) of the so-called bricks and mortar kind, TNCs also borrow local funds to secure finance that can be repatriated quickly and they engage in currency hedging operations to reduce their risks. (...) WT/GC/W/444 Page 4 • There is a need to develop a new more coherent framework in the fields of both trade and finance with the recognition of diversity of appropriate polices based on diversity of levels of development and national situation. • To ensure preservation of national policy autonomy. • Consider mechanisms under the umbrella of coherence to alleviate the situation of countries damaged by financial instability particularly exchange rate instability. • To develop a multilateral surveillance system both to coordinate macroeconomic policy and to ensure that these policies were compatible with the requirements of development policy. • To examine the trade implications of exchange rate instability and impact on BOP on a country by country basis. __________
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Score: 797751.9 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...1_e/proposals_e/wt_gc_w444.pdf
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In sum, the issue is whether the international community can agree to reform the international trade and financial and monetary systems and provide the appropriate institutional framework such that there is a more consistent and mutually supportive policy framework in the two fields of trade and finance, with a view to providing developing countries with a more predictable environment for their development. (...) Putting all countries on a “level playing field” by making no meaningful distinction in the way they are treated in policy terms has not proved conducive to development. 5. (...) In addition to engaging in green-field investment and bringing in foreign direct investment (FDI) of the so-called bricks and mortar kind, TNCs also borrow local funds to secure finance that can be repatriated quickly and they engage in currency hedging operations to reduce their risks.
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Score: 797751.9 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...1_e/proposals_e/wt_gc_w444.doc
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Microsoft PowerPoint - NIS-ITU1.ppt Bulgarian Governmental NIS PolicyBulgarian Governmental NIS Policy ITU CyberSecurity Forum The policy of the Bulgarian Government in the field of Network and Information Security Author: Assoc. (...) Slavcho Manolov, PhD – Advisor to the Chairman of SAITC, Alternate member of ENISA Management Board ITU Regional CyberSecurity Forum (Sofia, 7-9.09.2008) The policy of theThe policy of the Bulgarian Government Bulgarian Government in the field of Network and in the field of Network and Information SecurityInformation Security Author: Assoc. (...) The Law contains special chapter devoted to the information security, which clearly regulates the requirements in this field for administrations and their information systems.
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Score: 796736.6 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/cyb/...aria-strategy-sofia-oct-08.pdf
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This Multi-stakeholder Dialogue aims to discuss limits, operational challenges, and rooms for improvements of existing formal and informal mechanisms of international cooperation in the field of cybercrime and cyberterrorism cooperation, especially looking at information exchange and collecting digital evidence. (...) Giacomo Persi Paoli, Security and Technology Programme Lead, UNIDIR 14:05-15:20 Panel 1: Legal and operational challenges in the field of international cybercrime and cyberterrorism investigations The first panel will discuss the existing challenges concerning effective cooperation, especially regarding information exchange and gathering extraterritorial digital evidence.  (...) The second panel will look at existing processes at the international level to enhance further international cooperation in digital investigations, namely in the field of information exchange and digital evidence collection, and practical solutions implemented at the operational level to speed up the cooperation process. 
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Score: 796188.2 - https://www.unidir.org/events/...tion-mechanisms-cybercrime-and
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