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Erosion of preferences is another factor especially harming export activities. On the productive side, supply-side constraints and deficiencies in the productive sector characterised by poor infrastructure, a very low density of productive links between the exporting activities and SMEs; and little capacity in domestic enterprises to supply goods or services of significant value added, either to the domestic or export market. (...) The meeting/briefing will focus on the possible interaction of aspects widely discussed as possible factors limiting the possibility of developing or less developed countries ability to derive benefits from international trade, specifically: Smallness, Vulnerability and Remoteness. It will inform on a list of situations for negotiations by analysing specific development problems related to trade, as well as development issues that trade policy instruments should contribute to solve. Welcoming Remarks Moderator Constantine BARTEL ICTSD Trade supported strategies for sustainable development in the post Doha scenario, challenges and opportunities for SVE This presentation outlines the factors that contribute to vulnerability and illustrates how a combination and intensity of several of these factors determine the features and competitiveness of each country.
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Score: 732708.7 - https://www.wto.org/english/fo...lic_forum2007_e/session9_e.doc
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The weight factor w can take values in the range [0, 1]. If w > 0.5 , the 4-tap filter is used in interpolation for the current block. (...) As explained above, a weight factor is used to control update strength. The weight factor is hence an indicator of how reliable the update motion vector is. (...) For blocks with a lower weight factor, bilinear filter is sufficient. In our simulations generally over 30% blocks were interpolated with bilinear method.
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Score: 731702.25 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...ite/2005_04_Busan/JVT-O015.doc
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It is important to note, however, that the application of such models for the post hoc identification and analysis of the role of fatigue as a contributing factor to aviation incidents and accidents should be undertaken with great caution. (...) Isolating fatigue from the numerous other factors that may have contributed to an event, then proving its contribution may not be possible. (...) It was observed that, while fatigue is identified in many countries as a contributing factor to a ‘significant’ proportion of road accidents, estimates of the role of fatigue vary considerably (from 1 to 20%), and they are in fact merely estimates, often based on criteria that exclude other factors rather than definitively identifying the contribution of fatigue.
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Score: 731051.4 - https://www.icao.int/safety/fa...0Models%20Document_2015.04.pdf
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* Yes ------------------------- * If yes, please provide details: * Tobacco as a risk factor is covered in the programme of the FDI World Dental Congress especially with respect to the common risk factor approach to NCDs. (...) Include tobacco as a risk factor for oral diseases and take a common risk factor approach in all FDI Advocacy material and toolkits. ------------------------- * Article 13 (Tobacco advertising, promotion and sponsorship)? (...) Tobacco is a major risk factor for oral diseases and we take a common risk factor approach by working with other NCD partners. ------------------------- * Please attach any other relevant file(s) Section: Declarations --------------------------------------------------- * Please confirm that your organization does not receive, has not received and will not receive in the future, either directly or indirectly, any financial or other contributions or assistance from the tobacco industry or its affiliates.
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Score: 730321.1 - https://www.who.int/fctc/cop/F...rld-Dental-Federation_2020.pdf
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Praveen Mishra, is very supportive of the Success Factors Policy Analysis for Women's and Children's Health in Nepal. (...) Coverage of antenatal care (4 visits) and post-natal care have also risen to 50% and 45% respectively (NDHS, 2011). • Coverage of key child health interventions has increased - >92%for full immunization at one year (DoHS, 2012), and 70% exclusive breast feeding (NDHS, 2011). • Key factors within the health sector identified as contributing to progress included: o Interim Constitution of Nepal 2007 stated health as a fundamental right o A series of national policies and programmes, including the National Policy on SBA; National Safe Abortion Policy; National Safe Motherhood Plan; Safe Delivery Incentive Programme (later the Aama programme);Family Planning Programme; National Neonatal Health Strategy; o The commitment to increase the number of comprehensive Emergency Obstetric Neonatal Care facilities; o The Community-based Integrated Management of Childhood Illness Programme; National Immunization Programme; o The role of Female Community Health Volunteers. Success Factors for women’s and children’s health Study group internal communication – Please do not circulate PMNCH update Summary report from Sharon Arscott-Mills Consultant for the Nepal review • Despite improvements, coverage remains relatively low for some key interventions and factors outside of the health sector were highlighted by participants as having also contributed to reductions in maternal and child mortality, including: o The increased enrolment of girls in secondary school; o Expanded road infrastructure; o Out-migration for work and remittances. • Other factors were also highlighted as instrumental for progress: o Promotion of the rights of women in the Interim Constitution of Nepal (2007) o The role of research and evidence based policies, plans, strategies and programmes o Political will and commitment to develop, test and scale up local solutions to address Nepal’s unique needs, e.g. remote area strategy for maternal health and community- based newborn care o National level networking, coordination and collaboration between government and external development partners, including NGOs.
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Score: 730321.1 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/know.../publications/nepal_update.pdf
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Document 1/162 Brazil said that Document 1/162 was intended more specifically for Question 15/1, but that in its opinion low-cost dissemination of knowledge and the promotion of business incubators were also factors that encouraged investment. Document 1/141 In Document 1/141, Mauritania described the instruments adopted by the country's authorities which had now generated marked interest on the part of investors. Refinement of the legal and judiciary frameworks, consolidation of reform of the financial sector, gradual state withdrawal from the commercial sectors, the establishment of a regulatory framework ensuring healthy and fair competition, all within a rationalized national institutional environment, were the main success factors. Document 1/161 In Contribution 1/161, Mali confirmed the crucial importance of the quality of the institutional, judiciary and legal frameworks and of the establishment of an autonomous and independent regulatory body among the factors liable to encourage investment. (...) • Which of political stability and profitability was the most conducive factor for investment? After answering the above questions, the Chairman asked the group whether or not study of Question 11/1 needed to be pursued during the next study period.
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Score: 730147 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/stud...1998-2002/SG1/Reports/021e.doc
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The contribution of an Accused to the establishment of the truth is indeed one of the reasons given in the case-law of this Tribunal and the Tribunal for Rwanda for considering guilty pleas as mitigating factors. (...) The Appeals Chamber agrees with the Appellant that the work of the Tribunal is “an element of the process of reconciliation and a factor contributing to the maintenance of peace and security” in the region, which has been an inherent function of the Tribunal since its inception. (...) The Appeals Chamber recalls in particular that the Trial Chamber specifically bore in mind the Appellant’s genuine remorse and personal contribution towards reconciliation in the region when it analyzed his guilty plea, and that it attached significant weight to these factors.
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Score: 729186.6 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/b...en/070402_Bralo_summary_en.pdf
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The contribution of an Accused to the establishment of the truth is indeed one of the reasons given in the case-law of this Tribunal and the Tribunal for Rwanda for considering guilty pleas as mitigating factors. (...) The Appeals Chamber agrees with the Appellant that the work of the Tribunal is “an element of the process of reconciliation and a factor contributing to the maintenance of peace and security” in the region, which has been an inherent function of the Tribunal since its inception. (...) The Appeals Chamber recalls in particular that the Trial Chamber specifically bore in mind the Appellant’s genuine remorse and personal contribution towards reconciliation in the region when it analyzed his guilty plea, and that it attached significant weight to these factors.
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Score: 729186.6 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/b...als%20Judgement%20for%20Mi.pdf
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Southgate fibre, Prosky fibre and Englyst fibre values. FILE 6: CONVERSION FACTOR VALUES (FACTOR) This file (FACTOR) is an optional file defining conversion factors applicable to the entire database, a specific food group, or at the food level. When the conversion factors are treated as ‘components’ and the factors are provided in the VALUE file, this file should not be used. (...) If the food of the contributing value is not part in the dataset/database.
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Score: 727037.2 - https://www.fao.org/uploads/me...posed_interchange_files_02.pdf
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The remainder of this section briefly describes each of these external factors. IDB.47/10 PBC.35/10 3/7 V.19-01464 Figure A: Organizational Theory of Change External Factors 11. (...) This external factor relates to the IRPF level 3, “Programme Management Effectiveness”. (...) UNIDO’s efforts to scaling up its ISID interventions can be affected by external factors such as existing funding modalities, national foreign policy priorities and related factors.
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Score: 726752.15 - https://www.unido.org/api/open...d/14066985/unido-file-14066985
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