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However, we are still looking to receive the financial and technical assistance as provided for in the TRIPS Agreement as an important element of balance.   The balance we have negotiated in the Uruguay Round is delicate. (...) With regard to the issue of investment, Egypt looks upon foreign direct investment as a vital and important element that shares in the achievement of the objectives of development and growth. (...) Concerning the issue of competition policies, it is considered as a very important element of our future work as stipulated in the TRIMS Agreement which should be reviewed in the year 2000.
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Score: 865517.9 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...to_e/minist_e/min96_e/st73.htm
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Working Party 3/12 QoS Over IP Consent for New Recommendation P.1010 “Fundamental Voice Transmission Objectives for VoIP Terminals and Gateways”. It provides guidance on fundamental speech transmission performance requirements for IP terminals and gateways. (...) This protocol makes it possible to transfer from network element to network element, amongst the path of a session, information on the quality (delays, packet losses) of the session and how theses elements interact (jitter buffer size, etc.).
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Score: 863890.8 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-T/2001-2004/com12/meet0304.pdf
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The non-paper set out to provide all the elements which seemed necessary, albeit not exhaustive, to identify the legal and conceptual basis of the Declaration and to give an idea of its scope. 8. (...) These aspects will be dealt with in more detail below in connection with the two elements which it now seems agreed should be part of the follow-up mechanism. 1. (...) Appendix II NON-PAPER Elements for a possible declaration concerning the promotion of fundamental principles and rights within the mandate of the ILO I.
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Score: 856435.9 - www.ilo.org/public/engl.../relm/gb/docs/gb271/gb-3-1.htm
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The non-paper set out to provide all the elements which seemed necessary, albeit not exhaustive, to identify the legal and conceptual basis of the Declaration and to give an idea of its scope. 8. (...) These aspects will be dealt with in more detail below in connection with the two elements which it now seems agreed should be part of the follow-up mechanism. 1. (...) Appendix II NON-PAPER Elements for a possible declaration concerning the promotion of fundamental principles and rights within the mandate of the ILO I.
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Score: 856435.9 - https://www.ilo.org/public/eng.../relm/gb/docs/gb271/gb-3-1.htm
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Fundamentals of collective bargaining for primary trade union organizations: workshop in Armenia Skip to main content ILO Advancing social justice, promoting decent work ILO is a specialized agency of the United Nations Русский Countries Topics Sectors Search ilo.org Search ilo.org Menu Home About the ILO Newsroom Meetings and events Publications Research Labour standards Statistics and databases Contact Us Eastern Europe and Central Asia About the office Staff Vacancies Areas of work Employment Enterprises development Gender equality International Labour Standards Occupational safety and health (OSH) Social protection Workers' and Employers' organizations Countries covered Armenia Azerbaijan Belarus Georgia Kazakhstan Kyrgyzstan Russia Tajikistan Turkmenistan Uzbekistan News room Information resources Library Publications Video Links Newsletters Press about us Projects Events ILO home Regions and countries Eastern Europe and Central Asia News room Fundamentals of collective bargaining for primary trade union organizations: workshop ... Fundamentals of collective bargaining for primary trade union organizations: workshop in Armenia From 10th to 12th of June, a workshop on Fundamentals of collective bargaining and the negotiation process for primary trade union organizations was held in the city of Tsakhkadzor, Armenia. (...) ILO presented Social Dialogue for Job Creation as an important element of the ongoing Enabling Environment for Sustainable Enterprises (EESE) programme, promoted by the ILO in Armenia.
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Score: 856301.8 - https://www.ilo.org/moscow/new...WCMS_493386/lang--en/index.htm
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Ecuador believed that transfer of technology was a fundamental element in fighting climate change as well as in adapting and mitigating the harmful effects of climate change. The issue of IPRs and the debate on cooperation and technology was becoming a fundamental element concerning the best way to adapt to and slow down the effects of climate change, particularly for developing countries.
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Score: 855499.8 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...s_e/march2013_on_climate_e.pdf
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Recognized for his breakthrough discoveries that extend the Periodic Table of Chemical Elements and for his promotion of the basic sciences at global scale. Professor Oganessian’s work played a leading role in the synthesis and study of new chemical elements of the periodic table.  He has driven major developments in international scientific cooperation that led, inter alia, to the discovery of superheavy elements like the one with atomic number 118 named after him as Oganesson. (...) Since then, the Periodic Table has been continuously supplemented as scientists identify and synthesize new elements, mainly through international scientific cooperation.
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Score: 852675.7 - https://en.unesco.org/news/pro...-mendeleev-international-prize
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is Network capacityis Network capacity. • 30 Evaluating Total Efficiency Evaluating Total Efficiency Factor Factor •• Let the network efficiency be expressed as Let the network efficiency be expressed as QQ1(used capacity +backup capacity ) 1(used capacity +backup capacity ) /Q/Q2(installed capacity) 2(installed capacity) = = ßß Total Service Efficiency, (Total Service Efficiency, (Tse) is: TTsese = (= (ßß + + SSii+ M+ Mi i + + LLerer+ A+ Aii+ W+ Wss + T+ Tii+ + µµii)) = (= (ßß ++ OZOZee) ) 31 Issue /DecisionIssue /Decision a)a) Except for the element: employee line Except for the element: employee line ratio, the other elements that comprise ratio, the other elements that comprise OZOZee are extremely difficult to model. are extremely difficult to model. b)b) The fundamental question: do the elements The fundamental question: do the elements that comprise that comprise OZOZee satisfy the SG3 satisfy the SG3 practicability criterion for inclusion in any practicability criterion for inclusion in any cost model??????. (...) If pQQ22 > pQ> pQ1,1, the efficiency gap is the efficiency gap is negative and avoidable and requires negative and avoidable and requires an efficiency adjustment factor:an efficiency adjustment factor: ϖu = (Q= (Q11/ Q/ Q22)) So the LEC unit cost of interconnect So the LEC unit cost of interconnect traffic is: traffic is: (Total induced cost of Traffic)*((Total induced cost of Traffic)*(ϖu)) • Volume of traffic 38 E n g in eerin g S tu d ies R o u tin g F acto rs • (1) • Opening & Closing Net Book Values • Depreciation Charge for the period • Date of Commissioning of Assets Possible Cost Model Architecture for (PSTN) Fixed Network Switch Signalling and Setup Line termination Trunk Termination (2) Annualized Capital Cost (3) Technology Element / Functionality (4) Cost Pool (5) Cost Driver (6) Services Poles Underground Conduit Cable etc. Loop distance sensitive costs # lines in service Line miles in service Conveyance Signalling & Setup/ Minutes of Use Services Transmission Electronics Satellite Equipment Microwave Equipment Fibre Optic Equipment No. of call attempts Local Loop Minutes of Use Direct Determine capital works in progress by asset class Identify network support costs from general ledger Determine weighted average cost of capital Sources of Data Extract following data from the Plant Accounts Reclassify to Technology Groups Classify plant account records into following technology groups and determine annualized capital cost Unbundle Technology Groups to Technology Elements Group Elements into Cost Pools Apply cost drivers and routing factors Determine network cost of services 39 National Network 40 Unit Service CostUnit Service Cost Interconnect formula per individual service Interconnect formula per individual service becomes: becomes: (Total induced cost of Traffic)*((Total induced cost of Traffic)*(ϖu)) RRijij • Volume of traffic of Service, jVolume of traffic of Service, j •• RRij ij is the factor which represents the is the factor which represents the intensity and frequency of use of the intensity and frequency of use of the network in the delivery of service, j where network in the delivery of service, j where j = 1 to n j = 1 to n 41 COSITU REVISIONCOSITU REVISION •• Old Efficiency factor COSITU = Old Efficiency factor COSITU = Used capacity/Installed capacity.Used capacity/Installed capacity. •• Efficiency Factor TAL = Efficiency Factor TAL = Used capacity + backup capacity / Used capacity + backup capacity / unavoidable installed capacity. unavoidable installed capacity.
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Score: 849728.3 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/fina...04/john-prince-tal-model-7.pdf
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We are increasingly also seeing elements of the CRRF model being applied in other situations – the model is indeed “catching on”. (...) I would like to recall the four elements of CRRF: (i) easing pressure on host countries and communities, while they make a fundamental contribution to the global public good; (ii) to pursue self-reliance and resilience for refugees, as opposed to responding purely to humanitarian needs, which remain important; (iii) the development of further resettlement opportunities and legal pathways; and (iv) to build conditions for voluntary return (in addition, to this I would add building protection in-country that can allow for solutions for internally displaced persons). These four elements are interdependent and equal emphasis on all four is required.
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Score: 847965.3 - https://www.unhcr.org/en-au/ad...gue-protection-challenges.html
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We are increasingly also seeing elements of the CRRF model being applied in other situations – the model is indeed “catching on”. (...) I would like to recall the four elements of CRRF: (i) easing pressure on host countries and communities, while they make a fundamental contribution to the global public good; (ii) to pursue self-reliance and resilience for refugees, as opposed to responding purely to humanitarian needs, which remain important; (iii) the development of further resettlement opportunities and legal pathways; and (iv) to build conditions for voluntary return (in addition, to this I would add building protection in-country that can allow for solutions for internally displaced persons). These four elements are interdependent and equal emphasis on all four is required.
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Score: 847965.3 - https://www.unhcr.org/uk/admin...gue-protection-challenges.html
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