Home

Results 11 - 20 of 126,154 for gaining. Search took 1.55 seconds.  
Sort by date/Sort by relevance
First, countries must ensure that they have the ability under their domestic law to impose tax on the gains of an OIT. Countries that tax gains from OITs have taken two different approaches. (...) While this provision would retain source taxing rights on gains from OITs, its impact would be much broader in that it would allow unlimited source taxation on any residual gain as long as the gain arises in the source State according to its laws. (...) Accordingly, if the Committee decided to move forward with a rule that would generally allow for source taxation of residual gains, these speakers urged that a rule be drafted that defined the source of the gains.
Language:English
Score: 541485.45 - https://www.un.org/esa/ffd/wp-...ion_taxation-capital-gains.pdf
Data Source: un
Introduction    I. Why tax capital gains on the disposition of shares by foreigners?  (...)  How likely is it that capital gains on the shares of a corporation will reflect location‐specific  rent?   How important a justification for taxing capital gains is the prospect of tax avoidance?   What is the likely revenue benefit from implementing capital gains taxation?   
Language:English
Score: 538550.5 - https://www.un.org/esa/ffd/wp-...014/10/20140604_Paper4_Cui.pdf
Data Source: un
Such a tax is referred to as a capital gains tax (CGT) in this note, although while in some countries such gains are subject to a distinct capital gains tax (whether comprehensive 4 or more specific) in others the capital gain will be covered by the general income tax provisions, rather than as a separate tax. 5.2 In a CGT what is being taxed is the gain made from the disposal, not the full amount received as proceeds. (...) (b) If Capital Gains are taxed, how should that be done? 5.6 A country’s domestic tax laws could tax capital gains through: (i) A stand-alone Capital Gains Tax on the gain made through the sale: CGT could be a comprehensive CGT where the disposal of any kind of assets would be subject to taxation. (...) Obviously, if there are different rates for capital or income gains, or if the rules operate differently there will be clear incentives to “convert” capital gains to income gains or vice versa.
Language:English
Score: 536658.3 - https://www.un.org/esa/ffd/wp-...3_AttachmentB_CapitalGains.pdf
Data Source: un
June 6, 2017 WTO Trade Dialogues Lecture Page 4 Gains from Trade June 6, 2017 WTO Trade Dialogues Lecture Page 5 Sources of gains from trade Gains from trade Static gains Dynamic gains? Comparative advantage Increasing returns Gains from specialization “New” gains from trade? Variety gains? Productivity gains? June 6, 2017 WTO Trade Dialogues Lecture Page 6 Magnitude of the gains from trade Source: Ossa, R. 2015.
Language:English
Score: 536543.65 - https://www.wto.org/english/re...h_ossa_wto_trade_dialogues.pdf
Data Source: un
E/C.18/2019/CRP.9 Page 2 of 5 TAXATION OF CAPITAL GAINS ON OFFSHORE INDIRECT TRANSFERS UNDER DOMESTIC LAWS 1. (...) It would preserve, to the source State, taxing rights over capital gains in respect of a residuary class of assets: “Gains from the alienation of any property other than those gains mentioned in paragraphs 1, 2, 3 and 4 may be taxed in the Contracting State in which they arise according to the law of that State.” (...) However, such gains may also be taxed in the other Contracting State if they arise therein according to laws of that State. “ This provision would not only preserve primary taxing rights over OIT gains to the source country but would also preserve primary taxing rights to the source country over gains to location or from all other residuary kind of assets the same arise therein as per domestic laws.
Language:English
Score: 535957.67 - https://www.un.org/esa/ffd/wp-...del-Taxation-Capital-Gains.pdf
Data Source: un
Based on the recently presented ILO report Skills for a Greener Future, it will shed light on the need for skills development policies that allow countries to seize the employment opportunities and minimise the costs of the Just Transition. October 2019 GAIN Webinar 7: Skills for a Greener Future: Taking stock and looking ahead This GAIN Webinar will explore the linkages between skills and the Just Transition. (...) July 2019 GAIN Webinar 6: The Socioeconomic Impacts of the Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs) This session will explore the linkages between the Nationally Determined Contributions (NDC) and the Just Transition. (...) February 2018 Launching of the GAIN Training Guidebook during the 3rd GAIN Conference 01 February 2018 The third GAIN Conference, which followed the Global Forum on Just Transition, gave a tribune for researchers and policy makers to exchange on research methods and country experiences to evaluate the impact of transitioning towards greener economy.
Language:English
Score: 535060.5 - https://www.ilo.org/global/top.../activities/lang--en/index.htm
Data Source: un
To this end, we rst develop an exact decomposition of the gains from trade which separates "traditional" and "new" gains. (...) We make this point by deriving an exact decomposition of the gains from trade in a generalized Melitz (2003) model into "traditional" gains and "new" gains, where the "new" gains capture selection-induced variety and productivity e¤ects. (...) Conceptually, this implies that part of the gains captured by the Feenstra-Ratio show up in our "traditional" gains.
Language:English
Score: 534845.95 - https://www.wto.org/english/re...e/gtdw_e/wkshop17_e/ossa_e.pdf
Data Source: un
GAIN Webinars are organised around the following themes: The link between green policies and their social and employment outcomes The presentation of Green Jobs Assessment Reports and related evidence-based research papers that aim at evaluating the socioeconomic impact of climate action. (...) Find out each webinar's information below: November 2019 GAIN Webinar 8: Decentralised Renewables: Powering Jobs Growth in Emerging Markets October 2019 GAIN Webinar 7: Skills for a Greener Future: Taking stock and looking ahead July 2019 GAIN Webinar 6: The Socioeconomic Impacts of the Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs) March 2019 GAIN Webinar 5 (in Spanish): Empleos Verdes en Latinoamérica: ¿Cuál es la situación y qué herramientas nos permiten avanzar hacia una Transición Justa? January 2019 GAIN Webinar 4: The relevance of COP24 climate negotiations for research and vice versa 29 January 2019 November 2018 GAIN Webinar 3: Country ownership and development of Green Jobs Assessment Models 28 November 2018 September 2018 GAIN Webinar 2: Employment costs and benefits of the just transition: greening the transport sector 19 September 2018 July 2018 GAIN Webinar 1: World Employment and Social Outlook (2018): Greening with Jobs 24 July 2018 © 1996-2022 International Labour Organization (ILO) | Copyright and permissions  | Privacy policy | Fraud alert | Disclaimer   Skip to top
Language:English
Score: 533576.6 - https://www.ilo.org/global/top...in/webinars/lang--en/index.htm
Data Source: un
Each of the four countries selected today presented detailed proposals to GAIN. South Africa -- GAIN approved South Africa’s proposal for a 3-year $2.8 million grant for delivering fortified foods to 45 million South African consumers in the next 6-18 months -- more than 30 million of whom are at risk of micronutrient deficiency. (...) China – GAIN approved two separate programs for China for $3 million each. GAIN approved a proposal aimed at production of soy sauce fortified with iron, which would reach 360 million people by the end of the five-year program.
Language:English
Score: 533456.54 - https://www.who.int/news/item/...-fortification-to-world-s-poor
Data Source: un
Experimental results Applying these changes and using 5 sec long-term memory we have done some tests, which especially in the case of the news-sequence (Fig. 1) result in significant gains. News QCIF 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 KBits PSNR [dB] TML 4 TML4 with 5 sec. reference frame memory Fig. 1 Rate-Distortion Performance for the sequence News (QCIF, 10 fps) with 50 reference frames Silent QCIF 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 15 25 35 45 55 65 75 85 95 105 KBits PSNR [dB] TML4 TML4 with 5 sec. reference frame memory Fig. 2 Rate-Distortion Performance for the sequence Silent (QCIF, 15 fps) with 75 reference frames File:VCEG-L14 Page: 1 Date Printed: 05.01.2001 _1040211392.xls Diagramm1 80.7357969 57.4561016 56.7053008 40.12 39.662 28.0201992 27.5095 19.6943008 19.2110996 14.3085 12.9162002 10.1005 TML 4 TML4 with 5 sec. reference frame memory KBits PSNR [dB] News QCIF 39.81 39.8 37.52 37.55 35.14 35.18 32.92 32.95 30.79 30.85 28.48 28.55 Akiyo.cif Akiyo CIF Hz intra bits: intra_pred, mb_mode, cbp, coeffY, coeffC TML 4.5DM 15 inter bits (motion): mb_mode, mvd, referenz frame inter bits (texture): cbp, coeffY, coeffC uvlc inter ohne header uvlc intra ohne header QP bits (motion) bits (texture) psnr QP bits psnr 1 1026086 7249439 49.19 1 226705 49.47 16 261742 462583 40.67 16 55210 40.85 31 97602 43569 30.83 31 13718 31.02 uvlc aac entropy aac inter ohne header aac intra ohne header QP bits (motion) bits (texture) psnr QP bits psnr 1 903102 6517146 49.19 1 203360 49.47 16 210106 447206 40.67 16 51824 40.85 31 48200 42576 30.83 31 12408 31.02 entropy inter ohne header entropy intra ohne header QP bits (motion) bits (texture) psnr QP bits psnr 1 915860 7194784 49.19 1 214056 49.47 16 225380 516989 40.67 16 58304 40.85 31 47330 46839 30.83 31 15061 31.02 gain aac % gain entropy % gain aac intra % gain entropy intra % 11.9857399867 10.7423744209 10.297523213 5.579497585 19.727823582 13.8923061641 6.1329469299 -5.604057236 50.6157660704 51.5071412471 9.5494970112 -9.7900568596 Akiyo.cif 0 0 0 0 0 0 aac-gain entropy-gain QP % bit gain (inter) akiyo.cif 0 0 0 0 0 0 mobile.cif 0 0 0 0 0 0 aac-gain entropy-gain QP % bit gain (intra) akiyo.cif 0 0 0 0 0 0 container.qcif 0 0 0 0 0 0 motion bits texture bits bits akiyo.cif qp 1 Mobile CIF Hz intra bits: intra_pred, mb_mode, cbp, coeffY, coeffC TML 4.5DM 30 inter bits (motion): mb_mode, mvd, referenz frame inter bits (texture): cbp, coeffY, coeffC uvlc inter ohne header uvlc intra ohne header QP bits (motion) bits (texture) psnr QP bits psnr 1 1 19 19 31 31 aac inter ohne header aac intra ohne header QP bits (motion) bits (texture) psnr QP bits psnr 1 1 19 19 31 31 entropy inter ohne header entropy intra ohne header QP bits (motion) bits (texture) psnr QP bits psnr 1 1 19 19 31 31 gain aac % gain entropy % gain aac intra % gain entropy intra % 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 aac-gain entropy-gain QP % bit gain (inter) mobile.cif 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 aac-gain entropy-gain QP % bit gain (intra) mobile.cif 0 0 0 0 0 0 Container QCIF Hz intra bits: intra_pred, mb_mode, cbp, coeffY, coeffC TML 4.5DM 10 inter bits (motion): mb_mode, mvd, referenz frame inter bits (texture): cbp, coeffY, coeffC uvlc inter ohne header uvlc intra ohne header QP bits (motion) bits (texture) psnr QP bits psnr 1 1 19 19 31 31 aac inter ohne header aac intra ohne header QP bits (motion) bits (texture) psnr QP bits psnr 1 1 19 19 31 31 entropy inter ohne header entropy intra ohne header QP bits (motion) bits (texture) psnr QP bits psnr 1 1 19 19 31 31 gain aac % gain entropy % gain aac intra % gain entropy intra % 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 aac-gain entropy-gain QP % bit gain (inter) container.qcif 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 aac-gain entropy-gain QP % bit gain (intra) container.qcif 0 0 0 0 0 0 _1040212535.xls Diagramm1 103.5187969 99.4569 71.4527969 68.2453 49.0393984 47.0723 33.4966016 32.4125 22.9744004 22.2879 15.0967002 15.0095 TML4 TML4 with 5 sec. reference frame memory KBits PSNR [dB] Silent QCIF 38.8699 38.88 36.6199 36.67 34.4799 34.51 32.43 32.48 30.59 30.61 28.5 28.59 News QCIF News QCIF 10 fps 5 sec.
Language:English
Score: 532556.64 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...deo-site/0101_Eib/VCEG-L14.doc
Data Source: un