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B Country AVBNC 7 ISSUES • Is capital gain taxable under domestic law of Country A? • Is capital gain exempt from domestic tax under Article 13(4) of Country A-Luxembourg treaty? (...) – Does Country A impose tax on gains from the disposal of immovable property situated in Country A? (...) 16 ANALYSIS: Treaty • Is the capital gain exempt from tax under Article 13(4) of the treaty?
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Score: 591332.96 - https://www.un.org/esa/ffd/wp-...Case-study-treaty-shopping.pdf
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Consequently, the dominant performance transistor gain. Conduction angles between class A limitation on PAE for UmmW PAs is the available and B are referred to as AB. gain to realize high efficiency at the moderate output powers described in Section 2. We will The available power gain produces a limitation in investigate approaches to improve the gain while PAE at bands near the maximum cutoff frequency of optimizing the PAE factors in (3) in the next the transistor, fmax. (...) Table 1 illustrates sample gain drops. Notably, several factors in the PAE characteristics of different transistor technologies change as a function of the .
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Score: 590290.97 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica...7/files/basic-html/page54.html
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., Germany-France in early EEC; Pakistan-India in SAFTA) Nestlé SAWTO Symposium 26 May 2004 #6 The global fundamentals: (consumers) gaining from more free trade globally US$ 380 billion per annum (50% cut in agricultural support and 50% reduction of protection in services and manufacturing; static) US$ 1860 billion per annum (100% cut in all protection; increasing economies of scale) Shares in gains: 26%17%developing 19%38%industrialised developing c.industrialised c.benefiting: liberalising: = 43% Source: World Bank Nestlé SAWTO Symposium 26 May 2004 #7 If done correctly, the poor can gain, because they face a higher burden from protectionism 14.4% 6.2% 0% 5% 10% 15% Deeply poor; less than 1$ per day Nonpoor; more than 2$ per day Effective tariff as faced by income groups Source: World Bank, Global economic prospects 2002. Making trade work for the world's poor; Washington 2001 Nestlé SAWTO Symposium 26 May 2004 #8 Consumer gains in real prosperity: Hours of work needed to buy a bicycle, 1901 and 2001 in 1901in 1901 in 2001in 2001 356 hours356 hours 12 hours12 hours Nestlé SAWTO Symposium 26 May 2004 #9 Consumer gains in choice: shop before .... (...) Sources: WTO Symposium May 2002; Evian Group meetings Nestlé SAWTO Symposium 26 May 2004 #15 Long-term priorities: broader view on WTO "vases"/flows Process Setup/focus from: trade "Do ut des", rule-based world reciprocity economic order to: knowledge Consumer strengthening investment gains competition (as a concept!) A too early obituary for WTO After Cancun Spaghetti bowl – too complicated for business ... but complementary pragmatic bottom-up regional opening will help The global fundamentals: (consumers) gaining from more free trade globally If done correctly, the poor can gain, because they face a higher burden from protectionism Consumer gains in real prosperity: Hours of work needed to buy a bicycle, 1901 and 2001 Consumer gains in choice: shop before .... ... and after the Berlin Wall came down Priority for Doha Round: The right balance Priority: Changing course in agricultural policies Priority: Open markets for long-term food supply security from unused land Long-term WTO perspective: competition as a concept - against misperceptions circulating Long-term priorities: broader view on WTO
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Score: 590258.4 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...ymp04_paper9_oberhaensli_e.pdf
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Jobs Infrastructure development Market access liberalization Increased operators sustainability Increased operators sustainability Operational savings/efficiency gains Operational savings/efficiency gains Operational savings/efficiency gains User satisfaction/predictability for operators. (...) Jobs Operational savings/efficiency gains for stakeholders. Increased operators sustainability Increased operators sustainability Increased operators sustainability Political support for air transport Operational savings/efficiency gains. (...) Operational savings/efficiency gains. Political support for air transport. Operational savings/efficiency gains.
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Score: 590209.57 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...SATAPS%20Country%20Profile.pdf
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The partnership, which was signed on Thursday aims to enable inclusive and efficient agricultural and food systems, focusing on new approaches which engage small and medium enterprises (SMEs) to promote market-based solutions as a key tool for improved nutrition. FAO and GAIN will also work to make urban food systems more nutrition-sensitive, through support to GAIN's Urban Governance for Nutrition Program and FAO's Urban Food Agenda . (...) Access to healthy diets Since its launch 2002, the Switzerland-based GAIN has worked to keep nutrition on the global agenda. (...) GAIN has considerable experience working with the private sector, in particular through its Marketplace for Nutritious Foods programme.
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Score: 588648.44 - https://www.fao.org/newsroom/d...rts-targeting-healthy-diets/en
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Excessive payments to a related company may not be considered as royalties and are sometimes treated as a dividend. 2.2.5 Capital gains With respect to capital gains, the tax treatment varies to a large extent among countries, i.e. from taxing none, to taxing some or even all gains. (...) Finally, some countries exempt such gains in intercompany situations. Where defined, these gains generally include gains derived from the alienation of (certain types of) assets. (...) Treaty allocation of taxing rights and treaty definitions with respect to investment income and capital gains 3.1. General aspects In the following sections, the allocation of taxing rights over investment income and capital gains, as well as how these items of income and gains are defined in tax treaties will be discussed.
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Score: 586243.26 - https://www.un.org/esa/ffd/wp-.../05/20130530_Paper7A_Goede.pdf
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. - CDMA technology employs processing gain concept which enhances the coverage. - CDMA technology has superior quality by virtue of soft handoff. (...) Boat Test Drive 3 - CDMA tower call results CDMA 850 MHz GSM 1800 MHz Coverage reach for CDMA Coverage reach for GSM (Voice (Voice + Data) – approx 25 km + Data) – approx 16 km This is with conventional solution This is with un-conventional – solution – Standard BTS – No Tower Top Tower Top BTS. solution . Normal Gain antenna used Normal Gain antenna used No special feature used Special feature PBT deployed Incidental coverage beyond 25km Incidental coverage beyond may be possible 16km may be possible The coverage reach can be further The coverage reach can be enhanced, with Tower Top BTS, further enhanced, with High gain High gain antennae (20.5 dB antenna (20.5 dB gain), to 20+ gain), to 30+ km km Figure 9.
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Score: 586177.34 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica...e/files/basic-html/page45.html
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The GAIN conference in December 2013 concluded that the next objective of GAIN is to formulate a capacity building strategy with two subsequent goals:  to develop and provide a Green Jobs assessment training package that systematically trains, teaches and assists GAIN members in undertaking Green Jobs assessments  to institutionalize capacity building through relevant regional hubs that would serve as a delivery platform of training to practitioners (e.g. researchers and policy makers) in the area of Green Jobs assessments. (...) This second annual conference of GAIN will be structured in the format of a workshop, including panel discussions on experiences from experts using various GJAMs; presentation and review of the draft training modules; and discussion on ways forward to deliver training to GAIN members and other practitioners in the field of Green Jobs assessments. (...) They will identify the range of areas in which GAIN could engage in to feel research and knowledge gaps.  Ms.
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Score: 585230.47 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...eetingdocument/wcms_358195.pdf
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Cadre pour la réalisation de gains d’efficience à partir de 2006-07 5. Lors de l’examen des gains d’efficience proposés dans le Sommaire du PTB 2006-07, le Comité du Programme et le Comité financier ont reconnu les gains de productivité importants réalisés ces dernières années et les difficultés liées à la réalisation de nouvelles économies, et ils ont demandé que les objectifs dans ce domaine soient réalistes.4 6. (...) Gains d’efficience en 2008-09 9. Ce même cadre a été appliqué aux gains d’efficience biennaux de 13,1 millions d’USD prévus dans le PTB 2008-09. (...) Gains d’efficience prévus en 2010-11 15. La planification des gains d’efficience en 2010-11 s’est inspirée de l’expérience acquise en 2008- 09 et des conclusions de l’Examen détaillé.
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Score: 584554.1 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...fo/K6520F_CL_FoC_Note_6_02.pdf
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The results are the following: Coding quality gain comparison between TML9 and TML9 without in-loop filtering: At low bit rate(QP≧16), TML9 leads to gain up to 0.6 [dB] in intra-coded pictures, and up to 0.3[dB] on an average of sequences. At middle bit rate(8≦QP≦14), TML9’s coding gain is almost similar to TML9 without in-loop filtering. (...) At middle rate (8≦QP≦14), TM9’s coding gain is almost similar to TML9 without in-loop filtering.
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Score: 584545.6 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...te/2002_01_Geneva/JVT-B078.doc
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