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VOLUNTARY PEER REVIEW OF COMPETITION LAW AND POLICY : UNITED REPUBLIC OF TANZANIA : OVERVIEW
The desk research covered a review of, inter alia, (a) the Fair Competition Act of 2003 (FCA), the FCC Procedure Rules, the Merger Guidelines, the Merchandise Marks Act of 1963 and the Merchandise Marks Regulations of 2008; (b) selected decisions of the FCC and Annual Report for 2008–2009; (c) national policies such as the Sustainable Industrial Development Policy, National Vision 2025 and the National Trade Policy. (...) There has been criticism that the Merchandise Marks Act and the FCC are concerned largely with goods imported into the United Republic of Tanzania and not goods manufactured and sold locally. (...) While it is recognized that the Merchandise Marks Regulations cover frivolous complaints, it is again a self- defeating process, as the whole Merchandise Marks Act is based on “reasonable suspicion”.
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Score: 1079106.2 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce.../1(OVERVIEW - TANZANIA)&Lang=E
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SUMMARY OF THE ASIA-PACIFIC TRADE AND INVESTMENT REPORT 2015: NOTE BY THE SECRETARIAT
Recent trends and developments A. Merchandise trade: adjusting to slower growth in China 6. (...) The Asia-Pacific region performed better than the global average with growth in merchandise exports standing at 1.6 per cent in 2014. (...) Future prospects, as in the case of merchandise exports, hinge on China’s economic performance.
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Score: 1060529.5 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...pen&DS=E/ESCAP/CTI(4)/1&Lang=E
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DIVERSIFICATION AND VALUE ADDITION
Countries where one group of commodities represented at least 33 per cent of total merchandise exports during the period were considered to be dependent on that product group.23 25. (...) In 28 countries, more than one third of their merchandise exports is composed of food, tropical beverages and vegetable oils and fats. (...) This involves implementing macroeconomic policies, especially fiscal and monetary policies that ideally mitigate fluctuations in macroeconomic variables such as gross domestic product, inflation, exchange rates and others, or at the minimum do not contribute to instability.
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Score: 1060529.5 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...en&DS=TD/B/C.I/MEM.2/42&Lang=E
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The WTO now forecasts a 9.2% decline in the volume of world merchandise trade for 2020, followed by a 7.2% rise in 2021 (Chart 1). (...) International cooperation is essential as we move forward, and the WTO is the ideal forum to resolve any outstanding trade issues stemming from the crisis," Deputy Director-General Yi Xiaozhun said. (...) The drop in manufactured goods trade (-19%) was comparable to the decline in merchandise trade overall. Chart 5: Year-on-year growth in world merchandise trade, 2019Q4-2020Q2 % change in US$ values -3% 1% -8% -1% -6% 0% -6% -6% -21% -5% -38% -19% -50% -40% -30% -20% -10% 0% 10% Total merchandise Agricultural products Fuels and mining products Manufactures Q4 2019 Q1 2020 Q2 2020 Source: WTO Secretariat estimates.
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Score: 1054986.3 - https://www.wto.org/english/news_e/pres20_e/pr862_e.pdf
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FOREIGN EXCHANGE AND FINANCIAL LEAKAGES IN AFRICA
Mor~ generaiiy it measures the deviation ·of economic magnitudes such as income or production from a norm often. understood as ·the."ideal 11 cr 11 optimuml' level. ·It is the deviation between the·actufa or observed income level· from a theoretical maximum that is designated as.' (...) ~ie iss'-0_e of ·measuring- the ideal. or opti~um level is. 't'IJell neigh impossi bl~. (...) ~y be added the fact that the ideal or optimUm levels from 1i•Thich the deviations are measured_ ·are themsel VGS VagLl8 3.lld changing. -·~1m aliern'ative pp,t a n1ore practical conception of leakages is to vietv it as a measurable 1m;s. of n.et wealth to Africa.
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Score: 1049892.3 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...?open&DS=E/ECA/CM.11/25&Lang=E
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Whatever our power, whatever our culture, our religion, our history, we all have a common ideal: a world of justice and solidarity. We all have a common enemy: cowardice and selfishness. (...) France also knows that globalization, although it awakens hopes, can also bring with it scorn for human values and the treatment of people as merchandise. In the face of this urgent need, the pressing situations everywhere, let us rouse our consciences.
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Score: 1038774.2 - https://www.un.org/webcast/sum.../statements15/fra050915eng.pdf
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INTERNATIONAL MECHANDISE TRADE STATISTICS : CONCEPTS AND DEFINITIONS
The Commission recognized a need for further improvement in the area of the methodology of international merchandise trade statistics in view of new developments in international merchandise trade and the methodology recommended in other areas of economic statistics. 1 2. (...) General and specific guidelines are provided below on categories of goods to be: (a) Included in the detailed international merchandise trade statistics; (b) Excluded from the detailed international merchandise trade statistics; (c) Excluded from the detailed international merchandise trade 14 statistics but recorded separately so that the detailed data may be adjusted to derive the totals of international merchandise trade for national accounts and balance of payments purposes. (...) GOODS TO BE INCLUDED IN THE DETAILED INTERNATIONAL MERCHANDISE TRADE STATISTICS 10, 11 19 Non-monetary gold.
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Score: 1038487.9 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...ESA/STAT/SER.M/52/REV.2&Lang=E
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P-(ODS) INTERNATIONAL MERCHANDISE TRADE STATISTICS COMPILERS MANUAL
Goods to be included in the detailed international merchandise trade statistics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19-41 77 2. Goods to be excluded from the detailed international merchandise trade statistics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42-54 78 3. Goods recommended to be excluded from the detailed international merchandise trade statistics but recorded separately so that the detailed data may be adjusted to derive totals of international merchandise trade for national accounts and balance-of-payments purposes . . . . 55-63 80 II.
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Score: 1030859.8 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...R.F/87(ARCHIVED ON ODS)&Lang=E
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SAMPLING IN CONSUMER PRICE INDICES : HOW SCANNER DATA MIGHT HELP : INVITED PAPER / SUBMITTED BY OFFICE OF NATIONAL STATISTICS OF UNITED KINGDOM
Table 6: Effect of shop type on scanner data unit values of individual brands of dishwasher Unit Value (£s) Percentage Change Sales (Percent) August September October August to September August September October Bosch SGS5312 Multiple 370.1 374.9 379.1 2.5% 707 (31.5%) 853 (34.4%) 681 (35.7%) Mass Merchandiser 364.0 364.8 363.1 -0.3% 1195 (53.3%) 1288 (51.9%) 944 (49.5%) Independent 386.5 382.3 386.0 -0.1% 341 (15.2%) 342 (13.8%) 281 (14.7%) Catalogue - - - - 0 (0%) 0 (0%) 0 (0%) All Stores 369.2 370.8 372.2 0.8% 2243 2483 1906 Hotpoint DF61 Multiple 309.2 310.7 314.6 1.7% 1190 (35.9%) 2361 (54.4%) 1756 (53.5%) Mass Merchandiser 288.1 296.4 307.8 6.8% 364 (11.0%) 458 (10.6%) 310 (9.4%) Independent 326.9 328.7 332.9 1.8% 1756 (52.9%) 1513 (34.9%) 1211 (36.9%) Catalogue 400.0 400.0 346.7 -1.2% 6 (0.2%) 5 (0.1%) 6 (0.2%) All Stores 315.0 315.6 321.2 1.4% 3316 4337 3283 Zanussi DW908 Multiple 258.2 261.5 242.2 -6.2% 740 (49.3%) 705 (54.0%) 780 (51.5%) Mass Merchandiser 264.6 260.6 263.4 -0.5% 236 (15.7%) 287 (22.0%) 210 (13.9%) Independent 282.1 275.5 286.8 1.7% 463 (30.9%) 265 (20.3%) 476 (31.4%) Catalogue 313.4 307.9 309.6 -1.2% 61 (4.1%) 48 (3.7%) 49 (3.2%) All Stores 268.2 265.9 260.6 -2.8% 1500 1305 1515 CES/AC.61/2001/8 Page 17 A detailed examination of dishwasher product varieties 41. (...) The second is to simulate retail conditions and estimate their effect on the final distribution on models, to see to what extent the obtained distributions match the ideal distribution defined by sales in scanner data.
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Score: 1020680 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...pen&DS=CES/AC.49/2001/8&Lang=E
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POLICY ISSUES FOR THE ESCAP REGION: STRENGTHENING PACIFIC ISLAND DEVELOPING COUNTRIES AND TERRITORIES THROUGH REGIONAL COOPERATION : ESCAP COMMISSION SESSION (62ND SESS.: 6-12 APRIL 2006 : JAKARTA, INDONESIA)
However, the direction of import trade has also shifted, with Asian countries supplying a growing share of the merchandise imports of PSIDS.7 For example, imports from Asia accounted for 44 per cent of the total merchandise imports of Fiji in 2004; in 1990 such imports accounted for only 26 per cent of the total. (...) Similarly, Solomon Islands imported increasing amounts of merchandise from Asia: 10 per cent more in 2004 than in 1990. (...) However, the rapid advance in satellite technology and the drastic decrease in its cost make satellite communications an ideal alternative. Individually, the 19 PSIDS may not have sufficiently large populations but, collectively, their combined population of 8 million may be enough to warrant satellite connectivity.10 E.
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Score: 1017355.8 - HTTP://DACCESS-ODS.UN.ORG/ACCE...ET?OPEN&DS=E/ESCAP/1361&LANG=E
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