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For the purpose of the preceding number, the following are considered export or reexport operations: a) The sale of goods and services to free enterprises, in country; b) The sale of goods and services to other exporters, whenever the goods and services are incorporated or used to produce other export goods and services. (...) The goods and services, raw materials and subsidiaries, finished and semi-finished products and other materials that are incorporated in or utilized in the production of other export goods and services are exempt from duties, consumption taxes and general customs emoluments and other customs impositions. 2. (...) Exporters that directly import merchandise destined for reexport, as well as raw materials and subsidiaries, finished and semi-finished products, with the exception of gasoline, and other materials destined to be incorporated or used in the production of export goods, may do so through suspense customs regimes.
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Score: 1212124.7 - https://www.wto.org/english/th..._e/cpv_e/WTACCCPV7A1_LEG_5.pdf
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As a result of the 1994 Agreement and the subsequent reviews, participating members committed to eliminate customs duties and all other duties and charges not only on all finished pharmaceutical products, whether sold in bulk or in dosified packages for retail sale (paracetamol, antibiotics, vaccines, etc.), but also on over 7,000 pharmaceutical active ingredients and chemical components used in pharmaceutical supply chains. (...) Trade in pharmaceutical products International trade in pharmaceutical products has experienced dynamic growth since the adoption of the Pharma Agreement. Imports of finished pharmaceutical products (i.e. medicines packaged for retail sale and medicines in bulk) have grown by almost 14 per cent over the last 20 years, with imports valued at more than US$ 350 billion in 2018. (...) Pharmaceutical active ingredients and chemical components used in the production of finished pharmaceutical products do not have common HS codes (over 270 HS subheadings appear at least once in the four annexes of the Pharma Agreement).
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Score: 1119991.5 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...ma_ag_e/pharma_agreement_e.htm
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On 1 November 2015, I did something I never thought I would ever be able to do: I finished the New York City (NYC) Marathon. It was my first marathon, and as I crossed the finish line, I told myself that it would be my last. (...) For the majority of runners, the goal is to finish and maybe achieve a personal best for that distance. (...) When you reach “the ditch”, you really have to force yourself to finish that final mile and that most-hated 0.2-mile stretch along Central Park West leading to the finish line in the Park.
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Score: 1091454.6 - https://www.un.org/en/chronicl...s-never-too-late-start-running
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Microsoft Word - SARTFWorkProgramme.docx ANI/WG SAR IMPLEMENTATION TASK FORCE WORK PROGRAMME 2019-2020 REVISION SEPTEMBER 2019 Task Name/ Tarea Start/ Inicio Finish / Final Deliverables/ Resultados Follow-up/ Seguimiento Responsible/ Responsables Remarks/Comentarios Develop guidelines reflecting State SAR responsibilities based on Annex 12 requirements September 2019 SAR/TF/2 Document ANI/WG SAR/TF Secretariat Develop documentation to provide guidelines on possible alternatives to comply with State SAR requirements. (...) Follow-up pending SAR LOAs Develop some guidelines to explain the different types of agreement that could be reached September 2019 SAR/TF/2 Secretariat Develop human resource and training planning strategy in line with ICAO SAR provisions September 2019 SAR/TF/2 Cuba Develop Basic GADSS guidelines for the CAR Region September 2019 SAR/TF/2 USA To be incorporated as an Appendix to the CAR Region SAR Plan
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Score: 1083910.6 - https://www.icao.int/NACC/Docu...IWG/SAR/SARTFWorkProgramme.pdf
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. • Aerospace Guidance and Metrology Cente (Cleaning inertial guidance and navigation system components) • Ball Metal Container Division (Cleaning machine parts, die sets and printing blankets) • Copeland Corporation (Electric motor cold-cleaning) • Crown Equipment Corporation (Vapor degreasing metal parts) • The Duriron Company (Cleaning of wax patterns and etching operations) • General Dynamics Land Systems (Inspection of weld integrity) • Guardian Automotive Products (Cleaning on-line silkscreen machines) • Kovatch Castings Company (Cleaning wax patterns) • Liebel-Flarsheim (General metal parts cleaning) • The Lincoln Electric Company (Solvent based spray painting and general parts cleaning) • Luke Engineering & Manufacturing (General Parts Cleaning) • Perfection Finishers, Incorporated (General parts cleaning) • Republic Engineered Steels, Incorporated (Electrical and metal part cleaning and defect testing) • Senco Products (Solvent based staple lubricant) • Van Dorn Plastic Machinery Company (Machine cleaning) Information Email Print Related links case studies in agriculture back to Substitution and Alternatives page You are here: In partnership for global chemical safety Forum Standing Committee Working Groups Quick Links Sitemap Intergovernmental Forum on Chemical Safety Officers National focal points Forum standing committee Regional groups IFCS champions Forum sessions Financing work programme Publications Resources Contact IFCS Meetings calendar Links © WHO 2022
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Score: 1081217.2 - https://www.who.int/ifcs/docum...ommittee/substitution/ohio/en/
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What we see very often in practice is, either no patent information is given by anybody and IPR information is hidden until the standard is finished, and then in the last minute before (or even after approval) official IPR statements are coming in to the ITU TSB. (...) Standards in the approval stage and finished standards (Individual) “Patent Statement and Licensing Declaration” Form ITU-T Patent database Solution to the problem would be a clear separation between the “Contribution and Draft Standards” Phase and the “Standards in the approval stage and finished standards”. This would mean an introduction of a new form, we call it “VCEG IPR Disclosure Form” and a new “database”, we call it “VCEG IPR Disclosure” database (The “database” would be simple a Directory e.g. on the PictureTel Server that would just log all received documents and a living list of H.26L IPR Information): Standard development stage Collection of IPR information Database Contributions and draft standards By “IPR Disclosure” Forms- on a best effort basis anybody (proposer, ITU member, 3rd party) can submit it VCEG IPR Disclosure Database Standards in the approval stage and finished standards (Individual) “Patent Statement and Licensing Declaration” Form- current practice, formal, only Patent holder can submit it ITU-T Patent database The VCEG IPR Disclosure Forms could be submitted by anybody inside or outside the standardization process, but in practice by a VCEG Expert.
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Score: 1056796.1 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...deo-site/0109_San/VCEG-N66.doc
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Reasons for migration is a key question to be incorporated in a census questionnaire to identify stock of refugees and refugee-like populations. Norway is committed to support countries in the global south implementing the recommendations. Let me finish by complimenting the Population Division once again for the important work it does for the international community.
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Score: 1045079.2 - https://www.un.org/development...sa_pd_2018_cpd51_en_norway.pdf
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For the reasons set out in these Reports, the Appellate Body makes the following findings and conclusions.1240 6.1 Articles III:2 and III:4 of the GATT 1994 and Article 2.1 of the TRIMs Agreement 6.1.1 Whether the Panel erred in finding that imported finished ICT products were taxed in excess of like domestic finished ICT products inconsistently with Article III:2, first sentence, of the GATT 1994 6.2. Imported finished ICT products are not eligible for either tax reductions or exemptions because foreign producers cannot be accredited under the ICT programmes and, consequently, bear the full tax burden, as opposed to like domestic finished ICT products. (...) WT/DS472/AB/R • WT/DS497/AB/R - 146 - or distributor.1242 At this last stage, the tax rate is thus higher for imported finished ICT products than for like domestic finished ICT products, and the tax burden on the former is necessarily in excess of that on the latter. 6.3.
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Score: 1038364.7 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr.../dispu_e/472_497abr_conc_e.pdf
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Microsoft Word - DGPWG.20.WP.018.2.en.docx (3 pages) DGPWG.20.WP.018.2.en.docx DANGEROUS GOODS PANEL (DGP) WORKING GROUP MEETING (DGP-WG/20) Montréal, 19 to 23 October 2020 Agenda Item 2: Managing air-specific safety risks and identifying anomalies 2.2: Develop proposals, if necessary, for amendments to the Technical Instructions for the Safe Transport of Dangerous Goods by Air (Doc 9284) for incorporation in the 2023-2024 Edition REVISIONS TO SPECIAL PROVISION A180 (Presented by A.D Song) SUMMARY This working paper proposes a revision to Special Provision A180. (...) So it’s suggested to revise A180 a) to incorporate UN 1198. 2. ACTION BY THE DGP-WG 2.1 The DGP-WG is invited to consider the revisions to Special Provision A180 as shown in the appendix to this working paper. — — — — — — — — DGP-WG/20-WP/18 Appendix APPENDIX PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO PART 7 OF THE TECHNICAL INSTRUCTIONS Part 3 DANGEROUS GOODS LIST, SPECIAL PROVISIONS AND LIMITED AND EXCEPTED QUANTITIES . . . (...) Any free liquid in the bag must not exceed 30 mL; or 2) placed in vials or other rigid containers with no more than 30 mL of alcohol or an alcohol solution or a formaldehyde solution; b) the prepared specimens are then placed in a plastic bag that is then heat-sealed; c) the bagged specimens are then placed inside a another plastic bag with absorbent material then heat- sealed; d) the finished bag is then placed in a strong outer packaging with suitable cushioning material; e) the total quantity of flammable liquid per outer packaging must not exceed 1 L; and f) the completed package is marked “scientific research specimens, not restricted Special Provision A180 applies”.
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Score: 1036393 - https://www.icao.int/safety/Da.../WG20/DGPWG.20.WP.018.2.en.pdf
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Though replaced, they shall finish any cases which they may have begun ." (Emphasis added.) (...) It follows that the Judges of the Trial Chamber, namely, Judges Karibi-Whyte, Odio Benito and Jan, shall continue to discharge their duties despite their non-re-election and, even if replaced, shall finish any cases which they have begun . 7. The Trial Chamber is of the opinion that Article 13(3) of the ICJ Statute, which is incorporated into Article 13(4) of the Statute by reference, is intended not only to ensure continuity, but the certainty that the same judges shall hear matters before the Trial Chamber in the interest of judicial efficiency. (...) The Trial Chamber in accordance with Article 13(4) of the Tribunal’s Statute which incorporates Article 13(3) of the Statute of the International Court of Justice by reference, has the legal capacity to hear the case to finality.  
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Score: 1026863 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/mucic/tdec/en/70623MS2.htm
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