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This provision is but an expression of the principle underlying the AD Agreement that dumping determinations should be based, in principle, on the normal value and export price information provided by the exporter). The investigating authorities may not disregard such information and substitute information from other sources, including the petitioner, except in the well defined circumstances enumerated in Article 6.8. 4.30 Argentina’s interpretation would render totally redundant Article 6.8 and Annex II. (...) (b) Arguments of the EC in its first oral statement in support of its claim under Article 6.8 of the AD Agreement 4.36 In its first oral statement, the EC presented the following arguments with respect to its claim under Article 6.8 of the AD Agreement. 4.37 The main claim submitted by the EC in this case is based on Article 6.8 and Annex II of the AD Agreement. 4.38 The DCD disregarded the normal value and export price information provided by the exporters and substituted information from other sources, including the petitioners. (...) It may be added that the representatives of the exporters had informed in advance the DCD that they would make use of the possibility provided in Article 25 of Decreto 1.759/72.
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Score: 586649.5 - https://www.wto.org/english/tratop_e/dispu_e/189r_e.pdf
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Conserving and enhancing forests strengthens resilience for the climate and for communities. 3. Article 5 of the Paris Agreement Article 5 of the Paris Agreement specifically integrates forest-based climate change mitigation and adaptation measures in the operational scheme of the Agreement. Article 5.1 states that Parties should take action to ‘conserve’ and ‘enhance’ sinks and reservoirs of greenhouse gases including forests. (...) These provisions are important elements for consideration in the development of the IAF strategic plan, and the operationalization of the Paris Agreement. i Please see paragraph 15 c of the Ministerial Declaration of High Level Segment of UNFF11. ii Please see paragraphs 52-64 of the Decision 1/CP.21 on Finance. iii Please see paragraphs 71-83 of Decision 1/CP.21 and Article 11 of the Paris Agreement. For further information, contact: Mr.
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Score: 586614.45 - https://www.un.org/esa/forests...ris-Agreement-policy-brief.pdf
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Eliminating Chemical Weapons Preventing Re-emergence Supporting National Implementation Promoting Chemistry for Peace Ensuring Preparedness Responding to the Use of Chemical Weapons Supporting Victims Achieving Universality The Convention The Convention Articles Articles Preamble Article I – General Obligations Article II – Definitions and Criteria Article III – Declarations Article IV – Chemical Weapons Article V – Chemical Weapons Production Facilities Article VI – Activities Not Prohibited Under this Convention Article VII – National Implementation Measures Article VIII – The Organization Article IX – Consultations, Cooperation and Fact‑Finding Article X – Assistance and Protection Against Chemical Weapons Article XI – Economic and Technological Development Article XII – Measures to Redress a Situation and to Ensure Compliance, including Sanctions Article XIII – Relation to Other International Agreements Article XIV – Settlement of Disputes Article XV – Amendments Article XVI – 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Such data shall encompass: The initial and annual reports and declarations provided by States Parties under Articles III, IV, V and VI, in accordance with the provisions set forth in the Verification Annex; General reports on the results and effectiveness of verification activities; and Information to be supplied to all States Parties in accordance with the provisions of this Convention; No information obtained by the Organization in connection with the implementation of this Convention shall be published or otherwise released, except, as follows: General information on the implementation of this Convention may be compiled and released publicly in accordance with the decisions of the Conference or the Executive Council; Any information may be released with the express consent of the State Party to which the information refers; Information classified as confidential shall be released by the Organization only through procedures which ensure that the release of information only occurs in strict conformity with the needs of this Convention. (...) While providing for the necessary flexibility in its implementation the classification system shall protect the rights of States Parties providing confidential information. A classification system shall be considered and approved by the Conference pursuant to Article VIII, paragraph 21 (i); Confidential information shall be stored securely at the premises of the Organization.
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Score: 586171.04 - https://www.opcw.org/chemical-.../annexes/confidentiality-annex
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The proposed commentary discusses the intended purpose of article 26, its scope, the confidentiality requirements for information obtained under article 26, and the exceptions that a Contracting State may invoke to avoid complying with a request for information. (...) In particular, the article should be understood to require the Contracting States to promote an effective exchange of information. 1.1. (...) If the requested State declines to exercise its right under paragraph 3 and supplies the requested information, the information exchanged remains within the framework of article 26.
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Score: 586130.76 - https://www.un.org/esa/ffd/wp-...14/10/3STM_EC18_2007_CRP10.pdf
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Score: 585917.97 - https://www.un.org/en/library/page/speeches-and-meetings
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Borrow Books & More | United Nations Skip to main content Toggle navigation Welcome to the United Nations العربية 中文 English Français हिन्दी Português Русский Español Kiswahili Dag Hammarskjöld Library Toggle navigation About » Contact Us Our Activities Our Mandate & History Our Collections UN Depository Libraries Library News Research the UN » UN Resources & Documents UN Digital Library Index to Proceedings Linked Data Services Research Guides Speeches Voting Information UN Member States on the Record Find » Articles, Books & More Databases Journals UN Resources & Documents UN Libraries Help » Training Research Guides Ask DAG Services for... » Delegates UN Staff Researchers & Librarians General Public Using the Library » Access Electronic Resources Borrow Books & More Print, Scan & Copy Request Articles, Books & Documents Visit the Library Open Science Conference 2021 Contact Us » Contact Us Search: Search:  Search for: Books, articles and more in DAG Discovery (this search will open in a new window) UN documents and publications in the United Nations Digital Library (this search will open in a new window) Borrow Books & More Borrow books and more | UN/John Gillespie Who can borrow books from the Dag Hammarskjöld Library? (...) Dag Hammarskjold Library launches real-time fact-finding assistance through Chat How to Find UN Documents Learn how to find UN Documents About Contact Us Our Activities Our Mandate & History Our Collections UN Depository Libraries Library News Find Articles, Books & More Databases Journals UN Resources & Documents UN Libraries Services for... Delegates UN Staff Researchers & Librarians General Public Research the UN UN Resources & Documents UN Digital Library Index to Proceedings Linked Data Services Research Guides Speeches Voting Information UN Member States on the Record Help Training Research Guides Ask DAG Using the Library Access Electronic Resources Borrow Books & More Print, Scan & Copy Request Articles, Books & Documents Visit the Library 153,000 pages digitized in 2020 OPENING HOURS Online: Mon-Fri: 9am–5pm ET Reading rooms: Open United Nations Donate twitter A-Z Site Index Contact Copyright FAQ Fraud Alert Privacy Notice Terms of Use
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Article 6.7 of the Anti-Dumping Agreement 6.5. On-the-spot investigations are one mechanism that investigating authorities may employ in satisfying their duty, under Article 6.6 of the Anti-Dumping Agreement, to ensure the accuracy of information supplied by interested parties. (...) Accordingly, we find that the Panel did not err or act inconsistently with Article 19.1 or Article 11 of the DSU in making a recommendation, at paragraph 8.3 of the Panel Report, with respect to the measure at issue. (...) Signed in the original in Geneva this 31st day of July 2017 by: _________________________ Ricardo Ramírez-Hernández Presiding Member _________________________ _________________________ Hyun Chong Kim Hong Zhao Member Member __________ 1 Introduction 2 Arguments of the Participants 3 Arguments of the United States as a Third Participant 4 Issues Raised in This Appeal 5 Analysis of the Appellate Body 5.1 Indonesia's claims of error regarding the Panel's findings under Article 2.4 of the Anti-Dumping Agreement 5.1.1 Background and the measure at issue 5.1.2 The Panel's findings 5.1.3 Interpretation of Article 2.4 5.1.4 Whether the Panel erred in its interpretation of Article 2.4 5.1.5 Whether the Panel erred in its application of Article 2.4 5.1.5.1 Whether the Panel erred in its review of the EU authorities' treatment of the mark-up 5.1.5.2 Whether the Panel erred in its analysis of whether the EU authorities incorrectly deducted ICOF-S' selling, general and administrative costs and profit 5.1.6 Whether the Panel acted inconsistently with Article 17.6(i) of the Anti-Dumping Agreement and Article 11 of the DSU 5.1.6.1 Whether the Panel improperly concluded that the EU authorities had complied with Article 2.4 before it addressed Indonesia's arguments 5.1.6.2 Whether the Panel engaged in a de novo review of the record evidence 5.1.6.3 Whether the Panel ignored or summarily dismissed key evidence and arguments by Indonesia 5.1.7 Conclusion 5.2 The European Union's claims of error regarding the Panel's findings under Article 6.7 of the Anti-Dumping Agreement 5.2.1 The Panel's findings 5.2.2 Interpretation of Article 6.7 5.2.3 Whether the Panel erred in its interpretation of Article 6.7 5.2.4 Whether the Panel erred in finding that the EU authorities failed to make available or disclose the results of the on-the-spot investigations to PT Musim Mas 5.2.5 Conclusion 5.3 The European Union's claims under Articles 3 and 19 of the DSU 5.3.1 The European Union's request to dismiss Indonesia's appeal as inconsistent with Article 3 of the DSU 5.3.1.1 Procedural background 5.3.1.2 Claims and arguments on appeal 5.3.1.3 Whether Indonesia's appeal is inconsistent with Article 3 5.3.1.4 Conclusion 5.3.2 The European Union's claim that the Panel erred in making a recommendation with respect to an expired measure (Article 19.1 of the DSU) 5.3.2.1 The Panel's findings 5.3.2.2 Claims and arguments on appeal 5.3.2.3 Whether the Panel erred in making a recommendation pursuant to Article 19.1 with respect to an expired measure 5.3.2.4 Conclusion 5.4 The European Union's claim under Article 12.12 of the DSU 5.4.1 Factual background 5.4.2 The Panel's findings 5.4.3 Interpretation of Article 12.12 5.4.4 Whether the Panel erred in finding that its authority had not lapsed pursuant to Article 12.12 5.4.5 Conclusion 5.5 The European Union's claim that the Panel erred in its treatment of certain information as BCI 6 Findings and conclusions Article 2.4 of the Anti-Dumping Agreement Article 6.7 of the Anti-Dumping Agreement Article 3 of the DSU Article 19 of the DSU Article 12.12 of the DSU The Panel's treatment of certain information as BCI Recommendation
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Score: 585904.4 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...op_e/dispu_e/442abr_conc_e.pdf
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This information under Article 12, paragraph 2 of the abovementioned law is considered as public. (...) According to Article 20, paragraph 4 of the same law, interested parties have the right to receive the information about the reports revealed by environmental audit, unless the requested information does not comprise the information concerning the state or commercial secret. (...) Pursuant to the Article 4, (4) of the Convention on the Access to Information, Public Participation in Decision-Making and Access to Justice in Environmental Matters (1998): A request for environmental information may be refused if the disclosure would adversely affect one of the listed categories under article 4, (4) of the convention.
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Score: 585850 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...RightToInformation/Georgia.pdf
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Such an addition would expand the scope of article 12 beyond payments relating to the use of a copyright in the computer software. (...) The issues identified in that document were: (a) Article 5 (6) of the United Nations Model Double Taxation Convention between Developed and Developing Countries, Permanent establishment with respect to insurance activities, including the treatment of reinsurance; (b) Article 3, reference to the mutual agreement procedure for interpretation of undefined terms; (c) Commentary on articles 7, 9 and 25, self-initiated adjustments; (d) Time limits for profit adjustments under articles 7 and 9; (e) Changes to article 25 (Mutual agreement procedure); (f) Amendments to the commentary on article 15 related to payments made upon termination of employment; (g) Clarifications on the application of article 17 (Artistes and sportspersons); (h) Tax treaty issues relating to emissions permits/credits; (i) Possible issues related to article 1 (2) dealing with transparent entities; (j) Application of the Model Convention to sovereign wealth funds; (k) Treatment of accrued interest in the commentary on article 11; (l) Tax treaty provisions related to the exploration and extraction of natural resources; (m) To what extent a tax treaty can result in increased taxation; (n) Whether the mutual agreement procedure should deal with issues that had already been decided by the courts of one of the States (i.e., it is noted in note E/C.18/2020/CRP.37 that, while the commentary on article 25 already indicates that the competent authorities of a contracting State may be constrained by a court decision rendered in that State, it suggests that access to the mutual agreement procedure cannot in that case be denied without the situation of the other competent authority being directly addressed. It has been suggested that this question should be examined); (o) Whether article 8 should be fundamentally revised, including as to the treatment of shipping income from international traffic; (p) Interaction between article 21 (3) and the source rule of article 18, alternative B. 23.
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Score: 585710.64 - https://www.un.org/development...ing/files/2021-06/2107033E.pdf
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To guarantee access rights, the Parties shall encourage the use of, inter alia, new information and 37 communications technologies, such as electronic government, social networks and social and telematic 38 media. 61 39 40 41 Article 6 42 Access to environmental information 43 44 Accessibility of environmental information 45 46 Comment [D36]: New paragraph needed to express this obligation. 11 1. (...) Severability/partial disclosure: When not all information contained in a document is exempt from 5 disclosure under the exceptionsexemptions set out in article 6.6, a public version may be created 6 that redacts only the indispensable part. (...) This entity may have sanctioning powers. 93 12 13 14 15 16 17 Article 7 18 Generation and dissemination of environmental information 19 20 1.
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Score: 585690.67 - https://www.cepal.org/sites/de...iminary_document_jamaica_0.pdf
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