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STRUCTURED PRODUCT DESCRIPTIONS AND THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PURCHASING POWER PARITIES AND CONSUMER PRICE INDICES / SUBMITTED BY EUROSTAT AND OECD
Miscellaneous goods services 7 15 11 26 53 16 Total 47 117 146 284 634 271 ECE/CES/G E.22/2006/12 page 15 Table (English only) OICOP classes COICOP-PPP basic headings COICOP-HICP sub-classes COICOP-HICP consumption segments Structured Product Descriptions (SPDs) 01.1.1.1 Rice 01.1.1.1 Rice 01.1.1.1.1 Rice 01.11.1.01 Rice 01.1.1.1.2 Pudding rice 01.1.1.2 Other cereals, flour and other cereal products 01.1.1.2 Flour and other cereals 01.1.1.2.1 Flour and other cereals 01.11.2.01 Flour and other cereals 01.1.1.7 Breakfast preparations 01.1.1.7.1 Breakfast preparations 01.11.2.02 Cereal products 01.1.1.8 Other cereal products 01.1.1.8.1 Other cereal products 01.1.1.3 Bread 01.1.1.3 Bread 01.1.1.3.1 Bread 01.11.3.01 Bread 01.1.1.4 Other bakery products 01.1.1.4 Other bakery products 01.1.1.3.2 Bread rolls 01.1.1.4.1 Croissants and "breakfast pastries" 01.1.1.4.2 Cakes, tarts, pies, pastries 01.11.4.03 Pastry 01.1.1.4.3 Biscuits, wafers, waffles, ginger bread 01.11.4.01 Biscuits 01.1.1.4.4 Crisp bread and toasted bread 01.1.1.4.5 Salted biscuits 01.1.1.5 Pizza's and quiches 01.1.1.5.1 Pizza's and quiches 01.11.4.02 Pizza 01.1.1.5 Pasta products 01.1.1.6 Pasta products, Noodles and Couscous 01.1.1.6.1 Pasta, noodles and couscous 01.11.5.01 Plain pasta 01.1.1 Bread and cereals 01.1.1.6.2 Pasta preparations 01.11.5.02 Pasta with filling 01.1.2.1 Beef and veal 01.1.2.1 Beef and veal 01.1.2.1.1 Beef 01.12.1.01 Beef and veal 01.1.2.1.2 Veal 01.1.2.2 Pork 01.1.2.2 Pork 01.1.2.2.1 Pork 01.12.2.01 Pork 01.1.2.3 Lamb, mutton and goat 01.1.2.3 Lamb and goat 01.1.2.3.1 Lamb 01.12.3.01 Lamb 01.1.2.3.2 Goat 01.1.2.4 Poultry 01.1.2.4 Poultry 01.1.2.4.1 Chicken 01.12.4.02 Poultry 01.1.2.4.2 Duck 01.1.2.4.3 Turkey 01.1.2 Meat 01.1.2.4.4 Other Poultry ECE/CES/G E.22/2006/12 page 16 OICOP classes COICOP-PPP basic headings COICOP-HICP sub-classes COICOP-HICP consumption segments Structured Product Descriptions (SPDs) 01.1.2.5 Other meats and edible offal 01.1.2.5 Other meats and edible offal 01.1.2.5.1 Fresh, chilled or frozen edible offal 01.12.5.01 Other meats and edible offal 01.1.2.5.2 Rabbit 01.1.2.5.3 Horse and donkey 01.1.2.5.4 Game 01.1.2.5.5 "Exotic" meat 01.1.2.5.6 Other meat 01.1.2.6 Delicatessen and other meat preparations 01.1.2.6 Delicatessen and other meat preparations 01.1.2.6.1 Dried, salted or smoked meat and edible meat offal 01.12.6.02 Ham, salami 01.1.2.6.2 Dinner sausages 01.12.6.01 Bacon, sausage 01.1.2.6.3 Minced meat preparations 01.12.6.03 Precooked meals 01.1.2.6.4 Other preserved or processed meat and meat- based preparations 01.12.6.04 Other meat products 01.1.3.1 Fresh, chilled or frozen fish and seafood 01.1.3.1 Fresh or chilled fish and seafood 01.1.3.1.1 Fresh or chilled fish 01.1.3.1.2 Fresh or chilled seafood 01.13.1.01 Fish 01.1.3.2 Frozen fish and seafood 01.1.3.2.1 Frozen fish 01.13.1.02 Seafood 01.1.3.2.2 Frozen seafood 01.1.3 Fish and seafood 01.1.3.2 Preserved or processed fish and seafood 01.1.3.3 Preserved or processed fish and seafood 01.1.3.3.1 Preserved or processed fish 01.13.2.01 Preserved or processed fish 01.1.4.1 Fresh milk 01.1.4.1 Fresh milk 01.1.4.1.1 Whole milk 01.14.1.01 Milk 01.1.4.1.2 Low fat milk 01.1.4.2 Preserved milk and other milk products 01.1.4.2 Preserved milk 01.1.4.2.1 Preserved milk 01.14.2.02 Milk (evaporated, powdered) 01.1.4.3 Yoghurt 01.1.4.3.1 Yoghurt 01.14.2.03 Yoghurt 01.1.4.5 Other milk products 01.1.4.5.1 Cream 01.14.2.01 Cream 01.1.4.5.2 Milk-based desserts 01.1.4.5.3 Sour milk and buttermilk 01.1.4.5.4 Milk-based drinks 01.1.4.4.1 Mature Cheese 01.14.3.01 Cheese 01.1.4 Milk, cheese and eggs 01.1.4.3 Cheese 01.1.4.4 Cheese and curd 01.1.4.4.2 Fresh cheese and curd ECE/CES/G E.22/2006/12 page 17 OICOP classes COICOP-PPP basic headings COICOP-HICP sub-classes COICOP-HICP consumption segments Structured Product Descriptions (SPDs) 01.1.4.4.3 Processed cheese 01.1.4.4 Eggs and egg-based products 01.1.4.6 Eggs 01.1.4.6.1 Eggs 01.14.4.01 Eggs 01.1.5.1 Butter 01.1.5.1 Butter 01.1.5.1.1 Butter 01.15.1.01 Butter 01.1.5.2 Margarine 01.1.5.2 Margarine 01.1.5.2.1 Normal cooking margarine 01.15.2.01 Margarine 01.1.5.2.2 Normal eating margarine 01.1.5.2.3 Low fat eating margarine 01.1.5.3 Other edible oils and fats 01.1.5.3 Olive oil 01.1.5.3.1 Olive oil 01.1.5.4 Edible oils 01.1.5.4.1 Edible oils 01.15.3.01 Edible oil 01.1.5.5 Other edible fats 01.1.5.5.1 Other edible vegetable fats 01.15.3.02 Edible animal fats, vegetable fats 01.1.5 Oils and fats 01.1.5.5.2 Other edible animal fats 01.1.6.1 Fresh or chilled fruit 01.1.6.1 Fresh or chilled fruit 01.1.6.1.1 Citrus fruits 01.16.1.01 Fresh Fruits 01.1.6.1.2 Bananas 01.1.6.1.3 Apples 01.1.6.1.4 Pears 01.1.6.1.5 Stone fruits 01.1.6.1.6 Berries 01.1.6.1.7 Other fresh or chilled fruits 01.1.6.2 Frozen, preserved or processed fruit and fruit based products 01.1.6.3 Frozen fruit, preserved fruit and fruit-based products 01.1.6.3.1 Frozen fruit 01.16.2.03 Frozen Fruits 01.1.6.3.2 Preserved fruit and fruit- based products 01.16.2.02 Tinned Fruits 01.1.6 Fruit 01.1.6.2 Dried fruit and nuts 01.1.6.2.1 Dried fruit and nuts 01.16.2.01 Dried Fruits 01.1.7.1 Fresh or chilled vegetables other than potatoes 01.1.7.1 Fresh vegetables other than potatoes 01.1.7.1.1 Leaf and stem vegetables 01.17.1.01 Fresh vegetables other than potatoes 01.1.7.1.2 Cabbages 01.1.7 Vegetables 01.1.7.1.3 Vegetables cultivated for their fruit ECE/CES/G E.22/2006/12 page 18 OICOP classes COICOP-PPP basic headings COICOP-HICP sub-classes COICOP-HICP consumption segments Structured Product Descriptions (SPDs) 01.1.7.1.4 Root crops, non-starchy bulbs and mushrooms 01.1.7.2 Fresh or chilled potatoes 01.1.7.4 Potatoes 01.1.7.4.1 Potatoes 01.17.2.01 Fresh potatoes 01.1.7.5 Potato ships and crisps 01.1.7.5.1 Potato ships and crisps 01.17.3.04 Salted crisps 01.1.7.6 Other tubers and products of tuber vegetables 01.1.7.6.1 Other tubers and products of tuber vegetables 01.1.7.3 Frozen, preserved or processed vegetables and vegetable-based products 01.1.7.2 Frozen vegetables 01.1.7.2.1 Frozen vegetables 01.17.3.02 Frozen vegetables 01.1.7.3 Dried vegetables, other preserved or processed vegetables 01.1.7.3.1 Dried vegetables 01.17.3.03 Dried vegetables 01.17.3.01 Tinned or jar vegetables 01.1.7.3.2 Other preserved or processed vegetables 01.17.3.05 Other preserved or processed vegetables and vegetable-based products 01.1.8.1 Sugar 01.1.8.1 Sugar 01.1.8.1.1 Sugar 01.18.1.01 Sugar 01.1.8.2 Jams, marmalades and honey 01.1.8.2 Jams, marmalades and honey 01.1.8.2.1 Jams, marmalades and honey 01.18.2.02 Jam 01.18.2.03 Marmalade 01.18.2.01 Honey 01.1.8.3 Confectionery, chocolate and other cocoa preparations 01.1.8.3 Chocolate 01.1.8.3.1 Chocolate 01.18.3.01 Chocolate 01.1.8.4 Confectionery products 01.1.8.4.1 Confectionery products 01.18.1.02 Sweetener 01.18.3.02 Other confectionery 01.1.8.4 Edible ice, ice cream and sorbet 01.1.8.5 Edible ices and ice cream 01.1.8.5.1 Edible ices and ice cream 01.18.4.01 Edible ice, ice- cream and sorbet 01.1.8 Sugar, jam, honey, chocolate and confectionery 01.1.8.6 Other sugar products 01.1.8.6.1 Other sugar products 01.1.9 Food products 01.1.9.1 Food products n.e.c 01.1.9.1 Sauces, condiments 01.1.9.1.1 Sauces, condiments ECE/CES/G E.22/2006/12 page 19 OICOP classes COICOP-PPP basic headings COICOP-HICP sub-classes COICOP-HICP consumption segments Structured Product Descriptions (SPDs) 01.1.9.2 Salt, spices and culinary herbs 01.1.9.2.1 Salt, spices and culinary herbs 01.1.9.3 Baby food, dietary preparations, ready-made meals, baker's yeast and other food preparations 01.1.9.3.1 Baby food 01.19.1.01 Baby food 01.1.9.3.2 Dietary preparations 01.1.9.4 Ready-made meals 01.1.9.4.1 Ready-made meals 01.19.1.02 Soup n.e.c. 01.1.9.5 Other food products n.e.c. 01.1.9.5.1 Other food products n.e.c. 01.19.1.03 Other food products 01.2.1.1 Coffee 01.2.1.1.1 Ground coffee 01.21.1.01 Coffee 01.2.1.1.2 Instant coffee 01.2.1.2 Tea 01.2.1.2.1 Tea 01.21.1.02 Tea 01.2.1.3 Cocoa and powdered chocolate 01.2.1.3.1 Cocoa 01.21.1.03 Cocoa 01.2.1 Coffee, tea and cocoa 01.2.1.1 Coffee, tea and cocoa 01.2.1.3.2 Powdered chocolate 01.2.2.1 Mineral waters 01.2.2.1 Mineral or spring waters 01.2.2.1.1 Mineral or spring waters 01.22.1.01 Mineral water 01.2.2.2 Soft drinks and concentrates 01.2.2.2 Soft drinks 01.2.2.2.1 Carbonated soft drinks 01.22.2.01 Soft drinks and concetrates 01.2.2.2.2 Noncarbonated soft drinks 01.2.2.2.3 Energy drinks 01.2.2.2.4 Other soft drinks 01.2.2.3 Fruit and vegetable juices 01.2.2.3 Fruit and vegetable juices 01.2.2.3.1 Fruit juices 01.22.3.01 Fruit juice 01.2.2 Mineral waters, soft drinks, fruit and vegetable juices 01.2.2.3.2 Vegetable juices 02.1.1.1 Spirits 02.1.1.1.1 Liqueurs 02.11.1.01 Spirits 02.1.1.1.2 Whisky 02.1.1.1.3 Brandy 02.1.1.1.4 Other spirits 02.1.1 Spirits 02.1.1.1 Spirits 02.1.1.2 Alcoholic soft drinks 02.1.1.2.1 Alcoholic soft drinks 02.1.2.1 Wine from grapes 02.1.2.1.1 Red wine 02.12.1.01 Wine 02.1.2 Wine 02.1.2.1 Wine 02.1.2.1.2 White wine ECE/CES/G E.22/2006/12 page 20 OICOP classes COICOP-PPP basic headings COICOP-HICP sub-classes COICOP-HICP consumption segments Structured Product Descriptions (SPDs) 02.1.2.1.3 Rose wine 02.1.2.1.4 Sparkling wine 02.1.2.2 Wine from other fruits 02.1.2.2.1 Cider 02.1.2.2.2 Wine from other fruits 02.1.2.3 Fortified wines 02.1.2.3.1 Vermouth 02.1.2.3.2 Sherry 02.1.2.3.3 Port wine 02.1.2.4 Other wine-based drinks 02.1.2.4.1 Other wine-based drinks 02.1.3.1 Lager beer 02.1.3.1.1 Lager beer 02.13.1.01 Beer 02.1.3.2 Other beer 02.1.3.2.1 Other beer 02.1.3.3 Low and non-alcoholic beer 02.1.3.3.1 Low and non-alcoholic beer 02.1.3 Beer 02.1.3.1 Beer 02.1.3.4 Beer-based drinks 02.1.3.4.1 Beer-based drinks 02.2.0.1 Cigarettes 02.2.0.1.1 Cigarettes 02.21.1.01 Tobacco 02.2.0.2 Cigars 02.2.0.2.1 Cigars 02.2.0 Tobacco 02.2.1.1 Tobacco 02.2.0.3 Other tobacco products 02.2.0.3.1 Other tobacco products 02.3.0 Narcotics 02.3.1 Narcotics 03.1.1 Clothing materials 03.1.1.1 Clothing materials 03.1.1.1 Clothing materials 03.1.1.1.1 Clothing materials 03.11.1.01 Clothing materials 03.1.2.1 Men’s clothing 03.1.2.1 Garments for men 03.1.2.1.1 Coats and jackets 03.12.1.01 Men's overcoat 03.1.2.1.2 Suits, trousers and vests 03.12.1.02 Men's suits 03.12.1.03 Men's trousers 03.1.2.1.3 Shirts 03.12.1.04 Men's shirts, pullover and sweatshirts 03.1.2.1.4 Pullovers 03.1.2.1.5 Sportswear 03.1.2.1.6 Underwear 03.12.1.05 Men's underwear 03.1.2.1.7 Socks 03.12.1.06 Men's socks 03.1.2 Garments 03.1.2.2 Women’s clothing 03.1.2.2 Garments for women 03.1.2.2.1 Coats and jackets 03.12.2.01 Ladies' coats ECE/CES/G E.22/2006/12 page 21 OICOP classes COICOP-PPP basic headings COICOP-HICP sub-classes COICOP-HICP consumption segments Structured Product Descriptions (SPDs) 03.1.2.2.2 Costumes, dresses, skirts and trousers 03.12.2.02 Ladies' suits 03.12.2.04 Ladies' skirts and dress 03.12.2.03 Ladies' trousers 03.1.2.2.3 Blouses 03.12.2.05 Ladies' shirts and blouses 03.1.2.2.4 Pullovers 03.1.2.2.5 Sportswear 03.1.2.2.6 Underwear 03.12.2.06 Ladies' underwear 03.1.2.2.7 Socks 03.12.2.07 Tights and anklets 03.1.2.3 Children’s and infant’s clothing 03.1.2.3. Garments for children (3 to 13 years) 03.1.2.3.1 Coats and jackets 03.12.3.01 Children's jackets 03.1.2.3.2 Sportswear 03.1.2.3.3 Underwear and socks 03.12.3.06 Children's underwear 03.12.3.07 Children's socks and tights 03.12.3.02 Children's trousers 03.12.3.03 Children's shirts and blouses 03.12.3.04 Children's suits and dungarees 03.1.2.3.4 Other clothes 03.12.3.05 Children's dress and skirts 03.1.2.4 Garments for infants (0 to 2 years) 03.1.2.4.1 Garments for outdoor 03.12.3.08 Infant's clothing 03.1.2.4.2 Garments for indoor 03.12.3.09 Babies underwear 03.1.2.4.3 Other ECE/CES/G E.22/2006/12 page 22 OICOP classes COICOP-PPP basic headings COICOP-HICP sub-classes COICOP-HICP consumption segments Structured Product Descriptions (SPDs) 03.1.3.1 Other articles of clothing 03.1.3.1.1 Headgears and gloves 03.13.1.01 Other articles of clothing 03.1.3.1.2 Scares and ties 03.1.3.1.3 Other 03.1.3.2 Clothing accessories 03.1.3.2.1 Sewing materials 03.13.1.02 Clothing accessories 03.1.3 Other articles of clothing and clothing accessories 03.1.3.1 Other articles of clothing and clothing accessories 03.1.3.2.2 Other accessories 03.1.4.1 Cleaning of clothing 03.1.4.1.1 Cleaning of clothing 03.14.1.01 Services, cleaning and repair of clothing 03.1.4 Cleaning, repair and hire of clothing 03.1.4.1 Cleaning, repair and hire of clothing 03.1.4.2 Repair and hire of clothing 03.1.4.2.1 Repair and hire of clothing 03.2.1.1 Men’s footwear 03.2.1.1 Footwear for men 03.2.1.1.1 Boots 03.21.1.01 Men's classic and boat shoes 03.2.1.1.2 Shoes for outdoor 03.21.1.03 Men's sandals, thongs 03.2.1.1.3 Shoes for indoor 03.2.1.2 Women’s footwear 03.2.1.2 Footwear for women 03.2.1.2.1 Boots 03.21.2.03 Ladies boots 03.2.1.2.2 Shoes for outdoor 03.21.2.01 Ladies conventional shoes 03.21.2.02 Ladies casual shoes 03.2.1.2.3 Shoes for indoor 03.2.1.3.2 Footwear for children 03.21.3.01 Children’s shoes 03.21.3.02 Children’s boots 03.2.1 Shoes and other footwear 03.21.3.04 Babies shoes 03.2.1.4.1 Sports footwear for indoor 03.21.1.02 Men's sport shoes 03.2.1.4.2 Sports footwear for outdoor 03.21.2.04 Ladies sport and walking shoes 03.2.1.4 Sports footwear 03.21.3.03 Children's sport shoes ECE/CES/G E.22/2006/12 page 23 OICOP classes COICOP-PPP basic headings COICOP-HICP sub-classes COICOP-HICP consumption segments Structured Product Descriptions (SPDs) 03.2.2.1 Repair of footwear 03.2.2.1.1 Repair of footwear 03.22.1.01 Services, Cobbler 03.2.2 Repair and hire of footwear 03.2.2.1 Repair and hire of footwear 03.2.2.2 Other services 03.2.2.2.1 Other services 04.1.1.1 Actual rentals paid by tenants for a room/studio 04.1.1.1.1 Actual rentals paid by tenants for a room/studio 04.11.1 Actual rentals for housing 04.1.1.2 Actual rentals paid by tenants for apartments 04.1.1.2.1 Rent paid for an apartment with 2 rooms 04.1.1.2.2 Rent paid for an apartment with 3 rooms 04.1.1.2.3 Rent paid for an apartment with 4 rooms or more 04.1.1.3 Actual rentals paid by tenants for row houses 04.1.1.3.1 Rent paid for a house with 2 rooms 04.1.1.3.2 Rent paid for a house with 3 rooms 04.1.1.3.3 Rent paid for a house with 4 rooms or more 04.1.1.4 Actual rentals paid by tenants for one-family free- standing houses 04.1.1.4.1 Rent paid for a house with 2 rooms 04.1.1.4.2 Rent paid for a house with 3 rooms 04.1.1.4.3 Rent paid for a house with 4 rooms or more 04.1.1 Actual rentals paid by tenants 04.1.1.5 Social housing 04.1.1.5 Social housing 04.1.2.1 Actual rentals paid by tenants for secondary/holiday residences 04.1.2.1.1 Rent paid for a room/studio 04.1.2.1.2 Rent paid for an apartment 04.1.2.1.3 Rent paid for one-family house 04.1.2 Other actual rentals 04.1.1.1 Actual rentals for housing 04.1.2.2 Garage rentals and other rentals paid by tenants 04.1.2.2.1 Garage rental ECE/CES/G E.22/2006/12 page 24 OICOP classes COICOP-PPP basic headings COICOP-HICP sub-classes COICOP-HICP consumption segments Structured Product Descriptions (SPDs) 04.1.1.4.3 Rent paid for an apartment with 4 rooms or more 04.2.1 Imputed rentals of owner- occupiers 04.2.2 Other imputed rentals 04.2.1.1 Imputed rentals for housing 04.21.1 Imputed rentals for housing 04.3.1.1.1 Paints, varnishes and renderings 04.31.1.01 Paint 04.3.1.1.2 Wall paper and fabric wall coverings 04.31.1.04 Wallpaper 04.3.1.1.3 Small plumbing items (pipes, taps, joints, etc) 04.3.1.1.4 Surfacing materials (floor boards, ceramic tiles, etc.) 04.3.1.1.5 Windowpanes 04.3.1.1.6 Plaster, cement, putty, wallpaper pastes 04.31.1.03 Cement 04.31.1.05 Glazier's putty 04.31.1.06 Plaster 04.3.1 Materials for the maintenance and repair of the dwelling 04.3.1.1 Materials for the maintenance and repair of the dwelling 04.3.1.1 Materials for maintenance and repair of the dwelling 04.3.1.1.7 Other materials for maintenance and repair of the dwelling 04.31.1.02 Silicone 04.3.2.1 Services of plumbers, electricians 04.3.2.1.1 Services of plumbers 04.3.2.1.2 Services of electricians 04.3.2.1.3 Services for maintenance of the heating system 04.3.2.2 Services of carpenters, glaziers, painters, floor polishers, etc 04.3.2.2.1 Services of painters 04.32.1.01 Services for the maintenance and repair of the dwelling 04.3.2 Services for the maintenance and repair of the dwelling 04.3.2.1 Services for the maintenance and repair of the dwelling 04.3.2.2.2 Services of carpenters ECE/CES/G E.22/2006/12 page 25 OICOP classes COICOP-PPP basic headings COICOP-HICP sub-classes COICOP-HICP consumption segments Structured Product Descriptions (SPDs) 04.3.2.3 Other servic
язык:Ру́сский
счет: 1597280 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...S=ECE/CES/GE.22/2006/12&Lang=R
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON TRAFFICKING IN PERSONS, ESPECIALLY WOMEN AND CHILDREN, JOY NGOZI EZEILO : ADDENDUM
12. Where employers maintain workers’ documentation for legal reasons, do workers have access to their documentation (including travel, identity and work-related documents) at any time upon request? (...) Session 2 Raising the game I: Business response to the risks of human trafficking Objectives of session 2: • To explore different ways in which businesses have responded to human trafficking, including company, industry and multi-stakeholder responses • To highlight specific examples from sectors such as information and communications technology, and garments • To draw lessons for effective business-led anti-trafficking programmes In this session, each speaker will illustrate how their company has responded to risks of trafficking in their supply chain, the challenges they have faced in doing so, and what they have done to overcome such challenges.
язык:Ру́сский
счет: 1102337 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...en&DS=A/HRC/23/48/ADD.4&Lang=R
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REPORT AND RECOMMENDATIONS MADE BY THE PANEL OF COMMISSIONERS CONCERNING THE 29TH INSTALMENT "E4" CLAIMS
ОРГАНИЗАЦИЯ ОБЪЕДИНЕННЫХ НАЦИЙ S СОВЕТ БЕЗОПАСНОСТИ Distr. GENERAL S/AC.26/2004/8 2 July 2004 RUSSIAN Original:
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счет: 1082512.1 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...?open&DS=S/AC.26/2004/8&Lang=R
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In doing so, the project will benefit from, and capitalize on UNIDO’s technical competence and experience in South Asia, Latin America and the South Mediterranean regions in the areas of modernization of Cotton-Textile- Garment (CTG) value chains – from the processing of raw materials to producing textiles and ready-made apparel and improving market access. (...) It is one of the most established in the Armenian economy, an important source of employment and was among major suppliers of garments and textiles for the region. However, small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in the sector operate far below capacities and their products are uncompetitive on regional and international markets. (...) STRATEGY The objective of the project is to maintain and improve the market share of local textile and clothing enterprises in the domestic market and contribute to Armenia’s effective integration into regional and international markets.
язык:Ру́сский
счет: 1053050 - https://www.unido.org/sites/de...NIDO_ARMENIA_Brochure_HR_0.pdf
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VISIT TO THE NETHERLANDS : REPORT OF THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON FREEDOM OF RELIGION OR BELIEF
There is increasing debate about the need for other government officials to maintain a neutral appearance. In November 2017, the Netherlands Institute for Human Rights determined that the Dutch police’s decision to prevent female officers from wearing headscarves amounted to indirect discrimination on religious grounds.37 37. (...) A/HRC/43/48/Add.1 12 GE.20-02135 including provisions for religious groups to maintain charitable and humanitarian institutions, and the obligation not to discriminate in intent or in effect against any persons or groups, in the enjoyment of any of their fundamental human rights, including those enshrined in article 27 of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, except on the basis of objective and reasonable criteria and in conformity with the requirements of proportionality, necessity and legality.
язык:Ру́сский
счет: 1011299.4 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...en&DS=A/HRC/43/48/ADD.1&Lang=R
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NOTE VERBALE DATED 2008/03/06 FROM THE PERMANENT MISSION OF NEPAL TO THE UNITED NATIONS OFFICE AT GENEVA ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARIAT OF THE HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL
GoN is working hard to maintain better law and order situation in the country. (...) GoN is trying hard to maintain law and order and protect the civilians from criminal activities. 9. (...) GoN is fully aware of its duty to maintain law and order in all parts of the country.
язык:Ру́сский
счет: 997008.1 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...en&DS=A/HRC/7/G/7/REV.1&Lang=R
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THE BIOLOGICAL AND TOXIN WEAPONS CONVENTION AND THE GENEVA PROTOCOL OF 1925. SUBMITTED BY THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION
In practical terms, the most important of them are the following:18 "(a) that all States not yet party to the Protocol ratify or accede to it without further delay; (b) those States Parties that continue to maintain pertinent reservations to the 1925 Geneva Protocol withdraw those reservations, and notify the Deposi- tary of the 1925 Geneva Protocol accordingly, without delay." 6. (...) Nevertheless, 18 States Parties to the BTWC continue to maintain re s- ervations to the Geneva Protocol.25 13. (...) Bearing in mind decisions adopted by consensus in the BTWC, OPCW, and the UN, Russia encourages States Parties to the BTWC that maintain reservations to the Geneva Protocol to explain their position during this review process and set out a timeframe required by them to withdraw the reservations.
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счет: 983760.2 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...=BWC/CONF.VIII/PC/WP.19&Lang=R
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NOTE VERBALE DATED 2008/03/06 FROM THE PERMANENT MISSION OF NEPAL TO THE UNITED NATIONS OFFICE AT GENEVA ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARIAT OF THE HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL
GoN is working hard to maintain better law and order situation in the country. (...) GoN is trying hard to maintain law and order and protect the civilians from criminal activities. 9. (...) GoN is fully aware of its duty to maintain law and order in all parts of the country.
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счет: 976909.1 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...get?open&DS=A/HRC/7/G/7&Lang=R
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REPORT OF THE MEETING OF EXPERTS (PART 1) :MEETING OF THE STATES PARTIES TO THE CONVENTION ON THE PROHIBITION OF THE DEVELOPMENT, PRODUCTION AND STOCKPILING OF BACTERIOLOGICAL (BIOLOGICAL) AND TOXIN WEAPONS AND ON THEIR DESTRUCTION, 1ST MEETING, GENEVA, 10-14 NOVEMBER 2003 ; MEETING OF EXPERTS, GENEVA, 18-29 AUGUST 2003
Strategy for Achieving Meaningful Progress Through Annual Meetings of BWC States Parties, 2003-2005 BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.3 United States – National Implementation Measures 2003 BWC Experts Group BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.4 National Measures Adopted by the United States to Implement the Prohibitions Set Forth in the Biological Weapons Convention BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.5 United States – Security of Dangerous Pathogens and Toxins BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.6 Relevant Measures Taken by the United States Relevant to Security and Oversight of Dangerous Pathogens and Toxins BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.7/Rev.1 United Kingdom – The Design of National Mechanisms to Maintain the Security and Oversight of Pathogenic Microorganisms and Toxins BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.8 United Kingdom – BTWC Implementing and Penal Legislation: Core Elements BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.9 A Compiled List of the Laws and Regulations in China in Relation to the Implementation of the Biological Weapons Convention BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.10 National Paper prepared by Japan BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.11/Rev.1 Japan – Possible Measures for Strengthening Biosecurity BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.12 Legislation in the Federal Republic of Germany on the Prohibition of Biological Weapons BWC/MSP.2003/MX/4 (Part I) page 9 BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.13 Legislation in the Federal Republic of Germany Related to Security and Oversight of Pathogenic Microorganisms and Toxins BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.14 The Netherlands - Preventing unauthorized acquisition of pathogenic agents and toxins: A legal patchwork BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.15 Sweden - Possible Measures for Ensuring Security and Oversight of Work with Microorganisms BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.16 Republic of Korea: National Measures or Legislation to Implement the BTWC: A Conceptual Analysis BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.17 France – Biotechnology, Biological Weapons and Bioterrorism – Notes from a Paris Seminar of 9 April 2003 BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.18 France – National Mechanisms to Establish and Maintain Surveillance of Microorganism and Toxins, and Prospects for International Cooperation BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.19 France - Biological Risk and Pathogen Control: Lessons from the Study of Emerging Diseases BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.20 Brazilian Views on the Way Forward BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.21 German Experience with the Catch-All Clause BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.22 German Approaches to Awareness-Raising BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.23 Argentina – National Measures to Implement the Biological Weapons Convention BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.24 German Legislation in the Field of Biological Weapons and Agents BWC/MSP.2003/MX/4 (Part I) page 10 BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.25 China – National Implementation measures and Biosecurity and Oversight Mechanisms: Practice and Proposals BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.26 Canada – Meeting Bio-Security Challenges: Development of a Canadian Federal Interdepartmental Collaborative Model BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.27 Canadian Measures to Enhance Domestic Laboratory Security for Biological Agents BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.28 Canada’s Biological and Chemical Defence Review Committee: Transparency Model BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.29 The Canadian Counter-Terrorism Technical Center (CTTC) as a Mechanism to Provide Security and Oversight Through Facilities and Equipment BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.30 South Africa: BTWC and Related Legislation BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.31 Domestic Legislation for the BTWC Implementation in the Russian Federation BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.32 National measures on export control adopted by the Russia Federation for implementation of international obligations under the BWC BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.33 Poland – NATO Advanced Research Workshop: “Preparedness against bioterrorism and re- emerging infectious diseases – regional capabilities, needs and expectations in Central and Eastern European countries”, held on 15-18 January 2003 in Warsaw, Poland BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.34 United Kingdom – Managing the Threat from Biological Weapons: Science, Society and Secrecy BWC/MSP.2003/MX/4 (Part I) page 11 BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.35 Germany – Coherent National Implementation as a Means to Improve the Effectiveness of the BTWC BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.36 Germany - Measures Relevant to the Security and Oversight of Biological Materials BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.37 German Genetic Engineering Legislation Related to Contained Use BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.38 Australia’s Experience in Educating Industry and Research Institutes about Export Obligations – A Framework for the Biological Sector BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.39 Australia – Model Strategy for Implementing BWC Obligations BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.40 National Measures in Ukraine to Control Genetic Modification BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.41 General Information on Sanitary- Epidemiological Surveillance System in Ukraine and Measures Taken to Counteract Possible Bioterrorist Activity in the Context of Events of Autumn 2001 BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.42 Procedure to Control Access and Work with Biological Agents and Toxins in Ukraine BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.43 Ukraine – Information on Criminal Responsibility for the Bioterrorist Activity and Activity Aimed at Development of Weapons of Mass Destruction BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.44 Poland’s Legislation Relating to BTWC BWC/MSP.2003/MX/4 (Part I) page 12 BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.45 United Kingdom – Practical Implementation and Enforcement: National Infrastructure BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.46 Cuba - Mecanismos Nacionales Para [������ � ��. �"���*] Establecery Mantener La Seguridad y La Vigilancia de Microorganismos Pathógenos y Toxinas BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.47 Cuba - Adopción de Medidas Nacionales �������� �� �����"���*] Necesarias Para Aplicar Las Prohibiciones Establecidas en la Convención Incluida la Promulgatión de una Legislatión Penal BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.48 Meeting BWC Obligations: Australia’s Experience with Licensing, Accreditation and Authorization of Work with Genetically Modified Organisms BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.49 Meeting BWC Obligations: Australia’s Experience with Facility Planning and Management for Dealing with Genetically Modified Organisms BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.50 Meeting BWC Obligations: Australian Experience with a National Model for Regulating Laboratory Work with Genetically Modified Organisms BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.51 Islamic Republic of Iran – National Implementation Measures BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.52 Malaysia – Legislative Action to Implement the Obligations under the BWC BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.53 Austria – Cooperation with Foreign Missions in Austria: Case Study “Anthrax” * ���������� ����� � ������� �� ! ��� ����������� ��� �� ��� ���"���� BWC/MSP.2003/MX/4 (Part I) page 13 BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.54 Islamic Republic of Iran – National Report on national mechanisms to establish and maintain the security and oversight of pathogenic microorganisms and toxins BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.55 Regulations and guidelines in the Islamic Republic of Iran on national mechanisms to establish and maintain the security and oversight of pathogenic microorganisms and toxins BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.56 Practical aspects of export licensing: Australia’s experience BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.57 Finland’s New Penal Legislation on Biological Weapons and Terrorism BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.58 National legislative and regulatory provisions for the implementation by the Republic of Bulgaria of the prohibitions set forth in the BWC BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.59 Germany – International Regulations for the Safe Transport of Biological Materials BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.60 Mexico – Medidas relatives a la aplicación [������ � ��. �"���] sobre la Prohibición de las Armas Biológicas BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.61 The Biological Weapons Convention in Thailand BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.62 Austria, Belgium, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, the Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, United Kingdom – BTWC and Related Legislation BWC/MSP.2003/MX/4 (Part I) page 14 BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.63 United Kingdom – Issues of Licensing, Accreditation and Authorisation: The Example of the Specified Animal Pathogens Order 1998 (SAPO) BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.64 United Kingdom – Emergency Preparedness and Response BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.65 United Kingdom – Legislation Governing Intangible Technology BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP.66 Export Control Legislation in the United Kingdom __________
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счет: 971095.6 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...WC/MSP.2003/MX/4(PARTI)&Lang=R
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LETTER DATED 2007/06/18 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF THE DEMOCRATIC PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF KOREA TO THE UNITED NATIONS OFFICE AT GENEVA ADDRESSED TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL
Japan, EU member states and the United States, which are wire pullers of the “rapporteur”, have made undisguised attempts to maintain him by all means through the renewal of his mandate at the current 5th Session of the Council. (...) However, pursuant to GA resolution 60/251 of 15 March 2006, all mandates of the special rapporteurs including this “rapporteur” must be reviewed by June 2007, with a view to determining whether to maintain or terminate them and, during this review period, it was discouraged to discuss about activities of the special rapporteurs that would be carried out after June deadline. (...) What can not be overlooked, is the fact that these countries were so anxious to desperately maintain so far as the “rapporteur” is concerned, resorting to every possible means.
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счет: 962986.8 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...et?open&DS=A/HRC/5/G/11&Lang=R
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