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SIPAM | General Fisheries Commission for the Mediterranean - GFCM | Organisation des Nations Unies pour l'alimentation et l'agriculture | General Fisheries Commission for the Mediterranean (GFCM) | Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations FAO.org english français General Fisheries Commission for the Mediterranean - GFCM About Activities Decisions Information management Meetings Reports Publications Media centre Contact AQUACULTURE Governance and responsible investment Responsible investment in aquaculture  Regulatory and administrative frameworks  Towards blue transformation Allocated zones for aquaculture  Aquatic animal health and welfare Seaweed Focus on consumers and the market Market-driven aquaculture development Safety and quality of aquaculture products Marketing and corporate social responsibility Innovation and knowledge sharing SIPAM Aquaculture Demonstration Centres Technical assistance   SIPAM LINKS National Focal Points Cultured aquactic species FAO NASO and NALO The GFCM collects data and information on aquaculture production statistics as well as other data relevant to the function of its Scientific Committee on Aquaculture (CAQ) through the Information System for the Promotion of Aquaculture in the Mediterranean (SIPAM), one of the CAQ subsidiary bodies. (...) GFCM/41/2017/1 , through which the following data are collected: Aquaculture Production Statistics (APS) Data on aquaculture production by CWP statistical areas culture environment cultured species system of culture type of culture capture-based aquaculture input production quantity production value Aquaculture Production Centres (APC) Data on unit/segment of production number of production centres per unit/segment cultured species per unit total volume (m 3 ) of facilities of production centres per segment destination of product per segment Aquaculture Market Data (AMD) Trade and consumption: - Imports and exports of aquatic products of animal origin (weight and value); - Imports and exports of species that are also produced with aquaculture (weight and value); - Top five import origins and export destinations of farmed species.
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Score: 1119758.4 - https://www.fao.org/gfcm/activ.../aquacultureoriginal/sipam/fr/
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SIPAM | General Fisheries Commission for the Mediterranean - GFCM | 联合国粮食及 农业组织 | General Fisheries Commission for the Mediterranean (GFCM) | Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations FAO.org 中文 english General Fisheries Commission for the Mediterranean - GFCM About Activities Decisions Information management Meetings Reports Publications Media centre Contact AQUACULTURE Governance and responsible investment Responsible investment in aquaculture  Regulatory and administrative frameworks  Towards blue transformation Allocated zones for aquaculture  Aquatic animal health and welfare Seaweed Focus on consumers and the market Market-driven aquaculture development Safety and quality of aquaculture products Marketing and corporate social responsibility Innovation and knowledge sharing SIPAM Aquaculture Demonstration Centres Technical assistance   SIPAM LINKS National Focal Points Cultured aquactic species FAO NASO and NALO The GFCM collects data and information on aquaculture production statistics as well as other data relevant to the function of its Scientific Committee on Aquaculture (CAQ) through the Information System for the Promotion of Aquaculture in the Mediterranean (SIPAM), one of the CAQ subsidiary bodies. (...) GFCM/41/2017/1 , through which the following data are collected: Aquaculture Production Statistics (APS) Data on aquaculture production by CWP statistical areas culture environment cultured species system of culture type of culture capture-based aquaculture input production quantity production value Aquaculture Production Centres (APC) Data on unit/segment of production number of production centres per unit/segment cultured species per unit total volume (m 3 ) of facilities of production centres per segment destination of product per segment Aquaculture Market Data (AMD) Trade and consumption: - Imports and exports of aquatic products of animal origin (weight and value); - Imports and exports of species that are also produced with aquaculture (weight and value); - Top five import origins and export destinations of farmed species.
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Score: 1119758.4 - https://www.fao.org/gfcm/activ.../aquacultureoriginal/sipam/zh/
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SIPAM | General Fisheries Commission for the Mediterranean - GFCM | منظمة الأغذية والزراعة للأمم المتحدة | General Fisheries Commission for the Mediterranean (GFCM) | Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations FAO.org العربية english General Fisheries Commission for the Mediterranean - GFCM About Activities Decisions Information management Meetings Reports Publications Media centre Contact AQUACULTURE Governance and responsible investment Responsible investment in aquaculture  Regulatory and administrative frameworks  Towards blue transformation Allocated zones for aquaculture  Aquatic animal health and welfare Seaweed Focus on consumers and the market Market-driven aquaculture development Safety and quality of aquaculture products Marketing and corporate social responsibility Innovation and knowledge sharing SIPAM Aquaculture Demonstration Centres Technical assistance   SIPAM LINKS National Focal Points Cultured aquactic species FAO NASO and NALO The GFCM collects data and information on aquaculture production statistics as well as other data relevant to the function of its Scientific Committee on Aquaculture (CAQ) through the Information System for the Promotion of Aquaculture in the Mediterranean (SIPAM), one of the CAQ subsidiary bodies. (...) GFCM/41/2017/1 , through which the following data are collected: Aquaculture Production Statistics (APS) Data on aquaculture production by CWP statistical areas culture environment cultured species system of culture type of culture capture-based aquaculture input production quantity production value Aquaculture Production Centres (APC) Data on unit/segment of production number of production centres per unit/segment cultured species per unit total volume (m 3 ) of facilities of production centres per segment destination of product per segment Aquaculture Market Data (AMD) Trade and consumption: - Imports and exports of aquatic products of animal origin (weight and value); - Imports and exports of species that are also produced with aquaculture (weight and value); - Top five import origins and export destinations of farmed species.
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Score: 1119758.4 - https://www.fao.org/gfcm/activ.../aquacultureoriginal/sipam/ar/
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SIPAM | General Fisheries Commission for the Mediterranean - GFCM | Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations | General Fisheries Commission for the Mediterranean (GFCM) | Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations FAO.org english General Fisheries Commission for the Mediterranean - GFCM About Activities Decisions Information management Meetings Reports Publications Media centre Contact AQUACULTURE Governance and responsible investment Responsible investment in aquaculture  Regulatory and administrative frameworks  Towards blue transformation Allocated zones for aquaculture  Aquatic animal health and welfare Seaweed Focus on consumers and the market Market-driven aquaculture development Safety and quality of aquaculture products Marketing and corporate social responsibility Innovation and knowledge sharing SIPAM Aquaculture Demonstration Centres Technical assistance   SIPAM LINKS National Focal Points Cultured aquactic species FAO NASO and NALO The GFCM collects data and information on aquaculture production statistics as well as other data relevant to the function of its Scientific Committee on Aquaculture (CAQ) through the Information System for the Promotion of Aquaculture in the Mediterranean (SIPAM), one of the CAQ subsidiary bodies. (...) GFCM/41/2017/1 , through which the following data are collected: Aquaculture Production Statistics (APS) Data on aquaculture production by CWP statistical areas culture environment cultured species system of culture type of culture capture-based aquaculture input production quantity production value Aquaculture Production Centres (APC) Data on unit/segment of production number of production centres per unit/segment cultured species per unit total volume (m 3 ) of facilities of production centres per segment destination of product per segment Aquaculture Market Data (AMD) Trade and consumption: - Imports and exports of aquatic products of animal origin (weight and value); - Imports and exports of species that are also produced with aquaculture (weight and value); - Top five import origins and export destinations of farmed species.
Language:English
Score: 1119758.4 - https://www.fao.org/gfcm/activ.../aquacultureoriginal/sipam/en/
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SIPAM | General Fisheries Commission for the Mediterranean - GFCM | Продовольственная и сельскохозяйственная организация Объединенных Наций | General Fisheries Commission for the Mediterranean (GFCM) | Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations FAO.org english Русский General Fisheries Commission for the Mediterranean - GFCM About Activities Decisions Information management Meetings Reports Publications Media centre Contact AQUACULTURE Governance and responsible investment Responsible investment in aquaculture  Regulatory and administrative frameworks  Towards blue transformation Allocated zones for aquaculture  Aquatic animal health and welfare Seaweed Focus on consumers and the market Market-driven aquaculture development Safety and quality of aquaculture products Marketing and corporate social responsibility Innovation and knowledge sharing SIPAM Aquaculture Demonstration Centres Technical assistance   SIPAM LINKS National Focal Points Cultured aquactic species FAO NASO and NALO The GFCM collects data and information on aquaculture production statistics as well as other data relevant to the function of its Scientific Committee on Aquaculture (CAQ) through the Information System for the Promotion of Aquaculture in the Mediterranean (SIPAM), one of the CAQ subsidiary bodies. (...) GFCM/41/2017/1 , through which the following data are collected: Aquaculture Production Statistics (APS) Data on aquaculture production by CWP statistical areas culture environment cultured species system of culture type of culture capture-based aquaculture input production quantity production value Aquaculture Production Centres (APC) Data on unit/segment of production number of production centres per unit/segment cultured species per unit total volume (m 3 ) of facilities of production centres per segment destination of product per segment Aquaculture Market Data (AMD) Trade and consumption: - Imports and exports of aquatic products of animal origin (weight and value); - Imports and exports of species that are also produced with aquaculture (weight and value); - Top five import origins and export destinations of farmed species.
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Score: 1119758.4 - https://www.fao.org/gfcm/activ.../aquacultureoriginal/sipam/ru/
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Maria Neira, WHO: Experience with access to essential medicines for tropical diseases (MS Word, 3 pages, 29KB)( pdf , 22KB) Jeffrey Sturchio, Merck: The Case of Ivermectin: Lessons Learned and Implications for Improving Access to Care and Treatment in Developing Countries (MS Word, 5 pages, 35.5KB)( pdf , 21KB) Chuck Hardwick, Pfizer: Access to Medicines in the Developing World Through Partnerships (MS Word, 8 pages, 31KB)( pdf , 16KB) Session V — Market Segmentation: Techniques, Actors and Incentives    back to top This session sought to examine the different ways in which the segmentation of markets necessary for differential pricing can be made effective, taking into account the need to ensure consistency with WTO and other international trade rules. Also considered were the extent to which competition law puts constraints on the use of market segmentation techniques. Marketing strategies by manufacturers and contractual approaches Albert Itschner, Novartis: Market segmentation and price differentiation: a novel approach (MS Word, 4 pages, 31.5KB)( pdf ,  17KB) Keith McCollough, Vuna Healthcare Logistics: Purchase undertakings (MS PowerPoint, 11 pages, 956KB) ( pdf , 234KB) Clifford Wong, Medimpact Healthcare Systems, Inc: Differential Pricing Impact On Drug Costs To A Purchaser: Effectiveness of "Ex Post Reimbursement" Strategies (MS PowerPoint, 7 pages, 52KB)( pdf , 535KB) Governmental measures Guy Woods, Lacuna Research Ltd: Governmental Measures: Role of regulatory authorities (MS Word, 6 pages, 47KB)( pdf , 23KB) John Bisonga, Customs & Excise, Government of Kenya: Export controls (MS Word, 7 pages, 45KB)( pdf , 325KB) The use of intellectual property rights Richard Wilder (Powell, Goldstein, Frazer & Murphy): The Value of Intellectual Property Rights (MS Word, 8 pages, 57KB) ( pdf , 29KB) Carlos Correa, University of Buenos Aires: Intellectual Property Rights and the Exhaustion Principle (MS PowerPoint, 7 pages, 43.5KB)( pdf , 29KB) Competition policy considerations Harvey Applebaum, Covington & Burling : Antitrust/Competition Law Considerations and Trade Law Considerations (MS Word, 3 pages, 32.5KB)( pdf , 12KB) Alberto Heimler (Autorità Garante della Concorrenza e del Mercato, Italy): The pharmaceutical industry and parallel trade (MS Word, 6 pages, 95.5KB)( pdf , 22KB) Session VI — Purchaser Perspectives and Incentives for Differential Pricing This session considered the perspectives of purchasers in high and low income markets and consider their influence on the price of essential drugs. It asked whether differential pricing for low income countries will put downward pressure on prices in industrialized countries even with market segmentation. It considered existing and potential fiscal and other incentives for companies to implement differential pricing.
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Score: 1118788.4 - https://www.wto.org/spanish/tr..._s/hosbjor_presentations_s.htm
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36schoonveld_e.PDF Market Segmentation and International Price Referencing Ed Schoonveld 1 MARKET SEGMENTATION AND INTERNATIONAL PRICE REFERENCING 1. (...) Interestingly, the Southern European economies have strengthened sufficiently to allow them to enter the European Market Segmentation and International Price Referencing Ed Schoonveld 3 Monetary Union. (...) Pharmaceutical companies make investment decisions for the exploration and development of new drug treatments on the basis of its scientific probability of success Market Segmentation and International Price Referencing 6 Ed Schoonveld and its ability to recoup its investment and make a reasonable profit.
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Score: 1117993.6 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...entations_e/36schoonveld_e.pdf
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Motherhood wage penalties and labour market segmentation: Evidence from Argentina | Publicación | Comisión Económica para América Latina y el Caribe Pasar al contenido principal Naciones Unidas Agenda 2030 COVID-19 Español English Português Acerca de tw fb fl yt Menú principal Temas Económicos Desarrollo económico Comercio internacional e integración Desarrollo productivo y empresarial Sociales Desarrollo social Población y desarrollo Ambientales Desarrollo sostenible y asentamientos humanos Recursos naturales Transversales Agenda 2030 Asuntos de género Planificación para el desarrollo Estadísticas Arquitectura regional Arquitectura regional Períodos de sesiones de la Comisión Observatorios Órganos subsidiarios Foro Regional de Desarrollo Sostenible Tratados y acuerdos Cooperación Datos y estadísticas Conocimiento Publicaciones Destacados Buscar Revista CEPAL Notas de Población Capacitación Cursos Talleres Programas de estudios Biblioteca Novedades Buscar Pregúntanos Comunidades Todas las Comunidades Observatorios Todos los Observatorios Noticias Eventos Disponible en English Motherhood wage penalties and labour market segmentation: Evidence from Argentina Asuntos de Género Desarrollo económico diciembre 2013 | Publicaciones periódicas, revistas y boletines » Revista CEPAL Motherhood wage penalties and labour market segmentation: Evidence from Argentina Autor: Casal, María del Pilar - Barham, Bradford L. (...) Fecha: diciembre 2013 Signatura: LC/G.2597-P Ver publicación Descargar pdf Descripción This article explores the connection between labour market segregation and motherhood wage penalties in Argentina across the formal and informal sectors. (...) The finding is that there is strong evidence of labour market segmentation and that motherhood wage penalties differ substantively across the sectors and between different wage quantiles.
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Score: 1113546.4 - https://www.cepal.org/es/node/28855
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Fluconazole: Chuck Hardwick (Pfizer, Inc.) 10:30-11:00 - coffee break 11:00-12:30 - Session V – Market Segmentation: techniques, actors and incentives This session will seek to examine the different ways in which the segmentation of markets necessary for differential pricing can be made effective, taking into account the need to ensure consistency with WTO and other international trade rules. Also considered will be the extent to which competition law puts constraints on the use of market segmentation techniques. Marketing strategies by manufacturers and contractual approaches: Market segmentation and price differentiation: A Novel Approach: Albert Itschner (Novartis) Purchase undertakings (including security and prevention of diversion): Keith McCullough (Vuna Healthcare Logistics) Ex post reimbursement techniques: Clifford Wong (Kaiser Permanente, retired; MedImpact) Governmental measures: Role of regulatory authorities: Guy Woods (Lacuna Research, Ltd.) (...) It will ask whether differential pricing for low income countries will put downward pressure on prices in industrialized countries even with market segmentation. It will consider existing and potential fiscal and other incentives for companies to implement differential pricing.
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Score: 1112159.3 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...top_e/trips_e/tn_hosbjor_e.htm
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There are four areas we want to emphasize concerning employment of persons with disabilities and the labor market: 1. Basis for an inclusive labour market – inclusive education: The education system in Austria is not inclusive of children, youths and adults with disabilities, it is still focusing on segregation. (...) Last accessed on 03/11/2021] · The basis for an inclusive labor market and working environment is an inclusive education system. (...) The AMS argued, that the algorithm does not foster discrimination; it would simply show the reality on the labor market and disadvantaged groups like women will get targeted support.
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Score: 1110038 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...strian_Disability_Council.docx
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