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HANDBOOK ON COMPETITION LEGISLATION : NOTE / BY THE UNCTAD SECRETARIAT
The Law envisages the cases when the actions out of the limits of Georgia or agreements signed by the mentioned bodies restrict (or may restrict) competition or exert a negative influence on the commodity market of the country. Article 5 of this Law stipulates: The relations having regard to monopolistic position and unfair competititon in the market of securities and financial services shall be regulated by appropriate legislative acts except the cases when these relations affect the competition in the commodity market of the country. (...) Law No. 2132 defines that position of an economic entity whose share in the market of a particular product exceeds 35 per cent is considered to be a monopoly market position. (...) The procedure of defining a monopoly position of an economic entity on the market is established by the relevant normative acts of the Committee and provides for the following sequence in defining market position: − definition of the list of products with respect to which the market position is being defined; − definition of consumers of those products; − definition of the period within which the market position is being defined (as a rule, one year); − definition of the product limits of the market (groups of interchangeable products); − definition of the geographical limits of the market; − definition of the list of economic entities (competitors) that supply the mentioned products to the relevant markets; − definition of the list of economic entities whose share in the market of the mentioned products exceeds 35 per cent; − definition of the fact that economic entities whose share in the market is less than 35 per cent have market power.
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JOB CREATION IN LATIN AMERICA IN THE 1990S : THE FOUNDATION FOR SOCIAL POLICY
Economic Growth and Labor Market Performance, 1990-98....20 CEPAL - SERIE Macroeconomía del desarrollo N° 5 5 Summary This paper analyzes labor market trends in Latin America and the Caribbean in the 1990s, arguing that employment must be the foundation of a social policy strategy for the region. The paper begins with a discussion of the expectations for labor market performance that were generated by the reform process in the region. (...) The paper focuses on the decade of the 1990s, when the new market-oriented economic model had been introduced in the majority of countries.
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HANDBOOK ON COMPETITION LEGISLATION : NOTE / BY THE UNCTAD SECRETARIAT
HARMONISATION PAR RAPPORT A L’ACCORD D’ASSOCIATION AVEC L’UNION EUROPEENNE: La présentation du nouveau dispositif relatif à la concurrence permet de faire ressortir que notre législation en matière de concurrence est en harmonie avec les règles européennes de concurrence, dans la mesure où elle prohibe à travers ses articles 6 et 7 (cf. article 41, 1er point, a et b): 1. les pratiques et actions concertées, conventions et ententes expresses ou tacites (point a); 2. ainsi que les abus de position dominante ou monopolistique sur un marché ou un segment de marché (point b). Ces deux (02) pratiques sont interdites lorsqu’elles ont pour objet ou pour effet d’empêcher, de restreindre ou de fausser le libre jeu de la concurrence dans un même marché ou dans une partie substantielle de celui-ci (à savoir, en la matière, l’ensemble du territoire de la Communauté ou une partie substantielle de celui-ci ou l’ensemble du territoire algérien ou une partie substantielle de celui-ci). (...) Art. 7. — Est prohibé tout abus d'une position dominante ou monopolistique sur un marché ou un segment de marché tendant à: - limiter l'accès au marché ou l'exercice d'activités commerciales; - limiter ou contrôler la production,les débouchés, les investissements ou le progrès technique; - répartir les marchés ou lessources d'approvisionnement; - faire obstacle à la fixation des prix par le libre jeu du marché en favorisant artificiellement leur hausse ou leur baisse; - appliquer, à l’égard de partenaires commerciaux, des conditions inégales à des prestations équivalentes en leur infligeant de ce fait un désavantage dans la concurrence; - subordonner la conclusion de contrats à l’acceptation, par les partenaires, de prestations supplémentaires qui, par leur nature ou selon les usages commerciaux, n’ont pas de lien avec l’objet de ces contrats.
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PROVISIONAL LIST OF PARTICIPANTS : STANDING COMMITTEE ON COMMODITIES, 3RD SESSION, GENEVA, 31 OCTOBER 1994
Mohi El Din Ahmed MABROUK, Researcher, Permanent Mission, Geneva UNITED NATIONS CENTRE DU COMMERCE INTERNATIONAL CNUCED-GATT (CCI) Mr. B. BYSKOV, Senior Market Development Officer, Market Development Section-Commodities and Agro-based Products, Division of Product and Market Development Mr. (...) HUSAIN, Senior Commodity Marketing Officer, Market Development Section-Commodities and Agro-based Products, Division of Product and Market Development SPECIALIZED AND RELATED AGENCIES ORGANISATION DES NATIONS UNIES POUR L’ALIMENTATION ET L’AGRICULTURE (FAO) Mr.
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RPT SR RACISM / MISSION TO MAURITANIA
According to information received, violence erupted in the city’s main market after a young Moorish man assaulted an older Peulh woman, triggering anger among some Peulh people present at the scene, who attempted to retaliate by targeting the Moorish shop holders in the area. (...) Discrimination is also about distribution of resources and, in the globalized market economy, the worst off are frequently, if not systematically, members of certain ethnic groups whose particular vulnerability results partly from a history of discrimination, oppression and exploitation.18 51. (...) Approximately 70 per cent of the population is aged under 30, with those aged between 10 and 30 representing 40.8 per cent within this segment of the population.19 In 2000, those below the age of 30 accounted for 72.4 per cent of the unemployed.
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LETTER DATED 8 DECEMBER 2021 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF TAJIKISTAN TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
They support countries' equal rights to regulate the internet and their sovereign right to regulate the national segments of the internet. 3.4. Counter-narcotics cooperation The Member States note that illegal drug trafficking and drug use for non- medical purposes poses a threat to international and regional security and stability, sustainable economic development, and public health and welfare as well as to fundamental rights and freedoms. (...) Cooperation in banking and finance The Member States will continue to strengthen mutually beneficial cooperation in banking and finance, exchange best practices and information, undertake efforts to create favourable conditions for developing the financial services market and attracting investment, and improve payment and settlement and other financial an d economic relations. (...) Agriculture and development of remote areas The Member States advocate further enhancing the role of the SCO in addressing the issues of food security, consolidating the world food market, and developing the production of organic and environmentally friendly products.
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SUMMARY OF VIEWS EXPRESSED DURING THE 3RD SESSION OF THE AD HOC WORKING GROUP ON LONG-TERM COOPERATIVE ACTION UNDER THE CONVENTION :NOTE / BY THE CHAIR
Such principles included: ensuring that these approaches contribute to the ultimate objective of the Convention and deliver real climate benefits; observing the principle of common but differentiated responsibilities; considering these approaches within the development context; taking into account national circumstances; ensuring compatibility with the global carbon market and existing or emerging regional emission trading schemes; and avoiding the application of international standards across countries. 7. (...) A distinction was drawn during the discussions between sectoral agreements and sectoral efforts, and between actions and approaches based on cooperation on the one hand and those that use market approaches on the other. 8. Some Parties noted that cooperative sectoral approaches and sector-specific actions would involve cooperation and action at the sector level, as opposed to action that is defined for the national level.
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PROVISIONAL LIST OF PARTICIPANTS : TRADE AND DEVELOPMENT BOARD, AD HOC WORKING GROUP ON TRADE EFFICIENCY, 2ND SESSION, GENEVA, 15 NOVEMBER 1993
D’ASSIER de BOISREDON, Director, Division of Product and Market Development Mr. B. ANCEL, Chief, Trade Information Service, Division of Product and Market Development Mr. (...) DECSEY, Head, Trade Documentation Centre, Division of Product and Market Development Mr. A. PARADIES, Head, Trade Information Dissemination Unit, Division of Product and Market Development Mr. F. von KIRCHBACH, Senior Economic Research Officer, Research Section, Division of Product and Market Development - 7 - INTERGOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATION GROUP DES ETATS D’AFRIQUE, DES CARAIBES ET DU PACIFIQUE (Groupe ACP) Mrs.
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PROVISIONAL LIST OF PARTICIPANTS : TRADE AND DEVELOPMENT BOARD, STANDING COMMITTEE ON COMMODITIES, 2ND SESSION, GENEVA, 31 JANUARY 1994
Monghhon SASORITH, Trade and Economic Adviser, Embassy, Paris TD/B/CN.1/Misc.2 page 6 UNITED NATIONS * * * CENTRE DU COMMERCE INTERNATIONAL CNUCED/GATT (CCI) Mr. B. BYSKOV, Senior Market Development Officer, Market Development Section, Commodities and Agro-based Products, Division of Product and Market Development Mr. (...) HUSAIN, Senior Commodity Marketing Officer, Market Development Section, Commodities and Agro-based Products, Division of Product and Market Development SPECIALIZED AND RELATED AGENCIES ORGANISATION INTERNATIONALE DU TRAVAIL (OIT) Mr.
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LIST OF PARTICIPANTS : TRADE AND DEVELOPMENT BOARD, COMMISSION ON INVESTMENT, TECHNOLOGY AND RELATED FINANCIAL ISSUES, EXPERT MEETING ON THE GROWTH OF DOMESTIC CAPITAL MARKETS, PARTICULARLY IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES, AND ITS RELATIONSHIP WITH FOREIGN PORTFOLIO INVESTMENT, GENEVA, 27-29 MAY 1998
György SZEPESI, Advisor to the President, Hungarian Banking and Capital Market Supervision INDE Mr. Dilip SINHA, Minister, Permanent Mission, Geneva INDONESIE Mr. (...) Jalil TARIF, Deputy Director General, Jordan Securities Commission, Amman Financial Market Mr. Mohammed Said SHAHIN, Executive Manager, Foreign Investments and Operations Department, Central Bank of Jordan KENYA Mr. (...) Simon RUTEGA, Coordinator, Research and Market Authority, Capital Market Authority, Mr. Stephen KABOYO, Acting Executive Secretary, Finance and Market Surveillance, Capital Market Authority PAKISTAN Mr.
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