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This could help Norwegian producers regain market share in this segment. In 2010, Norway was the top supplier in both the fresh and frozen Atlantic salmon fillets segments, with 41% and 44% shares respectively. (...) This, despite targeting different market segments, could ease the pressure on prices, which have shown an upward trend in the fresh fillets segment, while the whole fish markets have remained stable with a slight upward trend in some products. (...) This is all the more remarkable as the share of Poland only a few years back was less than 5% of the import market.  French domestic smokers continue to target the top segments but are more affected by higher costs than foreign suppliers.
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Score: 1131244.6 - https://www.fao.org/in-action/...s/resource-detail/en/c/338151/
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This could help Norwegian producers regain market share in this segment. In 2010, Norway was the top supplier in both the fresh and frozen Atlantic salmon fillets segments, with 41% and 44% shares respectively. (...) This, despite targeting different market segments, could ease the pressure on prices, which have shown an upward trend in the fresh fillets segment, while the whole fish markets have remained stable with a slight upward trend in some products. (...) This is all the more remarkable as the share of Poland only a few years back was less than 5% of the import market.  French domestic smokers continue to target the top segments but are more affected by higher costs than foreign suppliers.
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Score: 1130657.3 - https://www.fao.org/in-action/...s/resource-detail/zh/c/338151/
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 ITU WORLD TELECOM 2009 Forum Programme October 07 Wednesday Co-hosted – NGMN 16:30 – 18:00 Session CoNG.4 Room A ITU – NGMN: Mobile Broadband 2010+: Customer Impact Smartphones continue to be the mobile device industry’s fastest-growing market segment, with on average 15 times higher data traffic per device compared to the rest of the market. Meanwhile, new mobile broadband device segments are emerging in Consumer Electronics (CE) equipment and Netbooks. In addition, mobile broadband Machine-to-Machine (M2M) services promise to grow the market even further. In this Session, Senior Management representatives from major device manufacturers provide insights into emerging device platforms, segments and services and the current status of wireless broadband devices.
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Score: 1128437 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ.../E/web/WebSearch/page0087.html
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Motherhood wage penalties and labour market segmentation: Evidence from Argentina | Publication | Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean Skip to main content United Nations 2030 Agenda COVID-19 Español English Português About ECLAC tw fb fl yt Main menu Topics Economic Economic development International trade and integration Production, productivity and management Social Social development Population and development Environmental Sustainable development and human settlements Natural resources Cross-cutting 2030 Agenda Gender affairs Planning for development Statistics Regional architecture Regional architecture Sessions of the Commission Observatories Subsidiary bodies Regional Forum on Sustainable Development Treaties and agreements Cooperation Data and statistics Knowledge Publications Featured Search CEPAL Review Notas de Población Training Courses Workshops Study programmes Library Featured Search Ask us Communities All Communities Observatories All Observatories News Events Available in English Motherhood wage penalties and labour market segmentation: Evidence from Argentina Gender affairs Economic development December 2013 | Regular Publications, Reviews and Bulletins » CEPAL Review Motherhood wage penalties and labour market segmentation: Evidence from Argentina Author: Casal, María del Pilar - Barham, Bradford L. (...) Date: December 2013 ECLAC symbol: LC/G.2597-P View publication Download pdf Description 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: 1126103.7 - https://www.cepal.org/en/publi...egmentation-evidence-argentina
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Why programmes fail to reach most disadvantaged groups (1) The most disadvantaged groups are often not eligible for participation in mainstream labour market programmes, as these are confined either to registered unemployed or to those entitled to UI benefits. (...) Mismatches between provision and individual needs Mismatches between provision and labour market needs Programmes are geared towards weak or marginal labour market segments (small-scale local initiatives) given the resistance of companies in ‘market’ economic sectors. Why programmes fail to reach most disadvantaged groups (5) Temporary job creation in non- profit or other local initiatives sometimes reinforces segmentation or result in a backslide into unemployment Segmentation, sidetrack and dead end Stigmatization effect The mere fact of benefiting from a programme may reveal the labour market difficulties of an individual to employers on the basis of disadvantages usually attributed to a group (e.g. long-term unemployment).
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Score: 1125370.5 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...ts/publication/wcms_612072.pdf
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Why programmes fail to reach most disadvantaged groups (1) The most disadvantaged groups are often not eligible for participation in mainstream labour market programmes, as these are confined either to registered unemployed or to those entitled to UI benefits. (...) Mismatches between provision and individual needs Mismatches between provision and labour market needs Programmes are geared towards weak or marginal labour market segments (small-scale local initiatives) given the resistance of companies in ‘market’ economic sectors. Why programmes fail to reach most disadvantaged groups (5) Temporary job creation in non- profit or other local initiatives sometimes reinforces segmentation or result in a backslide into unemployment Segmentation, sidetrack and dead end Stigmatization effect The mere fact of benefiting from a programme may reveal the labour market difficulties of an individual to employers on the basis of disadvantages usually attributed to a group (e.g. long-term unemployment).
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Score: 1125370.5 - www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/grou...ts/publication/wcms_612072.pdf
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There are different state of the market development in target countries: ■ INITIAL STAGE OF THE NGV MARKET DEVELOPMENT → Azerbaijan, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kyrgyzstan, North Macedonia, Romania, Turkmenistan, ■ EMERGING NGV MARKETS → Belarus, Bulgaria, Kazakhstan, Moldova, Serbia, Tajikistan, ■ MATURE NGV MARKETS → Armenia and Uzbekistan. (...) As the first step, each country should have a comprehensive development program for the NGV market including different segments of the transport sector: private cars, buses, LCVs, heavy trucks, construction and communal machinery, agricultural and quarry machinery, railway transport, water transport etc. (...) Countries with international transit routes have a great potential for small-scale LNG market development. There are several main steps for regulatory authorities to start with: ■ to make a complex analysis of transport and energy sectors and specify the fuel potential of every segment of transport sector, ■ to understand the perspectives of power mix in the long run, ■ to develop a comprehensive program of NGV market development with an infrastructure layout based on potential demand, ■ to initiate simplification of technical regulation for filling stations, ■ to develop a system for cylinders turnover monitoring, ■ to implement a program for popularization NGV among citizens.
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Score: 1120707.6 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul...GV_Report_ExecSummary_2004.pdf
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Ana Mickovska Raleva, Education Specialist, Macedonian Civic Education Center, North Macedonia Segment 2: SDG 5 “Gender Equality” This segment will focus on answering the question: “How can governments overcome challenges that hinder the participation of women, girls, youth and those from other marginalized groups at risk of exclusion and disadvantage in the labour market, in the digital world and STEAM sectors?” (...) Manuel da Costa-Cabral, Market Regulator expert, ANACOM, Portugal Segment 4: SDG15 “Life on land” This segment will intend to answer the same questions as segment 3. • Ms. (...) 12:45 – 12:50 Special statement from the youth Co-moderators of the SDG segments: • Ms. Natalia Mochu, Regional Director, ITU Office for CIS • Ms.
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Score: 1120541 - https://www.itu.int/ru/ITU-D/R...0the%20covid-19%20pandemic.pdf
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Ana Mickovska Raleva, Education Specialist, Macedonian Civic Education Center, North Macedonia Segment 2: SDG 5 “Gender Equality” This segment will focus on answering the question: “How can governments overcome challenges that hinder the participation of women, girls, youth and those from other marginalized groups at risk of exclusion and disadvantage in the labour market, in the digital world and STEAM sectors?” (...) Manuel da Costa-Cabral, Market Regulator expert, ANACOM, Portugal Segment 4: SDG15 “Life on land” This segment will intend to answer the same questions as segment 3. • Ms. (...) Co-moderators of the SDG segments: • Ms. Natalia Mochu, Regional Director, ITU Office for CIS • Ms.
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Score: 1120541 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/R...0the%20covid-19%20pandemic.pdf
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SIPAM | General Fisheries Commission for the Mediterranean - GFCM | Organización de las Naciones Unidas para la Alimentación y la Agricultura | General Fisheries Commission for the Mediterranean (GFCM) | Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations FAO.org english Español 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/es/
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