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Despite these differences, Mr, Belka also spoke about some of the similarities in the labour markets of the two areas. In both the West European countries and the transition countries, unemployment is much higher for the unskilled and ethnic minorities. (...) During the 1990s, this sluggish economic growth led to high unemployment and an increasing informality in the labour market. Consequently, while some social protections existed for workers in the traditional labour market, the same protection was not extended to workers in the burgeoning informal sector, and therefore only four out of ten workers in the ECLAC region receive pensions or contribute to social security. (...) Other factors responsible for the UNESCAP region’s jobless growth are rigidities in the labour market, governments’ capital- friendly incentive structure, and a lack of appropriate policy environment.
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Score: 992719 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...2006/UNECE_weekly_2006-180.pdf
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We will also discuss the issue of trade and market access and how to increase supply-side capacities in LDCs. (...) This will provide critical feedback on this years’ high- level segment theme. Our meeting will start off with the opening remarks by Mr. (...) Mpho Malie, Minister of Trade & Industry, Cooperatives and Marketing of Lesotho. I warmly welcome all distinguished guests and look forward to an interactive discussion at the roundtables.
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Score: 992703.5 - https://www.un.org/en/ecosoc/m...asi%20opening%2018%20march.pdf
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The seller would continue sales in each segmented market up to the point where costs of producing and selling an additional unit of the product exceed revenues from such sales in that market. (...) However, in practical terms, market segmentation within countries is more difficult than between countries. (...) These include marketing strategies and contractual approaches such as purchase undertakings. 5.1.1 Marketing strategies One way sellers of pharmaceutical products can try to segment markets to prevent diversion from l
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Score: 990158.4 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...e/trips_e/wto_background_e.pdf
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The seller would continue sales in each segmented market up to the point where costs of producing and selling an additional unit of the product exceed revenues from such sales in that market. (...) However, in practical terms, market segmentation within countries is more difficult than between countries. (...) These include marketing strategies and contractual approaches such as purchase undertakings. 5.1.1 Marketing strategies One way sellers of pharmaceutical products can try to segment markets to prevent diversion from l
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Score: 990158.4 - https://www.wto.org/spanish/tr...s/trips_s/wto_background_e.pdf
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Beginning in the 1980s, formal firms in some developed countries began to favour flexible labour relationships. This form of labour market segmentation took place in the interest of flexible specialized production, not in response to rising wage rates or labour costs (Piore and Sabel 1984). (...) Production under this form of labour market segmentation takes place in developing countries where labour costs are low and there is no real threat of rising wages due to legislation or unionization. (...) Deregulation As part of economic restructuring and liberalization, there has been a fair amount of deregulation, particularly of financial and labour markets. Deregulation of labour markets is associated with the rise of informalization or ‘flexible’ labour markets.
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Score: 989310.8 - https://www.un.org/en/ecosoc/m...tatements/Chen%27s%20Paper.pdf
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Segment IV: Statutory issues (agenda item 6) 10.45–11 a.m. (...) Segment VIII: Statutory issues (agenda item 6) 10.30–10.45 a.m. (...) Side event 6: Challenges in mobilizing the capital market to finance a sustainable energy transition Organizer: Kingdom of Morocco Venue: Side-event room B The objectives are to present green-finance achievements in Morocco, in particular those connected to the commitments made under the corresponding road map; to present the ambitions under the new commitments made by Morocco and their implications for the financial sector and the capital market at the national and continental levels; and to lead a reflection on the contribution of the capital market to the financing of a sustainable energy transition and sustainable economic recovery at the continental level. 4–5.30 p.m.
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Score: 988927.5 - https://www.uneca.org/sites/de...%20timetable_eng_rev12May1.pdf
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9 July 2008 2008 ECOSOC Substantive Session Coordination Segment Panel discussion on “Coherence: strengthening the normative and operational link in the work of the UN on rural employment” New York, 9 July 2008 10:00 am – 12:30 pm Introductory remarks by H.E. (...) The Commission on the Status of Women has also been concerned with promoting gender equality and the empowerment of women in the labour market. At its 52nd session in 2008, the Commission has stressed the need to fund labour market policies that integrate gender perspective in the realization of the employment goals in all sectors. (...) The Council might wish to consider the possibility to hold this type of dialogue in the coordination segment every year and to focus on different aspects of the UN development agenda regularly discussed by the functional commissions.
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Score: 985350 - https://www.un.org/en/ecosoc/d...ing%20remarks%20panel%20iv.pdf
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The seller would continue sales in each segmented market up to the point where costs of producing and selling an additional unit of the product exceed revenues from such sales in that market. (...) However, in practical terms, market segmentation within countries is more difficult than between countries. (...) These regulation-driven obstacles to trade may be able, in practice, to contribute to the market segmentation necessary to make differential pricing work.
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Score: 983916.7 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...e/trips_e/wto_background_e.doc
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The seller would continue sales in each segmented market up to the point where costs of producing and selling an additional unit of the product exceed revenues from such sales in that market. (...) However, in practical terms, market segmentation within countries is more difficult than between countries. (...) These regulation-driven obstacles to trade may be able, in practice, to contribute to the market segmentation necessary to make differential pricing work.
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Score: 983916.7 - https://www.wto.org/spanish/tr...s/trips_s/wto_background_e.doc
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In addition to the five roundtables with Ministerial participation on the keys topics relevant to the theme of the Segment, an NGO Forum will take place tomorrow afternoon. (...) This year’s ECOSOC Substantive Session may very well be termed “the LDCs session” as three out its four segments -- the High-Level, the Coordination and the General Segments are going to focus on the challenges faced by the 50 LDCs and the implementation of the Brussels Programme. (...) Today’s and tomorrow’s events will cover a range of issues from resource mobilization for the implementation of the Brussels Programme, to good governance and public finance management for domestic resource mobilization, to PRSPs as mechanism for resource mobilization, to LDCs emerging from conflict and to market access. My Office is happy to host the roundtable on market access, an issue of particular importance to LDCs.
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Score: 983028.3 - https://www.un.org/en/ecosoc/meetings/hl2004/Chowdhury.pdf
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