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Page 2 From the operational standpoint, the regulations must structure the optical network market using a horizontal approach that allows for the separation of transport networks (the backbone) from access networks (the local loop) and services. The regulator should thus regulate every segment of this market. This segmentation raises the question of the number of operators on the optical infrastructure market, which has to reflect changing needs. This brings us to the establishment (or not) of a licensing system on the access segment and of an authorization regime for the backbone (transport) segment.
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Score: 1085882.4 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/treg...tation/contributions/Congo.pdf
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Youth—the bottom fifth of the working-age segment—also expanded although not as robustly as the larger segment. (...) The impression is that the labour market in the decade between the censuses put a premium on greater levels of education and skills. (...) In this context, the labour market repercussions in the prolonged socio-economic crisis after 2000 reflected these developments as noted above.
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Score: 1085332.5 - https://www.un.org/unispal/wp-...ds/2011/04/P2-Salem-Ajluni.pdf
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THE PRESIDENT OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY 30 April 2019 Excellency, I have the honour to refer to my letter dated 25 April and provide the draft concept note of the Informal Interactive Dialogue on Commodity Markets, mandated by the General Assembly in its resolution A/RES/72/205, that will be held on Wednesday, 15 May 2019 in the Trusteeship Council Chamber. (...) This is the case with agricultural commodities where, for example, a coffee producer may get as little as less than 3 per cent of the value of a cup of coffee in consumer markets. 1 A/RES/72/205. The picture for minerals is similar. (...) Format The one-day informal interactive dialogue, which will take place on 15 May, will consist of an opening segment, two interactive panels and, one closing segment.
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Score: 1084259.8 - https://www.un.org/pga/73/wp-c...-April-29-Concept-Note-TSF.pdf
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Instead  of  entering  other market  segments  themselves,  the  paper  shows  that  partnerships  can  be  a  powerful way  to build  successful business models.  (...) Section  3  develops  the  data  value  circle  as  a  structural  GSR discussion paper  2        framework  of  the  data‐driven  economy  that  allows  a more  in‐depth  understanding  of  the  individual  segments as well as  their  interrelations.  It also provides a  first analysis of  the value of  the data‐driven  economy exploring the market size and market development for each segment in the structure.  (...) The number of devices connected to the Internet ultimately defines the market size of this segment in the  data value circle. 
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Score: 1081387.8 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/C...pact_of_dataBusinessModels.pdf
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Instead  of  entering  other market  segments  themselves,  the  paper  shows  that  partnerships  can  be  a  powerful way  to build  successful business models.  (...) Section  3  develops  the  data  value  circle  as  a  structural  GSR discussion paper  2        framework  of  the  data‐driven  economy  that  allows  a more  in‐depth  understanding  of  the  individual  segments as well as  their  interrelations.  It also provides a  first analysis of  the value of  the data‐driven  economy exploring the market size and market development for each segment in the structure.  (...) The number of devices connected to the Internet ultimately defines the market size of this segment in the  data value circle. 
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Score: 1081387.8 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/C...paper%20-%20BusinessModels.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: 1080970.1 - https://www.un.org/en/ecosoc/m...asi%20opening%2018%20march.pdf
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In  it, he uses his  ‘FUNDAMENTAL MARKET PYRAMID”  (FMP)  to  illustrate  the  underlying  elements  of  a  level  economic  field;  administrative  components  essential  for  attracting  inward  capital  investment.  (...) The  presentation  first  outlines  the  three  important  real  estate market  segments  for  any  country  –  housing,  infrastructure,  and  investment.   While  cross‐flow  and  overlap  occurs  between them, the world’s opportunistic capital markets focus on the investment segment.    Inward capital investment creates jobs and stimulates the national economy.    
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Score: 1079462.7 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...arch/Panel2/Steve_Williams.pdf
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Designing the Future of Tourism: Expanding the access of small operators to new market segments via the existing ICT infrastructure | United Nations Development Programme Skip to main content Mauritius & Seychelles Who we are What we do Our impact Get involved Global Nav toggle Search Who we are What we do Our impact Get involved English Locations Home Mauritius & Seychelles Designing the Future of Tourism: Expanding the access of small operators to new market segments via the existing ICT infrastructure Designing the Future of Tourism: Expanding the access of small operators to new market segments via the existing ICT infrastructure June 22, 2022 Mauritius can become one of the most forward-thinking destinations in the world. (...) One important consideration is entering new markets through the provision of novel services. In other words, the e-Health project, with the UNDP Mauritius and Seychelles as a major partner, can eventually provide the building blocks required for the establishment of Medical Tourism as a viable sector of the economy. It is therefore the right time for forward-looking private operators in the medical sector to provide innovative services to this new market segment. For example, what about providing better signage for travelers?
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Score: 1077533 - https://www.undp.org/mauritius...ts-existing-ict-infrastructure
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The focus of this presentation by Statistics Canada’s Stakeholder Relations and Engagement Division will be to illustrate how the Agency has deployed best practices in public participation, stakeholder engagement, and innovative, user-centric communications strategies to increase relevance, data-literacy and engagement among target market segments and audiences. Key areas of inquiry include digital-first communications, social media and social trends, market segmentation and research and the engagement continuum. mailto:pamela.oleary@statcan.gc.ca Abstract
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Score: 1077400.3 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul...omm2022_S2_Canada_OLeary_A.pdf
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PowerPoint Presentation AN INCLUSIVE MARKET DEVELOPMENT APPROACH Our approach focuses on accelerating the development of digital economies at the country level with the government, the private sector and academia, with specific attention given to the development of the right services to reduce the digital divide and to empower key customer segments. To achieve that objective, we will focus on understanding the intersection of six categories of digital services across the five customer segments. The six categories of digital services cover the following sectors: AN INCLUSIVE MARKET DEVELOPMENT APPROACH The approach is organized in four workstreams, which constitute the strategy for achieving this goal. (...) EXAMPLES PRODUCTS AND SERVICES • Payments through VODAPHONE M-PaiSA in Fiji • Mobile money allows people to send and receive money • Access and convenience, safety • Gender equality through control and privacy • Digitizing the Coffee Value Chain in Uganda with MTN • Bulk payments to farm workers • Coop inventory management • Connecting to markets • Energy Access through PAYGO in Myanmar with Greenlight Planet • “Lease to own” model for solar lighting • Airtime based credit scoring Specific Examples of Services COVID-19 https://airtable.com/embed/shrVoMRmUzde7E5RY/tbleZjpeprfjLxa2g?
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Score: 1075775.2 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/R...203/Vincent%20Wierda_UNCDF.pdf
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