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Jacques-François Martin, (Fonds mondial pour la vaccination infantile): Tiered Prices (or Differentiated Prices or Market Segmentation) text (MS Word, 18 pages, 120Ko)( pdf , 470Ko) et slides (MS PowerPoint, 18 pages, 120Ko)( pdf , 469Ko) Christian Saunders, (FNUAP): UNFPA’s Experience With Contraceptives (MS PowerPoint, 24 pages, 193Ko)( pdf , 1,057Ko) Cecile Miles, Ranbaxy, Inde: Experience with Generic Drugs (MS PowerPoint, 13 pages, 69Ko)( pdf , 47Ko) Dorothy Ochola, (Ouganda): Current experience with differential pricing of HIV/AIDS related drugs in Uganda (MS PowerPoint, 18 pages, 120Ko)( pdf , 48Ko) John Wecker, Boehringer-Ingelheim: Current Experience with Differential Pricing: Accelerating Access Initiative and the Viramune(R) Donation Program (MS Word, 4 pages, 30.5Ko)( pdf , 14Ko) Dr. (...) On examinera aussi dans quelle mesure le droit de la concurrence entrave l'application des techniques de segmentation des marchés. Stratégies de commercialisation des fabricants et approches contractuelles: Stratégies Albert Itschner, Novartis: Market segmentation and price differentiation: a novel approach (MS Word, 4 pages, 31.5Ko)( pdf ,  17Ko) Keith McCollough, Vuna Healthcare Logistics: Purchase undertakings (MS PowerPoint, 11 pages, 956Ko) ( pdf , 234Ko) 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, 52Ko)( pdf , 535Ko) Mesures gouvernementales Guy Woods, Lacuna Research Ltd: Governmental Measures: Role of regulatory authorities (MS Word, 6 pages, 47Ko)( pdf , 23Ko) John Bisonga, (Département des douanes et des droits d'accise, Kenya): Export controls (MS Word, 7 pages, 45Ko)( pdf , 325Ko) Droits de propriété intellectuelle Richard Wilder (Powell, Goldstein, Frazer & Murphy): The Value of Intellectual Property Rights (MS Word, 8 pages, 57Ko) ( pdf , 29Ko) Carlos Correa, (Université de Buenos Aires): Intellectual Property Rights and the Exhaustion Principle (MS PowerPoint, 7 pages, 43.5Ko)( pdf , 29Ko) Politiques de concurrence Harvey Applebaum, Covington & Burling : Antitrust/Competition Law Considerations and Trade Law Considerations (MS Word, 3 pages, 32.5Ko)( pdf , 12Ko) Alberto Heimler (Autorità Garante della Concorrenza e del Mercato, Italy): The pharmaceutical industry and parallel trade (MS Word, 6 pages, 95.5Ko)( pdf , 22Ko) Séance VI — Perspectives des acheteurs et incitations à l'application de prix différenciés haut de page 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: 971299.7 - https://www.wto.org/french/tra..._f/hosbjor_presentations_f.htm
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ITU Council 2008: High Level Segment (HLS) - Biography of H.E. Mr. Radhakrishna Padayachie, Republic of South Africa High-Level Segment (HLS) of Council 2008 Geneva, 12-13 November 2008     Biography of H.E. (...) Radhakrishna Padayachie, Deputy Minister of Communications, Republic of South Africa Deputy Minister Padayachie holds a Bachelor of Science (BSc) degree from the University of Durban-Westville, with Chemistry and Microbiology as majors, and a Masters of Science (MSc) degree in Agricultural Economics from the University of London, majoring in Business Management and Marketing. Career in brief : Deputy Minister of Communications, since April 2004 Formulations Chemist at Plascon Evans Paints (1974 – 1975) Microbiologist at Reckitt and Colman (1976 – 1979) Research chemist at Shell Chemical (1979 – 1980) Development Director at Community Education Development Trust (1980) Deputy Minister Padayachie also has extensive business and professional experience, having run his own Business Development and Marketing Company for the last few years in Advertising, Marketing and Project Development consultancy work.
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Score: 967382.9 - https://www.itu.int/council/C2008/hls/bios/padayachie.html
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(iii) Savings Investment Balance: balanced investment point share adjustment. (iv) Factor markets: land and capital sector specific. Labor mobile and two alternative scenarios: Full employment, and unemployment in the unskilled wage worker labor market segment. 2.- Scenario A1: 30% fall in oil world price; 25% fall in fuels world import price and 10% fall in fish products world export price. (...) (iii) Savings Investment Balance: balanced investment point share adjustment. (iv) Factor markets: land and capital sector specific. Labor mobile and two alternative scenarios: Full employment, and unemployment in the unskilled wage worker labor market segment. 2.- Scenario A1: 30% fall in oil world price; 25% fall in fuels world import price and 10% fall in fish products world export price. (...) (iii) Savings Investment Balance: balanced investment point share adjustment. (iv) Factor markets: land and capital sector specific. Labor mobile and two alternative scenarios: Full employment, and unemployment in the unskilled wage worker labor market segment. 2.- Scenario A1: 30% fall in oil world price; 25% fall in fuels world import price and 10% fall in fish products world export price.
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Score: 967114.1 - https://www.cepal.org/sites/de...les/presentacion_sara_wong.pdf
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Videos | United Nations Economic Commission for Africa Skip to main content Trending COVID-19 recovery - Building models for climate resilience and a green recovery UN Secretary-General's message on Africa Day 2022 Commerce and Industry Permanent Secretaries from Zambia and Zimbabwe with development partners push for implementation of the common agro industrial park Green, Social, and Sustainable bonds to serve Africa’s sustainable investment needs Vera Songwe wins African Banker Icon of the Year, as women steal the spotlight at the African Banker Awards Search form × English Français Toggle navigation Menu Home About Us Overview Commission Terms of Reference and Rules of Procedure Executive Secretary Former Executive Secretaries Opportunities Vacancies Fellowship Procurement Expression of Interest Internship Programmes Our Experts Blogs Our Work Data and statistics African Institute for Economic Development and Planning (IDEP) Gender equality and the empowerment of women Macroeconomics and governance Poverty, Inequality and Social Policy Private sector development and finance Regional integration and trade Subregional activities for development Technology, climate change and natural resource management Strategic Directions Advocate Build Design Formulate Support Subregional Offices Central Africa Eastern Africa North Africa Southern Africa West Africa Knowledge Gateway Publications Africa UN Knowledge Hub for COVID-19 ECA Repository ASKIA Federated Search Engine ECA Research Guide Thematic Portals Data & Statistics Events Upcoming Events Main events Statutory Events Other Events Past Events Calendar of Conferences, Meetings and Events Media Centre Contacts You are here Home Videos Home Information note for participants Ground transportation and COVID-19 note Accommodation Notification Registration Agenda and Programme Consolidated timetable Documents Daily Bulletins Side Events CoM 2022 Evaluation Survey Stories Presentations Pictures Videos Previous Sessions Share this: facebook twitter email print Embedded video for CoM 2022 Side Event - Innovative financing in capital markets for recovery in Africa CoM 2022 Side Event - Innovative financing in capital markets for recovery in Africa Embedded video for CoM 2022 Side Event - Challenges in mobilizing the capital market to finance a sustainable energy transition CoM 2022 Side Event - Challenges in mobilizing the capital market to finance a sustainable energy transition Embedded video for CoM 2022 Side Event - Impact of the crisis in Ukraine on development financing in Africa: examples from selected countries CoM 2022 Side Event - Impact of the crisis in Ukraine on development financing in Africa: examples from selected countries Embedded video for CoM 2022 Side Event - Innovative financing of small and medium-sized enterprises for resilient recovery in Africa: a gender and youth perspective CoM 2022 Side Event - Innovative financing of small and medium-sized enterprises for resilient recovery in Africa: a gender and youth perspective Embedded video for CoM 2022 Side Event - Illicit financial flows in Africa: regional efforts to track, recover and return assets CoM 2022 Side Event - Illicit financial flows in Africa: regional efforts to track, recover and return assets Embedded video for CoM 2022 Side Event - Addressing the gap in financing for climate-change adaptation in Africa: a regional perspective on a global challenge CoM 2022 Side Event - Addressing the gap in financing for climate-change adaptation in Africa: a regional perspective on a global challenge Embedded video for Remarks by Michel Camdessus, Fmr Governor of Banque de France & Fmr IMF Managing Director (CoM 2022) Remarks by Michel Camdessus, Fmr Governor of Banque de France & Fmr IMF Managing Director (CoM 2022) Embedded video for Remarks by Prof Peter Henry, Dean Emeritus, NYU Stern School of Business Remarks by Prof Peter Henry, Dean Emeritus, NYU Stern School of Business Embedded video for Remarks by Bindang Okiri, Secretary of State for Planning, Equatorial Guinea Remarks by Bindang Okiri, Secretary of State for Planning, Equatorial Guinea Embedded video for CoM2022 - Opening remarks by Amadou Hott, Senegal's Minister of Economy, Planning,& Int'l Cooperation CoM2022 - Opening remarks by Amadou Hott, Senegal's Minister of Economy, Planning,& Int'l Cooperation Embedded video for Remarks by UNCTAD SG, Rebeca Grynspan, at CoM 2022 Remarks by UNCTAD SG, Rebeca Grynspan, at CoM 2022 Embedded video for CoM2022 - Remarks by President Macky Sall, Senegal CoM2022 - Remarks by President Macky Sall, Senegal Embedded video for CoM 2022 Ministerial Segment - Day 2 CoM 2022 Ministerial Segment - Day 2 Embedded video for CoM 2022 - Day 5 Video Highlights CoM 2022 - Day 5 Video Highlights Embedded video for CoM 2022 Ministerial Segment - Day 1 CoM 2022 Ministerial Segment - Day 1 Embedded video for CoM 2022 - Day 3 Video Highlights CoM 2022 - Day 3 Video Highlights Embedded video for Senegal's Minister A.
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Score: 966781.6 - https://www.uneca.org/node/5340
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Videos | United Nations Economic Commission for Africa Skip to main content Trending COVID-19 recovery - Building models for climate resilience and a green recovery UN Secretary-General's message on Africa Day 2022 Commerce and Industry Permanent Secretaries from Zambia and Zimbabwe with development partners push for implementation of the common agro industrial park Green, Social, and Sustainable bonds to serve Africa’s sustainable investment needs Vera Songwe wins African Banker Icon of the Year, as women steal the spotlight at the African Banker Awards Search form × English Français Toggle navigation Menu Home About Us Overview Commission Terms of Reference and Rules of Procedure Executive Secretary Former Executive Secretaries Opportunities Vacancies Fellowship Procurement Expression of Interest Internship Programmes Our Experts Blogs Our Work Data and statistics African Institute for Economic Development and Planning (IDEP) Gender equality and the empowerment of women Macroeconomics and governance Poverty, Inequality and Social Policy Private sector development and finance Regional integration and trade Subregional activities for development Technology, climate change and natural resource management Strategic Directions Advocate Build Design Formulate Support Subregional Offices Central Africa Eastern Africa North Africa Southern Africa West Africa Knowledge Gateway Publications Africa UN Knowledge Hub for COVID-19 ECA Repository ASKIA Federated Search Engine ECA Research Guide Thematic Portals Data & Statistics Events Upcoming Events Main events Statutory Events Other Events Past Events Calendar of Conferences, Meetings and Events Media Centre Contacts You are here Home Videos Home Information note for participants Ground transportation and COVID-19 note Accommodation Notification Registration Agenda and Programme Consolidated timetable Documents Daily Bulletins Side Events CoM 2022 Evaluation Survey Stories Presentations Pictures Videos Previous Sessions Share this: facebook twitter email print Embedded video for CoM 2022 Side Event - Innovative financing in capital markets for recovery in Africa CoM 2022 Side Event - Innovative financing in capital markets for recovery in Africa Embedded video for CoM 2022 Side Event - Challenges in mobilizing the capital market to finance a sustainable energy transition CoM 2022 Side Event - Challenges in mobilizing the capital market to finance a sustainable energy transition Embedded video for CoM 2022 Side Event - Impact of the crisis in Ukraine on development financing in Africa: examples from selected countries CoM 2022 Side Event - Impact of the crisis in Ukraine on development financing in Africa: examples from selected countries Embedded video for CoM 2022 Side Event - Innovative financing of small and medium-sized enterprises for resilient recovery in Africa: a gender and youth perspective CoM 2022 Side Event - Innovative financing of small and medium-sized enterprises for resilient recovery in Africa: a gender and youth perspective Embedded video for CoM 2022 Side Event - Illicit financial flows in Africa: regional efforts to track, recover and return assets CoM 2022 Side Event - Illicit financial flows in Africa: regional efforts to track, recover and return assets Embedded video for CoM 2022 Side Event - Addressing the gap in financing for climate-change adaptation in Africa: a regional perspective on a global challenge CoM 2022 Side Event - Addressing the gap in financing for climate-change adaptation in Africa: a regional perspective on a global challenge Embedded video for Remarks by Michel Camdessus, Fmr Governor of Banque de France & Fmr IMF Managing Director (CoM 2022) Remarks by Michel Camdessus, Fmr Governor of Banque de France & Fmr IMF Managing Director (CoM 2022) Embedded video for Remarks by Prof Peter Henry, Dean Emeritus, NYU Stern School of Business Remarks by Prof Peter Henry, Dean Emeritus, NYU Stern School of Business Embedded video for Remarks by Bindang Okiri, Secretary of State for Planning, Equatorial Guinea Remarks by Bindang Okiri, Secretary of State for Planning, Equatorial Guinea Embedded video for CoM2022 - Opening remarks by Amadou Hott, Senegal's Minister of Economy, Planning,& Int'l Cooperation CoM2022 - Opening remarks by Amadou Hott, Senegal's Minister of Economy, Planning,& Int'l Cooperation Embedded video for Remarks by UNCTAD SG, Rebeca Grynspan, at CoM 2022 Remarks by UNCTAD SG, Rebeca Grynspan, at CoM 2022 Embedded video for CoM2022 - Remarks by President Macky Sall, Senegal CoM2022 - Remarks by President Macky Sall, Senegal Embedded video for CoM 2022 Ministerial Segment - Day 2 CoM 2022 Ministerial Segment - Day 2 Embedded video for CoM 2022 - Day 5 Video Highlights CoM 2022 - Day 5 Video Highlights Embedded video for CoM 2022 Ministerial Segment - Day 1 CoM 2022 Ministerial Segment - Day 1 Embedded video for CoM 2022 - Day 3 Video Highlights CoM 2022 - Day 3 Video Highlights Embedded video for Senegal's Minister A.
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Score: 966781.6 - https://www.uneca.org/54th-ses...c-commission-for-africa/videos
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Dr Fildes also addressed the question of forecasting opportunities from the perspective of market potential. He drew attention to the problem of segmentation and its application to forecasting, to models of interacting individuals, underlining the effect of networks on different adoption patterns, and analysed the advantages of diffusion models and simulation modelling. (...) The presentation focused on investigation of the VoIP market in the USA and the ability to forecast market potential. (...) ITU), with a greater capacity to investigate market potential. • Together with the development of the telecommunication market, segmentation analysis becomes more and more important.
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Score: 966377.9 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/fina...s/forecasting/final-report.pdf
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Decarbonization of the transport sector in UNECE member states Natural Gas Vehicles Association of Russia Vasiliy Zinin www.ngvrus.ru Goals of the Research The main goal of the research is to contribute to NGV  markets development in UNECE countries ‐ to accumulate the best practices for NGV market  development, ‐ to analyze the specifics of selected countries, ‐ to estimate an effect of natural gas usage for  sustainable development. www.ngvrus.ru Structure of the Report Connection to SDG  Life cycle analysis Countries’ profiles  & guidelines Safety  requirements overview Public opinion  research Case studies Recommendations Video promo  materials overview Draft Scenarios of  UNECE sessions • 8 SDG; • 4 LCA studies; • 14 countries; • 5 regional cases; • 15 promo‐ materials www.ngvrus.ru Goals 2030 and NGV NGV market development contributes to at least 8 SDGs Natural gas is an important tool for sustainable development balancing social, economical, environmental objectives www.ngvrus.ru Life cycle analysis 1. (...) 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. 2. (...) The layout should be based on the potential demand research for the different segments of the transport sector. 4. The meaningful result of the UNECE project would be the start of a pilot project to develop a comprehensive development program for one of the developing NGV markets in target UNECE countries www.ngvrus.ru Public Opinion Research We propose to initiate a promo project clarifying the specifics of NGV fuel in UNECE countries involving industrial associations 8% 23% 0% 15% 15% 31% 0% 8% 0% Common perceptions that technology is unsafe for personal use/The idea of a high accident rate when operating methane vehicles Lack of infrastructure for the necessary service and maintenance for methane vehicles Complicated procedures for registering methane transport Additional costs for the installation and operation of gas equipment Insufficient assortment of vehicles using natural gas Insufficient number of natural gas stations High prices for natural gas in the country Lack of information on the possibility of switching to natural gas (methane) as a vehicle fuel No benefits from switching to this type of fuel The main barrier to using natural gas (methane) vehicles is... 60% 40% Dо you know that the use of methane reduces emissions of pollutants into the atmosphere?
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Score: 965062.9 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul...%20UNECE%20member%20states.pdf
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AFFILIATED SALES IN THE HOME MARKET 36 A. Exclusion Of Sales To Affiliates 36 1. (...) Article 2.1 does not justify use of downstream sales in the home market 40 2. If there are no home-market sales in the ordinary course of trade, then Article 2.2 requires use of third-country sales or constructed value. 40 3. (...) KSC informed USDOC that CVRD’s parent, CSN was a respondent in the companion investigation of hot-rolled steel products from Brazil, and as such, CVRD was in effect a competitor of KSC in the US market. · "KSC never asked for Commerce’s assistance in the investigation in any respect.
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Score: 964962 - https://www.wto.org/english/tratop_e/dispu_e/184r_d_e.doc
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It describes the state-of-the-art of the NGV markets and its perspectives in the project countries. The countries differ substantially in terms of economic development, transport market shape, energy, and transport policy. There is a different state of the market development in the countries: • Initial stage of the NGV market → Azerbaijan, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kyrgyzstan, North Macedonia, Romania, Turkmenistan, • Emerging NGV markets → Belarus, Bulgaria, Kazakhstan, Moldova, Serbia, Tajikistan, • Mature NGV markets → Armenia and Uzbekistan. (...) Main recommendations for regulatory authorities: ➢ 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: 964381.3 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul...ort_dissemination_brochure.pdf
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Matching education and job market demands The mismatch between education, skills and job market demand remains a challenge in both advanced economies and developing countries. (...) In order for decent work to be the norm, countries will need not only to create good-quality jobs but also focus specific interventions on populations that are excluded from or disadvantaged in labour markets. Dignity and prosperity through work is often a challenge in many countries because of discrimination and marginalization which carry over into labour markets. (...) In order to create the enabling environment for job growth, African leaders recognize the need for larger and deeper markets and further regional economic integration.
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Score: 960457.1 - https://www.un.org/en/ecosoc/i...2015/pdf/summary_ecosoc_is.pdf
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