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World Leaders also concluded at the Summit that in many parts of the world the goals could not be achieved by the 2015 deadline under the prevailing employment and labour market condition. Against this backdrop ECOSOC decided to devote its 2006 High-Level Segment to employment. (...) This year's high-level segment again attracted many high-level participants. (...) A report of the Secretary-General on the themes of the high-level segment was jointly prepared by DESA and the ILO.
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Score: 960239.3 - https://www.un.org/en/ecosoc/m...tings/2006/hls2006/index.shtml
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Keeping pace with technological development and their impact on regulation 1 Center for Information and Communication Technologies Technical University of Denmark Keeping pace with technological developments and their impact on regulation Knud Erik Skouby Center for Information and Communication Technologies (CICT) http://www.cict.dtu.dk 2 Center for Information and Communication Technologies Technical University of Denmark Overview - Technology roadmaps Market research Benchmarking - Competence building - Involvement of Academia - Setting up of regulator-industry-stakeholder institutions 2 3 Center for Information and Communication Technologies Technical University of Denmark Technology Roadmaps Dramatic changes in technology have taken place since design of the liberal regulatory framework in the 90s – and is ongoing Criteria for detection of major technological trends: - Bandwidth/ capacity - Cost - Scalability - Flexibility - Mobility - Innovativeness 4 Center for Information and Communication Technologies Technical University of Denmark Technology Roadmaps:Major Technological trends XXXConvergence XXXNGAN XXXMobile XXXIP InnovativenessMobilityFlexibilityScalabilityCostBandwidth 3 5 Center for Information and Communication Technologies Technical University of Denmark Technology Roadmaps: Benchmarking vs LRAIC LRAIC has a tendecy to increase access ’costs’ for alternative operators above the regulated marketprice Benchmarking as check - Price development in other countries: level & trend - Prices in the national LRAIC-model compared with model results in other countries: level & trend - Price effct of introduction of LRAIC 6 Center for Information and Communication Technologies Technical University of Denmark Market research -EU Market surveys – Ex.: Denmark Market Real competition SMP Suppliers Retail 1. (...) Broadband access No TDC 13. Terminating segments of fixed circuits No TDC 14. Backbone segments of fixed circuits No TDC 15.
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Score: 960133.4 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/treg..._A_1_KeepingPAceNewtechnol.pdf
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As a consequence national market segmentation is a fully accepted principle in the protection of intellectual property rights. (...) In fact it is the political agenda of the Commission, the creation of the European single market, that leads the Commission to consider a per se violation of competition law the segmentation of national markets achieved by vertical agreements. (...) If a patent is granted under a national exhaustion regime, than the patent holder is confident to be able to segment national markets and to impede parallel trade.
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Score: 959753 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...resentations_e/31heimler_e.pdf
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As a consequence national market segmentation is a fully accepted principle in the protection of intellectual property rights. (...) In fact it is the political agenda of the Commission, the creation of the European single market, that leads the Commission to consider a per se violation of competition law the segmentation of national markets achieved by vertical agreements. (...) If a patent is granted under a national exhaustion regime, than the patent holder is confident to be able to segment national markets and to impede parallel trade.
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Score: 959753 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...resentations_e/31heimler_e.doc
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PowerPoint Presentation TOWARDS CLEAN, RENEWABLE AND EFFICIENT ENERGY USE BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA 2nd webinar on 24 February on Energy within UNDA project “Improved environmental monitoring and assessment in support of the 2030 Agenda in South-Eastern Europe, Central Asia and the Caucasus” Content 1 2 Most important recent achievements in country Development areas Urgent actions to be undertaken/processes to be started3 1 a SDG Indicator 7.1.2 - Proportion of population with primary reliance on clean fuels and technology b SDG Indicator 7.2.1- Renewable energy share in the total final energy consumption c SDG Indicator 7.3.1- Energy intensity measured in terms of primary energy and GDP Most important recent achievements in country FRAMEWORK ENERGY STRATEGY OF BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA UNTIL 2035 (FES) • FES is aimed at prioritising the key energy strategic guidelines of Bosnia and Herzegovina with clearly set objectives and implementation priorities to be reached in the years to come, • Also, strategic guidelines form for the application and withdrawal of the IPA and WBIF funds for the Bosnia and Herzegovina energy sector, • The overall life-cycle approach includes six elements: Diagnostics, Strategy, Development plan, Preparation, Implementation, Monitoring and evaluation, • electricity segment, the following topic are elaborated: European and regional trends, coal mine issues, market system organization…; oil segment - the research and exploitation process and import of oil and oil derivatives; gas segment, -an overview of the entire market structure, analysis of import activities; “energy trilemma” , through a prism of security of supply, price competitiveness and decarbonisation, i.e. clean and sustainable energy, elaborates the key energy segments and issues. 1 Most important recent achievements in country-continuous • FES- Energy efficiency Most important recent achievements in country-continuous • Key elements of long-term energy efficiency strategy The most important strategic documents in the field of energy efficiency and renewable energy sources in BiH • Energy Efficiency Action Plan of Bosnia and Herzegovina for the period 2016-2018 - adopted 2017 • Energy Efficiency Action Plan of Bosnia and Herzegovina for the period 2019- 2021.- adoption in the process • Draft of Integral Strategy for the Renovation of buildings in Bosnia and Herzegovina for the period until 2050 have been prepared • National Renewable Energy Action Plan – adopted 2016 • Activities for the transition to the market based support oriented incentive systems for the renewable energy are in ongoing • The Action plans for energy efficiency and renewable energy sources will be replaced by the NECP BIH.
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Score: 957775.8 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul...0UNDA_country%20experience.pdf
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Participants delivered presenta- tions on the sub-themes including: • Jobless growth; • Labour market and social protection; • Labour market changes during the tran- sition; • Growth and employment for inclusive development in Africa; and • The challenges and prospects of youth employment. (...) The theme on “how unique labour market changes were in economies in transi- tion” was introduced to the participants for the Europe region. (...) Participants also noted that the challenge on the issue of trade and access of developing countries to the markets was to address the sup- ply side of production constraints and take ad- vantage of the existing markets, rather than to focus solely on the agricultural markets.
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Score: 957501.2 - https://www.un.org/en/ecosoc/n...s/ecosoc.newsletter.v5nr.3.pdf
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At the same time, it is exactly the characteristics such as remoteness which places SIDS at an economic dis-advantage especially in terms of transport and communication and access to world markets. Many SIDS are often excluded from main air and sea transport routes, eroding economic competitiveness. (...) The discussions will focus on actions by all stakeholders to better tap into the opportunities for enhanced connectivity in SIDS including the role of governments and the private sector to introduce competition to overcome the challenges in SIDS markets. Key objectives: 1. Share country experiences and exchange of views on how improving connectivity for tourism can improve the tourism sector and complement the 2030 Agenda, the SDGs and the SAMOA Pathway. 2. (...) Structure of the session The session will be subdivided into two segments: • First Segment: Expert Panel Discussion (15:10 – 16:15) • Second Segment: Interactive Dialogue (16:15 – 16:45) Guidance for Speakers General progression of session: • All speakers will be introduced by the Moderator at the beginning of the session. • Speakers are asked to make 10-minute presentations. • Following the presentations, there will be an interactive dialogue with questions from the floor as directed by the Moderator. • The use of PowerPoint is encouraged. • Please email a copy of the presentation/speaking notes to the session focal point (below) by 20 May 2018 at the latest.
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Score: 957237 - https://www.un.org/ohrlls/site...g_connectivity_for_tourism.pdf
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Management of telecommunication networks is generally guided by a two-fold principle, namely: • Purchase of infrastructure through contracting in a market open to several companies, which is more effective than a monopoly in providing flexibility to gear services to customer demand. The market is subject to specific rules in order to ensure security of infrastructure and compatibility of services provided. - 3 - • Management of infrastructure as a "natural monopoly", facilitating economies of scale. (...) SAT 3 constitutes an opportunity for all the operators. 2 Trunk transmission infrastructures Since CAMTEL has a monopoly on trunk links, network operators will inform CAMTEL of residual capacities available on their networks, which CAMTEL will market. 3 Passive infrastructures The network operators undertake to foster sharing of all passive infrastructures with a view to improving telecommunication service coverage.
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Score: 956613 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/treg...s/gsr/GSR08/PDF/Cameroon_E.pdf
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Management of telecommunication networks is generally guided by a two-fold principle, namely: • Purchase of infrastructure through contracting in a market open to several companies, which is more effective than a monopoly in providing flexibility to gear services to customer demand. The market is subject to specific rules in order to ensure security of infrastructure and compatibility of services provided. - 3 - • Management of infrastructure as a "natural monopoly", facilitating economies of scale. (...) SAT 3 constitutes an opportunity for all the operators. 2 Trunk transmission infrastructures Since CAMTEL has a monopoly on trunk links, network operators will inform CAMTEL of residual capacities available on their networks, which CAMTEL will market. 3 Passive infrastructures The network operators undertake to foster sharing of all passive infrastructures with a view to improving telecommunication service coverage.
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Score: 956613 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/treg...s/GSR/GSR08/PDF/Cameroon_E.pdf
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Score: 956187.1 - https://www.uneca.org/node/284
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