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Shabani’s house where they retrieved the remaining nails and thereafter went to a local market they bought cement and the timber and returned it to MONUSCO. 8. (...) They then went to the market, bought cement and wood. When they returned from the market with the materials and reported to Rajabu, Rajabu called Monsi and showed him the materials. (...) Thus, the Applicant had to go back to the black market to buy the materials. 52. The Applicant was not stressed when giving his statement.
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Score: 788633.15 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2019-001.pdf
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In contrast to international staff whose pay scale is determined directly by the International Civil Service Commission (ICSC) based on the prevailing conditions in the international labour market, the LSSC follows guidelines issued by the ICSC using local market conditions as their benchmark. 10. (...) Salaries for locally recruited staff are established through labour market surveys of the employers presumed to be the best in the locality. (...) In the Special Measure provisions in part III of the Manual, paragraphs 8.23 to 8.32 deals with the family expenditure survey in response to civil unrest and the breakdown of the labour market. This type of survey is envisioned to take place in circumstances of warfare where the labour market activity ceases and where staff is in difficult and hostile conditions.
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Score: 733246.8 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2013-096.pdf
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To understand how you can use the market analysis tools to research export markets, watch our free training videos demonstrating various features of the tools. (...) Data and Research Click here  to start using ITC’s Market Analysis Tools. Advisory Services ITC provides a range of services to help exporters obtain maximum benefit from using the market anlaysis tools. (...) Longer programmes provide training in applying a market research methodology that includes the use of ITC’s market analysis tools as well as other trade intelligence sources and various modes of trade information gathering.
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Score: 732489.26 - https://www.intracen.org/itc/e...rs/researching-export-markets/
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pres_ws_jachia Workshop on Workshop on "Practical Application "Practical Application of of Risk Assessment Risk Assessment and Management Toolsand Management Tools”” Working Party on Regulatory CooperationWorking Party on Regulatory Cooperation and Standardization Policiesand Standardization Policies (WP. 6)(WP. 6) Workshop on Workshop on "Practical Application "Practical Application of of Risk Assessment Risk Assessment and Management Toolsand Management Tools”” Overview of PresentationOverview of Presentation UNECE Working Party on Regulatory Cooperation and Standardization Policies (WP.6) WP. 6 goals and areas of work – Sectoral initiatives – Market Surveillance Relation to risk assessment and management Workshop on Workshop on "Practical Application "Practical Application of of Risk Assessment Risk Assessment and Management Toolsand Management Tools”” United Nations United Nations EconomicEconomic Commission for EuropeCommission for Europe Workshop on Workshop on "Practical Application "Practical Application of of Risk Assessment Risk Assessment and Management Toolsand Management Tools”” UN Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE)UN Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE) Security Council General Assembly International Court of Justice Economic and Social Council Trusteeship Council Secretariat FUNCTIONAL COMMISSIONS: - Human rights - Narcotic drugs - Crime prevention and criminal justice - Sustainable development - Etc….. (...) Workshop on Workshop on "Practical Application "Practical Application of of Risk Assessment Risk Assessment and Management Toolsand Management Tools”” Commission for Commission for ……EUROPE?EUROPE? (...) Develop simple, transparent and effective processes for global commerce (including related B2B, G2B and G2G) Innovative technical standards Recommendations: Single Window, National Trade Facilitation Bodies (PRO committees), Data Rationalization and Standardization for International Trade Actively promoting recommendations through capacity building Workshop on Workshop on "Practical Application "Practical Application of of Risk Assessment Risk Assessment and Management Toolsand Management Tools”” UNECE Working Party 6UNECE Working Party 6 Standardization Technical regulations Conformity assessment Accreditation Market surveillance (MS) Metrology Workshop on Workshop on "Practical Application "Practical Application of of Risk Assessment Risk Assessment and Management Toolsand Management Tools”” Forum for dialogue Open to all UN Member States Business associations, standards-setting organizations, certification bodies, test houses, civil society, consumer organizations and private companies Broad mandate Promotion of good governance -- risk assessment is at the very basis of this idea UNECE Working Party on Regulatory Cooperation and Standardization Policies (WP.6) Workshop on Workshop on "Practical Application "Practical Application of of Risk Assessment Risk Assessment and Management Toolsand Management Tools”” PRODUCT LIFE-CYCLE REGULATORY DIALOGUE Product design Harmonization of regulations Production Distribution Conformity assessment Market surveilance Workshop on Workshop on "Practical Application "Practical Application of of Risk Assessment Risk Assessment and Management Toolsand Management Tools”” Increasing safety for workers, consumers’ health and protection of the environment Lowering barriers to trade Increasing cooperation among policy makers and enforcement authorities Sectoral Initiatives: Goals Workshop on Workshop on "Practical Application "Practical Application of of Risk Assessment Risk Assessment and Management Toolsand Management Tools”” Sectoral Initiatives: the Sectoral Initiatives: the CROsCROs Sectoral initiatives are based on Recommendation L approved by the Working Party in 2000 Sectoral initiatives set out to develop and implement CROs (common regulatory objectives) CROs define: – the requirements for equipments/products placed on the market or used in the workplace - with reference to international standards – how compliance with requirements will be assessed – which conformity assessment bodies will recognized as competent to establish compliance CROs can be used as a model for legislation or to align existing legislation Workshop on Workshop on "Practical Application "Practical Application of of Risk Assessment Risk Assessment and Management Toolsand Management Tools”” Sectoral Initiatives underwaySectoral Initiatives underway • Telecoms Equipment • Earth Moving Equipment • Equipment for Environments with Explosive Atmospheres • Safety of pipelines Workshop on Workshop on "Practical Application "Practical Application of of Risk Assessment Risk Assessment and Management Toolsand Management Tools”” Proliferation of unsafe, counterfeit, pirated products, serious health and safety problems Borders are porous and no country can win alone Countries do not have resources to tackle this problem No common understanding – no agreed best practice Not enough exchange of information regarding dangerous and substandard products FactsFacts about about MarketMarket SurveillanceSurveillance Workshop on Workshop on "Practical Application "Practical Application of of Risk Assessment Risk Assessment and Management Toolsand Management Tools”” WP.6 Work on MSWP.6 Work on MS 1999: UN General Assembly: Guidelines for Consumer Protection 2003: Advisory Group on Market Surveillance «MARS» Group 2002-2005-2007: 3 MS Forums 2007: Recommendation M Workshop on Workshop on "Practical Application "Practical Application of of Risk Assessment Risk Assessment and Management Toolsand Management Tools”” Current work of WP.6 in Market Current work of WP.6 in Market SurveillanceSurveillance Common definitions of terms (counterfeit, market surveillance, risk, etc) General Market Surveillance Procedure (GMSP) that will guide decisions by market surveillance authorities from planning inspections to product recall Workshop on Workshop on "Practical Application "Practical Application of of Risk Assessment Risk Assessment and Management Toolsand Management Tools”” Risk Assessment & Management Risk Assessment & Management in WP. 6in WP. 6 Regulatory cooperation: to choose whether to regulate & among alternative regulatory tools Conformity assessment: choice of options Market surveillance: Planning of inspections, decisions on communication Workshop on Workshop on "Practical Application "Practical Application of of Risk Assessment Risk Assessment and Management Toolsand Management Tools”” For more information:For more information: Ms.
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Score: 727341.9 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...ersBio/PPTs/pres_ws_jachia.pdf
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A tool to calculate weighted average values that can be shared with other stakeholders;      d. A tool to proceed with clientele segmentation with regard to consumption 1 ;      e. (...) Furnish to National Regulatory Authorities:   A tool to consolidate national data on each service; Weighted average tariffs, taxes and rate at country level; A tool to analyze national markets trends and ratios (Global trend, competitors trends, comparison with countries, sub-regions, regions); A tool to calculate competition market shares and evaluate repartition of market power; A tool to assess the implementation of universal service policies; A tool to verify Price Caps; A tool to evaluate operator revenues.
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Score: 726068.6 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/treg...ects/itu-ec/Senegal/index.html
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Data and Research Click here to start using ITC’s Market Analysis Tools. Advisory Services ITC provides a range of services to help trade support institutions and their clients obtain maximum benefit from using the market anlaysis tools. (...) Longer programmes provide training in applying a market research methodology that includes the use of ITC’s market analysis tools as well as other trade intelligence sources and various modes of trade information gathering. (...) Projects ITC delivers over 40 workshops annually in market analysis and research tools and methods, in all regions of the world.
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Score: 726055.86 - https://www.intracen.org/itc/trade-support/market-analysis/
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Before using the tool, all relevant input parameter values need to be inserted into the relevant worksheets of the tool. (...) For separate calculations, the appropriate market setting parameters in the worksheet “Market-Setting” need to be changed. 3 Sensitivities related to the application of the methodology The tool consists of two parts: – a framework for the input parameters (market, service category, radio and other parameters) used in the methodology which are based on the year 2020; – the methodology itself (the validity of which is not limited in time). (...) It should be noted that these four steps are not conducted in the tool; however, market attribute values to be used in the tool need to be prepared based on this analysis.
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Score: 725678.03 - https://www.itu.int/dms_pub/it...0a/06/R0A060000580001MSWE.docx
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The tool is linked to the FPMA database, which includes monthly and weekly retail and/or wholesale prices for several food commodities in selected markets of each country. (...) The tool is linked to existing data collection systems and allows national and international stakeholders to easily monitor, analyze and disseminate price information for a wide range of commodities in markets of their choice with daily or monthly frequency. The country level versions of the price tool contain a broader selection of commodities and markets than what is available in the global level Tool.
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Score: 723362.9 - https://www.fao.org/giews/food-prices/price-tool/en/
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Ganbold did not conduct any market research or considered other potential suppliers before awarding and signing the contract. (...) Ganbold herself does not claim that she undertook any market research. Mr. B. testified before the UNDT that the only time he had conducted market research was in 2006 when the garage was rented by UNFPA for the first time. 39. (...) We add that the rent for the garage and storage facilities increased considerably during the following years but no further market research had been undertaken by either Ms.
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Score: 719971.83 - www.un.org/en/internalj...at/judgments/2019-UNAT-976.pdf
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Session 5.2- 7 Service matrix forecasting Market segments An incumbent operator is leasing transport capacity to other operators In addition the incumbent offers transport capacity to the residential and the business market Subscriber penetration forecasts for different mobile systems Evolving infrastructures to NGN and related Planning Strategies and Tools – I.S. (...) Session 5.2- 14 Traffic matrix forecasting Traffic from the residential market The residential market generates different type of traffic: Voice traffic, Dialled Internet traffic, ADSL traffic, VDSL/LMDS traffic Market share evolution of ADSL, VDSL, FWBB (Fixed wireless broadband) and HFC/cable modem for West European countries Broadband penetration forecasts for the residential market 8 Evolving infrastructures to NGN and related Planning Strategies and Tools – I.S. (...) The capacity demand depends on type of services offered and the market share to the operators. Traffic volume Vm(t) for mobile operators is: Traffic generated by other operators i = 1 (2G), 2 ( 2.5G), 3 (3G), 4 (3.5G) Nt is number of persons in year t If VO(t) is busy hour traffic forecasts for the other operators, total traffic V(t) is : Evolving infrastructures to NGN and related Planning Strategies and Tools – I.S.
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Score: 719466.75 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/tech...de-05/Day%203/Belgrade_5_2.PDF
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