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“REGISTERED” ANNEX I “REGISTERED” “RATIFIED” in the Ministry of Justice by the Board of the Republic of Tajikistan National Bank of Tajikistan # 95, July 31 2003 #51, September 16, 1997 REGULATION ON PROCEDURE OF CARRYING CURRENCY TRANSACTIONS RELATED TO CAPITAL MOVEMENT Present Regulation is developed in accordance with Article 36 of the Law of the Republic of Tajikistan on National Bank of Tajikistan, Articles 6(2), 9(d) of the Law of the Republic of Tajikistan on Monetary Regulation and Monetary Control and determines the procedures of carrying currency transactions related to capital movement by the residents of the Republic of Tajikistan. (...) Appendix 1 REPORT #7-DK On conducting monetary transactions related to capital movement_________________ (authorized bank of the Republic of Tajikistan ) For__________months 200____. (in Somoni by discount rate on the date of preparing report) # Resident, implementing monetary transaction related to capital movement (full name, address, telephone) Counteragent (partner) with whom transaction is conducted (country, full title and telephone) Amount, title and content of transaction Base of conducting transaction (date and requisites of authorizing or identical document) Date and requisites of actual implementation of transaction (transfer of resources) Head of authorize bank ____________ Head of Monetary Division (Department) of authorized bank___________ Executive: Name Family names Tel.No
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Score: 1728005.7 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...e/tjk_e/WTACCTJK11A1_LEG_5.pdf
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Distribute novel digital tokens (cryptocurrencies) - Limit supply & achieve high market value - But is this the monetary policy that we want? 2. Secure transactions between any two parties in the world - Atomically transact with parties who don’t know each other - Bootstrap markets & eliminate inefficiencies • CBDCs hold the promise of #2 without the need for #1 3 / 4 What blockchain really gives us 1. Distribute novel digital tokens (cryptocurrencies) - Limit supply & achieve high market value - But is this the monetary policy that we want? 2. Secure transactions between any two parties in the world - Atomically transact with parties who don’t know each other - Bootstrap markets & eliminate inefficiencies • CBDCs hold the promise of #2 without the need for #1 3 / 4 Why standardsmatter • Interoperability preserves self-sovereignmonetary policy - Seamless cross-CBDC transactions increases utility of currency • Standards facilitate central bank innovation - Ensure continued backward compatibility • Good standards will avoid bottlenecking innovation - Allow third-party systems and blockchains to transact in CBDC • Stanford FDCI works on interoperability research challenges - Liquidity across assets, fair markets in digital assets, credit networks, communication protocols robust to sabotage, . . . 4 / 4
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Score: 1575760.9 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/W...5/Documents/David_Mazieres.pdf
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Non-cash generating assets Non-cash generating assets are assets other than cash-generating assets. Non-exchange transactions Non-exchange transactions are transactions that are not exchange transactions. In a non-exchange transaction, an entity either receives value from another entity without directly giving approximately equal value in exchange, or gives value to another entity without directly receiving approximately equal value in exchange. Non-monetary items Non-monetary items are items that are not monetary items.
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Score: 1567229.7 - https://umoja.un.org/glossary/letter_n
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Opening of current and other accounts and through them making transactions in foreign currency by legal entities - residents abroad are monetary transactions, related to capital movement and implemented with permission of the National Bank of Tajikistan in the following cases: 1.1. (...) Application demonstrating the necessity of opening accounts with indication of specifics of monetary transactions of residents that prevent their realization through authorized banks of the Republic of Tajikistan; 4.2. (...) Purchase of foreign currency in the domestic monetary market of the Republic of Tajikistan. - 05.
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Score: 1564947.9 - https://www.wto.org/english/th.../tjk_e/WTACCTJK13A1_LEG_15.pdf
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Payment system infrastructures determine the efficiency, safety, and effectiveness with which transaction money is used in the economy, and the risks associated with its use. (...) Payment systems are designed specifically to transfer monetary assets in order to complete transactions originating in all segments of the financial system, as well as in the markets for goods and services. (...) Moreover, because all segments of the economic and financial system link to the payment system, in order to complete the money transfer leg of all the transactions they originate, major failures in one part of the system to complete the money leg of the effected transactions can feed through the payment system – along connectivity channels, interoperable payment platforms, interrelated institutions, and interlinked financial contracts – and disrupt liquidity transfer within the overall economy. 28     33     34     35     36     37     38     39     40     41     42     43          
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Score: 1537207.4 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica...y/files/basic-html/page38.html
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Transactions and Transfers 2.1.Transactions among residents and non-residents Article 3 Transactions among residents and non-residents shall be free unless otherwise stipulated by this Law. 2.2. Transactions among residents Article 4 5 Residents may conclude transactions among each other in foreign means of payment, as well as transactions, subject of which is foreign means of payment, solely under the conditions and methods prescribed by this Law. (...) Reporting on Credit Transactions Article 42 Residents must report on all credit transactions with non-residents.
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Score: 1511463.2 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...c_e/mkd_e/WTACCMKD20_LEG_4.pdf
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Keywords: international reserves; cryptocurrencies; fixed exchange rate JEL Classifications: F3; E4; E5 4 1 Introduction International reserves are external assets held by the monetary authorities for conducting international transactions, intervention in foreign currency market as well as maintaining confidence in the exchange rate (IMF, 2013). (...) Network users, known as miners, gather blocks of transactions together and vie to verify them. In return, these users receive a new supply of the currency as well as any transaction fees. (...) Washington, DC: International Monetary Fund.
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Score: 1504128.5 - https://www.cepal.org/sites/de...yptocurrencies_be_included.pdf
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Broadening Narrow Money: Monetary Policy With a Central Bank Digital Currency. (...) General Recommendations 8 3. Monetary Policy Implications 9 1. New Universal Public Instrument 9 2. (...) DFC ecosystem could potentially preserve the records of transactions for an indefinite period. The primary transaction data and metadata can be used for enhanced procedural and financial auditing.
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Score: 1498775.8 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/f...Bank%20Digital%20Currency.docx
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They include payment systems as defined above, payment technologies and schemes, and all arrangements that facilitate the execution, clearing, settlement, and recording of monetary and other financial transactions, such as payments, funds transfers, securities, and derivatives contracts (including for commodities). 3. (...) Generally understood as the property of products or systems to work with other products or systems without friction, when referred to retail payments, interoperability enables users to make electronic payment transactions with any other user in a convenient, affordable, fast, seamless, and secure way, possibly via a single transaction account. (...) All deposit accounts held with banks and other authorized deposit-taking financial institutions, referred to as “deposit transaction accounts”, that can be used for making and receiving payments qualify as transaction accounts.
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Score: 1496673.1 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica...y/files/basic-html/page36.html
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FG-DFC WG I Input Document; Hutabarat, A., 2018a. “Monetary Policy Implications of Digital Fiat Currency”. (...) Broadening Narrow Money: Monetary Policy With a Central Bank Digital Currency. (...) DFC ecosystem could potentially preserve the records of transactions for an indefinite period. The primary transaction data and metadata can be used for enhanced procedural and financial auditing.
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Score: 1486037.4 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/f...0Bank%20Digital%20Currency.pdf
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