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It is estimated that 70% of energy consumption in industry is by electric motor-driven systems 90% of which use 3-phase squirrel cage asynchronous motors. (...) The proposed project aims to achieve a market transformation through accelerated application of new EE motors and replacement of existing electric motor stock. (...) Turkey will undergo a market transformation through the application of new energy efficient motors and replacement of existing old and inefficient electric motor stocks. 40% of inefficient motors will be replaced by efficient motors.
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Score: 991216.5 - https://www.undp.org/turkiye/p...-sized-enterprises-smes-turkey
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The Bureau shall provide its member insurers with certificates of insurance, the “International Motor Insurance Certificate Card” (also known as the “Green Card”), valid for one or more countries, or authorize its member insurers to print provide their International Motor Insurance own Ccertificates to their insureds for issue by them to their insurers in respect of any motor vehicles insured by them against third party risks. (...) In each country the Government of which has adopted this Recommendation, Green Cards established in conformity with any of the models referred to in paragraph 3 above International Motor Insurance Certificates shall be accepted, without any formality or cost, as evidence of insurance complying with the compulsory third party motor insurance law of that country as regards vehicles in respect of which such Green Cards International Motor Insurance Certificates have been issued. 12 13. (...) Governments of other countries in which compulsory third party motor insurance law is in force and who intend to adopt this Recommendation shall notify the Secretariat of the Working Party that: • the authorized motor insurers have established, or intend to establish, a Green Card Bureau with the authority to issue Green Cards International Motor Insurance Certificates to their insureds travelling abroad. • the Green Card Bureau is, or will be, equipped to handle third party claims covered by the Green Cards International Motor Insurance Certificates of visiting motorists. • the Green Card Bureau has the means to fulfil its financial obligations. • they will accept Green Cards International Motor Insurance Certificates as evidence that visiting motorists are insured to the extent required by the compulsory third party motor insurance law in that country. 16 17.
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Score: 986651.1 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul...ECE-TRANS-SC1-2021-4e%20_1.pdf
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The Bureau shall provide its member insurers with certificates of insurance, the “International Motor Insurance Certificate Card” (also known as the “Green Card”), valid for one or more countries, or authorize its member insurers to print provide their International Motor Insurance own Ccertificates to their insureds for issue by them to their insurers in respect of any motor vehicles insured by them against third party risks. (...) In each country the Government of which has adopted this Recommendation, Green Cards established in conformity with any of the models referred to in paragraph 3 above International Motor Insurance Certificates shall be accepted, without any formality or cost, as evidence of insurance complying with the compulsory third party motor insurance law of that country as regards vehicles in respect of which such Green Cards International Motor Insurance Certificates have been issued. 12. (...) Governments of other countries in which compulsory third party motor insurance law is in force and who intend to adopt this Recommendation shall notify the Secretariat of the Working Party that: • the authorized motor insurers have established, or intend to establish, a Green Card Bureau with the authority to issue Green Cards International Motor Insurance Certificates to their insureds travelling abroad. • the Green Card Bureau is, or will be, equipped to handle third party claims covered by the Green Cards International Motor Insurance Certificates of visiting motorists. • the Green Card Bureau has the means to fulfil its financial obligations. • they will accept Green Cards International Motor Insurance Certificates as evidence that visiting motorists are insured to the extent required by the compulsory third party motor insurance law in that country. 16.
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Score: 986216.5 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul...2-07/ECE-TRANS-SC1-2022-1e.pdf
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The Future Networked Car Symposia Committed to connecting the world Search for: ITU About ITU Media Centre Events Publications Statistics Areas of Action Regional Presence Careers General Secretariat Radiocommunication Standardization Development ITU Telecom Members' Zone Join ITU The Future Networked Car Symposia Rollup Image You are here ITU > Home > The Future Networked Car Share Page Content 20 The Symposium on the Future Networked Car​ (FNC-2022) new Fully virtual, 22-25 March 2022 The Symposium on the Future Networked Car​ (FNC-2021) ​ Fully virtual, 22-25 March 2021 ​ The Symposium on the Future Networked Car (FNC-2020) Geneva Motor Show, 5 March 2020 ​ The Symposium on the Future Networked Car  (FNC-2019) Geneva Motor Show, 7 March 2019 The Symposium on the Future Networked Car   (FNC-2018) Geneva Motor Show, 8 March 2018 The Symposium on The Future Networked Car ​ (FNC-2017) Geneva Motor Show, 9 March 2017 The Symposium on The Future Networked Car ​ (FNC-2016)  Geneva Motor Show, 3 March 2016 The Symposium on The Future Networked Car   (FNC-2015)   Geneva Motor Show, 5 March 2015 The Symposium on The Future Networked Car   (FNC-2014)   Geneva Motor Show, 5-6 March 2014 The Fully Networked Car Workshop   (FNC-2013)   Geneva Motor Show, 6 March 2013 The Fully Networked Car Workshop   (FNC-2012)   Geneva Motor Show, 7-8 March 2012 The Fully Networked Car Workshop    (FNC-2011)   Geneva Motor Show, 2-3 March 2011 The Fully Networked Car Workshop    (FNC-2010)   Geneva Motor Show, 3-4 March 2010 The Fully Networked Car Workshop (FNC-2009)   Geneva Motor Show, 4-5 March 2009 The Fully Networked Car Workshop   (FNC-2008)       Geneva Motor Show, 5-​7 March 2008 The Fully Networked Car Workshop   (FNC-2007)   Geneva Motor Show, 7-9 March 2007 The Fully Networked Car Workshop on   (FNC-2005)   Geneva Motor Show, 2-4 March 2005 Workshop on Standardization in Telecommunication for motor vehicles ITU, 24-25 November 2003​​ ​ Page Content 9 Page Content 10 Page Content 18 Page Content 19 Page Content 6 Page Content 7 Page Content 11 Page Content 12 Page Content 2 Page Content 3 Page Content 4 Page Content 5 Page Content 13 Page Content 14 Page Content 15 Page Content 16 Follow us Twitter Facebook YouTube Flickr Linkedin Instagram Soundcloud Podcasts Spotify Spreaker TikTok © ITU All Rights Reserved Contact us Privacy notice Accessibility Report misconduct Back to top
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Score: 984753.3 - https://www.itu.int/en/fnc/Pages/default.aspx
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This is to include, but is not necessarily limited to motors, shades/blinds, motor controllers, integration with planned BAS/BMS2, power and control cabling. (...) Motors must have embedded microprocessor-based controller and onboard serial communications port. o DC Low Voltage Motors: DC Low Voltage Motor (not battery operated). (...) Motor Controllers: • Motor controller units should communicate with (to fetch the status data from the motors) and control multiple motors and should also connect to the main control bus of the BAS/BMS. • Motor controller units should have a fail-safe firmware backup to ensure ongoing operation after low level failure.
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Score: 984276.3 - https://www.unhcr.org/jo/wp-co...A-Terms-of-Reference-Final.pdf
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Microsoft Word - 450gtk99 ORDER OF THE STATE CUSTOMS COMMITTEE OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION NO. 450 OF JULY 17, 1999 ON THE SPECIAL ASPECTS OF THE CONTROL OF THE CUSTOMS VALUE OF MOTOR CARS For the purpose of streamlining the customs clearance of motor cars and on the basis of Articles 174, 180-182 of the Customs Code I order: 1. (...) The procedure of distributing the powers of control over the customs value of motor cars approved by the State Customs Committee of Russia shall not be extended to the motor cars whose customs clearance is carried out in accordance with the Instructions. 3. (...) Imported motor cars shall be the cars which are sold by the manufacturer for the first time. 2.
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Score: 974982.1 - https://www.wto.org/english/th.../rus_e/WTACCRUS33A1_LEG_57.pdf
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The measures grant to certain manufacturers of motor vehicles (the "beneficiaries") a tariff exemption (the "tariff exemption") for importing motor vehicles duty-free into Canada. The granting of that exemption is subject to two types of conditions: (1) the beneficiary's local production of motor vehicles and parts and components therefor must achieve a certain level of Canadian Value Added (the "CVA requirement"); and (2) the value of the beneficiary's sales of motor vehicles in Canada must keep a certain proportion with the value of its local production of motor vehicles of the same category (the "Ratio requirement"). (...) Therefore, the Ratio requirement affords less favourable treatment to imported motor vehicles with respect to their internal sale in Canada than to like domestic motor vehicles, thereby infringing GATT Article III:4; - the tariff exemption is inconsistent with GATT Article I:1 because it provides an advantage to imports of motor vehicles originating in the United States and Mexico; - both the CVA requirement and the Ratio requirement are "investment measures" and "trade-related measures" within the meaning of the TRIMs Agreement.
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Score: 974145.1 - https://www.wto.org/english/news_e/news99_e/142_2.htm
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Pe te rs bu rg N ov os ib irs k N iz hn y N ov go ro d Ek at er in bu rg Sa m ar a R os to v- on - D on Vo lg og ra d Pe rm K ra sn oy ar sk Sa ra to v Vl ad iv os to k C ar s pe r 1 00 0 ci tiz en s 2004 2006 Urban motorization levels in RussiaUrban motorization levels in Russia Motor fleet structure by age in CIS countries (cars),%Motor fleet structure by age in CIS countries (cars),% 0-5 6-10 11-15 16-20 > 20 Uzbekistan 11.0 13.0 22.0 26.0 28.0 Russia 21.6 27.7 50.7 Turkmenistan n/d n/d n/d n/d n/d Moldova 8.9 10.8 25.8 27.5 27.0 Kazakhstan n/d n/d n/d n/d n/d Kyrgyzstan (all motor vehicles) 1.6 6.3 21.4 70.7 Georgia 4.4 12.2 26.3 24.6 32.5 Azerbaijan 15.8 26.2 58.0 Armenia n/d n/d n/d n/d n/d Country Age n/d - no data Motor fleet structure by age in CIS countries Motor fleet structure by age in CIS countries (buses),%(buses),% 0-5 6-10 11-15 16-20 > 20 Uzbekistan 11.0 13.0 22.0 26.0 28.0 Russia 26.2 26.8 47.0 Turkmenistan n/d n/d n/d n/d n/d Moldova 2.8 9.0 25.9 37.1 25.2 Kazakhstan n/d n/d n/d n/d n/d Kyrgyzstan (all motor vehicles) 1.6 6.3 21.4 70.7 Georgia 2.3 1.2 38.4 36.0 22.1 Azerbaijan 11.8 20.0 68.2 Armenia n/d n/d n/d n/d n/d Country Age n/d - no data Motor fleet structure by age in CIS countries Motor fleet structure by age in CIS countries (trucks and light duty),%(trucks and light duty),% 0-5 6-10 11-15 16-20 > 20 Uzbekistan 2.1 7.6 26.3 64.0 Russia 14.0 23.5 62.5 Turkmenistan n/d n/d n/d n/d n/d Moldova 3.8 18.1 22.1 29.7 26.3 Kazakhstan n/d n/d n/d n/d n/d Kyrgyzstan (all motor vehicles) 1.6 6.3 21.4 70.7 Georgia 2.2 9.2 18.1 43.3 27.2 Azerbaijan 7.7 15.3 77.0 Armenia n/d n/d n/d n/d n/d Country Age n/d - no data Age structure of the Russian car fleetAge structure of the Russian car fleet 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 <5 years 5 to 10 years >10 years Motor vehicle production in the CISMotor vehicle production in the CIS Country Production in 2007 Plans for 2008 Production capacities to be introduced in 2009-2010 Brand Russia 1169904 1478280 (+26,3%) 820 000 Lada, Chevrolet, GAZ, VAZ, KIA, VW, Ford, Skoda, Opel, Toyota, Renault, Fiat, Hyndai, Ssang Yong, Great Wall, Geely, FAW, Chery Ukraine 386070 518600 (+34,3%) ZAZ, Daewoo, Lada, Opel, Chery, Chevrolet, KIA, Hyndai, Great Wall, VW, Skoda, Seat Belarus 232 2000 (8,6 times) Iran Knodro Uzbekistan 170 000 200 000 (+17,6%) 30 000 Daewoo Kazakhstan 6311 8500 (+34,7%) Lada, Skoda, Chevrolet Azerbaijan n/d n/d Total: 1732517 2207380 (+27,4%) 850 000 n/d - no data Motor vehicle industry in CIS countriesMotor vehicle industry in CIS countries Environmental, healthEnvironmental, health--related and economical related and economical impacts of fuel qualityimpacts of fuel quality Fuel quality (S, Pb, Mn, Fe, RVP, T5O …) Efficiency of the engine and emission reduction systems Additional costs of engine and emissions reduction systems maintenance Negative environmental and health effects S, S, MnMn. (...) Fe, Pb, PVP, T50…… S, Pb, S, Pb, MnMn, RVP, RVP CO, CH, NOCO, CH, NO33, RVP, RVP Some problems which define negative Some problems which define negative environmental and health impacts of motor environmental and health impacts of motor transport in CIS countriestransport in CIS countries - Inconsistence between motor fleet growth and development of road infrastructure, resulting in traffic congestion; - Shortcomings in traffic engineering and control, lack of parking policy in cities; - Lack of public transport financing, insufficient quality of its services; - Insufficient rate of vehicle fleet renewal and suboptimal structure of the fleet (mainly concerns truck and bus fleet); - Insufficient quality of produced and retailed motor fuels, lack of system of “assured provision” of consumers with the appropriate fuel; - Insufficient use of alternative fuels. (...) Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) Overview of the CIS states Dynamics of the main motor transport activity parameters in Russian Federation Russian vehicle fleet dynamics Urban motorization levels in Russia Motor fleet structure by age in CIS countries (cars),% Motor fleet structure by age in CIS countries (buses),% Motor fleet structure by age in CIS countries (trucks and light duty),% Age structure of the Russian car fleet Motor vehicle production in the CIS Some problems which define negative environmental and health impacts of motor transport in CIS countries Pollutant emissions from Russian motor vehicle fleet (2006) Dynamics of pollutant emissions by the Russian motor vehicle fleet Improvement of vehicle fleets’ environmental performance across CIS Improvement of vehicle fleets’ environmental performance across CIS Improvement of vehicle fleets’ environmental performance across CIS CIS countries where the use of leaded petrol is still not prohibited Schedule of introduction of environmental requirements to motor vehicles and fuels in Russia Schedule of introduction of environmental requirements to motor vehicles and fuels in Russia Russian car fleet structure by environmental class Russian truck fleet structure by environmental class Russian bus fleet structure by environmental class (2006) Fuel specifications in CIS countries Main environmental parameters of motor fuel in Russia Structure of petrol production in Russia, % Structure of Russian diesel fuel production (by sulfur content, %*) Structure of Russian diesel fuel production by sulfur content Euro IV diesel fuel retail by Lukoil “ECTO” petrol retail by Lukoil Use of CNG as a motor fuel in CIS countries Production of bio-fuels in CIS countries Recommendations of the Conference on Cleaner Fuels and Vehicles for Eastern Europe, Caucasus and Central Asia Steps recommended by the Conference on Cleaner Fuels and Vehicles Thanks for your attention!
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Score: 972680.4 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...au/Presentations/donchenko.pdf
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Under the Measures, only a limited number of manufacturers ("the Manufacturers") are eligible to import motor vehicles into Canada duty-free (i.e. free of the otherwise applicable most-favoured-nation duty) and then distribute the motor vehicles in Canada at the wholesale and retail distribution levels. (...) Legal Basis of the Complaint The Government of Japan considers that the Measures are inconsistent with the obligations of the Government of Canada under the WTO Agreement, and the benefit accruing to Japan directly or indirectly thereunder is being nullified or impaired. (1) Under the Measures, only the Manufacturers are eligible to import motor vehicles duty-free. - With respect to customs duties imposed on motor vehicles by Canada, the advantage, i.e., removal of customs duties, is granted only to the motor vehicles imported by the Manufacturers, and, in practice, only to the motor vehicles originating in certain Members, thus being inconsistent with Article I:1 of GATT, which sets out that any advantage, favour, privilege or immunity granted by any Member to any product originating in or destined for any other country shall be accorded immediately and unconditionally to the like product originating ... in all other Members. - The Measures also affect distribution services of motor vehicles by allowing service suppliers of certain members to import motor vehicles duty-free, and thus constitute "the measures affecting trade in services" within the meaning of Article I of GATS. (...) This requirement is thus inconsistent with Article III:4 of GATT as well as Article 2 of the TRIMs Agreement. - When a Manufacturer imports motor vehicles beyond a level set by the Measures relative to a certain proportion of the sales value of motor vehicles it produced in Canada, the Manufacturer must export the motor vehicles it produced in Canada in order to import motor vehicles duty-free.
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Score: 970547.2 - https://www.wto.org/english/news_e/news99_e/139_2.htm
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Motor Oil - Hellas - Corinth Refineries S.A. | UN Global Compact All Participants Search Who We Are The SDGs Participation Take Action Engage Locally Explore Our Library About News Sign In Contact Us 14,000 companies + 4,000 non-businesses In this section What is the UN Global Compact Our Mission Our Work Our Participants UN Global Compact Strategy 2021–2023 Company Information Company Motor Oil - Hellas - Corinth Refineries S.A. www.moh.gr Share Profile Twitter Facebook LinkedIn Google+ Type: Company Country: Greece Sector: Oil & Gas Producers Ownership: Privately Held Global Compact Status: Active Participant Since 07 April 2008 Engagements Call to Action: Anti-Corruption and the Post-2015 Development Agenda Principles and Global Goals Addressed in their most recent CoP Next Communication on Progress (CoP) due on: 2023-10-06 Human Rights Labour Environment Anti-Corruption Goal 1 Goal 2 Goal 3 Goal 4 Goal 5 Goal 6 Goal 7 Goal 8 Goal 9 Goal 10 Goal 11 Goal 12 Goal 13 Goal 14 Goal 15 Goal 16 Goal 17 Communication On Progress Published On Title Level 2022-10-06 Communication on Progress MOH2021 Active 2021-10-06 Communication on Progress Active 01-Jul-2021 Grace Letter N/A 2020-07-08 Communication on Progress 2019 MOTOR OIL Active 2019-07-03 Communication on Progress 2018 MOTOR OIL Active 2018-07-03 Communication on Progress 2017 MOTOR OIL Active 2017-07-03 Communication on Progress 2016 MOTOR OIL Active 2016-06-24 Communication on Progress 2015 MOTOR OIL Active 2015-06-26 Communication on Progress 2014 MOTOR OIL Active 2014-06-27 Communication on Progress 2013 Motor Oil Active 2013-07-03 Communication on Progress 2012 Motor Oil Active 2012-07-12 Communication on Progress 2011 Motor Oil Active 2011-07-27 2011 Communication on Progress Active 2010-07-27 2010 Communication on Progress N/A 2009-08-05 Environmental and Social Report 2008 N/A Note: Responsibility for the content of participants' public communication related to the Ten Principles of the UN Global Compact and their implementation lies with participants themselves and not with the UN Global Compact.
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Score: 968599.2 - https://www.unglobalcompact.org/what-is-gc/participants/6698
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