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If a Member undertakes a market-access commitment in relation to the supply of a service through the mode of supply referred to in subparagraph 2(c) of Article I, it is thereby committed to allow related transfers of capital into its territory. 2. In sectors where market-access commitments are undertaken, the measures which a Member shall not maintain or adopt either on the basis of a regional subdivision or on the basis of its entire territory, unless otherwise specified in its Schedule, are defined as: (a) limitations on the number of service suppliers whether in the form of numerical quotas, monopolies, exclusive service suppliers or the requirements of an economic needs test; (b) limitations on the total value of service transactions or assets in the form of numerical quotas or the requirement of an economic needs test; (c) limitations on the total number of service operations or on the total quantity of service output expressed in terms of designated numerical units in the form of quotas or the requirement of an economic needs test;9 (footnote original) 9 Subparagraph 2(c) does not cover measures of a Member which limit inputs for the supply of services. (d) limitations on the total number of natural persons that may be employed in a particular service sector or that a service supplier may employ and who are necessary for, and directly related to, the supply of a specific service in the form of numerical quotas or the requirement of an economic needs test; (e) measures which restrict or require specific types of legal entity or joint venture through which a service supplier may supply a service; and (f) limitations on the participation of foreign capital in terms of maximum percentage limit on foreign share-holding or the total value of individual or aggregate foreign investment.
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Score: 937063.9 - https://www.wto.org/english/re...ns_e/ai17_e/gats_art16_oth.pdf
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Summary of key indicators for EMTCT and Path to Elimination of HIV and/or syphilis validation: Impact Indicators for HIV and syphilis Target %  Numerator  Denominator  % Numerator Denominator  % Numerator Denominator  Eligibility status EMTCT or PTE/tier? (...) Comments/clarifications/points of discussions Annual rate of new paediatric cases of HIV infections per 100,000 live births by birth cohort Full EMTCT <50 Gold < 250 Silver < 500 Bronze <750 Source of data Annual rate of congenital syphilis cases (including stillbirths) per 100,000 live births Full EMTCT <50 Gold < 250 Silver < 500 Bronze <750 Source of data Process indicators:  Target YEAR 1 YEAR 2 YEAR 3 Comments/clarifications/ discussions %  Numerator  Denominator  % Numerator Denominator  % Numerator Denominator  Antenatal care coverage (at least one visit) Full EMTCT > 95% Gold > 95% Silver > 90% Bronze > 90% Source of data Process indicators:  Target YEAR 1 YEAR 2 YEAR 3 Comments/clarifications/ discussions %  Numerator  Denominator  % Numerator Denominator  % Numerator Denominator  HIV testing coverage of pregnant women (PW) Full EMTCT > 95% Gold > 95% Silver > 90% Bronze > 90% Source of data Process indicators:  Target YEAR 1 YEAR 2 YEAR 3 Comments/clarifications/ discussions %  Numerator  Denominator  % Numerator Denominator  % Numerator Denominator  Maternal HIV prevalence Source of data ART coverage of HIV positive PW Full EMTCT > 95% Gold > 95% Silver > 90% Bronze > 90% Source of data Process indicators:  Target YEAR 1 YEAR 2 YEAR 3 Comments/clarifications/ discussions %  Numerator  Denominator  % Numerator  Denominator  % Numerator  Denominator  Numerator Denominator  % Numerator Denominator  Syphilis testing coverage of PW Full EMTCT > 95% Gold > 95% Silver > 90% Bronze > 90% Source of data Maternal syphilis prevalence Source of data Treatment coverage of syphilis positive pregnant women Full EMTCT > 95% Gold > 95% Silver > 90% Bronze > 90% Source of data Table 2. (...) 1.24 Is there supervision of private sector service delivery by the EMTCT programme?      
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Score: 909335 - https://www.who.int/reproducti...liminary-assessment-EMTCT.docx
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The widespread availability of all forms of media on the Internet is raising numerous issues around management of digital copyright. These developments and the multi-jurisdictional nature of telecommunications, particularly the Internet, are making international dispute resolution increasingly important to the ICT sector. The ITU has a long standing interest in dispute resolution in the ICT sector. It has published books and papers on developments in dispute resolution, carried out case studies and provided training courses on dispute resolution and engaged in numerous related activities. The WIPO Center offers alternative dispute resolution options for the resolution of international commercial disputes between private parties.
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Score: 905573.9 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ.../E/web/WebSearch/page0090.html
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Standards Experience Experience in ITU-T  Vice-Chairman, ITU-T WP3/5, ICT and Climate Change (2013-2016 Study Period)  Rapporteur, ITU-T Q18/5, Methodologies of environmental and social impact (2009-2016)  Liaison officer with UNFCCC and ITU-T Joint Concerted Action on Climate Change (2009-2016) Experience in Other Standards Organizations  Active member of ETSI Environmental Engineering (EE)  Member of the Steering Committee of the GHG Protocol ICT Supplement Industry Experience  2008–Present: Orange Consulting, head of Sustainable Development  2004–2008: Expertel Consulting, Head of Innovation  1998–2003: Expertel Consulting, Manager, Transport and Environment Sector  1995–1998: France Telecom FCR, Project Manager, High speed networks  1992–1994: French Ministry of Foreign Affairs, seconded to FT Polska, Warsaw, Poland, responsible of studies  1990–1991: HP Research Labs, Bristol, United Kingdom, research on high speed networks Publications, Conferences, Patents  Numerous speeches at the UNFCCC Conferences of the Parties, on behalf of the ITU; numerous speeches in ITU Conferences and seminars  Experience as teacher at Telecom ParisTech (European Broadband networks) and Mines ParisTech (ICT sector carbon footprint)  Member of the Advisory Panel of the « Momentum for Change » UNFCCC initiative, appointed by the Executive Secretary as one of the representatives of the ICT sector Education  Engineering Diploma, Telecom ParisTech, 1991  MBA, Collège des Ingénieurs, Paris 1992  Certified in Carbon accountancy, advanced level, ADEME, 2010 mailto:jean-manuel.canet@orange.com
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Score: 903314.5 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/w...20EN%20Jean-Manuel%20Canet.pdf
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In addition, there have been numerous discussions on the need to ensure that such basic telecommunications includes low cost broadband access. (...) What can regulators do, especially during these onerous economic times to stimulate and encourage energetic private sector participation in attempting to find cost effective and practical solutions to these challenging requirements? (...) This may sound overly simplistic or trite but I firmly believe that this can be achieved with the right mindset from all industry sectors. Let us get on with the task. Lynne A. Dorward Chief Regulatory Officer – Zain Group
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Score: 899179.9 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/partners/GILF/2009/docs/zain.doc
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Measuring Abuja in practice—definitions and issues • Matching denominator to numerator – Whatever way it is concluded that the indicator be interpreted, it is important that anything included in the interpretation of government expenditure on health (the numerator) is also appropriately included in the interpretation of total government expenditure (the denominator) and vice versa. 2. (...) Recommendations (to include) Both the numerator and denominator should exclude: • Sector-wide support (part of FS.2) and direct external aid to the health sector (FS.7). • Private spending for health—which includes – out-of-pocket payments made directly to various providers (FS.6) – private prepaid plans (FS.5), including payments to community financing schemes and other private insurance plans, and indirect payments for health services by employers (firms) and local charitable groups. 4. (...) Setting Abuja in the wider development context • The target may be misleading if used unthinkingly. • Perverse result of encouraging a government which already has a health sector well funded by international partners to divert domestic resources from other priority sectors that do not have access to international resources. • Simple targets, such as the Abuja declaration, can help to boost domestic commitment but will require careful allocation and monitoring to realize benefits and avoid unintended consequences. • Within the sector, tracking of the Abuja target needs to be accompanied by a wider set of performance indicators, such as the ones commonly incorporated in sector-wide approaches for example: – monitoring the proportion of recurrent spending on non- salaries – the proportion of spending allocated to health centers – and the proportion of spending going to poorest areas. 5.
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Score: 896250.6 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/media/events/2013/abuja.pdf
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Resolutions and Decisions of the Council of the ITU - 2009 Edition Summary of Contents Table of Contents 1 FINANCE 1.1 Budget 1.2 Other finance matters 2 STAFF MATTERS 2.1 Conditions of employment 2.2 Human resources management 2.3 Pensions 2.4 Other staff matters 3 CONFERENCES AND MEETINGS 3.1 General 3.2 Council 3.3 Plenipotentiary Conference 3.4 Other conferences and related matters 4 GENERAL SECRETARIAT 5 SECTORS 5.1 General 5.2 Radiocommunication (ITU-R) 5.3 Telecommunication Standardization (ITU-T) 5.4 Telecommunication Development (ITU-D) 6 EXTERNAL RELATIONS 6.1 ITU Membership 6.2 United Nations and other organizations 7 MISCELLANEOUS 7.1 Building, Rooms, Equipment 7.2 Other miscellaneous matters APPENDIX A Numerical list of Resolutions of the Council of ITU APPENDIX B Numerical list of Decisions of the Council of ITU APPENDIX C Analytical table
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Score: 895901.5 - https://www.itu.int/dms_pub/it...f/S-CONF-CL-2009-TOC-HTM-E.htm
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Fecha de ingreso a corriente legislativa: 03/04/2013. Numeral de archivo: 14766. Venció el plazo cuatrienal: 05/04/2017. (...) Ley Para Combatir La Discriminación, La Incitación Al Odio Y La José María Villalta Flores-Estrada Fecha de ingreso a corriente legislativa: 21/03/2014 Numeral de archivo: 14816 Numeral del texto sustitutivo: TEXTO SUSTITUTIVO 23-7-2014 Informe de Servicios Técnicos: OFICIO Nº ST.267- 2014 J Apología Del Odio Y La Discriminación Este proyecto tuvo un dictamen negativo unánime. (...) Fecha de vencimiento cuatrienal: 31/08/2024 Numeral del texto sustitutivo: NR
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Score: 895600.1 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...-rica-poder-legislativo-10.pdf
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Fecha de ingreso a corriente legislativa: 03/04/2013. Numeral de archivo: 14766. Venció el plazo cuatrienal: 05/04/2017. (...) Ley Para Combatir La Discriminación, La Incitación Al Odio Y La José María Villalta Flores-Estrada Fecha de ingreso a corriente legislativa: 21/03/2014 Numeral de archivo: 14816 Numeral del texto sustitutivo: TEXTO SUSTITUTIVO 23-7-2014 Informe de Servicios Técnicos: OFICIO Nº ST.267- 2014 J Apología Del Odio Y La Discriminación Este proyecto tuvo un dictamen negativo unánime. (...) Fecha de vencimiento cuatrienal: 31/08/2024 Numeral del texto sustitutivo: NR
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Score: 895600.1 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...a-rica-poder-legislativo-9.pdf
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Fecha de ingreso a corriente legislativa: 03/04/2013. Numeral de archivo: 14766. Venció el plazo cuatrienal: 05/04/2017. (...) Ley Para Combatir José María Villalta Flores-Estrada Fecha de ingreso a corriente legislativa: 21/03/2014 Numeral de archivo: 14816 Numeral del texto sustitutivo: TEXTO SUSTITUTIVO 23-7-2014 La Discriminación, La Incitación Al Odio Y La Apología Del Odio Y La Discriminación Informe de Servicios Técnicos: OFICIO Nº ST.267- 2014 J Este proyecto tuvo un dictamen negativo unánime. (...) Fecha de vencimiento cuatrienal: 31/08/2024 Numeral del texto sustitutivo: NR
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Score: 895600.1 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...a-rica-poder-legislativo-8.pdf
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