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For professions such as electricians, carpenters: Complete secondary education with a diploma OR complete equivalent technical studies with a diploma OR obligatory formal schooling plus  three years of apprenticeship in the field of the post. (...) For professions such as electricians, carpenters: Complete secondary education with a diploma OR complete equivalent technical studies with a diploma OR obligatory formal schooling plus three years of apprenticeship in the field of the post. (...) For professions such as electricians, carpenters: Complete secondary education with a diploma OR complete equivalent technical studies with a diploma OR obligatory formal schooling plus  three years of apprenticeship in the field of the post.
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Score: 1194899.6 - https://www.itu.int/en/testweb...eneral%20service/allitems.aspx
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For professions such as electrician, carpenter: Complete secondary education with a diploma OR complete equivalent technical studies with a diploma in the field of the post OR obligatory formal schooling plus 3 years of apprenticeship in the field of the post. ​ (...) For professions such as electrican, carpenter: Complete secondary education with a diploma OR complete equivalent technical studies with a diploma OR obligatory formal schooling plus 3 years of apprenticeship in the field of the post. ​ (...) For professions such as electrician, carpenter: Complete secondary education with a diploma OR complete equivalent technical studies with a diploma OR obligatory formal schooling plus 2 years of apprenticeship in the field of the post. ​      
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Score: 1194899.6 - https://www.itu.int/en/careers/Pages/G-Qualifications.aspx
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FAO Activities and Assistance to CEE and CIS Countries 1 3rd International Workshop on Land Markets and Land Consolidation – Budapest, 13-16 February 2012 3rd International Workshop Budapest 13-16 February 2012 Towards Integrated Approaches? Towards Obligatory Instruments? 3rd International Workshop on Land Markets and Land Consolidation – Budapest, 13-16 February 2012 2 Statements  Multifold (public and private) goals are pursued by LC with increasing relevance.  Voluntary LC approaches create very limited results and doesn‘t play any relevant role within the national economy concerned.  National wide and effective LC approaches need – solid legislation – with obligatory participation of the land owners – and legally established institutions. 2 3rd International Workshop on Land Markets and Land Consolidation – Budapest, 13-16 February 2012 Summarizing the given overview, we have to state: Multifold (public and private) goals are actually pursued by LC with increasing relevance! (...) 3rd International Workshop on Land Markets and Land Consolidation – Budapest, 13-16 February 2012 Summarizing the given overview, we have to state:  Multifold goals are pursued by LC with increasing relevance.  Voluntary LC approaches create very limited results.  National wide and effective LC approaches need – solid legislation – with obligatory participation of the land owners – and legally established institutions.  Key factors: L L O C C (Legislation, Legitimation, Organization, Competence, Confidence) Questions:  Why do we need a solid legislation? (...) 3 3rd International Workshop on Land Markets and Land Consolidation – Budapest, 13-16 February 2012 5 Questions  Multifold (public and private) goals are pursued by LC with increasing relevance.  Voluntary LC approaches create very limited results and doesn‘t play any relevant role within the national economy concerned.  National wide and effective LC approaches need – solid legislation – with obligatory participation of the land owners – and legally established institutions. 3rd International Workshop on Land Markets and Land Consolidation – Budapest, 13-16 February 2012 6 Questions
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Score: 1194640.3 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...cuments/LANDNET/2012/21_en.pdf
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This law regulates the public relations on defining, establishing, application and executing of obligatory and voluntary requirements for products, service, product life cycle processes (hereinafter, processes), conformity assessment, accreditation and state control anf supervision in the area of technical regulating. 2. (...) For violating the rules of obligatory conformity assessment and illegitimate issue of conformity certificate, the conformity assessment bodies incur responsibility pursuant the legislation of the Republic of Kazakhstan. 7. (...) Natural persons and legal entities selling products, services, which are subject to obligatory conformity assessment, ensure their compliance with the requirements established by the normative legal acts in the area of technical reg- ulating in accordance with the legislation of the Republic of Kazakhstan.
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Score: 1174195.1 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...e/kaz_e/WTACCKAZ63A1_LEG_7.pdf
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Microsoft Word - 005 resolution No.1013 1997 DECISION OF THE GOVERNMENT OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION NO. 1013 OF AUGUST 13, 1997 ON THE APPROVAL OF THE LIST OF GOODS THAT SHALL BE SUBJECT TO OBLIGATORY CERTIFICATION AND THE LIST OF WORKS AND SERVICES THAT SHALL BE SUBJECT TO OBLIGATORY CERTIFICATION (with the Amendments and Additions of May 24, 2000) In accordance with Article 7 of the Law of the Russian Federation on the Protection of the Rights of Consumers (Sobraniye zakonodatelstva Rossiyskoy Federatsii, 1996, No. 3, Item, 140) the Government of the Russian Federation resolves: 1. To approve the annexed: list of goods that shall be subject to obligatory certification; list of works and services that shall be subject to obligatory certification. 2. (...) To invalidate Item 1 of the Decision of the Government of the Russian Federation No. 769 of July 1, 1996 on the List of Goods of the Textile and Light Industry That Shall Be subject to Obligatory Certification (Sobraniye zakonodatelstva Rossiyskoy Federatsii), 1996, No. 28, item 3381).
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Score: 1169552.9 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...c_e/rus_e/WTACCRUS48_LEG_9.pdf
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Article 24 (4) TRIPS Not an obligatory provision Article 24 (5) TRIPS Article 7 (A/1&2) Article 24 (6) TRIPS Article 7 (B) Article 24 (7) TRIPS Not an obligatory provision Article 24 (8) TRIPS Article 7 (C ) Article 24 (9) TRIPS Article 7 (D) Article 41 (1&2) TRIPS General provision Article 41 (3) TRIPS Article 160 of the Code of Civil Procedures Article 41 (4) TRIPS Article 4 (B) Articles 9 & 10 of the High Court of Justice Law Article 41 (5) TRIPS General provision Article 42 TRIPS Notification Articles 56, 57, 58/2, 59/3 of Code Code of Civil dures Representation by legal counsel Article 63/1 of the Code of Civil Procedures and the Bar w Association Law Personal Appearance Article 63/1 of the Code of Civil Procedures, and Articles 168, 169 of the Code of Criminal Procedures Evidence Article 57 of the Code of Civil Procedures ( Plaintiff), Article 59 of the Code of Civil Procedures ( Defendant), and Article 157 of the Code of Criminal Procedures Amman, Jordan October 11, 1999 TRIPS-GEOGRAPHICAL INDICATIONS CONFORMITY TABLE 2 International Agreements Geographical Indications Draft Law (Revision 2 at the Legislative Bureau at the Council of Ministers-October 3, 1999) Comments Confidential Information Article 51/1 of the Code of Civil Procedures Article 37 of the Evidence Law Article 355/3 of the Criminal Law Jordan prepared also a draft law on Trade Secrets Article 43 (1) TRIPS Evidence Law Articles 20, 21, 22, and 23 Code of Civil Procedures Articles 100 and 107 Article 43 (2) TRIPS Article 107 of the Code of Civil Procedures Article 44 TRIPS Article 8 (A) Article 45 (1)TRIPS Articles 256- 272, 66, 48, 49 of the Civil Law Article 45 (2) TRIPS Articles 161 and 166 of the Code of Civil Procedures Article 46 TRIPS Article 8 (E) Article 47 TRIPS Not an obligatory provision Article 48 (1) TRIPS Article 8 (C) Articles 66 and 256 of the Civil Law ( Damages), and Article 166 of the Code of Civil Procedures ( Expenses and Attorney’s fees) Article 48 (2) TRIPS Article 61 of the Criminal Law Article 49 TRIPS General Provision Article 50 TRIPS Article 8 (A) Article 50 (2&3) TRIPS Article 8 (B/1) Article 50 (4) TRIPS Article 50 (5) TRIPS Not an obligatory provision Article 50 (6) TRIPS Article 8 (B/2) Article 50 (7) TRIPS Article 8 (C) Articles 66 and 256 of the Civil Law Article 50 (8 ) TRIPS General provision Article 51- 60 TRIPS Covered under the Customs Regime
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Score: 1165349.5 - https://www.wto.org/english/th..._e/jor_e/WTACCJOR29_LEG_12.pdf
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Procedure of certification in the Republic of Armenia should be implemented by the following bodies authorised by “Haypetstandard”: a) certification authorities b) experimentation laboratories 2. The fee for obligatory certification should be made by legal entities, enterprises, which do not have status of legal entities, private entrepreneur irrespective of form of privacy and legal form of organisation, in accordance with tariffs approved by the Ministry of Economy and Finance of the Republic of Armenia with the participation of “Haypetstandard”. 3. The fee for obligatory certification of products, which imported to the Republic of Armenia with the purpose of humanitarian aid, is made by certification entities and financed from budget of the Republic of Armenia by means of governmental order.
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Score: 1150033.6 - https://www.wto.org/english/th..._e/arm_e/WTACCARM10_LEG_18.pdf
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In accordance with the procedure established by the authorized agency, the technical committees on standardization shall participate in: 1) the elaboration of the fundamental state standards, the international, regional standards, the national standards of the foreign states and the amendments thereto in the field of the conformity verification and accreditation; 2) the elaboration of the state standards for the specific processes and procedures of conducting the conformity verification in respect of the uniform products which are subject to the obligatory conformity verification and are determined by the normative legal instruments in the field of technical regulating; 3) the examination of the state standards, the international, regional, the national standards of the foreign states and the amendments thereto in the field of the conformity verification and accreditation. 4. (...) The product conformity verification within the Republic of Kazakhstan may be either of voluntary or obligatory nature. 8. In case of the obligatory conformity verification it shall be verified that the of the products are in conformity with the obligatory requirements of the technical regulations, specific standards and other normative documents ensuring their safety for the life and health of the people, protection their property and the preservation of the environment. 9. The obligatory verification of the products conformity shall be carried out in respect of conformity with the requirements and according to the conformity verification schedules established by the normative legal instruments in the field of technical regulating. 10.
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Score: 1137695.7 - https://www.wto.org/english/th.../kaz_e/WTACCKAZ63A1_LEG_17.pdf
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Authentication System authen- Single-factor Multifactor authentication at In-person subscription tication is authentication at system services usage. to services where ensured by the system services personal data with next-genera- usage. obligatory identifica- tion network tion is used. (NGN) data Multifactor authen- transfer tication at system environment. services usage. Obligatory usage of a hardware cryp- tographic module. (...) Data During data transfer, data confi- During data transfer, data confi- The implementa- confidentiality dentiality is ensured by the data dentiality is ensured by additional tion of the level 3 transfer environment (commu- message encryption together requirements with Data integrity nications security), and by the with data transfer protocols that the obligatory usage mechanism of data storage, ensure the security of the data of hardware cryp- together with the means of system being transferred by the interoper- tographic and data access control – at data storage ation participants (including data security facilities on and processing. integrity verification).
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Score: 1137069 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica...n/files/basic-html/page20.html
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Meanwhile requirement for obligatory written avowal is applied when importing foreign currency in cash to the sum exceeding in equivalent 3000 USD . 4. Export of foreign currency in cash from the Republic of Tajikistan by physical persons (residents and non-residents) is executed in the following order: а) physical persons - residents and non-residents can export at a time foreign currency in cash to the sum equal and not exceeding in equivalent 3000 USD freely, without avowal in the written form and without submitting licenses; b) export from the Republic of Tajikistan of foreign currency in cash from the sum exceeding in equivalence 3000 USD up to the sum equal and not exceeding 10’000 USD is executed by physical persons-residents without submission of licenses being a grounds for export of foreign currency in cash from the Republic of Tajikistan providing that an obligatory written avowal is available; c) export from the Republic of Tajikistan of foreign currency in cash to the sum exceeding in equivalence 10’000 USD is executed by physical persons-residents providing that obligatory written avowal and submission of licenses being grounds for export of foreign currency in cash from the Republic of Tajikistan is implemented; d) export from the Republic of Tajikistan of foreign currency in cash to the sum exceeding in equivalence 3000 USD is executed by physical persons – non-residents providing that obligatory written avowal and submission of licenses being grounds for export of foreign currency in cash from the Republic of Tajikistan is implemented. 5. (...) Customs Department of Ministry of state revenues and taxes of the Republic of Tajikistan maintains records of amount of foreign currency in cash and securities in foreign currency imported into the Republic of Tajikistan and exported from the Republic of Tajikistan and being subject to obligatory written avowal, prepares and provides monthly summary data to National Bank of Tajikistan and other institutions and agencies concerned.
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Score: 1115596.3 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...e/tjk_e/WTACCTJK15A2_LEG_1.pdf
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