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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: 1032882.4 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...e/tjk_e/WTACCTJK15A2_LEG_1.pdf
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Food products, materials and goods not included into the list of the obligatory certification, are subject to the obligatory sanitary and epidemiological expertise with issue of the sanitary and epidemiological conclusion in the order determined by the legislation of the Republic of Kazakhstan. 3. (...) Wheat flour of extra and first classes, produced on the territory of the Republic of Kazakhstan, is subject to the obligatory fortification (enrichment) in the order determined by the Government of the Republic of Kazakhstan. (...) Requirements, contained in the approved technical documentation, are obligatory for physical and (or) legal persons fulfilling the activity connected with the circulation of food products, materials and goods. 3.
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Score: 1025314 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...e/kaz_e/WTACCKAZ57A1_LEG_5.pdf
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Microsoft Word - WTACCJOR29_LEG_16 Amman, Jordan October 11, 1999 TRIPS-LAYOUT DESIGNS OF INTEGRATED CIRCUITS CONFORMITY TABLE 1 International Agreements Draft Law on Protection of Layout Designs of Integrated Circuits (Revision 1 at the Legislative Bureau at the Council of Ministers-September 25, 1999) Comments Article 35 of the TRIPS Agreement stipulated that members shall comply with the provisions of Articles 2 through 7 ( other than paragraph 3 of Article 6), Article 12 and paragraph 3 of Article 16 of the Treaty on Intellectual Property in Respect of Integrated Circuits “Washington” Jordan drafted a Law on the Protection of Layout Designs of Integrated Circuits Article 2 (1) Washington Article (2) Definition Article 2 (2) Washington Article (2) Definition Article 2 (3) Washington Article ( 2) Definition Article 2 (4) Washington Article (2) Definition Article 3 (2/A) Washington Article 4 (A/1) Article 3 (2/B)Washington Article 4 (B) Article (4)Washington General Provision Article (5) Washington The Draft Law does not discriminate on the basis of nationality Article 6 (1/A/i) Washington Article 10 (B) With respect to exceptions Article 6 (1/A/i) Washington Articles 9(A/1) & 9 (B) With respect to protection Article 6 (1/A/ii) Washington Articles 9 (A/2)& 9 (B) Article 6 (1/B) Washington Not an obligatory provision Article 6 (2/A) Washington Article 10 (A) Article 6(2/B) Washington Article 10 (C ) Article 6 (2/C ) Washington Article 10 (D) Article 6 (4) Washington Article 11 (A) See also Article 37 (1) TRIPS Article 6 (5) Washington Article 10 (E) Article 7 (1) Washington Article 4 (A/2) Article 7 (2/A) Washington Articles 3, 4 and 6 Article 7 (2/B) Washington Article 4 (A/2) Article 7 (2/C) Washington Article 8 Article 12 Washington General Provision Article 16 (3) Washington Not an obligatory provision Article 36 of TRIPS Article 9(A/2) & 9 (B) Amman, Jordan October 11, 1999 TRIPS-LAYOUT DESIGNS OF INTEGRATED CIRCUITS CONFORMITY TABLE 2 International Agreements Draft Law on Protection of Layout Designs of Integrated Circuits (Revision 1 at the Legislative Bureau at the Council of Ministers-September 25, 1999) Comments Article 37 (1) TRIPS Article 11 Article 37 (2) TRIPS, Members may apply Article 31 of TRIPS Article 17 Article 31 (A) TRIPS Article 18 (A) Article 31 (B) TRIPS Article 17 (A) Article 31(C ) TRIPS Article 18 (B) Article 31 (D) TRIPS Article 18 (C ) Article 31 (E) TRIPS Article 18 (D) Article 31 (F) TRIPS Article 18 (E) Article 31 (G) TRIPS Article 19 Article 31 (H) TRIPS Article 18 (F) Article 31 (I) TRIPS Article 21 Article 31 (J) TRIPS Article 21 Article 31 (K) TRIPS Articles 17 & 18(E) Article 38 (1) TRIPS Article 12 ( A) Article 38 (2) TRIPS No applicable, since Jordan requires registration. Article 38 (3 ) TRIPS Article 12 (A) Article 41 (1&2) TRIPS General provision Article 41 (3) TRIPS Article 160 of the Code of Civil Procedures Article 41 (4) TRIPS Article 13 (B) Article 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 Amman, Jordan October 11, 1999 TRIPS-LAYOUT DESIGNS OF INTEGRATED CIRCUITS CONFORMITY TABLE 3 International Agreements Draft Law on Protection of Layout Designs of Integrated Circuits (Revision 1 at the Legislative Bureau at the Council of Ministers-September 25, 1999) Comments 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 Confidential Information Article 51/1 of the Code of Civil Procedures Article 37 of the Evidence Law Article 355/3 of the Criminal Law There is 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 22 ( A/1) Article 45 (1) TRIPS Articles 256- 272, 66, 48, and 49 of the Civil Law Article 45 (2) TRIPS Articles 161 and 166 of the Code of Civil Procedures Article 46 TRIPS Article 22 (E) Article 47 TRIPS Not an obligatory provision Article 48 (1) TRIPS Article 22 (D) 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 (1) TRIPS Article 22 (A) Articles 3/2, 32, and 115/4 of the Code of Civil Procedures Article 50 (2&3) TRIPS Article 22 (B) Article 33/1 of the Code of Civil Procedures Article 50 (4) TRIPS Article 50 (5) TRIPS Not an obligatory provision Amman, Jordan October 11, 1999 TRIPS-LAYOUT DESIGNS OF INTEGRATED CIRCUITS CONFORMITY TABLE 4 International Agreements Draft Law on Protection of Layout Designs of Integrated Circuits (Revision 1 at the Legislative Bureau at the Council of Ministers-September 25, 1999) Comments Article 50 (6) TRIPS Article 22 (C ) Article 50 (7) TRIPS Article 22 (D) Articles 66 and 256 of the Civil Law Article 50 (8) TRIPS General provision Articles 51-60 TRIPS Covered under the Customs Regime
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Score: 1021902.9 - https://www.wto.org/english/th..._e/jor_e/WTACCJOR29_LEG_16.pdf
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Non-employed population's obligatory medical insurance premiums shall be paid by the executive bodies of Russian regions and local government bodies under the Regulations on the Procedure for the Payment of Insurance Premiums to the Federal Fund of Obligatory Medical Insurance and the Territorial Funds of Obligatory Medical Insurance endorsed by Resolution of the Supreme Soviet of the Russian Federation No. 4543-1 of February 24, 1993 on the Procedure for Financing the Obligatory Medical Insurance of Citizens for the Year 1993. A debt owing as the non-employed population's obligatory medical insurance premiums shall be paid by the payers in accordance with the procedure effective before the entry into force of Part 2 of the Code. Order of the Federal Fund of Obligatory Medical Insurance No. 52 of September 21, 2001 endorsed the Instructions on the procedure for verifying the proper timing and completeness of remittance of unemployed obligatory medical insurance premiums by a payer The Government of the Russian Federation shall determine the procedure and terms for restructuring the debt of the non-employed payers of obligatory medical insurance premium, in particular, writing off the penalties that had been accrued in respect of such payers as of January 1, 2001.
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Score: 1012481.9 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...c_e/rus_e/WTACCRUS48_LEG_8.pdf
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To approve the annexed list of the first group of goods and products that shall be submit to obligatory labelling with marks ((hereinafter referred to as the List). (...) The manufacturer organizations, the importers, the trade organizations and individual businessmen may label voluntarily with marks goods and products that are not subject to obligatory certification. 2. The Ministry of Commerce of the Russian Federation and the State Committee for Standards and Metrology of the Russian Federation shall: in the fourth quarter 1998 endorse instructions on the procedure for marking goods and products put on sale on the territory of the Russian Federation, keeping record of the movement thereof; define a procedure for protecting copies of certificates of conformity and other forwarding documents and cause their being marked with special counterfeit-proof marks; present proposals for amending the list to the Government of the Russian Federation as the need may arise"; 3. (...) Chairman of the Government of the Russian Federation V.Chernomyrdin List * of the First Group of Goods and Products That Shall Be Subject to Obligatory Labelling with Counterfeitproof Conformance Marks (Approved by the Decision of the Government of the Russian Federation No. 601 of May 17, 1997) (in the wording of the Decision of the Government of the Russian Federation No. 1193 of September 19, 1997) 3.
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Score: 1011154.6 - https://www.wto.org/english/th.../rus_e/WTACCRUS33A1_LEG_28.pdf
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Bodies performing certification of a specific type of goods, entities of various forms of ownership which recognize and exercise control over conformity of the goods imported into Ukraine with obligatory requirements of laws and regulations of Ukraine shall be guided by this document. 2. (...) An exclusive right to acknowledge the results of certification of goods issued by other countries, with regard to their conformity with obligatory requirements of laws and regulations of Ukraine shall be vested into System of Certification UkrSEPRO. The subjects of acknowledgment shall be the protocols of tests, certificates (marks) of correspondence and other warrants of correspondence for the goods which are subject to obligatory certification, as per approved lists of goods and services. 3.2.
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Score: 1006975.3 - https://www.wto.org/english/th..._e/ukr_e/WTACCUKR44_LEG_12.pdf
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Capital Gains, Permanent Establishments Approach and Structure • Background • Overview of Business Cycle • Special focus – Personal Scope – Substantive Scope – Selected Articles addressed • Emphasis of Extractive Industry Issues • Emphasis of differences between UN MTC and OECD MTC • Examples of Real Life Treaties Lifecycle of Extractive Industry Project Contract Negotiation Exploration Activities & Evaluation Development of the Infrastructure Extraction, Production, Export Abandonment and Decommissioning Stages, Activities, Actors, Issues Stages Key Activities Actors Domestic Tax Issues International Tax Issues Contract Negotiation and Signature Extractive company may get engaged in competitive bidding or contract negotiation with assistance of advisers and lawyers Extractive Company, Consortium members, Advisers, Lawyers, Financiers Obligatory (tax) payments, such as Signature Bonus, Payments to advisers and WHT consideration Are Signature Bonus payments covered by scope of DTT? (...) Exploration Activities & Evaluation Exploration activities in different form take place – geological studies, drilling, and seismic tests, sample taking and analyzes, Evaluation of potential for further extraction Extractive Company, Subcontractors specializing on the exploration activities (on-shore and off- shore), analyzes Obligatory (tax) payments, such as Discovery Bonus, Payments to subcontractors and the relevant tax considerations (WHT) Are Discovery Bonus payments coved by the scope of DTT? (...) Development of the Infrastructure Development of extractive (mining pits, extraction wells) and supportive infrastructure including transportation (roads, railway, pipelines) and accommodation and office units Extractive Company, Subcontractors – Construction, Installation and Drilling Companies Obligatory (tax) payments, such as development Bonus (unusual) Payments to subcontractors and the relevant tax considerations (WHT) Are development bonus payments covered by scope of DTT?
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Score: 999748.7 - https://www.un.org/esa/ffd/wp-...s/2015/11/11STM_PPT_BalcoA.pdf
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Only Chief State Inspector of Ukraine and his deputies have the right to give to the entrepreneur obligatory instructions to stop manufacturing products if he is violating standards, norms and rules until the elimination of the reasons causing them. (...) Payment of the penalty provided by the item 1 of this Article does not exempt entrepreneur from obligatory remuneration of damages to the consumers of products caused by the violation of standards, norms and rules, non fulfillment of the terms and conditions of the contract for the supply of products. 4. (...) Officials of the Derzchstandard of Ukraine and its regional authorities charged with performing state supervision over the observance of standards, norms and rules are subject to obligatory state insurance. Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine shall determine procedures and terms of officials' insurance. 3.
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Score: 999088.9 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...e/ukr_e/WTACCUKR59A1_LEG_3.pdf
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Coordination and Notification Overview of Coordination and Notification Procedures (Non-Planned Space Services) by Mitsuhiro Sakamoto (SSC/SSD/BR) Contents Essence of coordination approach Two stage procedure AN or CN Examination of Coordination Request Publication of CR/C, CR/D and CR/E Earth station coordination procedure Notification - Recording in MIFR Resolution 49 BR Actions at the end Regulatory Time Limit WRC-19 Results relating to Space Services One of the Main Purpose of RR is - - First Come First Served (subject to some restrictions) and Obligatory Negotiations Elements of Coordination Approach Publish (inform) a planned use of satellite network (earth station) Fulfil requirements mentioned in the RR Negotiate with concerned administrations and get agreements Record the coordinated assignments in the MIFR (Master International Frequency Register) to be taken into account by other administrations Elements of Coordination Approach Three main variants for Coordination Approach Procedure for Satellite networks Not subject to Section II of Art 9 Coordination Procedure (some NGSO) Procedure for Satellite networks Subject to Section II of Art 9 Coordination Procedure Further two variants depending on methods of identification of coordination requirements Procedure for Earth Stations Coordination Approach (AN) Satellite networks Not subject to Coordination Procedure Advanced Publication Information Recording in Master Register (international recognition ) No exam on the result of coordination (Bringing into use) Notification Start the clock (7 years to bring into use) Inform all administrations of a planned satellite network/system (Non-GSO) and its general description No priority, No examination A N information on satellite networks and satellite Inform all administrations of planned satellite network /system (Non-GSO) and its general description (API/A publication) Start of regulatory time limit to be recorded in the MIFR and brought into use (API/A) No priority, No examination and no identification of coordination requirement by the Bureau in API/A Followed by API/B (Comments by other administrations) Examination w.r.t. conformity with RR but not on the result of coordination by the Bureau 7-year regulatory period for notification and bringing into use Coordination Approach (CN) Satellite networks Subject to Coordination Procedure Advanced Publication Information Recording in Master Register (international recognition ) Exam on the result of coordination (Bringing into use) Notification Inform all administrations of planned satellite network (GSO & Non-GSO) and detail description Obligatory negotiation (Goal: interference -free operation) Coordination Start the clock (7 years to bring into use) C N
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Score: 990322.1 - https://www.itu.int/bestofwrs/...-Notification-Procedure-MS.pdf
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Microsoft Word - DOC4 APPROVED by decision of State Committee of Ukraine for Standardization, Metrology and Certification Date: 04.11.97, #192 THE RULES FOR OBLIGATORY CERTIFICATION OF BUILDING MATERIALS, PRODUCTS AND CONSTRUCTIONS 1. FIELD OF APPLICATION 1.1 These rules establish requirements and procedures for conducting obligatory certification of construction materials, parts and structures (hereafter referred to as ‘products’) under the State product certification system of Ukraine - Certification System UkrSEPRO ((hereafter referred to as ‘Certification System’). 1.2 The rules shall be obligatory for product certification bodies (hereinafter - ‘CB’), authorized testing laboratories (centers), enterprises, agencies, organizations and citizens that carry on entrepreneurial activities regardless of form of ownership, including foreign ones. 2. (...) In cases specified by law, to certify products imported in Ukraine under the Certification System, there must be provided in written form a decision of the State hygiene examination committee of Health Ministry of Ukraine (according to resolution 10.20.95, #190, state registry of 1.03.96, #2/1027) and an authorization issued by the Fire department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine (Law of Ukraine “On Fire Safety” of 12.17.93). 4.3. The obligatory certification under the Certification System is carried out to ensure products’ conformity with requirements of effective in Ukraine regulatory documents concerning life and health safety, environmental safety in accordance with the Register of products subject to obligatory certification in Ukraine, which have been approved by order of State Committee of Ukraine for Standardization, Metrology and Certification of 11.27.97, #499 (state register of 12.19.96, #728/1753). 4.4.
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Score: 988105.6 - https://www.wto.org/english/th..._e/ukr_e/WTACCUKR44_LEG_10.pdf
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