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On 22 February 2007, the P-5 post of Chief of the Publishing Section, in the Meetings and Publishing Division, DGACM, was advertised on Galaxy, the former online United Nations jobsite. 5. The Applicant, who had applied for the post, was invited for an interview. (...) The documents placed on record by the Respondent show that the candidate selected, who previously worked in the News and Media Division of the Department of Public Information, was reassigned effective from 1 September 2002 with no change in level to the United Nations Publications Sales and Marketing Section within the Library and Information Resources Division, in the same Department, and that he remained in that Section until he was promoted to the next level in September 2006. (...) His personal history profile also states that, as an information officer from June 2000 to August 2002, he participated in the launch and implementation of a pilot project and that, when he was working in the United Nations Publications Sales and Marketing Section, he “[s]upervise[d] marketing, technology and bookshop staff”, was responsible for “management of the contracted staff” and “oversaw the launch of a newly developed e-commerce driven website”.
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Score: 899645.3 - www.un.org/en/internalj...t/judgments/undt-2011-173e.pdf
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STRENGTHENING CONSUMER PROTECTION AND COMPETITION IN THE DIGITAL ECONOMY
TD/RBP/CONF.9/4 11 both the platform operator and a competitor to the businesses using its platform.45 Such activities have given rise to competition-related concerns in digital markets. 35. The market power of major online platforms affects the market structure in the digital economy. (...) Further, online platforms have new forms of market power, such as gatekeeper, intermediation and bottleneck powers. Leveraging is another common practice in digital markets, whereby an online platform that is dominant in one business uses, in another segment, its market power in the former segment.
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Score: 894289.1 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...open&DS=TD/RBP/CONF.9/4&Lang=E
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ICT AND TOURISM FOR DEVELOPMENT : BACKGROUND PAPER / BY THE UNCTAD SECRETARIAT
Developing countries’ target tourism markets are likely to be organizing their travel arrangements online. (...) Trends and developments in the online tourism market 13. Today's online tourism is a very dynamic market, and the number of providers, both generalists and niche players, is rapidly increasing. (...) Another source of revenue involves selling online advertising banners to offer local tourism providers online marketing opportunities and global reach.
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Score: 893705.7 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...n&DS=TD/B/COM.3/EM.25/2&Lang=E
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BUSINESS MODELS FOR DIGITAL ARABIC CONTENT PROJECT : PROMOTION OF THE DIGITAL ARABIC CONTENT INDUSTRY – PHASE II
However, despite the digital and content divide, online marketing in the Arab world is an active and up-to-date business. Online marketing professionals include online communities in their campaigns through tools such as social media. (...) Wikipedia is looking to the Arab World as a potential target market for increasing its audience by millions, increasing the number of visitors to the online encyclopedia site14.
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Score: 882551.6 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc.../2013/TECHNICAL PAPER.1&Lang=E
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FOSTERING DEVELOPMENT GAINS FROM E-COMMERCE AND DIGITAL PLATFORMS
There are different ways for MSMEs to gain an online presence to market their goods and services to potential buyers in their own country or in foreign markets. (...) While such segments and markets may seem small, these kinds of online platforms can help producers reach more clients and achieve sufficient scale and income generation.18 25. (...) In various low-income developing economies, new e-commerce sites are targeting the domestic market, enabling consumers to browse and order goods or services online.19 D.
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Score: 881836.2 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...et?open&DS=TD/B/EDE/2/2&Lang=E
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COMPETITION ISSUES IN THE DIGITAL ECONOMY
Under this framework, there is no concern over practices such as predatory pricing, which is a key element of the business strategy of dominant platforms providing an online marketplace, to grow and monopolize their market. (...) The relevance of such conduct under German competition law is in the dominance of Amazon and the dependence of online sellers on Amazon. 25 To establish dominance, the relevant market needs to be defined as online marketplace services and, if the Cartel Office makes a finding based on this relevant market, it will be the first time that online marketplace services are recognized as a market by a competition authority.26 This will set a precedent for investigations in other jurisdictions. 20. (...) Access to data, above all in the case of online platforms and networks, has been classified as a relevant factor for market dominance under section 18(3a) of the German Competition Act.
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Score: 879222.4 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...open&DS=TD/B/C.I/CLP/54&Lang=E
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COMPETITION LAW, POLICY AND REGULATION IN THE DIGITAL ERA
In China, in February 2021, the State Administration for Market Regulation issued antitrust guidelines on the platform economy, to prevent and stop monopolistic behaviour by online platforms and guide them to comply with national competition law. (...) Considerations for inclusive economic recovery 42. Online platforms provide an opportunity for microenterprises and small and medium-sized enterprises to access markets. (...) They have also extended or clarified the scope of the application of competition laws in digital markets. 46. Japan and the European Union have prepared new ex ante regulations for online platforms.
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Score: 874109 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...open&DS=TD/B/C.I/CLP/57&Lang=E
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THE ECONOMIC IMPORTANCE OF INSURANCE IN CENTRAL AND EASTERN EUROPE AND THE IMPACT OF GLOBALISATION AND E-BUSINESS / BY ESTHER BAUR, ULRIKE BIRKMAIER, MARCO RUSTMANN
Products that are not necessarily suitable for online marketing can still benefit from the huge opportunities for quality and service improvements presented by e-business: · If clients already have extensive product and risk expertise, the Internet can still be used as a marketing tool, despite high complexity and transaction volume. (...) Such point- of-sale portals try to reach possible insurance clients at the point when a need for insurance is generated. Examples include online car or real estate markets, as well as websites based on themes such as “Starting College”, “Career Change”, “Weddings” “Parenthood” or “Retirement”. (...) A new type of business model has recently emerged in the business-to-business segment, known as online risk markets. These internet providers act as brokers between trading partners - usually insurers, reinsurers and large corporate clients – looking to swap large risks or entire risk portfolios.
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Score: 873371.2 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...t?open&DS=TRADE/2001/15&Lang=E
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ELECTRONIC COMMERCE AND INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES FOR DEVELOPMENT : SELECTED ISSUES : NOTE / BY THE UNCTAD SECRETARIAT
A number of developing countries have taken initiatives to market coffee and tea via the Internet. This has been done through e-markets and online auctions, the latter being the more widely used model so far. Notable examples include the online marketing of coffee in Brazil and also in Kenya, Guatemala and Nicaragua, and of tea in India and Sri Lanka. 47. (...) It is, however, evident that online marketing alongside the widespread use of ICT provides a window of opportunity to coffee and tea producers in developing countries.
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Score: 872231.7 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...t?open&DS=TD/B/COM.3/62&Lang=E
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REVIEW OF THE PROGRAMMES OF WORK FOR 2018-2019 AND 2020-2021
It also participated in the tenth session of UN-GGIM, which was held online on 26-27 August and 4 September 2020. 3 Available online at https://unece.org/housing-and-land-management/publications/guidelines-formalization- informal-constructions. 4 Ibid. (...) The Working Party provided comments to the “Policy Framework for Sustainable Real Estate Markets”, published by the UNECE Real Estate Market Advisory Group in 2019. (...) The Working Party provided comments to the “Policy Framework for Sustainable Real Estate Markets”, published by the UNECE Real Estate Market Advisory Group in 2019.
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Score: 868773.4 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...&DS=ECE/HBP/WP.7/2021/3&Lang=E
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