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Suppliers requesting to participate in a particular proposed purchase shall be permitted to submit a tender and be considered provided, in the case of those not yet qualified, there is sufficient time to complete the qualification procedure under paragraphs 2-6 of this Article. The number of additional suppliers permitted to participate shall be limited only by the efficient operation of the procurement system. (...) Any significant information given to one supplier with respect to a particular proposed purchase shall be given simultaneously to all other suppliers concerned in adequate time to permit the suppliers to consider such information and to respond to it. 9.
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Score: 1076029.9 - https://www.wto.org/english/docs_e/legal_e/tokyo_gpr_e.pdf
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Suppliers requesting to participate in a particular proposed purchase shall be permitted to submit a tender and be considered provided, in the case of those not yet qualified, there is sufficient time to complete the qualification procedure under paragraphs 2-6 of this Article. The number of additional suppliers permitted to participate shall be limited only by the efficient operation of the procurement system. 8. (...) Any significant information given to one supplier with respect to a particular proposed purchase shall be given simultaneously to all other suppliers concerned in adequate time to permit the suppliers to consider such information and to respond to it. 9.
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Score: 1076029.9 - https://www.wto.org/english/docs_e/legal_e/tokyo_gpr_e.doc
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The construction or extension of rainwater harvesting cisterns is costly, and Israeli restrictions on construction in Area C prevent families from expanding their rainwater harvesting capacities. The restrictive permit and planning regime in place prevents development, and even routine repairs and maintenance of water structures in OPT, leaving the West Bank with inadequate infrastructure (wells, cisterns, pipelines, etc.). (...) During 2020, the Israeli authorities demolished three rainwater harvesting cisterns in the Susiya community, significantly worsening the situation.6 As a subsistance herding and farming community, many Susiya families cannot afford to purchase expensive trucked water for all their water needs. (...) Recommendations In light of the impact of climate change on Palestinian communities, particularly households in Area C, the WASH Cluster and its partners call upon: • Israeli authorities to immediately lift the planning and permit system that prevents Palestinian construction and allow Palestinian households in Area C to implement vital climate change adaptation measures, including the construction/rehabilitation of rainwater harvesting cisterns and water networks. • UN Member States to challenge the existing planning and permit regime, the inequality of water allocation and demand the protection of Palestinian WASH infrastructure.
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Score: 1074606.6 - https://www.un.org/unispal/wp-...09/WASHCLUSTERWATER_090921.pdf
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In addition, the text of paragraph 4 referred both in English and French to laws and regulations and requirements affecting internal sale, purchase, etc., and not to laws, regulations and requirements governing the conditions of sale or purchase. (...) It considered, however, that these credit facilities had probably influenced a number of purchasers in the selection of the tractors which they purchased. (...) In this connection it noted that the United Kingdom Government was not asking the Italian Government to increase the budgetary appropriation, but rather to extend the availability of the credit facility to permit a fair choice between purchases of tractors of domestic and foreign origin.
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Score: 1068719.7 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr..._e/dispu_e/gatt_e/58agrmch.pdf
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Although by early January 2015 nearly 40,000 individuals had been granted authorization to purchase construction materials restricted under the Israeli blockade, less than 40 per cent of them have actually purchased materials. (...) This was particularly pronounced in the second half of the year, when Israel relaxed eligibility criteria for exit permits, including an increase in the number of permits granted to national UN staff. (...) During the past year, 1,215 Palestinians were displaced from their homes in East Jerusalem and Area C of the West Bank following house demolitions by the Israeli authorities for lack of a building permit. This is the highest figure for the past six years, during which OCHA has systematically recorded this practice.
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Score: 1057121.3 - https://www.un.org/unispal/document/auto-insert-192985/
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Article 10 The sale and purchase prices of foreign currencies circulated among licensed exchangers shall be determined according to the market conditions. Each licensed exchanger must always display the sale and purchase prices of foreign currencies in a visible place. (...) First or second category enterprises or companies may not set up in their basic system or establishing contract any objects contrary to the banking activity permitted by the provisions of the Law. Article 12 An exchanger may not finish his work or stop it except after obtaining a written consent from the CBY.
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Score: 1051960.7 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...e/yem_e/WTACCYEM4A1_LEG_19.pdf
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Ordinance of the Minister of Posts and Telecommunications on the manner and conditions of tenders to determine which entities will be granted licenses for the provision of telecommunication services and permits for building and using telecommunications network and equipment of April 1998 The development of UMTS in Poland before and after 1st January 2001 (3) ! (...) October 2, 2000; tender announcement ! October 3-5,2000; purchasing tender documentation ! October 15, 2000; questions from entities purchasing tender documentation ! (...) License covers provision of telecommunications services through a cellular telephony network based on the European UMTS standard ! The permit covers installation and the use of a public telecommunications network which is a cellular telephony network based on the European UMTS standard General license conditions final (3) !
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Score: 1045781.8 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/tech...aw2001/pdf/6_6_Chmielewski.pdf
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Canada contended that by so doing the USDOC failed to take into account the full cost of standing timber and conditions of purchase and sale in Alberta, Ontario, Québec, and New Brunswick, as required under Article 14(d) of the SCM Agreement. (...) The Panel also found that, consequently, the USDOC's benefit findings in respect of the reimbursements provided by New Brunswick and Québec were tainted and hence inconsistent with Article 1.1(b) of the SCM Agreement. Export-permitting process for British Columbia logs Canada claimed that the USDOC acted inconsistently with Article 1.1(a)(1)(iv) of the SCM Agreement in finding that the Governments of British Columbia and Canada entrusted or directed log sellers to provide goods to Canadian producers. (...) However, the Panel exercised judicial economy on Canada's claims under Articles 11.2 and 11.3 of the SCM Agreement challenging the USDOC's initiation of an investigation against the export-permitting process. The USDOC's use of certain benchmarks for provincial electricity programmes Canada claimed that the USDOC erred by finding that provincial electricity programmes in British Columbia, Quebec and New Brunswick conferred a benefit on producers of softwood lumber.
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Score: 1045103 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr..._e/dispu_e/cases_e/ds533_e.htm
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According to construction permits; number of new building and additions increased by 41 %, floor area increased by 42% and number of dwelling unit increased by 55% in 2005. (...) For instance, the share of public purchasing of round wood in total consumption is about 1.4 %. (...) On the other hand, there are significant amount of services, work and goods, require wood product utilization such as residential construction, purchased by governmental bodies. These may have indirect effect on wood products market depending on purchasing conditions.
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Score: 1044777.1 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...is/market/market-64/turkey.pdf
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PowerPoint Presentation Canada’s Low-Value Shipments Policy Regarding the Application of Customs Duties WTO Working Group on Micro, Small and Medium-sized Enterprises September 2021 2 Goods and Services Tax (GST) Harmonized Sales Tax (HST) Provincial Sales Tax (PST) Customs Duty Excise Tax and Excise Duties Provincial Tobacco Taxes Revenue Collection at the Border Department of Finance Canada (FIN) Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) Assesses customs duties and taxes owed to the Government of Canada Sets revenue policy concerning the remission of customs duties, sales and excise taxes Responsible for intake of government revenue 3 • Intermediaries in the supply chain, such as couriers and brokers, remit duties and taxes on behalf of the purchaser. Intermediary Collection Model • The purchaser is required to self-account and pay duties and taxes through either a pre-release or post-release model. (...) Exceptions: (a) imported goods that are purchased from a retailer in Canada and mailed to the purchaser directly from a place situated out of Canada; (b) imported goods that are purchased or ordered through or from an address, a post office box or a telephone in Canada; or (c) goods imported by a person other than the person in Canada who ordered or purchased the goods. (...) GHS Eligibility and Process Requirements 11 Ineligible goods include the following: • Alcoholic beverages; tobacco products; goods subject to any additional customs duty, such as excise tax. • Goods that require before release, any certificate, license, permit or other document and any information that prohibits, controls or regulates the importation of goods. • GST/HST exempt commodities (e.g., drugs and biological, medical & assistive devices; basic groceries; agriculture and fishing).
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Score: 1041851.2 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr..._e/msmes_e/canada_sept21_e.pdf
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