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To pay for overseas travel on official business, for commercial purposes, on medical grounds, for vacation, visit, tourism, etc. to persons having an exit visa from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs or Ministry of Interior, or other relevant authority having the right to grant exit visas or temporary permits, within the limits expressed by the Bank of the Lao PDR or other relevant authority. 8. (...) Article 12 Foreign currency accounts and convertible kip accounts of non- residents Non-residents are permitted to open foreign currency accounts and convertible kip accounts with authorised commercial banks as follows: 1. (...) However, for purchases made at local shops, evidence of purchase shall be submitted and where the amount exceeds the authorised limits, they must obtain prior approval from the Bank of the Lao PDR and pay such tax as is indicated under the State Tax Regulation. 3.
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Score: 1018327.3 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...e/lao_e/WTACCLAO3A1_LEG_42.pdf
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The lapel badge, which is issued to each participant upon registration will serve as a building security pass and permits access to the conference  centre and the office tower.  (...) Miscellaneous  The ICAO Commissariat located on the Ground Floor  will be open on Tuesday, 26 March between 1230 and 1400 hours, for the convenience of  participants entitled to purchase spirits and cigarettes at diplomatic prices. The ICAO Boutique, also located on the Ground Floor, will be open also  on Tuesday, 26 March between 1230 and 1400 hours, for the convenience of participants to purchase souvenirs.      ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐   
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Score: 1018166.1 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...ates%20-%20Fact%20Sheet_v5.pdf
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Only one package is permitted to be placed on top of another, and each package must not be more than 1.3 metres high. (...) The godown must have a fence all round and unauthorised persons should not be permitted within the premises. 4.3 Structure of premises The godown should have good air circulation. (...) In particular, the use of hooks which may puncture or tear the containers must not be permitted. 5.3 Emergency Response All supervisory personnel involved in the loading, transporting and the unloading of chemicals should be fully informed about the toxicity and the hazard potential of the pesticide (s) they are handling.
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Score: 1016094.1 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...Code/Old_guidelines/RETAIL.pdf
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Permit applicants must also purchase insurance policies for 50 Jordanian dinars (about $US 70), instead of the previously required social security coverage. (...) The new permits are also the first non-employer- and non-position-specific permits to be issued to Syrian refugees in the region in the construction. (...) As a result, Jordan has simplified work permit procedures and agreed to issue permits to Syrian refugees free of charge for a set time period.
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Score: 1013999.4 - https://www.ilo.org/beirut/med...WCMS_568722/lang--en/index.htm
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Explanatory notes: 1. This article permits the parties to a commercial contact to choose the legal system that will be applicable to the contract. (...) Cross-references: 1. Article 6 permitting the parties to designate the law applicable to the contract Chapter 2. (...) In this case, the vendor may have to pay the purchaser damages in addition to the purchase price.
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Score: 1013834.3 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...c_e/khm_e/WTACCKHM5_LEG_12.pdf
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Microsoft Word - DGPWG.09.WP.052.2.en.doc (2 pages) DGPWG.09.WP.052.2.en.doc DANGEROUS GOODS PANEL (DGP) MEETING OF THE WORKING GROUP OF THE WHOLE Auckland, 4 to 8 May 2009 Agenda Item 2: Development of recommendations for amendments to the Technical Instructions for the Safe Transport of Dangerous Goods by Air (Doc 9284) for incorporation in the 2011/2012 Edition 2.7: Part 7 — Operator’s Responsibilities TICKET PURCHASE/ CHECK-IN ON LINE (Presented by G. A. Leach) SUMMARY This working paper invites discussion by the working group of the possibility of introducing requirements in the Technical Instructions for operator web sites in respect of ticket purchase/check-in. (...) Other web sites (and electronic check-in machines) do not permit a passenger to proceed in the purchase or check-in process unless they are exposed to dangerous goods information and make a conscious action to acknowledge it. (...) It is accepted that the passenger may not have purchased the ticket themselves and it is possible for another person to check-in via the internet on their behalf.
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Score: 1010775.8 - https://www.icao.int/safety/Da...%2009/DGPWG.09.WP.052.2.en.pdf
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Legal Status License; permit; contract with utility; registration with Chambers of Commerce; informal and unregulated. (...) Independent (source)Dependent (source) Mobile Distributor –carters, tankers - buy water from borehole or well and deliver door-to-door Mobile/Distributor – carters, tankers - buy water from network (direct or indirect) and deliver door-to-door Point Source/ Retail Outlet - sink borehole well and install standpipe, sell water directly to customers who purchase by jerrican/drum Point Source/Retail Outlet - extend utility network to tap, water sold to customers by the jerrican/drum - sell water from house connection Piped own networks – - develop own source and reticulate to customers through house connection and/or standpipe Piped sub-networks - extend utility network, buy water in bulk, install house connections within utility service area C U S T O M E R S / H O U S E H O L D S W A TE R S U PP LY C H A IN 1st Ti er 2n d Ti er 3r d Ti er $ $ $ $ Typology of SPSPs Author’s elaboration based on Kariuki and Schwartz, 2004 Access Situation in Africa UNDP & UNICEF. (2002). (...) RegulationRegulatory Issues (1) Regulatory IssuesDependent (source) Transport license and vehicle regulations Mobile/Distributor – carters, tankers - buy water from network (direct or indirect) and deliver door-to-door Operator performance incentivesPoint Source/Retail Outlet - extend utility network to tap, water sold to customers by the jerrican/drum - sell water from house connection Customer agreementsPiped sub-networks - extend utility network, buy water in bulk, install house connections within utility service area - Contract with utility - Bulk water rate - Business / Operating licenses - Consumer tariffs - Service quality Regulatory IssuesIndependent (source) Transport license and vehicle regulations Mobile Distributor –carters, tankers - buy water from borehole or well and deliver door-to-door Point Source/ Retail Outlet - sink borehole well and install standpipe, sell water directly to customers who purchase by jerrican/drum Land title deeds Resale permits Customer agreements Piped own networks – - develop own source and reticulate to customers through house connection and/or standpipe Regulatory Issues (2) - Abstraction permits - Business / Operating licenses - Bulk water quality testing - Consumer tariffs - Service quality Policy Framework The nature of policy, legislative and regulatory frameworks for SPSPs would vary based on the Source of Water – dependent or independent on one axis and Technology/System – PNOs, PSs, MDs on the other SPSP could be: Autonomous, as that is their source of innovation; Partner with the utility; Extension of the utility Explicit policy towards SPSPs existence and role be created to provide: The basis for laws, regulations, institutional roles and allocation of resources Should be developed through open, structured, ongoing dialogue among all stakeholders: SPSPs, principal utility, regulator, government and consumers.
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Score: 1007983.8 - https://www.un.org/esa/sustdev...ica/presentations/abdullah.pdf
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Secondary trading of spectrum permits the purchaser to change spectrum while maintaining the right to use – “property rights”. (...) The dimensions of rights and obligations in a spectrum licence include: • The band which is available for use; • The geographical area in which it can be used; • The period for which the licence is entitled; • The uses to which it can be put; • The licensee's degree of protection from other users; • The licensee's obligation not to interfere with other spectrum user’s rights. 10 Recommendations for Property Rights Where existing licences become tradable and subject to change of use, rights should be established consistent with current uses; this will avoid conflicts of rights and permit parties to renegotiate rights when circumstances change; Easements should not usually be allowed, but rights should be allocated in ways which take account of the economic value, and interference potential, of new technologies such as Ultra Wide Band; Licences should be perpetual; Vacant spectrum should be placed in the market place (subject to international agreements); A compulsory purchase power for spectrum should be confined to national security needs; Spectrum licensees should not pay a perpetual annual charge, nor any charge which discourages efficient trading. 6 11 A Checklist for Implementing Spectrum Markets The rights and obligations of tradable licence must be sufficiently clear: duration, area and interference restrictions. (...) From a technical standpoint, the operation of radio equipment must conform to approved technical standards, comply within established operating parameters, and avoid harmful interference. 7 13 Spectrum Trading in Guatemala Spectrum Trading: • Users receive a TUF – Título de Usufructo de Frecuencia – which can be traded and has flexibility under technical constraints; • Whereas a Spectrum Licence is a right for a particular use, a TUF is a property right, with the freedom to use the spectrum as one sees fit, subject to technical restrictions; • TUFs describe: Maximum transmission power, Coverage area, Maximum interference at border of coverage area and schedule of operation. 14 More on Guatemala 20 9 64 6 794 1590 30 8 24 0 63 84 51 0 20 0 4 0 0 60 0 80 0 10 0 0 120 0 14 0 0 160 0 TUFs AUCTIONED 1996 1997 1998 1999 20 0 0 20 0 1 20 0 2 20 0 3 20 0 4 8 15 Spectrum Trading Today Source: ITU World Telecommunications Regulatory Database 2005 Australia Bulgaria El Salvador France Guatemala Hungary Ireland New Zealand Poland Slovenia Spain Sweden United Kingdom Change in spectrum use permitted on transfer Spectrum Trading is allowedCountries 16 Building Support Considerable resistance to introducing unconventional market- based assignment approaches such as spectrum trading.
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Score: 1007983.8 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/treg...ssion_C_Spectrum%20Trading.pdf
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The Call is based on Kingdom of Bahrain Legislative Decree No. 36 of 2002 “Regulation Government Tenders and Purchase” and the subsequent “Implementing Regulation” of Decree No. 37 of 2002. 2.2 The Call for Tender consist of the following documents: a) Tender Submission Form (1 page); a) Methods of Payment (1 page); b) Tender Advertisement in Arabic (1 page); c) Tender Advertisement in English (1 page); and d) Request for Proposal AND/9/P/73 ICAO-MIDAD/2013 (27 pages). 2.3 The Call for Tender was published on 15 August 2013 on the BCAA website and the following dates were specified: a) date of closing (for purchasing Tender Doc) 16 September 2013 (Action Item 2); b) submission / Receipt of Proposals latest by Wednesday 16 October 2013 before 1330 LT (Action Item 3); and c) submission / Receipt of Proposals was then extended until Wednesday 23 October 2013 before 1330 LT because of Eid Al-Adha. 2.4 During the tender phase 25 questions have been received from interested bidder. (...) Tender Reception 2.5 Six tenders have been received and all tenders were valid according to the Request for Proposal and the Kingdome of Bahrain Legislative Decree No. 36 of 2002 “Regulation Government Tenders and Purchase” and the subsequent “Implementing Regulation” of Decree No. 37 of 2002. (...) The obligation to maintain confidentiality shall be applicable to any employee who may have participated in the tenders or who has familiarized himself with any of their procedures in his official capacity except for anything permitted by a special provision of the law. 2.9 This Code of Conduct shall also be applicable for the countries and groups mentioned in DGCA-MID/2 Conclusion 2/7. 3.
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Score: 1007448.5 - https://www.icao.int/MID/MIDAN...orking%20Papers/MID14-WP37.pdf
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The Office has continued to receive unsolicited expressions of interest in purchasing the ILO land or cooperating with the Office in a development project. (...) The lower risk for potential purchasers with an approved zoning would result in a higher sale value. (...) Development partners could, in parallel, submit a request for a construction permit, further reducing their risk and increasing the potential value of the land.
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Score: 1007448.5 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...eetingdocument/wcms_676748.pdf
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