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Included are: expenditure for licences and permits (driving, hunting etc.), payment of insurance premiums for consumable goods (car, furniture), payment for life, hospitalisation or accident insurance, expenditure actually paid by the household for health, (hospitals, doctors, medicines) and credit purchase of durable goods. (...) For second hand items, as purchase value was considered the actual reduced price paid by the household. For new items obtained in exchange of old ones, as purchase value was considered the amount paid by the household after deducting the old item's value.
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Score: 1063222.4 - http://www.ilo.org/ilostat-files/SSM/SSM1/E/GR.html
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Score: 1060935.6 - www.ilo.org/public/engl...relm/info/meetings/smoking.htm
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C. UNICEF is permitted under UNICEF Financial Regulation 5.2 and Financial Rules 105.5 to 105.8, to enter into arrangements with Governments, other organizations in the United Nations system, and governmental and non-governmental organizations, to undertake activities on their behalf for the purchase of supplies, equipment and services where such materials and services are required for purposes related to UNICEF activities and consistent with the aims and policies of UNICEF. (...) If UNICEF provides Services and these Services require that the CLIENT obtains or assists with obtaining permits, licenses and other official approvals or that the CLIENT furnishes powers of attorney or other authorizations to UNICEF, the CLIENT shall cooperate in a timely and expeditious manner. (...) The provisions of this Memorandum of Understanding will survive any termination, to the extent necessary to permit an orderly settlement of accounts between the PARTIES. 10 GENERAL PROVISIONS 38.
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Score: 1060207.9 - https://www.unicef.org/supply/...MOU)%20for%20UN%20agencies.pdf
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"contract of sale" of such goods between the vendor and purchaser; (b) any "other contract relating to the purchase of" such goods (e.g., an option to buy or purchase then); and/or (c) any other formal or informal "contract, agreement or arrangement" for anything done "to increase the value of" such goods before their importation into Australia (e.g., activities such as refurbishment of the goods or modification of the goods to meet Australian standards, etc.). (...) VAL/1/Add.14/Suppl.2 Page 14 6.2 The sub-section 154(2)(b)(i) allows only Interest (and not any other related costs, charges expenses or commissions) to be excluded from customs value where all of the following circumstances can be demonstrated to the satisfaction of a Collector: (a) there is a written contract, agreement or arrangement under which the purchaser is permitted to delay payment for the goods in return for the payment of that interest; (b) the interest is distinguished from the price of the goods; (c) identical or similar goods are actually sold at the above-mentioned price; and (d) the rate of interest does not exceed the rate in similar contracts etc., (involving the same currency) entered into where and at the time the finance was provided. 7. Exclusion of buying commissions - sub-section 159(3)(a) This sub-section now provides for the exclusion from the customs value of only that commission paid or payable to the purchaser's buying agent, who acts solely for the purchaser and is not "related" to or "associated" with the vendor in any way, except through the incidental association brought about by the agent acting for the purchaser in the relevant transaction. 8.
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Score: 1060152.7 - https://www.wto.org/gatt_docs/English/SULPDF/91370102.pdf
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This application also permits to navigate from the above provisions into the ITU Constitution and Convention, Plenipotentiary Conference Resolutions, and ITU-R Recommendations cited but not incorporated by reference in the Radio Regulations. Exceptionally for this product and newly released RR5 Table of Frequency Allocations software, purchasers will be provided with a controlled access license based on their user station/ID; please allow up to 1 business day for processing. For more information on purchasing, please contact with RR Navigation Tool in subject.
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Score: 1060063.7 - https://www.itu.int/pub/R-REG-RRX-2016/fr
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If Article 14(d) permitted Members to consider conditions outside “the country of provision”, this exceptional treatment would not have been necessary. (...) Article 15(b) of the Accession Protocol of China establishes that under Article 14(d) of the SCM Agreement cross-border price comparisons are not permitted. If Article 14(d) permitted Members to consider conditions outside of China there would have been no reason to negotiate this provision. (...) Quebec ensures that only sawmills are permitted to harvest the vast majority of Crown softwood timber.
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Score: 1059160.4 - https://www.wto.org/english/tratop_e/dispu_e/236r_b_e.doc
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If Article 14(d) permitted Members to consider conditions outside “the country of provision”, this exceptional treatment would not have been necessary. (...) Article 15(b) of the Accession Protocol of China establishes that under Article 14(d) of the SCM Agreement cross-border price comparisons are not permitted. If Article 14(d) permitted Members to consider conditions outside of China there would have been no reason to negotiate this provision. (...) Quebec ensures that only sawmills are permitted to harvest the vast majority of Crown softwood timber.
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Score: 1059160.4 - https://www.wto.org/english/tratop_e/dispu_e/236r_b_e.pdf
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The ICAO security pass, which is issued to each participant upon registration, will serve as a building security pass and permit access to the conference block and the office tower. (...) Smoking Smoking is not permitted at ICAO Headquarters, except in the designated smoking area in the ICAO cafeteria. (...) Long-distance calling cards may be purchased at different convenience stores around the Montréal downtown area and at some hotels.
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Score: 1059058.8 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/.../Information_for_Delegates.pdf
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Market access limitations are defined primarily in terms of quantitative restrictions, but also include some other forms of limitations such as caps on foreign equity participation or restrictions or requirements regarding the type of legal entity permitted to supply the service. National Treatment (Arti cle XVII) requires that Member countries subject foreign telecommunication providers to conditions no more onerous than the conditions imposed on domestic providers, except with respect to any departures from national treatment explicitly stated as limitations in its offer (e.g., some governments have entered restrictions on the ability of foreigners to purchase land or have indicated in schedules that foreign equity participation in a service supplier in a particular sector is limited to a certain, specified percentage). (...) Limitations may be stated in terms of the permitted legal form of commercial presence; a foreign equity ceiling; the percentage of board of directors that have to be nationals; restrictions on the number of licences to be granted; etc. (...) These rights are subject to safeguards which can be permitted by the regulators, with the stipulation that such safeguards are not used to deny a customer access to and use of the public telecommunication services needed to do business.
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Score: 1058071.9 - https://www.itu.int/osg/csd/wtpf/wtpf98/trade/wtdr/annex.pdf
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Market access limitations are defined primarily in terms of quantitative restrictions, but also include some other forms of limitations such as caps on foreign equity participation or restrictions or requirements regarding the type of legal entity permitted to supply the service. National Treatment (Arti cle XVII) requires that Member countries subject foreign telecommunication providers to conditions no more onerous than the conditions imposed on domestic providers, except with respect to any departures from national treatment explicitly stated as limitations in its offer (e.g., some governments have entered restrictions on the ability of foreigners to purchase land or have indicated in schedules that foreign equity participation in a service supplier in a particular sector is limited to a certain, specified percentage). (...) Limitations may be stated in terms of the permitted legal form of commercial presence; a foreign equity ceiling; the percentage of board of directors that have to be nationals; restrictions on the number of licences to be granted; etc. (...) These rights are subject to safeguards which can be permitted by the regulators, with the stipulation that such safeguards are not used to deny a customer access to and use of the public telecommunication services needed to do business.
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Score: 1058071.9 - https://www.itu.int/osg/spu/wtpf/wtpf98/trade/wtdr/annex.pdf
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