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Interpretation 3. Changes of Name 4. Firms and persons to be registered 5. Registration by nominee, etc. 6. (...) Statement to be signed by persons registering 8. Time for registration 9. Registration of changes in firm 10. (...) Registration 5. Where a firm, individual, or corporation having a place of business by nominee within Tonga carries on the business wholly or mainly as nominee or trustee of or for another person, or other persons, or another corporation, or acts as general agent for any foreign firm, the first mentioned firm, individual, or corporation shall be registered in the manner provided by this Act.
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Score: 1208926.4 - https://www.wto.org/english/th..._e/ton_e/WTACCTON4A3_LEG_5.pdf
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Shareholders of a firm of auditors which operates as UAB may include: 8 1) auditors; 2) firms of auditors; 3) firms of auditors of foreign countries, included in the list specified in Paragraph 1 of Article 7 of this Law and approved by the Government or the body authorised by it; 4) other legal and natural persons not specified in subparagraphs 1, 2 and 3 hereof. 5. (...) The auditor may perform audit only if he is an owner, a general partner or an employee of a firm of auditors without the rights of a legal person. 2. (...) Working papers shall be the property of the firm of auditors. They may not be given to any third persons without the consent of the audited enterprise or the client, and access to them may not be demanded by other bodies inspecting the activities of the firm of auditors or the audited enterprise, except for the body authorised by the Government, which carries out supervision of the activities of the firms of auditors in accordance with the procedure prescribed by this Law.
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Score: 1186010.9 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...c_e/ltu_e/WTACCLTU46_LEG_2.pdf
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The requirement of the firm’s admissibility registration is mandatory in the enterprises and the collective persons’ constitution process. (...) Article 14 Information regarding the viability of the Firms and its reserve 1. Any interested party may solicit in person, by mail, telephone or telecopy to the Firms Registration office, information regarding the viability of the Firms pretended. 2. (...) The recourses filed by non- recurrent persons can only apply to final dispatches that defer a specific firm or that determine the cancellation of the registration or that declare the loss of the right to the exclusive of the firm.
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Score: 1170129.7 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...e/cpv_e/WTACCCPV20A2_LEG_8.pdf
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The statement sets forth Microsoft’s long-standing approach to patents that are essential to industry standards: we license them to other firms. We don’t seek to block other firms from shipping products on the basis of these patents. (...) These standards are available for implementation by any firm. Every firm building on the standard relies on the fact that a license is available, if needed. (...) In a few cases, firms with standard essential patents may join together in a “patent pool” to offer all their patents to other firms for a single, reasonable fee.
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Score: 1137043.4 - https://www.itu.int/dms_pub/it...06/5B/T065B0000340008MSWE.docx
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Don't be too eager to begin making trades. Some firms allow novice investors to buy shares even before they send in money. Don't do it, because you'll be committed to that firm, and it may not be the right firm for you. Instead, both before and after you open an account, spend some time making practice trades - something that many on-line firms allow would-be clients to do. Most trading firms will offer the possibility of trading ''on margin,'' with money borrowed from the brokerage.
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Score: 1137023.2 - https://www.itu.int/newsarchive/wtd/1999/iht10/tfi-02.html
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Impact ICT_Bkk-presentation.ppt The Impact of ICT Use in Manufacturing Firms in Thailand Joint UNCTAD – Thailand NSO Project by Ruamporn Sirirattrakul National Statistical Office ,Thailand Workshop on Information Society Statistics : Core ICT Indicators, 6-8 Nov. 2007 , Bangkok Outline Research Methodology and Data Sets Some results Lessons learned, experience gained from the joint project Recommendation Research Methodology The research based on 2 data sets : 2007 ICT Business Survey(70,800 sample firms) for overview of ICT uptake by firms 2003 Manufacturing Survey (8,862 sample firms) for productivity analysis using econometric techniques Study firms with at least 1 employee Empirical models Cobb Douglas framework where i takes values between 1 and 14 and h between 1 and 6. Labour productivity measured by value of sales per employee K = Capital , M = Spending on materials , L = Labor ICT variables comprise of presence of computers , access to internet and presence of website including intensity of computer ; proportion of employee using computers and number of computers per employee Multi_unit = Form of economic organization (head offices ,branches or single unit ) Foreign_capital = Foreign capital participation uIndustryregioncapitalForeign unitMultiL L M L KeICTVariabl L sales ih ++++ +++⎟ ⎠ ⎞ ⎜ ⎝ ⎛+⎟ ⎠ ⎞ ⎜ ⎝ ⎛++=⎟ ⎠ ⎞ ⎜ ⎝ ⎛ βββ ββββββ _ _)ln(lnlnln 6 543210 Percentage of Firms by Economic Activities 1.0 % 1.6 %0.2 % 13.6 % 83.6 % Trade & Services Manufacturing Land Transport Construction Hospital Percentage of Firms by size of Firm and Industry : 2007 98.8 99.4 96.0 95.5 97.8 17.4 0.9 0.5 2.8 3.8 1.8 55.2 0.3 0.1 1.2 0.7 0.4 27.4 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 55 60 65 70 75 80 85 90 95 100 1 - 50 Persons 51 - 200 Persons Over 200 Persons Percentage IndustryTotal Trade & Services Manufacturing Construction Land Transport Hospital 20.5 20.3 19.9 21.3 21.720.520.520.6 19.220.218.118.7 57.154.8 51.949.4 32.0 22.825.0 22.0 99.299.197.4 0 20 40 60 80 100 Total Trade & Services Manufacturing Construction Land Transport and Activities of Travel Agencies Hospital 2004 2005 2006 2007 Year Percentage Percentage of Firms with presence of computer :2007 11.810.79.0 12.1 10.6 8.5 10.2 12.69.6 10.1 11.3 12.9 43.5 36.633.1 29.3 15.4 17.6 16.9 27.0 92.392.690.9 0 20 40 60 80 100 Total Trade & Services Manufacturing Construction Land Transport and Activities of Travel Agencies Hospital 2004 2005 2006 2007 Year Percentage Percentage of Firms with Access to Internet :2007 - Advertisement of products and firms 84.4% - Inquiry / Contact facility 67.5% - Receiving purchased order 16.3% - Providing after sales services 8.9% - Online payment 2.4 % - Internal Information networking 5.7% Percentage of Firms by presence of Web site and purposes of using web site : 2007 No 95.7% 4.3% Yes Purposes of using Note : An Establishment could answer more than 1 purpose Some results of ICT impact on productivity Computer Use ,Internet access and Web presence in manufacturing firms are associated with significantly higher sales per employee (labor productivity) - computer presence : 14.6 % - internet access : 3.7 % additional from computers - web presence : 3.8 % additional from computers and internet Some results Intensity of computer use was reflected in higher productivity gains - 3.6% higher labor productivity with 10% increase in the share of employees using computers - 4 % higher labor productivity with 10 % increase in no. of computers per employee Lessons learned, experience gained from the joint project 1. (...) Learning by doing own in-depth data analysis in parallel with UNCTAD (as best practice) who provide technical assistance via email - conceptual frame work , empirical modeling and model selection techniques - solving heteroskedasticity and checking robustness - data analysis and interpretation Lessons learned, experience gained from the exercise - Gain more skill in processing micro firm data and applying econometric in data analysis - Gain more techniques in data manipulation - Gain in motivation for using Eviews software in running regression by our own Recommendation An appropriate software for econometric analysis should be selected for learning and practicing at the beginning ,ie.
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Score: 1132099.4 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/ict/...act%20ICT_Bkk-presentation.pdf
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He/She carries out audit activities independently and/or through an audit firm. Article 5. An audit firm is an enterprise which holds a license to carry out audit activities on the territory of Georgia and the only goal given in its charter of which is audit activities. The audit firm and its branch is given the right to carry out audit activities only when it employs at least one auditor. (...) Attestation of auditors (determination of qualification level) is executed by the Audit Activity Council within the Parliament of Georgia. Natural persons having high or secondary special economical or legal education, with at least 5 years of work experience as auditors, specialists in audit firms, accountants, economists, inspectors, lawyers, enterprise managers, scholars or teachers in economic disciplines, are eligible to attestation.
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Score: 1125484.9 - https://www.wto.org/english/th..._e/geo_e/WTACCGEO27_LEG_13.pdf
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UNITED NATIONS DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME IN LAO PDR Governance Unit Page 1 of 6 TERMS OF REFERENCE PROFESSIONAL SERVICE CONTRACT (FIRM) (RFP_007_2022) Ref#: RPS_246_2022 Name of service: In-person Research on VAW Project: Joint Project on Prevention and Elimination of Violence Against Women for Mainstreaming Gender into the National Development Agenda in the Lao PDR (Khan Hom Project) Reporting to: Head of Governance Unit Duty Station: Vientiane Travel Required: Yes Duration of Service: 6 months Contract Type: Professional Service Contract (Firm) Submission Deadline: 18 September 2022 Start Date: 1 October 2022 End Date: 31 March 2023 Women, Persons with disabilities, persons from ethnic groups and people from other diverse groups are encouraged to apply I. (...) Final versions of questionnaires to be agreed by UNDP, LWU, and partners involved. • The firm is required to provide final data outputs in SPSS and STATA format and provide analysis following UN guidance for measuring SDG indicators. • The firm is required to comply by government’s regulation during the data collection procedure; where necessary, the firm will liaise with relevant government agency and local authority such as village chiefs to ensure smooth implementation of the project. • The firm is required to comply by international ethical and safety protocols for collection of data on violence such as protecting personal data, confidentiality, and respect. • The company will provide training to the enumerators and collect the data using CAPI. • The company will provide quality control of the data collection, and data cleaning and ensure that they meet international standards. • In-person interviews and field mission are subject to guidance from the government. (...) If she is away, enumerators can collect household background information and move to the next households by skipping 2 households. • The firm is required to comply by government’s regulation during the data collection procedure; where necessary, the firm will liaise with relevant government agency and local authority such as village chiefs to ensure smooth implementation of the project. • The firm is required to comply by international ethical and safety protocols for collection of data on violence such as protecting personal data, confidentiality, and respect. • In-person interviews and field mission are subject to guidance from the government.
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Score: 1123922.7 - https://www.undp.org/sites/g/f...rson%20Research%20on%20VAW.pdf
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Article (11) Practicing accountants who have effective licenses may establish professional firms/offices, provided that each partner practices his profession within the firm and the limits of category applied therein. (...) The chartered accountant must not be a partner in more than one auditing firm; 5. The chartered accountant must not independently practice the profession outside the firm or work for other parties. Article (13) Non-Yemeni accounts auditing branches of firms or Non-Yemeni natural persons shall be licensed to practice the profession in the Republic of Yemen, provided they meet the following conditions: 1. participate with one or more Yemeni chartered accountant(s), the Yemeni partner(s) shall own at least 25 percent of the capital; 2. the firm's name shall include at least the name of one Yemeni partner; 3. the partnership agreement shall be written in Arabic and documented by the official competent authority in the presence of partners; 4. all partners shall be natural persons registered in the tables of practicing chartered accountants; in case one of the partners is a non-Yemeni legal person, he has to possess a license as a chartered accountant in his own country, and the manager or one of the managers shall be one of the Yemeni partners; 3 5. submit an accredited copy of the license obtained in the country of the parent company accompanied by the agreement and articles of partnership; 6. the ratio of Yemeni technical cadre working in the firm shall be at least two thirds of the total technical cadre; 7. the ratio of the work team as assistants to licensed chartered accountants shall not exceed 4:1.
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Score: 1113479.8 - https://www.wto.org/english/th..._e/yem_e/WTACCYEM4A1_LEG_7.pdf
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As far as practice of law is concerned, the Law (Article 2) states that it is an autonomous and independent service of rendering legal assistance to natural and legal persons and that the attorneys who were recorded in the Bar Association Register may practice law, individually or in a joint law firm or a in a partnership law firm. (...) Beside this form, two or more lawyers may establish Law Firm Partnership that represents a legal entity and it is also established by contract which is subject to revision of the Bar Association (Article 29). (...) (a) The attorneys who were recorded in the Bar Association Register may practice law, individually or in a joint law firm or a in a partnership law firm under the conditions stipulated in this law (Article 2, Law on Lawyer Profession).
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Score: 1112500.5 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...arAssociations/Montenegro.docx
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