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To ensure that such control is most effective, pre-notification of mergers should be mandatory, allowing fast track procedures or a two phase review process to prioritize the more complex and/ or problematic cases (in which DFS cases are more likely to fall) while concurrently imposing notification thresholds to reduce the administrative burdens on both the market players and the authority. Further, due process, such as oral hearings, technical discussions with case handlers, access to 6 statements of objections and to case files, publication of annual reports, and publication of decisions issued, ensures a fair and transparent process, and strengthens the reputation of the competition authority or sector regulator, especially in a market such as DFS where there may be several powerful and connected players. 7 Lastly, rules regarding conflicts of interest and the separation of the investigation, prosecution and decisional functions in case handling further support the independence and reputational strength of the authority. 8 Competition authorities should balance their actions with other government interventions to minimize restrictions on competition in those areas.
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Score: 1008923 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica...s/files/basic-html/page54.html
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The ITU should view this positively, which would help achieve both the ITU’s objective of reasonably priced services and the objective set forth in D.140 of cost- orientated settlement rates. (...) However, it excluded the effects on government telecom policy objectives, the effects on new industry players, and the effects on the economy as a whole – particularly the increasing reliance of the services sector and e-commerce industries on telecommunications and IP-based applications to run their businesses. (...) The Report should seek to clarify the policy objectives first.
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Score: 1008588.2 - https://www.itu.int/osg/csd/wt...tpf2001/sgreport/1-concert.pdf
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The ITU should view this positively, which would help achieve both the ITU’s objective of reasonably priced services and the objective set forth in D.140 of cost- orientated settlement rates. (...) However, it excluded the effects on government telecom policy objectives, the effects on new industry players, and the effects on the economy as a whole – particularly the increasing reliance of the services sector and e-commerce industries on telecommunications and IP-based applications to run their businesses. (...) The Report should seek to clarify the policy objectives first.
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Score: 1008588.2 - https://www.itu.int/osg/spu/wt...tpf2001/sgreport/1-concert.pdf
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In addition, the arrival of new content and application providers, such as over-the-top players, are changing the rules of the game, the market dynamics and business practices. (...) Ensuring that the principles of fair, equal and non-discriminatory treatment of all market players continue to prevail will foster a level playing field among regulated and unregulated players. (...) We believe that regulators and policy makers should seek to implement measures to monitor the use of traffic management techniques to ensure that those do not unfairly discriminate between market players. Regulators also need to review existing competition laws to determine whether measures based on regulation or competition law, such as equal treatment of players, are already in place and whether they adequately address the issues that tend to impact net neutrality.
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Score: 1005626.5 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/C...actice%20guidelines_v2_en.docx
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In addition, the arrival of new content and application providers, such as over- the-top players, are changing the rules of the game, the market dynamics and business practices. (...) Ensuring that the principles of fair, equal and non-discriminatory treatment of all market players continue to prevail will foster a level playing field among regulated and unregulated players. 1 The Guidelines are based on contributions from Barbados, Bulgaria, Burkina Faso, Egypt, Georgia. (...) We believe that regulators and policy makers should seek to implement measures to monitor the use of traffic management techniques to ensure that those do not unfairly discriminate between market players. Regulators also need to review existing competition laws to determine whether measures based on regulation or competition law, such as equal treatment of players, are already in place and whether they adequately address the issues that tend to impact net neutrality.
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Score: 1005626.5 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/C...ractice%20guidelines_v2_en.pdf
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Strategic Objective C2 – Sustainable Development of Air Transport – Results of the Sixth Air Transport Conference You may be trying to access this site from a secured browser on the server. (...) Conflict Zones Risk Information ICAO / Annual Report 2013 / Strategic Objective C2 – Sustainable Development of Air Transport – Results of the Sixth Air Transport Conference Message from the President of the Council The World of Air Transport in 2013 Progress on ICAO’s Strategic Objectives Safety Security Environmental Protection Sustainable Development of Air Transport Supporting Implementation Strategies Legal Services and External Relations Human Resources Language and Publications Information and Communication Technology Conferences, Security and General Services Revenue and Product Management Regional Coordination Communications Technical Cooperation Programme Recruitment of Field Experts Training Procurement and Implementation Administrative and Operational Services Cost (AOSC) Budget Project Summaries grouped by Strategic Objective Safety Security Environment Sustainable Development Project Summaries grouped by State and Region (Appendix 2) Financial Overview Appendices Strategic Objective C2 – Sustainable Development of Air Transport – Results of the Sixth Air Transport Conference   PageImage Resume Page Content 38th Session of the ICAO Assembly Results of the Sixth Air Transport Conference Facilitating Air Services Negotiations and Fostering Cooperation Between States Infrastructure Management and Financing the Air Transport System ICAO Aviation Data Joint Financing Agreements Cooperation with other United Nations Bodies Outreach and Awareness Activities Voluntary Support for ICAO’s Work Technical Cooperation Projects     A one-day, Pre-ATConf/6 Symposium was held at ICAO Headquarters on 17 March 2013 for Conference participants. This event, which was co-organized with major air transport industry stakeholders, was attended by close to 400 participants, who heard views of key players regarding the major challenges and policy options facing the aviation community.  
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Score: 1005161.4 - https://www.icao.int/annual-re...pment-results-of-atconf-6.aspx
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PMNCH | 11-15 November 2007 Access Home Alt+0 Content Alt+2 Search Search Navigation Home About Our work News and events Knowledge centre Get involved Language عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Menu Our work Hosted Secretariats 11-15 November 2007 Health Care Professionals (HCP) Workshop Objectives and results Overall objective The overall objective of this workshop is to increase the contribution of HCP Associations to national MNCH plans through a strengthened participation in policy and programme development and an increased alignment of activities to the national targets regarding the achievement of MDGs 4 and 5 (reducing child mortality by 2/3 and maternal mortality by ¾ by 2015). Specific objectives Strengthen the role of HCP associations as advocates for MNCH and in policy dialogue ( being an effective player in dealing with legislative barriers, improving drug use policies, advocating for MNCH funding ) Explore HCP associations role in promoting one country MNCH plan ( working together and as good partners with the public sector to make this effective ) Develop the role of HCP associations in quality improvement ( training, continuing education, monitoring / supervision, standards of care, regulation and accreditation issues ) Increase HCPA joint activities to address the human resources crisis with respect to MNCH ( staff deployment and retention,, new cadre development, delegation ) Strengthen organizational aspects of HCP associations to enable them to develop more fully their roles in the areas mentioned in objectives 1 – 4, and establish better partnering between associations and with the public sector ( leadership, defining vision-plans-responsibilities, understanding how to work with the public sector, working with other associations , harnessing energies of members ). (...) For action from regional and international bodies Areas of support from regional and/ or international bodies determined for the activities identified as priority by country teams. « Previous page 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Next page » Contents Health Care Professionals meet in Malawi Background Objectives and results Meeting activities Advocacy "One MNCH Plan" development Addressing the human resources crisis Quality improvement Organizational strengthening Country groups work Closing session List of presentations You are here: Partnership for Maternal, Newborn & Child Health Our work Advocacy Regional advocacy Quick Links Key documents PMNCH vision Strategy and workplan Annual report PMNCH pamphlet Stay informed PMNCH e-blast Press centre Knowledge centre Get involved Become a member Requests for proposals Employment Share your news Contact us Keep in touch © WHO 2022
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Score: 1005161.4 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/acti...onal/hcp_malawi/en/index2.html
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PMNCH | 11-15 November 2007 Access Home Alt+0 Content Alt+2 Search Search Navigation Home About Our work News and events Knowledge centre Get involved Language عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Menu Our work Hosted Secretariats 11-15 November 2007 Health Care Professionals (HCP) Workshop Objectives and results Overall objective The overall objective of this workshop is to increase the contribution of HCP Associations to national MNCH plans through a strengthened participation in policy and programme development and an increased alignment of activities to the national targets regarding the achievement of MDGs 4 and 5 (reducing child mortality by 2/3 and maternal mortality by ¾ by 2015). Specific objectives Strengthen the role of HCP associations as advocates for MNCH and in policy dialogue ( being an effective player in dealing with legislative barriers, improving drug use policies, advocating for MNCH funding ) Explore HCP associations role in promoting one country MNCH plan ( working together and as good partners with the public sector to make this effective ) Develop the role of HCP associations in quality improvement ( training, continuing education, monitoring / supervision, standards of care, regulation and accreditation issues ) Increase HCPA joint activities to address the human resources crisis with respect to MNCH ( staff deployment and retention,, new cadre development, delegation ) Strengthen organizational aspects of HCP associations to enable them to develop more fully their roles in the areas mentioned in objectives 1 – 4, and establish better partnering between associations and with the public sector ( leadership, defining vision-plans-responsibilities, understanding how to work with the public sector, working with other associations , harnessing energies of members ). (...) For action from regional and international bodies Areas of support from regional and/ or international bodies determined for the activities identified as priority by country teams. « Previous page 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Next page » Contents Health Care Professionals meet in Malawi Background Objectives and results Meeting activities Advocacy "One MNCH Plan" development Addressing the human resources crisis Quality improvement Organizational strengthening Country groups work Closing session List of presentations You are here: Partnership for Maternal, Newborn & Child Health Our work Strengthening human resources for MNCH Quick Links Key documents PMNCH vision Strategy and workplan Annual report PMNCH pamphlet Stay informed PMNCH e-blast Press centre Knowledge centre Get involved Become a member Requests for proposals Employment Share your news Contact us Keep in touch © WHO 2022
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Score: 1005161.4 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/acti...rces/hcp_malawi/en/index2.html
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Article 1 - Delivering object-based immersive media experiences in sports Committed to connecting the world Español Français Sign In Search for: ITU About ITU Media Centre Events Publications Statistics Areas of Action Regional Presence Careers General Secretariat Radiocommunication Standardization Development ITU Telecom Members' Zone Join ITU You are here ITU > Home > ITU Publications > General Secretariat and ITU TELECOM > publications Share Article 1 - Delivering object-based immersive media experiences in sports Shopping cart You are here Home > ITU Publications > General Secretariat and ITU TELECOM > ITU Journal: ICT Discoveries > Articles > Volume 3, Special issue 1 > Share Article 1 - Delivering object-based immersive media experiences in sports Year: 2020 Persistent link: http://handle.itu.int/11.1002/pub/8153d783-en Immersive media technology in sports enables fans to experience interactive, personalized content. (...) Object-based immersive coding enables innovative use cases where the streaming bandwidth can be better allocated to the objects of interest. (...) In this paper, we explain how to implement object-based coding in MPEG metadata for immersive video (MIV) and video-based point-cloud coding (V-PCC) along with the enabled experiences.
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Score: 1005161.4 - https://www.itu.int/pub/S-JOURNAL-ICTS.V3I1-2020-1
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They should act with integrity and be able to make objective, future-proof decisions and to collaborate across sectors to foster digital transformation. (...) Regulatory frameworks may need to adapt to ensure they are continuing to meet public policy objectives in an evolving digital environment. Revoking the rules that are no longer justified is just as important as adopting forward-looking ones. (...) While regulatory reform for the purpose of bringing new radio systems and services to market is a laudable objective, spectrum reform should also be focused on ensuring that access to broadband service is provided affordably to those areas and populations that have been traditionally unserved or underserved.
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Score: 1004275.5 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/C...Best-Practice-Guidelines_E.pdf
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