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The rationale for any regulatory response to new technologies should be grounded in the impact on consumers, societies, market players and investment flows as well as on national development as a whole. v. (...) Policy and regulation should focus on building trust and engagement: Collaborative regulation provides the space for co-creating win-win propositions, working towards regulatory objectives while increasing the engagement of industry. (...) These instruments can also enable market players to reflect on their performance and impact on the economy and development, and engage in self-regulation. 3.
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Score: 1041175.4 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/C...19BestPracticeGuidelines_E.pdf
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Football stakeholders – from confederations, national associations, leagues, and clubs, to players, players’ associations, organized fan groups, as well as media and commercial partners - are invited to join FFTG and become active agents of change by committing to adopt the principles of sustainable development and human rights, develop sustainable business practices and act as SDG champions. Members will use their visibility and outreach power via tournaments, players, corporate brand exposure, media and fan communities to raise the profile of the SDGs through amplification and advocacy. (...) Football for the Goals invites stakeholders in the global football community, including confederations, federations, member associations, leagues, clubs, players, players’ associations, sports media, and organized fan groups to become agents of change by committing to the principles of sustainable development, developing sustainable practices and acting as champions of the SDGs.
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Score: 1037073 - https://www.un.org/sustainable.../UN_Press_Release_FFTG_ENG.pdf
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Summary of « Women as Economic Players in Sustainable Development », sponsored by GWIT with the support of CIDA and the Summary of Session on “Women as Economic Players in Sustainable Development” Organized by Geneva Women in International Trade (GWIT) With the support of the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA) and the Women Ambassadors in Geneva This well-attended, groundbreaking event – the first-ever session on gender and trade at a WTO Symposium – was intended to draw the attention of the WTO and the multilateral trading system to the significant contributions that women make in international trade and to highlight the impact of trade liberalisation on women. (...) GWIT President Cherise Valles then noted that the specific objective for this session was to put these issues on the table and to lay a clear marker for further discussion of this issue at the multilateral trade level.
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Score: 1036135.7 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...e/symp03_gwit_background_e.doc
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Examples include portable CD players, MP3 audio players, mobile phones with MP3 type features, personal digital assistants (PDAs) or similar equipment. (...) The producers of the music players may assume a certain earphone at delivery, but very few use these throughout the use time of the player. (...) This is an extremely expensive solution, taking either power from the player during run-time, or space from the compact design of players.
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Score: 1035878 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/W...tations/S1P3-Simao-Campos.pptx
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Organic Agriculture: Asia (China) english FAO Home Organic Agriculture Home Mandates and Reports Glossary ORCA Secretariat Publications Special Features Country Data Events Projects Related Links FAQ Contact Asia (China)   Title: Promoting Production and Marketing of Organic Bananas in Asia Objective: 1) Strengthen capacity of private and Public players in the production and trade of organic banana; 2) improve accessibility of China organic bananas to world markets; 3) establish organic banana models for organic certification.    
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Score: 1035647.1 - https://www.fao.org/organicag/...t-fund-projects/asia-china/en/
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The sessions Topics for discussion Core themes High level debates Registration Practical information FAQs Have your say I. The WTO and the players that influence the multilateral trading system Objectives: To discuss the shift of power in international politics, the role of the main actors influencing the multilateral trading system and public attitudes towards the WTO. During fifteen years of WTO, the world has undergone major geopolitical changes and has witnessed the rise of new state actors, who, alongside the traditional players, are asserting their own role in shaping the world's economic and political environment. (...) Coherence between the WTO and other areas of global governance Objectives: To identify how the WTO can promote coherence at the international level to better address world problems and contribute towards improved global governance.
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Score: 1035467.3 - https://www.wto.org/english/fo...ic_forum10_e/core_themes_e.htm
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MAIN a) Playback: The client requests the sender to start streaming and initiates connection with the sender in an appropriate port using HTTP. b) Analyze: The client analyzes the incoming bit rate of PLAYBACK SEND packets to ascertain how the link will support stream in near Request Send feedback in future using ABBA algorithm. server for the linked port c) Send Feedback: The client creates a message based on video defined format of feedback and makes an intelligent decision Populate the Establish to alert the sender. connection using message based sockets on strategic decision MAIN Create a new Create status instance of VLCJ code for INIT ADAPT to play transmission Capture video Set instance of ML and stream Set the media Modify the parameters player locator Synchronization Compute media Inspect the based on decision of multi threads statistics using trend and Init VLCJ Player ABBA forecast the and set trans Interpret the message Inbound succeeding coding options after continuous measurement of changes listening packet bitrate Compute AIC ANALYSE Instantiate the LibVlc objects Stream in the linked Figure 3. Client side modules port with the media resource are created with requesting client Player Factory locator 3.1.1 Auto-regressive (AR) Component STREAM The Auto-regressive (AR) part is used to establish the Figure 2.
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Score: 1034839.3 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica.../files/basic-html/page213.html
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 Page 206 - ITU-T Focus Group Digital Financial Services – Technology, innovation and competition           Basic HTML Version Table of Contents View Full Version Page 206 - ITU-T Focus Group Digital Financial Services – Technology, innovation and competition P. 206 ITU-T Focus Group Digital Financial Services Technology, Innovation and Competition In recognizing these concerns, the IWG report encouraged financial regulators to ensure that operators of payment infrastructures develop risk-based, objective criteria for direct access. At the same time, the IWG 176 recognized that it may be infeasible for many PSPs to comply with the financial and technical requirements for direct access; and that governance arrangements may create barriers to cost-effective indirect access. (...) Non-banks can access NPCI systems only with/through banks. 179 The gamut of services offered by NPCI has made it a dominant player in several services - such as card payments - and the exclusive player in many. (...) The Financial Sector Legislative Reform Commission Working Group on Payments for example has called for a level playing field within the payments industry and between bank and non-bank players. A recent report 181 from the Indian Ministry of Finance – known as the Watal Committee - made similar recommendations. 182 176 ITU DFS FG (2016c) ibid 177 All data in this section provided to the TIC WG by Consumer Unity & Trust Society (CUTS) India.
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Score: 1034839.3 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica.../files/basic-html/page206.html
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In accordance with the requirements of the RGSc, the transparency and division of the strategic system of objectives must be accorded special attention. The comprehensive strategic objective is then divided into strategic priorities, specific objectives and explicit indicators assigned to the objectives by the various areas of intervention. 10 DSS 6. chart Structure of the strategic system of objectives Source: DSS consultation material Areas of intervention Broadcasting Program provision End users Priorities Specific objectives Indicators Priorities Priorities Specific objectives Specific objectives Indicators Indicators Comprehensive strategic objective 18. (...) Their significance, however, is growing for the future spreading of information society services. 7. chart The system of objectives of the regulatory strategy of NHH Note: For some other information society objectiv es (e.g. universal services) competition is not the primary fulfillment tool (1) Quality, security, content etc. (...) The finalization and g important public policy i objectives, principles, and deadlines of, and by displaying the system of instruments to be used during digital switchover, the state, in essence, determines the room for manoeuvring and the conditions that provide direction for the expectations and tasks of the various players in relation to digital switchover.
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Score: 1034216.4 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/tech...sition/Hungary/english_DAS.pdf
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The local and external players: roles and interaction > III. Challenges and outcome > IV. (...) The local and external players: roles and interaction  One of the more interesting features of the decision-making process leading to the establishment of the G20 was that it involved intensive interaction between public and private domestic actors and between these actors and external players. (...) The G20 tries to strike a balance between the interests of trade liberalization and the development objectives of its members. Cairns is more focused on trade liberalization.
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Score: 1033051.8 - https://www.wto.org/english/re...sp_e/casestudies_e/case7_e.htm
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