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AGRICULTURAL COMMODITY VALUE CHAINS: THE EFFECTS OF MARKET CONCENTRATION ON FARMERS AND PRODUCING COUNTRIES – THE CASE OF COCOA
Such behaviour increases the bargaining power of large players to the detriment of small players, including smallholding farmers and small firms. (...) Liberalization in producing countries was expected, among other objectives, to increase competition in domestic intermediation and in the export of cocoa beans by increasing the number of players. (...) A key advantage of such boards is that, if they are accountable to Governments and farmers, they are more likely to meet public policy objectives than a private agribusiness, particularly if the latter is a dominant world player.38 The main issue in the past with regard to such boards was inefficient management, which should be addressed by reforms.
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Score: 886513.1 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...f/get?open&DS=TD/B/63/2&Lang=E
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Why a paper on land banking? 2. Objectives 3. Approaches 4. Governance – institutional and legal framework 5. (...) Why a paper on land banking? 2. Objectives 3. Approaches 4. Governance – institutional and legal framework 5. (...) Why a paper on land banking? 2. Objectives 3. Approaches 4. Governance – institutional and legal framework 5.
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Score: 883896.8 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...cuments/LANDNET/2012/04_en.pdf
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The recognition of inherent inequality of ‘players’ in the Multilateral Trading System and the special needs and development concerns of the developing countries figured, for the first time, in the Havana Charter. (...) It is imperative to undertake a thorough review of the concept of S&D as its basis objective is to create a level playing field for unequal players in the Multilateral Trading System. (...) The WTO must demonstrate sensitivity to developmental objectives of majority of its Membership and to sustain credibility.
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Score: 883639.55 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...1_e/proposals_e/wt_gc_w442.doc
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As a government-owned incumbent, Telebrás is being revitalized by an injection of funding to effectively create an additional player in the wholesale market. Consequently, an increase in the industry’s growth is expected for the next couple of years. (...) In the fulfillment of the objectives of the Plan, Telebrás is authorized to use, operate and maintain the infrastructure and telecommunication services supporting networks under the ownership of the federal public administration. (...) A key element is the government-owned incumbent, Telebrás, and its revitalization through an injection of funding to effectively create an additional player in the wholesale market. The role of the regulator ANATEL is also well specified.
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Score: 883639.55 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/treg...band/MinicasestudyBBBrazil.pdf
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Press Releases 2000 Site map  Home About UNECE Programmes Information Meetings Contact Us United Nations Economic Commission for Europe Press Releases 2000 [Index]       Press Release ECE/TRADE/00/7 Geneva, 28 April 2000   Forum on E-Commerce for Transition Economies in the Digital Age 19 and 20 June 2000, Palais des Nations, Geneva The United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UN/ECE), in collaboration with the European Electronic Messaging Association (EEMA), will hold a two-day Forum on E-Commerce for Transition Economies in the Digital Age on 19 and 20 June 2000 in Geneva. The objectives of the Forum are to: promote the development of the Internet and electronic commerce in transition economies; review the Internet infrastructure and prospects for new business services in the countries of central and eastern Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS); consider the potential of electronic commerce for small and medium-sized enterprises; identify the needs for capacity building. (...) Ministers and high-ranking government officials from several UN/ECE member States will explain their national policies and programmes on e-commerce. Key players in the industry both at the global and regional level will discuss the future of the Digital Economy and its implications for transition economies. (...) They will also meet international business leaders with years of experience; and the major players in electronic commerce who will set the pace for the future.
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Score: 878921.6 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DAM/press/pr2000/00trad7e.htm
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Cloud computing was considered for several years as service-centric IT and controlled by Internet players. However, telecommunication players have an important role to play in the emerging cloud computing market and ecosystem. As cloud services are delivered through telecommunication networks, telecommunication players should guarantee a high assurance level. Strong but flexible security protection will be a key enabler for the whole cloud market and eco-system. (...) Developing Recommendations to identify assurance mechanisms, audit technologies, risk assessment with the objective of achieving trustworthy relationships within the cloud computing ecosystem.
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Score: 878858.8 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-T/studygroups/com17/sg17-q8.html
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September 2004: Polkomtel introduces 3 G services Operators 1. 3 market players: - PTC: operates under the brand „ERA”, over 6 million clients (shareholders: Deutsche Telekom, Elektrim, Vivendi Universal), - Centertel: operates under the brand „IDEA”, over 6 million clients (shareholders: Telekomunikacja Polska S.A., France Telecom) - Polkomtel: operates under the brand „PLUS”, over 6 million clients (shareholders: KGHM, PKN Orlen, PSE S.A., Weglokoks, Tele-energo, Vodafone, TeleDanmark). 2. (...) Results of analysis: weak buyers, no threat of substitutes, barriers to entry for new players, low level of rivalry. Is the Polish mobile telecommunications market an oligopoly then? (...) Official concept of tender presented on 15 September 2004: - preservation of competition conditions and amount declared by the candidate for a reservation of the frequency band as crucial criteria of the offers’ assessment, - preferences for offers from players who do not possess the right to use 1800 MHz frequencies and UMTS band (and are not associated with such entities), - Candidates for GSM 1800 operators will have to provide a network construction schedule during the tender procedure, - the tender proceedings are to start already in 2004 and finish in May 2005. 3.
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Score: 878858.8 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/fina...-04/zielinski-presentation.pdf
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Proactive measures and exchanges with all players in the value chain in the sector (start-ups, competition hubs, manufacturers, operators, as well as users) are thus key elements for knowing and understanding the emerging ecosystem. (...) As regards IP addresses, the success of the Internet, the diversity of usages, and the proliferation of connected objects have resulted in the progressive depletion of IPv4 addresses. (...) ARCEP has launched a number of ongoing projects such as the “5G pilot projects” interface enabling all players in the 5G value chain to learn about specific cases of use and future challenges of this next generation under real-life conditions, and to allocate frequencies to interested players for the purpose of full-scale deployments and obtain initial feedback to aid reflection and design of future ARCEP allocations; a “start-ups and experiments” interface to support start-ups, enterprises and communities in their experimental initiatives; a regulatory “sandpit” for enterprises wishing to test a given technology or innovative service without being bound by all the regulations that would normally apply; and a “free frequencies” site dedicated to bands subject to general authorization for informing stakeholders and for hosting information provided by IoT stakeholders or for reporting on quality of service issues in these bands.
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Score: 878151.9 - https://www.itu.int/net4/ITU-D...ontributions/ARCEP_English.pdf
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THE TARGET GROUPS mailto:shabableshabab@gmail.com The side event will target key stakeholders including ministries of Agriculture, Environment, Gender, Education, Health and parliamentarians and youth representative from CSOs, Youth Union and UN agencies GOAL AND OBJECTIVES The main goal aim of this event is rooted in Agenda 2063 advocating for an integrated, Healthy, Inclusive, prosperous and peaceful Africa, driven by its own citizens and representing a dynamic force in international arena. OBJECTIVES 1. An open space for the exchange of cutting-edge ideas, experiences and lessons learned in the implementation of the 2030 Agenda and Agenda 2063 2. sharing best practices and innovative perspectives for achieving the SDGs 3. strengthen partnerships and the means of Goal implementation between stakeholders, partners and key players
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Score: 877947 - https://www.uneca.org/sites/de...e%20Event%20concept%20note.pdf
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Coordination at global and country levels To achieve its objective of harmonization, the project will interlink existing national and international coordination mechanisms related to teacher policies such as the Local Education Group or the network of focal points of the International Task Force on Teachers. (...) These will be followed by country assessments to be conducted based on a methodology jointly defined by all partners. Their objective is to analyse existing teacher policies, identify gaps and map other on-going teacher-related initiatives, and identify relevant key stakeholders at national level. The findings of the country assessments will inform the formulation of national priorities for the development of new, or the strengthening of existing, teacher policies and will identify areas for collaboration among the project partners and other key players thus ensuring an inclusive and coordinated country-level process.
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Score: 877248.4 - https://en.unesco.org/themes/teachers/nti
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