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20 January 1971 JAMAICA - MARGINS OF PREFERENCE Report of the Panel adopted on 2 February 1971 (L/3485 - 18S/183) 1. (...) The Panel noted that on 6 August 1962, Jamaica achieved independence. On the sponsorship of the United Kingdom the Recommendation providing for the de facto application of the General Agreement in relations with newly-independent States became applicable to Jamaica (L/1823). (...) Jamaica had never contemplated becoming party to any agreement in a manner that would impinge on its rights and obligations before independence. 9. Paragraph 4 of Article I was in the view of the Jamaican representative a standstill agreement freezing the margins of preference for the signatories and did not apply to countries which were not contracting parties.
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Microsoft Word - 001 CIS agreement 1996 AGREEMENT ON THE RULES OF DETERMINING THE ORIGIN OF GOODS OF DEVELOPING COUNTRIES WHEN GRANTING TARIFF PREFERENCES WITHIN THE GENERAL SYSTEM OF PREFERENCES (MOSCOW, APRIL 12, 1996) Also see the Decision on the Rules of Determining the Country of Origin of Goods (Moscow, September 24, 1993) See also Decision of the Council of the Heads of Governments of the Commonwealth of Independent States of November 30, 2000 on the Rules for Determining the Country of Origin of Goods The Governments of the Commonwealth member-states, hereinafter referred to as the Contracting Parties, considering the Foundations of the Customs Legislations of the member-states of the Commonwealth of Independent States of February 10, 1995, proceeding from the Agreement on Cooperation and Mutual Assistance in Customs Matters of April 15, 1994, aiming at the standardization of forms of customs documentation and seeking to simplify customs procedures, have agreed as follows: Article 1 To carry out measures for the creation of a standard regulatory and legal framework for determining the origin of goods of developing countries the Contracting Parties accept the Rules of Determining the Origin of Goods of Developing Countries When Granting Tariff Preferences Within the General System of Preferences, being an integral part of this Agreement. (...) The Executive Secretariat of the Commonwealth of Independent States shall be the depositary of this Agreement. (...) Marchuk Appendix to the Agreement on the Rules of Determining the Origin of Goods of Developing Countries When Granting Tariff Preferences Within the General System of Preferences of April 12, 1996 RULES OF DETERMINING THE ORIGIN OF GOODS OF DEVELOPING COUNTRIES WHEN GRANTING TARIFF PREFERENCES WITHIN THE GENERAL SYSTEM OF PREFERENCES 1.
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Currently, each endpoint declares each optional capability independently. The MCU performs a logical AND of all the capabilities to arrive at a common mode. (...) Optional modes in H.263/H.263+ should be implemented independently so turning them on and off independently should not increase complexity nor inhibit testability. (...) The development of “preferred” mode combinations is likely to reflect the preferences of the implementors rather than the needs of the customer.
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Series Supplements Title Q WP Meeting Date & AAP Approval Announcement (for Recs) EDITOR Q.50.2 (New) DCME control protocol over IP networks 10/11 3/11 SG 11 (Nov. 2002) AAP 46 Nobuyuki Masai KDDI Corporation, JAPAN Tel: +81-3-3347-7414 Fax: +81-3-3347-7418 Email: no-masai@kddi.com Q.115.0 (New) Control protocols for Signal Network Processing equipment/Functions (SPNE) 10/11 3/11 SG 11 (Nov. 2002) AAP 46 Peter Goldstein Siemens Switzerland Ltd Tel: +41 585 583 884 E-mail: Peter.goldstein@ties.itu.int Q.115.1 (New) Logic for the control Echo control devices/functions 10/11 3/11 SG 11 (Nov. 2002) AAP 46 Peter Goldstein Siemens Switzerland Ltd Tel: +41 585 583 884 E-mail: peter.goldstein@ties.itu.int Q.1922.4 (New) Interaction between BICC and INAP CS4 11/11 3/11 SG 11 (Nov. 2002) AAP 46 Markus Dahms Tel: +49 30 386 26508 Fax: +49 30 386 25305 E-mail Markus.Dahms@icn.siemen s.de Q.1950 (Revised) Bearer Independent Call- Bearer Control Protocol 11/11 3/11 SG 11 (Nov. 2002) AAP 46 Christian Groves LM Ericsson Australia Tel: +61 3 9301 6116 Fax: +61 3 9301 3887 Email: Christian.Groves@ericsson. com.au Q.931(05/98) Amendment 1 (New) Extensions for the Support of Digital Multiplexing Equipment 12/11 3/11 SG 11 (Nov. 2002) AAP 46 Tetsuo Nishizawa KDDI Corporation JAPAN Tel: +81-3-3347-7406 Fax: +81-3-3347-7418 Email: nisizawa@kddi.com Q.761 (12/99) Amendment 2 (New) Support for the International Emergency Preference Scheme 11 & 12/11 3/11 SG 11 (Nov. 2002) AAP 46 Wilfried Lange, Reg TP Germany Tel: +49 6131 18 2230 Fax: +49 6131 18 5608 Email: wilfried.lange@regtp.de Q.762 (12/99) Amendment 1 (New) Support for the International Emergency Preference Scheme 11 & 12/11 3/11 SG 11 (Nov. 2002) AAP 46 Wilfried Lange, Reg TP Germany Tel: +49 6131 18 2230 Fax: +49 6131 18 5608 Email: wilfried.lange@regtp.de ITU-T Recommendations & Q. Series Supplements Title Q WP Meeting Date & AAP Approval Announcement (for Recs) EDITOR Q.763 (12/99) Amendment 2 (New) Support for the International Emergency Preference Scheme 11 & 12/11 3/11 SG 11 (Nov. 2002) AAP 46 Wilfried Lange, Reg TP Germany Tel: +49 6131 18 2230 Fax: +49 6131 18 5608 Email: wilfried.lange@regtp.de Q.764 (12/99) Amendment 2 (New) Support for the International Emergency Preference Scheme 11 & 12/11 3/11 SG 11 (Nov. 2002) AAP 46 Wilfried Lange, Reg TP Germany Tel: +49 6131 18 2230 Fax: +49 6131 18 5608 Email: wilfried.lange@regtp.de Q.767 (02/91) Amendment 1 (New) Support for the International Emergency Preference Scheme 11 & 12/11 3/11 SG 11 (Nov. 2002) AAP 46 Wilfried Lange, Reg TP Germany Tel: +49 6131 18 2230 Fax: +49 6131 18 5608 Email: wilfried.lange@regtp.de Q.1902.1 (07/01) Amendment 1 (New) Support for the International Emergency Preference Scheme 11 & 12/11 3/11 SG 11 (Nov. 2002) AAP 46 Wilfried Lange, Reg TP Germany Tel: +49 6131 18 2230 Fax: +49 6131 18 5608 Email: wilfried.lange@regtp.de Q.1902.2 (07/01) Amendment 1 (New) Support for the International Emergency Preference Scheme 11 & 12/11 3/11 SG 11 (Nov. 2002) AAP 46 Wilfried Lange, Reg TP Germany Tel: +49 6131 18 2230 Fax: +49 6131 18 5608 Email: wilfried.lange@regtp.de Q.1902.3 (07/01) Amendment 1 (New) Support for the International Emergency Preference Scheme 11 & 12/11 3/11 SG 11 (Nov. 2002) AAP 46 Wilfried Lange, Reg TP Germany Tel: +49 6131 18 2230 Fax: +49 6131 18 5608 Email: wilfried.lange@regtp.de Q.1902.4 (07/01) Amendment 1 (New) Support for the International Emergency Preference Scheme 11 & 12/11 3/11 SG 11 (Nov. 2002) AAP 46 Wilfried Lange, Reg TP Germany Tel: +49 6131 18 2230 Fax: +49 6131 18 5608 Email: wilfried.lange@regtp.de ITU-T Recommendations & Q. Series Supplements Title Q WP Meeting Date & AAP Approval Announcement (for Recs) EDITOR Q.2761 (12/99) Amendment 1 (New) Support for the International Emergency Preference Scheme 11 & 12/11 3/11 SG 11 (Nov. 2002) AAP 46 Wilfried Lange, Reg TP Germany Tel: +49 6131 18 2230 Fax: +49 6131 18 5608 Email: wilfried.lange@regtp.de Q.2762 (12/99) Amendment 1 (New) Support for the International Emergency Preference Scheme 11 & 12/11 3/11 SG 11 (Nov. 2002) AAP 46 Wilfried Lange, Reg TP Germany Tel: +49 6131 18 2230 Fax: +49 6131 18 5608 Email: wilfried.lange@regtp.de Q.2763 (12/99) Amendment 1 (New) Support for the International Emergency Preference Scheme 11 & 12/11 3/11 SG 11 (Nov. 2002) AAP 46 Wilfried Lange, Reg TP Germany Tel: +49 6131 18 2230 Fax: +49 6131 18 5608 Email: wilfried.lange@regtp.de Q.2764 (12/99) Amendment 1 (New) Support for the International Emergency Preference Scheme 11 & 12/11 3/11 SG 11 (Nov. 2002) AAP 46 Wilfried Lange, Reg TP Germany Tel: +49 6131 18 2230 Fax: +49 6131 18 5608 Email: wilfried.lange@regtp.de Q.2150.3 (New) Signalling Transport Converter on SCTP 13/11 4/11 SG 11 (Nov. 2002) AAP 46 Ian Rytina, Ericsson Ltd UK Tel: +44 1444 238848 Fax: +44 1444 234234 Email: ian.rytina@ericsson.com Q.2220 (former Q.tisccp) (New) Transport-Independent Signalling Connection Control Part (TI-SCCP) 13/11 4/11 SG 11 (Nov. 2002) AAP 46 Dr.
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Series Supplements Title Q WP Meeting Date & AAP  Approval Announcement (for Recs) EDITOR Q.50.2 (New) DCME control protocol over IP networks 10/11 3/11 SG 11 (Nov. 2002) AAP 46 Nobuyuki Masai KDDI Corporation, JAPAN Tel: +81-3-3347-7414 Fax: +81-3-3347-7418 Email: no-masai@kddi.com Q.115.0 (New) Control protocols for Signal Network Processing equipment/Functions (SPNE) 10/11 3/11 SG 11 (Nov. 2002) AAP 46 Peter Goldstein Siemens Switzerland Ltd Tel:  +41 585 583 884 E-mail: Peter.goldstein@ties.itu.int Q.115.1 (New) Logic for the control Echo control devices/functions 10/11 3/11 SG 11 (Nov. 2002) AAP 46 Peter Goldstein Siemens Switzerland Ltd Tel: +41 585 583 884 E-mail: peter.goldstein@ties.itu.int Q.1922.4 (New) Interaction between BICC and  INAP CS4 11/11 3/11 SG 11 (Nov. 2002) AAP 46 Markus Dahms Tel: +49 30 386 26508 Fax: +49 30 386 25305 E-mail  Markus.Dahms@icn.siemens.de Q.1950 (Revised) Bearer Independent Call-Bearer Control Protocol 11/11 3/11 SG 11  (Nov. 2002) AAP 46 Christian Groves LM Ericsson Australia Tel: +61 3 9301 6116 Fax: +61 3 9301 3887 Email: Christian.Groves@ericsson.com.au Q.931(05/98) Amendment 1 (New) Extensions for the Support of Digital Multiplexing Equipment 12/11 3/11 SG 11 (Nov. 2002) AAP 46 Tetsuo Nishizawa KDDI Corporation JAPAN Tel: +81-3-3347-7406 Fax: +81-3-3347-7418 Email: nisizawa@kddi.com Q.761 (12/99) Amendment 2 (New) Support for the International Emergency Preference Scheme 11 & 12/11 3/11 SG 11 (Nov. 2002) AAP 46 Wilfried Lange, Reg TP Germany Tel: +49 6131 18 2230 Fax: +49 6131 18 5608 Email: wilfried.lange@regtp.de Q.762 (12/99) Amendment 1 (New) Support for the International Emergency Preference Scheme 11 & 12/11 3/11 SG 11 (Nov. 2002) AAP 46 Wilfried Lange, Reg TP Germany Tel: +49 6131 18 2230 Fax: +49 6131 18 5608 Email: wilfried.lange@regtp.de Q.763 (12/99) Amendment 2 (New) Support for the International Emergency Preference Scheme 11 & 12/11 3/11 SG 11 (Nov. 2002) AAP 46 Wilfried Lange, Reg TP Germany Tel: +49 6131 18 2230 Fax: +49 6131 18 5608 Email: wilfried.lange@regtp.de Q.764 (12/99) Amendment 2 (New) Support for the International Emergency Preference Scheme 11 & 12/11 3/11 SG 11 (Nov. 2002) AAP 46 Wilfried Lange, Reg TP Germany Tel: +49 6131 18 2230 Fax: +49 6131 18 5608 Email: wilfried.lange@regtp.de Q.767 (02/91) Amendment 1 (New) Support for the International Emergency Preference Scheme 11 & 12/11 3/11 SG 11 (Nov. 2002) AAP 46 Wilfried Lange, Reg TP Germany Tel: +49 6131 18 2230 Fax: +49 6131 18 5608 Email: wilfried.lange@regtp.de Q.1902.1 (07/01) Amendment 1 (New) Support for the International Emergency Preference Scheme 11 & 12/11 3/11 SG 11 (Nov. 2002) AAP 46 Wilfried Lange, Reg TP Germany Tel: +49 6131 18 2230 Fax: +49 6131 18 5608 Email: wilfried.lange@regtp.de Q.1902.2 (07/01) Amendment 1 (New) Support for the International Emergency Preference Scheme 11 & 12/11 3/11 SG 11 (Nov. 2002) AAP 46 Wilfried Lange, Reg TP Germany Tel: +49 6131 18 2230 Fax: +49 6131 18 5608 Email: wilfried.lange@regtp.de Q.1902.3 (07/01) Amendment 1 (New) Support for the International Emergency Preference Scheme 11 & 12/11 3/11 SG 11 (Nov. 2002) AAP 46 Wilfried Lange, Reg TP Germany Tel:  +49 6131 18 2230 Fax: +49 6131 18 5608 Email: wilfried.lange@regtp.de Q.1902.4 (07/01) Amendment 1 (New) Support for the International Emergency Preference Scheme 11 & 12/11 3/11 SG 11 (Nov. 2002) AAP 46 Wilfried Lange, Reg TP Germany Tel: +49 6131 18 2230 Fax: +49 6131 18 5608 Email: wilfried.lange@regtp.de Q.2761 (12/99) Amendment 1 (New) Support for the International Emergency Preference Scheme 11 & 12/11 3/11 SG 11 (Nov. 2002) AAP 46 Wilfried Lange, Reg TP Germany Tel: +49 6131 18 2230 Fax: +49 6131 18 5608 Email: wilfried.lange@regtp.de Q.2762 (12/99) Amendment 1 (New) Support for the International Emergency Preference Scheme 11 & 12/11 3/11 SG 11 (Nov. 2002) AAP 46 Wilfried Lange, Reg TP Germany Tel: +49 6131 18 2230 Fax: +49 6131 18 5608 Email: wilfried.lange@regtp.de Q.2763 (12/99) Amendment 1 (New) Support for the International Emergency Preference Scheme 11 & 12/11 3/11 SG 11 (Nov. 2002) AAP 46 Wilfried Lange, Reg TP Germany Tel: +49 6131 18 2230 Fax: +49 6131 18 5608 Email: wilfried.lange@regtp.de Q.2764 (12/99) Amendment 1 (New) Support for the International Emergency Preference Scheme 11 & 12/11 3/11 SG 11 (Nov. 2002) AAP 46 Wilfried Lange, Reg TP Germany Tel: +49 6131 18 2230 Fax: +49 6131 18 5608 Email: wilfried.lange@regtp.de Q.2150.3 (New) Signalling Transport Converter on SCTP 13/11 4/11 SG 11 (Nov. 2002) AAP 46 Ian Rytina, Ericsson Ltd UK Tel: +44 1444 238848 Fax: +44 1444 234234 Email: ian.rytina@ericsson.com Q.2220 (former Q.tisccp) (New) Transport-Independent Signalling Connection Control Part (TI-SCCP) 13/11 4/11 SG 11 (Nov. 2002) AAP 46 Dr. Pietro Schicker Swisscom Ltd.,  Switzerland Tel: +41 1 938 1555 Email: schicker@scicon.ch Q Supp 40, (New)   Technical Report: Reference Document on API/Object Interfae Between Network Control and Application Layer 4/11 1/11 SG 11 (Nov. 2002) Kenichiro Matsumoto NTT Corporation Japan Tel: +81 422 59 4080 Fax: +81 422 60 4012 Email: matsumoto.kenichiro@lab.ntt.co.jp Q Supp 41, TRQ.2003 (New) Technical Report TRQ.2003: Roadmap to the BICC protocol recommendations, BICC interworking recommendations, and BICC requirement supplements 9/11 2/11 SG 11 (Nov. 2002) Pieter Veenstra KPN The Netherlands Tel: +31.70.3439121 Fax: +31.70.3436479 Email: p.k.veenstra@kpn.com Q Supp 32, TRQ.2002 (Replacement) Technical Report TRQ.2141.1: Signalling requirements for the support of Narrowband Services via Broadband Transport Technologies, CS-2 Signalling Flows 9/11 2/11 SG 11 ( Nov. 2002) Christian Groves LM Ericsson Australia Tel: +61 3 9301 6116 Fax: +61 3 9301 3887 Email: Christian.Groves@ericsson.com.au Q Supp 9, TRQ.2000 (Replacement) Technical Report TRQ.2000: Roadmap for the TRQ.2xxx-series technical reports 9/11 2/11 SG 11 ( Nov. 2002) Dick Knight BT UK Tel: +44 1728 684061 Fax: +44 1728 684062 Email: dick.rr.knight@bt.com Q.1901 Corrigendum 1 (New) Bearer independent call control protocol 11/11 3/11 SG11 (18.02 – 01.03 02) AAP 29 Steve Norreys BT UK Tel: +44 207843 5189 Fax: +44 207843 6557 Email: steve.noreys@bt.com Q.1902.3 Corrigendum 1 (New) Bearer independent call control protocol (CS2) and signalling system No.7 – ISDN user part formats and codes. 11/11 3/11 SG11 (18.02 – 01.03 02) AAP 29 Steve Norreys BT UK Tel: +44 207843 5189 Fax: +44 207843 6557 Email: steve.noreys@bt.com Q.1902.4 Corrigendum 1 (New) Bearer independent call control protocol – basic call procedures 11/11 3/11 SG11 (18.02 – 01.03 02) AAP 29 Steve Norreys BT UK Tel: +44 207843 5189 Fax: +44 207843 6557 Email: steve.noreys@bt.com Q.1930 (New) BICC Access Network Protocol 11/11 3/11 SG11 (18.02 – 01.03 02) AAP 29 Mike Tisiker SBC Communications Tel: +1 734-523-7760 Fax: +1 734-523-2562 E-mail: mike.tisiker@ameritech.com Q.2111 Amendment 2 (New)  API for SSCOPMCE over Ethernet 13/11 4/11 SG11 (18.02 – 01.03 02) AAP 29 Greg Ratta Tel: +1 732 5308402 Fax: +1 732 949 1196 Email. g ratta@lucent.com Q.715 (Revised) Signalling connection control part user guide 13/11 4/11 SG11 (18.02 – 01.03 02) AAP 29 Russell Scott Marconi Communications U.K.
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This document contains a proposed draft of a list of preferred mode combinations, structured into five “levels” of support. (...) Therefore, its full support can only be considered a preferred mode of operation for codecs with the highest level of capability. (...) Therefore, it can only be considered a preferred mode of operation for codecs with the highest level of capability.
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FOPL process Process • Considering the options – Historical considerations – Regional context – Regulatory context • Support from public health – Independent groups - NGOs – Academics Scientific evidence to support a system • Consultation with stakeholders Industry interference Direct Selection of the preferred otion Selection of the criteria: nutrients & basis of calculation Alternative systems to consider Agri ministry parliament Academic COI scientific studies Anticipate Reformulation Evaluation • Uptake – Voluntary schemes • Consumer response – Preference • Awareness – Performance • Impact on purchases • Modelling impact on intakes and health • Reformulation – Data collection tools Network • Sharing best practices – Data collection tools – Scientific studies protocol &results • Preference • Performance – Handling industry • Private-public partnerships • Fighting interference • Challenges ahead for countries early in their process – Consumer awareness & trust – Regular update of the criteria Challenges • Harmonization ?
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Some delegations opposed this proposal as, in their view, it is for the Council to decide, after consideration of specific situations, whether the matter should be discussed publicly. 32. Two delegations preferred a one stage procedure. One was in favour of having only one expert working group in order to enhance the independence of the process; while the other preferred that the actual functions of the current Working Group on Communications (e.g. the screening of communications based on clear criteria and the strict application of the admissibility criteria) be in future performed by the Secretariat. (...) Another delegate expressed preference for a single expert body, working in an objective and independent manner, and with a legal approach to complaints; however, if there was agreement on two stages, it was suggested that the relevant bodies be of mixed composition (both State representatives and independent experts) – taking the Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues as an example. 33. (...) One delegation, while indicating that it did not have a set preference, was against a five-year term. Another one, while flexible and ready to accept a three-year term, preferred 4 years.
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 Page 429 - 5G Basics - Core Network Aspects           Basic HTML Version Table of Contents View Full Version Page 429 - 5G Basics - Core Network Aspects P. 429 Core network aspects 1 6.2.1 End users' perspective • Converged services that function consistently independent of the access technology or terminal device being used with associated, reduced complexity of telecommunications operation and subscription. • Convenient access to and usage of a wide range of services of multiple service providers through technology that enables easy configuration, allowing an end user to obtain only one bill if so desired by this end user, even when multiple service providers are involved. • Seamless service experiences, whenever desired and wherever the end user may be, limited only by the capabilities of the access technology and the terminal device being used, and with the expectation that the end user will have access to multiple terminal devices with different ranges of capabilities. 6.2.2 Service providers' perspective • Ability to offer a wide range of services. • Simplified network deployment and operation through the ability to offer access and terminal device independent services, as opposed to having to provide multiple access-specific and terminal device-specific instances of the same service. • Ability to reuse the fixed-line assets from traditional fixed service providers and mixed service providers in an FMC context. • Ability to provide better coverage and QoS to end users compared to traditional mobile service providers in an FMC context. 7 Fundamental characteristics of FMC The following points describe the fundamental characteristics of FMC: • Consistency of user experience is provided through a generic service delivery environment, which satisfies the needs of the fixed network and of the mobile network. (...) Services are supported in all existing and emerging fixed and mobile access technologies where possible and subject to user preferences. Service registration, triggering and execution adapt to network and terminal device capabilities. The user's availability, reachability, and the terminal device's capabilities are perceptible to network functions, and as needed to services and applications, including those provided by a third party; assuming that FMC respects – the user's privacy and privacy-sensitive data (e.g., address book, preferences, presence settings, billing/payment settings and other security settings) contained in the user's profile, – the user's personal preferences (e.g., availability, reachability), and – the terminal's device capabilities; and adequately protects this information – against loss of privacy and loss of confidentiality, – against unauthorized access, and – against unauthorized manipulation; during storage and/or during communication within and beyond a service provider's domain. 419     424     425     426     427     428     429     430     431     432     433     434          
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