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If you are requesting one of these spaces, please indicate below if you intend to bring your own display that meets the requirements outlined in the Exhibition Information document: Yes: No: · Location Indicate your preferred exhibition space number(s) as shown on the floor plan ( click here to download): 1st choice: 2nd choice: 3rd choice: 3.
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Score: 1144407 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...y2014-ExhibitorBookingForm.doc
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These findings combined, informed the decision to update the 2019 guidelines. Making ‘informed’ choices In 2019, 82 low- and middle-income countries reported that they would be transitioning to DTG-based HIV treatment regimens. (...) “As for any medications, informed choice is important”, WHO stressed. “Every treatment decision needs to be based on an informed discussion with the health provider weighing the benefits and potential risks”. Because WHO underscores the significance of providing information and options to help women make an informed choice, it has convened an advisory group of women living with HIV from diverse backgrounds to advise on policy issues.
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Score: 1143792 - https://news.un.org/en/story/2019/07/1043021
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Long-acting injectable products have also been found to be acceptable and sometimes preferred in studies examining community PrEP preferences. (...) WHO is working with Unitaid and other partners to develop implementation science projects to answer outstanding safety issues, implementation challenges, and understand people's preferences for CAB-LA among other HIV prevention choices. (...) WHO will continue to support prevention choices. CAB-LA increases the options available and should always be offered alongside oral PrEP.
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Score: 1138638.5 - https://www.who.int/news/item/...abotegravir-for-hiv-prevention
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If you are requesting one of these spaces, please indicate below if you intend to bring your own display that meets the requirements outlined in the Exhibition Information document: Yes: No: · Location Indicate your preferred exhibition space number(s) as shown on the floor plan ( click here to download): 1st choice: 2nd choice: 3rd choice: 3.
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Score: 1137343.6 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...S2013-ExhibitorBookingForm.doc
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. · Size Indicate below the size of the exhibition space you require: Single exhibition space 10×10 feet (3×3 metres): Single exhibition space 8×8 feet (2.5×2.5 metres): Double exhibition space (indicate 10×20 feet [3×6 metres] or 8×16 feet [2.5×5 metres]): If you are requesting a 10×10 feet (3×3 metres) exhibition space or two adjoining exhibition spaces, please indicate below if you intend to bring your own display as companies renting these spaces are not obliged to order an ICAO-authorised booth: Yes: No: · Location Indicate your preferred exhibition space number(s) as shown on the floor plan: 1st choice: 2nd choice: 3rd choice: · Confirmation If the requested exhibition space is still available, ICAO will confirm the booking by return e-mail or facsimile.
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Score: 1137343.6 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...Exhibitor%20Booking%20Form.doc
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At these meetings, he had informed delegations that the Mexican Government's own preference for dates would be the period of mid-September to mid-October, and also that Mexico had been considering the two sites of Acapulco and Cancún for holding this meeting. He had also indicated that Mexico's choice of the September-October period had to do with practical considerations, since at both of the sites under consideration, Members would run into either the domestic or the foreign tourist season on either side of the September-October period. (...) The General Council took note of the statements and of Mexico's choice of Cancún as the site for the Fifth Session, and agreed that the Fifth Session would be held on 10-14 September 2003.
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Score: 1135785.4 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...min03_minutes_meet_dates_e.htm
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Reasons people use telehealth (an overarching term for all of these services) include • continuity of care when they move around a lot, • living and working somewhere where therapists are not physically present, • when the locally available services are not preferred (e.g., language, culture or preferred gender of therapist is not available), • some people just find it more convenient. (...) Ideally, staff anywhere in the world can consult a mental health professional of their choice. Telehealth is about increasing options and choices. (...) Anyone who has limited options for support due to location or otherwise prefers to consult doctors or therapists online can benefit from telehealth.
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Score: 1135785.4 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.u...external_resources_oct2019.pdf
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Reasons people use telehealth (an overarching term for all of these services) include • continuity of care when they move around a lot, • living and working somewhere where therapists are not physically present, • when the locally available services are not preferred (e.g., language, culture or preferred gender of therapist is not available), • some people just find it more convenient. (...) Ideally, staff anywhere in the world can consult a mental health professional of their choice. Telehealth is about increasing options and choices. (...) Anyone who has limited options for support due to location or otherwise prefers to consult doctors or therapists online can benefit from telehealth.
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Score: 1135785.4 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.u...external_resources_oct2019.pdf
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OpenLogicalChannel ::=SEQUENCE { forwardLogicalChannelNumber LogicalChannelNumber, forwardLogicalChannelParameters SEQUENCE { portNumber INTEGER (0..65535) OPTIONAL, dataType DataType, multiplexParameters CHOICE { h222LogicalChannelParameters H222LogicalChannelParameters, h223LogicalChannelParameters H223LogicalChannelParameters, v76LogicalChannelParameters V76LogicalChannelParameters, ..., h2250LogicalChannelParameters H2250LogicalChannelParameters, h223AnnexALogicalChannelParameters H223AnnexALogicalChannelParameters }, ... }, -- Used to specify the reverse channel for bi-directional open request reverseLogicalChannelParameters SEQUENCE { dataType DataType, multiplexParameters CHOICE { -- H.222 parameters are never present in reverse direction h223LogicalChannelParameters H223LogicalChannelParameters, v76LogicalChannelParameters V76LogicalChannelParameters, ..., h2250LogicalChannelParameters H2250LogicalChannelParameters, h223AnnexALogicalChannelParameters H223AnnexALogicalChannelParameters } OPTIONAL, -- Not present for H.222 ... } OPTIONAL, -- Not present for uni-directional channel request ..., separateStack NetworkAccessParameters OPTIONAL -- for Open responder to establish the stack } ( ASN.1 deleted ) DataType ::=CHOICE { nonStandard NonStandardParameter, nullData NULL, videoData VideoCapability, audioData AudioCapability, data DataApplicationCapability, encryptionData EncryptionMode, ... } ( ASN.1 deleted ) H2250LogicalChannelParameters ::=SEQUENCE { nonStandard SEQUENCE OF NonStandardParameter OPTIONAL, sessionID INTEGER(0..255), associatedSessionID INTEGER(1..255) OPTIONAL, mediaChannel TransportAddress OPTIONAL, mediaGuaranteedDelivery BOOLEAN OPTIONAL, mediaControlChannel TransportAddress OPTIONAL, -- reverse RTCP channel mediaControlGuaranteedDelivery BOOLEAN OPTIONAL, silenceSuppression BOOLEAN OPTIONAL, destination TerminalLabel OPTIONAL, dynamicRTPPayloadType INTEGER(96..127) OPTIONAL, mediaPacketization CHOICE { h261aVideoPacketization NULL, ... } OPTIONAL, ..., redundancyEncoding RedundancyEncoding OPTIONAL } RedundancyEncoding ::= SEQUENCE { redundancyEncodingMethod RedundancyEncodingMethod, secondaryEncoding DataType, -- depends on method ... } ( ASN.1 deleted ) H223AnnexALogicalChannelParameters ::=SEQUENCE { adaptationLayertype CHOICE { nonStandard NonStandardParameter, al1M AL1MParameters, al2M NULL, -- al2M is without parameters al3M AL3MParameters, ... }, segmentableFlag BOOLEAN, ... } OpenLogicalChannelAck ::=SEQUENCE { forwardLogicalChannelNumber LogicalChannelNumber, reverseLogicalChannelParameters SEQUENCE { reverseLogicalChannelNumber LogicalChannelNumber, portNumber INTEGER (0..65535) OPTIONAL, multiplexParameters CHOICE { h222LogicalChannelParameters H222LogicalChannelParameters, -- H.223 parameters are never present in reverse direction ..., h2250LogicalChannelParameters H2250LogicalChannelParameters } OPTIONAL, -- Not present for H.223 ... } OPTIONAL, -- Not present for uni-directional channel request ..., separateStack NetworkAccessParameters OPTIONAL, -- for Open requester to establish the stack forwardMultiplexAckParameters CHOICE { -- H.222 parameters are never present in the Ack -- H.223 parameters are never present in the Ack --V.76 parameters are never present in the Ack h2250LogicalChannelAckParameters H2250LogicalChannelAckParameters, ... } OPTIONAL } OpenLogicalChannelReject ::=SEQUENCE { forwardLogicalChannelNumber LogicalChannelNumber, cause CHOICE { unspecified NULL, unsuitableReverseParameters NULL, dataTypeNotSupported NULL, dataTypeNotAvailable NULL, unknownDataType NULL, dataTypeALCombinationNotSupported NULL, ..., multicastChannelNotAllowed NULL, insufficientBandwidth NULL, separateStackEstablishmentFailed NULL, invalidSessionID NULL }, ... } OpenLogicalChannelConfirm ::=SEQUENCE { forwardLogicalChannelNumber LogicalChannelNumber, ... } H2250LogicalChannelAckParameters ::=SEQUENCE { nonStandard SEQUENCE OF NonStandardParameter OPTIONAL, sessionID INTEGER(1..255) OPTIONAL, mediaChannel TransportAddress OPTIONAL, mediaControlChannel TransportAddress OPTIONAL, -- forward RTCP channel dynamicRTPPayloadType INTEGER(96..127) OPTIONAL, -- used only by the master -- or MC ... } ( ASN.1 deleted ) -- =================================================================================== -- Request mode definitions -- =================================================================================== -- RequestMode is a list, in order or preference, of modes that a terminal would like -- to have transmitted to it. (...) It is a list, in order or preference (most preferable first), of modes that the terminal would like to receive. (...) It indicates the type of elementary stream that is requested and optionally how it is requested to be multiplexed. type is used to indicate the type of elementary stream that is requested. It is a choice of VideoMode, AudioMode, DataMode, and EncryptionMode. h223ModeParameters is used to indicate parameters specific to using H.223 [SEQ reference h223_refFehler!
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Score: 1135673.3 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...997-2000/9702_Bos/AVC-1164.doc
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WTO | Appellate Body Repertory of Reports and Awards 1995-2010 WORLD TRADE ORGANIZATION Home   |  About WTO   |  News & events   |  Trade topics   |  WTO membership   |  Documents & resources   |  External relations Contact us   |  Site map   |  A-Z   |  Search español     français home > trade topics > dispute settlement > appellate body > repertory > index e-h SUBJECT INDEX BY CASE: ARBITRATION AWARDS UNDER ARTICLE 21.3(c) OF THE DSU E-H   Index:  A-B    C-D   E-H   I   J   K-T   U-Z ON THIS PAGE: >  EC — Bananas III >  EC — Chicken Cuts >  EC — Export Subsidies on Sugar >  EC — Hormones >  EC — Hormones >  EC — Tariff Preferences   EC — Bananas III ( WT/DS27/15 )     back to top implementation of DSB recommendations and rulings (DSU 21), impracticality of immediate compliance / reasonable period of time (DSU 21.3, chapeau), “reasonable period”, complexity of implementation process ARB.5 .4.1   EC — Chicken Cuts ( WT/DS269/13 , WT/DS286/15 )     back to top implementation of DSB recommendations and rulings (DSU 21) choice of means at Member’s discretion ARB.1 .13 legislative/administrative action ARB.5 .6.23-4 developing countries and (DSU 21.2) Member other than implementing Member, applicability to ARB.5 .10.12 “reasonable period” ARB.5 .10.12 developing countries and (DSU 21.7 and DSU 27.8) ARB.5 .10.11 mandate of arbitrator, limitation to determination of reasonable period of time for implementation (DSU 21.3(c)) ARB.1 .13-14 prompt compliance (DSU 21.1), actions taken since DSB adoption of report, relevance ARB.5 .2.3 implementation of DSB recommendations and rulings (DSU 21), impracticality of immediate compliance / reasonable period of time (DSU 21.3, chapeau) “reasonable period” burden of proof ARB.4 .2.10 , ARB.6 .10 dependence on decision of organ outside WTO Member’s own legal system, relevance ARB.4 .1.8 , ARB.5 .6.22 EU procedures and ARB.5 .6.22-4 flexibility of legislative process, obligation to use ARB.4 .3.14 “time … shorter or longer, depending on the particular circumstances” (DSU 21.3(c)) ARB.4 .1.8   EC — Export Subsidies on Sugar ( WT/DS265/33 , WT/DS266/33 , WT/DS283/14 )     back to top burden of proof, implementation of DSB recommendations and rulings (DSU 21), impracticality of immediate compliance / reasonable period of time ARB.5 .6.21 good faith (including pacta sunt servanda principle (VCLT 26)), implementation of recommendations and rulings of DSB (DSU 21) ARB.5 .6.18 implementation of DSB recommendations and rulings (DSU 21) choice of means at Member’s discretion ARB.5 .6.18 developing countries and (DSU 21.2) consultation with, relevance of need for ARB.5 .10.10 Member other than implementing Member, applicability to ARB.5 .10.11 “reasonable period” ARB.5 .10.10-11 good faith obligation ARB.5 .6.18 implementation of DSB recommendations and rulings (DSU 21), impracticality of immediate compliance / reasonable period of time (DSU 21.3, chapeau) “reasonable period” burden of proof ARB.5 .6.21 , ARB.6 .9 EU procedures and ARB.5 .6.18-21 flexibility of legislative process, obligation to use ARB.4 .1.7 , ARB.5 .6.20 , ARB.5 .12.5 shortest period possible within Member’s normal legislative process ARB.4 .1.7 , ARB.5 .6.19-22 structural adjustment, relevance of need for ARB.5 .7.4 “time … shorter or longer, depending on the particular circumstances” (DSU 21.3(c)) ARB.4 .1.7   EC — Hormones ( WT/DS26/15 , WT/DS48/13 )     back to top burden of proof, “reasonable” period for compliance with DSB recommendations and rulings ARB.6 .1 implementation of DSB recommendations and rulings (DSU 21) choice of means at Member’s discretion ARB.1 .1 consistency with WTO obligations, responsibility for determining ARB.1 .1 mandate of arbitrator, limitation to determination of reasonable period of time for implementation (DSU 21.3(c)) ARB.1 .1 prompt compliance (DSU 21.1) ARB.2 .2-3 implementation of DSB recommendations and rulings (DSU 21), impracticality of immediate compliance / reasonable period of time (DSU 21.3, chapeau) “reasonable period” 15-month guideline (DSU 21.3(c)) ARB.4 .2.1 burden of proof ARB.6 .1 complexity of implementation process ARB.5 .4.2-3 shortest period possible within Member’s normal legislative process ARB.4 .3.1 time to conduct studies, exclusion ARB.2 .2-3 , ARB.5 .4.3 risk assessment, need for (SPS 5.1-5.3 and Annex A, para. 4), compliance with DSB recommendation and ARB.2 .3 , ARB.5 .4.3   EC — Hormones ( WT/DS26/AB/R , WT/DS48/AB/R )     back to top interpretation of covered agreements, ordinary meaning, “should not exceed” ARB.4 .2.1   EC — Tariff Preferences ( WT/DS246/14 )     back to top burden of proof, “reasonable” period for compliance with DSB recommendations and rulings ARB.4 .2.10 , ARB.6 .7 implementation of DSB recommendations and rulings (DSU 21), choice of means at Member’s discretion ARB.1 .11 implementation of DSB recommendations and rulings (DSU 21), impracticality of immediate compliance / reasonable period of time (DSU 21.3, chapeau) ARB.4 .1.6 “reasonable period” burden of proof ARB.4 .2.10 , ARB.6 .7 complexity of implementation process ARB.5 .4.11-12 , ARB.5 .6.11-12 contentiousness, relevance ARB.5 .5.11 EU procedures and ARB.5.4.11-12 , ARB.5 .5.11 , ARB.5 .6.11-12 flexibility of legislative process, obligation to use ARB.5 .12.3 shortest period possible within Member’s normal legislative process ARB.4 .3.10-11   The texts reproduced here do not have the legal standing of the original documents which are entrusted and kept at the WTO Secretariat in Geneva.        
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Score: 1135331.6 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...pertory_e/index_arbit_eh_e.htm
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