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First, I think the core of what we are addressing is the issue of preference erosion as it relates to long-standing preference schemes. (...) It has been pointed out that addressing preference erosion does not necessarily limit the solution to being trade-based. Indeed non-trade-based solutions, or combinations of trade-based and non-trade-based solutions, may present the most appropriate means of addressing preference erosion.
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Score: 1031668.3 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr.../agric_e/ref_paper_prefs_e.pdf
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. · Hospitality Events From the Hospitality Events table (click here to download) identify the hospitality slot number, corresponding sponsor category and name of the hospitality event in order of preference; and identify the applicable sponsorship fee (click here to download). Preference Hospitality Slot Number/Category/Event Fee 1st choice Hospitality Slot number: ___ Sponsor category: _______________ Hospitality event: ________________________________________ U.S.$ 2nd choice Hospitality Slot number: ___ Sponsor category: _______________ Hospitality event: ________________________________________ U.S.$ 3rd choice Hospitality Slot number: ___ Sponsor category: _______________ Hospitality event: ________________________________________ U.S.$ · Promotional Items From the Promotional Items table (click here to download) identify the promotional item number and corresponding promotional item in order of preference. Preference Promotional Item Number/Promotional Item Fee 1st choice Promotional item number: _____ Promotional item: ____________________________________________ U.S.$8,000 2nd choice Promotional item number: _____ Promotional item: ____________________________________________ U.S.$8,000 3rd choice Promotional item number: _____ Promotional item: ____________________________________________ U.S.$8,000 · Solutions Workshop Speaking Slot From the Solutions Workshop Speaking Slot table (click here to download) identify the speaking slot number and corresponding time in order of preference.
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Score: 1023183 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...RTD2010_sponsorbookingform.doc
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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 Jamaican representative indicated that this solution would be acceptable to his Government. If the CONTRACTING PARTIES would agree to the suggested change in base date, his Government would take immediate steps to restore the margins of preference to the 1962 level in respect of all items for which the present margin of preference exceeded the 1962 margin. (...) The American representative noted that the proposed solution, while meeting a large part of his Government's request, would have the effect of legalizing an increase in the margin of preference for some items of particular trade interest to the United States.
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Score: 1015306.2 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr..._e/dispu_e/gatt_e/70marprf.pdf
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. · Assessments: Studies should be carried out to assess the impact of possible future liberalisation commitments on the environment and on the livelihoods of people living in poverty, especially for environmentally sensitive sectors such as fisheries and forestry. · Preference erosion must be dealt with by WTO members, particularly those who created the preference system, who should at a minimum provide bilateral assistance to preference-dependent countries, commensurate with the impact of preference erosion resulting from implementation of the current round. (...) They are now facing again a lose-lose situation with preference erosion. This cannot happen again. A clearly set of defined gains for poorer developing country members of the WTO: a) no obligation or pressure to make market access commitments in ag, NAMA and services b) cotton (mentioned above) b) preference erosion- developed, developing countries and donors to work together on a solution which includes additional transition period, additional market access and financing, contrary to the Harbinson solution which will resolve nothing. G20 needs to continue reaching out to preference-dependent countries, EU/US special responsibility to deepen preferences, address problems with utilisation and show the cash. c) duty-free, quota-free market access for LDCs with fair rules of origin—US, Japan 6) Clear roadmap for tackling issues outside of July framework—issues outside of the July framework cannot be left for 2006 or at last minute—implementation for instance.
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Score: 1013126.6 - https://www.wto.org/english/ne...s_e/symp05_e/charveriat3_e.doc
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If you are requesting one of these spaces, please indicate below if you intend to bring your own display: 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. Booking a Solutions Workshop Speaking Slot From the Solutions Workshop Speaking Slot table (see the Exhibition Information document) identify the speaking slot number and corresponding time in order of preference. (...) Confirmation If the requested exhibition space and/or the Solutions Workshop speaking slot is still available, ICAO will confirm the booking by return e-mail or facsimile.
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Score: 1008645.7 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...S2012-ExhibitorBookingForm.doc
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If you are requesting one of these spaces, please indicate below if you intend to bring your own display: 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. Booking a Solutions Workshop Speaking Slot From the Solutions Workshop Speaking Slot table (see the Exhibition Information document) identify the speaking slot number and corresponding time in order of preference. (...) Confirmation If the requested exhibition space and/or the Solutions Workshop speaking slot is still available, ICAO will confirm the booking by return e-mail or facsimile.
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Score: 1008645.7 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...C2012-ExhibitorBookingForm.doc
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 Page 288 - 5G Basics - Core Network Aspects           Basic HTML Version Table of Contents View Full Version Page 288 - 5G Basics - Core Network Aspects P. 288 1 Core network aspects NOTE – Multi-connection user equipment (MUE) Figure 7-4 – Network policy provision flow The policy would refer to the following information: • access type; • access name preference; • authentication type; • access status; • relative access; • friendly roaming list; • price (optional). 7.3.2 Terminal-based access selection solution Smartphones supporting multiple access methods soared in 2012, and the capability of these terminals has also improved far more than before. (...) Providing access profiles may help users’ preferences in the selection of adequate accesses to properly support their UEs, APPs, specific Operating System functionality and chipset performance. (...) The terminal policy would include the extra information below: • preferred access type; • preferred operator type; • preferred service type; • preferred network access. 278     283     284     285     286     287     288     289     290     291     292     293          
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Score: 1002780.3 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica.../files/basic-html/page288.html
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. · Hospitality Events From the Hospitality Events table ( click here to download ) identify the hospitality slot number, corresponding sponsor category and name of the hospitality event in order of preference; and identify the applicable sponsorship fee ( click here to download ). Preference Hospitality Slot Number/Category/Event Fee 1st choice Hospitality Slot number: ___ Sponsor category: _______________ Hospitality event: ________________________________________ U.S.$ 2nd choice Hospitality Slot number: ___ Sponsor category: _______________ Hospitality event: ________________________________________ U.S.$ 3rd choice Hospitality Slot number: ___ Sponsor category: _______________ Hospitality event: ________________________________________ U.S.$ · Delegate Bag Indicate in the box that you are requesting the delegate bag sponsorship privilege ( click here to download ) at a fee of U.S.$7,500: · Solutions Workshop Speaking Slot From the Solutions Workshop Speaking Slot table ( click here to download ) identify the speaking slot number and corresponding time in order of preference. Preference Speaking Slot Number/Time Fee 1st choice Speaking Slot number: ______ Time/Date: _______________________ U.S.$6,500 2nd choice Speaking Slot number: ______ Time/Date: _______________________ U.S.$6,500 3rd choice Speaking Slot number: ______ Time/Date: _______________________ U.S.$6,500 4th choice Speaking Slot number: ______ Time/Date: _______________________ U.S.$6,500 · Promotional Material Distribution Indicate in the box that you are requesting the Promotional Material Distribution sponsorship privilege ( click here to download ) at a fee of U.S.$1,500: · Confirmation If the sponsorship privilege(s) is still available, ICAO will confirm the booking by return e-mail or facsimile.
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Score: 999735.7 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...20Sponsor%20Booking%20Form.doc
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What women want The power of women’s preference Persistent challenges Pressure to conform Bridging the gap Smarter solutions In this story Close page menu Introduction A global gap Explore the gender gap by country Unemployed or vulnerable Explore the unemployment gap by country What does vulnerable employment look like? (...) The power of women’s preference Preferences and constraints The methodology explained Persistent challenges Pressure to conform Breaking barriers: the story of a Palestinian businesswoman Bridging the gap Smarter solutions Explore more InfoStories Ensuring fair recruitment: What the ILO has achieved Tackling sex discrimination through pay equity Go to next slide Published in December 2017 · Updated in February 2022 Employment The gender gap in employment: What's holding women back? (...) The power of women’s preference In countries at all levels of economic development, a woman’s personal preference is the key factor in determining whether she will seek out and engage in paid work.
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Score: 990667.4 - https://www.ilo.org/infostorie...ries/Employment/barriers-women
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We instruct the Negotiating Group to intensify work on the assessment of the scope of the problem with a view to finding possible solutions. Non-reciprocal preferences Non-reciprocal preferences Assessment of the scope of the problem Pursuant to Ministers’ instructions at Hong Kong, the Negotiating Group continues to assess the scope of the preference erosion problem. (...) Having said this, Members have expressed views – indeed, strong views – on possible solutions. All Members support targeted Aid-for-Trade to address the underlying challenges faced by preference receiving countries – the diversification of their exports and strengthening of their competitiveness. (...) There has also been some discussion of whether special consideration should be given to Members who are not beneficiaries of preferences and who may be most affected as a result of a trade solution, such as a longer implementation period for tariff reduction on the key products.
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Score: 987746.9 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...markacc_e/mod_nama_26jun_e.doc
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