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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: 924700.4 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...markacc_e/mod_nama_22jun_e.doc
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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: 924700.4 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...markacc_e/mod_nama_22jun_e.htm
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Some observers and evaluators of the notifications claim that most of the preferences already reflect existing applied regimes, therefore the waiver of MFN does not result in real preferences for LDCs. (...) We note that even in the case of goods, duty-free, quota-free preferences, preference erosion is a fact of life in an increasingly liberalized trade world. (...) In addition, even if the professional used a procedure through a contractual service supplier, the two EU countries had residency requirements. 3 We considered two solutions: 1) to overcome the obstacle of the residency requirement, which could not be helped by the preferences notified to the WTO.
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Score: 922037.4 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr.../serv_e/0_mutahunga_020621.pdf
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However, a significant minority remained. We prefer that a widely accepted solution be found and, toward that end, we are willing to contemplate any reasonable solution which meets certain principles, one of which is that no assignment appearing in the MIFR with a favorable finding will lose rights in any respect.
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Score: 921572.95 - https://www.itu.int/itudoc/itu...sg/1996-97/rsc/sc1/contr/4.txt
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Human beings building AI need to be held accountable for the AI solutions they create, said Jim Hagemann Snabe, Chairman of the Board of Siemens, during his keynote address. (...) But we need to shift the focus of AI away from learning individual online preferences and toward accelerating progress on the SDGs, said Mr Snabe of Siemens. (...) If we were to apply the technology we have today, we will find solutions to these problems,” said Snabe, referring to the SDGs.
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Score: 919846 - https://www.itu.int/hub/2020/0...-to-a-roaring-start-in-geneva/
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Moreover, this first transformation is coupled with a second, resulting from the fact that the preferred mode of consumption will be mobile, using portable terminals (smartphones) and mobile (autonomous cars and planes), and no longer the fixed service. Enhancing the viewer’s experience This makes it hardly surprising that satellite operators like Eutelsat are also developing solutions that allow the complete integration of video consumption within the IP ecosystem, with a particular view to greatly enhancing the viewer’s experience (connected TV and multi-screen solutions). (...) YSC session YSC cookie is set by Youtube and is used to track the views of embedded videos on Youtube pages. yt-remote-connected-devices never YouTube sets this cookie to store the video preferences of the user using embedded YouTube video. yt-remote-device-id never YouTube sets this cookie to store the video preferences of the user using embedded YouTube video.
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Score: 919846 - https://www.itu.int/hub/2020/0...the-new-television-revolution/
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Lindbergh P Proposed solution to support non-ASCII characters in H.320 and H.323 without causing MBE BAS code emulation X Q1-D09 Israel Radvision P Minor modifications to WNSRP due to requests from several companies X Q1-D10 Israel Radvision D Review of Call Setup Time Solutions X Q1-D11 Israel Radvision P Automatic Connection Negotiation X Q1-D12 Israel Radvision D Capabilities Preferences Interoperability Problems X Q1-D13 Israel Radvision P Capability Preferences – Suggested behavior X Q1-D14 Israel Radvision P Session Reset X Q1-D15 Israel Radvision P Editorial fixes in H.223 Annex C and H.223 Annex D X Q1-D16 USA Dilithium Networks P Proposal of Bearer-based Fast Session Setup Procedure to H.324 X Q1-D17 Norway Q.1/.16 Rapporteur P Request for clarification in H.239 X Q1-D18 3GPP TSG SA L WNSRP X Page: 2 Date: 10/05/2005
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Score: 918954.3 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...005-2008/0505_Biel/q1d00r1.doc
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Lindbergh P Proposed solution to support non-ASCII characters in H.320 and H.323 without causing MBE BAS code emulation X Q1-D09 Israel Radvision P Minor modifications to WNSRP due to requests from several companies X Q1-D10 Israel Radvision D Review of Call Setup Time Solutions X Q1-D11 Israel Radvision P Automatic Connection Negotiation X Q1-D12 Israel Radvision D Capabilities Preferences Interoperability Problems X Q1-D13 Israel Radvision P Capability Preferences – Suggested behavior X Q1-D14 Israel Radvision P Session Reset X Q1-D15 P Withdrawn X Q1-D16 USA Dilithium Networks P Proposal of Bearer-based Fast Session Setup Procedure to H.324 X Q1-D17 Norway Q.1/.16 Rapporteur P Request for clarification in H.239 X Q1-D18 3GPP TSG SA L Communication on Interoperability of WNSRP X Q1-D19 IMTC 3G-324M AG L LS on Clarification on Maximum CCSRL-SDU Size X Q1-D20 Dilithium Networks D Accelerating H.324/3G-324M Session Setup while Maintaining Interoperability X Page: 3 Date: 11/05/2005
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Score: 918954.3 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...005-2008/0505_Biel/q1d00r2.doc
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The complexity of the connectivity solution requires a wide, broad range of skills to solve the technical challenges faced by the project. “Projects like Darwin are essential to explore next-generation connectivity solutions and facilitate the creation of new business models.” (...) (for project Darwin) Darwin’s focus will be in providing a ubiquitous mobility solution that can be offered to enterprises, providing them with a full E2E business model in addition to the technology solution.
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Score: 918940.2 - https://www.itu.int/hub/2020/0...-vehicles-in-the-uk-cto-of-o2/
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This may impact on timing and choice and so is a relevant factor 6.2 Analysis of Options This depends on how strongly the preference already is for DVB as to whether there needs to be much said about the other systems. (...) How should the preferred system be set up. Eg service data rates, number of channels in the multiplex, type of sound system to be used, error correction, Electronic Program Guide, allocation of data capacity, preferred data rates for channels, Use of Wide Screen formats and arrangements to accommodate viewing of 4:3 receivers etc. 7 Spectrum Consideration What channels should be used and what are the planning concerns if any for implementing the recommended standard. (...) What might such initiatives cost and how could they be phased over time 10.1 Education 10.2 Local Production 10.3 Information Services 10.4 Etcf 7 11 Regulatory Impacts What changes or additions are needed to existing rules and regulations to enable the preferred solution. 11.1 Changes to existing Legislation?
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Score: 917916.1 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/tech...n/db_Bhutan_Outline_AnnexJ.pdf
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