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Publicly available phones installed in private places should also be included, as should mobile public telephones. (...) If the national definition of "payphone" differs from that above (e.g., by excluding pay phones in private places) then respondents should indicate their own definition. (...) Private circuits (also referred to as leased lines) can be either national or international in scope.
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Score: 796639.1 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/S...ndbook/2005/IndDef_e_v2005.doc
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Foreign investors are also important, particularly in the garment sector, where they dominate the ownership of the industry. The government and private-sector outside investors should be working together. (...) These private investors, naturally enough, enjoyed benefits and tax breaks similar to the resort developer — benefits the Fijian government proffered in the belief that additional hotel rooms would enhance the prospects for tourist arrivals and spending on the Fijian economy. (...) The government reportedly reacted to this development by suspending the benefits it had previously made available to the private sector investors, effectively ending this form of tourist development financing.    
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Score: 796592.72 - https://www.wto.org/english/re...p_e/casestudies_e/case13_e.htm
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Here’s what we found… Common questions running through the literature Nine gradients identified Public or private good Who pays for education in the future? The literature tended to portray the future of education as a private good aimed at individuals more than at groups and communities. (...) To learn more, click here .   Probable or preferred futures Are writers more concerned about the future we will get or the future we want?
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Score: 795651.9 - https://en.unesco.org/futuresofeducation/literature-review
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Download your free copy, in your preferred language, above. To order a hard copy, please contact Sales@itu.int. (...) Name (Required) First name Last name Email (Required) Organization (Required) Job title (Required) Type of Entity (Required) Please select Government Private sector (non-SMEs) Private sector (SMEs) International or Regional Organization/Association Academia Intergovernmental Organization Media/Press Other Does your organization have an ITU Membership? (...) 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: 795651.9 - https://www.itu.int/hub/publication/s-conf-cl-2021/
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If there are new services would they be allowed to start on Analogue, and if so what rights would they have to migrate, simulcast etc. 4.8.1 Requests from Private Operators? How are requests for private channels going to be handled while the DTV migration work is in train, and before commencement of DTV. 4.8.2 BBS Extensions Are further extensions for BBS to continue on Analogue or should new transmitters in areas not currently served go immediately to Digital? (...) 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.
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Score: 793871 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/tech...n/db_Bhutan_Outline_AnnexJ.pdf
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Recent moves to redefine and repackage development assistance as a joint public-private endeavour have been criticized in some quarters as attempts by official government donors to escape their obligations. Per deal, the private money mobilised in LDCs is only a third of the global average . (...) Of the $52 billion directly mobilized by multilateral development banks in long-term private co-financing during 2017, only $2 billion went to LDCs and other low-income countries.
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Score: 793871 - https://www.un.org/development...tilateralism-is-life-or-death/
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Given the relevant risk mitigation mechanisms in place and the benefits of having the private sector as a member of the Partnership on an equal footing to other constituencies, the option of establishing a formal constituency is preferred to pursuing a less formal option (such as ad-hoc invitations to some Board meetings). (...) This approach is likely to be preferable, so as to ensure genuine private sector participation whilst maintaining the desired safeguards (see Figure 1 below). (...) No endorsement and no exclusivity  Engagement should not bestow any unfair competitive advantage to the private sector organization and should allow a level playing field for all companies by ensuring that the collaboration is open to all interested commercial parties on the same basis.  Engagement should not provide endorsement or preference of a particular private sector entity, its products and / or services. 5.
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Score: 793462.2 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/abou...gement_with_private_sector.pdf
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Microsoft Word - WTACCALB27_LEG_3 ON THE PRIVATIZATION AND EXTERNAL DEBT In the system of Ministry of Economic Cooperation and Trade operate 10 enterprises from which 5 enterprises are enterprises of the foreign trade. (...) The Enterprise of Albkoop Tirana All the above-mentioned enterprises are included in the process of the privatization and transformation in commercial companies. (...) The privatization of the trade companies, that will be created from the transformation of the foreign affairs enterprises, is predicted to be accomplished during the year 1999.
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Score: 792387.16 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...c_e/alb_e/WTACCALB27_LEG_3.pdf
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Further, in my Fax of 7 April I strongly urged all who had not yet come forward to consult with us to seek an appointment without delay, and invited those non-resident Members who had not been able to consult with us in person to communicate their preferences in writing to me at a private and confidential fax line. (...) Preferences were weighed both in the rankings, if any, given by Members, and as a whole. Our assessment was the same , whichever way the preferences were examined. As regards the breadth of support, we considered the distribution of preferences across geographic regions and among the categories of Members generally recognized in WTO provisions: that is, LDCs, developing countries and developed countries.
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Score: 790508.9 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...gc_chair_remarks_15apr05_e.doc
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• The Bank operates on a small scale • High quality human resources • Utilising less than 200 employees and lower overheads • Projects totalling an average of US$120 million annually • CDB is located in the Caribbean and understands the region better than others • Members • Bi-lateral donor partners • Multi-lateral financial institutions • International capital markets Sources of support Members • CDB’s members provide – capital resources to the bank according to a set formula – contributions which support the Bank’s operations including SDF and OSF Bilateral support • Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA) • Department for International Development (DfID) UK • China • Germany • Venezuela • Mexico Multilateral support • World Bank • European Investment Bank • Inter-American Development Bank • African Development Bank (non- financial) • Asian Development Bank (non- financial) • High quality credit rating (AAA) • Strong balance sheet • Sound financial policies • Strong membership support • Preferred creditor status Basis for capital market access Direct Interventions • Early focus on economic and social infrastructure Expanded into • Agriculture, manufacturing, tourism, transportation, environment, water and sanitation, power; and • Private sector financing (tourism) In the 1990s shifted to • Social sectors with focus on poverty reduction Financing activities Financing activities (cont’d) • Poverty Reduction – CDB uses a poverty prism which emphasises three levers: • Vulnerability reduction • Governance • Capability enhancement – Flagship programme – Basic Needs Trust Fund • Major small projects in community having a huge impact at the community level: access, education, health, gender etc. Financial intermediation through • National Development Banks • Private Commercial and Merchant Banks Financing activities (cont’d) Areas of Assistance • Direct financing – Project financing – Support for enhancing the enabling environment • Indirect financing – Iines of credit to approved financial institutions CDB and the private sector Support for BMCs • CDB products – Loans – Investment Project, Technical Assistance (TA) and Policy-based Loans (PBLs) • Technical Assistance Grants • Economic and Sector Work – Policy dialogue • Country Strategy Papers • Other advice • Support for Regional Integration and Regional Public Goods : - Regional Development Fund - Regional Negotiating Machinery - Caribbean Court of Justice - Caribbean Regional Technical Assistance Centre • Assistance in formulating macro- economic policy - Tax Reform - Fiscal management • Expanding membership and contributor base Support for BMCs • Globalization and trade liberalization • Loss of preferences • High debt levels and fiscal Imbalances • High cost of energy • Efforts to diversify the economies • High debt levels and fiscal imbalances • Economic and natural hazard vulnerability • Climate change • Efforts at regional economic integration • Brain drain Some challenges for BMCs • CDB provides members with a long-term relationship • Thirty-seven (37) years of experience in dealing with small economies • Flexible in operations because of size • Competitive advantage in dealing with small projects • Special knowledge of the region and good understanding of its development challenges • Sound reputation as honest broker with donors and BMCs Summary
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Score: 790303.6 - https://www.un.org/esa/sustdev...ntation/session1_dalrymple.pdf
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