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The topics to be discussed: Status of the ICP at the global level - Schedule of LAC activities. Survey on Private Education 2021 Cycle. Survey on Housing Rental and Housing Volume 2021 Cycle. On March 23 , the virtual meeting for the countries of Latin America is held . 25/03/2021 15:00 - 15:30 Session 1: Welcome remarks and general background Welcome remarks:    • Ana Victoria Vega, Statistics Division of ECLAC    • Marissa Ramodan, CARICOM William Vigil Oliver, World Bank     Status of the ICP at a global level Download presentation Claudia de Camino, ECLAC     Status of the ICP at a global level - Schedule of LAC activities for Special Surveys Download presentation   » Program of the meeting Download presentation 15:15 - 16:05 Session 2: Private Education, 2021 Cycle Giannina López, ECLAC     Presentation of private education survey: Contents Download presentation Rui Costa, World Bank     Presentation of data entry form Download presentation Marissa Ramodan     » Questions, comments 16:05 - 16:55 Session 3: Housing Rental, 2021 Cycle Alejandra Ovalle, ECLAC     Presentation of housing rental survey: Contents Download presentation Rui Costa, World Bank     Presentation of data entry form Download presentation Kevin Sears and Marissa Ramodan, CARICOM » Questions, comments 16:55 - 17:45 Session 4: Housing Volume, 2021 Cycle Claudia de Camino, ECLAC     Presentation of housing volume survey: Contents Download presentation Rui Costa, World Bank     Presentation of data entry form Download presentation Kevin Sears and Marissa Ramodan, CARICOM      » Questions, comments 17:45 - 18:00 Session 5: Main agreements and conclusions Rolando Ocampo / Ana Victoria Vega, Statistics Division of ECLAC     ▪ Final remarks Extrabudgetary (XB) Programa de Comparación Internacional en América Latina y El Caribe 25 mar 2021 Reuniones y seminarios técnicos Connection platform: WEBEX Time: 15:00 - 18:00 (Chile, UTC-4) Virtual meeting Chile Organized by Comisión Económica para América Latina y el Caribe (CEPAL) Contact Paula Fuenzalida División de Estadísticas Comisión Económica para América Latina y el Caribe (CEPAL) paula.fuenzalida@cepal.org (56-2) 2210 2634 Topics Comptabilité nationale Prix Statistiques économiques Related Content Évènement | 23 mar 2021 , Reunión virtual, Chile Reunión técnica de encuestas especiales del Programa de Comparación Internacional (PCI), Ciclo 2021 - América Latina Abonnement Recevez les actualités de la CEPALC par courrier électronique Subscribe Áreas de trabajo Asuntos de género Comercio internacional e integración Desarrollo económico Desarrollo productivo y empresarial Desarrollo social Desarrollo sostenible y asentamientos humanos Estadísticas Planificación para el desarrollo Población y desarrollo Recursos naturales Follow us on Acerca de la CEPAL Estados miembros Órganos subsidiarios Directores de la CEPAL Oportunidades de empleo Adquisiciones ECLAC Headquarters Av.
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Score: 1206086 - https://www.cepal.org/fr/node/53517
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The  Department  of  Urban  and  Housing  Development (DUHD) in the MoC has a target  of one million homes  to be built by 2030, 80  per cent of which is to be built by the private  sector, but there is no monitoring of progress  by the private sector towards this major target.  (...)     Investigate  decentralized  solutions  for  land banking and development  Decentralized  or  privatized  solutions  to  land  development  are  today  being  widely  employed, such as Community Land Trusts and  other  collective  solutions.  (...)    Developer charges for new private formal‐ sector developments   At present, no charges for service connection  to  new  developments  are  made  and  all  services  are  provided  from  the  government  budget. 
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Score: 1202848.2 - https://unhabitat.org/sites/de...al-housing-policy-strategy.pdf
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..   - Private rental 2.9 ..   Other .. 4-7 Sources : a NSI, Statistical Yearbook, 1993. b Statistics on Housing in the European Community, The Hague 1992. c Data for 1990. (...) Individual housing construction and private ownership have traditionally been more widespread in Bulgaria than in other countries in transition. (...) However, investment in private-sector housing has also collapsed. Currently, Bulgarian households spend half their income on food, but a mere 10 to 15% on housing (mostly on utilities).
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Score: 1191138.1 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DAM/press/pr1997/97env6e.htm
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In particular, this has been consistently supported by important private sector organizations, such as the World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC). 4. (...) Real estate services . renting or leasing services involving own or leased residential property (CN) . trade services of residential buildings and associated land (CN) . trade services of vacant and subdivided land (CN) . residential property management services on a fee or contract basis (CN) . residential buildings and associated land sales on a fee or contract basis (CN) D. Rental/leasing services without operators . leasing or renting services concerning cars and light vans without operator (C) . leasing or renting services concerning other land transport without operator: camper/motor homes rental services (C), motorcycles (C), other land vehicle services (CN) . leasing or rental services concerning vessels without operator (C) . leasing or rental services concerning aircraft without operator (NS) . leasing or rental services concerning computers without operator (NS) . leasing or rental services concerning televisions, radios, video cassette recorders and related equipment and accessories (NS) . leasing or rental services concerning video tape (NS) . leasing or rental services concerning furniture and other household appliances (NS) . leasing or rental services concerning pleasure and leisure equipment : non-motorized land transport equipment (e.g. bicycles) leasing or rental services (C), winter sports equipment leasing or rental services (C), pleasure boat leasing or rental services (C), camping equipment leasing or rental services (C), saddle horse leasing or rental services (CN), other sports equipment leasing or rental services ( CN) . leasing or rental services concerning household linen; textiles, clothing and footwear and do-it-yourself machinery and equipment(NS) E. (...) (CN) . miscellaneous local delivery services (NS) . coastal and transoceanic water transport services of passengers by ferries (C) . other coastal and transoceanic water transport services of passengers: passenger services on freight vessels (C) , scheduled passenger vessel services (transportation from port to port) (C); non-scheduled passenger vessel services (including transportation from port to port) (CN); cruise ship services (C) . rental services of vessels for coastal and transoceanic water transport with operator: freight vessels services (NC), commercial passenger vessel services (NC ), personal passenger vessel services (rental or leasing services of personal passenger pleasure self-propelled vessels with crew (C) . towing and pushing services on coastal and transoceanic waters (CN) . inland water transport services of passengers by ferries (CN) . other inland water transport services of passengers (other than ferries, water taxi services): scheduled passenger services (C) , sightseeing excursion services (C) , cruise services (C) . rental services of inland water vessels with operator (C) . towing and pushing services on inland waters (CN) . scheduled air transport services of passengers (C) . non-scheduled air passenger services (C) . sightseeing services, aircraft or helicopter (C) . transport services via space: passenger transport services via space (C) . rental services of aircraft with operator (C) . navigational air services: water navigational aid services (C) , air navigational aid services (C) . supporting services for railway transport (C) . bus station services (C) . highway, bridge and tunnel operation services (CN) . parking lot services (NS) . other supporting services for road transport (CN) . port and waterway operation services (excl. cargo handling): mooring and berthing services (CN), canal and lock operation services (CN) . vessel salvage and refloating services (CN) . other supporting services for water transport: vessel fuelling services (C) , maintenance and upkeep services (C) , other supporting services (provided to private recreation passenger vessels) (C) . airport operation services (excl. cargo handling) (C) . air traffic control services (C) . other supporting services for air or space transport: hangar and tie-down services (C) , maintenance and upkeep services (C) , aircraft fuelling services (C) Sector 12 - Other services not included elsewhere . services provided by extraterritorial organizations and bodies (CN) References WTO/OMT (1999): Tourism Satellite Account (TSA).
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Score: 1183971.5 - https://www.wto.org/english/tratop_e/serv_e/w127.doc
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MAIN OPERATOR NATIONAL TARIFF SCENARIOS RESIDENTIALRESIDENTIAL Services are payable in pesos, Services are payable in pesos, at affordable prices, so as to at affordable prices, so as to fulfil universal service fulfil universal service obligationsobligations BUSINESS SECTORBUSINESS SECTOR Services are payable in Services are payable in convertible pesos and at convertible pesos and at increasingly costincreasingly cost--oriented oriented prices plus a reasonable prices plus a reasonable returnreturn % MARKET SHARE 93% 7% Residential and State institutions (peso) Businesses and joint ventures (convertible peso) PRICE OF SERVICES FOR RESIDENTIAL USERS For each type of service, the regulatory body approves the For each type of service, the regulatory body approves the rates for connection, reconnection, line rental, local calls rates for connection, reconnection, line rental, local calls and national longand national long--distance callsdistance calls. . (...) DECREE 275DECREE 275 TARIFFS APPLIED FOR THE TARIFFS APPLIED FOR THE RESIDENTIAL SECTORRESIDENTIAL SECTOR Residential telephone Residential telephone service tariffs have been service tariffs have been maintained at the same maintained at the same level as before level as before privatization, approximately privatization, approximately equivalent in USD to: equivalent in USD to: 25 cts monthly fee; 25 cts monthly fee; 0.1 cts per minute of local 0.1 cts per minute of local call and 4 cts per minute of call and 4 cts per minute of national longnational long--distance calldistance call 0.03 0.03 0.10 0.20 0.33 0.50 0.75 1.00 0 0.2 0.4 0.6 0.8 1 Peso (non- convertible) Local 6 y 24 km 25 y 48 km 49 y 80 km 81 y 160 km 161 a 280 km 281 a 516 km Más de 516 km National telephone tariffs in the residential sector REGULATION OF TARIFFS FOR REGULATION OF TARIFFS FOR THE BUSINESS SECTOR THE BUSINESS SECTOR The operator proposes changes in rates for connection, reconnectThe operator proposes changes in rates for connection, reconnection, ion, line rental, local calls, national longline rental, local calls, national long--distance calls and international distance calls and international longlong--distance calls to the regulatory body, which has 30 working daysdistance calls to the regulatory body, which has 30 working days to to respondrespond.. (...) Zone 1 Zone 1 Zone 1 Local Local Local Local Local Local Local Local Local Local Local Local Local Local L Zone 2 Zone 2 Zona2 TARIFFS FOR INTERNATIONAL SERVICE For the international longFor the international long--distance service, rates are distance service, rates are “capped” at the levels prevailing before privatization, “capped” at the levels prevailing before privatization, although the operator is at liberty to although the operator is at liberty to –– and indeed does and indeed does –– charge lower rates.
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Score: 1180248 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/fina...s-05/presentation-oliva-en.pdf
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On a fee or contract basis 822 E. Rental/Leasing Services without Operators a. Relating to ships 83103 b. (...) Facsimile services 7521**+7529** g. Private leased circuit services 7522**+7523** h. Electronic mail 7523** i. (...) Freight transportation 7123 c. Rental of commercial vehicles with operator 7124 d.
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Score: 1168443.4 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...p_e/serv_e/mtn_gns_w_120_e.doc
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Moreover it includes the range of public and public/private interventions to adjust the use and/or the ownership structure of land to the current economic, environmental and social reality. (...) – Contract enforcement and moral hazard • Covenants: compensations , conditions of return, improvements • Dispute resolution models (agreement on) • Control and resolution mechanisms 3rd International Workshop on Land Markets and Land Consolidation – Budapest, 13-16 February 20129th International LANDNET Workshop – Budapest 2-5 October 2017 Improved land lease (in LANDNET)  Country presentations in 2013 workshop: – Albania: limited private to private lease, state land via local authorities (limited area) – Poland: 30% lease, 8,5% state land ANR experiences with leasing out state land – UK: 30% lease: developments, protection 7 3rd International Workshop on Land Markets and Land Consolidation – Budapest, 13-16 February 20129th International LANDNET Workshop – Budapest 2-5 October 2017 Land lease - overview Europe 3rd International Workshop on Land Markets and Land Consolidation – Budapest, 13-16 February 20129th International LANDNET Workshop – Budapest 2-5 October 2017 Studies done / resources  Study on the Functioning of Land Markets in the EU Member States under the Influence of Measures Applied under the Common Agricultural Policy, Swinnen, J, Ciaian, P , and d’Artis K. (2008) CEPS  Key Issues and Developments in Farmland Rental Markets in EU Member States and Candidate Countries. (...) France) the renewal (e.g. automatic renewal) and inheritance of rental contracts, are regulated  mechanisms to resolve contract disputes: many countries have land specific bodies either at a local and/or national level, for example, Denmark, France and the Netherlands, 3rd International Workshop on Land Markets and Land Consolidation – Budapest, 13-16 February 20129th International LANDNET Workshop – Budapest 2-5 October 2017 Regulatory frameworks  pre-emption rights: many countries grant first refusal to private and public tenants through a pre-emptive right to buy land if offered for sale (e.g.
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Score: 1155686.7 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...nts/events2017/landnet/5.1.pdf
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Organization, structures of airports ICAO WARFM T&T Oct 2005 1 Agenda Item 2 Organizational Structures of Airports, including Commercialization ICAO WARFM T&T Oct 2005 2 Overview ANSConf 2000 ICAO’s Policies §§ 10-17 Chapter 2 of the Airport Economics Manual Circular on Privatization ICAO WARFM T&T Oct 2005 3 ANSConf Recommendations 1 – Autonomy in the operation 2 – State responsibilities 3 – Guidance on commercialization 6 – Performance parameters 9 – Obligations of autonomous operators 10 – First resort mechanism 11 – General/business aviation airport access 12 – Independent mechanism for economic regulation 13 – Best commercial practices ICAO WARFM T&T Oct 2005 4 Network of airports and cross- subsidization of airports States to decide Full transparency Guidance by ICAO (ANSConf Recommendation 3) ICAO WARFM T&T Oct 2005 5 ICAO’s Policies in Doc 9082/7 Organizational and managerial issues Autonomy and privatization Independent mechanism for economic regulation Performance parameters Best commercial practices ICAO WARFM T&T Oct 2005 6 Chapter 2 of the Airport Economics Manual Airports within a government department Autonomous airport entities Autonomous civil aviation authority Private involvement in airport ownership and operations Systems, networks and alliances ICAO WARFM T&T Oct 2005 7 Airports managed by a government department A separate entity or department Separate accounts Internal accounting system Report to DGCA Decision-making authority ICAO WARFM T&T Oct 2005 8 Decision-making authority Head of department Daily operations Purchases of supplies Negotiate concessions and rental agreements Higher level (DGCA) Approve charges (in consultation) Major purchases or investments Major concession and rental agreements ICAO WARFM T&T Oct 2005 9 Reasons for establishing an autonomous airport entity Improve efficiency and financial situation Investment financing States relieved from major investments Development of non-aeronautical activities ICAO WARFM T&T Oct 2005 10 Charter of an autonomous airport entity Describes services and areas Assets – whose property, value, debt? (...) ICAO WARFM T&T Oct 2005 16 Options for private participation Management contract Lease Transfer of minority ownership Private sector ownership and control ICAO WARFM T&T Oct 2005 17 Management contract Management of airport transferred for a limited period of time and for a fee Professional management Does not include development projects ICAO WARFM T&T Oct 2005 18 Leases/concessions Short-, medium-, long-term Airport transferred for management and development for a fixed period BOT, BOOT, BTO, etc ICAO WARFM T&T Oct 2005 19 Transfer of minority ownership Partial transfer of ownership to the private sector Can be progressive ICAO WARFM T&T Oct 2005 20 Private sector ownership and control Majority, or Full ownership transferred ICAO WARFM T&T Oct 2005 21 Reasons for privatization and private participation Financing options Privatization as a source of revenue Major airports considered as commercial entities Emergence of a global airport management industry ICAO WARFM T&T Oct 2005 22 Cautionary Factors Airports essentially a monopoly of critical importance for economy Safeguards required to prevent overcharging, and ensure national air transport objectives are met Ensure non-aeronautical profits contribute to aeronautical losses Government able to inspect accounts to prevent abuse ICAO WARFM T&T Oct 2005 23 Responsibilities of States Provision of airports and air navigation services (Article 28) Respect other Articles (Art. 11, 15, 37, etc.) Safety and security (certification) ICAO WARFM T&T Oct 2005 24 Circular on Privatization of Airports and Air Navigation Services Contents Description of terms Developments in ownership and management ICAO policies and guidance Ownership and management options Preparing for change in ownership and management structure, including regulatory aspects Selection of private provider and contract documentation ICAO WARFM T&T Oct 2005 25 Circular on Privatization - some definitions Autonomous airport authority Privatization Private participation and private involvement Corporatization Commercialization ICAO WARFM T&T Oct 2005 26 Privatization – a gradual process United Kingdom: government corporation > government-owned company > shares New Zealand, China, Malaysia and South Africa: government-owned company > shares Australia: government corporation > leases Latin America: private participation directly (leases) ICAO WARFM T&T Oct 2005 27 Preparing for change in ownership and management Planning and consultation Study of financial and managerial situation State to decide on options Gradual change Management of residual facilities and services Revenues from privatization Change in legal framework Other regulatory aspects Human resources issues ICAO WARFM T&T Oct 2005 28 Conclusion There is no best option for global application ICAO WARFM T&T Oct 2005 29 Discussion questions?
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Score: 1152965.8 - https://www.icao.int/sustainab...FM-Trinidad-2005/Item2a-en.pdf
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Such rental rights are not covered by the provisions of the Berne Convention. (...) Second, in respect of computer programs, the obligation does not apply to rentals where the program itself is not the essential object of the rental. (...) However, in many jurisdictions, the rental right is regulated as a part of a general distribution right.
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Score: 1146460.5 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...ips_e/ta_docs_e/modules2_e.pdf
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Qualifications and bidding Bidder may be any private and non-private entity legally registered in China. (...) Main tasks include: ➢ Venue: o Select and book venue in consultation with the ILO and MOHRSS o Facility rental: projector, screen, good internet environment etc. o Venue setup ready on the day before the event ➢ Meals: o Lunch: twice for all participants o Dinner: three times for non-local participants; twice for local participants o Tea breaks: four times ➢ Participants: o Participant registration on the day before the event o Accommodation: room booking for non-local participants (max. three nights per person) o Local transportation: arrange pick-up and drop-off at airport, train station etc. ➢ Simultaneous interpretation: o Identify and contract two local interpreters in consultation with the ILO o Interpretation equipment rental ➢ Meeting materials o Develop the meeting handbook including all practical information for participants o Purchase stationery o Print meeting documents ➢ Technical support for online participants o Assign technical staff to support the online participation and presentations ➢ Other logistics support needed (upon consultation) Note: 1.
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Score: 1145632 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...enericdocument/wcms_822274.pdf
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