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How do I proceed when the system stops me from entering my rental subsidy due to an error message 'duty station address not maintained'? (...) How do I proceed when the system stops me from entering my rental subsidy due to an error message 'duty station address not maintained'? How do I proceed when the system stops me from entering my rental subsidy due to an error message 'duty station address not maintained'?
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Score: 1025360.5 - https://umoja.un.org/node/705
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To imitate and simplify or undertake any modifications of his/her work. c. To put on rental or allow the public rental or public lending of his/her original work or copy of audio-visual work or his/her work incorporated in a recording. To put on rental or allow the public rental or public lending of original work or copy of computer program or database or musical work in graphic form. d. (...) To import into the country, the reproduction copies of his/her works. 2. Rental right and lending right as mentioned in the above paragraph (d) is not applicable for the rental of computer program when the program itself is not the main objective of rent.
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Score: 1022205 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...cc_e/khm_e/WTACCKHM5_LEG_6.pdf
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These were the introduction of rental rights for films, software and sound recordings, and performers’ rights. (...) For us, the only real sticking point in the negotiations on rental rights was the United States’ insistence on exempting itself from the obligation to introduce rental rights in its own law, on the grounds that it needed rental rights abroad (where infringement was rife) but not at home (where the American delegation said it was not). (...) Jagdish Sagar346 This has since been modified; the word “commercial” has been inserted, and “commercial rental” does not include rental, lease or lending for non-profit purposes by non-profit libraries or non-profit educational institutions.
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Score: 1021135.1 - https://www.wto.org/english/re...trips_agree_e/chapter_18_e.pdf
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National authorities, experts from the private sector and academics actively participated in the forum, which will provide recommendations to the upcoming sixth session of the UNECE Working Party on Land Administration (Geneva, 18–19 June 2009). Participants concluded that whereas national experiences in the UNECE region differ in a variety of aspects (e.g. the availability of rental housing markets, the role of notaries, and the role of public and private actors in providing social housing), there is still room for consensus on a variety of issues.
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Score: 1016244.1 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DAM/press/pr2009/09env_p13e.htm
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Warfm ICAO WARFM Cairo Nov 2005 1 Agenda Item 4 Development and Management of Non-aeronautical Activities ICAO WARFM Cairo Nov 2005 2 Background, 2003 World-wide average – 41% of total income per airport Major airports – 53% Caribbean, Central and South America – lowest regional average at 27% Non-aeronautical income per passenger highest in Asia/Pacific – US$ 8 ICAO WARFM Cairo Nov 2005 3 Single till and ANSConf Pooling airport revenues and costs from all revenue-generating activities Advantages with existing principles: Reduces cost base for charges Motivates airport to develop revenues from non-aeronautical activities Provides for capital investment Support for more flexibility in interpretation and application of principles ICAO WARFM Cairo Nov 2005 4 Chapter 6 of the Airport Economics Manual Basic factors Types and operational responsibility Managerial aspects Setting fees and charges Contractual aspects ICAO WARFM Cairo Nov 2005 5 Basic Factors No non-aeronautical activity permitted that can compromise safety or security Traffic volume significant – relative share and non-aero. revenue per passenger increase with traffic Organizational aspects – hindrance to development if airport management is not in control of concessions and rental Part A ICAO WARFM Cairo Nov 2005 6 Revenues for the airport Fees for business rights Rentals of land and premises Revenues from its own activities Part B ICAO WARFM Cairo Nov 2005 7 Examples of concessions Aviation fuel suppliers Food/beverage concessions Airline catering services Duty-free and other shops Banks Car rental Car parking Advertising Conference facilities Supermarkets ICAO WARFM Cairo Nov 2005 8 Extension of activities Duty-free shops for arrivals Persons working at airport, nearby communities Essential or desirable services ICAO WARFM Cairo Nov 2005 9 Airport City concept Catalyst for employment opportunities Meeting places ICAO WARFM Cairo Nov 2005 10 Free Zones Bonded warehousing and storage, assembly activities Imposes substantial financial commitment on airport and State Incentives for encouraging location Industries attracted – Producing high value per weight or volume units – Requiring substantial skilled/unskilled labour Sound investment? (...) ICAO WARFM Cairo Nov 2005 12 Setting fees and charges Determining market value – tenders and/or airport assesses (comparisons – divisions into different zones) Concession fees variable (turnover not profit) and/or fixed Airport to monitor prices, must be competitive with major destination/departure airports Rental charges Part D ICAO WARFM Cairo Nov 2005 13 Tenders Highest not necessarily best, often two stages Invitation should include information – different for rentals vs/concessions ICAO WARFM Cairo Nov 2005 14 Contractual aspects Contracts drawn up and governed by laws of State of airport Disputes to be settled before the Court of that State Part E ICAO WARFM Cairo Nov 2005 15 Contractual aspects (cont.)
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Score: 1015826.1 - https://www.icao.int/sustainab...Cairo-2005/Warfm_Item04_en.pdf
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I ECONOMIC COMMISSION FOR EUROPE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 110th meeting Geneva (online), 10 July 2020 Item 7 Informal Document No. 2020/40 Extrabudgetary project Developing and implementing the People-first Public-Private Partnerships model for sustainable development in Ukraine UNITED NATIONS ECONOMIC COMMISSION FOR EUROPE TECHNICAL COOPERATION PROJECT FORM Project title: Developing and implementing the People-first Public-Private Partnerships model for sustainable development in Ukraine Expected timing/ duration: August 2020 - July 2022 Objective and brief summary of the project: The objective of this project is to strengthen the capacity of Ukraine to develop and implement People-first PPP projects in line with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). (...) In that context, a sound PPP legal and regulatory framework in line with the UNECE People-first approach to PPPs and the SDGs will support the government in creating an environment that promotes inclusive and sustainable contributions to development from private and public actors. UNECE has developed recommendations, tools and standards on People-first PPPs which will be used to offer guidance to public officials from lead and line ministries and national authorities in Ukraine on best practice in relation to the development and implementation of People-first PPP projects that respond to the needs of all citizens, leaving no on behind. (...) Justification of project and its relationship to the programme of work: The project directly contributes to the objective of the Subprogramme 4 “Economic Cooperation and Integration” “to strengthen policies on innovation, competitiveness and public-private partnerships policies in the ECE region” of the UNECE Proposed project budget for 2020.
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Score: 1014363.9 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul..._40_PPP%20Ukraine_%20XB_13.pdf
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The economic specialization of Tuvalu is bound to remain in the sphere of rental income based on the exotic characteristics of the archipelago. (...) The progress observed in terms of per capita income has been explained by rental income, not genuine domestic productive capacities. 6.6 Equitably distributed prosperity? (...) The apparent prosperity is fuelled by rental income only (e.g. domain name "dot tv", stamps), which is hardly a poverty reduction factor.
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Score: 1013895.1 - https://www.un.org/development...lnerability_profile_tuvalu.pdf
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[1853-GEN]  Initial text of draft new Recommendation ITU-T Y.smart-PBRS "Requirements and functional architecture of smart power bank rental service"   Français   Español     Home : ITU-T : SG 20 : Temporary Documents (Meeting 2020-07-06) : 1853-GEN Recently posted  -  Search Meeting Documents     [1853-GEN]  Initial text of draft new Recommendation ITU-T Y.smart-PBRS "Requirements and functional architecture of smart power bank rental service" Format Size Posted English Word   2372829 bytes 2020-07-13 [1853-GEN]    Document : ITU-T SG 20  (Study Period 2017)  Temporary Document  1853-GEN Title : Initial text of draft new Recommendation ITU-T Y.smart-PBRS "Requirements and functional architecture of smart power bank rental service" Date : 2020-07-13 Source : Rapporteur Q4/20 AI/Question : Q4/20 Access : Restricted to TIES users  [ITU-T] Top  -  Feedback  -  Contact Us  -  Copyright © ITU  2008 All Rights Reserved Contact for this page :  TSB EDH Updated : 2020-07-13  
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Score: 1012563.3 - https://www.itu.int/md/T17-SG20-200706-TD-GEN-1853
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It has 1,300 m2 of total floor space spread over three floors and accommodates some 35 officials. Annual rental costs for the present premises are approximately US$125,000, with provision for future rental increases, and recurring expenditure is incurred for maintenance charges and external rental of conference rooms. (...) The office in Dar es Salaam has also increasingly incurred rental costs for conference facilities in local hotels, with the cost in 2002 amounting to US$110,000. (...) offering adequate working conditions for staff in an environment ensuring compliance with present security standards; ! protection from rental increases for the Office; ! savings on rental costs for conference facilities; !
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Score: 1012473.1 - www.ilo.org/public/engl...elm/gb/docs/gb288/pdf/bs-2.pdf
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It has 1,300 m2 of total floor space spread over three floors and accommodates some 35 officials. Annual rental costs for the present premises are approximately US$125,000, with provision for future rental increases, and recurring expenditure is incurred for maintenance charges and external rental of conference rooms. (...) The office in Dar es Salaam has also increasingly incurred rental costs for conference facilities in local hotels, with the cost in 2002 amounting to US$110,000. (...) offering adequate working conditions for staff in an environment ensuring compliance with present security standards; ! protection from rental increases for the Office; ! savings on rental costs for conference facilities; !
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Score: 1012473.1 - https://www.ilo.org/public/eng...elm/gb/docs/gb288/pdf/bs-2.pdf
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