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. - diplomatic, trade and other official missions of the Republic of Kazakhstan beyond the territory of Kazakhstan. 6) non-residents are all other legal entities and natural persons either in the Republic of Kazakhstan or abroad, as well as their branches and representative offices, not covered in the definition of "resident"; 7) currency values: - foreign currency: - securities and payment documents denominated in a foreign currency; - affinated gold bullion; - national currency, securities and payment documents with the face-value denominated in a foreign currency in operations between residents and non- residents; 8) investments are understood as transfer of money, securities, property, and property rights, including the intellectual property rights, and other property with the purpose: - to participate in the charter capital of an invested entity; - to purchase securities; 9) export-import deals are understood as: - deals with transfer of the property rights for goods (including the property qualified as real estate property, except for the investment operations) from a resident to a non-resident (from a non-resident to a resident); - deals where a resident provides services (work) to a non-resident (or vice versa) as well as where a resident transfers the right for the temporary ownership and use of property qualified as real estate and the intellectual property rights to a non-resident (or vice versa) by a license contract; 10) authorized banks are the banks with the license for legally defined banking operations that make currency operations, including operations made on behalf of clients; 11) organizations authorized for special banking operations are understood as the legal entities with the license for banking operations in a foreign currency; 12) exchanges are specially equipped places for foreign cash exchange operations licensed by the National Bank of the Republic of Kazakhstan3. (...) The capital flow related operations are: 1) making investments; 2) transfers to settle accounts by deals providing for the complete transfer of exclusive rights for intellectual property; 3) transfers to pay for real estate property rights except for the property qualified as equal to real estate property; 4) transfers to settle accounts by export-import deals providing for a delay in payment or an advance payment for the goods and services for the term over 180 days; 5) granting and obtaining loans for the term over 180 days; 6) (removed); 7) international transfers by deals related with accumulation of pension funds; 8) international transfers by saving insurance and reinsurance contracts; 9) transfer of currency values to the asset management. 5. (...) Officers of the currency control bodies and agents may not divulge the information qualified as an official secrecy, commercial secret or other legally protected confidential information of residents and non-residents.
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Score: 1239572 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...e/kaz_e/WTACCKAZ57A1_LEG_3.pdf
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A name of a Property Term shall be unique within the Context of an Object Class but may be reused across different Object Classes. (...) A Basic Core Component Property Term plus a Representation Term, or an Association Core Component Property Term plus associated Object Class Term, shall be unique within the Context of an Object Class but may be reused across different Object Classes. 8. (...) Recommendation 5: TBG17 review these comments and develop and publish an agreed policy for the use and application of qualified datatypes. 3. The ICG also identified an issue concerning the qualified datatype IBAN_ Identifier.
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Score: 1230446.4 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...de/unccl/AUDIT-REPORT-D06B.pdf
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Academic and research institutions (and intellectual property offices) in all eligible countries can now benefit from free or low-cost access to over 200 leading science and technology journals available through ARDI. Qualified institutions in 29 new developing countries will now receive access to resources available through ARDI at no cost. More information about qualified institutions and access conditions can be found on the Eligibility page of the ARDI website.
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Score: 1223167.4 - https://www.wipo.int/ardi/en/news/2012/news_0001.html
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Bidders who express their interest […] RFQ 30/2021 – For the establishment of a contract for the provision of HAUS survey for a period of 1+1 years 7 Nov 2021 UNHCR is seeking offers from qualified service providers to undertake the HAUS survey under a contract of duration of 1+1 years. (...) Your offer will be assessed against the following criteria: Copy of business license […] PQ 2/21 – Prequalification for consultancy service on civil works on new UNHCR premises 17 Oct 2021 UNHCR is seeking qualified service providers for consultancy service on the new UNHCR premises in October 6 City. (...) I […] PQ 1/2021 – Prequalification for civil works 26 Sep 2021 UNHCR Egypt invites qualified suppliers to submit their application for prequalification for closed biddings for civil works in at its premises in Cairo, October 6 City and Alexandria within the upcoming 12 months.
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Score: 1208177.05 - https://www.unhcr.org/eg/list/supply/closed-bids
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3. Soil Properties Important For Freshwater Fish Culture 3. (...) Classification tests help decide the particular soil properties (or index properties ) which will form the basis for defining the kinds of soils present at the selected construction site. (...) These properties will give you a fair idea of the physical properties of your soil on which to base the design of your fish-farm.
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Score: 1205914.5 - https://www.fao.org/fishery/st...ng/General/x6706e/x6706e03.htm
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Supply – UNHCR Egypt Supply – UNHCR Egypt Just another UNHCR Regional Sites site RFP 1/22 – Provision of civil works at the Main building reception area UNHCR invites qualified service providers to submit a firm offer for the provision of civil works at the UNHCR Main building reception area in 6 October City. (...) We are looking forward to receiving your […] RFQ 27/2021 Support to National Mental Health Hotline system UNHCR is looking for a qualified service provider to support in the development and implementation of a hotline system at the Abbassia hospital in Cairo. (...) I […] PQ 1/2021 – Prequalification for civil works UNHCR Egypt invites qualified suppliers to submit their application for prequalification for closed biddings for civil works in at its premises in Cairo, October 6 City and Alexandria within the upcoming 12 months.
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Score: 1200889.8 - https://www.unhcr.org/eg/list/supply/feed
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Qualifications and eligibility | United Nations Development Programme Skip to main content Nav toggle Who we are What we do Our impact Get involved Global Search Who we are What we do Our impact Get involved Locations Page content Home Procurement Doing business with UNDP Qualifications and eligibility UNDP Procurement Menu Sustainable procurement Doing business with UNDP How we buy Qualifications and eligibility Procurement protest and vendor sanctions Annual Statistical Report (UNDP) Resources for bidders Frequently asked questions Procurement training About us Qualifications and Eligibility Make sure you are qualified and eligible UNDP is a public organization and as such must diligently follow its financial regulations and rules.  (...) Under this framework, all vendors must be qualified, as well as eligible. While qualification criteria may be further specified to meet the needs of a particular purchase, in general terms all qualified UNDP vendors must meet the following commercial criteria: Have adequate financial resources to perform the contract or the ability to obtain them; Be able to provide audited financial statements for completed fiscal years upon request; Be able to comply fully and effectively with UNDP General Terms and Conditions of Contract; Have the necessary organization, facilities, experience, accounting and operational controls; adequate insurance and technical skills (including, as needed, quality controls, property and production control systems, standards and safety programmes applicable to goods produced or services performed); Have a record of satisfactory performance with UNDP, when applicable; and Have sufficient material and financial resources to meet all existing commercial commitments. Eligible vendors are qualified vendors that have not been temporarily suspended or debarred by UNDP or another UN agency, fund or programme.
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Score: 1198505.6 - https://www.undp.org/procureme...qualifications-and-eligibility
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This RCB was prepared in a qualified cleanroom environment and subjected to specified quality-control testing endorsed by the ECBS. (...) The WHO Vero RCB 10-87 is the property of WHO, and there are no constraints relating to intellectual property rights. (...) This RCB was prepared in a qualified cleanroom environment and subjected to specified quality-control testing endorsed by the ECBS.
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Score: 1194665 - https://www.who.int/teams/heal...tions/who-reference-cell-banks
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Four types of external users are identified: On demand users are citizens who duly apply for a registration or cadastral procedure, on an individual basis, to regularize or register a property transaction, merger, mortgages, or cadastral or registration certification, or who apply for titling of property in their possession. Automatic beneficiaries of land administration services, referring to individuals who took part in cadastral mapping and regularization, clearing and titling (RCT) processes through the corresponding LAIs, without having made an explicit request to receive the service. Qualified users, who carry out procedures in the register or cadastre on behalf of interested parties for property transfer, modification or encumbrance procedures. (...) It is important to monitor this evaluation with workshops with focus groups of qualified users. This will then allow determination of the perception of private users and also of those with a higher level of knowledge of the services offered by land administration institutions (LAI) (see the Fact Sheet on Reduction in time and costs for further information).
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Score: 1178558.8 - https://www.fao.org/in-action/...actical-aspects-considered/en/
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Four types of external users are identified: On demand users are citizens who duly apply for a registration or cadastral procedure, on an individual basis, to regularize or register a property transaction, merger, mortgages, or cadastral or registration certification, or who apply for titling of property in their possession. Automatic beneficiaries of land administration services, referring to individuals who took part in cadastral mapping and regularization, clearing and titling (RCT) processes through the corresponding LAIs, without having made an explicit request to receive the service. Qualified users, who carry out procedures in the register or cadastre on behalf of interested parties for property transfer, modification or encumbrance procedures. (...) It is important to monitor this evaluation with workshops with focus groups of qualified users. This will then allow determination of the perception of private users and also of those with a higher level of knowledge of the services offered by land administration institutions (LAI) (see the Fact Sheet on Reduction in time and costs for further information).
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Score: 1178558.8 - https://www.fao.org/in-action/...actical-aspects-considered/fr/
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