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WIPO Re:Search allows organizations to share their intellectual property, compounds, expertise, facilities and know-how royalty-free with qualified researchers working on new solutions for NTDs, malaria and tuberculosis. (...) What are the benefits of WIPO Re:Search? The intellectual property (IP), resources, and know-how available via WIPO Re:Search accelerate research into NTDs, malaria, and tuberculosis. (...) They are doing this by voluntarily making intellectual property assets and other resources available for licensing.
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Score: 1154891 - https://www.wipo.int/research/en/faqs.html
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Under the work programme, issues related to electronic commerce were examined by the Services, Goods and TRIPS (intellectual property) councils, and the Trade and Development Committee. (...) In this connection, the CTD discussed relevant issues and organized seminars on the revenue implications of e-commerce (2002), government facilitation of e-commerce (2001) and e-commerce and development (1999). Intellectual property rights In the TRIPS Council, Members felt that the novelty and complexity of the intellectual property issues arising from electronic commerce were such that further study was required by the international community. It was noted, however, that a secure and predictable legal environment for intellectual property rights would foster the development of electronic commerce.
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Score: 1154891 - https://www.wto.org/english/th.../min05_e/brief_e/brief19_e.htm
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JUDGMENT CRITERIA 3.1 The ILO Viet Nam will conduct a preliminary review and evaluation of qualifying entries. Top entries in each of the 2 age categories will be made available on ILO Viet Nam Facebook page under two aforementioned award schemes. (...) JUDGMENT CRITERIA 3.1 The ILO Viet Nam will conduct a preliminary review and evaluation of qualifying entries. Top entries in each of the 2 age categories will be made available on ILO Viet Nam Facebook page under two aforementioned award schemes. (...) JUDGMENT CRITERIA 3.1 The ILO Viet Nam will conduct a preliminary review and evaluation of qualifying entries. Top entries in each of the 2 age categories will be made available on ILO Viet Nam Facebook page under two aforementioned award schemes.
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Score: 1154793.5 - www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/grou...ts/publication/wcms_552356.pdf
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JUDGMENT CRITERIA 3.1 The ILO Viet Nam will conduct a preliminary review and evaluation of qualifying entries. Top entries in each of the 2 age categories will be made available on ILO Viet Nam Facebook page under two aforementioned award schemes. (...) JUDGMENT CRITERIA 3.1 The ILO Viet Nam will conduct a preliminary review and evaluation of qualifying entries. Top entries in each of the 2 age categories will be made available on ILO Viet Nam Facebook page under two aforementioned award schemes. (...) JUDGMENT CRITERIA 3.1 The ILO Viet Nam will conduct a preliminary review and evaluation of qualifying entries. Top entries in each of the 2 age categories will be made available on ILO Viet Nam Facebook page under two aforementioned award schemes.
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Score: 1154793.5 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...ts/publication/wcms_552356.pdf
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Update: Resolution of technical issue when filing sequence listings using version 2.1.0 or 2.1.1 of the WIPO Sequence software rows search IP Services IP Services Protecting IP PCT – The International Patent System Madrid – The International Trademark System Hague – The International Design System Lisbon – The International System of Geographical Indications Budapest – The International Microorganism Deposit System Article 6ter Resolving Disputes Alternative Dispute Resolution Domain Name Disputes Secure Exchange of Documents Digital Access Service (DAS) Centralized Access to Search and Examination (CASE) Paying for IP Services How to Pay IP Portal One-stop shop for online IP services All IP Services Policy Policy Decision Making & Negotiating Bodies WIPO Assemblies PBC - Program and Budget Committee SCCR - Standing Committee on Copyright and Related Rights SCP - Standing Committee on the Law of Patents SCT - Standing Committee on the Law of Trademarks IGC - Intergovernmental Committee on IP & GR, TK & Folklore CDIP - Committee on Development and IP CWS - Committee on WIPO Standards ACE - Advisory Committee on Enforcement All Decision Making & Negotiating Bodies IP & Other Policy Topics Frontier Technologies Sustainable Development Goals Genetic Resources, Traditional Knowledge and Traditional Cultural Expressions Economics Global Health Climate Change Competition Policy All policy Cooperation Cooperation Development Cooperation Development Agenda Technical Assistance Human Capacity Building Public-Private Partnerships Accessible Books Consortium WIPO Re:Search WIPO GREEN Pat-INFORMED ARDI ASPI WIPO Match WIPO ALERT WIPO for Creators Global Cooperation Global Infrastructure Building Respect for IP All cooperation Resources Resources IP Databases PATENTSCOPE Global Brand Database Madrid Monitor Global Design Database Hague Express Lisbon Express Article 6ter Legal Resources WIPO Lex WIPO Administered Treaties Artificial Intelligence Tools Machine translation Image search Speech-to-text Automatic classification Technical Resources International Classifications Standards (WIPO Handbook) Terminology (WIPO Pearl) Insight and Analysis WIPO Technology Trends Global Innovation Index World Intellectual Property Report Information Resources Documents Statistics Publications Country Profiles Case Studies WIPO Knowledge Center All resources About IP About IP Intellectual Property Copyright Patents Trademarks Industrial Designs Geographical Indications Trade Secrets Training WIPO Academy Workshops & Seminars Raising Awareness World IP Day WIPO Awards Outreach Campaigns WIPO Magazine IP and ... (...) You will notice that the qualifiers mol_type and organism of the ‘source’ feature are blank, i.e., they contain no data; Add the correct data to the qualifiers mol_type and organism as you did in the initial project; Enter any additional features and qualifiers for the sequence(s) that had the error; Validate the project; Generate the sequence listing; and Validate the sequence listing by using ‘Validate Sequence Listing’ function of WIPO Sequence.
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Score: 1152173.3 - https://www.wipo.int/pct/en/news/2022/news_0041.html
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Now the general trend is on qualifying hydrogen environmental properties based on the specifics of its manufacturing. (...) For one thing, following a recently adopted Delegated Act to the EU Taxonomy of Sustainable activities, hydrogen production could be qualified as sustainable, or “green” (subject to meeting predefined emissions savings thresholds). (...) The production approach with savings equal to or higher the threshold is qualified as sustainable, low-carbon. Everything above goes as residual, or carbon-intensive.
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Score: 1152143.1 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul...le_Hydrogen-Beyond_Colours.pdf
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[footnoteRef:22] The city can sell certificates to properties that have unpaid water bills delinquent by nine months, and for amounts as low as $750 dollars in owner-occupied properties and $350 in non-owner occupied properties. (...) Maryland law permits Baltimore property owners to redeem their properties after the sale. However, the redemption process includes repayment of the lien certificates with 12 percent for owner-occupied properties and 18 percent interest for non-owner occupied properties, legal fees, postage, updated property taxes and other associated costs.
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Score: 1144221.5 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...sitsContributions/USA/MLA.docx
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. • Incentives supporting housing (PIT, Property taxes). • Environmental tax incentives. Tax incentives 6 • Exemptions and exclusions ₋ Tax holidays, partial or full exemption from import tariffs, excises and VAT • Deductions / Credits ₋ Investment tax credits (or allowances), CIT extra deductions • Preferential (reduced) tax rates ₋ Including a low statutory tax rate, reduced withholding tax rates (treaty provisions), reduced import tariffs • Deferrals ₋ Capital recovery (accelerated depreciation and initial capital allowance) • Simplified, promotional or special tax regimes ₋ Free-trade Zones (FTZ) and Export Processing Zones (EPZ), SMEs regimes Types of tax incentives 4 7 • Manipulation of transactions between related companies; manipulation of “internal” transfer pricing (tax holidays, reduced CIT rates). • False purchasing and re-purchasing of assests; channeling asset purchases through qualifying companies on behalf of non-qualifying partners (Capital recovery - accelerated depreciation and initial capital allowance). • Taxation in the country of the investor: imputation or exemptiom system (tax holidays). • Treaty shopping (reduced withholding tax rates). • Fiscal dwarfism (SMEs regimes) Revenue Authorities challenges 8 • Qualified purchases can easily be diverted to buyers not intended to receive the incentives (FTZ/EPZ) • Leakages of goods into the domestic market (FTZ/EPZ). • Under-invoicing allowing some of the income to stay there, where it is exempt.
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Score: 1142675.2 - https://www.un.org/esa/ffd/wp-...2015TIBP_Presentation-ciat.pdf
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To ensure substantive equality for women in the context of climate change related disaster risk reduction, State parties should take concrete, targeted and measurable steps to: …. 25 (e) Eliminate discriminatory laws and practices, including those related to the ownership, disposal, control and inheritance of assets and resources such as property and land, as well as barriers that prohibit women from exercising full legal capacity and autonomy in areas such as sexual and reproductive rights, freedom of movement and equal access to social protection schemes.” Malta suggests the addition of the qualifier “in line with the Beijing Declaration and Platform for Action”, to the term “sexual and reproductive rights”, which is also in line with language used in General Recommendation no. 28 – section IV, Recommendation to State parties. The amended text would therefore read as follows: 25 (e) Eliminate discriminatory laws and practices, including those related to the ownership, disposal, control and inheritance of assets and resources such as property and land, as well as barriers that prohibit women from exercising full legal capacity and autonomy in areas such as sexual and reproductive rights in line with the Beijing Declaration and Platform for Action, freedom of movement and equal access to social protection schemes.” 2.
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Score: 1130620.4 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de.../CEDAW/GenderRelated/Malta.pdf
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Specialization allows one type, the subtype, to be based on another type, its supertype, by adding properties to those of the supertype or by redefining virtual properties of the supertype. (...) Properties are used in the well-formedness rules. An example of a property is the set of valid input signal identifiers of a process. (...) All instances have an identity property, but unless this is formed in some unusual way, this identity property is determined as defined by the general section on identities in 6.3.
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Score: 1127707.8 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-T/2001.../com17/languages/Z100_0802.pdf
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