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The old import tariffs which had undergone several minor revisions after 1926, were made applicable all through the war period and up to 1951. (...) In general, the rate on ordinary finished goods was at its highest only about 35% and the average about 20. (...) The following are a few examples of the present tariffs of Japan: Firstly, raw materials are either free of duty or have a small duty of 5%; higher rates are made applicable to semi-finished and finished goods. Secondly, utilities and daily necessities are free or have a 5-15% duty, while luxury items are subject to a duty of comparatively high rate.
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Score: 1546030.9 - https://www.wto.org/gatt_docs/English/SULPDF/91850258.pdf
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Selected projects Industrial Knowledge Bank How to apply Sidebar - Worldwide Africa Arab States Asia and the Pacific Europe and Central Asia Latin America and the Caribbean Selected projects Industrial Knowledge Bank Focal Points How to apply Strengthening international SMEs alliances (Russia 2016) Strengthening international alliances (Ecuador 2015) LAC Essay Competition Offices North America How to apply Parties interested in participating in the Industrial Knowledge Bank (IKB) as donor or as recipient entities must send their application/offer of technical assistance to UNIDO. (...) UNIDO, through the IKB, coordinates the logistics of technical assistance and supervises its implementation. After finishing the mission, the expert presents a final report and evaluates the logistics of the technical assistance. (...) Documents for donor entities: Application form of technical assistance Feedback form of the expert   Declaration form of intention of the donor   Final report form   Documents for receiving entities: Application form of technical assistance   Feedback form of receiving institution Declaration Form of intention of receiving institution Declaration Form of Financial Commitment of receiving institution   Related Documents Related Links IKB_EN_FORMAT_420.pdf [ 6.19 MB ] Download IKB website Footer Who we are UNIDO in brief History UNIDO Worldwide Director General Our focus UNIDO & the SDGs Inclusive and Sustainable Industrial Development Programme for Country Partnership Third Industrial Development Decade for Africa GMIS - Global Manufacturing & Industrialisation Summit Explore Projects Stories News Publications More Employment Procurement Legal Resources Scam Alert Evaluation and Internal Oversight Report Wrongdoing Contact Information Press and Media Disclaimer © 2017 United Nations Industrial Development Organization
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Score: 1477022.7 - https://www.unido.org/who-we-a...trial-knowledge-bank/how-apply
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Official Transcripts ​ ​ Finished File Welcome Address followed by ‘Moonshots’ - Inspiration for the Future (Room Popov) Plenary 1: State of Play (Room Popov) ​ Finished File ​Plenary 2: Transformations on the Horizon (Room Popov) ​ Finished File ​Plenary 3: Future Roadmap – Collaborating for Good (Room Popov) ​Finished File ​Plenary 4: Privacy, Security, Ethics and Societal Challenges (Room Popov) Finished File ​ ​Breakthrough Groups on Societal Challenges / Future of Work (Room Popov) ​Finished File ​Breakthrough Groups on Societal Challenges / Humans and Machines (Room C) ​Finished File ​Breakthrough Groups on Privacy and Ethics / Enhancing Privacy and Security (Room H) ​Finished File ​Breakthrough Groups on Privacy and Ethics / Ethical development of AI (Room K) ​Finished File ​Plenary 5: ‘Breakthrough’ Proposals on Privacy, Security, Ethics and Societal Challenges ​ Finished File ​Plenary 6: AI for Common Good and Sustainable Living (Room Popov) ​Finished File ​Breakthrough Groups on Sustainable Living / Promoting Healthier Citizens (Room K) ​Finished File ​Breakthrough Groups on Sustainable Living / Smart Cities and Communities (Room H) ​Finished File ​Breakthrough Groups on Common Good / AI for Prosperity (Room C) ​ Finished File ​Breakthrough Groups on Common Good / Social Good Data for All (Room Popov) ​Finished File ​Plenary 7: ‘Breakthrough’ Proposals on Common Good and Sustainable Living (Room Popov) ​Finished File ​Plenary 8: Poverty Reduction and Capacity Building (Room Popov) ​Finished File ​Breakthrough Groups on Capacity Building / Promoting Equality in Access to AI (Room C) ​Finished File ​Breakthrough Groups on Poverty Reduction / Ending Hunger (Room H) ​Finished File ​Breakthrough Groups on Poverty Reduction / Disaster Prevention and Relief (Room K) ​Finished File ​Breakthrough Groups on Capacity Building / Education (Room Popov) Finished File ​ ​Plenary 9: ‘Breakthrough’ Proposals on Poverty Reduction and Capacity Building (Room Popov) ​Finished​ File ​Plenary 10: Investments, Economic Aspects and Designing the Future (Room Popov) Breakthrough Groups on Designing the Future / Roadmap for Collaboration (Room Popov) ​Finished File ​Breakthrough Groups on investment and Economic Aspects / Investing for Impact with AI (Room H) ​Finished File ​Breakthrough Groups on investment and Economic Aspects / KPI for Success (Room K) ​Finished File ​Breakthrough Groups on Designing the Future / Approaches by governments, Industries, and other stakeholders (Room C) ​Finished File ​Plenary 11: ‘Breakthrough’ proposals on investments, economic aspects and designing the future (Room Popov) Finished File ​ ​Plenary 12: Closing Session - Applying AI for Good (Room Popov)   Page Content 9 Page Content 10 Page Content 18 Page Content 19 Page Content 6 Page Content 7 Page Content 11 Page Content 12 Page Content 2 Page Content 3 Page Content 4 Page Content 5 Page Content 13 Page Content 14 Page Content 15 Page Content 16 Follow us Twitter Facebook YouTube Flickr Linkedin Instagram Soundcloud Podcasts Spotify Spreaker TikTok © ITU All Rights Reserved Contact us Privacy notice Accessibility Report misconduct Back to top
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Score: 1430206.4 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/AI/Pages/captioning.aspx
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The Special Session of the World Telecommunication Forum has been designed with this multi-faceted approach in mind - Asia TELECOM 93 Forum offers four separate Symposia: the Policy - which has just finished, the Technical, the Regulatory and the Economic. (...) In the Asia-Pacific region, some countries have become prosperous in the last ten to fifteen years and others are developing with great speed. Some countries still need basic telephone services whilst others are ready for advanced multimedia applications as a result of the growing digital network and computer technology industries.
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Score: 1379526.8 - https://www.itu.int/itudoc/osg...eech/theme/telcom/atlc-tec.txt
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The Special Session of the World Telecommunication Forum has been designed with this multi-faceted approach in mind - Asia TELECOM 93 Forum offers four separate Symposia: the Policy - which has just finished, the Technical, the Regulatory and the Economic. (...) In the Asia-Pacific region, some countries have become prosperous in the last ten to fifteen years and others are developing with great speed. Some countries still need basic telephone services whilst others are ready for advanced multimedia applications as a result of the growing digital network and computer technology industries.
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Score: 1379526.8 - https://www.itu.int/itudoc/osg...speech/chron/1993/atlc-tec.txt
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Microsoft Word - WTACCLAO3A1_LEG_20 Page 1 No. 048/FMC 26/10/1991 (Unofficial Translation) LAO PEOPLE’S DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC PEACE INDEPENDENCE DEMOCRACY UNITY PROSPERITY Council of Ministers Food and Medicine Control Committee No. 048/FMC PROVISIONS ON QUALITY CONTROL OF DOMESTICALLY PRODUCED FOOD PRODUCTS Based on Decree No. 45/CCM, dated 3/6/91 of the Council of Ministers on the Establishment of the Food and Medicine Control Committee, the Food and Medicine Control Committee issues the following "provisions": Part I General Principles Article 1: These provision aim at regulating and protecting the consumers' health, promoting and encouraging increasing domestic production and the conversion into good quality commodities. (...) Article 6: All food production units, both public and private, must be legally responsible for the quality and safety of their products. Article 7: Finished food products must be provided a quality certificate from the relevant factory, of which each production set has been registered by the FMCC, namely labels and trade marks. Article 8: Application for the registration of food products' quality.
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Score: 1355707 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...e/lao_e/WTACCLAO3A1_LEG_20.pdf
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It was necessary, therefore to be very clear as to exactly what Prosper had said this time in Belgrade. The first point Prosper made was that Mladic and the other Vukovar two had to be arrested and transferred to The Hague. (...) As far as other parts of Ambassador Prosper’s statements went, Chartier believed that Prosper could not have been referring to anything other than ‘cases to be dealt with by the Serbian judiciary’ for the reasons that Joris had specified. (...) Once the preparations were finished the trial would start which would be a public stage of the proceedings.
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Score: 1331408 - https://www.icty.org/en/node/452
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It was necessary, therefore to be very clear as to exactly what Prosper had said this time in Belgrade. The first point Prosper made was that Mladic and the other Vukovar two had to be arrested and transferred to The Hague. (...) As far as other parts of Ambassador Prosper’s statements went, Chartier believed that Prosper could not have been referring to anything other than ‘cases to be dealt with by the Serbian judiciary’ for the reasons that Joris had specified. (...) Once the preparations were finished the trial would start which would be a public stage of the proceedings.
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Score: 1331408 - https://www.icty.org/bcs/node/454
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It was necessary, therefore to be very clear as to exactly what Prosper had said this time in Belgrade. The first point Prosper made was that Mladic and the other Vukovar two had to be arrested and transferred to The Hague. (...) As far as other parts of Ambassador Prosper’s statements went, Chartier believed that Prosper could not have been referring to anything other than ‘cases to be dealt with by the Serbian judiciary’ for the reasons that Joris had specified. (...) Once the preparations were finished the trial would start which would be a public stage of the proceedings.
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Score: 1331408 - https://www.icty.org/fr/node/452
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It was necessary, therefore to be very clear as to exactly what Prosper had said this time in Belgrade. The first point Prosper made was that Mladic and the other Vukovar two had to be arrested and transferred to The Hague. (...) As far as other parts of Ambassador Prosper’s statements went, Chartier believed that Prosper could not have been referring to anything other than ‘cases to be dealt with by the Serbian judiciary’ for the reasons that Joris had specified. (...) Once the preparations were finished the trial would start which would be a public stage of the proceedings.
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Score: 1331408 - https://www.icty.org/fr/node/454
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