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An aircraft operator meets its offsetting requirements by purchasing and surrendering a number of eligible emissions units equivalent to the offsetting requirements; each eligible emissions unit corresponds to one tonne of CO2 emissions reduction generated by an eligible programme under CORSIA. (...) 24 # Transaction Quantity of Units Identification Numbers Notes 1 Purchase 2 3455-3456 Eligible Units (Purchase) 2 Purchase 7 4587-4593 Ineligible Units (Purchase) 3 Sell 4 4590-4593 Sell, not surrender (ineligible units) 4 Surrender 1 4587 Ineligible Units (Surrender) 5 Purchase 6 1111-1116 Eligible Units (Purchase) 6 Sell 2 1112; 3455 Sell, not surrender (eligible units) 7 Surrender 1 4588 Ineligible Units (Surrender) 8 Purchase 3 3661-3663 Invalid ID-Number Ineligible Units (Purchase) 9 Surrender 1 3456 Eligible Units (Surrender) 10 Surrender 2 3662; 3663 Invalid ID-Number Ineligible Units (Surrender) 11 Purchase 20 2746-2765 Eligible Units (Purchase) 12 Surrender 9 2746-2754 Eligible Units (Surrender) 13 Surrender 14 1111; 1113-1116; 2755-2763 Eligible Units (Surrender) b) Did Aircraft Operator A1 meet its offsetting requirements for 2024? (...) ☐Yes ☒No Reason: Solution Tables Eligible Emissions Units # Purchase Sell Surrender Stock 1 2 +2 5 6 +8 6 2 +6 9 1 +5 11 20 +25 12 9 +16 13 14 +2 SUM 28 2 24 - Ineligible Emissions Units (Ineligible Programme) # Purchase Sell Surrender Stock 2 7 +7 3 4 +3 4 1 +2 7 1 +1 SUM 7 4 2 - Ineligible Emissions Units (Ineligible Identification Numbers) # Purchase Sell Surrender Stock 8 3 +3 10 2 +1 SUM 3 0 2 - — — — — — — — — Exercise 4-B Aircraft Operators are required to submit various CORSIA-related data and/or information to their State.
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Score: 725393.9 - https://www.icao.int/environme...Exercise%204_V06_Solution.docx
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An aircraft operator meets its offsetting requirements by purchasing and surrendering a number of eligible emissions units equivalent to the offsetting requirements; each eligible emissions unit corresponds to one tonne of CO2 emissions reduction generated by an eligible programme under CORSIA. (...) 24 # Transaction Quantity of Units Identification Numbers Notes 1 Purchase 2 3455-3456 Eligible Units (Purchase) 2 Purchase 7 4587-4593 Ineligible Units (Purchase) 3 Sell 4 4590-4593 Sell, not surrender (ineligible units) 4 Surrender 1 4587 Ineligible Units (Surrender) 5 Purchase 6 1111-1116 Eligible Units (Purchase) 6 Sell 2 1112; 3455 Sell, not surrender (eligible units) 7 Surrender 1 4588 Ineligible Units (Surrender) 8 Purchase 3 3661-3663 Invalid ID-Number Ineligible Units (Purchase) 9 Surrender 1 3456 Eligible Units (Surrender) 10 Surrender 2 3662; 3663 Invalid ID-Number Ineligible Units (Surrender) 11 Purchase 20 2746-2765 Eligible Units (Purchase) 12 Surrender 9 2746-2754 Eligible Units (Surrender) 13 Surrender 14 1111; 1113-1116; 2755-2763 Eligible Units (Surrender) b) Did Aircraft Operator A1 meet its offsetting requirements for 2024? (...) ☐Yes ☒No Reason: Solution Tables Eligible Emissions Units # Purchase Sell Surrender Stock 1 2 +2 5 6 +8 6 2 +6 9 1 +5 11 20 +25 12 9 +16 13 14 +2 SUM 28 2 24 - Ineligible Emissions Units (Ineligible Programme) # Purchase Sell Surrender Stock 2 7 +7 3 4 +3 4 1 +2 7 1 +1 SUM 7 4 2 - Ineligible Emissions Units (Ineligible Identification Numbers) # Purchase Sell Surrender Stock 8 3 +3 10 2 +1 SUM 3 0 2 - — — — — — — — — Exercise 4-B Aircraft Operators are required to submit various CORSIA-related data and/or information to their State.
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Score: 725393.9 - https://www.icao.int/environme...Exercise%204_V06_Solution.docx
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An aircraft operator meets its offsetting requirements by purchasing and surrendering a number of eligible emissions units equivalent to the offsetting requirements; each eligible emissions unit corresponds to one tonne of CO2 emissions reduction generated by an eligible programme under CORSIA. (...) 24 # Transaction Quantity of Units Identification Numbers Notes 1 Purchase 2 3455-3456 Eligible Units (Purchase) 2 Purchase 7 4587-4593 Ineligible Units (Purchase) 3 Sell 4 4590-4593 Sell, not surrender (ineligible units) 4 Surrender 1 4587 Ineligible Units (Surrender) 5 Purchase 6 1111-1116 Eligible Units (Purchase) 6 Sell 2 1112; 3455 Sell, not surrender (eligible units) 7 Surrender 1 4588 Ineligible Units (Surrender) 8 Purchase 3 3661-3663 Invalid ID-Number Ineligible Units (Purchase) 9 Surrender 1 3456 Eligible Units (Surrender) 10 Surrender 2 3662; 3663 Invalid ID-Number Ineligible Units (Surrender) 11 Purchase 20 2746-2765 Eligible Units (Purchase) 12 Surrender 9 2746-2754 Eligible Units (Surrender) 13 Surrender 14 1111; 1113-1116; 2755-2763 Eligible Units (Surrender) b) Did Aircraft Operator A1 meet its offsetting requirements for 2024? (...) ☐Yes ☒No Reason: Solution Tables Eligible Emissions Units # Purchase Sell Surrender Stock 1 2 +2 5 6 +8 6 2 +6 9 1 +5 11 20 +25 12 9 +16 13 14 +2 SUM 28 2 24 - Ineligible Emissions Units (Ineligible Programme) # Purchase Sell Surrender Stock 2 7 +7 3 4 +3 4 1 +2 7 1 +1 SUM 7 4 2 - Ineligible Emissions Units (Ineligible Identification Numbers) # Purchase Sell Surrender Stock 8 3 +3 10 2 +1 SUM 3 0 2 - — — — — — — — — Exercise 4-B Aircraft Operators are required to submit various CORSIA-related data and/or information to their State.
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Score: 725393.9 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...Exercise%204_V05_Solution.docx
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Puneetha Palakurthi School of Community Economic Development Sothern New Hampshire University DRIVERS OF RURAL DEVELOPMENT • High overall economic growth • Effective land reform • Rural infrastructure • Effective institutions • Rural financial services • Dynamic agriculture sector • Rural nonfarm enterprises • Subsidies Adapted from  “Rural Development ‐ Outcomes and Drivers‐ An  Overview and Some Lessons ‐ Nimal Fernando (Asia Development  Bank) Why Rural and Agricultural  Finance are Important • Food security and MDGs are a priority • Reduced government and donor support  slowed rural investment and growth • Finance is important for agricultural and  economic growth • Financial linkages are growing in importance  and recognition  RURAL FINANCE IN PERSPECTIVE Financial Services Financial Services Rural Finance Agricultural Finance Microfinance Agricultural Credit Demanders of Rural and Agricultural  financial services Farmers Local Traders and  Processors Input Suppliers Producer groupsProducer groups Medium and Large  Exporters  and Processors Non‐Agricultural rural  businesses Non‐Agricultural rural  businesses Rural HouseholdsRural Households Off‐farm  microenterprises Off‐farm  microenterprises Financial Service Needs • Build new plant • Purchase new equipment • Cash flow management • Purchase truck • Purchase farm inputs and  output • Cash flow management • Income smoothing • Purchase of fixed assets  (land, tractors, etc.) • Purchase inputs (seed,  fertilizer, labor) • Mitigate risk (crop  insurance) • Cash flow management • Income smoothing • Purchase Inventory • Cash flow management Medium and Large  Exporters and  Processors Local Traders and Local Traders and  ProcessorsProcessors Farmers Input Suppliers Financial Service Needs • Purchase inventory • Purchase of fixed  assets • Cash flow  management • Income smoothing and  savings instruments • Mitigate risk (health  insurance) • Access to remittances • Life events Non‐agricultural  rural businesses Non‐agricultural  rural businesses Rural HouseholdsRural Households Off‐farm  microenterprise Off‐farm  microenterprise • Cash flow management • Risk management (e.g. floods,  fire) • Fixed investments (e.g. sewing  machine) Overarching Categories •Working Capital •Fixed Asset Financing •Income Smoothing •Life Cycle Events Characteristics of Financial Products that  Clients Want • Quick service • Flexible loan amounts and terms  • Cost effective • Not just working capital • Choices of financial providers • Diversity of products • Serve household and business needs • Not require traditional collateral Unique Features/Requirements of Rural  and Agricultural Finance • High financial transaction costs of serving dispersed  and small farm households • Heterogeneity, seasonality, and duration of farming  and non‐farming loan needs • Lower profitability and higher risk of on‐farm  investments • Lack of loan collateral • Need for training/informational needs of bank staff  and farmer clients • Politically sensitive environment • Low loan repayment discipline High cost of service, especially to poor Lack of coordination and standard reporting  between MFIs Over‐indebtedness of some clients High rate of agricultural finance default and  default history in some countries Lack of “bankable” investments beyond trade  Challenges in the Rural MF SectorChallenges in the Rural MF Sector Lessons From Microfinance Microfinance has been successful in:  high volume, low value, unsecured loans  to the working poor sustainable operations in higher‐density  areas proving the poor will repay Lessons From Microfinance Microfinance has not been effective in: providing agricultural and term                   lending cutting operating costs providing a multiple array of demand‐ driven products – is improving through  linkages KEY CHALLENGES FOR RURAL FINANCIAL SERVICE PROVISION Vulnerability Constraints • Systemic Risk • Market Risk • Credit Risk KEY CHALLENGES ...
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Score: 724176.4 - https://sdgs.un.org/sites/defa...alakurthi_7may_agriculture.pdf
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There is a requirement to display a detailed view of contracts and purchase orders and respective net values grouped by the basis of award in a formatted, predefined report. This report will allow users to view the number of contracts and respective purchase orders and net values grouped by purchasing group and basis of award (financial rules) in a detailed format. This report will also display the purchase order description, purchase order approval date, cost center, supplier, supplier country, and purchase order approver.
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Score: 723693.6 - https://umoja.un.org/fr/content/bi125
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There is a requirement to display a detailed view of contracts and purchase orders and respective net values grouped by the basis of award in a formatted, predefined report. This report will allow users to view the number of contracts and respective purchase orders and net values grouped by purchasing group and basis of award (financial rules) in a detailed format. This report will also display the purchase order description, purchase order approval date, cost center, supplier, supplier country, and purchase order approver.
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Score: 723693.6 - https://umoja.un.org/node/2103
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There is a requirement to display a detailed view of contracts and purchase orders and respective net values grouped by the basis of award in a formatted, predefined report. This report will allow users to view the number of contracts and respective purchase orders and net values grouped by purchasing group and basis of award (financial rules) in a detailed format. This report will also display the purchase order description, purchase order approval date, cost center, supplier, supplier country, and purchase order approver.
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Score: 723693.6 - https://umoja.un.org/fr/node/2103
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There is a requirement to display a detailed view of contracts and purchase orders and respective net values grouped by the basis of award in a formatted, predefined report. This report will allow users to view the number of contracts and respective purchase orders and net values grouped by purchasing group and basis of award (financial rules) in a detailed format. This report will also display the purchase order description, purchase order approval date, cost center, supplier, supplier country, and purchase order approver.
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Score: 723693.6 - https://umoja.un.org/content/bi125
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HH20 Proportion of individuals who purchased goods or services online, by type of good and service purchased Definition This indicator measures the specific goods and services purchased online by individuals. (...) HH21 Proportion of individuals who purchased goods or services online, by type of payment channel Definition This indicator measures the payment channels used by individuals when making purchases online. (...) HH23 Proportion of individuals who did not purchase goods or services online, by type of reason Definition This measures the reasons for individuals to not purchase goods or services online.
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Score: 721922.2 - https://www.itu.int/dms_pub/it...-IND-ITCMEAS-2014-C2-PDF-E.pdf
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The most notable involved large-scale asset purchases to spur liquidity, prevent financial meltdown and stimulate economic activities. (...) The majority have conducted asset purchases in secondary markets but a few also resorted to purchasing bonds directly from governments, reflecting their intention to support fiscal needs (Fratto and others, 2021). (...) The Federal Reserve made its purchases of Treasury and mortgage-backed securities open-ended.
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Score: 721753.3 - https://www.un.org/development...oads/sites/45/WESP2022_CH2.pdf
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