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Services & Infrastructure | La pérdida y el desperdicio de alimentos en las cadenas de valor del pescado | Organización de las Naciones Unidas para la Alimentación y la Agricultura FAO.org english Español La pérdida y el desperdicio de alimentos en las cadenas de valor del pescado Panorama general Cadena de valor Escenarios de pérdida y desperdicio Soluciones Soluciones Recursos Únete a nosotros Pesca de captura Acuicultura Elaboración y almacenamiento Venta al por mayor Transporte Venta al por menor Fresh Fish Retail Multiple Retailing Restaurants and Catering Consumo Services and Infrastructure for Restaurants, Catering and Food Service Appropriate services and infrastructure are a key component to reducing food loss and waste (FLW) in restaurants, catering, and food service. Purchasing must correctly interpret what ingredients are required and ensure availability in time for production. (...) For larger companies, kitchen management software can save large sums of money, but for smaller or independent operators it’s often not necessary and very expensive. Purchasing software programs provide valuable information about the planning, purchasing and ordering process.
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Score: 971090.5 - https://www.fao.org/flw-in-fis...ng/services-infrastructure/es/
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Services & Infrastructure | Pertes et gaspillages de nourriture dans les chaînes de valeur de la pêche et de l’aquaculture | Organisation des Nations Unies pour l'alimentation et l'agriculture FAO.org english français Pertes et gaspillages de nourriture dans les chaînes de valeur de la pêche et de l’aquaculture Présentation Chaîne de valeur Cas de pertes et gaspillages Solutions Solutions Ressources Rejoignez nous Pêche de capture Aquaculture Transformation et stockage Vente en gros Transport Vente au détail Fresh Fish Retail Multiple Retailing Restaurants and Catering Consommation Services and Infrastructure for Restaurants, Catering and Food Service Appropriate services and infrastructure are a key component to reducing food loss and waste (FLW) in restaurants, catering, and food service. Purchasing must correctly interpret what ingredients are required and ensure availability in time for production. (...) For larger companies, kitchen management software can save large sums of money, but for smaller or independent operators it’s often not necessary and very expensive. Purchasing software programs provide valuable information about the planning, purchasing and ordering process.
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Score: 971090.5 - https://www.fao.org/flw-in-fis...ng/services-infrastructure/fr/
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Services & Infrastructure | Потери и порча пищевой продукции в производственно-сбытовых цепях рыбного хозяйства | Продовольственная и сельскохозяйственная организация Объединенных Наций FAO.org english Русский Потери и порча пищевой продукции в производственно-сбытовых цепях рыбного хозяйства Обзор Производственно-сбытовые цепи Сценарии потери и порчи Решения Решения Ресурсы Присоединяйтесь к нам Промышленное рыболовство Аквакультура Переработка и хранение Оптовая торговля Транспортировка Розничная торговля Fresh Fish Retail Multiple Retailing Restaurants and Catering Потребление Services and Infrastructure for Restaurants, Catering and Food Service Appropriate services and infrastructure are a key component to reducing food loss and waste (FLW) in restaurants, catering, and food service. Purchasing must correctly interpret what ingredients are required and ensure availability in time for production. (...) For larger companies, kitchen management software can save large sums of money, but for smaller or independent operators it’s often not necessary and very expensive. Purchasing software programs provide valuable information about the planning, purchasing and ordering process.
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Score: 971090.5 - https://www.fao.org/flw-in-fis...ng/services-infrastructure/ru/
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The Ministry of Economics of the Russian Federation shall inform the entities concerned which are acting on the market of the purchasing prices. The guaranteed purchasing prices shall be applicable at the purchase of agricultural products for federal state needs. 4. (...) The State Statistics Committee of the Russian Federation shall include the following in the draft programs of statistical work, beginning from the Year 1999: quarterly information on the mean prices and price indices of industrial producers for sold agricultural products and consumer goods (services); quarterly information on price indices and tariffs for the industrial products (services) purchased by agricultural organizations; information on the results of the study of agricultural product markets and the most important foodstuffs. 8. The State Statistics Committee of the Russian Federation, the Ministry of Economics of the Russian Federation and the Ministry of Agriculture and Foodstuffs of the Russian Federation shall define a list of the agricultural products and logistical resources purchased by agricultural enterprises, for the purposes of performing the monitoring specified under Item 6 of the present Decision.
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Score: 970596.3 - https://www.wto.org/english/th.../rus_e/WTACCRUS33A1_LEG_43.pdf
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 Page 95 - Big data - Concept and application for telecommunications           Basic HTML Version Table of Contents View Full Version Page 95 - Big data - Concept and application for telecommunications P. 95 2 Big data - Concept and application for telecommunications 2 Title Big data transaction with ownership transfer mode Roles/Sub – Data provider (DP) roles – DP:data supplier – DP:data broker – Big data service provider (BDSP) – Big data service customer (BDC) Figure (optional) As illustrated in the above figure, the following interactions are applicable: a) A data source (e.g., data supplier (0), data supplier (1) or BDSP (S)) contributes new datasets or big data services' output and publishes metadata to the intermediator (e.g., data broker (I), data supplier (I) or BDSP (I)), with the declared data rights (i.e., copyrights, patents, licenses policies) and pricing policies; b) The intermediator receives datasets or big data services' output, registers metadata and re- publishes the metadata to a data target (e.g., BDC (0), BDC (1) or BDSP (T)); c) If a data target discovers the target datasets or big data services' output and accepts the declared data rights (i.e., copyrights, patents, licenses policies and pricing policies), the data target sends a purchase order to the intermediator; d) When the intermediator receives the purchase order from the data target, the intermediator distributes the required datasets to the data target, or produces the required big data services' output and provides to the data target; e) When the data target finishes the reception of datasets or big data services' output (e.g., by download or media delivery), the data target requests the data source and the intermediator (optionally) to delete the original datasets or the produced big data services' output, and the ownership of datasets will be transferred to the data target. (...) Pre-conditions a) There is a contract in place between the data source (e.g., data provider, including data supplier (optional) ) and the intermediator (e.g., big data service provider and data broker); b) There is a contract in place between the data target (e.g., big data service customer) and the intermediator; c) The intermediator is responsible for matching the purchase and sale contract between the data source and the data target; d) The data source published the metadata and declared the copyrights, patents, licenses policies and pricing policies and guaranteed the integrity, availability and authenticity of the datasets; e) The data target discovered the metadata and accepted the declared copyrights, patents, licenses policies and pricing; f) The data source, the intermediator and the data target complied with the business trade agreement, and the intermediator matched the purchase and sale contracts when appropriate between the data source and the data target.
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Score: 970311.9 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica...a/files/basic-html/page95.html
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The most frequently purchased toners and ink cartridges are listed in Annex D. (...) Toners and Cartridges Terms of Reference Page 3 of 3 III. Services Required: Supplier(s) will be required to perform the services as described below: 1. UNHCR may purchase goods by issuing a Purchase Order identifying with specificity the goods required, quantities and delivery terms.
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Score: 969752.3 - https://www.unhcr.org/jo/wp-co...s-for-Toner-and-Cartridges.pdf
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A few high street vendors have an online presence (for example, galaxy.mu and tfp.mu), allowing for the online purchase of furniture and electrical goods. As regards the fashion industry, popular websites include, among others, tropicalmiss.com.1 Two public institutions are heavily involved in the provision of e-services, the Mauritius Revenue Authority (MRA) and the Registrar of Companies Division. (...) Online shoppers emphasize the importance of a website’s attractiveness (mean score of 3.9) and its usability and navigation tools (3.8), among other issues such as prompt response to customer service queries and customer service in general. On the other hand, over half of respondents agreed with the statement “E-commerce does not allow me to inspect goods in advance of purchase”. (...) Customers are also reluctant to purchase from local service providers because they deem the local business’s refund policies to be either lacking or unclear.
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Score: 968891.6 - https://www.wto.org/english/re...p_e/07_adtera_chapter_03_e.pdf
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. ▪ Goal 7 addresses energy and aims at “ensuring access to affordable, reliable, sustainable and modern energy for all” with three quantified targets. 3 Topic Goal Indicators to monitor OSD 7.1 Energy access ensure universal access to affordable, reliable and modern energy services by 2030 share of households with access to electricity, to clean fuels OSD 7.2 Renewables increase substantially the share of renewable energy in the global energy mix by 2030 indicators on the penetration of renewables in the energy mix OSD 7.3 Energy efficiency double the rate of improvement in energy efficiency by 2030 indicators measuring energy efficiency improvement ➔ BIEE data base has been developed so far to monitor progress in energy efficiency in LACs, through a wide variety of indicators The objective will be to expand the BIEE data base to cover OSD 7.1 and 7.2. (...) Indicator already calculated in BIEE Indicator that can be calculated with current BIEE data Indicator needing additional data to be calculated Four types of indicators are proposed Proposed indicators to monitor the energy efficiency dimension (7.3) 6 Primary energy intensity at purchasing power parities Final energy intensity at purchasing power parities Efficiency of power generation Efficiency of thermal power plants Rate of electricity T&D losses Energy intensity of industry at purchasing power parities Energy intensity of transport to GDP at purchasing power parities Unit consumption of road transport per vehicle Energy consumption of households per household Electricity consumption per electrified households Energy intensity of services at purchasing power parities Electricity intensity of services at purchasing power parities Electricity consumption for public lighting per capita Energy intensity of agriculture at purchasing power parities Indicator already calculated in BIEE Content BIEE Status 7 • Overview of OSD 7 • Adaptation of the data template • Annex: List of indicators What has changed in the BIEE template? (...) • We ask national teams to fill in the new data series in orange background: – Solar electricity production – Geothermal electricity production – Electricity production from biomass and waste – Public electricity production – Electricity capacity installed (total, thermal, renewables) – Solar thermal heat consumption of residential – Solar thermal heat production of tertiary 11 Content BIEE Status 12 • Overview of OSD 7 • Adaptation of the data template • Annex: List of indicators on renewables Proposed indicators for power 13 BIEE & ODS indicators Share of renewables in power generation (i.e. in power mix): • Total (actual) • Total (normalized) • Without large hydro (actual) • Without large hydro (normalized) Share of renewables in electricity capacity • Total • Without hydro Share of renewables in electricity consumption (actual) Share of renewables in electricity consumption (normalized) Indicator already calculated in BIEE Indicator that can be calculated with current BIEE data Indicator needing additional data to be calculated Proposed indicators for renewables: households 14 BIEE & ODS indicators Share of renewables in household final consumption Share of renewables in household final consumption (including renewable electricity) Share of biomass in household sector Area of solar water heaters: • Total area • Area per capita Indicator already calculated in BIEE Indicator that can be calculated with current BIEE data Indicator needing additional data to be calculated Proposed indicators for renewables: services and industry 15 BIEE & ODS indicators Share of renewables in services final consumption Share of renewables in services final consumption (including renewable electricity) Share of renewables in industry final consumption Share of renewables in industry final consumption (including renewable electricity) Indicator already calculated in BIEE Indicator that can be calculated with current BIEE data Indicator needing additional data to be calculated Proposed indicators for renewables: transport 16 BIEE & ODS indicators Share of biofuels in transport sector Share of renewables in transport sector (including renewable electricity) Share of biofuels in road transport Share of biofuels in consumption of gasoline and diesel in road transport (i.e. average blending rate) Indicator already calculated in BIEE Indicator that can be calculated with current BIEE data Indicator needing additional data to be calculated
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Score: 966744.2 - https://www.cepal.org/sites/de...ies_y_sr._bruno_lapillonne.pdf
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Services & Infrastructure | 鱼类价值链中的粮食损失与浪费 | 联合国粮食及 农业组织 FAO.org 中文 english 鱼类价值链中的粮食损失与浪费 概览 价值链 损失与浪费情况 解决办法 解决办法 资源 加入我们 捕捞渔业 水产养殖 处理和存储 批发 运输 零售 Fresh Fish Retail Multiple Retailing Restaurants and Catering 消费 Services and Infrastructure for Restaurants, Catering and Food Service Appropriate services and infrastructure are a key component to reducing food loss and waste (FLW) in restaurants, catering, and food service. Purchasing must correctly interpret what ingredients are required and ensure availability in time for production. (...) For larger companies, kitchen management software can save large sums of money, but for smaller or independent operators it’s often not necessary and very expensive. Purchasing software programs provide valuable information about the planning, purchasing and ordering process.
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Score: 966441 - https://www.fao.org/flw-in-fis...ng/services-infrastructure/zh/
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Consumption expenditure includes: • Food consumed away from home; • Purchase of owner-occupied housing; • Mortgage repayments; • Housing maintenance, minor repairs; • Major repairs, conversions and extensions to owner occupied housing; • Purchase of gifts of goods and services given to others outside the household; • Luxury goods; • Non-life insurance premiums (e.g. vehicle, housing, other property, medical), gross of claims; • Life insurance premiums; • Licences and fees (e.g. driver’s licence, hunting licence, vehicle registration); • Gambling expenditure, gross of winnings; • Social transfers in-kind of goods and services from government and No-profit institutions serving households; • Expenditures abroad Consumption expenditure excludes: • Foods produced for own final consumption; • Other goods produced for own final consumption; • Services produced for own final consumption; • Income in-kind receipts of goods; • Income in-kind receipts of services; • In-kind goods received as gifts; • In-kind services received as gifts; • Mortgage interest; • Financial services (including fees for financial advice, brokerage fees); • Interest payments (excluding mortgage interest payments); • Investment-related expenditures (e.g. purchase of shares/stocks); • Occupational expenditures; • Second hand goods purchased; • Other business-related expenditures C: Concepts, definitions, classifications and weights Definition of the CPI and its objectives: CPI is a statistical tool used for measuring changes in the general level of prices of consumer goods and services purchased by private households. (...) Definition of consumption expenditures: The purchase of goods and services that households use directly or indirectly to satisfy their own needs and or wants. (...) Outlets and products/services replaced as required due to outlet closure or products/services being discontinued.
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Score: 966152.8 - www.ilo.org/ilostat-fil...U_CPI_Descriptions%20-2013.pdf
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