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It was brought to the Committee’s attention that in the case of purely domestic flights the Convention applied where the aircraft was leased to a State other than the State of Registration whereas the Convention did not apply to such flights in the State of Registration. (...) The Convention would not apply to aircraft operating purely domestic flights in the State of Registration. This paper considers options to exclude the application of the Convention to dry-leased aircraft operating purely domestic flights to ensure that where there is no international factor, the domestic law of the State where the aircraft operates would apply and not the Convention. 3.
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Score: 1356288.3 - https://www.icao.int/secretariat/legal/restr/doc05_en.pdf
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At the same time, these results –comparable to those obtained for post-1945 PTAs, hint at several problems of “pure” bilateralism. For example, the combination of potential partners’ trade already covered by PTAs and their bilateral distance — which is one of the “economic fundamentals” and affects negatively the probability of bilateral treaty-making — explains why the network was geographically constricted to Europe. (...) Highlighting this, the results of my historical case study of ‘pure’ bilateralism not ‘interfered’ by a multilateral world trade order, also allow to appreciate the positive contributions of having an institutional framework to multilaterally deal with the deepening of trade integration. (...) Actually, not all treaties included specific liberalizations; an increasing proportion of the agreements concluded in the late 1860s and 1870s convened pure mutual MFN status only, thereby “only” closing gaps in the network. back to text References : Lampe, M. (2010), ‘Explaining nineteenth-century bilateralism: economic and political determinants of the Cobden–Chevalier network’, Economic History Review Ethier, W.
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Score: 1231893.8 - https://www.wto.org/english/re...11_forum_e/wtr11_11jan11_e.htm
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At the same time, these results –comparable to those obtained for post-1945 PTAs, hint at several problems of “pure” bilateralism. For example, the combination of potential partners’ trade already covered by PTAs and their bilateral distance — which is one of the “economic fundamentals” and affects negatively the probability of bilateral treaty-making — explains why the network was geographically constricted to Europe. (...) Highlighting this, the results of my historical case study of ‘pure’ bilateralism not ‘interfered’ by a multilateral world trade order, also allow to appreciate the positive contributions of having an institutional framework to multilaterally deal with the deepening of trade integration. (...) Actually, not all treaties included specific liberalizations; an increasing proportion of the agreements concluded in the late 1860s and 1870s convened pure mutual MFN status only, thereby “only” closing gaps in the network. back to text References : Lampe, M. (2010), ‘Explaining nineteenth-century bilateralism: economic and political determinants of the Cobden–Chevalier network’, Economic History Review Ethier, W.
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Score: 1231893.8 - https://www.wto.org/french/res...11_forum_f/wtr11_11jan11_f.htm
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At the same time, these results –comparable to those obtained for post-1945 PTAs, hint at several problems of “pure” bilateralism. For example, the combination of potential partners’ trade already covered by PTAs and their bilateral distance — which is one of the “economic fundamentals” and affects negatively the probability of bilateral treaty-making — explains why the network was geographically constricted to Europe. (...) Highlighting this, the results of my historical case study of ‘pure’ bilateralism not ‘interfered’ by a multilateral world trade order, also allow to appreciate the positive contributions of having an institutional framework to multilaterally deal with the deepening of trade integration. (...) Actually, not all treaties included specific liberalizations; an increasing proportion of the agreements concluded in the late 1860s and 1870s convened pure mutual MFN status only, thereby “only” closing gaps in the network. back to text References : Lampe, M. (2010), ‘Explaining nineteenth-century bilateralism: economic and political determinants of the Cobden–Chevalier network’, Economic History Review Ethier, W.
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Score: 1231893.8 - https://www.wto.org/spanish/re...11_forum_s/wtr11_11jan11_s.htm
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FAO has applied for a patent on a new technology that would allow manufacturers to bottle coconut water that is biologically pure, tasty and full of the salts, sugars and vitamins demanded by athletes. (...) The filter retains all microorganisms and spores and renders the permeate commercially sterile." Satin's previous food inventions include high-fibre white bread and wheatless bread. (...) "What could be better than a natural beverage product with the delicate aroma, taste, drinking characteristics and nutritional value of pure, fresh, tender coconut water, plus all the functional characteristics required of a sports drink?"
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Score: 1208049.7 - https://www.fao.org/waicent/oi..._ne/PRESSENG/2000/pren0051.htm
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Marka Airport was the home hub of Royal Jordanian Airlines until 1983 and the launch of Queen Alia International Airport. Commercialization/privatization: Airports The commercialization of civilian airports began in 1994 with the recommendation from the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) of running Queen Alia International Airport on purely commercial lines, and with the explicit objective from the Government of Jordan to prepare its privatization. (...) Other civil airports were also commercialized in the wake of Queen Alia International Airport. (...) Finally, it is expected that the Jordan Airports Company will also assume the commercial operation of Mafraq-King Hussein Airport.
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Score: 1156741.4 - https://www.icao.int/sustainability/CaseStudies/Jordan.pdf
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But would it be necessary to confine this "trigger" standard only to purely intergovernmental bodies? This, at the moment, seems to be the view of some delegations. (...) It seems inherently implausible that the WTO, as a purely trade-oriented organization, could be considered to have some superior comprehension of when an emergency has ended than the relevant international bodies specializing themselves in these matters. 18. (...) Thus, in order to ensure that the duration is not purely arbitrary, taking a leaf from the African and LDC Groups proposal, something along the following lines might be considered: Food aid provided during an emergency situation may be provided for as long as necessary, based on an assessment of genuine food needs conducted by [...].
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Score: 1115102.8 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...gric_e/ref_paper_foodaid_e.doc
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But would it be necessary to confine this "trigger" standard only to purely intergovernmental bodies? This, at the moment, seems to be the view of some delegations. (...) It seems inherently implausible that the WTO, as a purely trade-oriented organization, could be considered to have some superior comprehension of when an emergency has ended than the relevant international bodies specializing themselves in these matters. 18. (...) Thus, in order to ensure that the duration is not purely arbitrary, taking a leaf from the African and LDC Groups proposal, something along the following lines might be considered: Food aid provided during an emergency situation may be provided for as long as necessary, based on an assessment of genuine food needs conducted by [...].
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Score: 1115102.8 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...gric_e/ref_paper_foodaid_e.pdf
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EU, Islamic Development Bank and UNDP Launch Revitalization of Sultan Suleiman and Salah Eddin Streets in East Jerusalem - UNDP Press Release - Question of Palestine Skip to content Welcome to the United Nations عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Search for: Home About The Committee on Palestinian Rights Division for Palestinian Rights Key Topics Key issues at stake The Quartet History Fast facts The Committee Background Bureau Membership Mandate and Objectives Areas of Activities Working Group Reports Statements Newsletters Events Upcoming Events Committee Meetings International Conferences and Side Events Delegation visits Solidarity Day Capacity Building Programme UNISPAL About UNISPAL Search Document Collection Map Collection Civil Society Overview Responsibilities of Civil Society Partners NGO Action News Get accredited Benefits of accreditation Civil Society Partners UN System FAQ Search for: Home / EU, Islamic Development Bank and UNDP Launch Revitalization of Sultan Suleiman and Salah Eddin Streets in East Jerusalem – UNDP Press Release EU, Islamic Development Bank and UNDP Launch Revitalization of Sultan Suleiman and Salah Eddin Streets in East Jerusalem – UNDP Press Release The European Union, the Islamic Development Bank and UNDP launch the Revitalization of Sultan Suleiman and Salah Eddin Streets in East Jerusalem UNDP Representative Roberto Valent, Chamber of Commerce Director Fadi Hidmi, IsDB Representative Hani Abu Diab, Director General of Waqf Sheikh Azzam Al-Khateeb, EU Representative Ralf Tarraf, Chamber of Commerce Representative Ahmad Zghaiyar East Jerusalem, 13 December 2016  – The European Union, the Islamic Development Bank, the Islamic Waqf, Arab Chamber of Commerce and UNDP’s Programme of Assistance to the Palestinian People (UNDP/PAPP) launched today the Productivity and Urban Renewal Programme in East Jerusalem (PURE). The programme, with a total value of around USD 22 million, aims at supporting the resilience of Palestinians residing in East Jerusalem by improving socio-economic conditions through the urban revitalization of two key commercial centres in the city namely Salah Eddin and Sultan Suleiman streets.   (...) “It is important to bring the streets of Jerusalem back to life and to preserve our culture and legacy,” he added. The PURE programme is currently funded by the European Union (EU) (5 million Euros) and the Islamic Development Bank (IsDB) (USD 4 million). (...) It is not only about infrastructure and economic development, it's about preserving the Palestinian identity in East Jerusalem" It is estimated that over 120 commercial and 50 business activities will directly benefit from the project, in addition to 350-400 businessmen and workers, with approximately 16,000 work days created.
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Score: 1114276.8 - https://www.un.org/unispal/document/auto-insert-209583/
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Search results Environment Press release 07/30/2020 A third of the world’s children poisoned by lead, new groundbreaking analysis says UNICEF and Pure Earth call for urgent action to abolish dangerous practices including the informal recycling of lead acid batteries Press release 02/18/2020 World failing to provide children with a healthy life and a climate fit for their future: WHO-UNICEF-Lancet As climate and commercial threats intensify, WHO-UNICEF-Lancet Commission presses for radical rethink on child health Report 03/11/2019 Danger in the air How air pollution may be affecting the brain development of young children around the world Download file (PDF, 1,24 MB) Footer UNICEF Home What we do Research and reports Regional stories Take action Press centre About us Children in South Asia Where we work Jobs Procurement and Services Related UNICEF sites South Asia Headline Results Stop Stunting in South Asia Become a donor Social Footer Secondary Contact us Legal Footer tertiary Report fraud, abuse, wrongdoing
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Score: 1110003.2 - https://www.unicef.org/rosa/topics/environment
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