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Accordingly, the review mechanism enables the regular collective appreciation and evaluation of the full range of individual Members' trade policies and practices and their impact on the functioning of the multilateral trading system. (...) WTO ANALYTICAL INDEX Trade Policy Review Mechanism – Paragraph A (Jurisprudence) 2 proceedings", and decided to disregard the information contained in the TPRM report referred to by Argentina.4 3. In US – Gambling, the Panel assessed whether the gambling problem addressed by the measure fell within the scope of the "public morals" exception within the meaning of Article XIV(a) of the GATS. (...) Based on such resources, the Panel found that gambling is a matter that could fall within the scope of public morals.5 4.
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Score: 1484689.8 - https://www.wto.org/english/re...ons_e/ai17_e/tprm_para_jur.pdf
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Indeed, we see no reason why a panel's search for the ordinary meaning of any term should always be confined to regular dictionaries. A panel's initial task in interpreting treaty provisions is to determine the ordinary meaning of the words used. (...) Nor do they demonstrate a common understanding among 38 (footnote original) Appellate Body Report, US – Gambling, para. 196. 39 Panel Report, China – Publications and Audiovisual Products, para. 7.923. 40 Scheduling of Initial Commitments in Trade in Services: Explanatory Note (MTN.GNS/W/64, 3 September 1993). 41 Appellate Body Report, US – Gambling, paras. 188-189. 42 Appellate Body Report, US – Gambling, para. 204. 43 Panel Report, US – Gambling, para. 6.82. 44 Appellate Body Report, US – Gambling, para. 177. (...) The Panel cited no evidence, however, directly supporting its further conclusion, in the quotation above, that the agreement of the parties encompassed an agreement to use the documents 'as interpretative tools in the interpretation and application of Members' scheduled commitments'."54 45 Appellate Body Report in US – Gambling, para. 194. 46 Guidelines for the Scheduling of Specific Commitments under the General Agreement on Trade in Services (S/L/92, 28 March 2001), adopted by the Council for Trade in Services 23 March 2001 (S/C/M/52, para. 11). 47 Appellate Body Report, US – Gambling, para. 193. 48 Appellate Body Report, US – Gambling, para. 197. 49 Appellate Body Report, US – Gambling, para. 197. 50 Services Sectoral Classification List, Note by the Secretariat, MTN.GNS/W/120, 10 July 1991. 51 Appellate Body Report, US – Gambling, paras. 188-189 52 Appellate Body Report, US – Gambling, para. 204. 53 Panel Report, US – Gambling, para. 6.82. 54 Appellate Body Report, US – Gambling, para. 177.
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Score: 1459728.4 - https://www.wto.org/english/re...ns_e/ai17_e/gats_art20_jur.pdf
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The study revealed that adolescents are easily influenced by environment. They rarely start gambling for money by themselves, usually they gamble first with friends/peers (51 per cent) or a family member (32 per cent). 24 per cent of survey participants gamble because their friends are gambling, while 16 per cent believe that gambling is a prestigious activity. (...) Other motivators for starting to gamble are boredom and the perception that gambling is popular. (...) The study found that the level of awareness of adolescents about the risks associated with gambling and gambling addiction is low. The majority of adolescents who gamble do not talk to their parents about gambling and its risks.
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Score: 1457301.2 - https://www.unicef.org/georgia...gh-georgia-unicef-report-finds
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Mhembere, adding that gambling has increased, particularly in the past three years. (...) “Of the three countries included in our analysis, South Africa has by far the largest overall gambling market, as well as the largest land-based casino gambling market. (...) Of the three countries included in the analysis, South Africa has the largest overall gambling market (90%) followed by Nigeria. Gambling in South Africa grew rapidly during 1997 to 2002 with the introduction of various new gambling opportunities and categories such as bingo, sports betting and limited payout machines.
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Score: 1442506.8 - https://www.un.org/africarenew...g-zimbabweans-warming-gambling
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Problem gambling among adolescents and youth is a growing public health concern globally, as well as in Georgia, UNICEF study says. (...) Ghassan Khalil, UNICEF Representative in Georgia. “Early exposure to gambling may lead to a higher risk of developing problem gambling. (...) Adolescents with less knowledge about gambling and problem gambling are more likely to gamble and achieve a problem gambling level than those who have greater knowledge about the harm of gambling.
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Score: 1440528.6 - https://www.unicef.org/georgia...-placed-national-public-health
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ARTICLE 7: In the event money which have been put as bets in gambling, as well as money from those which the manager of a gambling den/site, head of the gambling, gambling agents, persons who assist in settling gambling payment, person who assumes function as a cashier, The Compendium of Cambodian Laws, Volume 2 3 intermediary and gamblers… have been seized, they shall recorded properly in a proces- verbal by the agents of the competent authority and sent to the court. (...) These gambling devices/equipments listed above shall be seized as evidences. (...) ARTICLE 11: Anybody who appeared himself/herself to defend gamblings of any kind or gambling den /site any where shall be subjected to imprisonment from one (1) years to five (5) years.
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Score: 1439927.6 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...e/khm_e/WTACCKHM3A3_LEG_42.pdf
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Since the mid-1980s there has been unprecedented growth in commercial gambling and annual global gambling losses were estimated to total $400 billion in 2016 (Bogart, 2011; The data team, 2017). This growth is driven by increasing acceptance of legal gambling, the intersection of gambling and financial technologies, impacts of internet and mobile devices, the spread of gambling to traditionally non-gambling settings and other globalisation forces (Abbott & Volberg, 1999). (...) There is also strong growth, globally, in on-line gambling. While now widespread, some societies previously had limited experience of gambling and it remains legally prohibited in some parts of the world (Binde, 2005).
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Score: 1425875 - https://www.who.int/publicatio...and-othergambling-related-harm
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Ct. 2587 (2002) AB-84 Gambling Law in Five States and Their Effect on Internet Gambling, Enclosure 1 to the GAO Interim Report on Internet Gambling (23 September 2002) AB-85 Statement of John G. (...) 9/11: A Changed Nation," The Hartford Courant (10 September 2003) AB-156 Document entitled "Fraud within the United States Gambling Industry" AB-157 Document entitled "U.S. Gambling Revenue" AB-158 Document entitled "Youth Gambling" AB-159 Theresa E. (...) Petry, Disordered Gambling Among University Based Medical and Dental Patients: A Focus on Internet Gambling, 16 Psychol.
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Score: 1416434.6 - https://www.wto.org/english/tratop_e/dispu_e/285r_g_e.doc
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Ct. 2587 (2002) AB-84 Gambling Law in Five States and Their Effect on Internet Gambling, Enclosure 1 to the GAO Interim Report on Internet Gambling (23 September 2002) AB-85 Statement of John G. (...) 9/11: A Changed Nation," The Hartford Courant (10 September 2003) AB-156 Document entitled "Fraud within the United States Gambling Industry" AB-157 Document entitled "U.S. Gambling Revenue" AB-158 Document entitled "Youth Gambling" WT/DS285/R Page G-7 Exhibit No. (...) Petry, Disordered Gambling Among University Based Medical and Dental Patients: A Focus on Internet Gambling, 16 Psychol.
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Score: 1416434.6 - https://www.wto.org/english/tratop_e/dispu_e/285r_g_e.pdf
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(iii) Some of the measures are unrelated to cross border supply of gambling services 49. In paragraph 14 of its request for preliminary rulings, the United States has identified some legislative provisions which it argues are "unrelated to cross-border gambling" and that, therefore, they should not be considered by the Panel in this dispute. 50. (...) The site provides an answer to a question designed to inform the public about laws relating to Internet gambling. The answer lacks any independent operational status under municipal law. (...) This opinion is an interpretation of the law applicable to Internet gambling provided by the Attorney General and Deputy Attorney General in 1996 at the request of a State Senator.
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Score: 1404531.6 - https://www.wto.org/english/tratop_e/dispu_e/285r_a_e.doc
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