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The suspension of the imposing Member's obligations under Article XI in this manner would allow it to 're-adjust temporarily the balance in the level of concessions between that Member and other exporting Members' to prevent or remedy serious injury. In the absence of an obligation preventing a Member's remedial action, there would be obviously no need for that Member to be released from a WTO commitment and, therefore, nothing to 're-adjust temporarily'. (...) Second, the suspension, withdrawal, or modification in question must be designed to prevent or remedy serious injury to the Member's domestic industry caused or threatened by increased imports of the subject product. (...) The imposition of the specific duty on galvalume may seek to prevent or remedy serious injury to Indonesia's industry, but it does not suspend any GATT obligation or withdraw or modify any GATT concession.
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Score: 720771.44 - https://www.wto.org/english/re...ai17_e/safeguards_art1_jur.pdf
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The fact that Article 59 addresses the authority to order remedies implies that the obligations continue until the time that a remedy has been ordered. (...) Interpreting Article 59 in context with Article 41, the Panel stated: "Moreover, the obligation to have the authority to order certain types of remedies is not an obligation to have the authority to order those remedies only. (...) However, the Panel recalls its finding … that the remedies specified in Article 59 are not exhaustive.
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Score: 720701.07 - https://www.wto.org/english/re...s_e/ai17_e/trips_art59_jur.pdf
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In determining the appropriate remedy (if any), the Chamber has to examine whether or not the accused has been prejudiced by the relevant breach.17 III. (...) In the absence of prejudice to the Accused, there is no basis to grant the remedies sought by the Accused for this specific violation or as a sanction against the Prosecution. 9. (...) The Chamber recalls its instruction during the trial phase of the case, that unless an urgent remedy was sought, the Accused should file a consolidated disclosure violation motion on a monthly basis.19 There was a similar instruction to file a consolidated disclosure violation motion prior to the filing of the closing briefs.20 The Chamber further recalls its observation that the Accused failed to pay regard to its repeated instruction that the filing of disclosure violation motions should not be a purely numerical exercise and that he should instead focus on disclosure violations where there is demonstrable prejudice.21 Having considered these factors and given that the trial phase of the case has ended, the Chamber now instructs the Accused, that unless an urgent remedy is sought, a consolidated disclosure violation motion should be filed on 30 April 2015. 17 Kordić and Čerkez Appeal Judgement, para. 179; Prosecutor v.
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Score: 716332.57 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/karadzic/tdec/en/150121.pdf
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Actions to tackle soil pollution 13.1 Introduction to soil pollution remediation 13.2 Immediate risk reduction measures 13.3 Remediation 13.4 Technologies for remediating polluted soils 13.5 Management and adaptation strategies to soil pollution 13.6 Conclusion 13.7 References Chapter 14.  Summary of key findings and way forward 14.1 Introduction 14.2 Key findings 14.3 Way forward to prevent and halt soil pollution and to remediate polluted soils 14.4 Glossary 14.5 References Chapter 6. (...) They have implemented legislation that prevents greater environmental pollution and provides guidance for remediation. In contrast, most developing countries in the region are still struggling to cope with pollution.
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Score: 716332.57 - https://www.fao.org/3/cb4894en...ine/src/html/chapter-06-9.html
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Actions to tackle soil pollution 13.1 Introduction to soil pollution remediation 13.2 Immediate risk reduction measures 13.3 Remediation 13.4 Technologies for remediating polluted soils 13.5 Management and adaptation strategies to soil pollution 13.6 Conclusion 13.7 References Chapter 14.  Summary of key findings and way forward 14.1 Introduction 14.2 Key findings 14.3 Way forward to prevent and halt soil pollution and to remediate polluted soils 14.4 Glossary 14.5 References Chapter 1. (...) Especially in the case of diffuse pollution affecting large areas, management practices aimed at reducing the risk and entrance of contaminants into the food chain are applied. Researchers and remediation companies are now investing in the development of nature-based technologies that enable environmentally sound and sustainable remediation (Duarte, Cachada and Rocha-Santos, 2018).
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Score: 716332.57 - https://www.fao.org/3/cb4894en...ine/src/html/chapter-01-2.html
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EXCEPTIONAL CHARACTER OF THE NON-VIOLATION REMEDY .............................. 3 III. PURPOSE OF THE NON-VIOLATION REMEDY ................................................................. 3 IV. (...) EXCEPTIONAL CHARACTER OF THE NON-VIOLATION REMEDY 7. The view has been expressed that non-violation nullification and impairment (the "non- violation remedy") has an exceptional character. 5 It has been noted that the Panel in Japan - Film considered that "the non-violation remedy should be approached with caution and should remain an exceptional remedy". 6 The view has been expressed that non-violation complaints could only succeed under the TRIPS Agreement in a very limited number of cases. 7 It has been argued that neither the existence of safeguards nor the limited number of cases is relevant to the question whether non- violation complaints should be admissible in the TRIPS context and, if so, on what conditions and within what limits. 8 It has been suggested that the exceptional character of the remedy could have a bearing on the scope of non-violation complaints entertained under the TRIPS Agreement. 9 III. PURPOSE OF THE NON-VIOLATION REMEDY 8. The issue of the purpose of the non-violation remedy and whether it is necessary or desirable in the TRIPS context has been discussed.
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Score: 716188.2 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr.../ta_docs_e/6_ipcw349rev1_e.pdf
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Lack of efficient local remedies 30. Under generally recognized principles of international law, domestic remedies must be available, effective, sufficient and adequate. Purely administrative and disciplinary remedies cannot be considered adequate and effective;36 local remedies must be available and effective in order for the rule of domestic exhaustion to apply;37 domestic remedies are unavailable and ineffective if the national laws legitimize the human rights violation being complained of,38 if the State systematically impedes the access of the individuals to the al. v. (...) Onus on the applicant to demonstrate the exhaustion of available domestic remedies 51. The applicant has failed to demonstrate the exhaustion of domestic remedies and seeks to apportion the burden of proof on the respondent,59 despite it being well recognized under international law that the burden of proof lies with the applicant.60 Once the applicant has demonstrated the exhaustion of domestic remedies, the respondent may point to domestic remedies that are indeed available and have not yet been exhausted.61 52.
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Score: 715615.7 - https://www.un.org/unispal/wp-...s/2021/06/CERDC1004_160621.pdf
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Other key products manufactured by the company were about fifty herbal remedies, based on ayurvedic medicines or traditional health science. (...) First, the export of herbal products, including the ayurvedic remedies, did not have to face stiff price competition due to a limited number of suppliers in the world market. (...) Buyers in Western countries had increasingly been asking for GMP certificates for aryurvedic remedies, as these products were relatively vulnerable to contamination and unwanted substances.
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Score: 715297.6 - https://www.wto.org/english/re...p_e/casestudies_e/case31_e.htm
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RECOGNISING that labour inspectors, recruitment agency regulators and anti-trafficking police have a shared responsibility and complementary roles, mandates and advantages in remedying violations of workers’ rights, including forced labour and trafficking in persons for forced labour in accordance with their national legal framework. (...) RECOGNISING that labour inspectors, recruitment agency regulators and anti-trafficking police need to work collaboratively to ensure workers can access effective remedies for violations suffered, effective sanctions and punishments for perpetrators and a systematic approach to curb illegal practices in recruitment and employment of workers. (...) Review legal frameworks, policies and practices to enable application of concurrent sanctions by labour inspectors, recruitment agency regulators and anti-trafficking police, to ensure migrant workers timely access to remedies, including compensation and payment of unpaid wages; 3.
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Score: 714662.2 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...eetingdocument/wcms_736825.pdf
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CNS/SG/6 - IP/03 AFI Planning and Implementation Regional Group (APIRG) Communications, Navigation and Surveillance Sub-Group Sixth Meeting (CNS/SG/6) (Dakar, Senegal, 18-22 May 2015) TENTATIVE WORK PROGRAMME Time Item Day 1 st : Monday, 18 May 2015 08:00-08:30 Registration 09:00-09:30 Opening Session 09:30-10:00 TEA /COFFEE BREAK 10:00-10:30 Agenda Item 1: Election of Chairman and Vice-Chairman of the Sub-Group 10:30-11:00 Agenda Item 2: Terms of reference, work programme and composition of the Communications, Navigation and Surveillance Sub-group as defined by APIRG/19 11:00-12:00 Agenda Item 3: Review the outcome of the APIRG Extraordinary Meeting 12:00-13:00 Agenda Item 4: Review of the status of implementation of AFS (ATS/DS- AFTN/ AMHS) in the AFI Region identification of deficiencies and remedial action 13:00-14:00 LUNCH BREAK 14:00-14:30 Agenda Item 4: Review of the implementation of the Aeronautical Mobile Service, identification of deficiencies and remedial action (Voice & Data) 14:30-15:00 Agenda Item 4: Review of the status of implementation of Nav’Aids in the AFI Region identification of deficiencies and remedial action 15:00-15:15 TEA /COFFEE BREAK 15:15-15:45 Agenda Item 4: Review of the status of implementation of GNSS (ABAS, SBAS and GBAS) in the AFI Region Day 2 nd : Tuesday, 19 May 2015 08:30- 09:30 Agenda Item 4: Review of the status of implementation of Surveillance systems in the AFI Region identification of deficiencies and remedial action 9:30-10:00 TEA /COFFEE BREAK 10:00-10:30 Agenda Item 4: Review of the status of implementation of an integrated AFI Integrated Regional Telecommunications Infrastructure identification of deficiencies and remedial action 10:30-11:00 Agenda Item 4: Issues on Aeronautical Spectrum Management in the AFI Region ICAO position, including updates and preparations for the ITU-WRC -2015 meeting 11:00-11:30 Agenda Item 4: Issues on Aeronautical Spectrum Management in the AFI Region ICAO position, including updates and preparations for the ITU-WRC -2015 meeting 11:30-12:00 Agenda Item 4: Remaining and new tasks to be carried out by CNS/SG 12:30-13:00 Agenda Item 4: Remaining and new tasks to be carried out by CNS/SG 13:00-14:00 LUNCH BREAK 14:00-14:30 Agenda Item 4: Aviation System Block Upgrades and CNS Technology Roadmaps 14:30-15:00 Agenda Item 4: Aviation System Block Upgrades and CNS Technology Roadmaps 15:00-15:15 TEA /COFFEE BREAK 15:15-15:45 Agenda Item 5: AFI Regional Performance Objectives 15:45-16:15 Agenda Item 5: Identification of the linkage between the remaining Tasks with ICAO Aviation System Blocks Upgrades (ASBU) Block (0) Modules and Regional Performance Objectives CNS/SG/6 - IP/03 Time Item Day 3rd : Wednesday, 20 May 2015 08:30- 09:30 Agenda Item 6: : Identification and development of Regional Projects based on Aviation System Block Upgrades (B0) and Regional Performance Objectives 09:30-10:00 TEA /COFFEE BREAK 10:00-10:30 Agenda Item 6: Identification and development of Regional Projects based on Aviation System Block Upgrades (B0) and Regional Performance Objectives 10:30-11:00 Agenda Item 6: Identification and development of Regional Projects based on Aviation System Block Upgrades (B0) and Regional Performance Objectives 11:30-12:00 Agenda Item 6: Identification and development of Regional Projects based on Aviation System Block Upgrades (B0) and Regional Performance Objectives 12:00-12:30 Agenda Item 6: Identification and development of Regional Projects based on Aviation System Block Upgrades (B0) and Regional Performance Objectives 12:30-13:00 Agenda Item 6: Identification and development of Regional Projects based on Aviation System Block Upgrades (B0) and Regional Performance Objectives 13:00-14:00 LUNCH BREAK 14:00-14:30 Agenda Item 7: Review the new Air Navigation plan Structure and develop a draft material for endorsement by APIRG 14:30-15:00 Agenda Item 7: Review the new Air Navigation plan Structure and develop a draft material for endorsement by APIRG 15:00-15:15 TEA /COFFEE BREAK 15:15-15:45 Agenda Item 7: Review the new Air Navigation plan Structure and develop a draft material for endorsement by APIRG Day 4 th : Thursday, 21 May 2015 08:30-09:30 Agenda Item 7: Regional Targets and e-ANP 09:30-10:00 TEA /COFFEE BREAK 10:00-13:00 Agenda Item 7: Regional Targets and e-ANP 13:00-14:00 LUNCH 14:00-16:00 Agenda Item 7: Regional Targets and e-ANP Day 5 th : Friday, 22 May 2015 08:30- 09:30 Agenda Item 8: Future work programme and composition of the CNS/SG 09:30-10:00 Agenda Item 9: Any other business 10:00-11:30 BREAK 11:30-12:30 Review of summary of conclusions 12:30-13:00 Closing Ceremony
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Score: 714662.2 - https://www.icao.int/WACAF/Doc...%20IP03%20Work%20programme.pdf
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