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Private companies render services such as banking, insurance, legal consultancy, to name a few.   (...) Each of the six ASAN centres renders services to more than 2,500 people daily. (...) The intra-city mobile service has rendered services to 604 families in Baku. 173 of them are persons with disabilities which the services were rendered free of charge.
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Score: 856989.4 - https://publicadministration.u...ners/2015-Winners/ASAN-Service
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Also in the case of services rendered by using modern means of telecommunication and information technologies, different types of services are rendered without any physical presence in one of the contracting states. (...) Secondly, Chile does not limit the applicability of the service PE provision to individuals having an employee relationship with the enterprise rendering the services. However, Chile limits the applicability of source taxation to services rendered in Chile. (...) By applying the “virtual” service PE concept, services rendered abroad may also result in the existence of a service PE in Saudi-Arabia, if: • the non-resident service provider renders services in Saudi-Arabia and • those services have a duration of more than six months.75 71 V.A.
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Score: 820355.1 - https://www.un.org/development...M_CRP23_Technical-Services.pdf
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Appeals may be filed by: Either party before the UNDT (applicant or respondent) appealing a judgment or interlocutory order rendered by the UNDT; Either party before the UNRWA DT (applicant or respondent) appealing a judgment or interlocutory order rendered by the UNRWA DT; A UNJSPF participant, beneficiary or a person making claims on behalf of a deceased or incapacitated participant or beneficiary may appeal a decision of the Standing Committee acting on behalf of the UNJSPB; A current or former staff member or a person making claims on behalf of a deceased or incapacitated staff member who is contesting an administrative decision made by the head of an agency, entity or organization that has accepted jurisdiction of UNAT, which include: International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO); International Court of Justice (ICJ); International Maritime Organization (IMO); International Seabed Authority (ISA); International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea (ITLOS); and World Meteorological Organization (WMO). (...) These presently include: International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO); International Court of Justice (ICJ); International Maritime Organization (IMO); International Seabed Authority (ISA); International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea (ITLOS); and World Meteorological Organization (WMO). * Interlocutory orders: Interlocutory orders are orders which are rendered during an intermediate stage of the proceedings before the UNDT or UNRWA DT, after the commencement of the case but prior to the rendering of a case’s final judgment. (...) Appeals must therefore assert that in rendering its judgment or order, the UNDT or UNRWA DT has: Exceeded its jurisdiction or competence; Failed to exercise jurisdiction vested in it; Erred on a question of law; Committed an error in procedure, such as to affect the decision of the case; or Erred on a question of fact, resulting in a manifestly unreasonable decision.
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Score: 799523.14 - https://www.un.org/en/internal...unat/appeals-and-answers.shtml
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The internal transmission of goods and the rendering of services are the object of exemption whenever such exemption is justified for technical reasons or for reasons of economic or social policy, namely: a) The transmissions of goods and rendering of services in the ambit of agriculture, forestry, livestock or fishing activities; b) The rendering of services and the transmissions of goods closely connected thereto, in the ambit of medical and sanitary activities, of education and professional training, of protection of infants, youths or senior citizens, social security and social assistance, habitually pursued by public entities or not for profit organizations whose purpose and object are recognized by the competent authorities; c) The rendering of services that consist of classes ministered on a personal basis, at the level of basic and pre-school education, of secondary, technical- professional, medium and higher education; d) The rendering of services by not for profit organizations that explore establishments or installations destined for the practice of sports, recreational and physical education activities, the persons that practice these activities; e) The rendering of services and the transmissions of goods connected thereto, by collective persons under public law and not for profit organizations relative to congresses, conferences, seminars, courses and similars, of scientific, cultural, educational or technical nature; f) The rendering of services to the respective promoters by professionals of the respective area for the execution of theatrical, choreographic, musical, circus, sports and other spectacles, film production, edition of discs and other sound and image supports; g) The transmissions, by their face value, of postal stamps in circulation or of stamped amounts, as well as the respective sales commissions; h) The rendering of services and transmission of goods connected thereto, by the public postal services, with the exception of telecommunications. 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REPUBLIC OF CAPE VERDE, 19 DECEMBER 2002 i) The transmission of copyright and the authorization to use intellectual work, defined by Law No. 101/III/90 of December 29th, Copyright Law, by the authors themselves, their heirs or legataries; j) The transmissions by artists themselves, their heirs or legataries of art objects of their authorship, under the conditions and limits fixed in the VAT Regulation. k) The transmission of newspapers, magazines and books, considered to be of a cultural, educational, technical or recreational nature; l) The cedence of personnel by religious or philosophical institutions to perform activities exempt or for spiritual assistance purposes; m) Rendering of services in the collective interest of its associates by not for profit organizations, as long as these organizations pursue objectives whose nature is political, syndical, religious, patriotic, humanitarian, philanthropic, recreational, sports, cultural, civil or of representation of economic interests, and the sole counterpart is a quota fixed under the terms of the statutes. n) The transmission of goods and the rendering of services by entities whose habitual activities are exempt, during occasional fund raising activities in their exclusive behalf, with a maximum annual number to be fixed in the VAT Regulation and on the condition that the exemption does not provoke distortions in competition; o) Exploration of gambling under the terms foreseen in the appropriate legislation, as well as the respective commissions; p) The transmission of staple goods to be absolutely defined in the VAT Regulation; q) The transmission of drugs, including those for veterinarian use, as well as pharmaceutical specialties and other pharmaceutical products destined exclusively for therapeutic or prophylactic purposes; r) Transmission of equipment goods, seeds, reproduction species, fertilizers, pesticides, herbicides, fungicides and similars, as well as nets, hooks and other fishing apparatus, also to be enumerated specifically in the VAT Regulation; s) The banking and financial operations, insurance and reinsurance operations as well as the rendering of connected services executed by brokers and insurance intermediaries; t) The transmissions of immovables subject to Single Tax on Patrimony under the terms of the respective Regulation; I SERIES, No. 28, 2nd SUPPLEMENT, O.B. REPUBLIC OF CAPE VERDE, 19 DECEMBER 2002 u) The rental of immovables, however not including in this the situations in which the same are inserted in commercial, industrial and services rendering activities; v) The rendering of services by funeral and cremation enterprises, as well as the transmission of accessory goods to the same services; w) Public garbage removal services; x) Transmission of goods affected exclusively to an exempt activity and that, at the time of their acquisition or affectation were not object of the right to deduction. y) The activities of the public radio and television companies, of a non- commercial nature. 2.
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Score: 767319.24 - https://www.wto.org/english/th.../cpv_e/WTACCCPV20A2_LEG_18.pdf
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Term of performance of work (rendering of service) is defined date (the period of time) to which performance of work (rendering of service) should be finished or (and) date (the period of time) to which the executor should start performance of work (rendering of service). In case performance of work (rendering of service) is carried out in parts (delivery of periodicals, maintenance service) during validity of the contract about performance of works (rendering of services), should be provided corresponding terms (periods) of performance of such works (rendering of services). (...) Consequences of infringement by the executor of terms of performance of works (rendering of services) If the executor has broken terms of performance of work (rendering of service), terms of the beginning and the termination of performance of work (rendering of service) and intermediate terms of performance of work (rendering of service), or during performance of work (rendering of service) became obvious, that it will not be executed in time, the consumer at the choice has the right: - To appoint to the executor new term during which the executor should start performance of work (rendering of service) and (or) to finish performance of work (rendering of service), and to demand reduction of the price for performance of work (rendering of service); - To charge performance of work (rendering of service) to the third parties or to execute it by own strength and to demand from the executor of compensation of the suffered charges; - To demand reduction of the price for performance of work (rendering of service); - To terminate the contract about performance of work (rendering of service).
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Score: 766019.2 - https://www.wto.org/english/th.../tjk_e/WTACCTJK13A1_LEG_11.pdf
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To prevent a dole-out culture, parents render community service or serve as CREW who help children with disabilities other than their child. (...) The table below presents a breakdown of the types of services rendered from 2007-1012 as well as the monetary equivalence of the free services rendered. (...) The impact of the developmental gains achieved by the on themselves and on their loved ones further underscores the value of Project TEACH. TYPE OF SERVICES RENDERED FOR FREE TIME PERIOD Amount of Free Services Rendered in Php (Standard Rate x No. of Sessions) I.
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Score: 752672.27 - https://publicadministration.u...nProfilev2014/mid/1170/id/3757
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Retailing, usage, and service rendering as well as advertising of products, which are subject to certifying in the Republic of Armenia, is permitted only after their compliance with relevant requirements of obligatory certification regulations of the Republic of Armenia. 2. Product manufacturers (importers) and service renders are required to retain certificate of compliance (further: certificate) of a product or service, which are subject to certify in the Republic of Armenia. 3. (...) Business entities (producers, importers), which received certificates in accordance with established procedure, in case of handing or selling products to other business entities, should also render a registered and attested copy of a certificate. 6.
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Score: 752478.7 - https://www.wto.org/english/th..._e/arm_e/WTACCARM10_LEG_17.pdf
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Microsoft Word - 4 f Regulation on the Fee for Customs Services Rendered REGULATION GOVERNING THE AMOUNT OF THE FEE FOR CUSTOMS SERVICES RENDERED (Official Gazette 102/2001) Article 1 A fee for customs services rendered shall be charged on all imported goods. The fee for customs services rendered shall be charged in the following amounts: - 19 Euro per each ten-digit tariff entry on a customs import declaration (form U4). Article 2 Notwithstanding Article 1 of this Regulation, a fee for customs services rendered shall not be charged on goods exempt from payment of customs duty in conformity with the provisions of Articles 180 and 181 of the Customs Law (Official Gazette of the Republic of Macedonia no.s 21/98, 26/98, 63/98, 86/99, 25/2000 and 31/2000), as well as on imports of goods which are exempt from payment of customs duty under existing international agreements.
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Score: 750031.2 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...c_e/mkd_e/WTACCMKD22_LEG_6.pdf
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The supply of goods, fulfillment of works, or rendering of services by a taxpayer to his employees, including gratuitously, is a taxable transaction. 5. (...) A supply of goods, fulfillment of works, or rendering of services which is incidental to a (main) supply of goods, fulfillment of works, or rendering of services is treated as part of the latter. 2. A fulfillment of works or rendering of services incidental to an import of goods is part of the import of goods. 3.
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Score: 749712.4 - https://www.wto.org/english/th..._e/tjk_e/WTACCTJK6A1_LEG_3.pdf
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ARPA: An autonomous renderer placement algorithm in distributed multimedia fog networks with delay guarantees Committed to connecting the world Español Français Sign In Search for: ITU About ITU Media Centre Events Publications Statistics Areas of Action Regional Presence Careers General Secretariat Radiocommunication Standardization Development ITU Telecom Members' Zone Join ITU You are here ITU > Home > ITU Publications > General Secretariat and ITU TELECOM > publications Share ARPA: An autonomous renderer placement algorithm in distributed multimedia fog networks with delay guarantees Shopping cart You are here Home > ITU Publications > General Secretariat and ITU TELECOM > ITU Journal on Future and Evolving Technologies > Volume 2 (2021) > Issue 2 > Article Share ARPA: An autonomous renderer placement algorithm in distributed multimedia fog networks with delay guarantees Authors: Athanasios Tsipis, Konstantinos Oikonomou Status: Final Date of publication: 23 November 2021 Published in: ITU Journal on Future and Evolving Technologies, Volume 2 (2021), Issue 2, Pages 81-108 Article DOI : https://doi.org/10.52953/TSDT6782 Abstract: Multimedia cloud computing has emerged as a popular paradigm for the support of delay-intolerable immersive multimedia applications with high-end three-dimensional rendering. (...) Based on the analysis, we propose a distributed algorithm, namely the Autonomous Renderer Placement Algorithm (ARPA), to address it. (...) Keywords: Delay guarantees, distributed facility location, fog computing networks, multimedia cloud computing, rendering server placement, scalability Rights: © International Telecommunication Union, available under the CC BY-NC-ND 3.0 IGO license.
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Score: 747527.25 - https://www.itu.int/pub/S-JNL-VOL2.ISSUE2-2021-A06
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