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Goods schedule MP Schedule was transposed into HS96 pursuant to special procedures in WT/L/756 .  (...) Goods schedule MP Schedule was transposed into HS96 pursuant to special procedures in WT/L/756 .  (...) Goods schedule MP Schedule was transposed into HS96 pursuant to special procedures in WT/L/756 . 
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Score: 634233.1 - https://www.wto.org/french/tra..._f/goods_schedules_table_f.htm
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Press the Ctrl + F keys of the keyboard to search for text in the list SYMBOL TITLE DATE SCM/1 Committee on Subsidies and Countervailing Measures - Information on Implementation and Administration of
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Score: 634025.9 - https://www.wto.org/gatt_docs/s.htm
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The First Schedule lists specific sniping incidents, while the Second Schedule lists specific shelling incidents. (...) The Chamber however finds that the Prosecution is not at liberty to amend the Schedules and that the Chamber has to verify whether the alterations brought to the Schedules amount to an amendment. 19. The Chamber accepts that the Prosecution has deleted some incidents from the original Schedules. The elements added to the Second Schedule merely add to or correct specific information which was already contained in the original Schedule.
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Score: 633905.37 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/galic/tdec/en/11019FI117058.htm
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WTO | Services - CBT - Main Building Blocks: Agreement, Annexes, and Schedules - How schedules are structured- Page 1 WORLD TRADE ORGANIZATION Home   |  About WTO   |  News & events   |  Trade topics   |  WTO membership   |  Documents & resources   |  External relations Contact us   |  Site map   |  A-Z   |  Search español   français home trade topics services gats training module how schedules are structured GATS TRAINING MODULE: CHAPTER 2 Main Building Blocks: Agreement, Annexes, and Schedules Click the + to open an item. 2.6 How Schedules are Structured A tree for site navigation will open here if you enable JavaScript in your browser. (...) The schedule is a relatively complex document, more difficult to read than a tariff schedule under GATT. While a tariff schedule, in its simplest form, lists one tariff rate per product, a schedule of commitments contains at least eight entries per sector: the commitments on each market access and national treatment with regard to the four modes of supply.
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Score: 633868.16 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...rv_e/cbt_course_e/c2s6p1_e.htm
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In NICE, the traffic scheduling enforcement capability is based on pre-defined rules, and receives traffic scheduling rules from the traffic scheduling capability. In S-NICE, the traffic scheduling capability is one of the S-NICE controller capabilities. (...) The traffic scheduling capability is enhanced in S-NICE, so that the traffic scheduling rules transferred to the traffic scheduling enforcement capability of S-NICE are straightforward instructions.
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Score: 633400.8 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica.../files/basic-html/page202.html
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This is the commitment for scheduled agricultural products.… 3 (footnote original) Appellate Body Report, EC – Computer Equipment, para. 84. (...) WTO ANALYTICAL INDEX Agreement on Agriculture – Article 3 (Jurisprudence) 4 "Under the first part of Article 3.3, Members have committed not to provide export subsidies listed in Article 9.1 in respect of scheduled agricultural products in excess of budgetary outlays and quantity commitment levels specified in the relevant Member's Schedule. Article 9.1 of the Agreement on Agriculture refers to scheduled agricultural product commitments as 'reduction commitments'.
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Score: 633218.85 - https://www.wto.org/english/re...i17_e/agriculture_art3_jur.pdf
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Econometric Models of Demand for World Scheduled Air Traffic ................................ 48 Appendix 2. (...) ICAO scheduled passenger traffic — Regions of airline registration (1985–2025) ............. 36 Table 5-3. (...) ICAO scheduled freight traffic — Regions of airline registration (1985–2025) .................. 40 Table 5-6.
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Score: 632927.25 - https://www.icao.int/sustainab.../Documents/C313_Outlook_En.pdf
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Scheduling Order IN TRIAL CHAMBER II Before: Judge David Hunt, Presiding Judge Registrar: Mrs Dorothee de Sampayo Garrido-Nijgh Order of: 31 October 2000 PROSECUTOR v. MILORAD KRNOJELAC _____________________________________ SCHEDULING ORDER _____________________________________ The Office of the Prosecutor : Ms Hildegard Uertz-Retzlaff Ms Peggy Kuo Counsel for the Accused : Mr Mihajlo Bakrac Mr Miroslav Vasic   THIS TRIAL CHAMBER of the International Tribunal for the Prosecution of Persons Responsible for Serious Violations of International Humanitarian Law Committed in the Territory of the Former Yugoslavia since 1991; NOTING the "Second Revised Scheduling Order for Closing Briefs and Arguments" issued on 31 October 2000 by this Trial Chamber in the Prosecutor v Kunarac, Kovac and Vukovic proceedings (" Kunarac Scheduling Order") in which it was ordered that closing arguments in that case, which had been scheduled for 13 , 14 and 16 November, were rescheduled for 20, 21 and 22 November 2000; NOTING the "Scheduling Order for Preparation of Trial" issued by the Trial Chamber in these proceedings on 28 September 2000 ("First Scheduling Order") and the "Second Scheduling Order for Preparation of Trial" issued by the Trial Chamber on 17 October 2000 ("Second Scheduling Order"); CONSIDERING that because of the necessity to hold hearings in the Kunarac proceedings on 20, 21 and 22 November 2000, it will not be possible to hold the hearings which were to be held in the Krnojelac proceedings on those days; HEREBY ORDER that There will be no hearings in these proceedings on 20, 21 and 22 November. The Trial Chamber will sit in these proceedings on Thursday 23, Monday 27 and Tuesday 28 November. The First Scheduling Order is varied accordingly and all other dispositions in that order and the Second Scheduling Order remain unchanged.
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Score: 632790.2 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/k...elac/tord/en/01031SO213991.htm
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DRAFTING A SERVICES SCHEDULE The basic reference document that WTO Members and governments under accession use to draft their commitments is the "Guidelines for the Scheduling of Specific Commitments under the General Agreement on Trade in Services (GATS)". (...) The Schedules and the exemption lists are integral parts of the Agreement. (...) The terminology used in Schedules has also been standardized wherever possible.
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Score: 632685.5 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...cc_e/cbt_course_e/annex9_e.doc
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Most of the commitments permit the supply of public voice services, either immediate or phased-in, in at least one market segment: 41 schedules (55 governments) committed on local service, 37 schedules (51 governments) on domestic long distance, and 42 schedules (56 governments) on international service. Resale of public voice telephone is included in 28 schedules (42 governments) or more than 70 per cent of the 59 governments permitting a degree of competition in public voice service. -  In commitments on other services: 49 schedules (63 governments) include commitments on data transmission services; 46 schedules (60 governments) grant access for cellular/mobile telephone markets; 41 schedules (55 governments) commit to competition in leased circuit services (the supply of transmission capacity); 45 schedules (59 governments) include commitments on other types of mobile services (such as PCs, mobile data or paging). (...) Footnote: 1 The end of the negotiations on 15 February 1997 resulted in 55 schedules of commitments, covering 69 countries (counting individually the 15 member states covered in the single EC schedule).
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Score: 632373.9 - https://www.wto.org/english/news_e/pres98_e/pr87_e.htm
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