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According to the Law of Georgia on protecting customers rights sale of cigarettes through the retail network should be conducted as follows: a) information on the products produced in Georgia for sale on local market and imported products should be in Georgian language and should contain the following: the list and amount of the substances dangerous for health; date of issue that shall be indicated on box; text concerning negative effects of smoking - the Ministry of Healths Warning: Smoking Creates Serious Risks to Your Health as well as one of the examples of the negative effect of smoking like Smoking Causes Cancer, Smoking Causes Premature Death, Smoking of Pregnant Women is Dangerous for their Child, etc. b) information on the box of ready product concerning the product must be no less then 6 percent of a box; c) it is allowed to sell through the retail market network only the products, which satisfy all requirements of applicable normative acts; d) salesperson selling cigarettes, including imported ones, is required to have due documents on all products certified by the signature and stamp of producer or supplier, which contains information concerning certification of the product and its correspondence with the registration document; e) it is prohibited to sell cigarettes in educational, children and medical institutions and in the canteens and buffets of educational, children and medical institutions on the entire territory of Georgia; f) it is prohibited to sell cigarettes through the retail network: without exact marking and instructions of producer; after the expiry of the validity date; to the citizens under the age of 18; g) legal and natural persons working in the retail network must not accept from the suppliers cigarettes without due licences, respectively - production, import or wholesale; e) while selling cigarette the salesperson is required to put price tags on the products. 5.
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Score: 780420.56 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...c_e/geo_e/WTACCGEO27_LEG_8.pdf
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There are wide ranges of retailers from multi-national retailers, mini-marts, markets, and fishmonger shops to itinerant fish sellers who sell fish door to door. These all sell fish and fish products that are not ready for consumption but will require the consumer to complete the final preparation.    Restaurants, cafeterias, deli's, and hotels are common examples of businesses that perform the final preparation and sell the food ready for consumption.    Retailers are located in villages, towns as well as in major cities - all places where fish and fish products are finally channeled to consumers.   (...) Multiple retailers and mini-marts often sell packaged and processed, chilled and frozen products including ready meals containing fish as well as canned products.   
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Score: 780420.56 - https://www.fao.org/flw-in-fis...-chains/value-chain/retail/en/
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We will have to decide whether to compete and sell the same things as the other shops, or to complete and sell what they do not have. or maybe we should both compete and complete. (...) You must sell them while they are still in good condition, of course. (...) a You have-not tried to sell it before. b You believe that you will be able to sell it. c You can afford to purchase it.
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Score: 780137.1 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...tionalmaterial/wcms_628585.pdf
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IP farmers in the Philippines sell produce directly to locked down consumers | FAO FAO.org العربية 中文 english français Русский Español منبر معارف الزراعة الأُسرية معلومات أساسية FamilyFarmingLex الموارد البلدان والأقاليم الموضوعات شبكة منبر المعارف مصادر البيانات انضم إلينا IP farmers in the Philippines sell produce directly to locked down consumers MARIKINA CITY, PHILIPPINES  – The lockdown due to the COVID-19 pandemic presented an opportunity for farmers groups/cooperatives in the Philippines to sell their produce directly to consumers. (...)     - : : : : : : : : : : المؤلف : Asian Farmers' Association (AFA) for Sustainable Rural Development مؤلفين آخرين : Asia-Pacific Farmers' Program (APFP) المنظمة : Asian Farmers' Association (AFA) for Sustainable Rural Development : السنة : 2020 : البلد/البلدان : Philippines التغطية الجغرافية : آسيا والمحيط الهادي النوع : مقالة في مدونة إلكترونية النص الكامل متاح على : http://www.asiapacificfarmersforum.net/philippines-ip-farmers-sell-produce-directly-to-locked-down-consumers/ لغة المحتوى : English : عندك مشكلة في هذا الرابط؟ انقر هنا هل شارك بهذه الصفحة Related content تقرير حالة أسواق السلع الزراعية 2020 تقرير IFAD 2021 annual report تقرير Anuario de la Agricultura y Ganadería Familiar en España 2022 الوظائف المشتريات الأجهزة الرئاسية مكتب المفتش العام مكتب الشؤون القانونية مكتب الشؤون الأخلاقية للإتصال بنا القواعد والشروط إشعار بشأن حماية البيانات والخصوصية التحذير من رسائل تحايلية الإبلاغ عن سوء السلوك المكتب الاقليمى لأفريقيا المكتب الإقليمي لآسيا والمحيط الهادي المكتب الإقليمي لأوروبا وآسيا الوسطى المكتب الإقليمي لأمريكا اللاتينية والبحر الكاريبي المكتب الإقليمي للشرق الأدنى وشمال أفريقيا المكاتب الإقليمية الفرعية خريطة الهيكل التنظيمي X تابعونا على                                       حمّل تطبيق الفاو © FAO, 2022
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Score: 779556.93 - https://www.fao.org/family-farming/detail/ar/c/1293314/
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The closure of vegetable markets has limited the ability of SSFF to sell their produce. The decline of people’s purchase power has also created another obstacle for SSFF to sell their produce in their local communities. (...) And most importantly, restrict the selling of Israeli products, mainly vegetables and fruits into the Palestinian markets. There are various signed agreements between the Israelis and Palestinians such as the Paris treaty that enforces Palestinian markets to sell Israeli fruits and vegetables first which has left no market for the Palestinians to sell their products.     
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Score: 778635.45 - https://www.fao.org/fsnforum/ar/comment/10218
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The closure of vegetable markets has limited the ability of SSFF to sell their produce. The decline of people’s purchase power has also created another obstacle for SSFF to sell their produce in their local communities. (...) And most importantly, restrict the selling of Israeli products, mainly vegetables and fruits into the Palestinian markets. There are various signed agreements between the Israelis and Palestinians such as the Paris treaty that enforces Palestinian markets to sell Israeli fruits and vegetables first which has left no market for the Palestinians to sell their products.     
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Score: 778635.45 - https://www.fao.org/fsnforum/comment/10218
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The closure of vegetable markets has limited the ability of SSFF to sell their produce. The decline of people’s purchase power has also created another obstacle for SSFF to sell their produce in their local communities. (...) And most importantly, restrict the selling of Israeli products, mainly vegetables and fruits into the Palestinian markets. There are various signed agreements between the Israelis and Palestinians such as the Paris treaty that enforces Palestinian markets to sell Israeli fruits and vegetables first which has left no market for the Palestinians to sell their products.     
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Score: 778635.45 - https://www.fao.org/fsnforum/index.php/comment/10218
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The closure of vegetable markets has limited the ability of SSFF to sell their produce. The decline of people’s purchase power has also created another obstacle for SSFF to sell their produce in their local communities. (...) And most importantly, restrict the selling of Israeli products, mainly vegetables and fruits into the Palestinian markets. There are various signed agreements between the Israelis and Palestinians such as the Paris treaty that enforces Palestinian markets to sell Israeli fruits and vegetables first which has left no market for the Palestinians to sell their products.     
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Score: 778635.45 - https://www.fao.org/fsnforum/index.php/ar/comment/10218
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IP farmers in the Philippines sell produce directly to locked down consumers | FAO FAO.org العربية 中文 english français Русский Español Платформа знаний о семейных фермерских хозяйствах Справка FamilyFarmingLex Ресурсы Страны и регионы Темы Сеть ПЗСФХ Источники данных Присоединяйтесь к нам IP farmers in the Philippines sell produce directly to locked down consumers MARIKINA CITY, PHILIPPINES  – The lockdown due to the COVID-19 pandemic presented an opportunity for farmers groups/cooperatives in the Philippines to sell their produce directly to consumers. (...)     - : : : : : : : : : : Автор : Asian Farmers' Association (AFA) for Sustainable Rural Development Другие авторы : Asia-Pacific Farmers' Program (APFP) Организация : Asian Farmers' Association (AFA) for Sustainable Rural Development : Год : 2020 : Страна/страны : Philippines Географический охват : Азии и Тихого океана Категория : Статья в блоге Полный текст : http://www.asiapacificfarmersforum.net/philippines-ip-farmers-sell-produce-directly-to-locked-down-consumers/ Язык контента : English : У вас есть проблема с этой ссылкой?
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Score: 777139.65 - https://www.fao.org/family-farming/detail/ru/c/1293314/
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There are wide ranges of retailers from multi-national retailers, mini-marts, markets, and fishmonger shops to itinerant fish sellers who sell fish door to door. These all sell fish and fish products that are not ready for consumption but will require the consumer to complete the final preparation.    Restaurants, cafeterias, deli's, and hotels are common examples of businesses that perform the final preparation and sell the food ready for consumption.    Retailers are located in villages, towns as well as in major cities - all places where fish and fish products are finally channeled to consumers.   (...) Multiple retailers and mini-marts often sell packaged and processed, chilled and frozen products including ready meals containing fish as well as canned products.   
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Score: 776551.6 - https://www.fao.org/flw-in-fis...ue-chainsvalue-chainretail/ar/
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