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The following table provides a list of ongoing arbitrations and Awards that have been issued pursuant to Article 21.3(c), arranged according to the year the arbitrator was appointed. back to top 2019 Dispute Name (Click to retrieve all documentation on the case) Short Title and DSR Reference Award of the Arbitrator Arbitrator Agreed by Parties or Appointed by DG Date of Adoption of underlying Report Date of Award Nature of Change Envisaged Reasonable Period of Time Ukraine — Anti-Dumping Measures on Ammonium Nitrate Ukraine — Ammonium Nitrate (Russia) WT/DS493/RPT Ricardo Ramírez-Hernández DG 30/09/2019 08/04/2020 Administrative 11 Months 15 Days (expiring on 15/09/2020) back to top 2017 Dispute Name (Click to retrieve all documentation on the case) Short Title and DSR Reference Award of the Arbitrator Arbitrator Agreed by Parties or Appointed by DG Date of Adoption of underlying Report Date of Award Nature of Change Envisaged Reasonable Period of Time United States — Certain Methodologies and their Application to Anti-Dumping Proceedings involving China United States — Anti-Dumping Methodologies (China) WT/DS471/RPT Simon Farbenbloom DG 22/05/2017 19/01/2018 Administrative 15 Months (expiring on 22/08/2018) United States – Anti-Dumping and Countervailing Measures on Large Residential Washers from Korea United States — Washing Machines WT/DS464/RPT Claudia Orozco DG 26/09/2017 13/04/2017 Administrative 15 Months (expiring on 26/12/2017) back to top 2016 Dispute Name (Click to retrieve all documentation on the case) Short Title and DSR Reference Award of the Arbitrator Arbitrator Agreed by Parties or Appointed by DG Date of Adoption of underlying Report Date of Award Nature of Change Envisaged Reasonable Period of Time Colombia — Measures Relating to the Importation of Textiles, Apparel and Footwear Colombia — Textiles WT/DS461/13 Giorgio Sacerdoti DG 22/06/2015 15/11/2016 Administrative 7 Months(expiring on 22/01/2017)    back to top 2015  Dispute Name (Click to retrieve all documentation on the case) Short Title and DSR Reference Award of the Arbitrator Arbitrator Agreed by Parties or Appointed by DG Date of Adoption of underlying Report Date of Award Nature of Change Envisaged Reasonable Period of Time Peru – Additional Duty on Imports of Certain Agricultural Peru — Agricultural Products WT/DS457/15 Ricardo Ramírez-Hernández Parties 31/07/2015 16/12/2015 Administrative 7 Months and 29 Days (expiring on 29/03/2016) United States – Anti-Dumping Measures on Certain Shrimp from Viet Nam US — Shrimp II (Viet Nam) WT/DS429/12 Simon Farbenbloom Parties 22/04/2015 15/12/2015 Administrative 15 Months (expiring on 22/07/16) United States — Countervailing Duty Measures on Certain Products from China US — Countervailing Measures (China) WT/DS437/16 Georges M. Abi-Saab DG 16/01/2015 09/10/2015 Administrative 14 Months and 16 Days (expiring on 01/04/16)    back to top 2013  Dispute Name (Click to retrieve all documentation on the case) Short Title and DSR Reference Award of the Arbitrator Arbitrator Agreed by Parties or Appointed by DG Date of Adoption of underlying Report Date of Award Nature of Change Envisaged Reasonable Period of Time China — Countervailing and Anti-Dumping Duties on Grain Oriented Flat-Rolled Electrical Steel from the United States China — GOES WT/DS414/12 Claus-Dieter Ehlermann DG 16/11/2012 03/05/2013 Administrative 8 Months and 15 Days (expiring on 31/07/2013)    back to top 2012  Dispute Name (Click to retrieve all documentation on the case) Short Title and DSR Reference Award of the Arbitrator Arbitrator Agreed by Parties or Appointed by DG Date of Adoption of underlying Report Date of Award Nature of Change Envisaged Reasonable Period of Time United States — Certain Country of Origin Labelling (COOL) Requirements US — COOL WT/DS384/24; WT/DS386/23 Giorgio Sacerdoti DG 23/07/2012 04/12/2012 Regulatory 10 Months (expiring on 23/05/2013)    back to top 2009  Dispute Name (Click to retrieve all documentation on the case) Short Title and DSR Reference Award of the Arbitrator Arbitrator Agreed by Parties or Appointed by DG Date of Adoption of underlying Report Date of Award Nature of Change Envisaged Reasonable Period of Time Colombia — Indicative Prices and Restrictions on Ports of Entry Colombia — Ports of Entry WT/DS366/13 Giorgio Sacerdoti DG 20/05/2009 02/10/2009 Regulatory 8 Months and 15 Days (expiring on 04/02/2010)    back to top 2008  Dispute Name (Click to retrieve all documentation on the case) Short Title and DSR Reference Award of the Arbitrator Arbitrator Agreed by Parties or Appointed by DG Date of Adoption of underlying Report Date of Award Nature of Change Envisaged Reasonable Period of Time United States — Final Anti-dumping Measures on Stainless Steel from Mexico US — Stainless Steel (Mexico) WT/DS344/15 Florentino P. 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Ganesan Parties 17/12/2004 07/06/2005 Regulatory 12 months    back to top 2004  Dispute Name (Click to retrieve all documentation on the case) Short Title and DSR Reference Award of the Arbitrator Arbitrator Agreed by Parties or Appointed by DG Date of Adoption of underlying Report Date of Award Nature of Change Envisaged Reasonable Period of Time United States — Final Dumping Determination on Softwood Lumber from Canada US — Softwood Lumber V WT/DS264/13 John Lockhart Parties 31/08/2004 13/12/2004 N/A N/A 1 European Communities — Conditions for the Granting of Tariff Preferences to Developing Countries EC — Tariff Preferences WT/DS246/14 John Lockhart DG 20/04/2004 20/09/2004 Legislative 14 months and 11 days   back to top 2003  Dispute Name (Click to retrieve all documentation on the case) Short Title and DSR Reference Award of the Arbitrator Arbitrator Agreed by Parties or Appointed by DG Date of Adoption of underlying Report Date of Award Nature of Change Envisaged Reasonable Period of Time United States — Continued Dumping and Subsidy Offset Act of 2000 US — Offset Act (Byrd Amendment) WT/DS217/14 WT/DS234/22 Yasuhei Taniguchi DG 27/01/2003 13/06/2003 Legislative 11 months   back to top 2002  Dispute Name (Click to retrieve all documentation on the case) Short Title and DSR Reference Award of the Arbitrator Arbitrator Agreed by Parties or Appointed by DG Date of Adoption of underlying Report Date of Award Nature of Change Envisaged Reasonable Period of Time Chile — Price Band System and Safeguard Measures Relating to Certain Agricultural Products Chile — Price Band System WT/DS207/13 John Lockhart Parties 23/10/2002 17/03/2003 Legislative 14 months United States — Definitive Safeguard Measures on Imports of Circular Welded Carbon Quality Line Pipe from Korea US — Line Pipe WT/DS202/17 Yasuhei Taniguchi DG 08/03/2002 26/07/2002 N/A N/A 1   back to top 2001  Dispute Name (Click to retrieve all documentation on the case) Short Title and DSR Reference Award of the Arbitrator Arbitrator Agreed by Parties or Appointed by DG Date of Adoption of underlying Report Date of Award Nature of Change Envisaged Reasonable Period of Time United States — Anti-Dumping Measures on Certain Hot-Rolled Steel Products from Japan US — Hot-Rolled Steel WT/DS184/13 Florentino P. 
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Similarly, as discussed in paragraph 6, where a particular place of business is used for only very short periods of time but such usage takes place regularly over long periods of time, the place of business should not be considered to be of a purely temporary nature. 6.2 Also, there may be cases where a particular place of business would be used for very short periods of time by a number of similar businesses carried on by the same or related persons in an attempt to avoid that the place be considered to have been used for more than purely temporary purposes by each particular business. The remarks of paragraph 18 on arrangements intended to abuse the 12 month period provided for in paragraph 3 would equally apply to such cases. 6.3 Where a place of business which was, at the outset, designed to be used for such a short period of time that it would not have constituted a permanent establishment but is in fact maintained for such a period that it can no longer be considered as a temporary one, it becomes a fixed place of business and thus - retrospectively - a permanent establishment. A place of business can also constitute a permanent establishment from its inception even though it existed, in practice, for a very short period of time, if as a E/C.18/2007CRP.3/Corr.1 consequence of special circumstances (e.g. death of the taxpayer, investment failure), it was prematurely liquidated.
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RR-2020-00013-Vol.III-EA5.pdf RES32-1 RESOLUTION 32 (WRC-19) Regulatory procedures for frequency assignments to non-geostationary-satellite networks or systems identified as short-duration mission not subject to the application of Section II of Article 9 The World Radiocommunication Conference (Sharm el-Sheikh, 2019), that some non-geostationary (non-GSO) satellites with short-duration missions have to date been operating for their entire mission duration without being notified or recorded; that successful and timely development and operation of non-GSO networks or systems with short-duration missions may require regulatory procedures which take account of the short development cycle, short lifetimes and typical missions of such satellites, and therefore the application of certain provisions of Articles 9 and 11 may need to be adapted to take account of the nature of these satellites; that these satellites typically have a short (one to two years) development time and are low cost, often using off-the-shelf components; that the operational lifetime of these satellites generally ranges from several weeks up to not more than three years; that non-GSO satellites with short-duration missions utilize low-Earth orbits; that non-GSO satellites with short-duration missions are being used for a wide variety of applications, including remote sensing, space weather research, upper atmosphere research, astronomy, communications, technology demonstration and education, and therefore may operate under various radiocommunication services; that advances in the field of satellite technology have resulted in non-GSO satellites with short-duration missions becoming a means for developing countries to become involved in space activities, that the application of provisions of Articles 9 and 11 to frequency assignments to non- GSO networks or systems identified as short-duration mission as prescribed in this Resolution should not adversely or otherwise affect the regulatory treatment of other systems; that the application of any modified regulatory procedure should not change the sharing status with respect to networks and systems not applying the modified regulatory procedure, both terrestrial and space, in frequency bands which may be used by non-GSO systems with short-duration missions, - 41 - RES32-2 that Resolution ITU-R 68 seeks to improve awareness and increase knowledge on existing regulatory procedures for small satellites; that non-GSO networks or systems operating in frequency bands not subject to Section II of Article 9 are, irrespective of the period of validity of their associated frequency assignments, subject to Nos. 9.3 and 9.4; that non-GSO systems with short-duration missions are not to be used for safety-of-life services, Report ITU-R SA.2312, on characteristics, definitions and spectrum requirements of nanosatellites and picosatellites, as well as systems composed of such satellites; that No. 22.1 states that Space stations shall be fitted with devices to ensure immediate cessation of their radio emissions by telecommand, whenever such cessation is required under the provisions of these Regulations (see also Appendix 4 data item A.24.a), 1 that this Resolution shall apply only to non-GSO networks or systems identified by the notifying administration as effecting short-duration missions and corresponding to the following criteria: 1.1 the network or system shall operate under any space radiocommunication service on frequency assignments that are not subject to the application of Section II of Article 9; 1.2 the maximum period of operation and validity of frequency assignments of a non-GSO network or system identified as short-duration mission shall not exceed three years from the date of bringing into use of the frequency assignments (see the Annex to this Resolution for the definition of date of bringing into use for such networks or systems), without any possibility of extension, after which the recorded assignments shall be cancelled; 1.3 the total number of satellites in a non-GSO network or system identified as short-duration mission shall not exceed 10 satellites1; 2 that non-GSO networks or systems corresponding to 1 of this Resolution shall comply with the conditions for use of the frequency band that is allocated to the service within which they operate; 3 that non-GSO networks or systems identified as short-duration mission using spectrum allocated to the amateur-satellite service shall operate in accordance with the definition of the amateur-satellite service as contained in Article 25; 4 that non-GSO networks or systems with short-duration missions shall have the capability to cease transmitting immediately in order to eliminate harmful interference; _______________ 1 The typical mass of each satellite should not normally exceed 100 kg. - 42 - RES32-3 5 that, for the purpose of this Resolution, a non-GSO network or system identified as short- duration mission shall have a single launch date associated with the first launch (in the case of systems with multiple launches) and that launch date shall be defined as the date on which the first satellite of the non-GSO network or system with a short-duration mission is placed into its notified orbital plane, 1 to expedite the online publication of notices as received for such networks or systems, in addition to the normal publication of notices; 2 to provide the necessary assistance to administrations in the implementation of this Resolution; 3 to report to WRC-23 on the implementation of this Resolution, 1 to avoid heavily used frequency bands when assigning frequencies to a non-GSO network or system with a short-duration mission; 2 to exchange information associated with non-GSO networks or systems identified as short-duration mission and to make every possible effort to resolve interference that may be unacceptable to existing or planned satellite networks or systems, including those with short-duration missions; 3 to provide their comments on the application of No. 9.3, upon receipt of the International Frequency Information Circular (BR IFIC) containing information published under No. 9.2B, as soon as possible within a period of four months from the date of publication of the BR IFIC, and to communicate to the notifying administration, with copy to the Radiocommunication Bureau, these comments on the particulars of the potential interference to its existing or planned systems. (...) This provision applies instead of No. 11.25 for frequency assignments to non-GSO networks or systems with short-duration missions. Irrespective of the date of receipt of the notified characteristics of the non-GSO network or system with a short-duration mission under this Resolution, the maximum period of validity of frequency assignments of the system shall not exceed the time-limit in 1.2 of this Resolution. (...) When BR is not in a position to comply with the time-limit referred to above, it shall periodically so inform the notifying administration, giving the reasons therefor. 6 In the application of No. 11.44, the date of bringing into use of a non-GSO network or system identified as short-duration mission shall be defined as the launch date of a satellite in the case of a non-GSO network or of the first satellite in the case of a non-GSO system requiring multiple launches (see 5 of this Resolution). 7 Nos. 11.43A, 11.43B and 11.49 shall not apply to frequency assignments to non-GSO networks or systems identified as short-duration mission. - 44 -
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Radio Regulations - Resolutions and Recommendations - Edition of 2020 RES32-1 RESOLUTION 32 (WRC-19) Regulatory procedures for frequency assignments to non-geostationary-satellite networks or systems identified as short-duration mission not subject to the application of Section II of Article 9 The World Radiocommunication Conference (Sharm el-Sheikh, 2019), that some non-geostationary (non-GSO) satellites with short-duration missions have to date been operating for their entire mission duration without being notified or recorded; that successful and timely development and operation of non-GSO networks or systems with short-duration missions may require regulatory procedures which take account of the short development cycle, short lifetimes and typical missions of such satellites, and therefore the application of certain provisions of Articles 9 and 11 may need to be adapted to take account of the nature of these satellites; that these satellites typically have a short (one to two years) development time and are low cost, often using off-the-shelf components; that the operational lifetime of these satellites generally ranges from several weeks up to not more than three years; that non-GSO satellites with short-duration missions utilize low-Earth orbits; that non-GSO satellites with short-duration missions are being used for a wide variety of applications, including remote sensing, space weather research, upper atmosphere research, astronomy, communications, technology demonstration and education, and therefore may operate under various radiocommunication services; that advances in the field of satellite technology have resulted in non-GSO satellites with short-duration missions becoming a means for developing countries to become involved in space activities, that the application of provisions of Articles 9 and 11 to frequency assignments to non- GSO networks or systems identified as short-duration mission as prescribed in this Resolution should not adversely or otherwise affect the regulatory treatment of other systems; that the application of any modified regulatory procedure should not change the sharing status with respect to networks and systems not applying the modified regulatory procedure, both terrestrial and space, in frequency bands which may be used by non-GSO systems with short-duration missions, - 41 - RES32-2 that Resolution ITU-R 68 seeks to improve awareness and increase knowledge on existing regulatory procedures for small satellites; that non-GSO networks or systems operating in frequency bands not subject to Section II of Article 9 are, irrespective of the period of validity of their associated frequency assignments, subject to Nos. 9.3 and 9.4; that non-GSO systems with short-duration missions are not to be used for safety-of-life services, Report ITU-R SA.2312, on characteristics, definitions and spectrum requirements of nanosatellites and picosatellites, as well as systems composed of such satellites; that No. 22.1 states that “Space stations shall be fitted with devices to ensure immediate cessation of their radio emissions by telecommand, whenever such cessation is required under the provisions of these Regulations” (see also Appendix 4 data item A.24.a), 1 that this Resolution shall apply only to non-GSO networks or systems identified by the notifying administration as effecting short-duration missions and corresponding to the following criteria: 1.1 the network or system shall operate under any space radiocommunication service on frequency assignments that are not subject to the application of Section II of Article 9; 1.2 the maximum period of operation and validity of frequency assignments of a non-GSO network or system identified as short-duration mission shall not exceed three years from the date of bringing into use of the frequency assignments (see the Annex to this Resolution for the definition of date of bringing into use for such networks or systems), without any possibility of extension, after which the recorded assignments shall be cancelled; 1.3 the total number of satellites in a non-GSO network or system identified as short-duration mission shall not exceed 10 satellites1; 2 that non-GSO networks or systems corresponding to 1 of this Resolution shall comply with the conditions for use of the frequency band that is allocated to the service within which they operate; 3 that non-GSO networks or systems identified as short-duration mission using spectrum allocated to the amateur-satellite service shall operate in accordance with the definition of the amateur-satellite service as contained in Article 25; 4 that non-GSO networks or systems with short-duration missions shall have the capability to cease transmitting immediately in order to eliminate harmful interference; _______________ 1 The typical mass of each satellite should not normally exceed 100 kg. - 42 - RES32-3 5 that, for the purpose of this Resolution, a non-GSO network or system identified as short- duration mission shall have a single launch date associated with the first launch (in the case of systems with multiple launches) and that launch date shall be defined as the date on which the first satellite of the non-GSO network or system with a short-duration mission is placed into its notified orbital plane, 1 to expedite the online publication of notices “as received” for such networks or systems, in addition to the normal publication of notices; 2 to provide the necessary assistance to administrations in the implementation of this Resolution; 3 to report to WRC-23 on the implementation of this Resolution, 1 to avoid heavily used frequency bands when assigning frequencies to a non-GSO network or system with a short-duration mission; 2 to exchange information associated with non-GSO networks or systems identified as short-duration mission and to make every possible effort to resolve interference that may be unacceptable to existing or planned satellite networks or systems, including those with short-duration missions; 3 to provide their comments on the application of No. 9.3, upon receipt of the International Frequency Information Circular (BR IFIC) containing information published under No. 9.2B, as soon as possible within a period of four months from the date of publication of the BR IFIC, and to communicate to the notifying administration, with copy to the Radiocommunication Bureau, these comments on the particulars of the potential interference to its existing or planned systems. (...) This provision applies instead of No. 11.25 for frequency assignments to non-GSO networks or systems with short-duration missions. Irrespective of the date of receipt of the notified characteristics of the non-GSO network or system with a short-duration mission under this Resolution, the maximum period of validity of frequency assignments of the system shall not exceed the time-limit in 1.2 of this Resolution. (...) When BR is not in a position to comply with the time-limit referred to above, it shall periodically so inform the notifying administration, giving the reasons therefor. 6 In the application of No. 11.44, the date of bringing into use of a non-GSO network or system identified as short-duration mission shall be defined as the launch date of a satellite in the case of a non-GSO network or of the first satellite in the case of a non-GSO system requiring multiple launches (see 5 of this Resolution). 7 Nos. 11.43A, 11.43B and 11.49 shall not apply to frequency assignments to non-GSO networks or systems identified as short-duration mission. - 44 -
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Score: 973495.9 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-R/s...on%20II%20of%20Article%209.pdf
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Table 15 Table 16 Preparation, storage and feeding scenarios 60 o C 60 o C Refrigeration, re-warming, 0.33 hour feeding period -6 -15 Refrigeration, re-warming, 1 hour feeding period - -3 No refrigeration, re-warming, 0.33 hour feeding period -8 -28 No refrigeration, re-warming, 1 hour feeding period - -6 Table 19 Scenarios 60 o C Cool room temperature (20 o C) 1: Mix in bottle, cool & hold for 1 hour, no re-warming, then feed within 20 minutes -10 2: Mix in a bottle then cooled within 5 minutes to 37 o C, and feeding for 20 minutes (37 o C) -14 3: 25 L container, no refrigeration, 1 hour holding, 30 minutes feeding > - 100,000 4: 25L container, 1 hour prep time, refrigeration 6 hours, re-warmed, 30 minutes feeding -44 5: 1L container, no refrigeration, 1 hour holding, 30 minutes feeding -14 6: 1l container, 1 hour prep. time, refrigeration 6 hours, re-warm, 30 minutes feeding -2.1 Warm room temperature (30 o C) 1: Mix in bottle, cool & hold for 1 hour, no re-warming, then feed within 20 minutes -32 2: Mix in a bottle then cooled within 5 minutes to 37 o C, and feeding for 20 minutes (37 o C) -41 3: 25 L container, no refrigeration, 1 hour holding, 30 minutes feeding > - 100,000 4: 25L container, 1 hour prep time, refrigeration 6 hours, re-warmed, 30 minutes feeding -2,044 5: 1L container, no refrigeration, 1 hour holding, 30 minutes feeding -31 1 L container, 1 hour prep. time, refrigeration 6 hours, re-warm, 30 minutes feeding -4.5 TC/M/A0707E ISBN 92-5-105574-2 ISSN 1726-5274 Table 10 Table 11 Table 12 Preparation, storage and feeding scenarios 60 o C 60 o C 60 o C Refrigeration, re-warming, short feeding period - 8.0 - 18.0 -31.1 Refrigeration, no re-warming, extended feeding period - 13.7 - 24.1 -25.5 Refrigeration, no re-warming, short feeding period - 13.7 - 30.5 -52.7 No refrigeration, re-warming, extended feeding period - - -3.1 No refrigeration, re-warming, short feeding period - 10.1 - 33 -98.1 No refrigeration, no re-warming, Extended feeding period - 1.5 - -4.2 No refrigeration, no re-warming, short feeding period - 14.6 - 41.1 -98.1
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Table 15 Table 16 Preparation, storage and feeding scenarios 60 o C 60 o C Refrigeration, re-warming, 0.33 hour feeding period -6 -15 Refrigeration, re-warming, 1 hour feeding period - -3 No refrigeration, re-warming, 0.33 hour feeding period -8 -28 No refrigeration, re-warming, 1 hour feeding period - -6 Table 19 Scenarios 60 o C Cool room temperature (20 o C) 1: Mix in bottle, cool & hold for 1 hour, no re-warming, then feed within 20 minutes -10 2: Mix in a bottle then cooled within 5 minutes to 37 o C, and feeding for 20 minutes (37 o C) -14 3: 25 L container, no refrigeration, 1 hour holding, 30 minutes feeding > - 100,000 4: 25L container, 1 hour prep time, refrigeration 6 hours, re-warmed, 30 minutes feeding -44 5: 1L container, no refrigeration, 1 hour holding, 30 minutes feeding -14 6: 1l container, 1 hour prep. time, refrigeration 6 hours, re-warm, 30 minutes feeding -2.1 Warm room temperature (30 o C) 1: Mix in bottle, cool & hold for 1 hour, no re-warming, then feed within 20 minutes -32 2: Mix in a bottle then cooled within 5 minutes to 37 o C, and feeding for 20 minutes (37 o C) -41 3: 25 L container, no refrigeration, 1 hour holding, 30 minutes feeding > - 100,000 4: 25L container, 1 hour prep time, refrigeration 6 hours, re-warmed, 30 minutes feeding -2,044 5: 1L container, no refrigeration, 1 hour holding, 30 minutes feeding -31 1 L container, 1 hour prep. time, refrigeration 6 hours, re-warm, 30 minutes feeding -4.5 TC/M/A0707E ISBN 92-5-105574-2 ISSN 1726-5274 Table 10 Table 11 Table 12 Preparation, storage and feeding scenarios 60 o C 60 o C 60 o C Refrigeration, re-warming, short feeding period - 8.0 - 18.0 -31.1 Refrigeration, no re-warming, extended feeding period - 13.7 - 24.1 -25.5 Refrigeration, no re-warming, short feeding period - 13.7 - 30.5 -52.7 No refrigeration, re-warming, extended feeding period - - -3.1 No refrigeration, re-warming, short feeding period - 10.1 - 33 -98.1 No refrigeration, no re-warming, Extended feeding period - 1.5 - -4.2 No refrigeration, no re-warming, short feeding period - 14.6 - 41.1 -98.1
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Annex ANNEX Report of the International Civil Service Commission for the year 2005 General Assembly Official Records Sixtieth Session Supplement No. 30 (A/60/30) _____________________________________________________________ Annex IV - A framework for contractual arrangements in the organizations of the United Nations common system Preamble This framework distinguishes between functions of a regular and continuing nature and functions required by the organizations of the United Nations common system for a short-term period to meet specific needs. The framework is executed through each organization’s staff regulations and rules that set out the conditions of service. (...) Probationary period 14. A probationary period may range from six months to two years. (...) The contractual arrangements cover existing appointments, such as short-term, temporary, term-limited, fixed-term short duration, monthly short-term, daily short term, special short-term and other types of short-term appointments, such as appointments of limited duration.
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Annex ANNEX Report of the International Civil Service Commission for the year 2005 General Assembly Official Records Sixtieth Session Supplement No. 30 (A/60/30) _____________________________________________________________ Annex IV - A framework for contractual arrangements in the organizations of the United Nations common system Preamble This framework distinguishes between functions of a regular and continuing nature and functions required by the organizations of the United Nations common system for a short-term period to meet specific needs. The framework is executed through each organization’s staff regulations and rules that set out the conditions of service. (...) Probationary period 14. A probationary period may range from six months to two years. (...) The contractual arrangements cover existing appointments, such as short-term, temporary, term-limited, fixed-term short duration, monthly short-term, daily short term, special short-term and other types of short-term appointments, such as appointments of limited duration.
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To enable analysis of participation in multiple forms of work an overlap between these different reference periods is needed. In addition, these short reference periods may be combined with measurement over a long observation period, as described in paragraph 57(c). 21. (...) Employed persons on “temporary absence” during the short reference period refers to those who, having already worked in their present job, were “not at work” for a short duration but maintained a job attachment during their absence. (...) Measurement over short and long observation periods 57. Statistics that support the analysis of short-term trends and of the situation of individuals and the economy over a long observation period such as a year, may be produced by means of different data collection approaches: (a) Measurement of the current situation during the short reference periods specified in paragraph 19, repeated over a long observation period, is recommended to achieve optimal coverage of seasonal and other temporal variations in work activity patterns for purposes of producing sub-annual and annual estimates for short-term trend and structural analyses.
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Score: 953757 - www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/grou...tiveinstrument/wcms_230304.pdf
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To enable analysis of participation in multiple forms of work an overlap between these different reference periods is needed. In addition, these short reference periods may be combined with measurement over a long observation period, as described in paragraph 57(c). 21. (...) Employed persons on “temporary absence” during the short reference period refers to those who, having already worked in their present job, were “not at work” for a short duration but maintained a job attachment during their absence. (...) Measurement over short and long observation periods 57. Statistics that support the analysis of short-term trends and of the situation of individuals and the economy over a long observation period such as a year, may be produced by means of different data collection approaches: (a) Measurement of the current situation during the short reference periods specified in paragraph 19, repeated over a long observation period, is recommended to achieve optimal coverage of seasonal and other temporal variations in work activity patterns for purposes of producing sub-annual and annual estimates for short-term trend and structural analyses.
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