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Our impact, their voices Refusing to throw in the towel on factory safety in Bangladesh Four years on since the disastrous collapse of the Rana Plaza building, have things changed in the Bangladesh garment industry? (...) Producing some 1.4 million terry towels per month for export to countries like Canada and the Czech Republic, Towel Tex was inspected by a government initiative supported by the ILO in March 2015. (...) The walk ways on factory floor were also 0.77 metres wide and we have widened them to 0.9 metres to meet the rules,” says Anwar pointing to the aisle markers on the second storey production floor. Towel Tex Ltd General Manager Anwar Hossain Towel Tex now also receives regular visits from officers of the labour inspectorate.
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Score: 1318814.8 - https://www.ilo.org/dhaka/Info...WCMS_551564/lang--en/index.htm
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Surprisingly, she seemed to recall every detail when she was young, leaving no stone unturned. With her soft-spoken voice she said, "I had one garment that I used to wear. (...) Girls are provided with sanitary towels which enhances their comfort. The voices of children are heard and even the government has made children rights crystal clear to the public.
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Score: 1276897.8 - https://www.unicef.org/kenya/stories/wisdom-project-winners
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Also, in there is the towel which I use to keep my baby warm.” The hospital nursing officer, Sister. (...) She stresses that the clean towel/blanket in the kit is therefore utilized to wrap the newborns upon delivery. (...) Therefore, the contents in the kits especially the warm towel is critical in the first few hours and days after delivery to keep the babies from the cold.”
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Score: 1245336.9 - https://www.unicef.org/uganda/...ewborn-babies-kaabong-district
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By an oversight, aerevl ~seential ,.m were not included in thtaiplctio ' -' sion ofthea2* TheGovernwent of Ceylon now desires to apply te porvieIndustrial Produots Act to: (i) towels and towelling; (ii) rubber footwear; (iii) cotton banians; . tints; (v) varnish; (vi) Frdno polish (vii) dried fish; (viii) tortoise-shell ware 3, Tiiit under thereadj taken action to bring items (i) to (Ai) iMiider t Act wcircumstances:e to an urgency created by the following o9rCum tanc: (T) s The manufacture of handloom textilea is one afsueylon's traditional Cottage Industries, on which & aibstantial postinn .f the ralpopulation depend for their subsiateice' As a resnult of ithe gradual remova- 6i the difficulties conected wth the importatoion of goods from abroad following the cessation f hostilities of World War II, the local industry languished for a considerable time until it was faced with extinction towards the year 1950, with a large number of the looms remaining idle and most of the weavers thrown out of Employment. It was to meet this situ- ation that the Goverment invoked the provisions of the Act in July 1951 to facilitate the sale of local towels and towelling, (ii) Rubber foode In1951, four established factorieswere in danger of having to close down owing to severe competition from imported rubber footwear. (...) The Government of Ceylon will appreciate and shall be grateful for a release in respect of the following eight items, viz. towels and towelling rubber footwear, cotton banians, paints, varnish, French polish, dried fish and tortoise-shell ware.
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Score: 1245099.6 - https://www.wto.org/gatt_docs/English/SULPDF/90070846.pdf
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COMPETITION CASES INVOLVING MORE THAN ONE COUNTRY : PRELIMINARY NOTE / PREPARED BY THE UNCTAD SECRETARIAT FROM INPUTS RECEIVED FROM MEMBER STATES
Nevertheless, the 15 operation gave rise to concerns in the United Kingdom and Irish markets for the following consumer tissue products: toilet tissue, kitchen towels and facial/hankies. Because of the bulk and low value of consumer tissue products, which give rise to high transfport costs, and differences as regards particular brands and consumer preferences, the United Kingdom and Ireland were found to constitute separate geographic reference markets. (...) The Prudhoe mill is a modern facility currently producing all of Kimberly-Clark’s branded consumer toilet tissue and kitchen towel business. It is the only plant in the United Kingdom producing tissue paper using through-air-dry (TAD) technology, which is capable of producing the highest quality toilet tissue.9 (iv) Samsung Electronics/AST Research In 1996, the Korean company Samsung Electronics acquired control of AST Research, Inc., an American company involved in the personal computer market. (...) announced that it planned to sell its non-U.S. soft drinks to Coca-Cola (U.S.), with the exclusion of the bottling operations.
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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Article 4 ways to use less paper at home Here are a few climate friendly ways from UNICEF and Austrian Development Agency on how to use paper more efficiently at home UNICEF UNICEF Armenia/2020/Margaryan Available in: Հայերեն English 05 June 2020 Replace disposable paper towels with reusable cloths Paper towels have become a daily fact of life for most. More than 13 billion pounds of paper towels are used each year only in the USA. Producing all that paper consumes around 110 million trees per year, and 130 billion gallons of water. (...) After a single use, it all goes into the landfill. 12 Sustainable Alternatives To Paper Towels Your Kitchen Needs   UNICEF Armenia/2020/Margaryan Buy used books, or borrow books instead of purchasing new ones Consider swapping books with friends and family, supporting libraries by borrowing, or buying used books instead of purchasing new ones.
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Score: 1231250.6 - https://www.unicef.org/armenia...ies/4-ways-use-less-paper-home
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Under the provisions of the Act an importer, in order to obtain a licence to import a specified quantity of the products concerned, can be required to buy a certain proportion of the corresponding local products The "standard ratio" for determining the quantity of the local product which an importer must purchase in order to obtain a licence to import a specified quantity of the regulated product will be determined and published in the Gazette from time to time under the provisions of the Act I TOWELSANDTOWELLING (a) Provision of Agreement under which release is sought Article XVIII., sub-paragraph 7(a) (iii). 1(b) Range and tyre of goods which measurerelates Cotton towels; towels and towelling, Tariff item number and description: Ex 483 Cotton manufactures other than admixtures of any other materials n.e.s. 489 Mill-made Turkish towels 490 Mill made Turkish towelling 495 Towels shown to satisfaction of the P.C.C. to have been imported by and for the use in hotels and rest houses approved by the Director of the Tourist Bureau. (e) Precise description of the products of the industy for the protection or development of which the measure is intended Cotton towels, honeycomo and huckaback type. (d) Domestic production of the items described in (b) 1951: 250,000 towels Value Rs 500,000. (...) (h) Iformation and forecast about future development of the industry etc Potential based on existing number of Hand-looms, etc., is 500,000 towels, which is double the quantity produced in 1951.
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Score: 1218595.7 - https://www.wto.org/gatt_docs/English/SULPDF/90070847.pdf
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REPORT AND RECOMMENDATIONS MADE BY THE PANEL OF COMMISSIONERS CONCERNING THE 28TH INSTALMENT OF "E3" CLAIMS
Summary of recommended compensation for IE Contractors .......... 681 124 XII. TOWELL CONSTRUCTION COMPANY LIMITED............................ 682 - 729 124 S/AC.26/2003/30 Page 6 A. (...) Recommended compensation for IE Contractors ..................................................... 124 S/AC.26/2003/30 Page 8 35. Towell’s claim .......................................................................................................... 125 36. Recommended compensation for Towell ................................................................. 131 37.
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SPECIAL ASSISTANCE TO THE FRONT-LINE STATES AND BORDERING STATES : REPORT OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
The consignment was made up of the followina items: (a) 10,000 t)l anke ts; (b) 10,000 underpants; (c) 10,000 undershirts; (d) 5,000 brown canvas nhoe:;; (e) 5,000 mattresses; (f) 2,000 cooking pots; (9) 10,000 bath towels; (h) 10,000 face towels; (i) 4,000 baas of suqar; (j) 10,000 bags of maize; (k 1 1 ,000 hags of beans. 3. (...) The consiqnment is made up of the following items: (a) 10,000 fllankets- CCI (h) 10,000 underpants; (cl 10,000 undershirts; (d) 5,000 brown canva she s ; ; 5,000 mattresses; (f) 2,000 cooking pots; (9) 10,000 bath towels; (h) 10,OUO face towels; (i) 4,000 baqs of suqar; (j) 10,000 bags of maize; (k) I ,OOil haqs of beans. 4 . 0ut of the $US 50 mill ion assistance package pledqed by Nigeria to the f rent-line States for the next five years at the United Nations Conference On !
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Step 4: Rinse thoroughly with running water Step 5: Dry hands with a clean cloth or single-use towel 2. How long should I wash my hands for? You should wash your hands for at least 20-30 seconds. (...) Do I need to dry my hands with a towel? Germs spread more easily from wet skin than from dry skin, so drying your hands completely is an important step. Paper towels or clean cloths are the most effective way to remove germs without spreading them to other surfaces. 7 How else can I help stop the spread of the coronavirus?  
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Score: 1189865.6 - https://www.unicef.org/northma...t-against-coronavirus-covid-19
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