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AGREEMENT ON SAFEGUARDS 1 ILLUSTRATIVE MOCK EXAMPLES ILLUSTRATIVE1 MOCK EXAMPLES OF NOTIFICATIONS Below are examples of texts that can be used for a "nil" notification: Case 1: No safeguard laws and/or regulations are in existence in your country A simple letter stating this fact is sufficient. (...) Case 3: No safeguard laws and/or regulations are in existence, BUT your country is in the process of developing such laws and/or regulations. The notification should state this fact and should state an estimated date when such laws and/or regulations will take effect and will be notified to the Committee.
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Score: 646165.14 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...e/safeg_e/sg_mock_examples.pdf
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ILO to host high-level conference on the state of labour market regulation The Second Conference on Regulating for Decent Work will be held on 6-8 July at the International Labour Office (ILO) in Geneva, with the theme of “Regulating for A Fair Recovery”. (...) Some 300 participants, including academics, economists, lawyers and representatives of governments, trade unions and employers’ organizations from around the world will examine the state of labour market regulation in the wake of the global economic crisis and how to forge a fair recovery for workers, with a special focus on wage and income inequality. (...) New directions in labour market regulation Event 2nd Conference on Regulating for Decent Work: Regulating for a Fair recovery (RDW), 6-8 July 2011 © 1996-2022 International Labour Organization (ILO) | Copyright and permissions  | Privacy policy | Fraud alert | Disclaimer   Skip to top
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Score: 646056.74 - www.ilo.org/rome/risors...WCMS_158846/lang--en/index.htm
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ILO to host high-level conference on the state of labour market regulation The Second Conference on Regulating for Decent Work will be held on 6-8 July at the International Labour Office (ILO) in Geneva, with the theme of “Regulating for A Fair Recovery”. (...) Some 300 participants, including academics, economists, lawyers and representatives of governments, trade unions and employers’ organizations from around the world will examine the state of labour market regulation in the wake of the global economic crisis and how to forge a fair recovery for workers, with a special focus on wage and income inequality. (...) New directions in labour market regulation Event 2nd Conference on Regulating for Decent Work: Regulating for a Fair recovery (RDW), 6-8 July 2011 © 1996-2022 International Labour Organization (ILO) | Copyright and permissions  | Privacy policy | Fraud alert | Disclaimer   Skip to top
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Score: 646056.74 - https://www.ilo.org/rome/risor...WCMS_158846/lang--en/index.htm
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Article 2 Laws and Regulations (1) [ Accessibility of Laws and Regulations in the WIPO Collection by WTO Members and Their Nationals ] The International Bureau shall, on request, furnish to WTO Members and to nationals of WTO Members copies of laws and regulations, and copies of translations thereof, that exist in its collection, on the same terms as apply to the Member States of WIPO and to nationals of the Member States of WIPO, respectively. (2) [ Accessibility of the Computerized Database ] WTO Members and nationals of WTO Members shall have access, on the same terms as apply to the Member States of WIPO and to nationals of the Member States of WIPO, respectively, to any computerized database of the International Bureau containing laws and regulations. (...) (c) The International Bureau shall, on request, furnish to the WTO Secretariat on the same terms as apply to Member States of WIPO any additional copies of the laws, regulations and translations given under subparagraph (a) or (b), as well as copies of any other laws and regulations, and copies of translations thereof, which exist in the collection of the International Bureau. (...) (b) The WTO Secretariat shall not put any restriction on the further use that the International Bureau may make of the copies of the laws and regulations transmitted under subparagraph (a). (5) [ Translation of Laws and Regulations ] The International Bureau shall make available to developing country WTO Members which are not Member States of WIPO the same assistance for translation of laws and regulations for the purposes of Article 63.2 of the TRIPS Agreement as it makes available to Members of WIPO which are developing countries.
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Score: 645906.74 - https://www.wto.org/english/tratop_e/trips_e/wtowip_e.htm
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Some States did not consider it prudent to regulate COI on a sectorial basis while one State suggested that a framework could be established at a regional level. 5.7 Is existing ICAO guidance adequate? (...) Does the State use personnel from an air operator or service provider it regulates to carry out licensing, certification, approval or surveillance duties and responsibilities? (...) Yes No 19. Has the State established measures to avoid or manage the overlap between different agencies having a role in the regulation of aviation safety and security?
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Score: 645895.5 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/.../LC%2036%20-%20WP%202-2.en.pdf
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These Regulations do not address the content-related aspects of telecommunications. 5 b) These Regulations also contain provisions applicable to those operating agencies, authorized or recognized by a Member State, to establish, operate and engage in international telecommunications services to the public, hereinafter referred as "authorized operating agencies". 6 c) These Regulations recognize in Article 13 the right of Member States to allow special arrangements. 7 1.2 In these Regulations, "the public" is used in the sense of the population, including governmental and legal bodies. 8 1.3 These Regulations are established with a view to facilitating global interconnection and interoperability of telecommunication facilities and to promoting the harmonious development and efficient operation of technical facilities, as well as the efficiency, usefulness and availability to the public of international telecommunication services. 9 1.4 References to Recommendations of the ITU Telecommunication Standardization Sector (ITU-T) in these Regulations are not to be taken as giving to those Recommendations the same legal status as these Regulations. 10 1.5 Within the framework of these Regulations, the provision and operation of international telecommunication services in each relation is pursuant to mutual agreement between authorized operating agencies. 11 1.6 In implementing the principles of these Regulations, authorized operating agencies should comply with, to the greatest extent practicable, the relevant ITU-T Recommendations. 12 1.7 a) These Regulations recognize the right of any Member State, subject to national law and should it decide to do so, to require that authorized operating agencies which operate in its territory and provide an international telecommunication service to the public be authorized by that Member State. 13 b) The Member State concerned shall, as appropriate, encourage the application of relevant ITU-T Recommendations by such service providers. 14 c) The Member States, where appropriate, shall cooperate in implementing these Regulations. 15 1.8 These Regulations shall apply, regardless of the means of transmission used, so far as the Radio Regulations do not provide otherwise. Article 2 Definitions 16 2.1 For the purpose of these Regulations, the following definitions shall apply. (...) Article 14 Final provisions 76 14.1 These Regulations, of which Appendices 1 and 2 form integral parts, shall enter into force on 1 January 2015, and shall be applied as of that date, consistent with all the provisions of Article 54 of the Constitution. 77 14.2 If a Member State makes reservations with regard to the application of one or more of the provisions of these Regulations, other Member States shall be free to disregard the said provision or provisions in their relations with the Member State which has made such reservations.
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Score: 645874.1 - https://www.itu.int/dms_pub/it...nf/S-CONF-WCIT-2012-MSW-E.docx
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(Aug. 7, 1953, ch. 345, Paragraph 3, 67 Stat. 462.) Paragraph 1333. Laws and regulations governing lands (a) Constitution and United States laws; laws of adjacent States; Publication of projected State lines; restriction on State taxation and jurisdiction (1) The Constitution and laws and civil and political jurisdiction of the United States are extended to the subsoil and sea-bed of the outer Continental Shelf and to all artificial islands and fixed structures which may be erected thereon for the purpose of exploring for, developing, removing, and transporting resources therefrom, to the same extent as if the outer Continental Shelf were an area of exclusive Federal jurisdiction located within a State; Provided, however, that mineral leases on the outer Continental Shelf shall be maintained or issued only under the provisions of this subchapter. (2) To the extent that they are applicable and not inconsistent with this subchapter or with other Federal laws and regulations of the Secretary now in effect or hereafter adopted, the civil and criminal laws of each adjacent State as of the effective date of this subchapter are declared to be the law of the United States for that portion of the subsoil and sea-bed of the outer Continental Shelf, and artificial islands and fixed structures erected thereon, which would be within the area of the State if its boundaries were extended seaward to the outer margin of the outer Continental Shelf, and the President shall determine and publish in the Federal Register such projected lines extending seaward and defining each such area. (...) (Aug. 7, 1953, ch. 245, Paragraph 4, 67 Stat. 462.) Paragraph 1334. Administration of leasing (a) Rules and regulations; amendment; cooperation with State agencies; violations and penalties; compliance with regulations as condition of lease (1) The Secretary shall administer the provisions of this subchapter relating to the leasing of the outer Continental Shelf, and shall prescribe such rules and regulations as may be necessary to carry out such provisions. (...) In the enforcement of conservation laws, rules, and regulations the Secretary is authorized to cooperate with the conservation agencies of the adjacent States.
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Score: 645868 - https://www.un.org/depts/los/L...TIES/PDFFILES/USA_1953_Act.pdf
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Background and General Recommendations UAS Toolkit Home Narrative Currently selected UAS Regulation Training and Education Additional Considerations Authorization Recreational Operations State Regulations UAS Tools Rules or Guidance Special Authorization Frequently Used Terms FAQ News drone life sUAS News 1. (...) Before devising any regulatory framework for UAS operations, the regulator should understand and assess the UAS situation in his or her State.   (...) A State’s regulations should cover all UAS operations in domestic airspace such that the UAS regulatory framework to be developed is compatible with existing aviation regulations as well as those of other sectors.
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Score: 645726 - https://www.icao.int/safety/UA...ages/Narrative-Background.aspx
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In support of their respective claims, they both relied on various pleas in law alleging, inter alia, that that notice did not take into account Regulation No 1169/2011. 19      The Conseil d’État (Council of State) considered, in essence, that the questions raised by the examination of the pleas alleging that the Ministerial Notice disregarded Regulation No 1169/2011 were decisive for the outcome of the two disputes pending before it and that they raised serious difficulties. 20      In those circumstances, the Conseil d’État (Council of State) decided to stay the proceedings and to refer the following questions to the Court of Justice for a preliminary ruling: ‘(1)      Does EU law and in particular Regulation No 1169/2011, where indication of the origin of a product falling within the scope of that regulation is mandatory, require, for a product from a territory occupied by the State of Israel since 1967, an indication of that territory and an indication that the product comes from an Israeli settlement if that is the case? (2)      If not, do the provisions of the regulation, in particular those in Chapter VI thereof, allow a Member State to require those indications?’   (...) The Golan Heights form part of the territory of a State other than the State of Israel, namely the Syrian Arab Republic. 36      In the light of the foregoing, it must be held that displaying, on foodstuffs such as those at issue in the main proceedings, the indication that the State of Israel is their ‘country of origin’, when those foodstuffs actually originate in one of the territories referred to in paragraph 33 above, would be liable to deceive consumers. 37      In addition, in order to prevent consumers being misled as to the fact that the State of Israel is present in those territories as an occupying power and not as a sovereign entity within the meaning of paragraph 29 above, it appears necessary to inform them that those foodstuffs do not originate in that State. 38      Consequently, the indication of the territory of origin of foodstuffs such as those at issue in the main proceedings cannot be omitted and must therefore be regarded as mandatory under Articles 9 and 26 of Regulation No 1169/2011. 39      Thirdly and lastly, the concept of ‘place of provenance’ in Article 26(2)(a) of Regulation No 1169/2011 refers — according to the first sentence of Article 2(2)(g) of that regulation — to the place from which a food comes, but which is not the ‘country of origin’ of that food.
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Score: 645538.3 - https://www.un.org/unispal/doc...m-settlements-non-un-document/
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Regulation 2 The financial period 2.1 The financial period shall consist initially of one calendar year unless otherwise decided by the Assembly of States Parties for the first-year budget of the Court. (...) The scale shall be adopted by the Assembly of States Parties. Pending the receipt of such contributions, the appropriations may be financed from the Working Capital Fund. 5.3 The appropriations provided for in regulation 4.2 shall be financed from the assessed contributions from States Parties in accordance with regulation 5.2 up to a limit to be decided upon by the Assembly of States Parties in each budget resolution. (...) Adjustments to the assessments of States Parties shall be made in respect of: (a) Any balance of the appropriations surrendered under regulation 4.7; (b) Contributions resulting from the assessment of new States Parties under the provisions of regulation 5.10; (c) Miscellaneous income. 5.52 After the Assembly of States Parties has reviewed and adopted the budget and determined the amount of the Working Capital Fund or the Contingency Fund if the Assembly of States Parties has determined in accordance with regulation 6.6 that the Fund shall be financed from assessed contributions, the Registrar shall: (a) Transmit the relevant documents to the States Parties; (b) Inform the States Parties of their commitments in respect of annual assessed contributions and advances to the Working Capital Fund or the Contingency Fund; (c) Request them to remit their contributions and advances.
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Score: 645524.17 - https://www.icc-cpi.int/sites/default/files/FRRENG0705.pdf
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