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On the supply side, overall tea prices have been sluggish and have actually declined over the last two decades due largely to substantial increases in production. Consequently, increasing the production of organic tea presents an attractive option for producers. (...) Second, the certification requirements, currently dependent on external sources, increase the costs substantially and almost entirely out of the reach of small producers. (...) Although in export terms their contribution is just over 30 percent, it nevertheless represents a substantial source of foreign earnings for both. With sluggish prices and newer entrants into the market, both face a prospect of losing market shares.
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Score: 641772 - https://www.fao.org/organicag/...st-fund-projects/asia-asia/ru/
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Apart from any claims to a "principal supplying Interest" or "substantial Interest" which might b6 put forward at the metIng, such claims could also be put forward subsequent to the meeting Any contracting party which considered that it had a "principal supplying interest" IC/SR.48 Page 2 or a "substantial interest", as provided in paragraph 1 of Article XXVIII, should communicate such claim in writing and without delay to the itustrbliak- Government and at the same time inform, the Executive Secretary. (...) The representative of Czechoslovakia claimed, on behalf of his Government, a "substantial interest" in the concession in the most-favoured- nation tariff.
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Score: 641772 - https://www.wto.org/gatt_docs/English/SULPDF/91850139.pdf
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Under  ‘business as usual’  GHG emissions  scenarios,  this proportion  is projected  to grow  substantially,  to 5% or more of global  emissions. Through the IMO, the international community has recently adopted aggressive ship energy  efficiency standards  (design, operation) which, once implemented, could substantially reduce shipping’s  global  carbon  footprint.    (...) In the aggregate, restoration and/or protection of such ‘blue carbon’ sinks could sequester  0.4 – 3.0% of present day global CO2 emissions and make a substantial contribution to climate mitigation  while delivering sizeable additional environmental and socioeconomic benefits in areas such as fisheries,  storm surge protection, and tourism. 
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Score: 641772 - https://www.un.org/depts/los/g...ribution%20-%20Exec%20Summ.pdf
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Reducing water losses in urban drinking water supply networks could make a substantial contribution to making progress in achieving SDG 6. (...) Relevant Databases SDG Reference(s) SDG Target 6.4: By 2030, substantially increase water-use efficiency across all sectors and ensure sustainable withdrawals and supply of freshwater to address water scarcity and substantially reduce the number of people suffering from water scarcity. 42     45     46     47     48     49     50     51     52     53     54     55          
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Score: 641772 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica...y/files/basic-html/page50.html
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Agricultural trade liberalization will also provide substantial economic benefits to consumers and taxpayers. (...) Therefore, WTO negotiations must lead to a global, substantial and balanced agreement to be acceptable for all members. (...) Market Access UNICE would like to see substantial improvements in market access by a continuation of the reduction in protection as agreed in the Uruguay Round.
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Score: 641544.2 - https://www.wto.org/english/fo...ms_e/ngo_e/unice_agrineg_e.pdf
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When designating your airline to operate the agreed services under an air services agreement, do you require it to be substantially (or majority) owned and effectively controlled by nationals of your country? X New Zealand Government policy is that “until such time as the Government can be confident that an airline it designates would not be denied access to traffic rights with other bilateral partners, designated New Zealand international airlines will continue to be required to be substantially owned and effectively controlled by New Zealand nationals.” (...) In dealing with the designation of foreign airlines, which of the following criteria do you accept: a) substantially (or majority) owned and effectively controlled by the designating party or its nationals (the traditional approach) X b) substantially (or majority) owned and effectively controlled by one or more States that are parties to an agreement or within a predefined regional grouping (e.g. a “community of interest” carrier) X c) incorporated and having its principal place of business or permanent residence in the territory of the designating party X d) having its principal place of business in the territory of and effective control by the designating party (without the ownership requirement) X e) having its principal place of business in the territory of and effective regulatory control by the designating party X f) any other criteria (please describe) X Specific designation criteria apply to airlines operating within the Single Aviation Market (SAM) between New Zealand and Australia.
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Score: 640706.8 - https://www.icao.int/sustainab...Control/Replies/NewZealand.pdf
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Partners with presence in the target locations, has previous experience in the thematic area and with capacity to directly implement should be scored highest. (25 points) Yes/fully 25 Substantially 20 Partially 15 Minimally 10 Barely 5 Is the proposal submitted by a NNGO (5 points) Yes 5 No 0 Programmatic Relevance 30 Are the proposed activities in line with those prioritized by the Cluster in their response plan? (...) Projects where targeted beneficiaries are clearly defined, needs of specific and or/vulnerable groups identified and participation of women in the project life-cycle clearly articulated should be scored highest. (15 points) Yes/fully 15 Substantially 12 Partially 9 Minimally 6 Barely 3 Are protection concerns including GBV adequately addressed? (...) (15 points) Yes/fully 15 Substantially 12 Partially 9 Minimally 6 Barely 3 Cluster Specific Criteria 20 Direct implementation, clear linkage in project objective, activities and output, Indicators SMART, Well defined target beneficiaries, project adheres to cluster minimum standards (20 points) Yes 20 Substantially 16 Partially 12 Minimally 8 Barely 4 Coordination 5 Does the partner participate in the cluster (i.e. attend cluster meetings, provide timely information to the cluster, consistently fulfills cluster reporting requirements, (5 points) Yes 5 Partially 3 No 0 Total 100 SOMALIA HUMANITARIAN FUND Project Prioritization - Scoring Sheet - SAMPLE ONLY – The scoring sheet should be completed and submitted directed in the GMS This scoring sheet is to support Strategic Review Committees in their prioritization of projects for the SHF.
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Score: 640706.8 - https://www.unocha.org/sites/u...eport%20templates_20210215.pdf
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(b) The Organization shall promptly transmit such statement to all other Members and any Member, which considers that its trade would be substantially effected by the measure may transmit its views to the Organization within such period as shall be prescribed by the Organization. (...) Article 17: Insert anew sub-paragraph (c) in paragraph 1: "Account shall be taken in the negotiations of the revenue aspect of existing tariffs, in the case of Members who derive a substantial percentage of their revenue from custom duties". ~~~/Article..18- E/CONF. 2/11/Add. 33 Page 3 Article 18 Paragraph 3 (a), Line 1: After the word "made", insert the words "or maintained", Paragraph 3 (b): Delete the words "of which there is no substantial domestic production". Paragraph 4 (b): Delete, Paragraph 5: Deletee, Article 20: Delete.
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Score: 640706.8 - https://www.wto.org/gatt_docs/English/SULPDF/90040064.pdf
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To make housing both more efficient and environmentally friendly, member States need to invest in energy-saving. Substantial energy savings can be achieved both by adopting the latest technology and through institutional and behavioural changes. (...) The corresponding carbon emissions of the sector are also substantial. Dwellings belong to the longest lasting and most expensive human technological infrastructure and have very long maintenance and replacement cycles as well as a high degree of inertia. Thus the measures taken today – or their absence – will leave a substantial legacy for many decades. The housing sector remains wasteful across the UNECE region.
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Score: 640706.8 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DAM/press/pr2009/09env_p28e.htm
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Venue: Conference Room 2 Public debt in developing countries has risen substantially in recent years in both emerging markets and low-income developing countries (49 countries including all but one of the LDCs). (...) Overall, debt related risks in some EMs are elevated, although there is substantial variation among countries. Most notably, average public and external financing needs are substantial despite the still low global interest rates. (...) Debt risks in low-income developing countries (LIDCs) have risen substantially over recent years. The share of countries at high risk of debt distress or in debt distress has doubled since 2013 to about 40 percent.
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Score: 640706.8 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/second/73/se2_infonote.pdf
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