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As the concepts of substantial ownership and effective control have changed with time, CAN Decision 582, Article 12 establishes other criteria for the designation of an airline. (...) The airline designation requirements indicated in the majority of bilateral agreements entered into by Ecuador stipulate that the substantial capital and effective control of the enterprise are to be vested in nationals. (...) In accordance with this, it cannot be legally required that the substantial capital of an enterprise be vested in Ecuadorians.
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Score: 593922.95 - https://www.icao.int/sustainab...Replies/EcuadorComments_en.pdf
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(b) Developing countries : reduction by substantially less than [X%] of budgetary expenditures and by [substantially less than Y%] of quantities exported, starting with the Uruguay Round final levels, within a period to be determined, but longer than the period provided for developed countries. 10. (...) The lack of an agreement providing for the elimination or substantial reduction of export subsidies and the substantial reduction of domestic support not covered by the green box would mean that with respect to market access, each Member would be able to decide on a case-by-case basis how far it was willing to go in view of its own situation and the situation of the international market. (...) On the other hand, an agreement allowing for the elimination or substantial reduction of export subsidies and a substantial reduction of domestic support not covered by the green box would help Members to agree on multilaterally applied modalities for negotiating the reduction of tariffs resulting from the Uruguay Round.
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Score: 593202.3 - https://www.wto.org/english/tratop_e/agric_e/ngw138_e.doc
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Social Security years of substantial earnings If you have 30 or more years of substantial earnings, we don’t reduce the standard 90 percent factor in our formula. See the first table that lists substantial earnings for each year. The second table shows the percentage used to reduce the 90 percent factor depending on the number of years of substantial earnings. If you have 21 to 29 years of substantial earnings, we reduce the 90 percent factor to between 45 and 85 percent.
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Score: 593202.3 - https://www.un.org/other/afics...ination_provision_pamphlet.pdf
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It requires the constituent members of a customs union to eliminate “duties and other restrictive regulations of commerce” with respect to “substantially all the trade” between them. Neither the GATT CONTRACTING PARTIES nor the WTO Members have ever reached an agreement on the interpretation of the term “substantially” in this provision. It is clear, though, that “substantially all the trade” is not the same as all the trade, and also that “substantially all the trade” is something considerably more than merely some of the trade. (...) It requires the constituent members of a customs union to apply “substantially the same” duties and other regulations of commerce to external trade with third countries.
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Score: 592345 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...e/dispu_e/repertory_e/r1_e.htm
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WTO | NEWS - Donors pledge substantial support to JITAP (II) - Press 328 WORLD TRADE ORGANIZATION Home   |  About WTO   |  News & events   |  Trade topics   |  WTO membership   |  Documents & resources   |  External relations Contact us   |  Site map   |  A-Z   |  Search español   français home wto news 2002 press releases press release WTO NEWS: 2002 PRESS RELEASES Press/328 20 December 2002 TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE Donors pledge substantial support to JITAP (II) SEE ALSO: press releases WTO news archives Supachai Panitchpakdi's speeches > Technical assistance > Joint Integrated Technical Assistance Programme (opens in new window) A meeting of donors, African partners countries, and the three Geneva based agencies (ITC, UNCTAD and WTO), endorsed the launching of the new phase of the Joint Integrated Technical Assistance Programme (JITAP) based on the success of the first phase, which was launched in 1998. JITAP seeks to build capacity to understand the emerging MTS, comply with it, and to derive benefit from it. Donors pledged substantial support to the follow up phase, which aims at achieving the same objectives over a period of four years. (...) Canada already pledged substantial support to the programme at the G8 meeting in June 2002.
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Score: 589402.5 - https://www.wto.org/english/news_e/pres02_e/pr328_e.htm
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Efficiency was more mixed, with 50% of the projects likely to be highly or substantially efficient. Taken together, performance of the project was rated as substantial in 80% of the projects evaluated. (...) Food-security impact was more mixed. Substantial impact was not evident in the domains of the environ- ment and communal resource base, and of institutions, policies and regulatory framework. (...) Overall impact on rural poverty was rated as substantial in 50% of the projects. Overall performance of the partners was rated as substantial in 70% of the projects.
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Score: 588007.86 - https://www.ifad.org/documents...cb-d9fc-4735-a6e9-e1229894e9b2
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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? (...) 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)? (...) Ivory Coast – Substantial ownership and control of Ivory Coast designated airline must be held jointly by the governments of the States party to the Yaounde Treaty concerning air transport in Africa, signed on March 28, 1961. - 3 - No.
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Score: 586734.96 - https://www.icao.int/sustainab...shipControl/Replies/Canada.pdf
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The Substantial New Programme of Action for the 1980s for the Least Developed Countries was adopted by that Conference, with the aim of transforming the economies of least developed countries and enabling them to provide minimum standards of nutrition, health, housing and education as well as job opportunities to their citizens, particularly to the rural and urban poor. The need to provide assistance to least developed countries was stated in the Substantial New Programme of Action:   The totally inadequate levels of living that now exist in the least developed countries are a cause for grave concern to the international community. (...) However, the international community, in particular the developed countries and relevant international organizations, as well as the developing countries in a position to do so and non-governmental organizations, will have to provide substantial assistance to these countries to overcome their poverty.
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Score: 585841.26 - https://www.un.org/en/conferen...-developed-countries/paris1981
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The Substantial New Programme of Action for the 1980s for the Least Developed Countries was adopted by that Conference, with the aim of transforming the economies of least developed countries and enabling them to provide minimum standards of nutrition, health, housing and education as well as job opportunities to their citizens, particularly to the rural and urban poor. The need to provide assistance to least developed countries was stated in the Substantial New Programme of Action:   The totally inadequate levels of living that now exist in the least developed countries are a cause for grave concern to the international community. (...) However, the international community, in particular the developed countries and relevant international organizations, as well as the developing countries in a position to do so and non-governmental organizations, will have to provide substantial assistance to these countries to overcome their poverty.
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Score: 585841.26 - https://www.un.org/en/node/135889
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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 There is substantial departure in our Civil Aviation Policy 2006 in this respect. 2. 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 If required by the BASA 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 These provisions are not in place c) incorporated and having its principal place of business or permanent residence in the territory of the designating party X If agreed so in the BASA d) having its principal place of business in the territory of and effective control by the designating party (without the ownership requirement) X If agreed so in the BASA e) having its principal place of business in the territory of and effective regulatory control by the designating party X If agreed so in the BASA f) any other criteria (please describe) 3.
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Score: 584076.76 - https://www.icao.int/sustainab...rshipControl/Replies/Nepal.pdf
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