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The framework commits members to “substantial improvements in market access for all products”. (...) developing countries are to be given “operationally effective” special treatment    “sensitive products” : all countries are to be allowed some flexibility in the way these products are treated, although even sensitive products have to see “substantial improvements” in market access. Left for further negotiation are the levels and number of tiers, and the type of tariff reduction in each tier. (...) Even for these products, there has to be “substantial improvement” in market access, which can partly be achieved by creating or expanding tariff quotas.
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Score: 649441.5 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...bkgrnd25_marketframework_e.htm
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ILO reveals substantial skills mismatch in Europe Skip to main content ILO Advancing social justice, promoting decent work ILO is a specialized agency of the United Nations Русский Countries Topics Sectors Search ilo.org Search ilo.org Menu Home About the ILO Newsroom Meetings and events Publications Research Labour standards Statistics and databases Contact Us Eastern Europe and Central Asia About the office Staff Vacancies Areas of work Employment Enterprises development Gender equality International Labour Standards Occupational safety and health (OSH) Social protection Workers' and Employers' organizations Countries covered Armenia Azerbaijan Belarus Georgia Kazakhstan Kyrgyzstan Russia Tajikistan Turkmenistan Uzbekistan News room Information resources Library Publications Video Links Newsletters Press about us Projects Events ILO home Regions and countries Eastern Europe and Central Asia News room ILO reveals substantial skills mismatch in Europe ... ILO reveals substantial skills mismatch in Europe Between 25 and 45 per cent of workers in Europe are either over – or under-qualified for their job, leading to a substantial mismatch between supply and demand in the labour market, a new ILO study says.
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Score: 648513.53 - www.ilo.org/moscow/news...WCMS_326949/lang--en/index.htm
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.- The Democratic People's Republic of Korea is likely to record its best harvest for six years, but with domestic food production still well below consumption requirements, the country will again need substantial external assistance in 2002, two United Nations agencies said today. (...) Notwithstanding the significant recovery this year, "domestic production will fall well below the minimum food needs and the country will again have to depend on substantial external food assistance next year as its capacity to import commercially remains highly constrained," the report said. (...) It needs to be emphasised that unless the international community responds positively and substantially, millions of people of DPR Korea, including large number of children, old people, pregnant women and lactating mothers will face hunger over prolonged periods with severe consequences for their health and welfare," the joint report says.
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Score: 648513.53 - https://www.fao.org/waicent/oi..._ne/PRESSENG/2001/pren0174.htm
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ILO reveals substantial skills mismatch in Europe Skip to main content ILO Advancing social justice, promoting decent work ILO is a specialized agency of the United Nations Русский Countries Topics Sectors Search ilo.org Search ilo.org Menu Home About the ILO Newsroom Meetings and events Publications Research Labour standards Statistics and databases Contact Us Eastern Europe and Central Asia About the office Staff Vacancies Areas of work Employment Enterprises development Gender equality International Labour Standards Occupational safety and health (OSH) Social protection Workers' and Employers' organizations Countries covered Armenia Azerbaijan Belarus Georgia Kazakhstan Kyrgyzstan Russia Tajikistan Turkmenistan Uzbekistan News room Information resources Library Publications Video Links Newsletters Press about us Projects Events ILO home Regions and countries Eastern Europe and Central Asia News room ILO reveals substantial skills mismatch in Europe ... ILO reveals substantial skills mismatch in Europe Between 25 and 45 per cent of workers in Europe are either over – or under-qualified for their job, leading to a substantial mismatch between supply and demand in the labour market, a new ILO study says.
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Score: 648513.53 - https://www.ilo.org/moscow/new...WCMS_326949/lang--en/index.htm
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In this case, however, the appellant did not sufficiently substantiate the first ground of appeal as an error of law. (...) In addition, the appellant must substantiate that the decision under review would have been substantially different, had it not been for the error’.6 12. (...) In following the applicable standard of review in the case at hand, I would have found that Mr Abd-Al Rahman has failed to sufficiently substantiate his argument that the Pre-Trial Chamber’s interpretation of the law was incorrect and to substantiate that the decision under review would have been substantially different, had it not been for the error.
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Score: 648338.1 - https://www.icc-cpi.int/sites/...elatedRecords/CR2020_05583.PDF
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(b) Factors Cited By The USITC Do Not Support Its Conclusion That There Would Be A Substantial Increase In Imports 4.27 Volume Trends . (...) There is no way to reconcile this conclusion with the USITC’s proposition that import trends from April to August 2001 foreshadowed a substantial increase in imports in the imminent future sufficient to threaten material injury. 4.47 In an effort to bolster its claim that imports increased substantially after the expiration of the SLA, the USITC also relied on new data showing that imports increased in the first quarter of 2002. (...) Nonetheless, it continued to rely on these slight increases to support its finding that subject imports would increase substantially in the imminent future. 4.51 Because the record showed only “slight” increases in total Canadian capacity, the Panel recognized that “it is only the existing excess capacity that might be viewed as supporting a finding that imports would increase substantially in the future.”
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Score: 648064.75 - https://www.wto.org/english/tratop_e/dispu_e/277rw-0_e.doc
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2 LC Comments. 1 AR Comment. Approved with substantial changes: 22/5/02. AAP: 23 Français   Español Print Version Office of the Secretary General Radio- communication (ITU-R) Telecom Standardization (ITU-T) Telecom Development (ITU-D) TELECOM Exhibitions and Forum Membership Home Page : Publications 2 LC Comments. 1 AR Comment. Approved with substantial changes: 22/5/02. AAP: 23 Top  -  Feedback  -  Privacy  -  Copyright © ITU 2001  All Rights Reserved Contact for this page :  webmaster@itu.int Updated : 2007-03-30  
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Score: 647831.93 - https://www.itu.int/itudoc/itu.../history/h248v2/aa-/index.html
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OFTEL recognised that the potential loss of revenues for the mobile operators from reduced termination charges was substantial and was concerned that there should be a full consideration of the wider public interest issues. (...) The Competition Commission concluded that : · there was insufficient competitive pressure to constrain mobile termination charges and that this was likely to be the case until at least 2002; · the prevailing charges were substantially in excess of the costs of an efficient operator with 25% share of the market; and · the level of charges acted against the public interest. 4. (...) The review is considering the competitive conditions in the market in 2002 taking into account market developments such as the substantial market growth, the emergence of new services such as Short Message Services (SMS) and mobile internet/ e-mail services and the planned introduction of broadband (third generation) mobile services in 2002. 6.
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Score: 646972.8 - https://www.itu.int/osg/spu/ni/fmi/workshop/UK.doc
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SCORE China Case Study: Chongqing Jianghua work safety and productivity improvement A factory in China, Chongqing Jianghua Rubber and plastic manufacturing Company Limited was able to make very substantial improvement in the work process that not only boosted productivity but also greatly improved work safety. Type: Report Date issued: 21 April 2015 Chongqing Jianghua Rubber and Plastic Manufacturing Company Limited was able to make very substantial improvements in their work processes that not only boosted productivity but also greatly improved work safety. (...) It is very safe and substantially increases productivity on this operation.  
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Score: 646972.8 - https://www.ilo.org/empent/Pro...WCMS_362384/lang--zh/index.htm
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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) X In the case where the other party uses the traditional approach 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 States who are party to the Yamoussoukro Declaration - regarding the portion relating to the liberalization of the African air transport market States who are members of the regional economic community that Madagascar adheres to.
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Score: 646972.8 - https://www.icao.int/sustainab...Control/Replies/Madagascar.pdf
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