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VAL/1/Add.21/Suppl.1 Page 20 Customs and Excise Act 10 of 1982 Section 17(5) Substitute "respect" for respect" Section 17(13) Section 21 Section 24 Section 26(3) Section 38(5) Section 39(1) (a) (v) Section 51(1) (a) Section 51(1) (c) Section 55(6) (b) Substitute "roods" for "gooods" appearing between the phrases "direct any" and removed in bond" Substitute "of" for "or" appearing between the phrases "the owner" and such goods" Substitute "those" for "thise" appearing between the phrases "preservation of" and "goods or for sale" Substitute "intended" for "inteded" Substitute "of" for "'or" appearingbetween the phrases "wholesale quantities" and "mineral oil". (...) Substitute "sells for "sale" appearing between "prepares or" and "or offers" Substitute "destroys" for destroyes" delete "with any goods" appearing for the second time after a similarly worded phrase. Substitute "counter- vailing" for "counter vaing" Insert "as" between "in so far" and "may be" Substitute "in respect" for "inrespect" appearing between ".and the goods" and "of which such" Substitute "whatever" for "whetever" appearing at beginning of the sub-section Substitute "condemna- tion" for "condemna- toin" VAL/1/Addn21/Suppl.1 Page 23 Section 91 (b) 2rXd proviso Section 97 (2) Section 100(2) (a) Section 104 Section 107 (1) (a) Section 107(2) (a) Section 108(1) (e) Section 109 Section 111(1) Section 114(1) (f) Section 114(3) (C) (vii) (66) (ii) Section 114(8) Section 115 "of" appearing between "the sale" and "destruction thereof" Substitute "or" for Substitute "proceed- ings" for procedngs" Substitute "manufac- turer" "manumac- turer" Substitute "incurring of any" for incurring of ay" Substitute "perform- ed" for "peroformed" Substitute "detention" for detentiono" Substitute "or" for "of" appearing between "rendered" and "furnished" Insert "with" between "except" and "the permission of" Substitute "gauges" for guages" Substitute "objection- able" for "ojection- able" Substitute "concise" for "consise" Substitute "provides" for povides" Marginary note to read "Duty constitutes a debt to the state" Thabo Makeka, Acting Solicitor-General.
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Score: 798082.57 - https://www.wto.org/gatt_docs/English/SULPDF/91280089.pdf
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John Livingston   THE APPEALS CHAMBER of the International Tribunal for the Prosecution of Persons Responsible for Serious Violations of International Humanitarian Law Committed in the Territory of the Former Yugoslavia since 1991 ("International Tribunal"), NOTING that on 25 January 1999 the Appeals Chamber issued an oral decision granting the Appellant leave to amend the Notice of Appeal and to file an "Amended Brief of Argument on Behalf of the Appellant", which document supersedes the Appellant’s original Brief filed on 12 January 1998, NOTING the amended "Respondent’s Brief of Argument on the Brief of Argument of the Prosecution (Cross-Appellant)" submitted by the Appellant on 19 January 1998 ("the Substitute Brief") which the Appellant seeks to substitute for the version filed with the Appeals Chamber by the previous lead counsel on 24 July 1998, NOTING that the Appellant did not seek leave to file the Substitute Brief prior to submitting it, NOTING that on 21 January 1999 the Office of the Prosecutor ("Prosecution") sought leave to file an "Opposition to the Appellant’s 19 January 1999 Filing", objecting to acceptance of the Substitute Brief, and maintained that objection at a status conference held on 25 January 1999 on the basis that the Prosecution was not in a position at that time to determine whether the Substitute Brief could merely supplant the prior submission, CONSIDERING the principle that where leave of a Chamber is required to submit a filing, such leave should be obtained prior to submitting the document in question, CONSIDERING that it would assist the Appeals Chamber for the Prosecution to confirm whether, in its view, the Substitute Brief merely supplants the prior submission, CONSIDERING FURTHER that, if such confirmation were to be forthcoming, then, pursuant to the ruling of the Appeals Chamber of 25 January 1999, it would not be necessary for the Prosecution to make any further filing in response to the Substitute Brief as any relevant matters may be raised during the oral argument on the hearing on the merits,   CONSIDERING ALSO that the Appeals Chamber wishes to regulate the further conduct of proceedings in this matter, HEREBY ORDERS as follows: the filing of the Prosecution "Opposition to the Appellant’s 19 January 1999 Filing" is hereby accepted; the Prosecution shall indicate to the Appeals Chamber and to the Appellant, by way of written submission within seven days of the date hereof, whether, in keeping with the ruling of the Appeals Chamber of 25 January 1999, it can agree that the Substitute Brief merely supplants the prior submission; the Appeals Chamber will rule upon the admissibility of the Substitute Brief as soon as practicable thereafter; the appeal, cross-appeal and appeal on sentencing shall be heard from Monday 19 to Friday 23 April 1999; and each party shall, on Friday 19 March 1999, submit to the Appeals Chamber a written skeleton argument covering the appeal, the cross-appeal and the appeal on sentencing in order to consolidate and clarify their respective positions.
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Score: 797837.65 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/tadic/tord/en/90217SO35321.htm
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The substitution of harmful chemicals is an important part of the Harmonised Mandatory Control Scheme (HMCS). The UK is obliged to implement the policy to replace chemical substances identified as candidates for substitution. Products containing substitutable chemical substances are identified by the presence of a substitution warning placed on the product template. (...) Frequently the use of substitutes has also proven to be just as problematic, or the required substitutes cannot be found, as the available information concerning alternatives is too incomplete.
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Score: 795947.36 - https://www.who.int/ifcs/docum...ommittee/substitution_case/en/
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WHO | Forum Standing Committee Working Groups Access Home Alt+0 Content Alt+2 Search Menu Intergovernmental Forum on Chemical Safety Officers National focal points Forum standing committee Regional groups IFCS champions Forum sessions Financing work programme Publications Forum Standing Committee Working Groups Substitution and Alternatives Case studies, Examples and Tools Substitution is a strategy of risk reduction through implementing solutions to prevent human and environmental exposure to certain chemical hazards while still achieving the intended goal. (...) These alternative solutions are not restricted to chemical-based options. Substitution is a common and inherent process of technological development, industrial business and innovation. The ability to substitute one chemical product should be approached on a life-cycle basis with a consideration of the risks, costs and benefits of substitution.
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Score: 792840.9 - https://www.who.int/ifcs/docum...dingcommittee/substitution/en/
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WHO | Forum Standing Committee Working Groups Access Home Alt+0 Content Alt+2 Search Menu Intergovernmental Forum on Chemical Safety Officers National focal points Forum standing committee Regional groups IFCS champions Forum sessions Financing work programme Publications Forum Standing Committee Working Groups Substitution and Alternatives Case studies and examples Accessing case studies and examples by categories of chemicals: FLAME RETARDANTS Playing with fire: the global threat presented by brominated flame retardants justifies urgent substitution Department of Biological Sciences, University of Exeter, UK Substitution of Hazardous Chemicals in Products and Processes Report compiled for the Directorate General Environment, Nuclear Safety and Civil Protection of the Commission of the European Communities Partnership Projects – Design for the Environment Program U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Projects (list 20 September 2007) CPA: Clean Production Action CPA works with companies to substitute hazardous chemicals in products and production processes with Green Chemistry and safer substitutes; waste reduction through producer responsibility for product take-back; the promotion of sustainable agriculture for bio-based renewable materials, and awareness raising of the environmental and health implications of emerging new materials such as nanotechnology Related links back to Substitution and Alternatives page You are here: Intergovernmental Forum on Chemical Safety Forum Standing Committee Working Groups Quick Links Sitemap Intergovernmental Forum on Chemical Safety Officers National focal points Forum standing committee Regional groups IFCS champions Forum sessions Financing work programme Publications Resources Contact IFCS Meetings calendar Links © WHO 2022
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Score: 792497.85 - https://www.who.int/ifcs/docum...mmittee/substitution/flame/en/
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Some factors affecting substitution of forest products are highlighted, as well as consumer awareness of environmental issues.  (...) The competitive climate for wood products and paper packaging; the factors causing substitution with emphasis on environmental promotions.   A study performed by the Subgroup Substitution Project of the Joint FAO/ECE Team of Public Relations Specialists in the Forest and Forest Industries Sector. 
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Score: 791903.86 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...timber/pr/publist/subsrept.htm
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Examines supply side substitutes How other producers can switch production relatively easily and supply service 10 Supply side substitutability Price increase results in some firms producing similar products switching production It is possible that supply side substitution alone could make unprofitable the price increase considered If so, the market needs to be widened Supply side substitution is quick entry (occurs in less than a year) 11 De novo entry is not supply side substitution In applying the SSNIP Test, entry of new firms into the market is not considered supply side substitution New entry is assumed usually to take too long to have an effect on the hypothetical monopolist, as the price increase needs to be profitable over a one year period Entry is considered to be something that occurs in a market already defined, and its effects are examined at the market analysis stage 12 The SSNIP Test “A market is defined as a product or group of products and a geographic area in which it is produced or sold such that a hypothetical profit- maximizing firm, not subject to price regulation, that was the only present and future producer or seller of those products in that area likely would impose at least a ‘small but significant and non-transitory’ increase in price, assuming the terms of sale of all other products are held constant. (...) No, then widen market by including near substitutes If yes, stop as market boundaries have been identified Why widen the market if no? (...) Is there a chain of substitution? The chain of substitution can also apply geographically 20 Using evidence and analysis Company documents may reveal perceived substitutes National Regulatory Authority reports Interviews/surveys Switching costs – are these significant?
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Score: 790842.53 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/treg...hiopia/pdf/Session_2_Doyle.pdf
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Strategy Study on Inter-Fuel Substitution implemented in the Kolpashevo municipality (2009) | UNECE Skip to main content English Pусский Advanced Search   Main navigation About UNECE Executive Secretary Mission Organizational structure Secretariat Executive Committee Commission Legal instruments Work with us Our work Economic Cooperation & Integration Environmental Policy Forests Housing & Land Population Sustainable Energy Statistics Trade Transport Themes High-impact Areas Circular Economy Gender SPECA Technical cooperation THE PEP UN SG's Special Envoy for Road Safety UN Road Safety Fund UN cooperation in the UNECE region Regional Forum on Sustainable Development SDGs Open UNECE Events Meetings & Events Information for Delegates Coronavirus Advisory Publications Media Executive Secretary's Blog News Press Releases Covid-19 Press Releases Speeches Stories UNECE Weekly Videos More options Strategy Study on Inter-Fuel Substitution implemented in the Kolpashevo municipality (2009) Strategy Study on Inter-Fuel Substitution implemented in the Kolpashevo municipality (2009) Sustainable Energy Energy Efficiency Published: December 2010 Strategy Study on Inter-Fuel Substitution implemented in the Kolpashevo municipality (2009) The paper aims to analyze the outlook of implementing inter-fuel substitution in municipal entity «Kolpashevo urban settlement», the Tomsk Region, and to develop recommendations on implementing inter-fuel substitution in urban and rural settlement of the Russian Federation. 
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Score: 790828.56 - https://unece.org/info/Sustain...rgy/Energy-Efficiency/pub/2740
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Inappropriate marketing of breast-milk substitutes continues to undermine efforts to improve breastfeeding rates and the COVID-19 crisis is intensifying the threat. (...) The Code bans all forms of promotion of breast-milk substitutes, including advertising, gifts to health workers and distribution of free samples. (...) Given the important role of health workers in protecting pregnant women, mothers and their infants from inappropriate promotion of breast-milk substitutes, the 2020 report provides an extensive analysis of legal measures taken to prohibit promotion of breast-milk substitutes to health workers and in health facilities.
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Score: 790009.1 - https://www.unicef.org/png/pre...ubstitutes-warn-who-and-unicef
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Inappropriate marketing of breast-milk substitutes continues to undermine efforts to improve breastfeeding rates and the COVID-19 crisis is intensifying the threat. (...) The Code bans all forms of promotion of breast-milk substitutes, including advertising, gifts to health workers and distribution of free samples. (...) Given the important role of health workers in protecting pregnant women, mothers and their infants from inappropriate promotion of breast-milk substitutes, the 2020 report provides an extensive analysis of legal measures taken to prohibit promotion of breast-milk substitutes to health workers and in health facilities.
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Score: 790009.1 - https://www.unicef.org/press-r...ubstitutes-warn-who-and-unicef
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