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WTO | Agriculture - negotiations backgrounder - August 2004 framework: domestic support 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 trade topics agriculture negotiations backgrounder domestic support: august framework AGRICULTURE NEGOTIATIONS: BACKGROUNDER August 2004 framework: domestic support All developed countries will make substantial reductions in distorting supports, and those with higher levels are to make deeper cuts from “bound” rates (the actual levels of support could be lower than the bound levels). (...) There will be limits on supports for specific products — “product-specific AMSs will be capped” — in order to avoid shifting support between different products. Since the tiered formula applies to the total of support on all products, the text also says that the result will be cuts in support specified for some products.   
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Score: 258773.9 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr..._bkgrnd27_boxesframework_e.htm
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Slide 1 WTO domestic support and agricultural policy in CIS countries Lars Brink Regional training workshop for CIS countries “WTO Accession and Agricultural Policy” Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) 12- 13 November 2013, Kiev, Ukraine Lars.Brink@hotmail.com – CIS countries * • 7 WTO members • 4 in process of accession • 1 contemplating accession – Domestic support • Policy support in favour of agricultural producers • Delivered by any government ministry – Not just ministry of agriculture • What is “domestic” about domestic support? (...) • Use green box policies: no limit on amount of support – Understand green box criteria when policy is developed – What to do about distorting support in other countries? (...) The WTO disciplines on domestic support. In WTO Disciplines on Agricultural Support: Seeking a Fair Basis for Trade, ed.
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Score: 258756.13 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...Brink_WTO_and_CIS_policies.pdf
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WTO | Agriculture - backgrounder - domestic support boxes 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 trade topics agriculture negotiations domestic support boxes Domestic support in agriculture Domestic support in agriculture: The boxes In WTO terminology, subsidies in general are identified by “boxes” which are given the colours of traffic lights: green (permitted), amber (slow down — i.e. need to be reduced), red (forbidden). (...) These supports are subject to limits. “De minimis” minimal supports for both product-specific and non-product-specific support are allowed, defined as a share of the value of agricultural production. (...) Find out more: Agriculture Agriculture negotiations Domestic support
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Score: 258737.55 - https://www.wto.org/english/tratop_e/agric_e/agboxes_e.htm
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W T/A C C /S PEC /LB R /1/R ev.1 - 5 - Supporting Table DS:3 DOMESTIC SUPPORT: LIBERIA REPORTING PERIOD: 2011 - 2014 Measures exempt from the reduction commitment - Direct Payments under Production-Limiting Programmes - "Exempt Direct Payments" Measure type Name and description of measure with reference to criteria in Article 6:5 of the Agreement on Agriculture Monetary value of measure in year in question (US$) Data sources 1 2 3 4 None W T/A C C /S PEC /LB R /1/R ev.1 - 6 - Supporting Table DS:4 DOMESTIC SUPPORT: LIBERIA REPORTING PERIOD: 2011 - 2014 Calculation of the Total Aggregate Measurement of Support Description of basic products Product-specific AMS Product-specific measurements of support Current Total AMS 1 2 3 4 None W T/A C C /S PEC /LB R /1/R ev.1 - 7 - Supporting Table DS:5 DOMESTIC SUPPORT: LIBERIA REPORTING PERIOD: 2011 - 2014 Product-Specific Aggregate Measurements of Support: Market Price Support Description of basic products Calendar/ marketing year Measure type(s) Applied administered price External reference price Eligible production Associated fees/levies Total market price support Data sources 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 ((4-5*6)-7) 9 None W T/A C C /S PEC /LB R /1/R ev.1 - 8 - Supporting Table DS:6 DOMESTIC SUPPORT: LIBERIA REPORTING PERIOD: 2011 - 2014 Product-Specific Aggregate Measurements of Support: Non-Exempt Direct Payments Description of basic product Calendar/ marketing year Measures type(s) Applied administered price External reference price Eligible production Total price- related direct payments Other non- exempt direct payments Associated fees/levies Total direct payments Data sources 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 ((4-5)*6) 8 9 10 (7+8-9) 11 None W T/A C C /S PEC /LB R /1/R ev.1 - 9 - Supporting Table DS:7 DOMESTIC SUPPORT: LIBERIA REPORTING PERIOD: 2011 - 2014 Product-Specific Aggregate Measurements of Support: Other Product-Specific Support and Total Product-Specific AMS Description of basic product Calendar/ marketing year Measures type(s) Other product- specific budgetary outlays Other product- specific support Associated fees/levies Total other product- specific support Market price support Non-exempt direct payments Total AMS Data sources 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 (4+5-6) 8 9 10 (7+8-9) 11 None W T/A C C /S PEC /LB R /1/R ev.1 - 10 - Supporting Table DS:8 DOMESTIC SUPPORT: LIBERIA REPORTING PERIOD: 2011 - 2014 Product-Specific Equivalent Measurements of Support Description of basic products Calendar/ marketing year Measure type(s) Applied administered price Production eligible to receive the applied administered price Market price support budgetary outlays Equivalent measurement of support Non- exempt direct payments Other product- specific support Associated fees Total monetary value of equivalent commitment Data sources 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 (7+8+9-10) 12 None W T/A C C /S PEC /LB R /1/R ev.1 - 11 - Supporting Table DS:9 DOMESTIC SUPPORT: LIBERIA REPORTING PERIOD: 2011 - 2014 Non-Product-Specific AMS Measure type(s) Calendar/marketing year Non-product-specific budgetary outlays Other non-product- specific support Associated fees/levies Total non-product specific support Data sources 1 2 3 4 5 6 (3+4-5) 7 None W T/A C C /S PEC /LB R /1/R ev.1 - 12 - Supporting Table ES:1 EXPORT SUBSIDIES: LIBERIA REPORTING PERIOD: 2011 - 2014 Export Subsidies: Outlay and Quantity Description of products Direct export subsidies Sales of stocks Producer financed subsidies Cost reduction measures Internal transport subsidies Total product specific export subsidies Quantity of subsidized exports Data source 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 None _______________ WT/ACC/SPEC/LBR/1/Rev.1 - 13 - ANNEX Explanatory Notes Domestic Support (Supporting Tables DS:1-9) The Republic of Liberia is a least developed country with an area of about 43,000 square miles which consists of mangrove swamps and beaches along the coast, wooded hills and semi-deciduous shrub lands lateralling the immediate interior, and dense tropical forests and plateaus in the interior. (...) Salaries and wages make up the significant component of the Government of Liberia's expenditure for domestic support. Technical support from donors is excluded from the figures quoted in the Supporting Tables. Export Subsidies (Supporting Table ES:1) The Republic of Liberia does not and has not provided any form of export subsidies. __________
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Score: 258727.61 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...p_e/agric_e/schedule_e/lbr.pdf
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Page 865 - 2015 Security in Telecommunications and Information Technology           Basic HTML Version Table of Contents View Full Version Page 865 - 2015 Security in Telecommunications and Information Technology P. 865 Unleashing the potential of the Internet of Things 6 Table of Contents Page 1 Scope ............................................................................................................................. 853 2 References ..................................................................................................................... 853 3 Definitions .................................................................................................................... 854 3.1 Terms defined elsewhere ................................................................................ 854 3.2 Terms defined in this Recommendation ......................................................... 854 4 Abbreviations and acronyms ........................................................................................ 854 5 Conventions .................................................................................................................. 855 6 Basis of IoT application support models ...................................................................... 855 6.1 Concepts and purpose of IoT application support models ............................. 855 6.2 Rationale for the selection of the IoT applications support models ............... 856 6.3 The three views of IoT application support models ....................................... 857 7 The configurable application support model ................................................................ 857 7.1 The description of the configurable application support model ..................... 857 7.2 The capabilities of the configurable application support model .................... 860 8 The adaptable application support model ..................................................................... 865 8.1 The description of the adaptable application support model .......................... 865 8.2 The capabilities of the adaptable application support model ......................... 867 9 The reliable application support model ........................................................................ 869 9.1 The description of the high reliable application support model ..................... 870 9.2 The capabilities of the reliable application support model ............................. 872 10 Security considerations ................................................................................................. 876 Annex A  The list of configurable capabilities for support of IoT applications .................... 877 Annex B  The list of adaptable capabilities for support of IoT applications ......................... 887 Annex C  The list of reliable capabilities for support of IoT applications ............................ 891 Appendix I  Use cases for the IoT applications support models from the smart home environment .................................................................................................................. 898 I.1 Use case 1: Configurable remote monitoring in a smart home ................................ 898 I.2 Use case 2: Adaptable home energy management ................................................... 899 I.3 Use case 3: Reliable health monitoring at home ...................................................... 900 Bibliography............................................................................................................................. 901 Rec.
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Regional Expert meeting on support services for persons with disabilities 6-7 September 2016 Addis Ababa- Ethiopia Concept Note 1. (...) Support also enables them to access education, health and employment on an equal basis with others. (...) In their efforts to fulfil their obligation to provide support to persons with disabilities, practice shows that States have adopted various support models and systems.
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Score: 258402.5 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...nSupport/Concept-note-EGM.docx
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This domestic support category captures policies, such as market price support measures, direct production subsidies or input subsidies. (...) The reduction commitments are expressed in terms of a “Total Aggregate Measurement of Support” (Total AMS) which includes all product-specific support and non-product-specific support in one single figure. (...) Aggregate Measurement of Support Price support measures have been the most important type of policy measure within the non-exempt category.
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Score: 258329.4 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...ic_e/ag_intro03_domestic_e.htm
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 Page 763 - Cloud computing: From paradigm to operation           Basic HTML Version Table of Contents View Full Version Page 763 - Cloud computing: From paradigm to operation P. 763 Video processing and storage 4 – USR-004: A VSCS system is required to support user's data uploading from a client device, including video files, pictures and video metadata. – USR-005: A VSCS system is required to support the user's view and downloading of stored data via a client device, including video files, pictures and video metadata. – USR-006: A VSCS system is recommended to support the video on demand and picture presentation for end users. – USR-007: A VSCS system is recommended to support information retrieval for end users. – USR-008: A VSCS system is recommended to support flexible storage space application for end users. – USR-009: A VSCS system is required to support the view of a user’s storage space status, including the storage space occupancy rate, the remaining storage space. 8.1.2 Cloud storage service provider requirements – USR-010: A VSCS system is required to support the provider's login and logout from the system conveniently. The provider’s name and password are required when logging into the system. – USR-011: A VSCS system is required to support the provider's view of the cloud storage system operating status from the beginning to then-present time, including the system storage space occupancy rate, the system’s remaining storage space, the storage space occupancy rate of individual users, the remaining storage space of individual users, etc. – USR-012: A VSCS system is required to support flexible storage space assignment for individual users. 8.2 Service requirements 8.2.1 Video storage service requirements – SER-001: A VSCS system is required to support directly writing video streams, from multiple PUs, through the network. – SER-002: A VSCS system is required to support video file uploading from multiple local video storage devices through the network, including NVRs, mobile video capturing devices, etc. – SER-003: A VSCS system is required to support video file deletion. – SER-004: A VSCS system is required to support video file browsing and searching; the searching conditions can be the source of video files, the capture time of video files, etc. – SER-005: A VSCS system is required to support video file downloading through the network. – SER-006: A VSCS system is required to support automatic video file overwriting when a user's storage space is full; the overwriting principle is that the oldest data is replaced first. – SER-007: A VSCS system is recommended to support video playback for end users according to the source of the video file and the capture time of the video file. Video playback operations include fast forward, slow forward, pause, and stop. 8.2.2 Picture storage service requirements – SER-008: A VSCS system is required to support direct writing of pictures, from multiple PUs, through the network. – SER-009: A VSCS system is required to support picture uploading from multiple local video storage devices through the network, including PCs, mobile picture capturing devices, etc. – SER-010: A VSCS system is required to support picture deletion. – SER-011: A VSCS system is required to support picture browsing and searching; the searching conditions can be the source of the pictures, the capture time of the pictures, etc. – SER-012: A VSCS system is required to support picture downloading through the network. 755     758     759     760     761     762     763     764     765     766     767     768          
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Score: 258329.35 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica.../files/basic-html/page763.html
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Mch can be considered as reference points between charging server and the service support and application support layer and with inclusion of the general management capabilities and general security capabilities. Mcc and Mcc' can be considered as the reference point between the service support and application support layer of different nodes. (...) It should also support notification of communication failure. – Various underlying network technologies support: The ITU-T M2M service layer is required to support underlying network technologies.
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Score: 258321.56 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ.../files/basic-html/page789.html
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International support measures for LDCs | LDC Portal - International Support Measures for Least Developed Countries Skip to main content Welcome to the United Nations Toggle navigation Language: عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español LDC Portal - International Support Measures for Least Developed Countries Search form A-Z Site Index Search Toggle navigation Home Trade-related support for LDCs Financial and technical cooperation Support for LDC participation in international forums Support for LDC graduation (Gradjet) Organizations LDC library LDC News and Events Events archive News archive About Home International support measures for LDCs International support measures for LDCs The least developed country (LDC) category was established by the United Nations General Assembly in 1971 as a result of the acknowledgment by the international community that special support measures were needed to assist the least developed among the developing countries. (...) This portal contains information on these international support measures, as well as relevant news and analysis. Trade-related international support for LDCs The international community has committed to supporting the goal of integrating the LDCs into the multilateral trading system and increasing their participation in world markets.
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Score: 176088.71 - https://www.un.org/ldcportal/c...national-support-measures-ldcs
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