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Some countries, such as El Salvador, Benin, Mozambique and Vietnam, could provide the floor for as little as 1 to 2 percent of GDP, it adds. (...) “Social protection floors are necessary, feasible and effective”, ILO Director-General Juan Somavia said. (...) Among possible measures to finance the floor, a background paper cited debt cancellation, revenues from natural resources, improved tax collection in developing countries, as well as a financial and currency transaction tax, debt swap mechanisms, solidarity levies on airline tickets, and steps to facilitate remittances.
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Score: 1384561.1 - https://news.un.org/en/story/2011/10/393212
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President, I would like to thank you for giving me the floor and also to thank our panelists and other participants for the rich discussions we have had today. (...) Where this is not possible, debt swaps for sustainable development should be considered as minimum alternative to cushion the effects of debt servicing and free resources for development.
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Score: 1381869.5 - https://www.un.org/en/ecosoc/meetings/2005/bwi2005/plolo.pdf
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In Pohnpei, for example, the Kolonia dispensary is turning its top floor into an aerobic exercise centre. And while patients and staff move to the music on the top floor, patients in another room swap stories and share their concerns about managing their medication.
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Score: 1376378.7 - https://www.who.int/wallisandf...icable-diseases-in-the-pacific
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In Pohnpei, for example, the Kolonia dispensary is turning its top floor into an aerobic exercise centre. And while patients and staff move to the music on the top floor, patients in another room swap stories and share their concerns about managing their medication.
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Score: 1357555.4 - https://www.who.int/niue/news/...icable-diseases-in-the-pacific
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TERMINOLOGY ON COMBINED TRANSPORT : NOTE
Transport units 7-8 3.0 Articulated vehicle 3.1 Road train 3.3 Semi-trailer 3.2 Trailer 3.4 Pocket wagon 3.5 “Basket” wagon 3.6 “Spine” wagon 3.7 Low floor wagon 3.8 Rolling-road wagon 3.9 Double stack wagon 3.10 Bimodal semi-trailer (rail-road) 3.11 Panamax 3.12 Overpanamax TRANS/WP.24/2000/1 page 3 Page IV. (...) TRANS/WP.24/2000/1 page 8 3.4 POCKET WAGON: A rail wagon with a recessed pocket to accept the road wheels of a semi-trailer. 3.5 “BASKET” WAGON: A rail wagon with a demountable subframe, fitted with devices for vertical handling, to allow the loading and unloading of semi-trailers or road vehicles, not exceeding 12 m long. 3.6 “SPINE” WAGON: A rail wagon with a central chassis designed to carry a semi-trailer. 3.7 LOW FLOOR WAGON: A rail wagon with a low loading platform specially built to carry Intermodal Transport Units (ITU) 3.8 ROLLING-ROAD WAGON: A rail wagon with low floor throughout which, when coupled together, form a rolling-road (cf. 1.4 and 1.7). 3.9 DOUBLE STACK WAGON: A rail wagon designed for the transport of containers stacked on top of each other. 3.10 BIMODAL SEMI -TRAILER (RAIL -ROAD): A road semi-trailer capable of being converted into a rail wagon by the addition of rail bogies. 3.11 PANAMAX: Ship with dimensions that allow it to pass through the Panama canal: maximum length 295 m, maximum beam overall 32.25 m, maximum draught 13.50 m. 3.12 OVERPANAMAX: Ship with at least one dimension greater than Panamax. (...) TRANS/WP.24/2000/1 page 10 4.9 SWAP BODY: A freight carrying unit optimised to road vehicle dimensions and fitted with handling devices for transfer between modes, usually road/rail.
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Score: 1348185.5 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...n&DS=TRANS/WP.24/2000/1&Lang=E
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In Pohnpei, for example, the Kolonia dispensary is turning its top floor into an aerobic exercise centre. And while patients and staff move to the music on the top floor, patients in another room swap stories and share their concerns about managing their medication.
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Score: 1339263.5 - https://www.who.int/solomonisl...icable-diseases-in-the-pacific
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In Pohnpei, for example, the Kolonia dispensary is turning its top floor into an aerobic exercise centre. And while patients and staff move to the music on the top floor, patients in another room swap stories and share their concerns about managing their medication.
Language:English
Score: 1339263.5 - https://www.who.int/kiribati/n...icable-diseases-in-the-pacific
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In Pohnpei, for example, the Kolonia dispensary is turning its top floor into an aerobic exercise centre. And while patients and staff move to the music on the top floor, patients in another room swap stories and share their concerns about managing their medication.
Language:English
Score: 1339263.5 - https://www.who.int/nauru/news...icable-diseases-in-the-pacific
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In Pohnpei, for example, the Kolonia dispensary is turning its top floor into an aerobic exercise centre. And while patients and staff move to the music on the top floor, patients in another room swap stories and share their concerns about managing their medication.
Language:English
Score: 1339263.5 - https://www.who.int/palau/news...icable-diseases-in-the-pacific
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In Pohnpei, for example, the Kolonia dispensary is turning its top floor into an aerobic exercise centre. And while patients and staff move to the music on the top floor, patients in another room swap stories and share their concerns about managing their medication.
Language:English
Score: 1339263.5 - https://www.who.int/americansa...icable-diseases-in-the-pacific
Data Source: un