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TAXATION OF DERIVATIVES AND NEW FINANCIAL INSTRUMENTS
ST/SG/AC.8/1995/L.6 English Page 12 payment to A each quarter equal to one fourth of the product of 1,000u and any excess of the LIBOR for the quarter over 10 per cent; (c) Floor - same as a cap, except that the periodic payment is the notional principal amount times the excess of the fixed rate over the variable rate (e.g., 1,000u times the number of percentage points by which the LIBOR on the payment date is less than 5 per cent). A floor might be purchased by an investor who, for example, holds a 1,000u bond paying interest at the 90-day LIBOR and who is generally willing to bear the risk of interest rate fluctuation but wants to be protected against the possibility of the LIBOR falling below 5 per cent; (d) Collar - one party is simultaneously the recipient of the periodic payments under a cap and the payor of the periodic payments under a floor, or vice versa. 48. (...) For example, under a cap or a floor, one party usually makes a single fixed payment, and the other party assumes an obligation to make periodic payments.
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MINERALS AND FUEL PRICE RISKS IN SOUTHERN AFRICA, AND POSSIBILITIES FOR RISK MANAGEMENT : REPORT / BY THE UNCTAD SECRETARIAT
Forwards, futures, options, swaps and other commodity-linked derivatives can be used to reduce the uncertainty of future income streams (both to reduce the risk of earnings shortfalls and to prevent "Dutch disease" effects) and enhance financing capabilities. 6. (...) The gold producers, obliged to sell their product to the Reserve Bank, receive a floor price of about 950 Zimbabwe dollars an ounce; the Reserve Bank pays this price even when world market prices are below this level. (...) The mechanism for doing so is similar to that described above - e.g. in the case of a swap, the company would pay to the swap arranger an agreed fixed price for 1 million barrels of Brent every three months, and
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Score: 1246180.3 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...t?open&DS=UNCTAD/COM/69&Lang=E
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REPORT ON THE 2ND REGULAR SESSION 2000, 3-7 APRIL 2000, NEW YORK :#EXECUTIVE BOARD OF THE UNITED NATIONS DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME AND OF THE UNITED NATIONS POPULATION FUND
One delegation took the floor to express support for the three sessions, noting that it was not the number of sessions that was important, but rather the methods of work and functioning of the Executive Board that needed attention. (...) During the ensuing discussion, several delegations took the floor to welcome the Fund’s increased participation in SWAps and encouraged UNFPA to continue to strengthen its participation, particularly in the areas of reproductive health, population and development, and comprehensive advocacy for gender equality and equity and the empowerment of women. (...) During the discussion that followed numerous delegations took the floor to express appreciation for the Executive Director’s comprehensive introduction and for the well-structured, high-quality report on the MYFF.
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Score: 1244383.5 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc.../get?open&DS=DP/2000/20&Lang=E
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REPORT ON THE 2ND REGULAR SESSION, NEW YORK, 12-16 APRIL 1999 : EXECUTIVE BOARD OF THE UNITED NATIONS DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME AND OF THE UNITED NATIONS POPULATION FUND
One delegation took the floor to congratulate Mr. Dione on his work as Vice President. (...) The 10 delegations that took the floor acknowledged with appreciation the efforts undertaken by UNDG in presenting an update on the United Nations House programme. (...) Fully supportive of the rationale behind the establishment of the United Nations House, most delegations that took the floor offered suggestions to UNDG for implementing the United Nations House programme.
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Score: 1242996.7 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce.../get?open&DS=DP/1999/13&Lang=E
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Milestones January 2005 – Initiation of Safe Water and AIDS Project June 2006 – Registration of SWAP as an Non Governmental Organization October 2006 – SWAP won World Bank Development Marketplace Award January 2007 – SWAP established research wing supported by CDC, WHO, and private donors October 2007 – SWAP got USAID sub-award for 5 years through PSI 3. (...) SWAP was able to exceed the targets because of support from various donors and demand for participation from the community that is greater than SWAP’s capacity to respond. (...) The water will be sold to local communities as an income generating activity for SWAP. On the grounds of the water treatment plant, SWAP will build a model village in which SWAP interventions will be showcased.
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Score: 1241971.3 - https://www.un.org/waterforlif...egory_2_swap_narrative_eng.pdf
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Related Links Social Protection Floor Inter-Agency Website The Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) and ILO HLCP report CEB/2009/1 International Labour Organization (ILO) World Tourism Organization (UNWTO/OMT) Report of the World Bank on Social Protection and Labour (2000-2008) World Bank Social Projects on Social Protection ILO, UN DESA, IFAD, FAO launch joint initiatives to “unleash rural development through employment and decent work” UNICEF Social Protection Framework ILO Social Protection Floor UN Decades on Poverty First United Nations Decade for the Eradication of Poverty 1997-2006  Second United Nations Decade for the Eradication of Poverty 2008-2017 Third United Nations Decade for the Eradication of Poverty 2018-2027  SWAP Poverty A system-wide plan of action for the Third United Nations Decade for the Eradication of Poverty (2018–2027) Social Development Issues Ageing Civil Society Cooperatives Disability Employment Family Indigenous Peoples Inequality Poverty Social Inclusion Sport for Development and Peace Youth More Issues Resources Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) Capacity Development and Partnerships Expert Group Meetings & Panel Discussions International Days International Years Newsletters Opportunities within the UN More Resources Social Media DISD e-Brochure Facebook Instagram Twitter YouTube More DISD Social Media Multimedia Multimedia Library News UN News Centre UN DESA Voice ECOSOC News UNSDN News     Follow Us United Nations Copyright Fraud Alert Privacy Notice Site Index Terms of Use
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Score: 1239468.2 - https://www.un.org/development...he-eradication-of-poverty.html
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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: 1239468.2 - https://www.who.int/westernpac...icable-diseases-in-the-pacific
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SWAps originally arose in the 1990s to enhance aid effectiveness, but it remains clear that national governments must be firmly in the lead to promote and implement SWAps. (...) SWAps and National Agricultural Investment Plans (NAIPs) SWAps have existed since the mid-1990s. (...) The NAIP is a sector-wide instrument and can be seen as a SWAp. In some countries it is replacing SWAps. There is a discussion around the question whether or not a NAIP is a SWAp, but it is important to not get lost in semantics.
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Score: 1236688.9 - https://www.fao.org/investment...orm/themes-and-tasks/swaps/ar/
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SWAps originally arose in the 1990s to enhance aid effectiveness, but it remains clear that national governments must be firmly in the lead to promote and implement SWAps. (...) SWAps and National Agricultural Investment Plans (NAIPs) SWAps have existed since the mid-1990s. (...) The NAIP is a sector-wide instrument and can be seen as a SWAp. In some countries it is replacing SWAps. There is a discussion around the question whether or not a NAIP is a SWAp, but it is important to not get lost in semantics.
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Score: 1236688.9 - https://www.fao.org/investment...orm/themes-and-tasks/swaps/en/
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SWAps originally arose in the 1990s to enhance aid effectiveness, but it remains clear that national governments must be firmly in the lead to promote and implement SWAps. (...) SWAps and National Agricultural Investment Plans (NAIPs) SWAps have existed since the mid-1990s. (...) The NAIP is a sector-wide instrument and can be seen as a SWAp. In some countries it is replacing SWAps. There is a discussion around the question whether or not a NAIP is a SWAp, but it is important to not get lost in semantics.
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Score: 1236688.9 - https://www.fao.org/investment...orm/themes-and-tasks/swaps/ru/
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