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Issues > negotiations launched at Doha > agriculture > cotton > NAMA negotiations > services negotiations > trade facilitation negotiations > dispute settlement > environment negotiations > intellectual property > rules negotiations > regional agreements > small economies > special and differential treatment > implementation > integrated framework > aid for trade The work programme back to top Negotiations launched at Doha   Conclude negotiations successfully in 2006. ( paragraph 1 )      back to top Agriculture negotiations    Establish modalities no later than 30 April 2006. ( paragraph 10 ) Complete disciplines on export credits, export credit guarantees or insurance programmes, exporting state trading enterprises and food aid by 30 April 2006 as part of modalities. ( paragraph 6 ) Date (2013) for elimination of all forms of export subsidies, together with agreed progressivity and parallelism, to be confirmed only upon completion of modalities. ( paragraph 6 ) Submit comprehensive draft Schedules based on modalities no later than 31 July 2006. ( paragraph 10 )      back to top Cotton    All forms of export subsidies for cotton to be eliminated by developed countries in 2006. ( paragraph 11 ) Director-General to furnish updates on development assistance aspects, at appropriate intervals, to General Council. ( paragraph 12 )      back to top Non-agricultural market access negotiations    Establish modalities no later than 30 April 2006. ( paragraph 23 ) Submit comprehensive draft Schedules based on modalities no later than 31 July 2006. ( paragraph 23 )      back to top Services negotiations    Any outstanding initial offers shall be submitted as soon as possible. ( Annex C, paragraph 11(a) ) Submission of plurilateral requests by Groups of Members by 28 February 2006 or as soon as possible thereafter. ( Annex C, paragraph 11(b) ) Members to strive to complete requirements in 9(a) (develop appropriate mechanisms for according special priority including to sectors and modes of supply of interest to LDCs) before (31 July 2006). ( Annex C, paragraph 11(e) ) Second round of revised offers to be submitted by 31 July 2006. ( Annex C, paragraph 11(c) ) Final draft schedules of commitments shall be submitted by 31 October 2006. ( Annex C, paragraph 11(d) )      back to top Trade facilitation negotiations    Members to be mindful of overall deadline for finishing negotiations and resulting need to move into focussed drafting mode early enough after Sixth Ministerial Conference in Hong Kong so as to allow for timely conclusion of text-based negotiations on all aspects of mandate. ( Annex E, paragraph 4 )      back to top DSU negotiations    Special Session to continue to work towards rapid conclusion of negotiations. ( paragraph 34 )      back to top Environment negotiations    Members to intensify the negotiations, without prejudging their outcome, on all parts of paragraph 31 to fulfil the mandate. ( paragraph 30 ) Members to complete work expeditiously under paragraph 31 (iii). ( paragraph 32 )      back to top TRIPS negotiations    Intensify negotiations in order to complete them within the overall time-frame for the conclusion of the negotiations (in 2006). ( paragraph 29 )      back to top Rules negotiations    Antidumping, subsidies and countervailing measures, including fisheries subsidies Participants promptly to undertake further detailed work on disciplines on subsidies in fisheries sector. ( Annex D, section I, paragraph 9 ) Group to complete process of analysing proposals by participants as soon as possible. ( Annex D, section I, paragraph 10, AD/SCM ) Chairman to prepare, early enough to assure timely outcome within context of 2006 end date for DDA, consolidated texts of Anti Dumping and Subsidies and Countervailing Measures agreements that shall be the basis for final stage of negotiations. ( Annex D, section I, paragraph 11 ) back to top     Regional trade agreements    Negotiating group to intensify efforts to resolve outstanding issues, with a view to provisional decision on regional trade agreements transparency by 30 April 2006. ( Annex D, section II, paragraph 2 ) Negotiating group to intensify negotiations, based on text proposals as soon as possible, so as to arrive at appropriate outcomes by end 2006. ( Annex D, section II, paragraph 3 )      back to top Small economies    Committee on Trade and Development to continue work in Dedicated Session and to monitor progress of small economies’ proposals in negotiating and other bodies, with aim of providing responses to trade-related issues of small economies as soon as possible but no later than 31 December 2006. ( paragraph 41 )      back to top S&D    Members to notify implementation of schemes adopted under decision every year to Committee on Trade and Development. ( Annex F – 36, Decision on Measures in Favour of Least-Developed Countries ) CTD to conduct a review on an annual basis of all steps taken by Members to provide duty-free and quota free market access for all products originating from Least-Developed Countries. ( Annex F – 36, Decision on Measures in Favour of Least-Developed Countries ) Committee on Trade and Development in Special Session to expeditiously complete review of all outstanding Agreement-specific proposals and report to General Council, with clear recommendations for decision, by December 2006. ( paragraph 36 ) WTO bodies and negotiating groups to which Category II proposals referred to expeditiously complete consideration of proposals and report periodically to General Council, with objective of ensuring that clear recommendations for decision are made no later than December 2006. ( paragraph 37 ) Special Session to report on all other outstanding issues on regular basis to General Council. ( paragraph 38 )      back to top Implementation    Director-General to report to each regular meeting of Trade Negotiation Committee and General Council; Council to review progress and take any appropriate action no later than 31 July 2006. ( paragraph 39 )      back to top Integrated Framework    Task Force to provide recommendations to Integrated Framework Steering Committee (IFSC) by April 2006. ( paragraph 49 ) Enhanced Integrated Framework to enter into force no later than 31 December 2006. ( paragraph 49 )      back to top Aid for Trade    Director-General to create Task Force; Task Force to provide recommendations to General Council by July 2006. ( paragraph 57 ) DG to hold consultations and report to General Council on appropriate mechanisms to increase financial resources for Aid for Trade. ( paragraph 57 )    
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Score: 536117.87 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr.../dda_e/dohatimelines2006_e.htm
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When PEPFAR was launched, fewer than 50,000 people in all of sub-Saharan Africa had access to treatment. (...) In all, more than 1.7 million Americans have become infected with HIV; more than 600,000 have died of AIDS; and more than 50,000 people become infected with HIV each year. (...) President, we must do more than maintain the gains we have made. We must expand on them.
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Score: 535991.2 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/aidsmeeting2011/pdf/usa.pdf
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Dairy production and products: Social and gender issues FAO.org العربية english français Español Gateway to dairy production and products Production Processing Products Socio-economics Resources Events The dairy chain Institutions Markets and trade Economics Social and gender issues Smallholders in the value chain Dairy development Social and gender issues It is estimated that more than 750 million people around the world are engaged in milk production. The dairy sector provides more employment per unit of milk production in developing than in developed countries. This is mainly because developed countries have more technology-intensive and less labour-intensive production systems. (...) In many developing countries, dairying provides higher returns to small-scale farmers than crops, and generates more employment opportunities than other food value chains.
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Score: 535833 - https://www.fao.org/dairy-prod...s/social-and-gender-issues/ar/
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Dairy production and products: Social and gender issues FAO.org english français Español Gateway to dairy production and products Production Processing Products Socio-economics Resources Events The dairy chain Institutions Markets and trade Economics Social and gender issues Smallholders in the value chain Dairy development Social and gender issues It is estimated that more than 750 million people around the world are engaged in milk production. The dairy sector provides more employment per unit of milk production in developing than in developed countries. This is mainly because developed countries have more technology-intensive and less labour-intensive production systems. (...) In many developing countries, dairying provides higher returns to small-scale farmers than crops, and generates more employment opportunities than other food value chains.
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Score: 535833 - https://www.fao.org/dairy-prod...s/social-and-gender-issues/en/
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Dairy production and products: Social and gender issues FAO.org english français Русский Español Gateway to dairy production and products Production Processing Products Socio-economics Resources Events The dairy chain Institutions Markets and trade Economics Social and gender issues Smallholders in the value chain Dairy development Social and gender issues It is estimated that more than 750 million people around the world are engaged in milk production. The dairy sector provides more employment per unit of milk production in developing than in developed countries. This is mainly because developed countries have more technology-intensive and less labour-intensive production systems. (...) In many developing countries, dairying provides higher returns to small-scale farmers than crops, and generates more employment opportunities than other food value chains.
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Score: 535833 - https://www.fao.org/dairy-prod...s/social-and-gender-issues/ru/
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GENERAL AGREEMENT ON TARIFFS AND TRADE RESTRICTED TAR/22 18 September 1981 Limited Distribution Committee on Tariff Concessions Original: English RECTIFICATIONS AND MODIFICATIONS OF SCHEDULES ANNEXED TO THE PROTOCOL SUPPLEMENTARY TO THE GENEVA (1979) PROTOCOL Schedule I - Australia 1. (...) The items are as follows: TARIFF ITEM DESCRIPTION BASE RATE CONCESSION 1/1/1973 RATE ex 04.04.900 Cheese and curd other than cheese having the eye formation characteristic of the Swiss or Emmenthaler type or cheese of the Gruyere or Emmenthaler processed type in packs not exceeding 284 grams and not including cheddar, fetta, kasseri - fancy cheeses (a) - edam and gouda - other varieties $0. 12 8/kg $0. 128/kg $0. 12 8/kg Free $0.096/kg for not less than 1000 tonnes $0.096/kg for not less than 2500 tonnes TAR/22 Page 3 TARIFF ITEM DESCRIPTION BASE RATE CONCESSION 1/1/1973 RATE ex 16.02.900 18.06.000 19.05.000 21.02.110 21.07. 991 33. 06. 900 34.01.000 Prepared or preserved meat or meat offal other than sausages and the like or brawns, jellies pastes and the like - not being frozen cooked turkey roll or canned poultry Chocolate and other food preparations (including sugar confectionery) containing cocoa Puffed rice, corn flakes and similar prepared foods obtained by the swelling or roasting of cereals or cereal products Extracts, essences or concen- trates of coffee and prep- arations with a basis of such an extract, essence or concentrate Hop shoots, protein concen- trates textured vegetable protein (including fabricated meat) Perfumery, cosmetics and toilet preparations other than joss sticks or aqueous distillates and aqueous solutions of essential oils Soap; organic surface-active products and preparations for use as soap in the form of bars, cakes or moulded pieces or shapes, whether or not combined with soap .10% and $0.11/ kg 57.5% 40% $0.88/kg 40% mainly 45% 22.5% O.I.H.* $0. 11/kg 7.5% and $0.08/kg 30% 12% $0.66/kg 30% 30% 12% TAR/22 Page 4 TARIFF DESCRIPTION BASE RATE CONCESSION 1/1/1973 RATE 69. 07. 900 69. 08. 900 84. 9. 200 84. 26. 000 Unglazed setts, flags and paving, hearth and wall tiles other than those having a surface area of less than 5000 sq mm. or having a thickness of more than 12 mm. Glazed setts, flags and paving, hearth and wall tiles other than those having a surface area of less than 5000 sq.mm. or having a thickness of more than 12 mm.
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Score: 535549.85 - https://www.wto.org/gatt_docs/English/SULPDF/91030042.pdf
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Compare the hazards. In addition to the general guidance, the following question may need to be addressed: Are there important groups of soil organisms present in the local situation (e.g. essential for degradation of organic matter, or representing a large fraction of soil biomass) which are known to be more sensitive to this pesticide (or pesticides in general) than the organisms included in the reference risk assessment. (...) Also, pesticides applied directly to the soil (sprayed or incorporated) tend to result in higher exposure of soil organisms than products sprayed at the same application rate to a dense crop. Furthermore, pesticides applied in row treatments tend to contaminate a smaller surface of the soil than products applied as full cover treatments. And for seed treatments, a closer sowing spacing will generally result in a higher exposure level of soil organisms.
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Score: 535412.94 - https://www.fao.org/pesticide-...ds/method-detail/es/c/1300676/
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The rate of increase in entrepreneurial activities is currently higher for women than for men in Italy, with women owning 25% of companies. (...) The study shows that women have less time than men to attend to their enterprises due to workload at the home and inside the family, resulting in a general trend of women-run companies being smaller and less profitable than men’s. (...) Women in Poland generally have more education than men but receive on average 18% less wages than men and 50% of women older than 15 years old are economically inactive.
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Score: 535388.77 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DAM/press/pr2002/02stat08e.htm
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Compare the hazards. In addition to the general guidance, the following question may need to be addressed: Are there important groups of soil organisms present in the local situation (e.g. essential for degradation of organic matter, or representing a large fraction of soil biomass) which are known to be more sensitive to this pesticide (or pesticides in general) than the organisms included in the reference risk assessment. (...) Also, pesticides applied directly to the soil (sprayed or incorporated) tend to result in higher exposure of soil organisms than products sprayed at the same application rate to a dense crop. Furthermore, pesticides applied in row treatments tend to contaminate a smaller surface of the soil than products applied as full cover treatments. And for seed treatments, a closer sowing spacing will generally result in a higher exposure level of soil organisms.
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Score: 534474.4 - https://www.fao.org/pesticide-...ds/method-detail/fr/c/1300676/
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They showed a surprising increase for the first half of 2016, rising in June 2016 to nearly 407 ppm, 4 ppm greater than June 2015. “This underlines more starkly than ever the need to approve and implement the Paris Agreement on climate change, and to speed up the shift to low carbon economies and renewable energy,” said Mr. (...) South China entered the flood season on 21 March, 16 days earlier than normal and more than 150 counties were record wet, according to the China Meteorological Administration. More than 300 rivers crossed the water level warning mark.
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Score: 533929.1 - https://news.un.org/en/story/2...nge-trends-reach-new-climax-un
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