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Oprindelige folk har ret til at forny, bruge, udvikle og overdrage deres historie, sprog, mundtlige traditioner, filosofier, skriftsystemer og litteratur til fremtidige generationer og til at navngive og beholde deres egne navne på samfund, steder og personer. 2. (...) Oprindelige folk har ret til at fastlægge deres egen identitet eller medlemskab i overens­ stemmelse med deres skikke og traditioner. Dette forringer ikke enkeltpersoner tilhøren­ de oprindelige folks ret til at opnå statsborgerskab i den stat, hvor de bor. 24 2. (...) En sådan afgørelse skal i behørigt omfang tage høje for de berørte oprindelige folks skikke, traditioner, regler og juridiske systemer og internationale menneske rettigheder.
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Score: 711426.46 - https://www.un.org/esa/socdev/...fii/documents/DRIPS_danish.pdf
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ANNEX I WT/DS246/R Page E-2 WT/DS246/R Page E-1 ANNEX E List of Waivers for Preferences Country Type Decision of Expiry Document United States Trust territory of Pacific Islands 8 September 1948 No time-limit BISD II/9 United Kingdom Items traditionally admitted free of duty from countries of the Commonwealth 24 October 1953 No time-limit BISD 2S/20 United Kingdom Amendment – Items traditionally admitted free of duty from countries of the Commonwealth 5 March 1955 No time-limit BISD 3S/25 United Kingdom Special problems of dependent overseas territories of the United Kingdom, increase in margins of preferences etc. 5 March 1955 No time-limit BISD 3S/21 Australia Tariff preferences for less developed countries 28 March 1966 No time-limit BISD 14S/23 United States Caribbean Basic Recovery Act 15 February 1985 30 September 1995 Extended until 31 December 2005 BISD 31S/20 Canada CARIBCAN 26 November 1986 15 June 1998 Extended until 31 December 2006 L/6102, SR 42/4 United States Andean Trade Preference Act 19 May 1992 4 December 2001 L/6991 European Communities Fourth ACP-EEC Convention of Lomé 9 December 1994 BISD 41S/26 United States Caribbean Basin Economic Recovery Act Renewal of waiver 15 November 1995 31 December 2005 WT/L/104 Canada CARIBCAN - Extension of waiver pursuant to paragraph 2 of the Understanding in respect of waivers of obligations under GATT 1994 14 October 1996 31 December 2006 WT/L/185 European Communities Fourth ACP-EC Convention of Lomé - Extension of waiver pursuant to paragraph 2 of the Understanding in respect of waivers of obligations under GATT 1994 14 October 1996 29 February 2000 WT/L/186 France Trading Arrangements with Morocco - Extension of waiver pursuant to paragraph 2 of the Understanding in respect of waivers of obligations under GATT 1994 14 October 1996 31 December 1997 WT/L/250 United States ANDEAN Trade Preference Act – Extension of waiver pursuant to paragraph 2 of the Understanding in respect of waivers of obligations under GATT 1994 14 October 1996 4 December 2001 WT/L/184 United States Former Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands - Extension of waiver pursuant to paragraph 2 of the Understanding in respect of waivers of obligations under GATT 1994 14 October 1996 31 December 2006 WT/L/183 United States Imports of automotive products - Extension of Time-Limit 7, 8 and 13 November 1996 1 January 1998 WT/L/198 France French Trading Arrangements with Morocco 19 November 1996 No time-limit BISD 9S/39 France Trading Arrangements with Morocco - Extension of waiver 10 December 1997 31 December 1998 WT/L/187 France Trading Arrangements with Morocco - Extension of waiver 9 – 11 and 18 December 1998 31 December 1999 or upon entry into force of the Euro-Mediterranean Agreement, whichever is the earlier WT/L/294 Developing Countries Preferential Tariff Treatment For Least Developed Countries 15 June 1999 30 June 2009 WT/L/304 EC/France Trading arrangements with Morocco - Extension of waiver 17 July 2000 Extended Until the entry into force of the Euro-Mediterranean Agreement.
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Score: 708548.9 - https://www.wto.org/english/tratop_e/dispu_e/246r_f_e.doc
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246_f_e.doc WT/DS246/R Page E-1 ANNEX E List of Waivers for Preferences Country Type Decision of Expiry Document United States Trust territory of Pacific Islands 8 September 1948 No time -limit BISD II/9 United Kingdom Items traditionally admitted free of duty from countries of the Co mmonwealth 24 October 1953 No time -limit BISD 2S/20 United Kingdom Amendment – Items traditionally admitted free of duty from countries of the Commonwealth 5 March 1955 No time -limit BISD 3S/25 United Kingdom Special problems of dependent overseas territories of the United Kingdom, increase in margins of preferences etc. 5 March 1955 No time -limit BISD 3S/21 Australia Tariff preferences for less developed countries 28 March 1966 No time -limit BISD 14S/23 United States Caribbean Basic Recovery Act 15 February 1985 30 September 1995 Extended until 31 December 2005 BISD 31S/20 Canada CARIBCAN 26 November 1986 15 June 1998 Extended until 31 December 2006 L/6102, SR 42/4 United States Andean Trade Preference Act 19 May 1992 4 December 2001 L/6991 European Communities Fourth ACP-EEC Convention of Lomé 9 December 1994 BISD 41S/26 United States Caribbean Basin Economic Recovery Act Renewal of waiver 15 November 1995 31 December 2005 WT/L/104 Canada CARIBCAN - Extension of waiver pursuant to paragraph 2 of the Understanding in respect of waivers of obligations under GATT 1994 14 October 1996 31 December 2006 WT/L/185 European Communities Fourth ACP-EC Convention of Lomé - Extension of waiver pursuant to paragraph 2 of the Understanding in respect of waivers of obligations under GATT 1994 14 October 1996 29 February 2000 WT/L/186 France Trading Arrangements with Morocco - Extension of waiver pursuant to paragraph 2 of the Understanding in respect of waivers of obligations under GATT 1994 14 October 1996 31 December 1997 WT/L/250 WT/DS246/R Page E-2 Country Type Decision of Expiry Document United States ANDEAN Trade Preference Act – Extension of waiver pursuant to paragraph 2 of the Understanding in respect of waivers of obligations under GATT 1994 14 October 1996 4 December 2001 WT/L/184 United States Former Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands - Extension of waiver pursuant to paragraph 2 of the Understanding in respect of waivers of obligations under GATT 1994 14 October 1996 31 December 2006 WT/L/183 United States Imports of automotive products - Extension of Time -Limit 7, 8 and 13 November 1996 1 January 1998 WT/L/198 France French Trading Arrangements with Morocco 19 November 1996 No time -limit BISD 9S/39 France Trading Arrangements with Morocco - Extension of waiver 10 December 1997 31 December 1998 WT/L/187 France Trading Arrangements with Morocco - Extension of waiver 9 – 11 and 18 December 1998 31 December 1999 or upon entry into force of the Euro- Mediterranean Agreement, whichever is the earlier WT/L/294 Developing Countries Preferential Tariff Treatment For Least Developed Countries 15 June 1999 30 June 2009 WT/L/304 EC/France Trading arrangements with Morocco - Extension of waiver 17 July 2000 Extended Until the entry into force of the Euro-Mediterranean Agreement.
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Score: 708548.9 - https://www.wto.org/english/tratop_e/dispu_e/246r_f_e.pdf
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Al-though re-regulation is likely to be an exceptional measure, changes in expected market outcomes or even regulatory errors may justify such a measure.38 In the technology-converged ICT environment, in-formation technology firms not traditionally associated with the provision of telecommunications services or equipment are entering new lines of business that may result in vertical and horizontal integration. (...) This legal safety net is crucial for competi-tive Similarly, Google began as a search engine and Internet advertising firm, but has branched into an array of roles including mobile communications device manufacturer, applications provider, an energy company and poten-tially forces to take root, but implementing ex post regu-lation may represent a major challenge, particularly for developing countries that lack competition laws and regulations or are affected by weak institutional struc-tures. a TV white spaces database administrator (see This challenge may be compounded where eco-nomic systems have traditionally relied on strong state Box 3.4). intervention, resulting in entire sectors and most domi-nant Although regulatory authorities have more typically firms being state owned, controlled by the gov-ernment focused on the potential anticompetitive effects of ho-rizontal or afforded special protection by government policies.39 integration, vertical integration issues may be-come more prominent as technology convergence blurs the lines between markets.
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Score: 708548.9 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ...10/web/WebSearch/page0019.html
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Convergence creates real challenges for regulators, which have traditionally worked with strictly defined categories of services and applications. (...) Owing to technological developments the same network platform is being used to offer various services that traditionally required separate licenses. Similarly different network platforms are being used to offer similar services.
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Score: 708548.9 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/treg...tation_contributions/India.pdf
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They will gather information on the current status of indicator production in France, elaborate a review of the data being collected and compare the methodology sheets with the calculation methods traditionally used in France. They are also supposed to evaluate the usefulness and relevance of the methodology sheets. (...) The core of this group will be constituted by members of the interministerial group who traditionally attend the meetings on sustainable development organized by the Foreign Office.
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Score: 701542.7 - https://www.un.org/esa/dsd/dsd...d_natiacti_fran_firsrepo.shtml
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In Kashmir, saffron is traditionally cultivated in September by planting saffron corms after plough by hand dropping as a mixture of grades under traditional system for longer economic benefits. (...) Cultures, value systems and social organizations Saffron is part of the cultural heritage of the Region, according to the Kashmiri legends; saffron was brought to the region by two sufi ascetics, Khawja Masood wali. Saffron has traditionally been associated with the famous Kashmiri cuisine, its medicinal values and the rich cultural heritage of Kashmir.
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Score: 701542.7 - https://www.fao.org/giahs/giah...shmir/detailed-information/ar/
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Biodiversity and ecosystem functions Traditionally Indigenous communities and farmers of Chiloé cultivated native varieties of potatoes (800 to 1,000), cultivated before the agricultural modernization. (...) Cultures, value systems and social organizations As a cultural element, the production of potatoes has strong roots in the identity of Chiloé, traditionally known as “the Chilota culture of the potato”, which has been inherited generation after generation in spite of foreign influences.
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Score: 701542.7 - https://www.fao.org/giahs/giah...lture/detailed-information/en/
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In Kashmir, saffron is traditionally cultivated in September by planting saffron corms after plough by hand dropping as a mixture of grades under traditional system for longer economic benefits. (...) Cultures, value systems and social organizations Saffron is part of the cultural heritage of the Region, according to the Kashmiri legends; saffron was brought to the region by two sufi ascetics, Khawja Masood wali. Saffron has traditionally been associated with the famous Kashmiri cuisine, its medicinal values and the rich cultural heritage of Kashmir.
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Score: 701542.7 - https://www.fao.org/giahs/giah...shmir/detailed-information/en/
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Pubudu de Silva Country: Sri Lanka Public Health Midwives (PHMs) have been an important part of the primary healthcare system in Sri Lanka since early in the twentieth century. Traditionally these health workers focused only on midwifery, but now PHMs have evolved into a professional cadre, playing a role in preventive health covering many aspects other than midwifery. (...) Policy description Public Health Midwives (PHMs) have been an important part of the primary healthcare system in Sri Lanka since early in the twentieth century. Traditionally these health workers focused only on midwifery, but now PHMs have evolved into a professional cadre, playing a role in preventive health covering many aspects other than midwifery.
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Score: 701542.7 - https://www.who.int/workforcea...e/forum/2011/hrhawardscs28/en/
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