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Microsoft Word - Chapter2.website.v2.en.doc DISCLAIMER - This document forms the basis of a new manual which will update the corresponding information in the existing ICAO Circular 303. (...) DISCLAIMER - This document forms the basis of a new manual which will update the corresponding information in the existing ICAO Circular 303. (...) DISCLAIMER - This document forms the basis of a new manual which will update the corresponding information in the existing ICAO Circular 303.
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Score: 1242078.7 - https://www.icao.int/environme...ons/Chapter2.website.v2.en.pdf
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H.323 - QSIG ITU Telecommunications Standardisation Sector AVC-1092 Study Group 15 Q.2&3/15 Rapporteur Meeting Boulder, 17-20 December 1996 Source: Siemens Title: Basis for Supplementary Services in H.323 Purpose: For discussion Contact: I. (...) This mechanism could typically be used as a forward compatibility mechanism. (...) Proposal For the specification of supplementary services in H.323, it is therefore proposed to take the related QSIG specifications as a basis and to replace the current references to DSS1 Recommendations within H.323 by appropriate references to ISO/IEC standards.
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Score: 1199103.6 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...993-1996/9612_Bou/AVC-1092.DOC
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The Scientific Basis for Implementation of an Ecosystem Approach to Fisheries Management. (...) First was providing sufficient evidence that the ecosystem factors and processes affected productivity of stocks and sustainability of fisheries strongly enough to warrant consideration in assessment and management decisions; then taking a few typically information rich stocks/fisheries and show feasible ways to include the factors and processes in an assessment and resultant advice; and finally developing strategies to apply the lessons from the data-rich case histories more generally for cases more typical in terms of data and knowledge. (...) Thus the two major challenges the science and management in the 2020s are developing the knowledge basis to take changing climate fully into account in management, and integration of the social sciences with the environmental sciences, to take the human outcomes of options into of account such that humanity is part of the ecosystem, not just a user of it.
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Score: 1176687.7 - https://www.un.org/depts/los/c...2/abstract/Rice%20Abstract.pdf
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A non- resident recipient of passive investment income will normally be taxed on a gross basis and no such return would be required. A non-resident realizing a gain will typically be required to file a return calculating the gain net of any allowable expenses and the tax payable. (...) Because investment income is typically taxed on a gross basis and deductions allowable in computing employment income are often immaterial, the amount withheld will normally approximate the actual tax liability of the non-resident. (...) The non- resident should be required to state the basis for reliance on the treaty, which will generally be residence as defined in the treaty, and the basis for reliance on the particular treaty article.
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Score: 1157947.6 - https://www.un.org/esa/ffd/wp-.../20130530_Paper4A_Campbell.pdf
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Topics Characteristics of Typical Earth Stations in Fixed Satellite Service (WRC-15) Akim Falou-Dine, Nick Sinanis 15.12.2016 World Radio Seminar 2016 What is it?  WRC-15 at its 8th Plenary meeting, when considering the issue of notification of typical earth stations in the fixed-satellite service in the Director’s Report (Document 4(Add.2) (Rev.1) § 3.2.3.8) concluded that further ITU-R studies were needed before any regulatory decision can be made  For the purposes of these studies, WRC-15 agreed to instruct the BR to publish a Circular letter containing a common format according to which administrations may wish to submit to the Bureau, on a voluntary basis, characteristics and number of typical earth stations deployed in their countries, to the extent available, for information purposes only. (...) lang=en&parent=R00-CR-CIR-0404 How to Submit 15.12.2016 World Radio Seminar 2016 3 Access to the Submission Tool 15.12.2016 World Radio Seminar 2016 4 TIES Account  Use your TIES account to access the DEMO site 15.12.2016 World Radio Seminar 2016 5 Create New Entries 15.12.2016 World Radio Seminar 2016 6 Identify frequency ranges 15.12.2016 World Radio Seminar 2016 7 List of Entries 15.12.2016 World Radio Seminar 2016 8 Summary  The Bureau has made available this tool to collect Typical ES in FSS data  Help the Bureau collect this data  This is not a Notification tool and has no regulatory value!
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Score: 1151170.7 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-R/s...S16space/TYPICAL%20ESinFSS.pdf
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WTO | Disputes - Dispute Settlement CBT - The process - Stages in a typical WTO dispute settlement case - Test 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 disputes dispute settlement system training module chapter 6 test DISPUTE SETTLEMENT SYSTEM TRAINING MODULE: CHAPTER 6 The process — Stages in a typical WTO dispute settlement case Click the + to open an item. 6.13 Test Questions A tree for site navigation will open here if you enable JavaScript in your browser. Navigate within this module Preface Introduction to the WTO dispute settlement system Historic development of the WTO dispute settlement system WTO Bodies involved in the dispute settlement process Legal basis for a dispute Possible object of a complaint — Jurisdiction of Panels and the Appellate Body The process — Stages in a typical WTO dispute settlement case Legal effect of panel and appellate body reports and DSB recommendations and rulings Dispute Settlement without recourse to Panels and the Appellate Body Participation in dispute settlement proceedings Legal issues arising in WTO dispute settlement proceedings Developing countries in WTO dispute settlement Evaluation of the WTO dispute settlement system: results to date Further information Annexes Table of Contents Help   You need scripting enabled on your machine to take the test...        
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Score: 1148934.1 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr..._settlement_cbt_e/c6quiz_e.htm
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The core language serves the following three purposes: a) as a generalized text-based test language; b) as a standardized interchange format of TTCN test suites between TTCN tools; c) as the semantic basis (and where relevant, the syntactical basis) for the various presentation formats. (...) Use and implementation of these presentation formats shall be done on the basis of the core language. This revision of the Recommendation contains amendments, clarifications, corrigenda and editorial corrections. (...) The core language serves the following three purposes: a) as a generalized text-based test language; b) as a standardized interchange format of TTCN test suites between TTCN tools; c) as the semantic basis (and where relevant, the syntactical basis) for the various presentation formats.
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Score: 1145734.8 - https://www.itu.int/t/aap/recdetails/10307
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WTO | Disputes - Dispute Settlement CBT - The process - Stages in a typical WTO dispute settlement case - Surveillance until final implementation - Page 1 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 disputes dispute settlement system training module surveillance until final implementation DISPUTE SETTLEMENT SYSTEM TRAINING MODULE: CHAPTER 6 The process — Stages in a typical WTO dispute settlement case Click the + to open an item. 6.11 Surveillance until final implementation A tree for site navigation will open here if you enable JavaScript in your browser. Navigate within this module Preface Introduction to the WTO dispute settlement system Historic development of the WTO dispute settlement system WTO Bodies involved in the dispute settlement process Legal basis for a dispute Possible object of a complaint — Jurisdiction of Panels and the Appellate Body The process — Stages in a typical WTO dispute settlement case Legal effect of panel and appellate body reports and DSB recommendations and rulings Dispute Settlement without recourse to Panels and the Appellate Body Participation in dispute settlement proceedings Legal issues arising in WTO dispute settlement proceedings Developing countries in WTO dispute settlement Evaluation of the WTO dispute settlement system: results to date Further information Annexes Table of Contents Help   The DSB ’s surveillance continues (even where compensation has been agreed or obligations have been suspended) as long as the recommendation to bring a measure into conformity with the covered agreements has not yet been implemented ( Article 22.8 of the DSU ).        
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Score: 1142025.8 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...settlement_cbt_e/c6s11p1_e.htm
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WTO | Disputes - Dispute Settlement CBT - The process - Stages in a typical WTO dispute settlement case - Non-implementation - Page 1 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 disputes dispute settlement system training module non-implementation DISPUTE SETTLEMENT SYSTEM TRAINING MODULE: CHAPTER 6 The process — Stages in a typical WTO dispute settlement case Click the + to open an item. 6.8 Non-implementation A tree for site navigation will open here if you enable JavaScript in your browser. Navigate within this module Preface Introduction to the WTO dispute settlement system Historic development of the WTO dispute settlement system WTO Bodies involved in the dispute settlement process Legal basis for a dispute Possible object of a complaint — Jurisdiction of Panels and the Appellate Body The process — Stages in a typical WTO dispute settlement case Legal effect of panel and appellate body reports and DSB recommendations and rulings Dispute Settlement without recourse to Panels and the Appellate Body Participation in dispute settlement proceedings Legal issues arising in WTO dispute settlement proceedings Developing countries in WTO dispute settlement Evaluation of the WTO dispute settlement system: results to date Further information Annexes Table of Contents Help   If the losing Member fails to bring its measure into conformity with its ( WTO ) obligations within the reasonable period of time, the prevailing complainant is entitled to resort to temporary measures, which can be either compensation or the suspension of WTO obligations, as discussed below.
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Score: 1135215.4 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr..._settlement_cbt_e/c6s8p1_e.htm
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Navigate within this module Preface Introduction to the WTO dispute settlement system Historic development of the WTO dispute settlement system WTO Bodies involved in the dispute settlement process Legal basis for a dispute Possible object of a complaint — Jurisdiction of Panels and the Appellate Body The process — Stages in a typical WTO dispute settlement case Legal effect of panel and appellate body reports and DSB recommendations and rulings Dispute Settlement without recourse to Panels and the Appellate Body Participation in dispute settlement proceedings Legal issues arising in WTO dispute settlement proceedings Developing countries in WTO dispute settlement Evaluation of the WTO dispute settlement system: results to date Further information Annexes Table of Contents Help   Providing security and predictability to the multilateral trading system A central objective of the (WTO) dispute settlement system is to provide security and predictability to the multilateral trading system ( Article 3.2 of the DSU ). Although international trade is understood in the WTO as the flow of goods and services between Members, such trade is typically not conducted by States, but rather by private economic operators. These market participants need stability and predictability in the government laws, rules and regulations applying to their commercial activity, especially when they conduct trade on the basis of long-term transactions. In light of this, the DSU aims to provide a fast, efficient, dependable and rule-oriented system to resolve disputes about the application of the provisions of the WTO Agreement .
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Score: 1123596.3 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr..._settlement_cbt_e/c1s3p1_e.htm
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