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In smaller operations, information collected by the monitoring system might be processed and analysed by hand or using simple computerized spreadsheets, while larger companies may require specialized software. Reducing expenses Reducing expenses One way of responding to a lack of adequate finance and to increase profitability is to reduce expenses. (...) All enterprises require a certain level of liquidity to ensure sufficient cash flow to meet operational and other expenses. But this is often a major challenge for forest enterprises because a relatively large proportion of capital is typically fixed in land, forests and machinery, and receipts from product sales may not occur when operational expenses are at their peak. (...) Another approach to improving cash flow is to replace a portion of fixed costs (expenses that occur independently of what is produced, such as loan repayments on a machine) with variable costs (expenses directly related to actual production).
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Score: 995517.1 - https://www.fao.org/sustainabl...rest-finance/in-more-depth/en/
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Assume that the incremental marketing expenses are not reimbursed by the foreign brand owner. (...) The arm’s length consideration of Company P would typically be an administrative fee and should be less than the aggregated cost savings of the MNE group. (...) Contractual payment terms (for example, licensing terms) may establish how receipts and expenses of the MNE are allocated, and the form and amount of payments.
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Score: 995450.9 - https://www.un.org/esa/ffd/wp-...angibles_20161127_v7_clean.pdf
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In two upper-middle-income countries examined (Mexico and Samoa), people who are moderately food insecure consume more foods that are typically cheaper on a per-calorie basis (cereals, roots, tubers and plantains), and consume lesser amounts of expensive foods (meat and dairy), compared with those who are food secure.
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Score: 993960.7 - https://www.unicef.org/eswatin...orts/state-food-security-world
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USE OF CENSUSES TO MONITOR THE MDGS—THE UGANDA CASE A typical population census is a good source of data for some of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). (...) Population censuses are very expensive exercises, and are undertaken once every 10 years (for most of the countries). (...) Capacity and resource g) Funding: Census undertaking is an expensive exercise, there is need to ensure sustainable funding for production of statistics to inform the SDGs.
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Score: 988013.1 - https://www.un.org/development...01510_egm-s2_andrew_mukulu.pdf
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We believe the cause lies in typical router heuristics in forwarding packets as a group when the network is busy and as the routers clear their backlogged buffers; but we have no confirmation. (...) Non-predictive, non-vocoding implementations are also quite possible that deal well with burstiness, though typically they have more delay because they use FEC techniques internally within the codec or packetizer.) (...) The primary issue, if any here, is that the audio coders typically used in H.323 are not adequately resilient to error.
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Score: 987434.6 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...e/1997-2000/9706_Her/TD-06.DOC
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Refrigerant leakage is often resolved by frequent refrigerant recharge or top- up, which fails to repair the leakage and is a typical example of poor servicing practice. Crusade for the climate The Montreal Protocol on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer is an international environmental treaty which protects the ozone layer by phasing out the production and consumption of ozone depleting substances. (...) Because inefficient equipment and breakdowns are expensive, potentially dangerous, and damaging to the environment For more information contact: environment@unido.org DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENT In order to minimize the emission of ozone depleting substances, the reuse of refrigerants by technicians is strongly encouraged after appropriate recovery and purification. (...) Also, the existing reclamation centers, typically located at large service companies, training, educational or governmental institutions, are not used to their full potential, due to the lack of predefined business modalities.
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Score: 986476.6 - https://www.unido.org/sites/de...ing_Refrigeration_170203_0.pdf
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Refrigerant leakage is often resolved by frequent refrigerant recharge or top- up, which fails to repair the leakage and is a typical example of poor servicing practice. Crusade for the climate The Montreal Protocol on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer is an international environmental treaty which protects the ozone layer by phasing out the production and consumption of ozone depleting substances. (...) Because inefficient equipment and breakdowns are expensive, potentially dangerous, and damaging to the environment For more information contact: environment@unido.org DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENT In order to minimize the emission of ozone depleting substances, the reuse of refrigerants by technicians is strongly encouraged after appropriate recovery and purification. (...) Also, the existing reclamation centers, typically located at large service companies, training, educational or governmental institutions, are not used to their full potential, due to the lack of predefined business modalities.
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Score: 986476.6 - https://www.unido.org/sites/de...ps_Save_the_Planet_EN_2016.pdf
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(too shallow/too deep) Answer: Feasible but has to be determined case by case Q: What are the typical problems with that? A: The way how you de-gas the reservoir. (...) A: As pointed out there is not one typical coal mine, many are unique to a region and even differ within a region depending upon the rank of the coal, for example. (...) Then because of inaction we have to wait for accidents to happen, in order to get an enforcement from the Governments? That will be expensive! Enforcement is a must, we cannot rely on goodwill to increase safety.
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Score: 986376.5 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul...%20excerpts%20%28edited%29.pdf
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Garment manufacturers face a wide range of costs that typically can be separated into three main categories: Materials cost: Depending on the sourcing model, e.g. fee on board/full package (FOB) or cut-make-trim (CMT), factories may cover the costs for materials used in production. (...) For factories that purchase their own fabric, material costs typically make-up approximately two-thirds of total costs while labour and overhead costs account for one-sixth each, as shown below. (...) Materials (67.7%) Overhead (16.7%) Labour (16.7%) Cost breakdown of a typical FOB model factory Supplies (10%) Overhead (30%) Labour (60%) Cost breakdown of a typical CMT model factory 4 01 Review your costs Develop a clear, detailed picture of spending 02 Focus on the low-hanging fruits Identify costs you can easily and immediately reduce 03 Eliminate what does not add value Cut back on the non-essentials 04 Reduce material costs Look for savings on materials and fabric 05 Rationalize and reinvent your inventory Keep it at a minimum and look for alternatives to storage 06 Seek ways to cut overhead costs Reduce monthly expenses and negotiate fixed costs such as rent 07 Mitigate impact on workers Consider all alternatives to lay-offs and keep employees informed 08 Support each other Work together with other factories, associations and industry Building resilience during and after the COVID-19 pandemic 1.
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Score: 985040 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...ts/publication/wcms_748065.pdf
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Most households transfer money several times a year, with the result that households typically transfer about $1,000 to $1,400 per year. (...) I use it because they are everywhere. It is very expensive, but if there is an emergency at home I have no other choice.” (...) In consequence, respondents typically send larger amounts, in the range of $200 per transfer (median amount).
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Score: 981770.3 - https://www.un.org/en/developm...pdf/expert/10/P01_ASimmons.pdf
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