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Since the outbreak of the cri- sis up to March 2009, the total support is estimated at a stag- gering $20.8 trillion or 33.5 per cent of the estimated World Gross Product (WGP) for 2008. Th e vast majority of these re- sources comprise government guarantees of toxic assets held by the banking sectors in the United States, Europe and elsewhere. (...) Th e Japanese government has already lent $100 billion of its re- serves to increase the IMF’s lending capacity. Countries with vast amounts of reserves, such as China or some of the major oil ex- porters, could contribute similarly, though this likely will require making suffi cient progress towards governance reform of the IMF to make this politically more acceptable for these countries. (...) Surplus countries with vast amounts of reserves and sovereign wealth funds could similarly allocate some of its resources to regional development banks in order to expand their lending capacity.
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Score: 972020.6 - https://www.un.org/development...ads/sites/45/policybrief13.pdf
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Some of the new “IMT-2000” radio spectrum, identified in 1992, was auctioned in many countries in the late 1990’s for vast sums of money and many country-specific regulations controlled which IMT-2000 family option could be deployed in these new mobile frequency bands. (...) In fact the “evolutionary” members of the IMT-2000 family represent the vast majority of 3G users today and are likely to do so for a considerable period of time. (...) This is particularly unfortunate because IMT-SC is the “evolutionary” option for the vast installed GSM (2G) base and therefore will almost certainly become the dominant 3G component in the near future.
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Score: 971826.6 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/tech...entsIMT2000/What_really_3G.pdf
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World of Work Report 2008 World of Work Report 2008 - Global income inequality gap is vast and growing Despite strong economic growth that produced millions of new jobs since the early 1990s, income inequality grew dramatically in most regions of the world and is expected to increase due to the current global financial crisis, according to a new study published today by the research arm of the International Labour Organization. (...) What’s more, compared with earlier expansionary periods, workers obtained a smaller share of the fruits of economic growth as the share of wages in national income declined in the vast majority of countries for which data was available. (...) “This development comes after a long expansionary phase where income inequality was already on the rise in the majority of countries.” Among its other conclusions, the report says: - Employment growth has also occurred alongside a redistribution of income away from labour.
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Score: 971826.6 - https://www.ilo.org/rome/risor...WCMS_099406/lang--en/index.htm
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Some of the new “IMT-2000” radio spectrum, identified in 1992, was auctioned in many countries in the late 1990’s for vast sums of money and many country-specific regulations controlled which IMT-2000 family option could be deployed in these new mobile frequency bands. (...) In fact the “evolutionary” members of the IMT-2000 family represent the vast majority of 3G users today and are likely to do so for a considerable period of time. (...) This is particularly unfortunate because IMT-SC is the “evolutionary” option for the vast installed GSM (2G) base and therefore will almost certainly become the dominant 3G component in the near future.
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Score: 971826.6 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/tech...INTRODUCING/What_really_3G.pdf
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World of Work Report 2008 World of Work Report 2008 - Global income inequality gap is vast and growing Despite strong economic growth that produced millions of new jobs since the early 1990s, income inequality grew dramatically in most regions of the world and is expected to increase due to the current global financial crisis, according to a new study published today by the research arm of the International Labour Organization. (...) What’s more, compared with earlier expansionary periods, workers obtained a smaller share of the fruits of economic growth as the share of wages in national income declined in the vast majority of countries for which data was available. (...) “This development comes after a long expansionary phase where income inequality was already on the rise in the majority of countries.” Among its other conclusions, the report says: - Employment growth has also occurred alongside a redistribution of income away from labour.
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Score: 971826.6 - www.ilo.org/rome/risors...WCMS_099406/lang--en/index.htm
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As I look across the transportation sector today I see a vast potential for adaptation and green development. 2. (...) Industry has been very present and active at these symposia, and air transport leaders have made use of them to announce several concrete and ambitious plans for decarbonizing international aviation. 11. What started with major airline groups in 2020 has just recently evolved into an industry-wide Net- Zero 2050 commitment. 12. States too are answering this urgent call, with the vast majority having prepared and submitted specific ICAO Action Plans to reduce their national aviation emissions. 13.
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Score: 964560.2 - https://www.icao.int/secretari...rence.OSG.2021.10.15.small.pdf
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Although many attacks can be initiated locally, the vast majority of attacks today are conducted via communications networks. The fact that vast and increasing numbers of computers and network devices are connected to the Internet and operated from homes and workplaces by people with little training, awareness or knowledge of IT security greatly increases the ease and probability of remote, often indiscriminate, attacks.
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Score: 963809.2 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ.../files/basic-html/page153.html
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It is evident that the lack of progress on nuclear disarmament in particular is a source of growing frustration among the vast majority of UN Member States. Achievements in the area of nuclear disarmament and nuclear non-proliferation remain especially uneven. (...) The very existence of nuclear weapons means that humanity faces the peril of a nuclear catastrophe and all States have the shared responsibility to prevent the use of such weapons under any circumstances. Together with the vast majority of States, South Africa believes that the only guarantee against the threat posed by nuclear weapons is their total elimination and the legally-binding assurances that they will never be produced again. (...) In the end, the OEWG adopted its report by an overwhelming majority. Among other important recommendations, the report recommends to the General Assembly to convene a Conference in 2017 to commence negotiations on a Treaty prohibiting nuclear weapons.
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Score: 959916.9 - https://www.un.org/disarmament...2016/10/South-Africa-4-Oct.pdf
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Madam President, In today's world, guaranteeing the availability of the necessary infrastructure, health services and education for all is still a major challenge. The world order continues to deny the vast majority of the international community the opportunity to escape poverty and to utilize its ability and skills to achieve progress and prosperity There is need for enhanced cooperation in areas of relevance to humanity if we are to create an international community that will be able to offer all of its members a fair chance to a decent life. (...) The international community needs to support the call of the vast majority of its members for fair terms of trade, increased market access for products from the developing countries and for a more effective and supportive international financial architecture. Given the international state of affairs Suriname supports the implementation of the international global partnership for development. 1 The partnership for development can obtain guidance for its decisions from the many commitments adopted at the major United Nations conferences and summits in the economic, social and related fields, in particular from millennium development goals and those of the Monterey consensus.
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Score: 959916.9 - https://www.un.org/webcast/ga/61/pdfs/suriname-e.pdf
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Partnership – Office of the Secretary-General’s Envoy on Youth Partnership – Office of the Secretary-General’s Envoy on Youth Uniting for Youth Supporting Ethnic Cohesion and Social Well-being in Kosovo  From UN Volunteers Kosovo: A UNV-supported initiative in 2015 empowered young men and women from the Roma, Ashkali and Egyptian (RAE) community in Kosovo to start their own social entrepreneurship initiatives and advocate for community needs as “Changemakers”.    The vast majority of the Roma, Ashkali and Egyptian community in Kosovo lives in poverty or
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Score: 957530 - https://www.un.org/youthenvoy/tag/partnership/feed/
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