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HOW TO COMMUNICATE STATISTICS : INVITED PAPER / SUBMITTED BY FEDERAL STATISTICAL OFFICE (DESTATIS), GERMANY
This is followed by a description of the change in Destatis’s marketing policy, a change brought about by the possibility of using the web to provide a large volume of statistical information free of charge. (...) CES/2004/16 page 4 Visualisation, animation and interactivity on the web 15. It is interesting that people often stress the weakness of online media. (...) One might think that the more statistics are made available on the web, the fewer the requests of customers that reach the statistical offices.
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Score: 820072.6 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...get?open&DS=CES/2004/16&Lang=E
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He has been responsible for providing business analysis design lead and project management in a number of IT projects at various stages in his career with UNHCR; particularly, he has ongoing experience with ProGres V4 software development project, performing a Business Analyst role for the last two years; in parallel, since 2011, he took part in another software development project dubbed ProGres Lite; in late 1997, he was tasked with analyzing the UNHCR return strategy in Bosnia and turning it into the return process management system; he has been involved in several software development projects for the former Field Software Development Unit; outside UNHCR, he lead the establishment of an IT company offering web design, hosting and administration, be-spoke software development and other IT services on a local market. (...) UNDT/2014/104 Page 13 of 15 UNHCR, leading the establishment of a private IT services company operating in a local market. Nevertheless, even if such management and business analysis related components in his previous positions were to be taken into account, it is dubious, to say the least, that the Applicant’s cumulated experience in the said fields reached the required ten years, with five of them “in an international capacity”. 30.
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Score: 816274.07 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2014-104.pdf
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TOWARDS AN E-STRATEGY FOR THE UNECE : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
This does not allow managing national web sites in a fast and timely mode, particularly to update the contents of the web sites. 15. (...) Gas Centre Database and Web site. These provide the 22 participating companies in the UNECE Gas Centre with information about Gas Centre activities, electronic publishing of Gas Centre reports, a forum of information exchange and a database on the legal, policy, regulatory and structure of national gas markets and the European gas market as a whole. (...) All UNECE Divisions have web pages on the UNECE web site and in some cases on other web sites as noted above.
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Score: 813930.76 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce.../get?open&DS=E/ECE/1422&Lang=E
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EVALUATION REPORT : [ENERGY EFFICIENCY 2000 PROJECT] : CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS : NOTE / BY THE EXTERNAL EVALUATORS
The Internet Web Site initiatives described below could be linked to this work. (...) In 1997, professionals throughout the ECETE’s have access to the World Wide Web via Internet, and are accustomed to making use of it. (...) The Internet Web Site initiatives described below could be linked to this work.
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Score: 813346.4 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...S=ENERGY/WP.4/R.6/ADD.1&Lang=E
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POLICY ISSUES RELATING TO ACCESS TO PARTICIPATION IN ELECTRONIC COMMERCE : REPORT / BY THE UNCTAD SECRETARIAT
Indeed, one Cair o super market has established a World Wide Web site where busy consumers can order thei r groceries online for home delivery. (...) ID C Research recently studied the top 1,000 companies in the region an d found that 75% of them now had corporate World Wide Web sites. This percentage has more than doubled in the past year and now appr oaches their estimate for the United States market, according to which 81% of United States companies with over 100 employees have a corporate World Wide Web site. 29. (...) In addition to trade opportunity and supply chain networks, many industria l marketing techniques, such as catalogues and mass mailings, have been migrated to the Internet using both World Wide Web and e-mail technologies.
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Score: 813234.86 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...t?open&DS=TD/B/COM.3/16&Lang=E
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ELECTRONIC COMMERCE AND TOURISM : NEW PERSPECTIVES AND CHALLENGES FOR DEVELOPING COUNTRIES : BACKGROUND REPORT
Small or remote destinations and products with well-developed and innovative web sites can now have "equal access" to international markets. (...) Define technical and design criteria 44. In web site development, the following key success factors may be considered: · Ensure the message and content of your site is appropriate to your target audience; · Create a lively design, which maintains interest throughout the site, and reflects the nature of your destination and your destination marketing organization's corporate or promotional style; · Ensure the functionality of your site meets your business objectives, such as awareness raising, information provision, transaction processing. (...) TD/B/COM.3/EM.9/2 page 14 Plan for 3rd and 4th generation websites 47. Vital marketing information about consumers can be collected passively, while they are online, indicating, for instance, how many times a person visited a certain web-page, how long they spent viewing the information, etc., or actively by motivating them to volunteer information by filling in forms or querying a database.
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Score: 812310.55 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...en&DS=TD/B/COM.3/EM.9/2&Lang=E
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An important part of the project was training of experts in forest management and the use of relevant technologies 2008 to 2012, Ukraine Czech Republic FC C C /SB I/2012/10 17 Activity Purpose/target of activity Date and location Annex II Party, implementing agency Web link for further information State of Green State of Green is the official green brand for Denmark. (...) The focus will be on the promotion of public transport services and of non- motorized transport, with special attention being paid to aspects of climate protection Ongoing, Ukraine Germany FC C C /SB I/2012/10 20 Activity Purpose/target of activity Date and location Annex II Party, implementing agency Web link for further information Energy efficiency in residential buildings The project aims at improving policies to increase energy efficiency at the national and municipal levels. (...) id=11section =eventsevent=2 FC C C /SB I/2012/10 22 Activity Purpose/target of activity Date and location Annex II Party, implementing agency Web link for further information Regional Focal Point (RFP) for Article 6 of the UNFCCC Implementation of Article 6 of the Convention in EIT countries requires enhancement of the activities of the national focal points for Article 6, and the activities implemented on the regional level bringing international cooperation and information sharing.
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Score: 811932.57 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...pen&DS=FCCC/SBI/2012/10&Lang=E
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REPORT OF THE SECRETARIAT ON THE WORLD SITUATION WITH REGARD TO DRUG TRAFFICKING
E/CN.7/2022/5 V.21-09774 2/27 platforms on the deep web, the clear web was used to sell products that supply the markets for those traditional drugs, in particular synthetic drugs. (...) Most of the heroin supplied to the United States and the still small heroin markets of South America originates in those countries. (...) Global methamphetamine markets, dominated by North America and East and South-East Asia, continue to expand.
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Score: 811679.2 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...t?open&DS=E/CN.7/2022/5&Lang=E
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ICT AND TOURISM FOR DEVELOPMENT : BACKGROUND PAPER / BY THE UNCTAD SECRETARIAT
They should develop capacity building through education programmes and training in relevant fields including ICT, web management, marketing, language abilities and cultural understanding. 42. (...) DMOs need to have a comprehensive vision of existing and potential market segments, tourism evolution and prospects, consumers’ tourism-related Internet usage and tourism behaviour to be able to translate them into web-based technologies, customer-centered services and marketing campaigns . (...) They should also develop capacity building through education programmes and training in relevant fields (including ICT, web management and marketing). The use of ICT tools such as DMSs should assist them in their efforts to market their tourism offer globally and to ensure the strategic management of their destinations to ultimately improve their competitiveness on tourism markets. 53.
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Score: 811276.2 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...n&DS=TD/B/COM.3/EM.25/2&Lang=E
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United Nations EC
References Document symbols Document title and web page UNECE/TRADE/378 An international model for technical harmonization based on good regulatory practice for the preparation, adoption and application of technical regulations via ECE/TRADE/C/WP.6/2010/10 6 Document symbols Document title and web page the use of international standards http://www.unece.org/trade/wp6/Recom mendations/Rec_L.pdf WTO/TBT, Art.2.4 and Art. 2.6 Agreement on Technical Barriers to Trade http://www.wto.org/english/docs_e/legal _e/17-tbt.pdf ISO/IEC 17050-1:2004 Conformity Assessment – Supplier’s declaration of conformity – Part 1: General requirements ISO/IEC 17050-2:2004 Conformity Assessment – Suppliers’ declaration of conformity –Part 2: Supporting documentation ECE/TRADE/C/WP.6/2009/11 A General Market Surveillance Procedure (Draft of 30 September 2009) 3.1.4. (...) Applicable definitions are found in: Document symbols Document title and web page WTO/TBT, Annex 1 Agreements on Technical Barriers to Trade http://www.wto.org/english/docs_e/legal _e/17-tbt.pdf ISO/IEC Guide 2 :2004 Standardization and related activities – General vocabulary ISO/IEC 17050-1 :2004 Conformity Assessment – Supplier’s declaration of conformity Part 1: General requirements ECE/TRADE/C/WP.6/2009/13/ Draft common definitions and terminology in market surveillance http://www.unece.org/trade/wp6/docume nts/2009/WP6_09_13E.pdf 3.1.5. (...) Market surveillance 22. Countries having adopted a CRO are responsible for market surveillance in its territory and have the right to withdraw the corresponding ICT equipment from its national market if they are not in compliance with that CRO.
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Score: 810707.2 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...CE/TRADE/C/WP.6/2010/10&Lang=E
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