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ICAO Seminar Remarks at the International Civil Aviation Organization Reception Montreal, Québec – March 22, 2003 Barry MacKinnon Vice President of Marketing and Airline Analysis Bombardier Aerospace Regional Aircraft Bombardier is delighted to welcome you to Montréal and this seminar as well as the ICAO Worldwide air Transport Conference. (...) A liberalized market environment makes it possible for these carriers to respond to these needs. (...) To conclude my remarks, the path that you have embarked upon here is critical to the future of air transport worldwide. I encourage you to look beyond today’s industry challenges to a brighter future where liberalized air travel markets result in greater trade and economic growth plus more choice and convenience for all passengers.
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Score: 886874.8 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...TConf5/Documents/mackinnon.pdf
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Oberthur Oberthur Technologies A Technology Leader 16 April 2014 1 Oberthur Technologies – Identity BU Olivier Prestel, Managing Director Identity Business Unit Agenda 16 April 2014 2 Oberthur Technologies: a technology leader A strong innovative player with over 15% of T.O. invested in 10 R&D centers Highly innovative products, recognized by the market place and experts Invent, develop, deploy innovative solutions worldwide 16 April 2014 3 Leading player in digital security A unique positioning to answer the needs of a convergent world Main end-markets • Offering extending offer along the full length of the digital security value chain o Development of embedded secure software o Manufacturing, personalization and issuance of secure devices and identity documents o Development of associated server based solutions operated by clients in-house or in managed services • Unique industry positioning o Supplier to 5,000 banks, 20 years of experience in personalisation services o Trusted by 300 mobile operators, 10 years of experience in Over- The-Air (OTA) platform o More than 100 government references • Worldwide presence with a true global reach o Secure devices and documents delivered in 140+ countries o 50+ sales offices and 35+ services centers o 10 R&D centers Oberthur Technologies at a glance TRANSPORT TELECOMMUNICATIONS PAYMENT DIGITAL TV IDENTITY Convergence of applications ² Machine 2 Machine Connected devices Mobile Phones Agenda 16 April 2014 4 Oberthur Technologies: a technology leader A strong innovative player with over 15% of T.O. invested in 10 R&D centers Highly innovative products, recognized by the market place and experts Invent, develop, deploy innovative solutions worldwide 16 April 2014 5 A strong innovative player your data exchanges and data in the cloud your legacy identity your digital identities your payment transactions OT secures Agenda 16 April 2014 6 Oberthur Technologies: a technology leader A strong innovative player with over 15% of T.O. invested in 10 R&D centers Highly innovative products, recognized by the market place and experts Invent, develop, deploy innovative solutions worldwide Oberthur Technologies: Oberthur Technologies provides secure ID documents and solutions to more than 100 references customers • issued the first multi-application smart card EAL4+ CC certified • awarded company by Interpol for the most secure passport in the world • was the first company issuing ICAO e-Passports in volumes • issued the first PIV cards certified in the world • issued the first certified Cosmo Java card Open Platform EAL5+ • issued the first NFC SIM card certified EAL 4+ • issued the first electronic signature card certified Common Criteria EAL5+ • awarded company by ACT Canada for ID-One Digital Watermark • awarded company by Product innovation for ID-One PI V Bio • issued the first contactless national ID card in the world • positioned as an NFC pioneer and recognized (3 industry awards for NFC) 16 April 2014 7 Oberthur Technologies, innovation is our DNA Agenda 16 April 2014 8 Oberthur Technologies: a technology leader A strong innovative player with over 15% of T.O. invested in 10 R&D centers Highly innovative products, recognized by the market place and experts Invent, develop, deploy innovative solutions worldwide 16 April 2014 9 Leading systems and documents provider for worldwide e-ID programmes Products • Passports • National identity cards • Visas • Residence permits • Health cards • Employee eID cards • Driving licenses • Voting cards Services • Systems definition, project management, installation, support, training, maintenance • Control & authentication • End-to-end implementation of issuance & post issuance system • Financing Solutions System-One™ • Enrolment • IDMS • Vetting • Multi-document personalisation system • Issuance and post-issuance systems • Document Control • E-gates A large range of innovative solutions Driving licenses 16 April 2014 10 Worldwide references Some Customer references OT product offer Voting cards Identity cards Passports Belgium Guatemala Uzbekistan France Latvia Peru Norway Monaco Cambodia • > 22 Millions of documents, deployed in 3 months ! (Middle East) Bangladesh Denmark Azerbaijan Serbia Georgia Philippines Monaco Algeria http://www.theodora.com/flags/ 16 April 2014 11 Oberthur Technologies  highly innovative  provides tailor-made ID solutions, adapted to customers’ needs  accompany customers all along the deployment and the life of the systems  a trusted partner • End-to-end system solutions to protect identities and secure access for the mobility world 16 April 2014 12 Oberthur TechnologiesA Technology Leader Agenda Leading player in digital security Agenda A strong innovative player Agenda Oberthur Technologies, innovation is our DNA Agenda Leading systems and documents providerfor worldwide e-ID programmes Worldwide references Slide Number 11 Slide Number 12
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Score: 866735.5 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...onsor_Oberthur-Prestel_UZB.pdf
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Like the GSM model, the GBSI Initiative calls for a public-private partnership to facilitate the emergence of a worldwide market for satellite broadband services. (...) The dedication of a small fraction of this spectrum in C-, Ku-, and Ka bands, which would be available on a worldwide and interference-free basis for consumer-broadband satellite service, is critical for the development of a global market for this service. (...) TThhee rroollee ooff iinndduussttrryy Global Standard The private sector, the main beneficiary from a business perspective of a global satellite broadband market, should help governments and regulators in promoting a worldwide satellite broadband market.
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Score: 864741.1 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/treg...04/documents/Toumi-Remarks.pdf
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In Asia the market is also falling , -10% in the first half of 2001. (...) They are also produced for a mass market with completely different marketing channels than those of service robots for professional use. (...) The market introduction is now pushed forward to the first half of 2002.
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Score: 857234.4 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DAM/press/pr2001/01stat10e.htm
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The State of Agricultural Commodity Markets 2020 | FAO | Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations العربية 中文 English Français Русский Español العربية 中文 English Français Русский Español About FAO Regular programme country contributions About us Director-General Leadership Organizational chart Worldwide offices Governing Body documents Office of Strategy, Programme and Budget (OSP) Oversight Advisory Committee FAO and the UN Meetings Visit us In action FAO at work Projects Standards and policies Sustainable Development Goals Media News releases Stories Archive Countries good practices Video Photo Audio Webcast Contacts Main topics Resources Data Interactive stories Infographics Publications Member countries Country Profiles FAO Members Gateway Low-Income Food-Deficit countries Get involved Partnerships Work with us Ask FAO FAO on social media Invest About FAO About us Director-General Leadership Organizational chart Worldwide offices Governing Bodies Oversight Advisory Committee FAO and the UN Meetings Visit us In action FAO at work Projects Standards and Policies Sustainable Development Goals Media News Stories Countries good practices Video Photos Audio Webcast Media contacts Main topics Main topics content Resources Data Interactive stories Infographics Publications Member countries Country Profiles FAO Members Gateway Low-Income Food-Deficit countries Get involved Partnerships Work with us Ask FAO FAO on social media Invest Print Send About the series The State of Agricultural Commodity Markets presents commodity market issues in an objective and accessible way to policy-makers, commodity market observers and stakeholders interested in agricultural commodity market developments and their impacts on countries at different levels of economic development. Latest issue: SOCO 2020 Agricultural Markets and Sustainable Development: Global value chains, smallholder farmers and digital innovations Interactive Story  | Online report | Printable version [pdf] | In brief | E-Book MOBI / EPUB This edition of The State of Agricultural Commodity Markets focuses on how markets can bring us closer to achieving the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. (...) The report also looks at policy responses to address the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on food value chains, both nationally and globally. 2004 2006 2009 2015 2018 The State of Agricultural Commodity Markets - 2004 The State of Agricultural Commodity Markets - 2006 The State of Agricultural Commodity Markets - 2009 High food prices and the food crisis – experiences and lessons learned The State of Agricultural Commodity Markets 2015–16 Trade and food security: achieving a better balance between national priorities and the collective good The State of Agricultural Commodity Markets 2018 Agricultural trade, climate change and food security + - Full flagship collection Links Economic and Social Development Department Trade Trade and markets division Committee on Commodity Problems World Trade Organization (WTO) Contact George Rapsomanikis share mail live_help x FOLLOW US ON FAO Organizational Chart Worldwide Offices Regional Office for Africa Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific Regional Office for Europe and Central Asia Regional Office for Latin America and the Caribbean Regional Office for the Near East and North Africa Country Offices Jobs Contact us Terms and Conditions Scam Alert Report Misconduct Download our App © FAO 2022
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Score: 854885.2 - https://www.fao.org/publications/soco/en/
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The United Nations Framework Classification for Energy and Mineral Resources (UNFC) is a universally applicable instrument for classification, based on market criteria, of the reserves and resources of energy and mineral commodities. (...) The following events were organized during the period: • Joint UNECE/ESCAP Regional Seminar on Practical Application of UNFC in the Asian and Pacific Region (Bangkok, October 1998) • National Seminar on UNFC Application in Indonesia (Jakarta, December 1998) • Regional Seminar on UNFC Application in Latin America (Porto Alegre, Brazil, November 1999) • Regional Seminar on UNFC Application in the Indian Ocean Rim Region (Agra, India, November 2000) • Two Task Forces on UNFC Application to Solid Fuels and Mineral Commodities Worldwide (Geneva, November 1999 and October 2000) • National Workshop on UNFC Application in the Philippines (Manila, March 2001) As a result of the first phase, the UNFC is now: Formally recognized by all UNECE and ECOSOC member States; Used as the internationally agreed basis for the adaptation of national classification systems; Successfully applied to the classification of 55 different deposits worldwide; Fully implemented in practice on solid fuels and mineral commodities in more than 60 countries; and Recognized by the Mineral Stock Exchange Markets in Australia and South Africa. (...) (ii) The agreement on common criteria for evaluating the different reserves/resources worldwide provides increased confidence in long- term forecasting and encourages cross-border investments in liberalized markets.
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Score: 848834.8 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA..._2004/UNECE_weekly_2004-76.pdf
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.--,-- 1 UNECE sets standards I I I I The basis of Isustainable quality Producers improve I their production; traders and retail I chains order confidently, knowing I what they will receive; authorities I check products against a set of 1 transparent rules; and consumers worldwide find I quality produce in their markets. ___ 1 I Quality for sustainable markets and trade ' <11 •tno, :,fd Why quality matters? (...) This helps countries increase the sustainability of their production, improve and build local markets and access new export markets for improved livelihoods of farmers, traders and particularly women. (...) Our standards form the basis for agricultural quality legislation and contractual agreements worldwide. UNECE works to increase the sustainability of food production, markets and trade.
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Score: 843349 - https://unece.org/DAM/trade/agr/AboutUs/wp7_InfoBrochure.pdf
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COMPARISON OF THE REQUIREMENTS FOR LOCATION AND IDENTIFICATION OF MOTORCYCLE CONTROLS, TELL-TALES AND INDICATORS BETWEEN MOTORCYCLES AND PASSENGER CARS / SUBMITTED BY THE WORKING PARTY ON GENERAL SAFETY PROVISIONS (GRSG)
Of these: (a) 13 are already used worldwide (b) 4 are for devices not fitted in some of the markets (c) 2 have alternative options to the symbol (d) 1 is a marking that is not required in all markets (e) 1 apparently is not used at all 6. The scores from the Alliance study reflect this market reality, as well as the fact that some symbols are unique to motorcycles. (...) Annex Analysis Current Market practice Y used in this market "-" status unknown Icon Compre- hension 5 or better [%] Motorcycle icon Definition for Motorcycle Comments Japan USA/ Canada EU Australia ASEAN China India Other Asia Latin America Middle East Africa Comments 1 96 Passing Beam Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Used worldwide 2 - Supplemental Engine Stop Control Low scores because not used in cars Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Used worldwide 3 - Supplemental Engine Stop Control Low scores because not used in cars Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Used worldwide 4 11 EC E/TR A N S/W P.29/2009/45 page 3 Manual Choke Low scores because chokes are automatic in cars Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Used worldwide 5 91 Turn Signal Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Used w orldwide EC E/TR A N S/W P.29/2009/45 page 4 Analysis Current Market practice Y used in this market "-" status unknown 6 100 Fuel Level Indicator Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Used worldwide 7 97 Horn Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Used worldwide 8 93 Engine Oil Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Used worldwide 9 85 Hazard Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Used wWarning Light orldwide 10 Engine Not included in Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Used wCoolant Temperature the Alliance study orldwide 11 Driving Beam Not ded in Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Used w e inclu the Alliance study orldwid 12 Neutral Not ded in Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Used wIndicator inclu the Alliance study orldwide 13 Electric Not ded in Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Used w e Starter inclu the Alliance study orldwid EC E/TR A N S/W P.29/2009/45 page 5 Analysis Current Market practice Y used in this market "-" status unknown 14 74 Position lamp Y - Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y There is an alternative 15 83 Malfunction in antilock brake system Y Y Y Y - Y - Y Y Y Y Device not fitted in some markets 16 78 Parking Lamp Y Y Y Y - - - - Y Y Y Device not fitted in some markets 17 Fuel Tank Not included in - In Y - - Y - Y Y Y Y Marking not Shutoff valve Off On Reserve the Alliance study FMVSS 123 but not widely used required in some markets.
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Score: 842433 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...ECE/TRANS/WP.29/2009/45&Lang=E
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A NOTABLE EXCEPTION IS EUROPE, WHERE COUNTRIES ARE CLOSE TO EACH OTHER AND HIGH-QUALITY ROAD TRANSPORT INFRASTRUCTURE IS AVAILABLE. 2 SLIDE 3: EVOLUTION OF WORLDWIDE FREIGHT TRAFFIC GROWTH (2003-2013) WITH WEAKNESSES IN INTERNATIONAL TRADE, THE GLOBAL CARGO MARKET WAS SLUGGISH LAST YEAR. (...) SLIDE 8: OTHER MODES OF SHIPPING SO, THAT’S A QUICK SUMMARY OF CARGO PERFORMANCE IN 2013 FOR THE WORLD AND AFRICA, BUT THE REAL REASON WE’RE ALL HERE IS TO DISCUSS CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES, AND ONE OF THE MAIN OBSTACLES TO THE GROWTH OF THE CARGO MARKET WORLDWIDE IS COMPETING MODES OF FREIGHT SHIPMENT. (...) THE WEAKNESS IN THE AIR CARGO MARKET OVER THE LAST DECADE OR SO CAN BE LARGELY ATTRIBUTED TO A LOSS IN MARKET SHARE TO OTHER WAYS OF TRANSPORTING GOODS—OCEAN FREIGHT BEING THE BEST EXAMPLE.
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Score: 841085 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/..._Gittens_SettingScene-text.pdf
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Microsoft Word - ITUNEws_final.doc ECOWAS/UEMOA moves forward towards ICT market harmonization The ICT environment is changing rapidly and keeping the policy and regulatory frameworks in line with the constant evolution of technologies, applications and services is a challenge for governments and regulators around the World. (...) ECOWAS Member States will then embark on the challenging transposition path that will led to the translation of these decisions into their national legal frameworks by end of 2007, and the creation of a common ICT market in the region. The project was launched in June 2004 by the International Telecommunications Union (ITU) in cooperation with the European Union, to support the establishment of an integrated ICT Market in West Africa. (...) These decisions mark a major milestone in furthering cooperation between the countries and in promoting the establishment of regional harmonized ICT regulatory frameworks and related integrated markets on the African continent and worldwide. These landmark decisions will certainly spur the development of ICTs in Africa.
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Score: 836668 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/treg...jects/itu-ec/ITUNEws_final.pdf
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