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teaigg23 | FAO | Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations English English house About Us Media Kit Staff Directory Areas of Work Global Commodity Markets Global Information Early Warning System Trade Policy and Partnerships Emerging Trends, Challenges and Opportunities Commodities Bananas Citrus Coffee Cotton Grains Jute and hard fibres Meat Dairy Oilcrops Rice Sugar Tea Tropical fruits Publications Newsletters Resources 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 Markets and Trade house About Us Areas of Work Commodities Publications Newsletters Resources Bananas Citrus Coffee Cotton Grains Jute and hard fibres Meat Dairy Oilcrops Rice Sugar Tea Tropical fruits Committee on Commodity Problems Intergovernmental Group on Tea (23rd Session) 17-20 May 2018 (Hangzhou, China) List of documents CCP:TE 18/1/Rev1 Provisional agenda and agenda notes CCP:TE 18/2 Emerging Trends in Tea Consumption: Informing a Generic Promotion Process CCP:TE 18/3 Developing Futures and Swap Markets for Tea CCP:TE 18/4 Fostering Sustainability in Tea Production and Trade: Assessing the Impact of Certification Schemes on Farm Income, Inclusive Rural Development and Market Access CCP:TE 18/CRS1 Current Market Situation and Medium Term Outlook for tea to 2027 CCP:TE 18/Inf.3 (Revised) List of Delegates and Observers CCP 18/INF/13 (CCP:TE 18/Report) Report of the 23rd Session of the IGG on Tea Related links Tea Committee on Commodity Problems Previous sessions Previous sessions TEA IGG 2016 (22 nd Session) TEA IGG 2014 (21 st Session) TEA IGG 2012 (20 th Session) TEA IGG 2010 ( 19 th Session ) All other sessions 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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PANEL SESSION 1, MARKET SURVEILLANCE MODEL INITIATIVE : PROVISIONAL AGENDA
For example, there is a widespread perception across the European Union that levels of surveillance and enforcement are uneven and inadequate to the detriment of fair competition, user safety and the notion of the Internal Market. 2. Due to the vast number of products put on the market worldwide, the challenges imposed on a market surveillance authority are enormous, and it is almost impossible to cover all the requirements of the technical legislation. 3. (...) The establishment of a clear framework and guide for the operation of market surveillance, based on good practice worldwide, would be a major asset to regulators and would be a significant step forward in the enhancement of a safe, efficient and transparent market for legitimate trade. (...) Ivan Hendrikx 15:10 Presentation of national approaches to market surveillance 15:40 Presentation of existing initiatives to promote cooperation among market surveillance authorities 16:00 Presentation of the methodology of the proposed study (questionnaire number 1) 16:20 Panel discussion 16:40 Collecting information about market surveillance practices worldwide (questionnaire number 2) 17:00 Panel discussion 17:30 Discussion on conclusions and follow-up 18:00 Closing remarks - - - - -
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STATISTICS ON DRUG TRAFFICKING TRENDS IN THE NEAR AND MIDDLE EAST, SOUTH, WEST AND CENTRAL ASIA : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
Although the illicit supply of cannabis resin from Afghanistan may have made inroads into new markets, the illicit market for cannabis resin in Europe continued __________________ 5 H. (...) Nevertheless, significant quantities of heroin were also seized closer to the major illicit markets for heroin. 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 Afghanistan Islamic Republic of Iran Pakistan To ns 2007 2008 2009 2010 10 V.12-55888 UNODC/SUBCOM/47/2 Figure VI Seizures of heroin worldwide and in selected countries, 2000-2010 (Tons) Figure VII Seizures of heroin in Turkey in relation to seizures of heroin in the Islamic Republic of Iran, 2004-2010 (Tons) 20. (...) In particular, seizures in Saudi Arabia, a major illicit market for Captagon tablets, fell from 12.4 tons in 2009 (the largest worldwide that year) to 8.8 tons in 2010, while seizures in the Syrian Arab Republic fell from 22 million tablets in 2009 to 12 million tablets in 2010.
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TRENDS IN FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT : REPORT / BY THE UNCTAD SECRETARIAT
MODALITIES OF INTERNATIONALIZATION . . . . . . . . . . . . 26-34 17 A. Market access . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27-29 17 B. (...) The growth of inflows, however, has slowed due to the lingering economic recession in some countries of Western Europe (the main source of investment inflows), combined with the slow or negative growth in these countries during their transition towards a market economy. Central and Eastern Europe accounted for 3 per cent of worldwide inflows in 1993; these continue to be unevenly distributed within the region, with the Czech Republic, Hungary and Poland accounting for the majority of investments. 13. (...) Most of these investments are market-driven (as opposed to efficiency seeking).
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The effectiveness of this integrated strategy depends on the energy sector ensuring the sustainable and cost-effective generation of electricity and production of hydrogen. 15. The development of worldwide harmonized technical provisions are aimed at reducing trade barriers and quickly introducing innovative engine technologies and efficient powertrains for greener vehicles into the global market. 16. (...) For that reason, the World Forum was urged to develop such uniform provisions for cleaner market fuels and, therefore, set up a specific expert group to develop recommendations for market fuel quality. (...) At their national level, they should undertake all necessary measures and consider primary objectives such as: (i) to support the activities of the World Forum and actively contribute to the development of worldwide harmonized technical regulations with regard to energy efficient and environmentally friendly vehicles based on technology neutral performance requirements and test procedures; (ii) to transpose into their national legislation the existing worldwide harmonized regulations to enable a quick introduction on their national market of vehicles with innovative engine and powertrain technologies; 9 ECE/TRANS/WP.29/2010/141 (iii) to implement on their territory new legislations on fuel economy, including financial measures to foster the introduction into their markets of low carbon vehicle technologies; these measures could include on an exceptional basis time-limited financial incentives such as the scrapping scheme for older vehicles; (iv) to review the road infrastructure and traffic conditions to improve traffic fluidity, including the construction of new roads, a more efficient use of existing roads and the installations of intelligent traffic management systems; (v) to promote cooperation on the research and development of innovative technologies, which could have an impact on an improved energy efficiency, and to share in that respect data analysis, evaluation methodologies, study results, etc.; (vi) to review of the different transport modes for freight focusing on the potential to reduce CO2 emissions, i.e. adaptation of the rules on weights and dimensions of heavy duty vehicles to allow longer and/or larger goods vehicles for long distance transport as well as consideration of efficient transhipment operations between road, rail and inland waterways are essential to achieve a considerable shift of freight transport from road to rail and waterways.
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ILO welcomes renewed EU focus on decent work worldwide for a just transition and a sustainable recovery The European Commission has adopted a Communication on decent work worldwide, which sets out how the EU will act upon the challenges linked to a just green and digital transition and a sustainable recovery from the pandemic. (...) According to ILO research , the COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated income and labour market inequalities and disproportionately affected women and vulnerable groups such as young people and workers in the informal economy. (...) “The ILO stands ready to work with the EU to ensure that the Communication on Decent Work Worldwide effectively promotes decent work for all.”
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ILO welcomes renewed EU focus on decent work worldwide for a just transition and a sustainable recovery The European Commission has adopted a Communication on decent work worldwide, which sets out how the EU will act upon the challenges linked to a just green and digital transition and a sustainable recovery from the pandemic. (...) According to ILO research , the COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated income and labour market inequalities and disproportionately affected women and vulnerable groups such as young people and workers in the informal economy. (...) “The ILO stands ready to work with the EU to ensure that the Communication on Decent Work Worldwide effectively promotes decent work for all.”
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detail | FAO | Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations English English house About Us Media Kit Staff Directory Areas of Work Global Commodity Markets Global Information Early Warning System Trade Policy and Partnerships Emerging Trends, Challenges and Opportunities Commodities Bananas Citrus Coffee Cotton Grains Jute and hard fibres Meat Dairy Oilcrops Rice Sugar Tea Tropical fruits Publications Newsletters Resources 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 Markets and Trade house About Us Areas of Work Commodities Publications Newsletters Resources Area Ukraine Commodity Group Grains Commodity Wheat Date 19/10/2021 Policy Category Trade Policy Instrument Export quota Description Set the maximum limit of wheat exports at 25.3 million tonnes for the marketing year 2021/2022. 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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Cotton | FAO | Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations English English house About Us Media Kit Staff Directory Areas of Work Global Commodity Markets Global Information Early Warning System Trade Policy and Partnerships Emerging Trends, Challenges and Opportunities Commodities Bananas Citrus Coffee Cotton Grains Jute and hard fibres Meat Dairy Oilcrops Rice Sugar Tea Tropical fruits Publications Newsletters Resources 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 Markets and Trade house About Us Areas of Work Commodities Publications Newsletters Resources Cotton Cotton, the fabric of our lives. (...) Featured Resouces Recent trends and prospects in the world cotton market and policy developments Published: June 2021 Recent trends and prospects in the world cotton market and policy developments - Executive Summary Published: June 2021 OECD-FAO Agricultural Outlook 2021-2030   Published: June 2021 OECD-FAO Agricultural Outlook 2021-2030 Chapter 10: Cotton Published: June 2021 Why cotton? Facts & figures Published: 2020 A summary of the world apparel fiber consumption survey 2005-2008 Published: September 2019 Medium-term prospects for RAMHOT products Published: January 2016 Subscribe to our Newsletters Related links Committee on Commodity Problems (CCP) FAO Intergovernmental Group (IGG) on Hard Fibres and the IGG on Jute, Kenaf and Allied Fibres WTO World Cotton Day Global Commodity Markets Publications Related titles News and Events Global food prices rise in January 03 Feb 2022 Rome Global food prices dip in December 06 Jan 2022 Rome FAO Food Price Index rises in November 02 Dec 2021 Rome See more Latest Videos Contact [email protected] 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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As a result, the demand for forest products has shrunk and Europe's share of global markets has fallen on average by 1 to 2 percent from 2011, depending on the forest product. (...) This was mainly due to the recovery in the housing market. At the same time, pulp and paper continued to decline, which reflected the shift from printed to electronic media in recent years. (...) "Overall, the global wood products market is on the road to recovery at different rates around the world," said Eduardo Rojas-Briales, Assistant Director-General for Forestry.
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