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Author: J. M. Finger
Publisher: World Bank Publications
Keywords: development, challenge, commitments, round, uruguay, implementation
Number of Pages: 59
Published: 1999
eBookDB-ID: GGKEY:R9U5

At the Uruguay Round, developing countries took on obligations not only to reduce trade barriers but also to undertake significant reforms of regulations and trade procedures. The Round did not, however, take into account the cost of implementing these reforms -- a full year's development budget for many of the least developed countries -- nor did it ask whether the money might be more productive in other development uses.
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Author: Brian Lepore
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: estimates, savings, decreased, fiscal, year, increased, costs, base, realignments, closures, estimated, military
Number of Pages: 23
Published: 2010-11
ISBN-10: 1437925472
ISBN-13: 9781437925470

DoDżs cost estimates to implement recommendations from the most recent Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) round have steadily increased each budget year since 2005. This BRAC round is the fifth such round undertaken by DoD since 1988 and, it is the biggest, most complex, and costliest BRAC round ever. To implement BRAC 2005, DoD plans to spend nearly $35 billion. This review of DoD's FY 2010 BRAC budget indicates that DoD plans to spend more to implement BRAC 2005 recommendations compared to last year's BRAC budget. DoD's estimated one-time costs to implement this BRAC round increased by alm
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Author: U.S. International Trade Commission
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: fta, round, canada, nafta, uruguay, inv, economy, israel, trade, agreements, effect, tokyo, impact
Number of Pages: 472
Published:
ISBN-10: 1457821125
ISBN-13: 9781457821127
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Author: Brian J. Lepore
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: fully, challenges, reporting, additional, costs, mitigate, steps, realignments, base, closures, dod, taking, military
Number of Pages: 25
Published: 2010-11
ISBN-10: 1437936784
ISBN-13: 9781437936780

The 2005 Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) round is the 5th such round undertaken by DoD since 1988 and is the biggest, most complex, and costliest BRAC round ever. With this BRAC round, the DoD plans to execute hundreds of BRAC actions affecting over 800 defense locations, relocate over 123,000 personnel, and spend over $35 billion -- an unprecedented amount, given that DoD has spent nearly $26 billion to implement the four previous BRAC rounds combined. This report assesses: (1) the challenges DoD faces in implementing BRAC recommendations; and (2) DoD's efforts to mitigate any challenges,
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Author: John Croome
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: uruguay, round, history, system, world, trading, reshaping
Number of Pages: 411
Published: 1995-03-01
ISBN-10: 0788130463
ISBN-13: 9780788130465

A complete history of the Uruguay Round of negotiations in the GATT told in chronological order, from 1986 to 1994. The Round divides into five fairly distinct time periods, separated by three ministerial meetings and by the presentation of the first comprehensive but tentative package of results in 1991. The agreements reached have set in place a new World Trade Organization and new rule for trade which offer the promise of more open world markets and opportunities for additional trade and economic development worth hundreds of billions of dollars.
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Author: European Conference of Ministers of Transport
Publisher: OECD Publishing
Keywords: rail, freight, transport, integration, european, round, tables, ecmt
Number of Pages: 118
Published: 2004-07-09
ISBN-10: 9282113213
ISBN-13: 9789282113219

The Round Table looks at how the European railway landscape is being reshaped. In doing so, it presents lessons which stand to benefit transport policy throughout Europe.
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Author: Kathleen M. King
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: equipment, medical, competitive, bidding, program, durable, round, cms, working, address, problems, medicare
Number of Pages: 65
Published: 2010-06
ISBN-10: 1437926851
ISBN-13: 9781437926859

In 2007, Medicare spent $8.3 billion for durable medical equipment (DME) and related supplies. To reduce spending, the Medicare Prescription Drug, Improvement, and Modernization Act of 2003 (MMA) required that the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) phase in a competitive bidding program (CBP) for DME and other items. DME suppliers began bidding in round 1 of the CBP in May 2007. After contracts were awarded, the Medicare Improvements for Patients and Providers Act of 2008 was enacted in July 2008. This report examined: (1) the results of CBP round 1; (2) the major challenges CMS
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