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  • Tham khảo sách 'vocational education in the new eu member states', kỹ thuật - công nghệ, cơ khí - chế tạo máy phục vụ nhu cầu học tập, nghiên cứu và làm việc hiệu quả

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  • In this paper the authors wanted to reveal the relationship between overall economic development measured by gross domestic product per capita (GDPPC) influences the insurance market development measured by indicators such as gross written premium per capita (GWPPC) and the share of gross written premium in GDP. Therefore, the authors have calculated correlation coefficients for EU27, and separately for old EU members (EU15) and new EU member states (EU12) for the 2000-2009 period.

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  • The initial idea to develop this project was born when we were working together on a series of contributions focused on political economy issues of taxation in dif erent areas of the world. Our task was to describe the main political factors which played a major role in the design of the tax system and in the implementation of tax reforms in some specii c countries.

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  • It also reviews different valuation methods and estimated values for non-market forest goods and services in Europe. Chapter 5 gives an overview of the financing mechanisms used in the Member States and their applicability for different goods and services. It includes a theoretical review of alternative financing mechanisms for non-market forest goods and services (FG&S) as well as an empirical assessment of their use in Europe and EU Member States (EU MS).

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  • The objective of the first part of the questionnaire was to gather information on the relative importance of different types of forest goods and services in the EU Member States. The respondents were asked to rank the relative importance of forest goods and services (from 1 – not important; to 5 – very important), according to their own perceptions about the total benefits forest goods and services provide to the society. The aim of the second part (Part B) of the questionnaire was to produce an overview of financing mechanisms used in the EU-27. For this purpose, the respondents...

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  • Non-EU AIFMs intending to market AIFs they manage in the EU with a passport once it is available (expected in 2015), or to manage EU AIFs, must receive a prior authorization from the competent authorities of their EU Member State of reference. To obtain such authorization, they must comply with the requirements of the Directive or equivalent rules. The Member State of reference is determined in accordance with a complex series of rules; in summary, it is generally the Member State where the applicant AIFM carries out most management or marketing.

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  • In the single-payer system, the recurrent expenditure on health services is funded primarily through compulsory, non-risk-related contributions made by eligible individuals or from the state budget. The central government has almost exclusive power to formulate strategic direction and to issue and enforce regulations regarding health care. In 2009 Hungary spent 7.4% of its gross domestic product (GDP) on health, with public expenditure accounting for 69.

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  • Even though we re-analysed data from the most representative data source available at this moment, the ECHP, there is no guarantee that what has been found in a single data set will be reproduced in other data sets. There is an urgent need for analysis of additional data sets, including data on new EU member states. In addition, systematic reviews or meta-analyses are needed to assess the causal effect of ill-health on earnings in the European Union.

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  • 09 December 2011 | New Plan Aims to End European Debt Crisis EU heads of state on Friday at a summit in Brussels AP (You can download an MP3 of this story at This is IN THE NEWS in VOA Special English. Most members of the European Union have agreed to a deal to increase central control over the budgets of individual governments. The plan to increase economic ties was announced Friday at a meeting of European leaders in the Belgian capital, Brussels. European Central Bank chief Mario Draghi praised the agreement.

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  • The AIFM Directive’s geographic impact will stretch beyond the EU; for example, due to the additional eligibility conditions for third-country AIF jurisdictions. Third-country jurisdictions wishing to ensure that their alternative funds can be actively marketed in the EU will need to carefully review their legal and regulatory framework in relation to AIFM supervision and be prepared to implement international cooperation arrangements for the purpose of systemic risk oversight and tax cooperation with relevant EU Member States.

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  • The AIFM Directive foresees a pan-European marketing regime that will become available to EU managers with EU funds in 2013, and may be available to non-EU managers and non-EU funds from 2015. Meanwhile, and for the upcoming seven years at least, national PPRs will remain available for the distribution in Europe of non-EU funds and to non-EU managers. However, individual Member States may impose stricter rules.

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  • Energy efficiency is a key area for competitiveness. The Commission will reinforce its cooperation with Member States on the implementation of the energy efficiency directive, the energy labelling and ecodesign legislation. Implementing the strategy for Key Enabling Technologies will also be a key lever of competitiveness. The Commission will deepen its work to help SMEs facing the challenge of financing and implement the Action Plan for entrepreneurship.

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  • Member States' performance is set to differ strongly this year and next. Heterogeneity in GDP and employment developments results from varying adjustment needs following the imbalances in the run-up to the crisis. In particular, the health of banking sectors and public finances as well as private debt and external deficits differ considerably across countries. While being low for the EU as a whole, financing costs have continued to diverge across Member States.

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  • Regulations of both home and host countries influence the choice of legal form of business model. Italian and Canadian banks, for example, are required to seek prior approval by their home regulator in order to open an overseas branch, and the Bank of Spain can refuse a bank’s application to open a branch on a wider set of criteria than in the case of subsidiaries (for EU-domiciled banks, these additional constraints do not apply for affiliate operations in EU member states given the EU single passport regime).

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  • This study seeks to evaluate the barriers to employment in the UK which limit the mobility of EU nations between EU member states. Three objectives were set which consist of the following: identify the ability of doctors and nurses to move between EU countries, identify the main stakeholders of the UK's healthcare industry and identify mobility barriers present in UK hospitals. The literature suggests that the main type of professional migrants going to UK hospitals consist of permanent settlers and temporary professional transients.

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  • Competitiveness today must be geared to competitiveness tomorrow. There is untapped potential for the EU economy to be more innovative, productive and competitive whilst using fewer resources and reducing environmental damage. Less waste should be produced and more re-used and recycled in line with the practice of the best performing Member States.

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  • Currently, more than 120 nations and reporting jurisdictions permit or require IFRS for domestic listed companies. The European Union (EU) requires companies incorporated in its member states whose securities are listed on an EU-regulated stock exchange to prepare their consolidated financial statements in accordance with IFRS. 1 Australia, New Zealand and Israel have essentially adopted IFRS as their national standards. 2 Brazil started using IFRS in 2010. Canada adopted IFRS, in full, on Jan. 1, 2011.

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  • The biggest challenge will not be to devise new individual policies, but to strengthen the EU’s most powerful tool for dealing with Russia: unity. The EU has a basic choice to make: either member states continue to pursue bilateral agendas, but ultimately all lose out. Or it can unite – which will require individual member states to make possibly painful concessions – and exercise real influence over the nature of the relationship with Russia. In order to help achieve this level of unity, the EU could form pioneer groups of member states working out a common strategic...

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  • Within its Agenda 2000 reform package, the EU has introduced a new rural development policy which streamlines rural development measures implemented in its Member States. All measures falling under this pillar of the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) are notified under the Green Box. These fall into two groups. Firstly, the new accompanying measures of the 1992 McSharry reform, such as early retirement, agri-environment and afforestation, as well as the less-favoured areas (LFA) scheme.

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  • The Member States that have acceded to the EU since 2004 have grown at above average rates and gained shares in the EU-27’s total output. In spite of this, a comparison of the development of ME across the whole of the EU with the progress experienced in individual new Member States 26 shows a below average growth. ME has lost shares of total manufacturing output, particularly in Poland, the Czech Republic and Slovakia, although to a lesser degree in the latter ( Figure 2.2). Noteworthy structural changes are underway in the Italian manufacturing industry. For more than a decade...

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