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International agreement · Tariff policy
ga an Coinbhinsiún Custaim maidir le Trasghluaiseacht Idirnáisiúnta Earraí REFERENCE Faomhadh an téarma seo mar chuid de Thionscadal Lex
ga ITI REFERENCE Faomhadh an téarma seo mar chuid de Thionscadal Lex
de Zollübereinkommen über den internationalen Warenversand | ITI | ITI-Übereinkommen
COMMENT CONTEXT: Rat für die Zusammenarbeit auf dem Gebiet des Zollwesens (RZZ);MISC: Wien, 7.6.1971
International instrument · International security · United Nations
ga ionstraim idirnaisiúnta rianaithe REFERENCE Faomhadh an téarma seo mar chuid de Thionscadal Lex
en International Instrument to Enable States to Identify and Trace, in a Timely and Reliable Manner, Illicit Small Arms and Light Weapons | International Tracing Instrument | ITI
DEFINITION instrument adopted in 2005 that requires states to ensure that weapons are properly marked and records kept, and that provides a framework for cooperation in weapons tracing REFERENCE Council-EN based on:<br>UNODA > Conventional Arms > Small Arms > Agreements, treaties > Programme of Action on illicit small arms and light weapons, and its International Tracing Instrument, https://www.un.org/disarmament/convarms/salw/programme-of-action/ [7.12.2017]
COMMENT The International Tracing Instrument provides a framework for cooperation in weapons tracing, fulfilling one of the commitments governments made in the Programme of Action on small arms [ IATE:926051 ]. Meetings and national reports on the Programme of Action on small arms and the International Tracing Instrument are always combined.<hr>UNODA > Conventional Arms > Small Arms > Agreements, treaties > Programme of Action on illicit small arms and light weapons, and its International Tracing Instrument, https://www.un.org/disarmament/convarms/salw/programme-of-action/ [13.12.2017]
fr instrument international de traçage | instrument international visant à permettre aux États de procéder à l'identification et au traçage rapides et fiables des armes légères et de petit calibre illicites | IIT
COMMENT Texte FR: http://www.poa-iss.org/InternationalTracing/ITI_French.pdf [9.3.2015]<hr>Instrument adopté en 2005 pour appuyer le Programme d'action des Nations unies sur les armes légères [ IATE:926051 ].
de Internationales Rechtsinstrument zur Ermöglichung der rechtzeitigen und zuverlässigen Identifikation und Rückverfolgung illegaler Kleinwaffen und leichter Waffen durch die Staaten | Internationales Rückverfolgungsinstrument
DEFINITION nur politisch, nicht aber rechtlich bindendes Instrument, das den Staaten ermöglichen soll, Kleinwaffen und leichte Waffen systematisch vom Ort der Herstellung oder der Einfuhr über die gesamte Lieferkette hinweg bis zu dem Punkt, an dem sie illegal wurden, zurückzuverfolgen REFERENCE Erläuternder Bericht über die Genehmigung und die Umsetzung des UNO-Feuerwaffenprotokolls (Vorlage I) und zu einer Änderung des Waffengesetzes (Vorlage II) http://www.admin.ch/ch/d/gg/pc/documents/1790/Bericht.pdf 2.7.18
COMMENT von der VN-Generalversammlung am 5.12.2005 angenommen; UPD: st 29.7.10
Information technology and data processing
ga an Comhairle um Thionscal na Teicneolaíochta Faisnéise REFERENCE Faomhadh an téarma seo mar chuid de Thionscadal Lex
ga CTTF REFERENCE Faomhadh an téarma seo mar chuid de Thionscadal Lex
en ITI | Information Technology Industry Council | ITIC
COMMENT ITI claims to be the premier global voice, thought leader and advocate for the United States' leading high-tech companies and to be widely recognised as the tech industry's most effective lobbying organization in Washington, in various foreign capitals, and the WTO.<P>It was founded in Chicago, Illinois, in 1916 as the National Association of Office Appliance Manufacturers. In 1929, the name was changed to the Office Equipment Manufacturers Institute as the group set out to strengthen its role in public policy. It was reorganised in 1961 to cope more effectively with the issues confronting a rapidly changing and expanding industry, and it became known as the Business Equipment Manufacturers Association (BEMA).<P>In 1973, BEMA became the Computer and Business Equipment Manufacturers Association (CBEMA). For the next two decades, the association's value to member companies was manifest in numerous regulatory and legislative accomplishments, in successful efforts to build a network with counterparts in other nations, and in its ability to sustain voluntary industry standards programs in the US and abroad.<P>The association again reorganised in 1994 and was renamed the Information Technology Industry Council or ITI. The new name better reflected the dynamic IT industry as it is today - consisting of manufacturers and suppliers of computers, telecommunications, business equipment, software, and IT services.<P>Today, ITI continues to represent companies on the cutting edge of technology, and its mission today is identical to that of its founders in 1916 - to promote the global competitiveness of its member companies.
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