system of preferences

  • 1Generalized System of Preferences — The Generalized System of Preferences, or GSP, is a formal system of exemption from the more general rules of the World Trade Organization (WTO), (formerly, the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade or GATT). Specifically, it s a system of… …

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  • 2Generalized system of preferences —   [ dʒenərəlaɪzd sɪstəm ɔf prefərənsɪz, englisch], Abkürzung GSP, allgemeines Präferẹnzsystem, Abkürzung APS, den Entwicklungsländern seit 1971 von westlichen Industrienationen gewährte allgemeine, nicht diskriminierende und nicht gegenseitige… …

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  • 3Generalized System of Preferences (GSP) — ⇡ APS …

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  • 4Generalized System of Preferences — (GSP)   Preferential treatment by the EC to some exports from countries not otherwise associated with them in a formal trading agreement …

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  • 5System Preferences — Infobox Software| name = System Preferences caption = System Preferences in Mac OS X Leopard after the MobileMe update, with no third party preference panes installed. developer = Apple Inc. latest release version = 5.0 (5.0) latest release date …

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  • 6System 7 — Infobox OS name = System 7 caption = Screenshot of System 7.5.3 developer = Apple Computer family = Mac OS Classic source model = Closed source latest release version = 7.6.1 latest release date = April 7 1997 kernel type = Monolithic for 68k,… …

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  • 7System Folder — The System Folder is the directory in classic versions of Mac OS (those prior to OS X) that holds various files required for the system to operate, such as fonts, system extensions, control panels, and preferences. Location and blessed foldersIt… …

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  • 8System Configuration — The specific definition of the elements that define and/or prescribe what a system is composed of. For example, in Systems Engineering, a System Configuration (SC) defines the computers, processes, and devices that compose the system and it s… …

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  • 9preferences — pref·er·ence || prefÉ™rÉ™ns n. favor, liking, fondness; priority, precedence, superior status; something that is preferred, favorite; (Computers) option within a menu that can be individually adjusted and determines the appearance or function… …

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  • 10Electoral system of Australia — This article is about elections to the Australian Parliament. For elections to Australian states and territories, see Electoral systems of the Australian states and territories. For the method of voting known as the Australian ballot, see Secret… …

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  • 11Voting system — For other uses, see Voting system (disambiguation). Part of the Politics series Electoral methods …

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  • 12The Wright System — Rules and procedures for a Reiterative Proportional Single Transferable Vote Computerised Count The Wright system (named after the late Jack Wright, author of the Book Mirror of a Nation s Mind and past President of the Proportional… …

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  • 13Preferential bidding system — Preferential bidding is a method of solving transport workforce schedules consisting of specific flights and certain qualified crewmembers, or pairings , while allowing those crewmembers to request periodic work schedules using weighted… …

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  • 14Two-round system — The two round system (also known as the second ballot or runoff voting) is a voting system used to elect a single winner. Under runoff voting, the voter simply casts a single vote for their favourite candidate. However, if no candidate receives… …

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  • 15Voting system of Fiji — The Fijian House of Representatives consists of 71 members, all elected from single member constuencies. Fiji used the First past the post system of voting for most of its history, but the new constitution agreed to in 1997 1998 replaced it with… …

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  • 16Australian electoral system — This article deals with elections to the Australian Parliament. For the Australian state and territories, see Electoral systems of the Australian states and territories. The Australian electoral system has evolved over nearly 150 years of… …

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  • 17Free price system — A free price system or free price mechanism (informally called the price system or the price mechanism ) is an economic system where prices are set by the interchange of supply and demand, with the resulting prices being understood as signals… …

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  • 18price system — ▪ economics Introduction       a means of organizing economic activity. It does this primarily by coordinating the decisions of consumers, producers, and owners of productive resources. Millions of economic agents who have no direct communication …

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  • 19Jemba Inertia Notes System — The Jemba Inertia Notes System is a computer software program used in rally racing that automatically prints out stage notes for competitors to use. The purpose of the system is to allow organizers to create a consistent set of pace notes for all …

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  • 20Haiku (operating system) — Haiku Company / developer Haiku Project OS family …

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