AGRICULTURAL COMMODITIES Sample Clauses

AGRICULTURAL COMMODITIES. Agricultural commodities agreement. Signed at Port-au-Prince March 20, 1975; entered into force March 20, 1975. 28 UST 4462; TIAS 8600. Related agreements: March 22, 1976 (28 UST 4483; TIAS 8601). May 14 and 17, 1976 (28 UST 4490; TIAS 8601). November 30, 1976 (NP). April 13, 1977 (NP). June 23, 1978 (NP). Agricultural commodities agreement, with memorandum of understanding. Signed at Port- au-Prince June 8, 1979; entered into force June 8, 1979. NP Related agreements: June 24, 1980 (NP). May 25, 1981 (NP). May 28, 1982 (NP). August 17 and 18, 1982 (NP). June 8, 1983 (NP). June 12, 1984 (NP). Agricultural commodities agreement, with an- nexes and memorandum of understanding. Signed at Port-au-Prince May 30, 1985; en- tered into force May 30, 1985. NP
AGRICULTURAL COMMODITIES. Agricultural commodities agreement. Signed at Santiago November 8, 1960; entered into force November 8, 1960. 11 UST 2668; TIAS 4663; 405 UNTS 85. Agricultural commodities agreement with ex- changes of notes. Signed at Santiago August 7, 1962; entered into force August 7, 1962. 13 UST 2269; TIAS 5195; 461 UNTS 61.
AGRICULTURAL COMMODITIES. Agricultural commodities agreement with ex- change of notes. Signed at Accra April 1, 1966; entered into force April 1, 1966.
AGRICULTURAL COMMODITIES. Agricultural commodities agreement with ex- change of notes. Exchange of notes at Rabat February 9, 1962; entered into force February 9, 1962. 13 UST 210; TIAS 4964; 442 UNTS 135. Agricultural commodities agreement with ex- change of notes. Exchange of notes at Rabat September 11, 1962; entered into force Sep- tember 11, 1962.
AGRICULTURAL COMMODITIES. Memorandum of understanding regarding the grant, delivery and free distribution of 12,000 metric tons of wheat and 10,000 metric tons of barley. Signed at Nicosia December 8, 1960; entered into force December 8, 1960. 11 UST 2687; TIAS 4666; 405 UNTS 145. Memorandum of understanding regarding the grant, sale and use of proceeds from the sale of 28,000 metric tons of wheat. Signed at Nicosia December 8, 1960; entered into force December 8, 1960. 11 UST 2693; TIAS 4667; 405 UNTS 158. Memorandum of understanding regarding the grant, sale and use of proceeds from the sale of 40,000 metric tons of wheat. Signed at Nicosia January 15, 1962; entered into force January 15, 1962. 13 UST 113; TIAS 4945; 435 UNTS 15. Memorandum of understanding regarding the grant to Cyprus of agricultural commodities for an expanded school lunch program. Signed at Nicosia March 2, 1962; entered into force March 2, 1962. 13 UST 291; TIAS 4975; 445 UNTS 189. Agricultural commodities agreement with ex- change of notes. Signed at Nicosia June 18, 1963; entered into force June 18, 1963. 14 UST 936; TIAS 5382; 479 UNTS 191. AVIATION Arrangement between the United States and the United Kingdom relating to pilot licenses to operate civil aircraft. Exchange of notes at Washington March 28 and April 5, 1935; en- tered into force May 5, 1935. 49 Stat. 3731; EAS 77; 12 Bevans 501; 162 LNTS 59. Agreement between the United States and the United Kingdom relating to air services. Signed at Bermuda February 11, 1946; entered into force February 11, 1946. 60 Stat. 1499; TIAS 1507; 12 Bevans 726; 3 UNTS 253. CONSULS Consular convention between the United States and the United Kingdom. Signed at Wash- ington June 6, 1951; entered into force Sep- tember 7, 1952. 3 UST 3426; TIAS 2494; 165 UNTS 121. COPYRIGHT (See APPENDIX)
AGRICULTURAL COMMODITIES. Agricultural commodities agreement with annex. Signed at Phnom Penh March 2, 1971; entered into force March 2, 1971. 22 UST 441; TIAS 7079; 792 UNTS 123. Amendments: September 7, 1971 (22 UST 1583; TIAS 7184; 807 UNTS 364). November 4, 1971 (22 UST 1755; TIAS 7209). December 21, 1971 (22 UST 2058; TIAS 7241). Related agreements: January 13, 1972 (23 UST 14; TIAS 7269). June 23, 1972 (23 UST 1238; TIAS 7394). October 2, 1972 (23 UST 3128; TIAS 7487). October 20, 1972 (23 UST 3131; TIAS 7487). November 24, 1972 (23 UST 3693; TIAS 7515). February 2, 1973 (24 UST 445; TIAS 7560). July 25, 1973 (24 UST 1947; TIAS 7703). August 2, 1973 (24 UST 1950; TIAS 7703). August 9, 1973 (24 UST 1952; TIAS 7703). August 13, 1973 (24 UST 1954; TIAS 7703). October 8, 1973 (24 UST 2518; TIAS 7767). October 18, 1973 (24 UST 2521; TIAS 7767). November 10, 1973 (24 UST 2522; TIAS 7767). November 15, 1973 (24 UST 2524; TIAS 7767). December 14, 1973 (24 UST 2526; TIAS 7767). April 8, 1974 (25 UST 1773; TIAS 7909). May 16, 1974 (25 UST 1777; TIAS 7909). May 24, 1974 (25 UST 1778; TIAS 7909). Agricultural commodities agreement. Signed at Phnom Penh August 10, 1974; entered into force August 10, 1974. 26 UST 45; TIAS 8008; 991 UNTS 330. Amendments: September 17, 1974 (26 UST 66; TIAS 8008; 991 UNTS 342). October 25, 1974 (26 UST 69; TIAS 8008; 991 UNTS 344). January 14, 1975 (26 UST 72; TIAS 8008; 991 UNTS 346). AVIATION Memorandum of understanding for airfield up- grading at Ream, Pochentong and Battambang. Signed at Phnom Penh August 12, 1972; en- tered into force August 12, 1972. 23 UST 3144; TIAS 7491; 898 UNTS 161. CLAIMS Agreement concerning the settlement of certain property claims. Signed at Washington October 6, 1994; entered into force October 6, 1994. TIAS 12193. COPYRIGHT (See APPENDIX)
AGRICULTURAL COMMODITIES. Agricultural commodities agreement. Signed at La Paz June 7, 1957; entered into force June 7, 1957. 8 UST 821; TIAS 3841; 291 UNTS 77.

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Agricultural cooperation The aims of the cooperation on agriculture will be: (a) to promote sustainable rural development through the exchange of experience, generation of partnership and execution of projects in areas of mutual interest such as: agricultural innovation and technology transfer for the development of small farming, the conservation and management of the water resource for agricultural use, the application of good agricultural and agro industrial practices, including gender approach in development policies and strategies, among others; (b) to promote the exchange of relevant information for agricultural exports between the 2 markets; and (c) to develop a training program addressed to leader producers, technicians and professionals for the application of new technologies in order to increase and improve agriculture and animal husbandry productivity and competitiveness, in particular of value added products.
Agricultural Export Subsidies 1. The Parties share the objective of the multilateral elimination of export subsidies for agricultural goods and shall work together toward an agreement in the WTO to eliminate those subsidies and prevent their reintroduction in any form.
Agriculture 1. Closed to Foreign Investors « For each individual crop cultivation in an area less than or equal to 25 hectares: - Main food crops are corn, soy, peanuts, green beans, rice, cassava, sweet potato; other food crops are wheat, oats, barley, rye, millet, taro, and other food crops not classified elsewhere (ISIC 0111, 0112). « For each individual crop cultivation in an area less than 25 hectares: - Estate crops as follows: > Sugar cane and other sweetening plant cultivation, tobacco plantation, rubber and other producing latex plantations, cotton plantation, textile raw material crop plantation, Medicinal/pharmaceutical crop plantation, essential oil crop plantation, and other crop plantation that is not classified in other location (ISIC 0111, 0112) > Coconut plantation, palm plantation, beverage material crop plantation (tea, coffee, and cocoa), cashew plantation, peppercorn plantation, clove plantation, and other spices crop plantation (ISIC 0113) - Breeding and propagation of the following: > Jatropha curcas plantation, sugar cane and other sweetening plants, tobacco plant, rubber and other latex producing plants, textile raw material plant, medical/pharmaceutical plant, cotton plant, essential oil plant, and other plants that are not classified in other location (ISIC 0111, 0112) > Coconut plant, palm plant, plants for beverage material (tea, coffee, and cocoa), cashew plant, peppercorn plant, clove plantation, and other spices plant (ISIC 0113) - Breeding and Propagation of Forest plants (ISIC 0111, 0200) « Pig breeding and farming in a quantity less than or equal to 125 heads, native chicken ("ayam buras") and its cross- breeding and farming (ISIC 0122) « Plantation processing product business industry below certain capacity according to Regulation of Minister of Agriculture Number 26 of 2007: - Dry Clove Flower Industry (ISIC 0140) « Capturing and Propagating Wildlife from natural Habitat except reptiles (snake, lizard, turtle, soft shell turtle and crocodile) (ISIC 0150)
Procurement of Goods and Services (a) If the HSP is subject to the procurement provisions of the BPSAA, the HSP will abide by all directives and guidelines issued by the Management Board of Cabinet that are applicable to the HSP pursuant to the BPSAA.
PROCUREMENT LOBBYING To the extent this agreement is a "procurement contract" as defined by State Finance Law Sections 139-j and 139-k, by signing this agreement the contractor certifies and affirms that all disclosures made in accordance with State Finance Law Sections 139-j and 139-k are complete, true and accurate. In the event such certification is found to be intentionally false or intentionally incomplete, the State may terminate the agreement by providing written notification to the Contractor in accordance with the terms of the agreement.
Occupational Health and Safety Act The Employer, the Union and the employees agree to be bound by the provisions of the Occupational Health and Safety Act, S.N.S. 1996, c.7.
Department Head Each department utilized by an Employer in a Production shall have one Department Head who is a member of that specific department unless a work permit is granted via Article Three Permits.
Canada A Signature Guarantee obtained from an authorized officer of the Royal Bank of Canada, Scotia Bank or TD Canada Trust. The Guarantor must affix a stamp bearing the actual words “Signature Guaranteed”, sign and print their full name and alpha numeric signing number. Signature Guarantees are not accepted from Treasury Branches, Credit Unions or Caisse Populaires unless they are members of a Medallion Signature Guarantee Program. For corporate holders, corporate signing resolutions, including certificate of incumbency, are also required to accompany the transfer, unless there is a “Signature & Authority to Sign Guarantee” Stamp affixed to the transfer (as opposed to a “Signature Guaranteed” Stamp) obtained from an authorized officer of the Royal Bank of Canada, Scotia Bank or TD Canada Trust or a Medallion Signature Guarantee with the correct prefix covering the face value of the certificate.
CFR PART 200 Procurement of Recovered Materials A non-Federal entity that is a state agency or agency of a political subdivision of a state and its contractors must comply with section 6002 of the Solid Waste Disposal Act, as amended by the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act. The requirements of Section 6002 include procuring only items designated in guidelines of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) at 40 CFR part 247 that contain the highest percentage of recovered materials practicable, consistent with maintaining a satisfactory level of competition, where the purchase price of the item exceeds $10,000 or the value of the quantity acquired during the preceding fiscal year exceeded $10,000; procuring solid waste management services in a manner that maximizes energy and resource recovery; and establishing an affirmative procurement program for procurement of recovered materials identified in the EPA guidelines. Does vendor certify that it is in compliance with the Solid Waste Disposal Act as described above? Yes
Department of Transportation 4. Time Limitation for Submittal of a Complaint - A complaint may not be brought under this subsection more than three years after the date on which the alleged reprisal took place.