April 1998 Sample Clauses

April 1998. Article 16 The Parties shall apply a single system for levying indirect taxes on trade with third countries. The rates for indirect taxes on exported or imported goods shall not exceed the corre- sponding rates imposed on goods produced domestically. In trade with third countries, the Parties shall levy indirect taxes based on the principle of the country of destination. In the import or export of goods in trade with third countries, the Parties shall refrain from granting individual tax advantages in respect of the rates and system for levying val- ue-added tax and excise duties on goods subject to excise tax. Any Party shall have the right to demand information from another Party with regard to the application of rates, the mechanism by which taxes are levied and the tax advantages granted to residents and non-residents engaged in trade operations, involving goods from third countries, and to receive that information within 30 calendar days.
April 1998. A MOVE between a suppressed and expanded (or vice versa) field will generate a call to a CGA conversion routine that will insert or remove the century. For example: *+** CGA/ARC: DATE FORMAT CONVERSION-'SX' *+ MOVE CARD-DATE TO IW-CURRENT-DATE MOVE CARD-DATE TO CGACVT-SUP1 MOVE 5 TO CGACVT-POS1 CALL CGACVT USING CGACVT-EXPAND CGACVT-AREA MOVE CGACVT-EXP1 TO IW-CURRENT-DATE. In the case of moving from an expanded field to a suppressed(interpreted)field, a COBOL move may be sufficient to remove the century by truncation. In this case, no CALL is required: *+** CGA/ARC: DATE CONV BY TRUNCATION - 'XS' MOVE WS-DATE TO REPORT-DATE ARCDRIVE also supports conversions between expanded or suppressed dates with those of a single-digit century. If CALLs are required, a COPY CGACVTWS statement will be added at the end of WORKING-STORAGE to define any work fields. COMPARISONS OR CALCULATIONS INVOLVING SUPPRESSED(INTERPRETED)FIELDS When suppressed fields are involved in a comparison or calculation, they will first be expanded to temporary variables. The temporary variables will be used in the comparison or calculation. For example: *+** CGA/ARC: EXPRESSION EXPANDED *+ IF TEST-YY1 > TEST-YY2 MOVE 0 TO CGACVT-POS1 MOVE TEST-YYI TO CGACVT-SUP1 MOVE 0 TO CGACVT-POS2 MOVE TEST-YY2 TO CGACVT-SUP2 CALL CGACVT USING CGACVT-EXPAND CGACVT-AREA IF CGACVT-EXP1 > CGACVT-EXP2 This logic is essential to properly compare or calculate suppressed fields. REFERENCES TO SYSTEM DATE References in COBOL programs to the system date will be replaced by CALLs to a support routine that returns the system date in the same format, including the century. The calls are: ACCEPT FROM DAY CALL CGADATE USING CGA-XXXX-d xxx ACCEPT FROM DATE CALL CGADATE USING CGA-ADATEd xxx MOVE CURRENT-DATE CALL CGADATE USING CGA-CDATE-d xxx Where "xxx" is the receiving variable and "d" is the receiving disposition('S', 'X' or 'C'). These routines can also be adjusted to simulate an advanced system date without any special modification to the operating system. This is very useful in testing. EXPANSION(ALIGNMENT)OF GROUP FIELDS AND INTERMEDIATE AREAS _______________________________________________________________________________ Cap Gemini Implementation Group Page 36 of 40 Statement of Work # 01 for Titan Version 9.5 - April 1998 When it is determined that a group field must be enlarged due to expanded fields, any field that the group is MOVED to or from will also be expanded. This is called "alignment". If the group fie...
April 1998. It was a tripartite peace agreement between the British and Irish governments, and the majority of the political parties in Northern Ireland. It paved the way for a new, devolved government for Northern Ireland in which unionists and nationalists would share power. Among its Terms of Reference were a commitment to: ▪ Ireland shall not be one united country without the consent of a majority in Northern Ireland (i.e. a border poll). ▪ The people of Northern Ireland have the right to call themselves either Irish or British. ▪ A multi-party assembly (Stormont) will be elected to govern Northern Ireland. ▪ A north/south council be set up to consider areas of mutual interest. ▪ Linguistic diversity to be recognised and Irish was now to be taught in all schools. ▪ Paramilitary groups were to be decommissioned within two years. ▪ A gradual reduction in the number of security forces deployed in Northern Ireland. ▪ Political prisoners to be released providing the ceasefire* was maintained * Note:

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