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CONSIDERING. That the Republic of Venezuela is a signatory to the 1980 Treaty of Montevideo, that its articles 7, 8 and 9 of section III refer to partial scope agreements and Article 25 of the same instrument authorizes the conclusion of such agreements with other countries not members of the ALADI and economic integration areas of Latin America and the Caribbean, as well as the provisions of Resolution 2 of the Council of Ministers that establishes the general rules for these agreements; That in the results of the Second Meeting of the Council of Ministers of the Latin American Integration Association the recommendations of the Plan of Action of Quito, approved during that Latin American Economic Conference regarding economic cooperation, expansion and diversification of trade and the elimination of non-tariff restrictions; That the Republic of Guyana is a Contracting Party to the Chaguaramas Agreement of 1973, which establishes the Community and Common Market of the Caribbean. (CARICOM); That both countries are signatories to the Agreement Establishing the Global System of Trade Preferences (GSTP) among developing countries signed in Belgrade on April 13, 1988, as well as the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT); That the provisions of this partial scope agreement do not contravene the commitments acquired under existing agreements; and That both countries are of different levels of economic development,
CONSIDERING. The COMPANY, defined as Public Limited Company/ SPA/LTDA for profit, develops technological and innovative solutions, boosting knowledge through creative processes based on scientific research and applied engineering, guided to generate competitive advantages to their local and international customers. Founded in 20xx, currently it has different projects developed in the country and internationally. The UNIVERSITY is a nonprofit academic community born in 1953 from Escuela de Negocios de Valparaíso (School of Business of Valparaíso) by Fundación Adolfo Ibáñez. As a higher-education nationally and internationally acknowledged institution, particularly in innovation management, technological entrepreneurship, development of applied research and teaching towards technological-based new businesses creation and management. FIRST: Scope and Objectives of the Agreement The following agreement aims to create and maintain a long term relation between the Parties, boosting and promoting knowledge exchange, excellence teaching on topics referring to creation and development of mutual interest research and technological and business innovation joint projects which strengthen and complement the abilities of both institutions. The Parties consider necessary to provide the means to create the conditions in the UNIVERSITY to allow the generation of prospective and proactive ability regarding interest topics of the COMPANY. The UNIVERSITY shall provide its best academic and research abilities to respond before the projects generated from this agreement.
CONSIDERING. The Advertiser provides advertising services in the aforementioned area.
CONSIDERING. The existence of a Free Trade Agreement between Chile and Canada; The growing trend of interrelationship among the American states, by virtue of open border policies and commercial liberalization; The need to establish contacts with other jurisdictions in a variety of areas, in terms of cultural, economic, social and other matters; and The new political and economical order that predominates in the countries of this hemisphere. Ratify the Agreement under the general norms established in the accords signed by both Chile and Canada and the objectives that follow.
CONSIDERING.  the legitimate expectations of families that competent institutions, each within its scope of activities, act to identify mortal remains, which is also an obligation arising from the entry into force of Law No. 203/201 intended to improve searches for bodies of unknown nationality for the purpose of identification;  that thanks to its accumulated experience and organisation, the ICMP can contribute to the activities undertaken by the Commissioner for the identification of migrants killed in shipwrecks in the Mediterranean whose bodies are retrieved by the Italian authorities.
CONSIDERING a) That on November 5th, 2007, it was signed the Agreement between both institutions to carry out research on the biodiversity of amphibians and reptiles in Guatemala, to do the same in field and laboratory as well as training and exchange of researchers, teachers and students of both parties, to support the development of the collection of amphibians and reptiles at the Museum of Natural History in San Carlos University, Guatemala.
CONSIDERING. ▪ On ……………………… Parties entered into a Service Agreement for the provision of Internet access allocation and related services (the “Service Agreement”). Hotspot Operator has been appointed as Controller and HotspotSystem as Processor of the Personal Data as further described in this DPA. ▪ Data Protection Laws require that any Processing of Personal Data shall be governed by an agreement between Processor and Controller, therefore Parties wish to further define their data processing relationship under the Service Agreement in this DPA. This DPA shall form an integral part of the Service Agreement. In the event of any inconsistency arising between the provisions of this DPA and the Service Agreement, the provisions of this DPA shall prevail.