Estonia Sample Clauses

Estonia. By accepting the Option, the Participant shall be deemed to acknowledge (i) that he or she has carefully read and understands and agrees with the Agreement, the Plan and the Management Partnership agreement as of the Grant Date (collectively, the “Compensation Award Agreements”), including without limitation Sections 3.1, 3.2, 4.13 and 6.4 of the Plan and Section 13 of the Agreement and agrees that none of the terms of the Compensation Award Agreements are imbalanced or harmful to him or her, and (b) that he or she unconditionally and irrevocably waives any rights to amend or dispute the validity of any of the terms and/or conditions of the Compensation Award Agreements, or to request any court to do the same, on the basis of any law or regulation of Estonia or any other jurisdiction. By accepting the Option, the Participant consents and agrees to assume liability for any fringe benefit tax that may be imposed on or otherwise payable by the Company and/or the Participant’s employer in connection with the Option, consistent with the restrictions and limitations of applicable laws. Further, by accepting the Option, the Participant agrees that the Company and/or the Participant’s employer may withhold from Option proceeds or collect the fringe benefit tax from the Participant by any of the means set forth in the Agreement or Plan or any other reasonable method established by the Company. The Participant agrees to execute any other consents or elections required to accomplish the foregoing, promptly upon request of the Company. HONG KONG
Estonia. If the requirements in Section 8.6 of the Agreement to conduct an arbitration in Texas in accordance with Texas law and the rules of the Federal Arbitration Act or the Commercial Arbitration Rules of the American Arbitration Association are found to be invalid or unenforceable, all disputes arising in connection with this Agreement will be finally settled by arbitration that will be held in Helsinki, Finland in accordance with the arbitration laws of Finland then in effect. Each party will appoint one arbitrator, and the two arbitrators shall appoint the third arbitrator to serve as the chairman. The official language of the proceedings shall be English and the decision of the arbitrators shall be final. Any other requirements set forth in Section 8.6 of the Agreement shall remain in full force and effect to the extent permitted by applicable law.
Estonia. The following areas in Estonia:— the linn of Elva,— the linn of Võhma,— the linn of Kuressaare,— the linn of Rakvere,— the linn of Tartu,— the linn of Viljandi,— the maakond of Harjumaa (excluding the part of the vald of Kuusalu located to the South of road 1 (E20), the vald of Aegviidu and the vald of Anija),— the maakond of Ida-Virumaa,— the maakond of Läänemaa,— the maakond of Pärnumaa,— the maakond of Põlvamaa,— the maakond of Võrumaa,— the maakond of Valgamaa,— the maakond of Raplamaa,— the vald of Suure-Jaani,— the part of the vald of Tamsalu located to the North-East of the Tallinn-Tartu railway,— the vald of Tartu,— the vald of Abja,— the vald of Alatskivi,— the vald of Haaslava,— the vald of Haljala,— the vald of Tarvastu,— the vald of Nõo,— the vald of Ülenurme,— the vald of Tähtvere,— the vald of Rõngu,— the vald of Rannu,— the vald of Konguta,— the vald of Puhja,— the vald of Halliste,— the vald of Kambja,— the vald of Karksi,— the vald of Kihelkonna,— the vald of Kõpu,— the vald of Lääne-Saare,— the vald of Laekvere,— the vald of Leisi,— the vald of Luunja,— the vald of Mäksa,— the vald of Meeksi,— the vald of Muhu,— the vald of Mustjala,— the vald of Orissaare,— the vald of Peipsiääre,— the vald of Piirissaare,— the vald of Pöide,— the vald of Rägavere,— the vald of Rakvere,
Estonia. Estonia has about 1.351 million inhabitants (as of January 2005). The largest ethnic groups are Estonians (68%), Russians (26%), Ukrainians (2%), Belarussians (1%) and Finns (1%). Estonian is the only official language in Estonia in local government and state institutions. The Estonian language belongs to the Finno-Ugric language family and is closely related to Finnish. Finnish, English, Russian and German are also widely spoken and understood in Estonia.
Estonia. Section 15- Governing Law The following replaces the first paragraph of this Section: All disputes arising in conjunction with this Agreement shall be settled in arbitration. Each party shall appoint an arbitrator and the parties shall jointly appoint the Chairman. If the parties can not agree on who the Chairman will be, then the Central Chamber of Commerce in Helsinki will appoint the Chairman. In arbitration, the Law on Arbitration will be binding. The arbitrators shall come together in Helsinki. Finnish law will apply.
Estonia. In 2004, 10 Estonian institutions took part in the MINERVA survey of multilingualism in cultural websites. These included 3 archives, 1 library, 5 museums and 1 other cultural organisation: Types of the institutions Institution typeNumberArchive3Library1Museum5Other1Sum10 SummaryArchive (entirely or partly)3Cultural site (entirely or partly)0Library (entirely or partly)1Museum (entirely or partly)5Other (entirely or partly)1 Languages available Monolingual websites2Bilingual websites3 Multilingual websites - available in 3 languages3- available in 4 languages2 Available in EnglishThere are 8 from 10 websites available in English. Tools for information retrieval Number of institutionsControlled vocabulary0Free text indexing4No tool6Other tool0As this was not a representative sample, 34 additional websites were surveyed via the Internet. These included 30 museums (museums within the government of the Ministry of Culture, county museums and municipal museums financed by the Ministry of Culture), 20 libraries (research and special libraries and central libraries) and 4 archives (governmental and national archival institutions). 24 of these websites were monolingual while 30 were multilingual as follows:• 20 sites were available in 2 languages• 7 sites were available in 3 languages• 2 site was available in 4 languages• 1 site was available in 5 languages 4 foreign languages were represented including English (28), Russian (9), German (4) and Finnish (3). The extent to which the contents are available in these languages varies. On the web pages there are many signs of work-in-progress: pages in other languages being announced or in an early stage of development.
Estonia. Section 9- Title The following replaces the first sentence in this Section: When you order a Machine, we transfer title to you on the date you receive delivery from IBM.
Estonia. Cerulus, L., 2021. West lacks clear plan to rival China’s ‘Belt and Road,’ Estonia says. POLITICO, [online] September 3. Available at: <> [Accessed 17December]. Government Communication Unit, 2017a. Ratas: increased flow of goods from China through Estonia would stimulate transit. [online] 27 November. Available at:< stimulate-transit> [Accessed 3 December 2021]. Government Communication Unit, 2017b. Prime Minister Ratas: The cooperation between Estonia and China has a lot of potential. [online] 17 April. Available at:< china-has-lot-potential> [Accessed 3 December 2021]. Government Communication Unit, 2018a. Prime Minister and Minister of Rural Affairs will meet with members of government of China. [online] 6 July. Available at:< state-china> [Accessed 3 December 2021]. Government Communication Unit, 2018b. Prime Minister Ratas at the China-CEEC Summit: we need more digital approach in our cooperation. [online] 7 July. Available at:< digital-approach-our-cooperation> [Accessed 3 December 2021]. Government Communications Unit, 2018c. Ratas and the prime minister of China discussed the development of trade and the opportunities of the Estonian food industry in the Chinese market. [online] 6 July. Available at: < minister-china-discussed-development-trade-and-opportunities-estonian-food> [Accessed 3December 2021]. Government Communication Unit, 2019. Prime Minister Jüri Ratas will participate in a meeting of China and Central and Eastern European countries in Dubrovnik. 11 April. [online] Available at: < meeting-china-and-central-and-eastern-european> [Accessed 3 December 2021].Haavala, K., 2020. Aab: The Tallinn-Helsinki tunnel is possible as a project between two states. [online] 31 July. Available at: < helsinki-tunnel-possible-project-between-two-states> [Accessed 3 December 2021]. Känd, V., 2014. Rõivas at the meeting with the...
Estonia. The responsible organization for icebreaking in Estonia is the Estonian Maritime Administration. The Director-General of the Estonian Maritime Administration decides on traffic restrictions and directives on winter navigation. The icebreaking coordination centre consisted of 10 members in 2013, chaired by the Head of the Maritime Safety Division of the Maritime Administration, and acts as an advisory board for the Director-General in icebreaking issues. Ports that are serviced by state ice-breakers are Muuga Harbour, harbours of Tallinn and Kopli Bay, Paldiski North Harbour, Paldiski South Harbour, Kunda Harbour, Sillamäe Harbour and Pärnu Harbour.Estonia has two icebreakers, TARMO and BOTNICA, to operate in the Gulf of Finland area, and the multi- purpose vessel EVA-316 to operate in the Pärnu Bay. Icebreaking to the port of Pärnu was carried out by multi-purpose vessel EVA 316. Icebreaking for Gulf of Finland was carried out by IB TARMO and IB BOTNICA Icebreakers engaged by the Estonian Maritime Administration 2012/2013: NameTypeEngine powerTARMOIcebreaker10 000 kWEVA 316Multi-Purpose Vessel3 x 1 717 kWBOTNICAIcebreaker10 000 kW