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Member Countries. The government of any country which is not a Member of the OECD may, on the approval of the Executive Committee, acting by unanimity, and, where required, with the approval of the Committee for Energy Research and Technology, be invited to participate as a Contracting Party in this Agreement (or to designate a national agency, public organization, private corporation, company or other entity to do so), under the conditions stated in paragraph (a) above.
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Member Countries. Austria Belgium Denmark Finland France Cooperative Agreement.—Canada. Germany Ireland Italy Netherlands Norway Portugal Spain Sweden Switzerland United Kingdom European Space Operations Center (E.S.O.C.), Robert-Xxxxx-Xxx. 0, X–00000 Xxxxxxxxx, Xxxxxxx, phone 011–49–6151–900, fax 011–49–6151–90495. European Space Research and Technology Center (E.S.T.E.C.), Xxxxxxxxxx 0, XX–0000, XX Xxxxxxxxx, XX, Xxx Xxxxxxxxxxx, phone 011–31–71–565–6565; Telex: 844–39098, fax 011–31–71–565–6040. European Space Research Institute (E.S.R.I.N.), Via Xxxxxxx Xxxxxxx, Xxxxxxx Postale 00, 00000 Xxxxxxxx, Xxxxx. Phone, 011–39–6–94–18–01; fax 011–39–6–9418–0280. Washington Office (E.S.A.), Suite 7800, 000 X’Xxxxxx Xxxxx XX. 00000. Head of Office.—Xxxxxxxx Xxxxxxxx, 488–4158, fax: (202) 488–4930, INTER-AMERICAN DEFENSE BOARD 0000 00xx Xxxxxx 00000, phone 939–6041, fax 387–2880
Member Countries. Australia Austria Belgium Canada Chile Colombia Costa Rica Czech Republic Denmark Estonia Finland France Germany Greece Hungary Iceland Ireland Israel Italy Japan Korea Latvia Lithuania Luxembourg Mexico Netherlands New Zealand Norway Poland Portugal Slovak Republic Slovenia Spain Sweden Switzerland Turkey United Kingdom United States OECD WASHINGTON CENTER 1776 Eye Street, NW., Suite 450, 20006, phone (202) 785–6323, fax 315–2508 Head of Center.—Will Davis. PAN AMERICAN HEALTH ORGANIZATION (PAHO) REGIONAL OFFICE OF THE WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION 525 23rd Street, NW., 20037, phone (202) 974–3000 fax 974–3663
Member Countries. Table-1: List of the 14 participating HIA member countries and their contracting parties. HIA Member Country Contracting Party Canada Natural Resources Canada Stuart Energy Systems (formerly the Electrolyzer Corporation) Denmark Danish Gas Technology Center European Commission Joint Research Center Iceland 1 National Energy Authority Italy Ente per le Nouve Technologie, L’Energia E L’Ambiente (ENEA) Japan New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization (NEDO) Lithuania 1 Lithuanian Energy Institute Netherlands Netherlands Agency for Energy and the Environment (NOVEM) Norway Research Council of Norway Spain Ministry of Industry and Energy Sweden Swedish Energy Agency Switzerland Swiss Federal Office of Energy United Kingdom Department of Trade and Industry United States Department of Energy 1 Non-IEA-member country participant During the 5-year term, Italy returned to active status. The United Kingdom rejoined the HIA, this time with the Department of Trade and Industry as the Contracting Party. Non-IEA- member country participants were Lithuania, who joined the HIA in March 2002, and Iceland, who joined at the second part of 2003. Denmark was stated to join the HIA in early 2004. Turkey remains a signatory to the HIA, but is considered inactive. Singapore has applied to the IEA for participation in the HIA as a non-IEA-member country. Australia, Austria, Finland, France, Korea and New Zealand have expressed strong interest to join the HIA, while Hungary and Mexico are still considering their membership.
Member Countries. The Comprehensive Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (CTPPA) is a trade agreement between 11 Pacific Region nations, namely, Australia, Brunei, Canada, Chile, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Peru, Singapore and Vietnam. The CPTPP will enter into force for Brunei, Chile, Malaysia and Peru 60 days after the respective countries complete their respective ratification process. Malaysia is planning to ratify CPTPP by the third quarter of 2022.

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  • Central Bargaining Committee (a) In central bargaining between the Canadian Union of Public Employees and the participating hospitals, an employee serving on the Union's Central Negotiating Committee shall be paid for time lost from his normal straight time working hours at his regular rate of pay and without loss of leave credits for attending central negotiating meetings with the Hospitals' Central Negotiating Committee in direct negotiations up to the point of arbitration. In addition, an employee serving on the Union’s Central Negotiating Committee shall be paid for time lost from his normal straight time working hours at his regular rate of pay and without loss of leave credits for two (2) days of preparation time for such central negotiating meetings with the Hospital’s Central negotiating Committee. Upon reference to arbitration, the Negotiating Committee members shall receive unpaid time off for the purpose of attending arbitration hearings. It is understood and agreed that the maximum number of Union Central Negotiating Committee members entitled to payment under this provision shall be eight (8), and in no case will more than one employee from a hospital be entitled to such payment. The Union shall advise the Hospitals' Central Negotiating Committee, before negotiations commence, of those employees to be paid under this provision. The Hospitals' Central Negotiating Committee shall advise the eight (8) Hospitals accordingly.

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  • Regulatory Activities Beginning on the Effective Date and to the extent UGNX remains the Lead Development Party with respect to a particular territory, subject to and in accordance with the terms and conditions of this Agreement and the requirements of Applicable Laws, UGNX, shall: (a) use Commercially Reasonable Efforts to file (or have filed) all Regulatory Filings with respect to the Licensed Products in the Field in order to obtain Marketing Approvals in each country in the Territory and the European Territory (or to obtain the European Centralized Approval in the European Core Territory) and in order to obtain Pricing and/or Reimbursement Approvals in the Profit Share Territory; (b) respond in a timely fashion to requests for data and information from Regulatory Authorities with respect to the Licensed Products in the Field in the Territory and the European Territory; and (c) meet with officials of the Regulatory Authorities at such times as may be requested by such Regulatory Authorities with respect to the Core Development Activities (“Regulatory Activities”), provided that KHK will have primary responsibility for obtaining, and UGNX shall provide all assistance reasonably requested by KHK, in relation to Pricing and/or Reimbursement Approvals for the Licensed Products in the Field in the European Territory. For the avoidance of doubt, UGNX will be responsible for obtaining, and KHK will provide all assistance reasonably requested by UGNX, in relation to Pricing and/or Reimbursement Approvals, if any, for the Licensed Products in the Field in the Profit Share Territory as part of the UGNX Core Development Activities, it being understood that the costs incurred by UGNX in connection with such activities will be shared equally (50/50). All such Regulatory Activities will be conducted in a manner consistent with the Core Development Plan and coordinated by the JSC in accordance with Article 3. Without limiting the applicability of the foregoing and the remainder of this Article 5, UGNX shall interface with the applicable Regulatory Authority(ies) and, through the JDC, shall keep KHK reasonably informed of all material events and developments occurring in the course of the Regulatory Activities, including scheduled UGNX regulatory strategy discussions and meetings with Regulatory Authorities in the Territory and the European Territory relating to the Licensed Products in the Field.

  • European Monetary Union If, as a result of the implementation of European monetary union, (a) any currency ceases to be lawful currency of the nation issuing the same and is replaced by a European common currency, then any amount payable hereunder by any party hereto in such currency shall instead be payable in the European common currency and the amount so payable shall be determined by translating the amount payable in such currency to such European common currency at the exchange rate recognized by the European Central Bank for the purpose of implementing European monetary union, or (b) any currency and a European common currency are at the same time recognized by the central bank or comparable authority of the nation issuing such currency as lawful currency of such nation, then (i) any Loan made at such time shall be made in such European common currency and (ii) any other amount payable by any party hereto in such currency shall be payable in such currency or in such European common currency (in an amount determined as set forth in clause (a)), at the election of the obligor. Prior to the occurrence of the event or events described in clause (a) or (b) of the preceding sentence, each amount payable hereunder in any currency will continue to be payable only in that currency. The Borrowers agree, at the request of the Required Lenders, at the time of or at any time following the implementation of European monetary union, to enter into an agreement amending this Agreement in such manner as the Required Lenders shall reasonably request in order to avoid any unfair burden or disadvantage resulting from the implementation of such monetary union and to place the parties hereto in the position they would have been in had such monetary union not been implemented, the intent being that neither party will be adversely affected economically as a result of such implementation and that reasonable provisions shall be adopted to govern the borrowing, maintenance and repayment of Loans denominated in currencies other than Dollars after the occurrence of the event or events described in clause (a) or (b) of the preceding sentence.

  • Typical activities (i) Assist in the management of a large functional unit with a diverse or complex set of functions and significant resources.

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