Pakistan Sample Clauses

Pakistan. These country specific provisions apply if you are located in Pakistan. In such case, the following sentence shall be added after the second sentence of Section 4.1: In the event any payments are required to be paid outside Pakistan, you hereby represent that you have obtained all licenses, approvals and permits (including approval by the State Bank of Pakistan) for remittance of all amounts payable to us under this DSA.
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Pakistan. If You access the Cloud Service in Pakistan using integrated VoIP, You are responsible, and Cisco has no liability for, ensuring that Your internet service provider has the necessary authorizations to provide VoIP.
Pakistan. If You are based in Pakistan and purchase Webex Audio, You are responsible, and Cisco has no liability for, ensuring that Your internet service provider has the necessary authorizations to provide VoIP.
Pakistan. This Program License Agreement will be governed by the laws of Islamic Republic of Pakistan.
Pakistan. Billing Increments Programmable -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Billing based on Units or Money Money -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Holiday Rates Yes -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Grace Period ? -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Billing Answer After Egress ? -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Network Management -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- SNMP MIB Yes -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Fault Monitoring Yes -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Performance Statistics Yes -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Command Line Interface Yes -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Web-based Management Yes -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- SS7 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Physical Interfaces Yes -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Redundant Link No -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- # Point Codes Supported Yes -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Signaling Level Lvl 4 ISUP -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Standalone Processor Yes -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Embedded Processor Yes -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Transport Protocol Suit -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- H.323 Yes -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Support for Industry standard H.323 Clients No -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- TCP/IP Yes -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- UDP Yes -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- RTP/RTCP Yes -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- RSVP No ---------------------...
Pakistan. ‌ As with China and India, there are many conditions to improve in Pakistan when it comes to working conditions and protection of the environment. We have selected the below issues as our main priority:
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Pakistan. In 2011, the Infrastructure Project Development Facility (IPDF) and Pakistan Railways (PR) published preliminary information on a new Open Access Policy (OAP) for railways. The purpose of the policy was to aמּract private investment in locomotives, rolling stock, and new facilities for freight services. The OAP did not provide for overall open access for freight operators. Instead, it allows concession only for specific commodities and between specified origins and destinations (Box 3). 14Kang, et al. (2021), “Railways Access in China: A comparison with Europe and Japan”. Transport Policy, 108, 11-20. Table 1 Auctioned Freight Services Commodity Route Distance Cycle Time Oil Karachi-Lal Pir 953 kms 5 days General Cargo Karachi-Badami Bagh 1,220 kms 6 days GITA Karachi-Peshawar 1,600 kms 10 days Phosphate Karachi-Piranghaib 939 kms 5 days Containers Karachi-Lahore 1,225 kms 6 days Coal/Cement Karachi-Daud Khel 1,265 kms 8 days The government and railways decided what freight services they would allow to be operated by private parties. Aﬞer a series of consultations between the government and PR, tenders were invited. The 20-year private concessions, with TAC based on gross tons-km, were awarded to the highest bidders. These TAC were higher than Spain and Europe at that time. PR was supposed to provide station facilities and access to its infrastructure. The concessions resulted in operating contracts that guided access rights and priority. Investors prepared operation plans, invested in terminals, and called for expressions of interest from the international locomotive and wagon manufacturers. Total investments by private entities in rail-related services, including terminals, locomotives, and rolling stock, were estimated to be nearly Ƹ1 billion. Unfortunately, PR/MOR did not activate the concessions they had signed. In Pakistan, the rail traffic is diversified. Some routes have more traffic and hence can be more profitable than others. The private operator would be willing to pay more for that route. The 20-year of concession agreement is long enough for the private investor to work out a reasonable return on its rolling stock. Investment in the
Pakistan. LN (GHG / Kg CO2 eq and LN (GDP / Constant Value 2005 USD) The amount of GHG emissions is high for Pakistan, viewed as aggregate. Pakistan is mainly reliant upon fossil fuels (Figure 15). Figure 15. Pakistan Energy Consumption 2009 (by ShoXee) But Pakistan employs a considerable portion of hydropower – 13 per cent – and a minor portion of nuclear power. Looking at South Africa in Figure 18, it is the same trend. Emissions are high, because South Africa uses a lot of coal to generate electricity (Figure 19). Decarbonisation will be difficult and costly.
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