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Daily Archives: November 22, 2017

ITU Celebrates 90 Anniversary ITU-R Study Groups

Geneva (ABC Live):ITU-R Study Groups : High-level public and private sector radiocommunication stakeholders from around the globe gathered in Geneva today to mark 90 years of sustainable development of the Wireless Ecosystem, with the 90th anniversary of the CCIR[1]/ITU Radiocommunication Sector (ITU-R) Study Groups. The achievements of the ITU-R Study Groups was recognized as a testimony of the inspiring global …

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IMF, Iraq Discuss Iraq Stand-By Arrangement Review

Washington, D.C (ABC Live): Iraq Stand-By Arrangement Review :The Iraqi authorities and the staff of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) continued discussions in Amman from November 17 to 21, 2017 on the third review of 36-month Iraq Stand-By Arrangement Review (SBA). The IMF Executive Board approved the SBA on July 7, 2016 (See Press Release No. 16/321), and com pleted the …

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Know ILO The Fair Recruitment Initiative

New Delhi (ABC Live): Fair Recruitment Initiative :In today’s globalized economy, workers are increasingly looking for job opportunities beyond their home country in search of decent work and better livelihoods. In addition, millions of workers migrate internally in search of decent work. Public and private employment agencies, when appropriately regulated, play an important role in the efficient and equitable functioning …

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ICAO Supports Open Air Traffic Flow Management

Singapore (ABC Live): Air Traffic Flow Management : ICAO Secretary General Dr. Fang Liu told ICAO Member States today that in order for them to safely and efficiently manage forecast growth, and optimize the social and economic benefits of increased international routes and flights, they need to become more open to sharing flight data in support of new Air Traffic Flow …

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21 Million HIV Patients Have Access to Antiretroviral Therapy

New York (ABC Live): Antiretroviral Therapy : About 20.9 million people now have access to the antiretroviral therapy, according to a new report by the UN agency leading the global push to end AIDS, spotlighting that this remarkable progress has been made possible by people living with HIV demanding their rights, strong leadership and financial commitment. “People, no matter what …

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