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The 4G spectrum harmonization strategy was the topic of discussion recently with all industry stakeholders at an internal DoT meeting headed by the wireless adviser.
The harmonization of standards is an effort by ASEAN to create common standards in regulating the import and export of products across the 10 member countries.
5) describe the use of that toolbox for the evaluation of the potential for harmonization of carbohydrate-deficient transferrin (CDT) measurements.
Dzhakupov noted that its activities were aimed at harmonization of laws of the EurAsEC member states for development of economic aspects of integration and improvement of social welfare of people.
The review's proposals are intended to accelerate the process of regional integration and harmonization as outlined in the ASEAN ICT Masterplan 2015.
Their participation was divided into two times, and then a group was selected to continue the programme through participation in the training workshops specialized in training skills on harmonization of family.
In an acknowledgement of the difficulty of gaining political consensus for large-scale sweeping Union intervention following a seminal report from the High Level Group of Experts in 2002, the EU harmonization strategy has moved towards a less rigid form and has been marked by an increasingly broad use of alternative instruments in the form of national codes to enable flexibility and mutual recognition among Member States.
Korea FTA, CIER said that the agreement is the result of regulatory harmonization between the both sides, as over a half of the chapters in the written agreement are finalized through harmonization of rules and regulations set in the two different countries.
The International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) will be interested in this paper because there are only few empirical studies on formal and material harmonization of developing countries, especially on Indonesia.
EC MRA, as an equivalence agreement for CAPs, is subject to the same flaw--the back door effect--that makes equivalence generally unsuitable for the harmonization of standards.
Not infrequently, however, business support for regulatory harmonization at the federal level gave birth to an unmanageable offspring.
A major area of concentration in this harmonization movement is to establish strict, uniform standards for preparing and molding "dog-bone" test samples.