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Quarterly data on new orders, state of the orderbook and ships completed
- New Orders, State of the Orderbook and Ships Completed: January-June 2005
- New Orders, State of the Orderbook and Ships Completed, 2004
- New Orders, the State of the Orderbook and Ships Completed: January to June 2004
- New Orders, State of the Orderbook and Ships Completed, 2003
- New Orders, State of the Orderbook and Ships Completed: January to June 2003
- New Orders, State of the Orderbook and Ships Completed, January-December 2002
- New Orders, State of the Orderbook and Ships Completed, January-December 2001
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The "Agreement Respecting Normal Competitive Conditions in the Commercial Shipbuilding and Repair Industry" aims at establishing, a 'level playing field' in the commercial shipbuilding and repair industry.
This paper provides a link between the degree of entrepreneurial activity in a country and the growth performance.
The growing use of network technologies and the global nature of electronic commerce increase the likelihood that consumers will interact with businesses outside of their home country.
A comprehensive inventory of existing consumer protection laws, fair business, fair marketing and disclosure requirements in the context of electronic commerce.
MARITIME TRANSPORT COMMITTEE ANNUAL REPORT 2000
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Since the introduction of competition in the telecommunication sector, there have been significant changes in the structure of the telecommunications market.
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In early 1999, the OECD launched an internationally comparable study of the diffusion and economic and competitive impacts of business-to-business electronic commerce over the Internet.
This paper provides a perspective from evolutionary economic theory on recent growth differences in the OECD area.
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Tariff trends and quality of service indicators, discussed in chapters two to five of this report, are relatively unique to the telecommunications sector as measures of performance. There are a number of other indicators, explored in this chapter...