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  • Local Content in Oil Gas and Mining

    2016 1 27 This C4D based online collaboration platform connects policy makers companies academics and practitioners to share and create knowledge around local content development in the extractive industries It is a one stop shop for current debates peer to peer exchange events and critical research that will allow you to deliver better results

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  • 10 Unforeseen Effects of Deregulation

    Deregulation most notably the Garn St Germain Act of 1982 erased most of the distinctions between S Ls and commercial banks S Ls could offer riskier loans and for more than just homes They could offer checking accounts and credit cards With less oversight many S Ls went on a

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  • Overview of Environmental Law

    2019 5 31 environmental effects CEQA requires that prior to approval by a state or local agency of a project an Environmental Impact Report EIR must be prepared to identify the significant effects of a project on the environment the alternatives to the project and to indicate the manner in which those significant effects can be mitigated or avoided

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  • Local content in the oil gas and mining sectors

    2016 2 20 Regulatory mechanisms available to ensure that local content provisions are implemented are usually specified in local content legislation and regulations outlining local content requirements OGM companies can also commit to certain local content requirements under the terms of individual concession or framework agreements The strength of

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  • Social Media Mining The Effects of Big Data In the Age of

    2018 4 3 Social media mining is the process of representing analyzing and extracting actionable patterns from social media data 3 In simpler terms social media mining occurs when a company or organization collects data about social media users and analyzes it in an effort to draw conclusions about the populations of these users

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  • An Overview of the Nigerian Oil and Gas Industry Local

    The Nigerian Oil and Gas Industry has developed focusing on increasing indigenous participation in the industry This is reflected through the Nigerian government initiative of increasing Local Content and ensuring that indigenous companies have a greater part in developing oil and gas assets The current climate of the industry has largely been influenced by the

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  • The Companies Act The Social and Ethics Committee and

    2021 8 30 which includes as appropriate the company s need to take account of the legitimate interests of other stakeholders including among others the community employees customers and suppliers In terms of section 72 of the Companies Act read with Companies Regulation 43 the following companies should have appointed a Social and

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  • PDF A Study on Positive and Negative Effects of Social

    A Study on Positive and Negative Effects of Socia l Media on Society W Akram 1 R Kumar 2 1 Department of Computer Applications GDC Mendhar P oonch India

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  • Local content trade and investment Is there policy space

    1994 4 15 Local content policies are critical to ensure that the maximum of benefits from production activities accrue to local economic actors Yet local content polices entail some distortionary effects in favour of local actors which may be considered as too discriminatory if done in an unbridled manner International trade and investment rules have

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  • MGT 4350 Chapter 3 Evaluating a Company s External

    Start studying MGT 4350 Chapter 3 Evaluating a Company s External Environment Learn vocabulary terms and more with flashcards games and other study tools

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  • AN ASSESSMENT OF LOCAL CONTENT POLICY AND ITS

    2019 2 27 local content policies LCP that will protect the interest of the domestic firms and citizens Ghana began working on local content policies since 2010 The tone was set by the enactment of the Minerals and Mining General Regulations 2012 LI 2173 as a local content policy in the mining sector

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  • Competition Issues in Television and Broadcasting

    2021 4 25 Competition and Regulation Issues in Telecommunications 2001 Competition and Regulation in Broadcasting in the Light of Convergence 1998 New technologies and the dynamic effects of convergence are changing the way consumers access audio visual content

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  • Global Content Strategy How Netflix Became the World s

    2020 10 20 Global Content Strategy Use Cases for Brands Beyond the Film and Television Industries Now that we ve highlighted the benefits of building your brand s global content strategy you may still be left wondering if these tactics apply to your company s mission

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  • Social Media Mining The Effects of Big Data In the Age of

    2018 4 3 Social media mining is the process of representing analyzing and extracting actionable patterns from social media data 3 In simpler terms social media mining occurs when a company or organization collects data about social media users and analyzes it in an effort to draw conclusions about the populations of these users

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  • Media Consolidation Means Less Local News More Right

    2019 7 30 Local TV news shows collectively attract 25 million nightly viewers far more than national cable programs such as Fox News and MSNBC And that s been attractive to major media conglomerates which have been snapping up local TV stations in recent years As of 2016 five big companies controlled 37 of these stations

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  • PDF A Study on Positive and Negative Effects of Social

    A Study on Positive and Negative Effects of Socia l Media on Society W Akram 1 R Kumar 2 1 Department of Computer Applications GDC Mendhar P oonch India

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  • Mining Law 2022

    2021 9 13 Ghana Mining Laws and Regulations 2022 ICLGMining Laws and RegulationsGhana covers common issues in mining laws and regulations including the acquisition of rights ownership requirements and restrictions processing transfer and encumbrance environmental aspects native title and land rights in 15 jurisdictions

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  • Stakeholders rise over local content policy in telecom

    Stakeholders rise over local content policy in telecom sector By EMEKA AGINAM THERE are renewed protests in the telecommunications sector against the Federal Government s inability to enforce

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  • Local Content Policies in the Petroleum Industry Lessons

    2018 2 11 A What is local content The Financial Times describes local content as the materials parts etc that have been made in that country rather than imported A minimum level of local content is sometimes a requirement under trade laws when giving foreign companies the right to manufacture in a particular place 11 While

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  • Political Advertising What Effect on Commercial Advertisers

    The contrast effect varies with type of political campaign presidential or local the tone of the political ad and in the case of the 1996 presidential campaign the candidate sponsoring the ad Product ads are set apart from political ads more clearly when people view negative political ads ads from lesser known races such as referenda

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  • Outer space laws and legislation regulating the province

    2018 1 22 Companies such as Planetary Resources and Deep Space Industries want to mine asteroids or even other planets in order to sell the extracted resources Satellite Earth observation company Planet launched over 200 satellites in just four years 88 of

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  • An Overview of the Nigerian Oil and Gas Industry Local

    The Nigerian Oil and Gas Industry has developed focusing on increasing indigenous participation in the industry This is reflected through the Nigerian government initiative of increasing Local Content and ensuring that indigenous companies have a greater part in developing oil and gas assets The current climate of the industry has largely been influenced by the

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  • PDF A Study on Positive and Negative Effects of Social

    A Study on Positive and Negative Effects of Socia l Media on Society W Akram 1 R Kumar 2 1 Department of Computer Applications GDC Mendhar P oonch India

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  • IFRS

    2021 4 17 In April 2001 the International Accounting Standards Board Board adopted IAS 21 The Effects of Changes in Foreign Exchange Rates which had originally been issued by the International Accounting Standards Committee in December 1983 IAS 21 The Effects of Changes in Foreign Exchange Rates replaced IAS 21 Accounting for the Effects of Changes in Foreign Exchange Rates

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  • The Economic Impact of Local Content Requirements A

    2021 10 27 First the LCRs have a negative impact on trade in heavy vehicles in the BRICS countries The identified LCRs are estimated to restrict imports of heavy vehicles by 21 and 12 in Brazil and Russia while for the other BRICS countries imports of heavy vehicles are reduced between 9 3 and

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  • 10 Unforeseen Effects of Deregulation

    Deregulation most notably the Garn St Germain Act of 1982 erased most of the distinctions between S Ls and commercial banks S Ls could offer riskier loans and for more than just homes They could offer checking accounts and credit cards With less oversight many S Ls went on a

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  • Global Content Strategy How Netflix Became the World s

    2020 10 20 Global Content Strategy Use Cases for Brands Beyond the Film and Television Industries Now that we ve highlighted the benefits of building your brand s global content strategy you may still be left wondering if these tactics apply to your company s mission

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  • Hot Topic 11 Pros and Cons of Internet Regulation

    Hot Topic 11 Pros and Cons of Internet Regulation Where there is an advantage there is always an opposing disadvantage The Internet has been in the spotlight for years because of its increasing ability to be used by those who abuse its power Let s take a look at the pros and cons of Internet regulation

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  • Social media How do other governments regulate it

    2020 2 12 Companies will have to ensure that harmful content is removed quickly and take steps to prevent it appearing in the first place They had previously relied largely on self governance

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  • An Overview of U S

    2021 9 11 These regulations are created to protect the security of citizens and create national standards of uniformity ALL INDUSTRIES Regulation Impact Business Continuity Take Aways Sarbanes Oxley Act Corporate officers are liable for business continuity Relevant for publicly held companies in the U S

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  • Free Speech and the Regulation of Social Media Content

    2019 3 27 algorithms these platforms decide how content is displayed to other users 11 In curating this content social media sites may also edit user content combine it or draft their own additions to that content 12 These platforms are generally free to users and make revenue by selling targeted 1 ia v Hicks 539 U S 113 119 2003 2

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  • VAT in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

    2021 8 30 Local Transport Taxable Exempt 1 re obligations As an immediate step all Saudi resident businesses will be required to assess their VAT relevant turnover and ifrequired toregister for VATwith GAZT by 20 December 2017 at the latest The main VAT obligations will take effect from 1 January 2018 VAT must be charged on supplies made after

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  • Mining Law 2022

    2021 9 13 Ghana Mining Laws and Regulations 2022 ICLGMining Laws and RegulationsGhana covers common issues in mining laws and regulations including the acquisition of rights ownership requirements and restrictions processing transfer and encumbrance environmental aspects native title and land rights in 15 jurisdictions

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  • Environmental Effects of International Trade

    2015 5 17 Concerning effects of trade that come through non income chan nels they can again be negative or positive On the negative side the well known race to the bottom hypothesis is that open countries in general out of fear of adverse effects on their international competi tiveness adopt less stringent environmental regulations than less open

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  • Exposure and health effects of chemicals

    2021 10 26 Potential health effects Accidents or incorrect use of chemical products may cause immediate health effects such as skin or eye irritation or burns or poisoning There can also be longer term health effects from chemicals When these occur they are usually the result of exposure to certain chemicals over a long period of time

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  • Overview of Local Content Regulatory Frameworks in

    2020 9 2 adopted by the countries in their local content strategies 2 Policies and regulatory Frameworks for Local Content in the ECCAS region Laying a solid foundation for the implementation of local content policies through appropriate legal and regulatory framework is imperative if the desired outcomes are to be achieved The desire by

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  • Social media How do other governments regulate it

    2020 2 12 Companies will have to ensure that harmful content is removed quickly and take steps to prevent it appearing in the first place They had previously relied largely on self governance

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  • The oversight role of a Social and Ethics Committee

    2021 10 17 Section 74 and Regulation 43 of the New Companies Act of 2008 requires all state owned listed companies and companies with a public interest score of 500 and over to establish a S E Committee With the legal requirement in the new Companies Act and its regulations coupled with the code of principles of King III the need for

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  • Government regulation of social media would kill the

    2019 8 12 Government regulation of social media would kill the internet and free speech Social media companies have been criticized for disproportionately restricting content that offends political

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  • Conflict translates environmental and social risk into

    2014 5 27 In this report we investigate company–community conflict and its role in the regulation of sustainability performance in the extractive industries We estimate the cost of conflict to companies and identify conflict as an important means through which environmental and social risks are translated into business costs and decision making The paper clarifies the relationship between the

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