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Caribbean Region : Issues in U. S. Relations

By: Mark P. Sullivan

...eceived through the CRS Web Order Code RL32160 Caribbean Region: Issues in U.S. Relations Updated April 27, 2005 Mark P. Sullivan Specialist in Lat... ...rs Foreign Affairs, Defense, and Trade Division Caribbean Region: Issues in U.S. Relations Summary With some 34 million people and 16 independent na... ...oorest nations. The region consists of 13 island nations, from the Bahamas in the north to Trinidad and Tobago in the south; Belize, which is geograph... ...nrest and violence beginning April 14, 2005. The unrest was prompted by a telecommunications union strike that left the country without telephone or ... ...evelopments and U.S. Policy Since 1991 and Current Congressional Concerns. Montserrat. Two bills — H.R. 342 (Owens), introduced Jan. 25, 2005, and S. ... ...d temporary protected status in the United States because of conditions in Montserrat. CRS-21 For Additional Reading CRS Report RL32001, AIDS in the...

...an is a diverse region that includes some of the hemisphere’s richest and poorest nations. The region consists of 13 island nations, from the Bahamas in the north to Trinidad and Tobago in the south; Belize, which is geographically located in Central America; and the two nations of Guyana and Suriname, located on the north central coast of South America. With the exception...

... . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 U.S. Foreign Assistance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 AIDS in the Caribbean . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Hurricane Disaster Assistance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 U.S. Relief Efforts ...

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Telecommunications in Montserrat

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...Montserrat possesses a number of telecommunications systems, including mobile and main line telephone, radio... ...mobile and main line telephone, radio and television. The country code for Montserrat is "MS". In Montserrat, there are 4,000 tele... ...d television. The country code for Montserrat is "MS". In Montserrat, there are 4,000 telephone main lines in use. There are 17 in... ...lines in use. There are 17 internet service providers. Montserrat possesses an AM radio station, and 2 FM stations. These serve 7,... ...radios (by 1997 figures). There is one television broadcast station, which in 1997 was serving 3,000 televisions. References ... ... Telecommunications in North America ... ... Telecommunications in North America ... ...tinique Montserrat ... ... Telecommunications ...

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1991 Guidebook Caribbean Basin Initiative

By: Jim Phillips

... \ ^ ANT10UA AND BARBUDA **w Si Johns ST. CHRISTOPHER-NEVIS "-A" 01* 1""107* MONTSERRAT T Rost)nl' r . ST LUCIA NGTH ANTILLES (T Castilaa 8T. VINCENTj... ...enter U.S. DEPARTMENTOFCOMMERCE International Trade Administration Published in cooperation with the U.S. Agency for International Development, Novemb... ...o promote private sector-led economic growth, stability, and diversification in the CBI region. A primary method by which this was accomplished was th... ...tion, several other programs and organizations have been mobilized to assist in this worthy effort. The purpose of this guidebook is to provide an ove... ...minican Republic El Salvador Grenada Guatemala Guyana Haiti Honduras Jamaica Montserrat Netherlands Antilles Panama 3 St. Kitts-Nevis St Lucia St. Vin... ... one or more deepwater ports, adequate roads, water, electricity, and modern telecommunications facilities. Virtually all ofthe CBI countries have or ... ...I countries are a highly diverse group, ranging in population from 11,500 in Montserrat to 8 million in Guatemala, and inGNP per capita from less than...

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Telecommunications

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...signals Telecommunications history ... ... Radio Telecommunications equipment ... ... Telecommunications in Africa ... ... Telecommunications in Africa ... ... Telecommunications in Asia ... ... Telecommunications in Europe ... ... Montserrat ... ... Montserrat ...

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Spain in the Investment Development Path

By: Campa, José M; Guilln, Mauro F.

...er 1994 Research funding from the Carnegie Bosch Institute for Applied Studies in International Management is gratefully acknowledged.We also thank Ca... ...ational Management is gratefully acknowledged.We also thank Carlos Pereira and Montserrat Luengo for research assistance. SETTS INSTITUTE OFTECHNOLOG... ...ation advantages of outward and inward Spanish foreign direct investment (FDI) in order to test the predictions of the theory of the investment develo... ...to test the predictions of the theory of the investment development path (TDP) in the case of a middle-income country. We first present the historical... ...n, German and French investment in electrical machinery, chemicals, autos, and telecommunications despite growing restrictions to foreign investment a... ... in services, both financial and non-financial (utilities, air transportation, telecommunications). Outward manufacturing FDI as a percentage ofGDP tr...

Includes bibliographical references (p. 24-26) ; Funded by the Carnegie Bosch Institute for Applied Studies in International Management ;

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Montserrat

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... Demonym Montserratian Sovereign stat... ... a. Abandoned in 1997 following a volcanic eruption. Government buildings are located in ... ... Topographic map of Montserrat showing the "exclusion zone" due to volcanic activity, and the n... ...showing the "exclusion zone" due to volcanic activity, and the new airport in the north. The roads and settlements in the exclusion zone have mostly b... ...sion zone have mostly been destroyed. Montserrat is a British Overseas Territory located in the Caribbean. The i... ... Montserrat is a British Overseas Territory located in the Caribbean. The island is located in the Leeward Islands, part of the... ... Telecommunications ...

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The Multinational Glass Ceiling : National Context and Global Cultural Models in the Middle-Range Countries

By: Guilln, Mauro F

...s, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is t... ...any service that offers this file for download or commercial distribution in any form, (See complete disclaimer http://WorldLibrary.net/Copyrights.h... ...'^' THEMULTINATIONALGLASSCEILING: NationalContextand Global CulturalModels in theMiddle-Range Countries Working Paper No. 3860-BPS/94 Mauro F. Guillen... ... foreign capital played a key role in mining, railways, insurance, energy, telecommunications, machinery, and heavy industry (Campa and Guillen 1995).... ...'s foreign investments have to do with services. Such firms as Telefonica (telecommunications), Iberia (airline). Banco Santander and BBV (banking), A... ...iversity. Trends, and Conflicts . Cambridge, Mass.: The MIT Press. Casado, Montserrat. 1995. "La capacidad tecnologica de la economia espanola: Un bal...

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Telecommunications equipment

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...quipment or communications equipment) is hardware used for the purposes of telecommunications. Since the 1990s the boundary between telecoms equipment... ... blurred as a result of the growth of the internet and its increasing role in the transfer of telecoms data.[1][2] ... ...4 References Types Telecommunications equipment can be broadly broken down into the following ... ... Vendors The world's five largest telecommunications equipment (ex. mobile phone handsets) vendors measured b... ...d's five largest router and switch vendors measured by applicable revenues in the second quarter of 2013 are:[5] Cisco ... ...The world's 10 largest mobile phone handset vendors measured by unit sales in the second quarter of 2013 are (global market share shown in parentheses... ... Montserrat ... ... Montserrat ...

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Newfoundland Post Office Guide 1948

By: Newfoundland. Department of Finance.

...THORITY OF THE COMMISSIONER FOR FINANCE The services and charges set out in this volume are liable to change without notice. Supplements will be is... ... garding his office or any settlement served by his office, which appears in this Guide, is incorrect he must notify the Secretary without delay. ... ...ings Bank Post Office 186 Chapter IV National Savings Stamps 189 PARTV TELECOMMUNICATIONS Chapter I Telegraph Services available . 192 Chapter ... ...hone Service 220 Chapter V Radio 223 PART VI LIST OF OFFICES, ETC. A. In Newfoundland 228 B. In Newfoundland Labrador 282 INDEX PARTI Miscel... ...Aden Jamaica Alaska Kenya and Uganda Ascension Leeward Islands (Antigua, Montserrat, Nevis and Australia St. Kills) Austria Macao Bahamas Madeira... ...ck, Souk el Gharb, Tebine. LEEWARD ISLANDS (Antigua, Barbuda, Dominica, Montserrat, Nevis, St. Kitts, Tortola, Virgin Gorda, Anegada and Jose-Van ... ... SERVICES AVAILABLE : (i) Air Letters (ii) Small Packets. PROHIBITIONS : Montserrat only : Coin; Packets of pictorial Postcards for importation as p... ...ed by the owner, in the Newfound- land Savings Bank. to o 191 PARTY TELECOMMUNICATIONS Chapter I Telegraph Services Available Chapter II Coun... ... and completed by the Postmaster who must forward it to the Controller of Telecommunications, St. John's by first mail. 195 CHAPTER II COUNTING ...

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Telecommunications facility

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... A transmission pathway and associated equipment. In a protocol applicable to a data unit, such as a block or frame (telecomm... ... In a protocol applicable to a data unit, such as a block or frame (telecommunications), an additional item of information or a constraint enco... ...ty system, pavement, and underlying land.[1][2] In Canada Under Canadian federal and Québécois provincia... ... Under Canadian federal and Québécois provincial law, a telecommunications facility, for the purposes of determining whether GST ap... ...l system or any part thereof) that is used or is capable of being used for telecommunications". This is a very broad definition that includes a wide r... ...e LAN connector jack can be considered to be a telecommunications facility in Canada, for tax purposes.[3][4][5] References ... ... Montserrat ...

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The Army Lawyer : December 1997 ; Da Pam 27-50-299: December 1997 ; DA PAM 27-50-299

By: Ronald T. P. Alcala, Editor; Charles J. Strongs

...hly by The Judge Advocate General's School for the official use of Army lawyers in the performance of their legal responsibilities. The opinions exp... ...ormance of their legal responsibilities. The opinions expressed by the authors in the articles, however, do not necessarily reflect the view of The ... ...eneral or the Department of the Army. Masculine or feminine pronouns appearing in this pamphlet refer to both genders unless the context indicates ... ... Barbados Georgia Monaco Swaziland Belarus Germany Mongolia Sweden Belgium Ghana Montserrat Switzerland Belize Greece Morocco Syria Benin Grenada Moza... ... Project Office ATTN: Sysop 9016 Black Rd., Ste. 102 Fort Belvoir, VA 22060 c. Telecommunications setups are as follows: (1) The telecommunications... ...seen in any communications application other than World Group Manager. (2) The telecommunications configuration for World Group Manager is: Modem ... ...ly) TELNET setup: Host = 134.11.74.3 (PC must have Internet capability) (3) The telecommunications for TELNET/Internet access for users not using Wor...

...ary personnel issues. As the focus of this discussion is military personnel law, I will not discuss the Army Clemency and Parole Board, which I cover in a military justice course. In addition, because discussion of the issues involved in processing physical disability cases would exceed the time we have today, I will not discuss ARBA’s physical disability appeal boards. We...

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Telecommunications in Kosovo

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...ne Fixed telephony penetration rate is among the lowest in Europe with 4.48 lines per 100 inhabitants.[1] Mobil... ...r 100 inhabitants.[1] Mobile phones In 2010, 74 percent of the population was subscribed to mobile phone servic... ...was subscribed to mobile phone services, or a total number of 1,537,164[2] In 2007, PTK reported growth of subscribers from 300,000 to 800,000 in less... ... I.T.S. See also Telecommunications in Serbia References ... ... External links Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (ART) ... ... Telecommunications ... ... Montserrat ... ... Montserrat ...

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The New International Year Book A Compendium Of The Worlds Progress For The Year 1959

...FUNK AND WAGNALLS COMPANY 1960 NEW YORK 1960 BY FUNK ft WAGNALLS COMPANY [Printed in the United State* of America) Utrtry of Congress dialog Ctrd dum... ... introduced a wholenew nomenclature into theYear Book. The possibility of a change in the status of Berlin, at Soviet instigation, touched off so much... ...ts the failure of the Great Powers to arrange a Summit Conference during the year, in spite of prolonged negotiations and extensive exchanges of notes... ...countries at the Or- dinary Administrative Radio Conference of the In- ternational Telecommunications Union, which con- vened in Geneva, Switzerland, ... ...ain and extend international co- operation for the improvement and rational use of telecommunications of all kinds. At the election held in Geneva dur... ...graphy, telephony, and radio. On the basis of reports available a working party of telecommunications experts, convened by ITU andECAFE in Tokyo in Ma... ...tigua, with Barbuda and Redonda; St. Christopher (St. Kitts), Nevis, and Anguilla; Montserrat; and the British Virgin Islands. Total area: 422.5 sq.mi... ...escent. Production and Trad*. The chief crop in St. Kitts and Antigua is sugar; in Montserrat and Nevis, cot- ton. Tourism is becoming an important ec... ...stab- lished in 1958 and comprising ANTIGUA, BARBADOS, DOMINICA, GRENADA, JAMAICA, MONTSERRAT, ST. KITTS-NEVIS-ANCUILLA, ST. LUCIA, ST. VINCENT, and T...

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Telecommunications in Angola

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... controls all broadcast media with a nationwide reach. In 2001, toward the end of Angolan Civil War, the government began adopting... ...com industry. This enabled private investments to revitalize the country’s telecommunications infrastructure which had been severely damaged by the de... ...ng conflict. By 2012, Angola had one of the largest mobile telecom markets in sub-Saharan Africa and Internet access was growing steadily. The Ministr... ... Africa and Internet access was growing steadily. The Ministry of Post and Telecommunications (MCT) oversees the telecommunications sector which is re... ... communication satellite, built by Rosoboronexport, is scheduled to launch in 2016.[3] Angola Telecom is one of twelve comp... ... 2012, up from just over 3 percent in 2007, according to the International Telecommunications Union (ITU). Fixed-line broadband subscriptions, however... ... Montserrat ... ... Montserrat ...

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The New International Year Book a Compendium of the Worlds Progress for the Year 1959

...FUNK AND WAGNALLS COMPANY 1960 NEW YORK 1960 BY FUNK ft WAGNALLS COMPANY [Printed in the United State* of America) Utrtry of Congress dialog Ctrd dum... ... introduced a wholenew nomenclature into theYear Book. The possibility of a change in the status of Berlin, at Soviet instigation, touched off so much... ...ts the failure of the Great Powers to arrange a Summit Conference during the year, in spite of prolonged negotiations and extensive exchanges of notes... ...countries at the Or- dinary Administrative Radio Conference of the In- ternational Telecommunications Union, which con- vened in Geneva, Switzerland, ... ...ain and extend international co- operation for the improvement and rational use of telecommunications of all kinds. At the election held in Geneva dur... ...graphy, telephony, and radio. On the basis of reports available a working party of telecommunications experts, convened by ITU andECAFE in Tokyo in Ma... ...tigua, with Barbuda and Redonda; St. Christopher (St. Kitts), Nevis, and Anguilla; Montserrat; and the British Virgin Islands. Total area: 422.5 sq.mi... ...escent. Production and Trad*. The chief crop in St. Kitts and Antigua is sugar; in Montserrat and Nevis, cot- ton. Tourism is becoming an important ec... ...stab- lished in 1958 and comprising ANTIGUA, BARBADOS, DOMINICA, GRENADA, JAMAICA, MONTSERRAT, ST. KITTS-NEVIS-ANCUILLA, ST. LUCIA, ST. VINCENT, and T...

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Telecommunications Society of Australia

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... The Telecommunication Society of Australia (TSA) has served the Australian telecommunications industry as its learned society since its ... ...y as its learned society since its initial formation as the Telegraph Electrical Society in 1874, in response to enthusiasm for the then new engineeri... ...hen new engineering science of electrical telegraphy. Since then the Society has evolved in response to the industry’s growth through successive phase... ... of competition with the staged privatisation of Telecom Australia’s successor, Telstra, in 1991, 1997 and 2005. Throughout its 14... ...blication of newsletters and journals, most especially (from June 1935 to June 2013) the Telecommunications Journal of Australia, succeeded by the Aus... ...013) the Telecommunications Journal of Australia, succeeded by the Australian Journal of Telecommunications and the Digital Economy. ... ...que Montserrat ...

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Official Register of the United States : 1946

By: United States. Bureau of the Census; United States Civil Service Commission

...TED STATES 1946 Persons occupying administrative and supervisory positions in the legislative, executive, and judicial branches of the Federal Governm... ...gislative, executive, and judicial branches of the Federal Government, and in the District of Columbia Government, as of May 1, 1946 Compiled by the U... ...by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the United States Civil Service Commission shal... .... Shipping Division Jesse E. Satiestad L. James Falck Henry L. Deimel, Jr. Telecommunications Division Francis Colt de Wolf. Harvey B. Otterman. Georg... ... Woodlands Recrea- tional Demonstration Area, Mendocino, Calif. Custodian, Montserrat Recreational Demon- stration Area, Knob Noster, Mo. Custodian, O...

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Telecommunications in Norway

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...ere are about as many cellular phone subscription as there are inhabitants in the country (4.7 million), while the number of fixed line telephone subs... ... Norway was the first non-English speaking country on the net. In 1971 NORSAR (Norwegian Seismic Array) at Kjeller just outside of Oslo wa... ...Oslo was connected by satellite to the SDAC (Seismic Data Analysis Center) in Virginia, US as part of ARPANET[4] in order to monitor nuclear test-ban ... ... ^ "Percentage of Individuals using the Internet 2000-2012", International Telecommunications Union (Geneva), June 2013, retrieved 22 June 2013 ... ... Norwegian Internet Exchange Norwegian Post and Telecommunications Authority ... ... Telecommunications ... ... Montserrat ...

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Official Register of the United States : 1945

By: United States. Bureau of the Census; United States Civil Service Commission

...TED STATES 1945 Persons occupying administrative and supervisory positions in the legislative, executive, and judicial branches of the Federal Governm... ...gislative, executive, and judicial branches of the Federal Government, and in the District of Columbia Government, as of May i, 1945 Compiled by the U... ... Compiled by the UNITED STATES CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION Salaries reported in the Official Register are basic salaries; they do not include compensati... ...ames Falck Henry L. Deimel, Jr. Chief Assistant Chief Adviser on Shipping. Telecommunications Division Francis Colt de Wolf. Harvey B. Otterman. Georg... ... Woodlands Recrea- tional Demonstration Area, Mendocino, Calif. Custodian, Montserrat Recreational Demon- stration Area, Knob Noster, Mo. Custodian, O...

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Telecommunications in Aruba

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...This article is about communications systems in Aruba. Contents ... ... Telephone Telephones - main lines in use: 38,700 (2006) country comparison to the world: 166 ... ... Telephone system: general assessment: modern fully automatic telecommunications system domestic: increasing competition through p... ... Telecommunications in North America ... ... Telecommunications in North America ... ...tinique Montserrat ... ... Telecommunications in South America ...

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Monthly Catalog of United States Government Publications : Decennial Cumulative Index 1951-1960 (Volume Ii, J-Z)

By: United States. Superintendent of Documents; United States. Superintendent of Documents. United States Government Publications, a Monthly Catalog; United States. Superintendent of Documents. Monthly Catalog, United States Public Documents; United States. Superintendent of Documents. Catalogue of the United States Public Documents; United States. Superintendent of Documents. Catalogue of Publications Issued by the Government of the United States

...s, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is t... ...any service that offers this file for download or commercial distribution in any form, (See complete disclaimer http://WorldLibrary.net/Copyrights.h... ...TING OFFICE, WASHINGTON, D.C. 2(>i02 Price )?50 per set of 2 volumes (sold in sets ouly ) "b^C \kW/n/^> ' Decennial Cumulative Index 1951-1960 J. Per... ...velopment (1960) 17637 commerce and finance (1960) 5567 communications and telecommunications, articles (1959) 10219, 12828 Communist party — ideologi... ...ion, agreements (1953) 13670 : (1954) 1139, 17846, 19041; (1956) 11254-255 telecommunications, agreement (1959) 17122 transfer of property at Roberts ... ...technical data and information (1958) 9866 plastic relief maps (1958) 9865 telecommunications system. Federal airwavs (1953) 2132 terrain representati... ...s (I960) 14729 Colony of Saint Christopher Nevis and Anguilla (1960) 14732 Montserrat (1960) 14730 Philippine Islands (1957) 17213 Ryukyu Islands (195...

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Telecommunications in Slovenia

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...This article refers to Telecommunications in Slovenia. Contents ... ... Telephone system: general assessment: well-developed telecommunications infrastructure domestic: combined fixed-line and ... ... Telecommunications ... ... Telecommunications ... ... Telecommunications in Africa ... ... Telecommunications in Asia ... ... Montserrat ...

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The New International Year Book a Compendium of the World S Progress for the Year 1953

By: Charles Earle Funk

...0 ' PYONGYANG, INVASION ^&X^& PANMUNJOM) SOUTH UN BEACHEAD AT ITS SMALLEST THE WAR IN KOREA The map abov. how. Ill* vartoul stages of the Korean confl... ...A The map abov. how. Ill* vartoul stages of the Korean conflict from Its inception in June of 1950 Jntil^ondav Jly 27 1953at 10:01 a.m. (Sunday July 2... ...GNALLS COMPANY NEW YORK 1954 COPYRIGHT, 1954, BY FUNK & WAGNALLS COMPANY [Printed in the United States of America] Library o/ Congress Catalog Card N... ...of Jamai- ca ) ; Leeward Islands, (Antigua Colony, St. Chris- topher-Nevis Colony, Montserrat Colony, Virgin Islands Colony ); Trinidad and Tobago Col... ... authority, the Director of the Office of Defense Mobilization rees- tablished the Telecommunications Planning Com- mittee (September 23) to advise th... ...communications Planning Com- mittee (September 23) to advise the ODM in Government telecommunications matters. It is rep- resentative of the Departmen... ...ty and registration marks, airworthiness of aircraft, facili- tation, aeronautical telecommunications, air traffic services, search and rescue, aircra... ...St. Christo- pher (St. Kitts) -Nevis (St. Kitts, Nevis, Aneuilla, and Sombrero ) , Montserrat, and die Virgin Islands. Area 422& square miles. Populat... ...of the people. Chief products: sugar and molasses (Antigua and St. Kitts), cotton (Montserrat, St. Kitts, Nevis, and Virgin Islands), limes, fruits, a...

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Telecommunications in Venezuela

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...tic satellite system with 3 earth stations; recent substantial improvement in telephone service in rural areas; substantial increase in digitalization... ...n) and 1 PanAmSat; participating with Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, and Bolivia in the construction of an international fiber-optic network; constructing s... ...r of private broadcast radio stations have been declining, but many remain in operation. Internet Interne... ... Telecommunications in South America ... ... Telecommunications ... ...signals Telecommunications history ... ... Montserrat ...

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Revised Statutes of Canada, 1970 : Proclaimed and Published under the Authority of Chapter 48 of the Statutes of Canada, 1964-65 - Statuts Revises du Canada 1970 : Proclames et Publies en Conformite du Chapitre 48 des Statuts du Canada de 1964-65 Unabridged Index

By: Canada

...ion du capital 4(1) Sa Majeste definition 2 Siege social de la Compagnie du National 5 Telecommunications pouvoirs de la Compagnie du National re 26, ... ..., loi sur la, S.R., c. C-38, art.3(3), 7(1)(2), 9(2)(3), 11 b); Societe canadienne des telecommunications transmarines, loi sur la, S.R., c. C-ll, art... ...B-ll; Responsabilite de la Couronne, loi sur la, S.R., c. C-38; Societe canadienne des telecommunications transmarines, loi sur la, S.R., c. C-ll; Tax... ...ent non requis 69 Appel en matiere d election 84 Appel en vertu d autres lois 42 Appel in forma pauperis 65(4) pouvoir des juges re 103(1) b) Appel pa... ...Demande d autorisation d appel quorum des juges 45 Demande d autorisation d en appeler in forma pauperis 65(4) Dossier d appel contenu 67 transmission... ... fer de FEtat, loi sur les, S.R., c. G-ll, art.12; Code criminel, S.R., c. C-34, art.2 MONTSERRAT Voir Douanes, tarif des, S.R., c. C-41 MONUMENTS HIS... ...XBd (1)2 paugap 3J SUOIJIpUOO aOUBMOJlB 3U3SqB 02 JO J JU3UI3JBJS 3S(BJ 02 uoijBoijddB in SPBJ 3so|osip oj ajnjiBj S3IJ|BU3d pUB S3DU3jy() V J (8)l uo...

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Telecommunications in Benin

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... Telecommunications in Africa ... ... Telecommunications in Africa ... ... Telecommunications ... ...signals Telecommunications history ... ... Telecommunications in Africa ... ... Telecommunications in Europe ... ... Montserrat ...

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The New International Year Book A Compendium Of The World S Progress For The Year 1948

By: Henry E. Vizetelly

...NTERNATIONAL YEAR BOOK COPYBIGHT, 1949, BY FUNK & WAGNALLS COMPANY [Printed in the United States of America] Copyright under the Articles of the Copy... ... the western world continued; President Truman won the Presidential election in the United States; Burma became inde- pendent, and Mohandas K. Gandhi ... ... States; Burma became inde- pendent, and Mohandas K. Gandhi was assassinated in New Delhi, India; Great Britain's mandate in Palestine ended, and the ... ...utual communica- tions problems. Most of these stem from the In- ternational Telecommunications Conferences of 1947, which rewrote previous world agre... ... keeping with Montherlant's latest evolution as a moralist of inner heroism. Montserrat by Robles presented a forcible and tense moral dilemma such as... ...hristian Democrat. Transport Guido Corbellini, Christian Democrat. Posts and Telecommunications Angelo RafTaele Jervolini, Christian Democrat. Industr... ...buda and Redonda), St. Christopher and Nevis (with Anguilla and Som- brero), Montserrat, and the Virgin Islands. Area: 422^ square miles. Population (... ... St. Christopher, Nevis, and Virgin Islands), limes, fruits, and vegetables (Montserrat), coco- nuts (Nevis), and salt (Anguilla and St. Christo- pher... ...the Of- fice of Transport and Communications, consisting of the Aviation and Telecommunications Divisions. 4. The Assistant Secretary for Public Affai...

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Telecommunications in Chile

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...The technical regulator of communications in Chile is the Ministry of Transportation and Telecommunications, through ... ...regulator of communications in Chile is the Ministry of Transportation and Telecommunications, through the Undersecretariat of Telecommunications (Sub... ... Telephone Main lines in use: 3.379 million (2007)[1] Mobile cellular: 2... ... System: privatization began in 1988; advanced telecommunications infrastructure; modern system based on... ... System: privatization began in 1988; advanced telecommunications infrastructure; modern system based on extensive microwa... ... Telecommunications ... ... Montserrat ...

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The New International Year Book a Compendium of the World S Progress for the Year 1948

By: Henry E. Vizetelly

...NTERNATIONAL YEAR BOOK COPYBIGHT, 1949, BY FUNK & WAGNALLS COMPANY [Printed in the United States of America] Copyright under the Articles of the Copy... ... the western world continued; President Truman won the Presidential election in the United States; Burma became inde- pendent, and Mohandas K. Gandhi ... ... States; Burma became inde- pendent, and Mohandas K. Gandhi was assassinated in New Delhi, India; Great Britain's mandate in Palestine ended, and the ... ...utual communica- tions problems. Most of these stem from the In- ternational Telecommunications Conferences of 1947, which rewrote previous world agre... ... keeping with Montherlant's latest evolution as a moralist of inner heroism. Montserrat by Robles presented a forcible and tense moral dilemma such as... ...hristian Democrat. Transport Guido Corbellini, Christian Democrat. Posts and Telecommunications Angelo RafTaele Jervolini, Christian Democrat. Industr... ...buda and Redonda), St. Christopher and Nevis (with Anguilla and Som- brero), Montserrat, and the Virgin Islands. Area: 422^ square miles. Population (... ... St. Christopher, Nevis, and Virgin Islands), limes, fruits, and vegetables (Montserrat), coco- nuts (Nevis), and salt (Anguilla and St. Christo- pher... ...the Of- fice of Transport and Communications, consisting of the Aviation and Telecommunications Divisions. 4. The Assistant Secretary for Public Affai...

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Telecommunications in Qatar

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...00,000 (2007) Telephone system: modern system centered in Doha domestic: NA international: tropospheric scatter to B... ...Country code (Top level domain): QA ADSL launched 2002 in Qatar provided by ooredoo with 25000 ADSL users Ref with ooredoo in the ... ... Telecommunications in Asia ... ... Telecommunications in Asia ... ... Telecommunications ... ...signals Telecommunications history ... ... Montserrat ...

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The New International Year Book A Compendium Of The World S Progress For The Year 1956

By: Henry E. Vizetelly

...Y E. VIZETELLY FUNK & WAGNALLS COMPANY 1957 BY FUNK & WAGNALLS COMPANY [Printed in the United States of America] Library of Congress Catalog Card Num... ...t, dormant since the Geneva Conference of thesummer of 1955, wasroused by events in theMiddleEastand Hungary. The failure ofWestern European powers to... ...stand Hungary. The failure ofWestern European powers to reassert their influence in the Middle East contrasted sharply with Soviet maneuvering in East... ...s were sent to 11 inviting countries for advanced studies in special branches of telecommunications. The International Consultative Committees of the ... ...onda; (2) St. Chris- topher (St. Kitts) -Nevis with Anguilla and Som- brero; (3) Montserrat; and (4) British Virgin Is- lands. Total area: 422.5 squar... ...dustry is agriculture. Sugar and molasses ( from St. Kitts and Antigua); cotton (Montserrat, St. Kitts, Nevis, and Virgin Islands); limes, fruit, and ... ...ncluding production, procure- ment, manpower, stabilization, transportation, and telecommunications. Since 1950, under ODM's program to expand the mob... ...cipal export items. Communications. Tangier serves as an important North African telecommunications center. Major radio installations are operated by ...

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Telecommunications in Switzerland

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...s Telephones In 2007 there were 5 million fixed telephone lines in use and 8,096,000 mob... ... services" and having "extensive cable and microwave radio relay networks" in The World Factbook. Mobile communication is provided... ...nd Salt. Radio and television In 1998 the number of radio receivers in the country totalled 7,100,000, on... ... Telecommunications ... ...signals Telecommunications history ... ... Radio Telecommunications equipment ... ... Montserrat ...

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The New International Year Book a Compendium of the World S Progress for the Year 1956

By: Henry E. Vizetelly

...Y E. VIZETELLY FUNK & WAGNALLS COMPANY 1957 BY FUNK & WAGNALLS COMPANY [Printed in the United States of America] Library of Congress Catalog Card Num... ...t, dormant since the Geneva Conference of thesummer of 1955, wasroused by events in theMiddleEastand Hungary. The failure ofWestern European powers to... ...stand Hungary. The failure ofWestern European powers to reassert their influence in the Middle East contrasted sharply with Soviet maneuvering in East... ...s were sent to 11 inviting countries for advanced studies in special branches of telecommunications. The International Consultative Committees of the ... ...onda; (2) St. Chris- topher (St. Kitts) -Nevis with Anguilla and Som- brero; (3) Montserrat; and (4) British Virgin Is- lands. Total area: 422.5 squar... ...dustry is agriculture. Sugar and molasses ( from St. Kitts and Antigua); cotton (Montserrat, St. Kitts, Nevis, and Virgin Islands); limes, fruit, and ... ...ncluding production, procure- ment, manpower, stabilization, transportation, and telecommunications. Since 1950, under ODM's program to expand the mob... ...cipal export items. Communications. Tangier serves as an important North African telecommunications center. Major radio installations are operated by ...

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Telecommunications in Estonia

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...The National Telecommunications act in the second period of Estonian independence granted a Monopoly on interna... ...tional and local fixed line telephony to Estonian Telecom (Eesti Telecom). In the process of privatization, a concession was granted to liberalize mob... ...n, a concession was granted to liberalize mobile, CATV and packet-switched telecommunications. This concession was critical for developing a competiti... ...ore natural monopoly, pirate operators proliferated within populous cities in the 1990s. Internet penetration blossomed. Beginning... ... Telecommunications ... ... Telecommunications ... ... Montserrat ...

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The New International Year Book A Compendium Of The World S Progress For The Year 1949

By: Henry E Vizetelly

...etween the protagonists of western democracy and those of eastern totalitarianism. In Europe the plans of the U.S.S.R. were frustrated by western alli... ...n of the Republic of Ireland, April 18; the admit- tance of Israel into membership in the United Nations,May 11; the Canadian general elec- tion, June... ...tion decree affecting all trade and industry. At the end of the year theCommunists in China had under their control almost the whole mainland of that ... ...an in his 1949 Inaugural Address. In August, the Commission sponsored a meeting of telecommunications and meteorological experts which was held under ... ...iness of aircraft, facilita- tion of international air transport, and aeronautical telecommunications. Previous standards adopted in 1948 were on the ... ..., St. Christo- pher (St. Kitts) -Nevis (St. Kitts, Nevis, Aneuilla, and Sombrero), Montserrat, and the Virgin Islands. Area: 422% square miles. Popula... ... the people. Chief products: sugar and mo- lasses (Antigua and St. Kitts), cotton (Montserrat, St. Kitts, Nevis, and Virgin Islands), limes, fruits, a... ...(Montserrat, St. Kitts, Nevis, and Virgin Islands), limes, fruits, and vegetables (Montserrat), coconuts (Nevis), and salt (Anguilla and St. Kitts). F... ...RY PftOGAESS craft, organization and operation of irregular forces, supervision of telecommunications, protection of merchant marine, security against...

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Telecommunications in Italy

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... Telecommunications in Europe ... ... Telecommunications in Europe ... ... Telecommunications ... ...signals Telecommunications history ... ... Telecommunications in Africa ... ... Telecommunications in Asia ... ... Montserrat ...

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Russian Money Laundering : Hearings before the Committee on Banking and Financial Services, U. S. House of Representatives, One Hundred Sixth Congress, First Session, September 21, 22, 1999

By: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Banking and Financial Services

...vices, Washington, DC. The committee met, pursuant to call, at 10:05 a.m., in room 2128, Rayburn House Office Building, Hon. James A. Leach, [chairman... ...preventing financial crimes, the depth of the crime and corruption problem in Russia, Russian use of offshore financial institutions and the intertwin... ...other Western banks, the role of public and private United States advisers in Russia's transi- tion to free markets, the role of the U.S. intelligence... ...h Virgin Islands, and the Turks and Caicos Islands on Nov. 9, 1990, and to Montserrat on April 26, 1991. Several additional MLATs have been signed but... ..."book transfer," often using the Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunications (SWIFT), a cooperative system with 6500 members in 178 c...

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Telecommunications in Kuwait

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...mation about the telephone, Internet, radio, and television infrastructure in Kuwait. Contents ... ...e Telephones Telephones - main lines in use: 514,700 (2011),[1] 510,300 (2005) Telephones - ... ... See also Telephone numbers in Kuwait Television in Kuwait ... ... Telecommunications ... ... Telecommunications in Asia ... ... Telecommunications ... ... Montserrat ...

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The New International Year Book a Compendium of the World S Progress for the Year 1949

By: Henry E Vizetelly

...etween the protagonists of western democracy and those of eastern totalitarianism. In Europe the plans of the U.S.S.R. were frustrated by western alli... ...n of the Republic of Ireland, April 18; the admit- tance of Israel into membership in the United Nations,May 11; the Canadian general elec- tion, June... ...tion decree affecting all trade and industry. At the end of the year theCommunists in China had under their control almost the whole mainland of that ... ...an in his 1949 Inaugural Address. In August, the Commission sponsored a meeting of telecommunications and meteorological experts which was held under ... ...iness of aircraft, facilita- tion of international air transport, and aeronautical telecommunications. Previous standards adopted in 1948 were on the ... ..., St. Christo- pher (St. Kitts) -Nevis (St. Kitts, Nevis, Aneuilla, and Sombrero), Montserrat, and the Virgin Islands. Area: 422% square miles. Popula... ... the people. Chief products: sugar and mo- lasses (Antigua and St. Kitts), cotton (Montserrat, St. Kitts, Nevis, and Virgin Islands), limes, fruits, a... ...(Montserrat, St. Kitts, Nevis, and Virgin Islands), limes, fruits, and vegetables (Montserrat), coconuts (Nevis), and salt (Anguilla and St. Kitts). F... ...RY PftOGAESS craft, organization and operation of irregular forces, supervision of telecommunications, protection of merchant marine, security against...

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Telecommunications in Malta

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...This article is an overview of telecommunications in Malta. Cont... ...This article is an overview of telecommunications in Malta. Contents ... ... Telephone Telephones - main lines in use: 187,000 (1997) Telephones - mobile cellular: 17... ... Telecommunications ... ... Telecommunications in Europe ... ... Telecommunications in Europe ... ... Montserrat ...

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