Saturday, July 02, 2005

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Agentia de Arbitraj si Mediare Contractuala said...

Acquis -ul comunitar privind serviciile de interes general.
Desi legislatia europeana nu abordeaza in mod specific serviciile publice,
Tratatul de la Roma prevede urmatoarele principii si reguli general valabile,
aplicabile tuturor serviciilor de interes general:
- reguli privind libertatea de a presta servicii si principiile de transparenta;
- tratament egal, proportionalitate;
- recunoastere mutuala;
- respectarea unor pozitii nediscriminatorii cu privire la furnizorii de
servicii publice.

GLOBAL RISK AND CRISIS MANAGEMENT said...

CrisisWatch , 8 January 2006



Eleven conflict situations around the world deteriorated in December 2005, according to the new issue of CrisisWatch,* released today. A surge of violence in Sri Lanka raised fears of a return to full-scale civil war. Internal divisions within the ruling Fatah party helped hardline Hamas win major West Bank cities in municipal elections casting a shadow over the scheduled January general election. Nuclear negotiations with North Korea returned to stalemate after five months of apparent progress. In Colombia, despite an optimistic start to government talks with leftist ELN rebels, the Revolutionary Armed Forced of Colombia (FARC) killed 37 in two of the worst attacks in years against security forces. In Egypt, the final round of parliamentary elections was marred by arrests, obstruction and violence as 12 were killed in the 7 December run-off vote. And in China police killed up to 20 rural protesters demonstrating against land seizures for state projects. The situations also deteriorated in Bangladesh, Chad, Lebanon, Pakistan and Peru.

Four conflict situations improved in December 2005. The Democratic Republic of Congo held its first democratic vote in four decades as an overwhelming majority of the population approved a draft constitution. In Afghanistan, the first elected parliament in 30 years was inaugurated by President Karzai. Bolivia saw the election of its first indigenous head of state in a free and fair poll. And in Côte d’Ivoire, after months of political deadlock, all parties accepted Charles Konan Banny as interim prime minister.

For January 2006, CrisisWatch identifies Ethiopia/Eritrea, Nepal and Sri Lanka as Conflict Risk Alerts, or situations at particular risk of new or significantly escalated conflict in the coming month. No new Conflict Resolution Opportunities are identified for January.

TRENDS AND WATCHLIST SUMMARY

DECEMBER 2005 TRENDS

Deteriorated Situations
Bangladesh, Chad, China (internal), Colombia, Egypt, Israel/Occupied Territories, Lebanon, North Korea, Pakistan, Peru, Sri Lanka

Improved Situations
Afghanistan, Bolivia, Côte d’Ivoire, DR Congo

Unchanged Situations
Albania, Algeria, Angola, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bahrain, Basque Country (Spain), Belarus, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Burundi, Central African Republic, Chechnya (Russia), Croatia, Cyprus, Ecuador, Ethiopia, Ethiopia/Eritrea, Gabon, Georgia, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Haiti, India (non-Kashmir), Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Jordan, Kashmir, Kazakhstan, Kenya, Kosovo, Kyrgyzstan, Liberia, Macedonia, Mauritania, Moldova, Myanmar/Burma, Nagorno-Karabakh (Azerbaijan), Nepal, Nigeria, North Caucasus (Russia), Northern Ireland (UK), Philippines, Rwanda, Saudi Arabia, Serbia & Montenegro, Sierra Leone, Somalia, Somaliland (Somalia), Sudan, Swaziland, Syria, Taiwan Strait, Tajikistan, Tanzania, Thailand, Togo, Turkey, Turkmenistan, Uganda, Ukraine, Uzbekistan, Venezuela, Western Sahara, Yemen, Zimbabwe

JANUARY 2006 WATCHLIST

Conflict Risk Alert
Ethiopia/Eritrea, Nepal, Sri Lanka

Conflict Resolution Opportunity
None

Anonymous said...

OMV Romania Mineraloel, HVB Bank şi Westaco Express au lansat, în premieră în România, serviciul prin care se pot încasa, prin reţeaua staţiilor OMV, ratele la creditele acordate persoanelor fizice. Acum, clienţii HVB Bank beneficiază de o alternativă sigură, simplă şi rapidă pentru plata ratelor la credite, prin intermediul celor 45 de staţii OMV în care funcţioneaza serviciul Westaco Express.

Operaţiunea de plată a ratelor se efectuează rapid, prin completarea unui formular, iar platitorul trebuie să prezinte doar un act de identitate valabil şi să cunoască detaliile contului în care se face plata. Practic, clientul HVB Bank depune banii in cadrul staţiei OMV, suma este transferata ulterior în contul curent deschis la HVB Bank şi astfel se achită rata la credit. În cazul creditelor în valută, suma depusă în lei, în staţia OMV, va fi schimbată automat de HVB Bank în valuta corespunzatoare pentru plata ratei creditului.

Serviciul este disponibil inclusiv sâmbăta şi duminica, în 45 de staţii OMV din 30 de orase, urmând a fi prezent în toată ţara. Clienţii HVB îşi pot achita ratele la credit în staţiile OMV de luni până vineri, între orele 9:00 şi 20:00, sâmbăta între 9:00 si 16:00, precum şi duminica de la 9:00 la 14:00.

“OMV este prima reţea care oferă un serviciu de plată a ratelor bancare şi, prin această lansare, continuăm să ne dezvoltăm strategia orientată către client, ca şi tradiţia de deschizători de drumuri pe piaţa românească. Ne adaptăm în permanenţă gama de produse şi servicii la cerinţele consumatorilor, oferindu-le calitate la cele mai înalte standarde, accesibilitate şi promptitudine”, a declarat Vlad Seitan, Retail Manager OMV Romania.

“HVB Bank a încercat întotdeauna să-şi definească oferta prin flexibilitate şi inovaţie. Lansarea acestui serviciu, o premieră pe piaţa românească, face ca HVB Bank să impună acum noi repere şi în retail banking. Acest serviciu reprezintă atât o confirmare a angajamentului HVB faţă de dezvoltarea permanentă a parteneriatului cu clienţii, cât şi un nou pas înscris în strategia HVB de a se poziţiona ca bancă universală”, declară Adrian Chira, Deputy Head of Retail Banking Division, HVB Bank Romania.

Serviciul Westaco Express a fost lansat în luna octombrie 2004 în reţeaua OMV, oferind clienţilor posibilitatea de a efectua operaţiuni de transfer rapid de numerar între localităţi din Romania. In curand, gama de operaţiuni va fi extinsă prin introducerea facilităţii de plată a facturilor pentru utilităţi.

Atât plata ratelor bancare, cât şi transferul de numerar se efectuează în condiţii optime de siguranţă, fiind utilizate sisteme informatice securizate şi reţele private de comunicaţii. De asemenea, locaţiile in care este disponibil serviciul sunt supravegheate permanent prin intermediul personalului de specialitate şi prin sistemele de supraveghere.

Anonymous said...

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1. Frattini set to come up with longer list of 'safe' countries
2. EU stalemate on working time rules deemed 'irreconcilable'
3. EU mobile companies agree to cut roaming fees
4. [Comment] French youth unemployment in perspective

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1. Frattini set to come up with longer list of 'safe' countries - 02.06.2006 - 17:17
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EU justice commissioner Franco Frattini has informed the bloc's interior
ministers he is preparing a longer list of 'safe' countries from which
asylum claims can be dismissed.
The list is set to include countries from Central America, Asia and the
west Balkans as well as some African countries.

http://euobserver.com/9/21764/?rk=1


2. EU stalemate on working time rules deemed 'irreconcilable' - 02.06.2006 - 10:01
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EU member states have failed to agree on rules setting ceilings for working
hours following talks which dragged on past midnight, with the Austrian EU
presidency not seeing chances for a compromise in the future.

http://euobserver.com/9/21755/?rk=1


3. EU mobile companies agree to cut roaming fees - 02.06.2006 - 10:12
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In the face of strong pressure from the European Commission, six European
phone companies have said they will cut costs for roaming fees when
consumers use their mobile abroad - however Brussels has indicated it may
regulate anyway.

http://euobserver.com/9/21754/?rk=1


4. [Comment] French youth unemployment in perspective - 02.06.2006 - 10:32
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French youth unemployment is doubtless a problem and employment protection
legislation can favour largely middle-class insiders over poorly educated
outsiders, but it is arguable that the failed youth employment law would
have had little impact on unemployment amongst young adults, says George
Irvin.

http://euobserver.com/9/21750/?rk=1

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