ISLAMABAD -- In an unprecedented move, the Establishment Division on Tuesday recommended the cabinet to allocate a separate quota
in the federal government jobs for transgender persons.
circular also pointed out that, according to international consensus, quotas
should be temporary measures designed to boost and embed women's participation.
In 2014, even though the level of exports was very low, due to the bad 2013/2014 season, the EU refused to grant the quotas
requested by Tunisia, which nevertheless respected the annual and monthly limits set by the regulation.
335 million tonnes of quotas
allotted to the refiners under a separate, so-called processing trade category, after Beijing agreed to grant tax incentives to exports under general trade terms.
Iran's proposal for a revival of country-specific quotas
would allow it to return to the market in force.
88 percent of the IMF Quotas
have consented to the proposed Quota
increases and 145 members representing 76.
Introduced in the 1980s, the EU's system of dairy quotas
was designed originally to address problems of surplus production.
According to national declarations for the year ending March 31, 2013, Austria, Germany, Denmark, Poland and Cyprus exceeded their national quotas
by a total of 163 700 tons, despite the 1% quota
increase in the year 2012/2013 decided in the framework of the 2008 CAP Health Check.
CYPRIOT-flagged trawlers will be able to fish less bluefin tuna this year, after the European Commission reduced the threshold because the island had exceeded quotas
In accordance with EU legislation(1), Spain will have to "pay back" the overfished volumes through deductions from its quotas
for the coming years.
Bulgarian Agriculture Minister Miroslav Naydenov, who is in Brussels, has succeeded in convincing his colleagues to withdraw the proposal for reducing the quotas
, the ministry announced.
CONTROVERSIAL EU plans for minimum quotas
of women on company boards were postponed last night after running into tough opposition within the European Commission.