Аналогично можно рассчитать не только корзину для глобальной валюты, но и для региональной, regional currency (RC) – для отдельного региона мировой экономи- ки при отказе его стран от привязки своих национальных валют к одной валюте на примере стран Евразийского эко- номического союза (ЕАЭС) в составе Армении, Беларуси, Казахстана, Кыргызстана и Российской Федерации. Фор- мирование такой корзины будет дополнительно оправ- дываться высоким уровнем кооперации и интенсивности взаимной торговли стран-участниц. Рассчитанная коти- ровка региональной валюты к доллару США представлена на рис. 3, а котировки национальных валют стран ЕАЭС к RC – на рис. 4 с использованием данных Мирового Бан- ка [7; 8].
3. To recommend that the Executive Board, in its study on regionalization, direct its attention to the day-to-day operation and administration of WHO programs, with a view to improving the functioning of both Headquarters andRegional offices in order to increase the effectiveness of international health programs.
2. To recommend to theWorld Health Organization that an appropriate portion of its fellowship funds be allotted to the Region of the Americas, and that, in the administration of such funds, consideration be given to the value of training in existing schools and institutions in all parts of the Americas.
Bearing in mind that the Proposed Program and Budget of the Region of the Americas is submitted to the Directing Council, as Regional Committee of theWorld Health Organization, for review and transmittal to the Director-General of theWorld Health Organization for consideration in drafting the WHO budget for 1958,
To approve the provisional draft of the program budget of theWorld Health Organization for the Region of the Americas for 1982–1983 appearing in Official Document 161 and adjusted in Document CE84/5 and Add. I of the 84th Meeting of the Executive Committee, and to request theRegional Director to transmit it to the Director-General.
RTAs are considerably heterogeneous among themselves and present different degrees of coverage, which is seen as a hurdle for expansion of trade flow. The trade regimes established by preferential agreements could be conflicting with multilateral rules. For example, with reference to rules of origin, antidumping rules used against third parties, competition rules among the parties, and dispute resolution mechanisms. The existence of disciplines pertinent to each RTA is seen as a threat to the multilateral system. Additionally, preferences defined among countries at a certain point in time could be eliminated as a result of new agreements that are being entered by the parties, which would erode earlier preferences. 22
The successive revisions of the International List of Causes of Death always involved experts from many countries, andthe dissemination of the revisions became ever-more widespread. On launching the “Bertillon Mortality List - Second Revision” (ICD-2), Jacques Bertillon himself, as described by R. Wells in the Conference on Health Statistics for the Year 2000, held in Hungary in 1984, remarked that “all the English- and Spanish-speaking countries in theworld were now in accord about the adoption of the International List. The entire Western Hemisphere, that is, North, Central, and South America; Australia and New Zealand; China, Japan, and British India in Asia; Egypt, Algeria, and South Africa in Africa; and many European countries were currently or soon would be among those calling for a uniform international standard.”
a) Class I, in the sum of $52,500, inasmuch as it is felt that 15 per cent of the Headquarters administration expenses, as set forth in the Director's proposed budget, should appropriately be met by theWorld Health Organization, in addition to such other provision as theWorld Health Organization may make for meeting the administrative expenses of the Pan American Sanitary Bureau, as Regional Office of theWorld Health Organization, within Chapter 3.2 of theWorld Health Organization budget for 1950;
Considering that the Tenth World Health Assembly, in Resolution WHA10.35, resolved to defer the organizational study on regionalization requested by the Ninth World Health Assembly and provided that, if it is found necessary, each regional committee may meanwhile study for itself the delineation of areas having uniform geographical, sanitary or social characteristics within a single region, with a view to better utilization of the available resources"; and
Considering that the Program and Budget of theRegional Office of theWorld Health Organization for the Western Hemisphere for 1952 (Document CD4/PP/2), presented by theRegional Director to theRegional Committee of theWorld Health Organization, for a total of $1,148,779, considerably supplements and expands the activities for the Western Hemisphere planned by the Pan American Sanitary Bureau for the year [in question],