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  • •Change the radio related parameters, by using the GATS, which is an Oracle Database designed to streamline the interaction between the Optimization team & Radio Frequency team with O&M.

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  • The EU In 2002, via "GATS" global trade talks, requested that 94 countries open up their financial industry, 20 of which were least developed countries and 30 were low income countries.

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  • - World Trade Organisation 'liberalisation' agreements such as GATS and TRIPS have been a disaster for most of the world's population.

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  • "The GATS is a commercial agreement with the aim of expanding business opportunities for investors.

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  • Regional accents and manners of speech have given way to what I call GATS - Generic American Television Speak.

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  • Vendors, truckers, friends sponsor GATS poker run for ‘Old Sarge’

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  • Jerry Sims of Gulf Coast Filters Inc., figure Old Sarge could use a helping hand, so they organized a charity poker run at GATS.

    Heroes or Villains?

  • If the member fails to bring the measure into conformity with the GATS, the complainant may seek authority to retaliate against the other party.

    Trade And Immigration Are Not Separate Issues

  • If the measure is found inconsistent with the GATS, the Dispute Settlement Body will recommend that the member bring its measure into conformity.

    Trade And Immigration Are Not Separate Issues

  • The Sanders bill goes well beyond the job-specific layoff restrictions in the U.S. commitments under the GATS.

    Trade And Immigration Are Not Separate Issues

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