3 edition of Guidelines on Aids in Europe. found in the catalog.
Published 1986 by Administrator in World Health Organization, Regional Office for Europe
Bibliography: p. 15.
|Statement||World Health Organization, Regional Office for Europe|
|Publishers||World Health Organization, Regional Office for Europe|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 108 p. :|
|Number of Pages||46|
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At the same time, regional airports can prove important both for local development and for the accessibility of certain regions, in particular against the backdrop of positive traffic forecasts for air transport in the Union. Compatibility of aid in the form of public service compensation 74.
As far as airports are concerned, the Commission considers that it is possible for the overall management of an airport, in well-justified cases, to be considered an SGEI. Definition of a service of general economic interest in the airport and air transport sectors 4. Trans R Soc Trop Med Hyg. Drug interactions between anticonvulsants and antiretroviral agents should be evaluated carefully; if necessary, doses should be adjusted or alternative anticonvulsants should be used.
Therefore, the Commission considers that in order to be eligible for operating aid, the annual traffic of the airport must not exceed 3 million passengers c Appropriateness of State aid as a policy instrument 120. The recommendation is based on results in a limited number of patients from observational studies and one randomized clinical trial and inference from more extensive cumulative data indicating the safety of discontinuing secondary prophylaxis for other OIs during advanced disease BI.
2 of these guidelines are met. Thrice-weekly sulfadiazine-pyrimethamine for maintenance therapy of toxoplasmic encephalitis in HIV-infected patients. Further, Member States are encouraged to give clear guidance for the implementation of State aid financing for regional airports.
Competition between airports can be assessed in the light of airlines' criteria of choice, and in particular by comparing factors such Guidelines on Aids in Europe. the type of airport services provided and the clients concerned, population or economic activity, congestion, whether there is access by land, and the level of charges Guidelines on Aids in Europe.
overall commercial conditions for use of airport infrastructure and services. Such a situation may, in particular, occur in respect of the outermost regions, as well as islands or other areas of the Union. Antimalarial drugs in pregnancy: a review. However, State aid may have negative effects, such as distorting competition between undertakings and affecting trade between Member States to an extent contrary to the common interests of the Union.
Atovaquone may be used if indicated.
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At an airport, activities such as air traffic control, police, customs, firefighting, activities necessary to safeguard civil aviation against acts of unlawful interference and the investments relating to the infrastructure and equipment necessary to perform those activities are considered in general to be of a non-economic nature.
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