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According to KWL, its actions were aimed at improving the efficiency of port operations.

Arabic

وذكرت شركة KWL، أن الإجراءات التي اتخذتها تهدف إلى تحسين فعالية عمليات الميناء.

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It was alleged that KWL had denied independent stevedoring companies access to the port facilities, which SSL deemed to be necessary for carrying out its business.

Arabic

وادُّعي أن شركة KWL منعت شركات الشحن والتفريغ المستقلة من الوصول إلى منشآت الميناء الذي تعتبره شركة SSL ضرورياً لكي تتمكن من القيام بعملها.

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The FTC held the view that KWL was entitled to advance its own commercial interests, but such behaviour was not acceptable under section 20 of the Fair Competition Act if its actual purpose was to strengthen and abuse its dominant position.

Arabic

19- وأقرت لجنة التجارة المنصفة بأن من حق شركة KWL تعزيز مصالحها التجارية، لكنها رأت أن هذا التصرف غير مقبول بموجب المادة 20 من قانون المنافسة المشروعة إذا كان الغرض من ذلك هو تعزيز وإساءة استغلال مركزها المهيمن.

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Given that KWL handled all the non-containerized cargo in the port of Kingston, the existence of high barriers to entry (due to a lack of suitable port locations) and the absence of countervailing buyer power, KWL was considered to be a dominant player in the market for the supply of access to cargo freight infrastructure.

Arabic

ونظراً لقيام شركة KWL بمناولة جميع البضائع غير المنقولة بحاويات في ميناء كينغستون، ووجود حواجز عالية تمنع الدخول (نظراً لافتقار الميناء إلى المرافق الملائمة)، وعدم وجود قدرة شرائية مساوية، فإن شركة KWL تعتبر عنصراً من فاعلاً مسيطراً في سوق منافذ استخدام مرافق شحن البضائع.

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In February 2002, the Fair Trade Commission (FTC) received a complaint from a stevedoring company (SSL Ltd) against another stevedoring company (KWL LTD), which owns berths in Port Kingston.

Arabic

18- في شباط/فبراير 2002، تلقت لجنة التجارة المنصفة شكوى من شركة الشحن والتفريغ (SSL Ltd) ضد شركة (KWL LTD) وهي شركة شحن وتفريغ أخرى تمتلك مراسي في ميناء كينغستون.

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The Supreme Court issued an interim injunction in which it ordered KWL not to take any steps calculated to prevent, hinder or deter the plaintiff from engaging in stevedoring business, shipping agency business and/or ancillary operations in or with respect to the relevant berths.

Arabic

20- وأصدرت المحكمة العليا أمراً مؤقتاً طلبت فيه من شركة KWL ألا تقوم بأي خطوات يقصد بها منع أو إعاقة أو ثني الشركة صاحبة الشكوى عن ممارسة أعمال الشحن والتفريغ، و/أو توكيلات الشحن و/أو العمليات المساعدة المنفذة في المراسي موضوع الشكوى أو المتصلة بها.

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The decision of KWL, as a dominant port operator, to bar independent stevedores from using its port facility was seen as an anti-competitive practice aimed at driving out its existing or potential competitors in ancillary markets such as the stevedoring and towage markets.

Arabic

وقرار شركة KWL، بوصفها متعهداً مسيطراً من الميناء، بمنع شركات الشحن والتفريغ المستقلة من استخدام مرافق الميناء التابعة لها اعتبر ممارسة مانعة للمنافسة الغرض منها طرد المنافسين الحاليين أو المحتملين في الأسواق الفرعية مثل أسواق الشحن والتفريغ وقطر السفن.

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alshayaSQRRR is a reading comprehension method named for its five steps: survey, question, read, recite, and review. The method was introduced by Francis Pleasant Robinson in his 1946 book Effective Study.[1][2][3] The method was created for college students for example: ST.MARY'S COLLEGE . However, it can also be used by elementary school students, who can practice all of the steps once they have begun to read longer and more complex texts (around fourth grade).[4] Similar methods developed subsequently include PQRST and KWL table. R.WILLAMS SQRRR was based on principles documented in the 1930s.[4] Process[edit] Survey The first step Survey or skim advises that one should resist the temptation to read the book and instead glance through a chapter in order to identify headings, sub-headings and other outstanding features in the text. This is in order to identify ideas and formulate questions about the content of the chapter. Question Formulate questions about the content of the reading. For example, convert headings and sub-headings into questions, and then look for answers in the content of the text. Other more general questions may also be formulated: What is this chapter about? What question is this chapter trying to answer? How does this information help me? Read (R1) Use the background work done with "S" and "Q" in order to begin reading actively. Recite (R2) The second "R" refers to the part known as Recite/wRite or Recall. Using key phrases, one is meant to identify major points and answers to questions from the "Q" step for each section. This may be done either in an oral or written format. It is important that an adherent to this method use his/her own words in order to evoke the active listening quality of this study method. Review (R3) The final "R" is Review. In fact, before becoming acquainted with this method a student probably just uses the R & R method; Read and Review. Provided the student has followed all recommendations, the student should have a study sheet and should test himself or herself by attempting to recall the key phrases. This method instructs the diligent student to immediately review all sections pertaining to any key words forgotten.

Arabic

SQRRR is a reading comprehension method named for its five steps: survey, question, read, recite, and review. The method was introduced by Francis Pleasant Robinson in his 1946 book Effective Study.[1][2][3] The method was created for college students for example: ST.MARY'S COLLEGE . However, it can also be used by elementary school students, who can practice all of the steps once they have begun to read longer and more complex texts (around fourth grade).[4] Similar methods developed subsequently include PQRST and KWL table. R.WILLAMS SQRRR was based on principles documented in the 1930s.[4] Process[edit] Survey The first step Survey or skim advises that one should resist the temptation to read the book and instead glance through a chapter in order to identify headings, sub-headings and other outstanding features in the text. This is in order to identify ideas and formulate questions about the content of the chapter. Question Formulate questions about the content of the reading. For example, convert headings and sub-headings into questions, and then look for answers in the content of the text. Other more general questions may also be formulated: What is this chapter about? What question is this chapter trying to answer? How does this information help me? Read (R1) Use the background work done with "S" and "Q" in order to begin reading actively. Recite (R2) The second "R" refers to the part known as Recite/wRite or Recall. Using key phrases, one is meant to identify major points and answers to questions from the "Q" step for each section. This may be done either in an oral or written format. It is important that an adherent to this method use his/her own words in order to evoke the active listening quality of this study method. Review (R3) The final "R" is Review. In fact, before becoming acquainted with this method a student probably just uses the R & R method; Read and Review. Provided the student has followed all recommendations, the student should have a study sheet and should test himself or herself by attempting to recall the key phrases. This method instructs the diligent student to immediately review all sections pertaining to any key words forgotten.

Last Update: 2013-12-09
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alshayaSQRRR is a reading comprehension method named for its five steps: survey, question, read, recite, and review. The method was introduced by Francis Pleasant Robinson in his 1946 book Effective Study.[1][2][3] The method was created for college students for example: ST.MARY'S COLLEGE . However, it can also be used by elementary school students, who can practice all of the steps once they have begun to read longer and more complex texts (around fourth grade).[4] Similar methods developed subsequently include PQRST and KWL table. R.WILLAMS SQRRR was based on principles documented in the 1930s.[4] Process[edit] Survey The first step Survey or skim advises that one should resist the temptation to read the book and instead glance through a chapter in order to identify headings, sub-headings and other outstanding features in the text. This is in order to identify ideas and formulate questions about the content of the chapter. Question Formulate questions about the content of the reading. For example, convert headings and sub-headings into questions, and then look for answers in the content of the text. Other more general questions may also be formulated: What is this chapter about? What question is this chapter trying to answer? How does this information help me? Read (R1) Use the background work done with "S" and "Q" in order to begin reading actively. Recite (R2) The second "R" refers to the part known as Recite/wRite or Recall. Using key phrases, one is meant to identify major points and answers to questions from the "Q" step for each section. This may be done either in an oral or written format. It is important that an adherent to this method use his/her own words in order to evoke the active listening quality of this study method. Review (R3) The final "R" is Review. In fact, before becoming acquainted with this method a student probably just uses the R & R method; Read and Review. Provided the student has followed all recommendations, the student should have a study sheet and should test himself or herself by attempting to recall the key phrases. This method instructs the diligent student to immediately review all sections pertaining to any key words forgotten.

Arabic

الشايع

Last Update: 2013-12-09
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alshayaSQRRR is a reading comprehension method named for its five steps: survey, question, read, recite, and review. The method was introduced by Francis Pleasant Robinson in his 1946 book Effective Study.[1][2][3] The method was created for college students for example: ST.MARY'S COLLEGE . However, it can also be used by elementary school students, who can practice all of the steps once they have begun to read longer and more complex texts (around fourth grade).[4] Similar methods developed subsequently include PQRST and KWL table. R.WILLAMS SQRRR was based on principles documented in the 1930s.[4] Process[edit] Survey The first step Survey or skim advises that one should resist the temptation to read the book and instead glance through a chapter in order to identify headings, sub-headings and other outstanding features in the text. This is in order to identify ideas and formulate questions about the content of the chapter. Question Formulate questions about the content of the reading. For example, convert headings and sub-headings into questions, and then look for answers in the content of the text. Other more general questions may also be formulated: What is this chapter about? What question is this chapter trying to answer? How does this information help me? Read (R1) Use the background work done with "S" and "Q" in order to begin reading actively. Recite (R2) The second "R" refers to the part known as Recite/wRite or Recall. Using key phrases, one is meant to identify major points and answers to questions from the "Q" step for each section. This may be done either in an oral or written format. It is important that an adherent to this method use his/her own words in order to evoke the active listening quality of this study method. Review (R3) The final "R" is Review. In fact, before becoming acquainted with this method a student probably just uses the R & R method; Read and Review. Provided the student has followed all recommendations, the student should have a study sheet and should test himself or herself by attempting to recall the key phrases. This method instructs the diligent student to immediately review all sections pertaining to any key words forgotten.

Arabic

Alshaya

Last Update: 2013-12-09
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