undertakings


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undertakings

A general term for various forms of oversight and obligations to which a doctor whose practice is limited by the GMC (UK) agrees until such time as restrictions on his or her registration are lifted.

Examples, undertakings
Notify the GMC of any posts taken; allow the GMC access to all medical records; have a supervisor and mentor; see a GP regularly; formulate a personal development plan; etc.
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"I am satisfied with the trend (of implementation) of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) and Iran has acted upon its undertakings," Amano told reporters after meeting Head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) Ali Akbar Salehi in Tehran.
In relevant remarks earlier this month, Seif lambasted the US for troubling improvement of the relations between the Iranian and European banks in opposition to Washington's undertakings under the last year nuclear deal between Tehran and the world powers.
The CMA decided that there are reasonable grounds for believing that the undertakings or a modified version of them might be acceptable and has until 21 August 2015 to decide whether to accept the undertakings.
Dairy Crest has agreed to make a one-off payment of GBP 15m to MA1/4ller on completion to help meet the additional cost of the modified undertakings.
"It is in taxpayers' interests to ensure that money for public services is used as it should be - to pay for the real costs of providing these services, rather than being illicitly diverted to cross-subsidise commercial activities", Competition Commissioner Neelie Kroes explained in a statement, adding that "the transparency rules allow proper scrutiny of the accounts of undertakings entrusted with services of general interest or enjoying special or exclusive rights and so guard against such abuses".
"Based on a report by the (Iranian) foreign ministry, Iran has acted upon all its undertakings stated in the nuclear agreement, including reduction in the number of centrifuges, volume of heavy water supplies and enriched materials, but the other side, specially the US, has been disloyal (to the deal)," Larijani said in a meeting with Chairman of the Japanese parliament's Committee on Foreign Affairs and Defense Sato Masahisa in Tehran on Monday.
The purpose of this Directive is to improve the right to information and to consultation of employees in Community-scale undertakings and Community-scale groups of undertakings.
The CMA now has until 21 April 2015 to decide whether to accept the undertaking, with the possibility to extend this timeframe if it considers there are special reasons for doing so.
He stressed that Iran will not accept dependence of sanctions removal on International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA)'s verification of Tehran's compliance with its undertakings.
Liqui-Box offered undertakings to the regulator on Friday last week, following which the CMA said that there were "reasonable grounds" for the undertakings to remedy the lessening of competition to be accepted.