In government[ edit ] The term white paper originated with the British governmentand many point to the Churchill White Paper of as the earliest well-known example under this name.
Here are the key elements: Five key objectives The white paper lays out five main areas of focus: Economic partnership The white paper says the aim is for a free trade area for goods, giving frictionless border access.
If the destination cannot be proved, the higher of the two tariffs will be applied, with repayment made as needed if the product ultimately ends up in the lower-tariff destination.
This scheme would involve discussions with the EU on areas such as a trusted trader schemes and arrangements for repaying excess tariffs. One example given in the document would be continued mutual recognition of the same approvals for various motor vehicle categories.
On food, this would include equivalence of elements such as labelling, mirroring agreements the EU already has with other nations, for example on common standards for products marketed as being organic.
The news arrangements will seek to help businesses get the right staff, allow citizens to travel visa-free for tourism or temporary business trips, and help students study abroad.
Security partnership This would mean continued sharing of data and information to protect citizens, and UK participation in agencies such as Europol. It would also involve coordination on foreign policy and defence issues.
Next steps The final section of the white paper calls for negotiations to accelerate, saying that once a deal is reached it will be considered by parliament.this paper, we propose a solution to the double-spending problem using a peer-to-peer distributed timestamp server to generate computational proof of the chronological order of transactions.
The. A comprehensive framework to guide Australia's international engagement over the next five to ten years. A white paper is an informational document, issued by a company or not-for-profit organization, to promote or highlight the features of a solution, product, or service.
The EMS White paper That started it all. The EMS White paper was published in by the National Academy of Sciences as the paper "Accidental Death and Disability: The Neglected Disease of Modern Society" It was noted that the state of emergency care was rather poor in the early sixties.
What exactly is a white paper? Ask any 10 people this question, and you’ll likely get 12 different answers.
Here is the best short definition I’ve ever found, after years of looking: A white paper is a persuasive essay that uses facts and logic to promote a certain product, service, or viewpoint.
The White Paper of was a policy paper issued by the British government under Neville Chamberlain in response to the –39 Arab Revolt. Following its formal approval in the House of Commons on 23 May , it.