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The charge that was proposed by ARTC for the Southern Sydney Freight Line will form the upper limit on what it can offer to parties seeking access and will form the starting point for negotiations.
However, RFU chief executive Ian Ritchie said the starting point for negotiations over a new and improved pay structure was to ensure that situation never happened again.
The vast majority of member states -- 24 out of 27 --- accepted our proposals as a good starting point for negotiations," EU budget chief Janusz Lewandowski -- the EU's Brussels-based executive body -- unveiled a draft budget for 2014-2020 in June.
He also called for an end to occupation of lands within the 1967 boundaries, which includes the Dead Sea and Jordan Valley, as a reference point for negotiations.
The Annapolis conference will signal broad international support for the Israeli and Palestinian leaders' courageous efforts, and will be a launching point for negotiations leading to the establishment of a Palestinian state and the realization of Israeli-Palestinian peace,'' the statement said.
This conference will be a launching point for negotiations leading to the establishment of a Palestinian state and the realisation of Israeli-Palestinian peace," the White House national security council spokesman, Gordon Johndroe, said.
Columbia had similarly treated last week’s vote by a committee of the community board as a starting point for negotiations, a notion that was ridiculed by one board member during Monday’s meeting.
When you know what others in your field are paid and what your position is worth, you can use that figure as a starting point for negotiations.