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欢迎大家积极参加将于 2017 年 4 月 3 日星期一召开的竞争、消费者信任和消费者选择审核小组 (CCT-RT) 报告和建议草案网络研讨会。本研讨会将使您有机会了解针对新通用顶级域(新 gTLD)的拟定改进建议,对 CCT-RT 报告和建议草案分享您的看法或请求澄清。

CCT-RT 旨在通过以下三个领域评估新 gTLD 项目:竞争、消费者信任和消费者选择。CCT-RT 还需确定现已实施的、旨在缓和新 gTLD 引入后所带来的问题的保护措施的有效性,以及该项目的申请和评估流程的有效性。

敬请参与本研讨会,了解 CCT-RT 对其工作结论和建议草案进行的专门介绍。参与本研讨会还可使您有机会在 CCT-RT 报告草案公共评议期启动之前提出初步反馈意见和请求澄清。本轮公共评议期预计将在 2017 年 4 月 27 日关闭,使您能够对 CCT-RT 提出供其考量的反馈意见。该小组则将继续编制其最终报告和建议。

2017 年 4 月 3 日,CCT-RT 将在世界协调时 10:00 - 11:30 时(如需转换时区请点击此处)和 19:00 - 20:30 时(如需转换时区请点击此处)分别召开两场会议。为了促进全球参与,会议将提供联合国 5 种官方语言口译服务。


  • 报告和建议草案(5 分钟)
  • 数据搜集(10 分钟)
  • 竞争和消费者选择(35 分钟)
  • 保护措施和消费者信任(40 分钟)
  • 申请和评估流程(20 分钟)


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