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HS Codes for Fish and Fish Products | GLOBEFISH | Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations FAO.org 中文 english About GLOBEFISH Market Reports Trade Information Countries Publications News & Events Prices Meet the Expert News Events Media Trade and Market News HS Codes for Fish and Fish Products 13/01/2022 The classification of products is a key element in international trade. (...) In addition, the HS allows countries to implement national control of specific products covered by international conventions or agreements, such as the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES), which includes fish species. Fisheries and aquaculture products are strongly associated with international trade.
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Score: 486135.5 - https://www.fao.org/in-action/...nts/details-news/en/c/1379684/
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Microsoft PowerPoint - Kenji presentation2.ppt Organic Foods in Japan • Regulations of organic foods in Japan – Organic Standard – Criteria of Organic Operator – Certification Body • How to export to Japan – Equivalency of the State Law for organic products – Who puts JAS organic mark on organic products Scope of JAS certified organic foods • Organic products with organic JAS mark – Agricultural products – Those processed foods • Organic products not regulated by MAFF (organic JAS mark not allowed to use) -- Mushrooms grown of wood, Alcohol Beverage -- Live Stock & Aquaculture Organic operators 1. (...) Importer Criteria for operator • Organization and Field /Facility • Internal regulation for quality control (how to manage organic quality) • Grading regulation (how to audit quality management & to control organic labeling) • Internal auditing & education Who can put organic JAS label • Farmer/Processor who is certified by a certification body registered at MAFF (Japanese or foreign certification body) • Certified Importer - to evaluate equivalency of imported organic product without organic JAS mark - with certificate issued by the relevant Government - If compliant with JAS regulation, importer has to put organic JAS mark before shipment Certified Organic Operator as of 31.July, 2003 3779 101587 1083 2008 (8076) Total (farmers) 581054269258 (3746) Foreign countries 31981015338141750 (4330) Japan (farmers) TotalimporterSub- divider processorProduction Director • Grading regulations • Grading manager must have authority independent from the • production and sales division. • *To evaluate conformity of its operation with Internal regulations and/or Organic JAS by checking the operation records. • * To approve grading as organic on the products after evaluation • * To deal with unapproved products after production and before • shipment • * To make sure labeling is made in accordance with Organic • JAS. • * To store and ship approved organic products • * To control organic JAS mark and make records of its use/and disposal of disapproved products. • * To undergo inspection and auditing by the certification • organization • Labeling (Grading) of JAS Organic • [1]Consumer packaged organic products: • Labeling of JAS Organic can be printed on the package beforehand or can be affixed on the package with a labeling sticker or piece of paper or cloth etc. • For agricultural product such as rice, ingredients must be written in • either way of “organic product rice” or “organic rice” or similar word in Japanese. • 2) For processed food such as soy sauce, a) “organic soy sauce” b) name of ingredients such as organic soy bean, organic rice, salt, and so on. • c) in addition to the specially required for organic products, the general rule of labeling for processed food must be observed. • • [2] Bulk organic products: • For bulk shipment for trading, Method 1. or 2. must be used. • Method 1. • Affix the label of JAS Organic on the bulk products and also write “JAS • Organic” on the invoice and shipping documents / slips. • Method 2. • Affix the Label of JAS Organic (JAS organic mark with the certification body name (and the operator’s number) on the invoice and write “JAS Organic” on the invoice and shipping documents / slips. • [3] Note • 1).The lot number should be written on the products and the invoice / shipping slips. • 2).The grading manager is responsible for printing and affixing the label of JAS Organic before shipment. • 3 ). (...) For the final printing of the JAS Organic label, you need to use the clear proof of the JAS –JONA mark. • (Please read carefully Article 5, in the JAS Organic Standards and the Labeling Standard for processed food, fresh produce and rice/ milled rice) • Internal regulations for production process management • ---Procedures to carry out organic quality management. • * Annual production plan • * Cultivation plan --- seed, fertilization, pest and weed control, • crop rotation • * Maintenance, cleaning and washing of machinery, equipment • and tools • * Lot control from harvest to shipment • * Processing on the farm---washing, drying, cutting, selecting, • storing, packing • * Record keeping---farming, harvest, shipment, loss • * To report to the certification body and undergo inspection and • auditing by the certification organization. • * To check and improve internal regulations periodically • --internal auditing • * Claim policy and manual • * Education and training of staff and workers.
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Score: 485988.3 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...nic_2003/regulations_japan.pdf
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Microsoft PowerPoint - 21Desclos.ppt UN/ECE TIMBER COMMITTEEUN/ECE TIMBER COMMITTEE Geneva, Oct. 2003Geneva, Oct. 2003 VALUE-ADDED WOOD PRODUCTS TRADE P-M. DESCLOS Forest Products Consultants pmdfilo @ tin.it P-M DESCLOS pmdfilo @ tin.it Forest Products Consultants 2UN/EC TC V-AWPT 2003 Introduction This short presentation will cover the international trade of furniture, joinery, carpentry, profiled wood and flooring with a special chapter on laminate flooring and engineered wood products in reference to the North-American and Japanese markets Even if their share of the total international timber trade grew, the overall trade of value-added wood products started slowing in 2001 after several years of steady growth. (...) The international trade of added-value products reacts much faster than primary products trade to the variations of exchange rates. 0.8 0.9 1 1.1 1.2 11 200 2 3 5 7 9 11 200 3 3 5 7 9 1 US$ = € 0.007 0.0075 0.008 0.0085 0.009 0.0095 11 20 02 3 5 7 9 11 20 03 3 5 7 9 11 1 YEN = € P-M DESCLOS pmdfilo @ tin.it Forest Products Consultants 5UN/EC TC V-AWPT 2003 Furniture: International trade flows International furniture trade: More than half of the global international furniture exchange is traded between exporters and importers of the same region *: Western Europe: 66% NAFTA area: 60% Asia / Pacific regions: 50% *Source: EPF / CISL Main transcontinental / transregional furniture trade flows : from Asia to the USA and Europe from Europe to the USA, mostly from Italy from Eastern Europe to Western Europe, mostly to Germany P-M DESCLOS pmdfilo @ tin.it Forest Products Consultants 6UN/EC TC V-AWPT 2003 Furniture: International trade In 2001 the global import of furniture went down by 2.8%. (...) After many years of efforts, lesser known species (LKS) are gaining acceptance in the manufacture and trade of tropical value-added products. Plantation products account for a large share of tropical value- added products The international market of garden furniture, decking and gluelam scantlings is very active Certification is a strategic issue, conditioning investments and exports P-M DESCLOS pmdfilo @ tin.it Forest Products Consultants 20UN/EC TC V-AWPT 2003 Special thanks to: • Mr.
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Score: 485858.1 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...1/presentations/21-desclos.pdf
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The role of productive and technological capabilities in export dynamics in developing countries | Publication | Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean Skip to main content United Nations 2030 Agenda COVID-19 Español English Português About ECLAC tw fb fl yt Main menu Topics Economic Economic development International trade and integration Production, productivity and management Social Social development Population and development Environmental Sustainable development and human settlements Natural resources Cross-cutting 2030 Agenda Gender affairs Planning for development Statistics Regional architecture Regional architecture Sessions of the Commission Observatories Subsidiary bodies Regional Forum on Sustainable Development Treaties and agreements Cooperation Data and statistics Knowledge Publications Featured Search CEPAL Review Notas de Población Training Courses Workshops Study programmes Library Featured Search Ask us Communities All Communities Observatories All Observatories News Events Available in English Español The role of productive and technological capabilities in export dynamics in developing countries Economic development International trade and integration April 2021 | Regular Publications, Reviews and Bulletins » CEPAL Review The role of productive and technological capabilities in export dynamics in developing countries Author: Vergara, Sebastián Physical Description: p. 7-30; grafs., tabls. (...) The analysis shows that, within sectors, countries with greater productive capacities have more exporters, and the exporters are larger and charge higher prices for their products. (...) Share Search publications See recent publications Subtopics International trade Productivity Related CEPAL review CEPAL Review no. 133 Subscription Get ECLAC updates by email Subscribe You might be interested in 30 Apr 2021 CEPAL Review Production fragmentation, foreign trade and... 1 Apr 2022 CEPAL Review International engagement of Brazilian... 1 Aug 2017 CEPAL Review Colombian agricultural product competitiveness... 4 Dec 2018 International Trade Outlook for Latin America and the Caribbean International Trade Outlook for Latin America and...
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Score: 485833.7 - https://www.cepal.org/en/publi...ies-export-dynamics-developing
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You have invested a lot of time and you brought all your experience and your commitment in order to create new tools for improving international trade with organic products. Organic trade is expanding at the rate of 15-20 percent per year, and more than 100 countries currently export certified organic products. (...) And the result is the creation of new tools for international trade with organic products. - 2 - - 3 - Equitool is a guide to help decision-makers assess whether an organic production and processing standard applicable in one region of the world is equivalent – that is, not identical but equally valid – to another organic standard. (...) These tools follow, adopt and adapt relevant principles of the Codex Alimentarius Commission, ISO Guide 65 and WTO and thus, offer a truly international basis for facilitating trade of organic products.
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Score: 485832.47 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...ag/files/ITF_Mueller_final.pdf
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Sound Systems Sound systems refers to the use of international standards and best practices in systems development, including liaising with systems developers in other statistical organisations and making optimum use of off-the-shelf or shared statistical products where available. (...) For the purposes of presenting guidelines for a statistical production process, the various activities associated with the collection are subdivided into eight subgroups corresponding to the phases defined in the Generic Statistical Business Process Model (GSBPM), published by UNECE, which is the international standard. (...) They include formulating and applying a dissemination strategy, including a release schedule and pricing policy; reformatting the data and metadata as required and loading them into publicly accessible databases, and preparing and disseminating printed publications in accordance with ITU publishing and presentation guidelines; notifying users of the release of the statistical products, giving briefings for key users and user groups; promoting the products to ensure that they reach the widest possible range of users; and managing communications with internal and external users, including ensuring that user queries are recorded and that responses are provided General Guidelines ITU has: • implemented efficient and effective procedures and systems for data dissemination; ITU does: November 18, 2014 Data Quality Assurance Framework Page 18 of 23 • notify internal users and enable their access to statistical products at the earliest possible opportunity; • prepare statistical products in accordance with relevant ITU publishing and presentation guidelines; • maximize internal and external interpretability of the data products by accompanying them with appropriate metadata; • ensure that products are timely and punctual by maintaining and adhering to detailed activity and release schedules; • disseminate statistical products externally, including preparing printed publications and making databases accessible via the web site; • give briefings to key users, including senior officials of international and national organisations, large ICT service providers, members of think tanks, academia and the media; • promote externally products via wikis and blogs and social media to ensure that they reach the widest possible audience, for example; • manage communications with internal and external users by ensuring that user queries are recorded, that responses are provided; 8.
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Score: 485408.5 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/S...s/events/wtis2014/005INF-E.pdf
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The main purpose of the CPC is to provide a framework for facilitating the international comparison of product statistics and to serve as a guide for developing or revising existing classification schemes in order to make them compatible with international standards. (...) The FAO proposal for CPC Ver.2.0 (based on CPC Ver.1.1) was submitted to the Technical Subgroup of the Expert Group on International Classifications (EG) in 2005 with the aim of increasing proper detail for agriculture products. (...) CPC Ver.2.1 is expected to enter into force shortly afterwards.  Adoption of the CPC in FAO A common classification for agricultural products was not available at the international level before CPC Ver.2 was completed in 2008.
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Score: 485305.3 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...cation_of_Agri_Commodities.pdf
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Mountain Partnership: Mountain products    About Our Vision and Mission Governance and Strategy Mountain Partnership Steering Committee Mountain Partnership Secretariat Basic Documents Brochures Logos and PowerPoint presentations FAQ Definitions Members List of members Membership criteria Join us Our work Advocacy Joint action Capacity Development Communications International Year of Sustainable Mountain Development 2022 International Mountain Day Resource Mobilization Food security Regions Asia and the Pacific Europe Near East and North Africa North & Central America and the Caribbean South America Sub-Saharan Africa News Members' Voices Success Stories Events Global Meeting of the Mountain Partnership 2022 Archive Mountain Partnership Events MP Event Planning Calendar Peak to Peak Current Issue Archive Publications On the shelf Mountain Partnership Key Publications Policy Briefs & Reports UN documents Member Publications Mountain Declarations Mountain Library Resources Peak to Peak Newsletter Archive Mountain Partnership Basic Documents Contact Join us Advocacy Joint action Capacity Development Communications International Year of Sustainable Mountain Development 2022 International Mountain Day Resource Mobilization Food security Mountain Partnership Products Initiative Mountain Partnership Products Initiative See video in Italian and Spanish Mountain products Globalization offers opportunities for mountain producers to market their high quality mountain products, such as coffee, cocoa, honey, herbs, spices and handicrafts at the national, regional and international levels. Though mountain agriculture cannot compete with the prices and volumes of lowland production, it can concentrate on high value high quality products to boost local economies. (...) Home  >  mountain-partnership  >  Our work  > Mountain products  Mountain Partnership    Our vision  Governance Secretariat Regions News Events     Our work Advocacy Capacity development   Communications   Joint action   International Mountain Day   Publications        Focus areas Biodiversity Climate change Disaster risk management Food security Forests Gender Green economy Indigenous peoples   Mountain agriculture   Mountain products  Renewable energy   Sustainable tourism   Water     Follow Us Subscribe to Peak to Peak Newsletter   Contact us | Terms and Conditions  | [email protected]  | Subscribe to our Newsletter Copyright © FAO, 2015
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Score: 485153.3 - https://www.fao.org/mountain-p...cusareas/mountain-products/en/
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Mountain Partnership: Mountain products    About Our Vision and Mission Governance and Strategy Mountain Partnership Steering Committee Mountain Partnership Secretariat Basic Documents Brochures Logos and PowerPoint presentations FAQ Definitions Members List of members Membership criteria Join us Our work Advocacy Joint action Capacity Development Communications International Year of Sustainable Mountain Development 2022 International Mountain Day Resource Mobilization Food security Regions Asia and the Pacific Europe Near East and North Africa North & Central America and the Caribbean South America Sub-Saharan Africa News Members' Voices Success Stories Events Global Meeting of the Mountain Partnership 2022 Archive Mountain Partnership Events MP Event Planning Calendar Peak to Peak Current Issue Archive Publications On the shelf Mountain Partnership Key Publications Policy Briefs & Reports UN documents Member Publications Mountain Declarations Mountain Library Resources Peak to Peak Newsletter Archive Mountain Partnership Basic Documents Contact Join us Advocacy Joint action Capacity Development Communications International Year of Sustainable Mountain Development 2022 International Mountain Day Resource Mobilization Food security Mountain Partnership Products Initiative Mountain Partnership Products Initiative See video in Italian and Spanish Mountain products Globalization offers opportunities for mountain producers to market their high quality mountain products, such as coffee, cocoa, honey, herbs, spices and handicrafts at the national, regional and international levels. Though mountain agriculture cannot compete with the prices and volumes of lowland production, it can concentrate on high value high quality products to boost local economies. (...) Home  >  mountain-partnership  >  Our work  > Mountain products  Mountain Partnership    Our vision  Governance Secretariat Regions News Events     Our work Advocacy Capacity development   Communications   Joint action   International Mountain Day   Publications        Focus areas Biodiversity Climate change Disaster risk management Food security Forests Gender Green economy Indigenous peoples   Mountain agriculture   Mountain products  Renewable energy   Sustainable tourism   Water     Follow Us Subscribe to Peak to Peak Newsletter   Contact us | Terms and Conditions  | [email protected]  | Subscribe to our Newsletter Copyright © FAO, 2015
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Score: 485153.3 - https://www.fao.org/mountain-p...cusareas/mountain-products/ru/
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Alianza para las Montañas: Mountain products    About Our Vision and Mission Governance and Strategy Mountain Partnership Steering Committee Mountain Partnership Secretariat Documentos Brochures Logos and PowerPoint presentations FAQ Definitions Members Miembros Membership criteria Únete a Nosotros Our work Advocacy Joint action Capacity Development Communications International Year of Sustainable Mountain Development 2022 International Mountain Day Busca fuentes de financiaciòn Food security Regions Asia and the Pacific Europe Near East and North Africa North & Central America and the Caribbean South America Sub-Saharan Africa News Members' Voices Success Stories Events Global Meeting of the Mountain Partnership 2022 Archivo Mountain Partnership Events MP Event Planning Calendar Peak to Peak Número Actual Archivo Publications En la estantería Recursos Recursos Recursos Recursos Mountain Declarations Recursos Recursos Archivo Recursos Contacto Únete a Nosotros Advocacy Joint action Capacity Development Communications International Year of Sustainable Mountain Development 2022 International Mountain Day Busca fuentes de financiaciòn Food security Mountain Partnership Products Initiative Mountain Partnership Products Initiative See video in Italian and Spanish Mountain products Globalization offers opportunities for mountain producers to market their high quality mountain products, such as coffee, cocoa, honey, herbs, spices and handicrafts at the national, regional and international levels. Though mountain agriculture cannot compete with the prices and volumes of lowland production, it can concentrate on high value high quality products to boost local economies. (...) Home  >  mountain-partnership  >  Our work  > Mountain products  Mountain Partnership    Our vision  Governance Secretariat Regions News Events     Our work Advocacy Capacity development   Communications   Joint action   International Mountain Day   Publications        Focus areas Biodiversity Climate change Disaster risk management Food security Forests Gender Green economy Indigenous peoples   Mountain agriculture   Mountain products  Renewable energy   Sustainable tourism   Water     Follow Us Subscribe to Peak to Peak Newsletter   Contact us | Terms and Conditions  | [email protected]  | Subscribe to our Newsletter Copyright © FAO, 2015
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Score: 485153.3 - https://www.fao.org/mountain-p...-interes/mountain-products/es/
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