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Requirements should be limited to relevant aspects and be proportionate to the hazard inherent in a given product or product area. The detailed provisions on how to meet the requirements of the regulatory objectives should preferably be specified in applicable international standards. (...) The CRA may contain a provision that products complying with the referenced international standards are presumed to comply with the requirements. 4. (...) In a case where products are in conformity with the CRA or the applicable international standard but are still found to endanger legitimate objectives, the regulator having agreed on a CRA could withdraw such products from the market or restrict free circulation.
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Score: 478592.63 - https://unece.org/DAM/trade/wp...WP6_Recommendations_E_2018.pdf
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Press Releases 2001 Site map  Home About UNECE Programmes Information Meetings Contact Us United Nations Economic Commission for Europe Press Release [Index]       INTERNATIONAL TRADING LANGUAGE FOR BOVINE MEAT PRODUCTS The UNECE announces adoption of an international trading language for bovine meat products Geneva, 4 May 2001 Meat products in international trade have to comply with a variety of veterinary requirements to ensure that they are safe for consumption. (...) The UNECE, through its Specialized Section on Standardization of Meat, has prepared an international trading language for bovine meat products. (...) Carpenter, "this new UNECE standard, if generally used in trade, will facilitate the fair international trade of bovine meat products and prevent technical barriers to trade, improve producers’ profitability and encourage the production of high quality products, as well as protect the interests of consumers worldwide".
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Score: 478511 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DAM/press/pr2001/01trade07e.htm
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Prescribing Technical Regulations Article 2 By adopting technical regulations for products or groups of products, the following in particular shall be prescribed: 1) technical requirements that must be fulfilled by products placed into circulation or used; 2) rights and obligations of companies, other legal persons, entrepreneurs and natural persons that place products into circulation or use; 3) conformity assessment procedures; 4) requirements for the body that performs a conformity assessment; 5) documents accompanying products placed into circulation or use; 6) mark and manner of marking of products. (...) Technical requirement may also contain or to exclusively refer to terminology, symbols, requirements with respect to packaging, designating and indicating, if applicable to a product, method of production or processing. 4) “technical specification” shall mean a document that defines technical requirements that a product must fulfill; 5) “placing a product into circulation” shall mean for the first time selling, offering for sale, or entering into any other commercial transaction involving a product; 6) “use” shall mean the first use of a product by an end-user in the Republic of Montenegro (hereinafter referred to as: Montenegro) 7) “supplier” shall mean the manufacturer, its representative established in Montenegro, importer or any company, other legal person, entrepreneur or other natural person that places a product into circulation or makes it available for use; 8) “conformity assessment” shall mean any procedure used, directly or indirectly, to determine that relevant requirements in technical regulations or standards are fulfilled; 9) “conformity assessment body” shall mean an independent laboratory, certification body, control authority, or other authority that performs a conformity assessment; 10) “certificate of conformity” shall mean a declaration, test report, certificate or other document attesting to the conformity of a product with the relevant technical regulation; 11) “conformity mark” shall mean a mark or indication affixed to the product indicating compliance with a relevant technical regulation; 12) “notification” shall mean providing to the relevant international organizations the information required by international agreements ratified by Montenegro, and includes the notification requirement of the WTO Agreement on Technical Barriers to Trade; 13) “interested parties” shall have the meaning referred to in the law that regulates general administrative procedure and shall include exporters and officials of exporting countries, notably WTO Members. 3 3 Justification for Technical Regulations Article 5 Technical regulations shall be adopted only for the purpose of protecting human, animal and plant life, health and safety, environment protection, protection of property and protection of other public interests. (...) Conformity of a Product with a Technical Regulation Article 9 (1) A technical regulation may provide that a conformity of a product is assumed if it meets requirements of a standard referred to in the technical regulation. (2) A conformity of a product referred to in paragraph 1 of this Article may be established in any other manner.
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Score: 478471.97 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...e/cgr_e/WTACCCGR24A2_LEG_2.pdf
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X Productivity interventions available to garment factories in Asia: A mapping study X Productivity interventions available to garment factories in Asia: A mapping study Copyright © International Labour Organization 2021 First published 2021 Publications of the International Labour Office enjoy copyright under Protocol 2 of the Universal Copyright Convention. (...) Reference to names of firms and commercial products and processes does not imply their endorsement by the International Labour Office, and any failure to mention a particular firm, commercial product or process is not a sign of disapproval. (...) Consultancy firms could also demonstrate the value of their interventions by providing complimentary assessments to individual factories to estimate the cost-savings potential of enhanced productivity efforts. X Productivity interventions available to garment factories in Asia: A mapping studyviii X Abbreviations BSR Business for Social Responsibility GIZ Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit GmbH EBMO employer and business membership organization GVA gross value added ILO International Labour Organization KPI key performance indicator NGO non-government organization P.A.C.E.
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Score: 478435.4 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...ts/publication/wcms_781479.pdf
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• Give confidence that products requirements are met • Benefits the user as they can make better purchase decisions • Benefits the supplier as products may more easily gain market acceptance • Helps level the industry playing field & encourages competition • WTO Technical Barriers to Trade Agreement recognises “the important contribution that…conformity assessment schemes can make…by improving efficiency of production and facilitating the conduct of international trade” • Provides governments and regulators with best practices 6 International Telecommunication Union Design of conformity assessment scheme • Certification scheme should be related to the degree of risk associated with non-compliance considering such aspects as safety, health or environmental impacts, durability, compatibility and suitability for intended use • Cost should not be excessive • Should ensure transparency and neutrality International Telecommunication Union Conformity Assessment Guidelines ISO Conformity Assessment Committee (CASCO) 7 International Telecommunication Union ISO/IEC 17000 Series – Conformity assessment ISO/IEC 17000:2004 Vocabulary and general principles. (...) Product certification benefits consumers as they are able to make better purchase decisions about products and also benefit suppliers as by demonstrating conformity they may more easily gain market acceptance. (...) One method of providing such assurance is through product certification.” 9 Product Certification Should address the concerns of users by instilling confidence regarding fulfillment of requirements May be used by suppliers to market their products Should not require excessive resources and so be overly expensive Who performs conformity assessment?
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Score: 478353.5 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/tech...thMainwaring_ITUConsultant.pdf
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SEE ALSO: press releases WTO news Mike Moore's speeches Renato Ruggiero's speeches, 1995-99 br> These are among the findings contained in the WTO's second annual report See footnote 1 on the international dairy products market, published today. (...) An International Dairy Council and a Committee on Certain Milk Products have been established to administer the Agreement. Previously three Protocols were annexed to the International Dairy Arrangement; under the International Dairy Agreement these have been combined into a single Annex on Certain Milk Products.
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Score: 478272.85 - https://www.wto.org/english/news_e/pres97_e/pr68_e.htm
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As a result, this reallocation of resources associated with international trade endogenously raises aggregate productivity. Against this backdrop, the slowdown in international trade flows is constraining productivity growth. (...) Do exports generate higher productivity? Evidence from Slovenia. Journal of International Economics 73, pp. 69–98.
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Score: 478016.55 - https://www.un.org/development.../publication/dsp_policy_11.pdf
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The increasing demand to import certain organic products from international sources presents an interesting trade potential for exporters from Latin America and the Caribbean. In order to guard the integrity of the domestic organic market, the United States has determined specific rules for the certification and review of organic products and their production. International suppliers need to meet these standards in order to offer their products as "organic" in the United States, and to profit from price premiums reached due to consumers' belief in the high quality of organically produced food. No comprehensive data is available yet on international trade in organic food products, but since 2011, the United States has maintained a database that allows tracking the imports of selected organic commodities.
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Score: 477846.9 - https://www.cepal.org/en/publi...portunities-latin-american-and
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Reduced trade barriers and the general globalization of business and manufacturing are also driving the increased demand for international parcel products. As part of the UPU's objective of helping its designated operators respond effectively to the ever-changing needs and expectations of their posting customers, it is undertaking a number of projects aimed at improving the quality of service worldwide and raising the image and profile of the international postal parcel. These projects have been specifically designed to stimulate the growth of developing Posts' share of the overall international parcels market. UPU activities in the parcels sector are focusing on the provision of full service international parcel products, with consistent end-to-end delivery times and strong customer and product support. Integrating Postal Products With the introduction of its Integrated Product Plan (IPP), adopted in 2018, the UPU is for the very first time taking a fully integrated approach to product development and ensuring speedier decision making on products in response to market needs.
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Score: 477823.44 - https://www.upu.int/en/Univers...sical-Services/Postal-Products
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Certification of products shall be performed by the authorized certification bodies - enterprises, institutions and organizations with the following purposes: to prevent sale of products dangerous for the life, health, property of citizens and environment; to assist consumer to chose products; to create conditions for the agents of the entrepreneurial activity to participate in the international economic, scientific and technical cooperation and international trade. (...) Obligatory certification in all cases shall include examination and testing of products to determine its properties and further state technical supervision over the certified products. 3. (...) Scientific and research works in the area of standardization, development of the international and national standards determining basic and general requirements and obligatory requirements ensuring safety of products for the life and health of people, their compatibility and interchangeability and protection of the environment shall be financed from the allocated budget funds in the first place.
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Score: 477653.03 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...e/ukr_e/WTACCUKR59A1_LEG_2.pdf
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