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DRAFT REVISED INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS IN BASIC INDUSTRIAL STATISTICS
Sweden, hov7ever, em~hasized that in her classification scheme, all fur and leather products except footwear are grouped together in one category. In view of the practice and comments of a number of countries, it would seem desirable to classify individual groups 241 (Manufacture of footwear) and 242 (Repair of footwear) under the manufacture of leather and leather products rather than the manufacture of vlearing apparel. This transfer is not proposed because major group 24 is designed to brtr·g together the manufacture of footwear, irrespective of the type of rr,aterial utilized, which is a principle followed in a number of national classifications) E/CN. 3/243 English Page 14 even in categories which are further sub-divided. (...) However, categories in national schemes not infrequently straddle sub-groups 6123 (Dry goods, apparel and footwear stores) and 6124 (Furniture and home furnishings) and sub-groups 6124 and 6125 (Hardware stores).
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Score: 1581385.4 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce.../get?open&DS=E/CN.3/243&Lang=E
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THE POLITICAL ECONOMY OF RESIDUAL PROTECTION IN THE TRADE REGIME OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA : A REPORT PREPARED FOR THE UNITED NATIONS CONFERENCE ON TRADE AND DEVELOPMENT / BY CRAIG VANGRASSTEK
Among the more notable sectors that are still restricted by residual measures of protection are textiles and apparel, footwear, luggage, other leather products, dairy products, glass and ceramics, some types of vehicles, certain fresh vegetables, prepared fruits and vegetables, meat, as well as maritime services.1 This study also examines the role that discriminatory trade arrangements play in United States policy, and how they relate to residual protection. (...) The peak tariffs that are still applied to some products in the leather sector, particularly to certain footwear, can be attributed to the many efforts legislators have undertaken to maintain and even expand protection of this industry. (...) Most of the leather footwear industry has moved production facilities offshore and is increasingly interested in open rather than closed borders.
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Score: 1566083.8 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...n&DS=UNCTAD/DITC/TNCD/5&Lang=E
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P-CLASSIF. OF EXPENDITURE ACCORDING TO PURPOSE
Suggested presentation of COICOP statistics in matrix format Purpose COICOP: COICOP: COICOP: Actual individual households NPISHs government consumption Food and non-alcoholic beverages 01 01 Alcoholic beverages, tobacco, etc. 02 02 Clothing and footwear 03 03 Housing, water and fuel 04 13.1 14.1 04 + 13.1 + 14.1 Furnishings, household equipment, etc. 05 05 Health 06 13.2 14.2 06 + 13.2 + 14.2 Transport 07 07 Communication 08 08 Recreation and culture 09 13.3 14.3 09 + 13.3 + 14.3 Education 10 13.4 14.4 10 + 13.4 + 14.4 Restaurants and hotels 11 11 Social protection 12.4 13.5 14.5 12.4 + 13.5 + 14.5 Miscellaneous goods and services 12 (less 12.4) 12 (less 12.4) Other services 13.6 13.6 Total Units of classification 40. (...) Examples of other multi-purpose items include: food consumed outside the home which is shown under Restaurants and hotels not Food and non-alcoholic beverages; camper vans which are shown under Recreation and culture not Transport; and basketball shoes and other sports footwear suitable for everyday or leisure wear which are shown under Clothing and footwear not Recreation and culture. 45.
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Score: 1531640 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...DS=ST/ESA/STAT/SER.M/84&Lang=E
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Setor sira ne’ebe iha risku boot inklui akomodasaun no servisu alimentasaun/restaurantes, manufatura, lojas, komersiu no atividade administrativu. (...) Bazeia ba estudu foun, traballadores 1.25 billoens servisu iha setor sira identifika nudar iha risku boot “drastiku no estragus boot” numeru hapara traballadores no redusaun salariu nune’e mos redusaun oras servisu sei sae makaas. (...) “Ida ne’e nudar ezame boot ba kooperasaun internasional iha tinan 75 nia laran,” Ryder hateten.
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Score: 1524929.4 - https://www.ilo.org/jakarta/in...WCMS_741236/lang--en/index.htm
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REPORT OF THE SEMINAR (AS APPROVED BY THE SEMINAR) : JOINT COMMITTEE ON FOREST TECHNOLOGY, MANAGEMENT AND TRAINING, SEMINAR ON CLOTHING AND SAFETY EQUIPMENT IN FORESTRY, KUOPIO (FINLAND), 27 JUNE-1 JULY 1994
Louhevaara (Finland) on the workload of wearing boots in snow; Mr. H. Anttonen (Finland) on problems caused by cold in forest work; Mr. (...) Parker added that there was also a problem with boots in New Zealand as rubber boots, which alone can meet the European standard, are uncomfortable in the warm climate. 13. (...) Safety clothing and footwear is tested according to the standards EN 381-2 to EN 381-9.
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Score: 1509019.5 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...S=TIM/EFC/WP.1/SEM.39/2&Lang=E
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REPORT ON PREFEASIBILITY STUDY OF AN EXPANDED LEATHER AND SHOE INDUSTRY IN WEST AFRICA TO 1980
Nigeria Footwear Imports, I960 to 1965 9 Table. 3. Dahomey and Togo Footwear. (...) For that reason, the discussion in this section of the report is limited to foot wear, with only passing reference to the small quantities of other commercially pro duced leather goods consumed in the subregion. it Footwear consumed in West Africa includes shoes, boots, sandals, and babouches, a sandal-like footwear very popular in this part of Africa. Due to climate and lower cost, consumption of sandals and babouches far exceeds that of shoes and boots. Major materials used in footwear are leather, rubber, textile, plastic, and cork.
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Score: 1468466.2 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...open&DS=E/CN.14/INR/140&Lang=E
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Search results Migrant and refugee crisis Available in: Bosanski/Hrvatski/Srpski English Press release 17 December 2019 UNICEF provides winter clothes and footwear for refugee/migrant children in Bosnia and Herzegovina In close collaboration with the relevant centers for social work, UNICEF is providing winter clothes, boots and blankets for refugee and migrant children Article 04 October 2019 Maja and Donya once again share the school bench Two little girls have realized that they have a lot in common – both of them like socializing, dancing and math, and although they speak different languages Article 01 August 2019 Summer School – an Experience to Remember “We have classes for three days, then we have a field trip for two days.
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Score: 1455562.5 - https://www.unicef.org/bih/en/...ics/migrant-and-refugee-crisis
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REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ON INDUSTRIAL CLASSIFICATION : A PROPOSED INTERNATIONAL STANDARD INDUSTRIAL CLASSIFICATION
Manufacture of leather articles except footwear and other \-Tearing apparel Manufacture of artificial textile fibres 36. (...) lufacturing of rubber footwear to be classified in Major Qroup 30, Vanufacture of Rubber Products. (...) lg Apparel --· Establishments primarily engag~d in manufacturing leather products except ;foot-wear and other wearing apparel such as luggage, handbags, pocketbooks, card, cigarette and key cases, coin purses, checkbook covers, saddlery, harness, whips and other articles made of leather or leather substitutes. Manufacturing of boot and shoe cut stock and findings also to be included. 300 MANUF AC'IURE OF RUBBER PRODUCTS Establishments manufacturing frcm natural or synthetic rubber, gutta percha, balata, or gutta aiak 1 all kinds of rubber products such as tires, rubber footwear, mechanical rubber goods arA rubber sundries.
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Score: 1444480.1 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...f/get?open&DS=E/CN.3/35&Lang=E
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In practice this includes a long-sleeve upper garment, a garment covering the lower body including the legs, footwear (boots or shoes) and, if spraying high crops, a hat (Figure 1). (...) If boots are worn, those made of rubber give protection to a wide range of pesticide products. They should be at least calf height, unlined, with trousers worn outside so that any splashes or spills do not fall inside the boots (Figure 7). Footwear must be washed inside as well as outside at the end of each day's work and then allowed to dry.
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Score: 1434830.7 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...ode/Old_guidelines/PROTECT.pdf
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THE ROLE OF THE TUKEY ALGORITHM IN VALIDATION PROCEDURES FOR PRICES DATA IN A CONSUMER PRICE INDEX : THE UNITED KINGDOM EXPERIENCE ON THIS AND MORE GENERAL ASPECTS OF DATA EDITING : NOTE / BY THE OFFICE FOR NATIONAL STATISTICS, UNITED KINGDOM
In July 2002, the Clothing and Footwear index fell below 100 for the first time since the summer sales of 1987. (...) This is the most comparable series to the UK Clothing and Footwear Index. It covers the whole of the USA, is the “non- seasonally adjusted” version and includes both men’s and women’s clothes and footwear. (...) Chart 3 illustrates the time series for all sections within the UK clothing and footwear group. Four of them have a common trend pattern – initial increase in prices followed by a period of price stability in the mid 1990’s before prices fell steadily during the latter part of the decade.
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Score: 1429799.4 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...DS=ECE/CES/GE.22/2008/5&Lang=E
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