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.*.. 00 ure and parts thereof9)ases: Lture and parts thereof, .0 Veneered with coon wood, j also those with pyroen- gra-ved, pressed or mill ! cut ornaments.O.. 0f fine wood or veneered with fime wood, even fine- ly carved or turned, sculptured or combined, with fine- maera.e- cept covers of any kindl Warei manufactured of turn±ng and carving material, combined or not with fine matterals: 1bartificial horn or 't fal eSin: i Plastic foils, printed. Hollow glass, moulded and solid n.s.m., not worked: Other: Glass Fods, coloured, and glass tabes, chemically and thermically resistanto. ericks and alaba, fireproof; Dinas, mgnesite, bauxît and graphite bricks and elabe: Bauxite and graphite bricks and slaba o.
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Score: 1766422 - https://www.wto.org/gatt_docs/English/SULPDF/90670116.pdf
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RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE 1973 WORLD PROGRAMME OF INDUSTRIAL STATISTICS. PART 2, LIST OF SELECTED PRODUCTS AND MATERIALS
r 1220-04 Sawlogs and veneer logs. coniferous 24220-O Coniferous timber in the natural state as felled, usually with the branches lopped off, and such timber stripped of its bark (including the inner bark) . or from which merely the rough protuberances have been removed; trunks or sections of trunks of coniferous trees, the round surfaces of which have been reduced to flat surfaces by means of axe or adze, or by coarse sawing, to form wood of roughly rectangular cross-section, parts of the bark often remaining at the corners. (...) Compact cubic metres. 1220-07 Sawlogs and veneer logs. broadleaved 24230-C Eroadleaved timber in the natural state as felled, usually with the branches lopped off, and such timber stripped of its bark (including the inner bark) or from which merely the rough protuberances have been removed; trunks or sections of trunks of broadleaved trees, the round surfaces of which have been reduced to flat surfaces by means of axe or adze, or by coarse sawing, to form wood of roughly rectangular cross-section, parts of the bark often remaining at the corners.
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Score: 1572725.8 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...T/STAT/SER.M/54(PARTII)&Lang=E
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RELATIONSHIP OF THE STANDARD INTERNATIONAL TRADE CLASSIFICATION TO THE INTERNATIONAL STANDARD INDUSTRIAL CLASSIFICATION (REPORT BY THE SECRETARY-GENERAL)
.,,1.ste (:Including sm.rdust) •r-iomi choxcoal ~·loocl in the rough or roughly squared (including broadleaved) ami veneer - conifer Sc:;, ... rlogs allli veneer logs, in the rough - coni- 022 l 021, 311 022 fer 022 Sawlogs and veneer, rougl1ly squared - conifer Sa,Jl()gs anti veneer and veneer non-conifer Sa.rlo3s and veneer . "" non-conl.Ler logs, in the rough - logs, roughl~r c: quareci 022 022 - non-conifer 022 Pi tp:cops (mine timber 022 Poles, posts and other vmod in the rough, n.e.s.
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Score: 1522450.5 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce.../get?open&DS=E/CN.3/307&Lang=E
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REGISTER OF NEW AND PLANNED INDUSTRIAL PROJECTS IN SELECTED AFRICAN COUNTRIES, 1972 -1973
ldri a Rug and blanket f a ot ory Sand brick f act ory at ' Samalut ':..'wo textile factories Ready made cloth~ ~ and blanke~s . factory Hail f actory ) ) ) ~ J ei nf or ced iron ba rs plant ~ . 'Complex f or treatmEnt of ~·hosphatcs at Al Mohamud Investment and Employment s-:; a.ga of t : Collabor ators Imple mcnt e.ti on ~ Annua l CapacHy ------- ~ 500, 000 pai r s 5701 000 tons o:' f e rtilize r nja ~45 m World Bank Loan Total producti on - hE25 m 2,000 tons /dey out of whi ch: gasoline - 240 t ons gas oil - 280 ton~ , . ke r osene - 240 t on.s , fumance oil - 220 tons 200m bricks 32,000 t ons n/a 400, 000 sq. m • Out put hE40, ooo 50 m bricks w.6 m n/a ~2o7 m I, E350 . 000 i! (...) Project Annual c c.paci ty Dnployment 1 .. - · Tea factory ·at· Kawambwa Collaborator s · ~ · · - --------n~/,...a~P-o_s..;..s-:-i b:-::-ly-a--=1-o-an-~f-;;;:;-~ ·-· · "n/; n/a the Commonwealth Develop- ment Corporation K.2.) m (Bank of Montreal n/a financing) 2 . Two bricks factory 130 m bricks 3. Expansion of !~afue Nit·ro- Up to 400, 000 tons K 20 m gen Chemicals (Ammonium, nitric ac~d , ammonium nitrate and sulphat e) 4 • Tannery at I~af\\e 300 sY::ins/day US$.2 . 5 m Zambia Bata Shoe Ltd. 1 Societe Financiere Internationale 5· Xanathates factory at n/a About K 2 m Kafue 6.
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Score: 1466855.9 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...open&DS=E/CN.14/INR/210&Lang=E
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Industries Closed to Both National and Foreign Investments 3698 Manufacture/processing of cultural items Subject to prior approval from relevant Ministries 2021 Sawn timber, veneer, plywood, wood-based products utilizing local logs as raw materials. (...) Industries Open with Restriction to Foreign Investors 1600 Manufacture of cigarette Only of export (100%) 1551 Alcohol Subject to prior approval from relevant Ministries 1320 Exploitation of gemstones Subject to local equity participation 2691 Bricks made of clay (hollow, solid) and tile, …. Subject to local equity participation 1531 Rice mill Subject to local equity participation 2029 Manufacturing of wood and stone carving Subject to local equity participation 1711 Silk weaving Subject to local equity participation IV.
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Score: 1428027 - https://www.wto.org/english/th..._e/khm_e/WTACCKHM3A3_LEG_4.pdf
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At that time ‘a lot of damaged ancient and medieval antiquities were recovered and some of them arc even now preserved’ in the custody of the Department of Archaeology.24 Keshar Shamsher J.B.R. provided ‘a high platform around the Mayadevi temple and enlarged the Shakya Tank with successive terraces and brick veneer.’25 In 1961- 62 Debala Mitra of the Archaeological Survey of India excavated a small trench at the base of the Asokan pillar on the western side in order to ascertain the nature of brick enclosure described by Mukherji and to know the details of the base of the pillar. (...) Rijal, Archaeological Activities in Lumbini: 1978-83, Kathmandu, (n.d.), p. 27. 8 8.20x 2.70 metre) is made of 7 courses of Mauryan bricks and the size of the bricks are 38x25-l 2x8 centimetres. (...) The carved brick temple which was built on the deposited plinth is constructed on the four courses of brick-bats and mud-fillings.
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Score: 1416928.1 - https://en.unesco.org/silkroad...birth-place_of_lord_buddha.pdf
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INDUSTRIAL STATISTICS : LIST OF SELECTED INDUSTRIAL COMMODITIES : REPORT OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
E/CN.3/368 English Annex I Page 5 LIST OF INDUSTRIAL COMMODITIES Code Commodity TIDITILES, WEARING APPAREL, LEATHER AND LEATHER PRODUCTS (continued) 243-08 Raincoat~, women's and girls' . thousand number 24~-09 Suits, women's and girls' . . . . thousand number 24)-10 Dresses, wumen's and girls' . . . . thousand number 24)-11 Skirts, slacks and shorts, women's and girls' . . thousand number 243-12 Blouses, women's and girls' thousand number 244-01 Blankets . . . . . . . . . . . . . thousand number WOOD AND PAPER AND WOOD AND PAP£R PRODUCTS 251-01 Wooden railway sleepers 251-02 Sawnwood, coniferous • 251-03 sa~~wood, broadleaved 251-04 Veneer sheets 251-05 251-06 Plywood Particle board 271-01 Mechanical wood pulp • . . . . . . . . 271-02 Pulp of fibres other than wood 271-03 Wood pulp other than mechanical . . . . . 271-04 271-05 271-06 271-07 Newsprint . . . . . . . . . . . . . • • . (...) E/CN.3/3ffi English Annex I Page 7 LIST OF INDUSTRIAL COMMODITIES Code Commodity Unit RUBBER, CHEMICAL, PETROLEUM AND COAL PRODUCTS (continued) 313-02 313-03 Cellulose paints, varnishes and lacquers ••••• metric tons Other paints, enamels, pigments and extenders; 319-01 319-02 319-03 varnishes, lacquers and stains other than cellulose; ships 1 bottom compositions Soap ••• Washing powder and detergents Matches 319-04 Glycerine 319-05 Carbon black • • 319-06 Printer's ink 319-07 Insecticides, fungicides, disinfectants, etc. 321-01 Motor spirit (including aviation spirit) • 321-02 321-03 Kerosene • Jet fuel • 321-04 Distillate fuel oils • • 321-05 Residual fuel oils • 321-o6 Lubricating oils • • 321-07 Liquefied petroleum gas 329-01 329-02 329-03 329-04 Patent fuel Brown-coal briquettes Coke-oven coke Gas coke • • • • 329-05 Petroleum coke 329-06 Bitumen (asphalt) 329-07 Gas produced by cokeries • . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . metric tons . . metric tons metric tons million number . . thousand metric tons . . metric tons . metric tons . . metric tons . . thousand metric tons • • • thousand metric tons . . . thousand metric tons . thousand metric tons . thousand metric tons . thousand metric tons . thousand metric tons . thousand metric tons • • thousand metric tons • • tpousand metric tons • • thousand metric tons • thousand metric tons • • thousand metric tons • million cubic metres NON-METALLIC MINERAL PRODUCTS, EXCEPT PRODUCTS OF PETROLEUM AND COAL 331-01 Building bricks, made of clay 331-02 Roofing tiles, made of clay • thousand cubic metres • • • • • million square metres I ...
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Score: 1415656.5 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc.../get?open&DS=E/CN.3/368&Lang=E
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Microsoft PowerPoint - 13Doran Columbia Forest Products Overview of CFP Short review of each division Full Review International Div Questions Answers Columbia Forest Products • Founded in 1957 • One Plywood Mill Klamath Falls, OR • ESOP Columbia Forest Products Core Values Customer Service Above All Else Absolute Integrity Share the Success Columbia Forest Products Four Divisions • Plywood • Veneer • Flooring • International Turnover $ 1 billion 4400 employees Plywood Columbia Forest Products Plywood Division • Largest Decorative Mfgr. in North America • Seven Manufacturing Plants • Distributors, OEM’s, Mass Merchandisers • Formal Business Plan • Sales team blanket North America • Know all major buyers Hardwood Veneer Columbia Forest Products Veneer Division • Four manufacturing plants • Rotary cut decorative hardwood veneer • Plywood, door and furniture manufacturers • Largest North American Manufacturer • Birch, Red Oak, Maple Flooring Columbia Forest Products Flooring Division • Founded 1996 First shipments April 1997 • Double digit market share • Full line Solid, engineered, laminate • Independent and national distributors • Buying groups and Mass Merchandisers • Five North American manufacturing plants • Contract outsource offshore Columbia Forest Products International Division • Founded July 1994 • One of Top Three Panel Importers North America • Number one in Russian Birch plywood • Complements domestic product line • Mix match domestic imported • Mfg. expertise • North America sales / distribution network • Ideal partner for Offshore manufacturers MT Columbia Operations – International Division International Division Norfolk, VA Savannah, GA New Orleans, LAHouston, TX Los Angeles, CA Vancouver, BC Port Location Portland, OR Sales Office/Corporate Camden, NJ U.S. (...) Petersburg Columbia Forest Products International Division • Hardwood plywood imports twice domestic • AHEC mission expand exports • US trade deficit soars • US policy favors weaker dollar • Timber harvest from Federal land nil • Greens try to curtail private land harvest • US fights Canadian soft wood incursion Columbia Forest Products International Division • Official government policy is to export • Environmental reduced timber harvest • US plenty of wood price high • US policy and action conflict • This opens the door wide for imports Columbia Forest Products International Division Source Countries Russia- birch plywood, lumber, EGP China- utility plywood birch, okoume, obeche, poplar, platforms, thin fancy plywood, sliced veneer, Brazil- utility hardwood plywood, platforms, softwood plywood, core veneer • Indonesia/ Malaysia- utility hardwood plywood, thin fancy plywood, platforms • Ukraine/ Belarus/ Poland- birch plywood lumber specialties • Chile/ Ecuador- Hardwood utility plywood and sanded softwood plywood • Africa- core veneer, platforms • New Zealand- softwood veneer Columbia Forest Products International Division • Baltic States/ Romania/ Bulgaria/ Yugoslavia- potential for flooring, blockboard, plywood, lumber, furniture parts Columbia Forest Products International Division Columbia Forest Products International Division Exports • Rotary Decorative Veneer- East Europe, China, Mexico, South America • Ikea sub contractors • Style barriers white oak, beech preference • AHEC helping • Hardwood logs a possibility • Hardwood plywood barriers- duty, freight, size, core • East Euro Plant to service Europe Columbia Forest Products International Division Uses of Imports • Russian Birch - drawer sides, frame stock, juvenile furniture, kitchen cabinets, virtually no film face • Chile Brazilian soft wood - construction • Chinese Plywood - utility panels, shelving, framestock, laminating, backs, bottoms Uses of Imports • Asian South American Hardwood- utility panels, laminating, floor underlayment, backs, bottoms, shelving, door inserts, blind returns. • Africa- Core for thin and thick panels, laminating, utility panels Columbia Forest Products International Division Columbia Forest Products International Division TRENDS • End Users are extremely flexible • Price availability are king • US manufacturers of furniture/cabinets in a death struggle with off shore • Will try anything to reduce cost • Green growing slower than EU TRENDS • Wood sourcing moves as fast as capital • Brazil/Chile has eliminated North America as European soft wood supplier • Brazil has taken a significant market share of hardwood panels from Indo Malaysia • China taking market share from everyone on everything via price.
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Score: 1403922.4 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...c-62/presentations/13doran.pdf
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ITTO production accounts for 91% of total veneer produced by all tropical countries, and 39% of global veneer production. (...) The main ITTO veneer producers in 1996-1998 are shown in graph 13.2.3. (...) Cambodia’s tropical veneer production climbed six-fold in 1997, making this country ITTO's fourth largest veneer producer, with Ecuador following.
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Score: 1396502 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...timber/docs/rev-99/chap-13.pdf
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UNITED NATIONS MINIMUM LIST OF COMMODITIES FOR INTERNATIONAL TRADE STATISTICS : MEMORANDUM PREPARED BY THE SECRETARIAT FOR CONSIDERATION UNDER ITEM 3 OF THE PROVISIONAL AGENDA
45 546 547 551 Wood and Wood Mflnufectures (not Furniture) Pulpwuod eud charco~l Wood in ~he round Wood eh~;ped or si~ply worked Ven~ers, plywood, buPrds, artifici'll or reconstituted wc•od, and woud n.e.s. (...) oodz bcardaz artificial or reconstituted wood aDd wood, n.e.s. 215 186 Veneer sheets 167 5 250 392 44-19 216 187 Plywood includiae; wood faced with veneer sheets 167b 5 250 393 44-20 188 Fibreboard (not paperboard•) - 5 250 - 44-21,44-22 '"TIM ru ---~ ('Q 0 CD H . .,-- \.v \.oJ -~ 0 .
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Score: 1374664.9 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...&DS=E/CN.3/C.1/19/ADD.1&Lang=E
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