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UNCTAD WOMEN IN BUSINESS AWARDS : UNCTAD XIII SPECIAL EVENT, HELD AT THE QATAR NATIONAL CONVENTION CENTRE, DOHA, ON 23 APRIL 2012 : SUMMARY / PREPARED BY THE UNCTAD SECRETARIAT
The German company Vecoplan, which converts waste to energy, offered study trips to two finalists, and Pikolinos, from the footwear sector, offered corporate gifts to all finalists.
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DECISIONS RELATED TO THE TEAM OF SPECIALISTS ON ENVIRONMENTAL, SOCIAL AND GOVERNANCE TRACEABILITY OF SUSTAINABLE VALUE CHAINS IN THE CIRCULAR ECONOMY
It will build upon the United Nations Centre for Trade Facilitation and Electronic Business (UN/CEFACT) e-business standards for agriculture and agri-food; fishery; garments and footwear; the transboundary movement of waste; the trade of products under sanitary or phytosanitary control; and the trade of endangered species of wild fauna and flora (the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora, CITES).
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REVISED GUIDE ON MINITUBER PRODUCTION
The entrance area shall be equipped with a footbath for disinfecting footwear and wash bay for washing and disinfecting hands. 6. (...) Provision should be made for the wearing of protective clothing, disinfection of footwear and hand cleansing. 4. Production of potato minitubers 4.1 Growth Medium, nutrients and water The growing medium, fertilizer used, and any water used shall be free from disease causing organisms or have been effectively decontaminated.
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METHODOLOGY FOR MEASURING INFLATION IN THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION : CONTRIBUTED PAPER / SUBMITTED BY THE STATE COMMITTEE ON STATISTICS OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION
For example, prices for particular types of seasonal goods falling in the clothing and footwear groups are recorded only during the CES/AC.49/1999/18 page 6 periods of heavy sales of these goods. (...) In some cases the price is indexed on the basis of changes in prices for similar kinds of summer or winter clothing or footwear items, or else it is indexed on the basis of the growth rate in overall prices in the relevant group of goods. 3.3 Besides the technique of substitution of goods, one of the methods of seasonal adjustment now being used is that of calculating the weighted average price for potatoes.
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REVISION OF THE STANDARD FOR SEED POTATOES
Measures must be applied to avoid contamination, e.g. protected environment, double door entry, protective clothing, dedicated footwear or disinfection. The record-keeping system should document the source of the material and the volume of production. 4.
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REPORT OF THE SPECIAL COMMITTEE ON PREFERENCES ON ITS 22ND SESSION, HELD AT THE PALAIS DES NATIONS, GENEVA, FROM 23 TO 27 OCTOBER 1995
The representative of Bangladesh, speaking on behalf of the least developed countries, said that while wide coverage had been provided in the schemes of a number of preference-giving countries, the exclusion of textiles, clothing, carpets, footwear, leather goods, etc., from some GSP schemes had substantially reduced the coverage of industrial products. 34. (...) He informed the Committee that rubber footwear and inner tyre tubes had been withdrawn from the Canadian scheme effective 1 July 1994 in view of the repeated temporary withdrawals on these products which had been put in place over the past several years. (...) Further complexities had arisen due to the concept of graduation and on account of the exclusion of a large number of products of export interest to developing countries such as textiles and clothing, footwear and leather products, and semi-processed and processed agricultural products. 92.
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SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT : TRADE AND ENVIRONMENT : THE IMPACT OF ENVIRONMENT-RELATED POLICIES ON EXPORT COMPETITIVENESS AND MARKET ACCESS : REPORT
For example, the European Union is in the process of establishing eco-labels for products such as certain textiles (in particular T-shirts and bed linen) and footwear, which are to a large extent supplied by developing countries.20 There are also several proposals for eco-labelling in (tropical) timber. 28. (...) For example, with regard to product categories such as footwear and clothing, upstream environmental impacts (such as water pollution by leather tanning industries) may be considered as being as important or more important than impacts at the consumption or disposal stage. 30. (...) For instance, cleaner products and processes may entail the substitution of imported raw materials for domestic raw materials, particularly for industries which use chemicals as raw materials, such as textiles and footwear.56 Approximately half of the companies surveyed in Turkey found that environmental requirements affected the use of raw materials and intermediate goods used in manufacturing.
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WAYS AND MEANS OF ENHANCING THE UTILIZATION OF TRADE PREFERENCES BY DEVELOPING COUNTRIES, IN PARTICULAR LDCS, AS WELL AS FURTHER WAYS OF EXPANDING PREFERENCES : REPORT
Peak tariffs affect such sectors as agricultural staples; fruit, vegetables and fish; processed, and especially canned, food; textiles and clothing; footwear, leather and leather goods; automobiles and other transport equipment; and electronics. (...) The following individual sectors have been among those with utilization rates of less than 50 per cent in 1996: beverages and tobacco; energy and mineral products; clothing; consumer electronics; watches and clocks (European Union); dairy products; sugar, chocolate and cocoa preparations; TD/B/COM.1/20 Page 9 leather and leather products; textiles; clothing; and footwear (Japan); fruit and vegetables; canned and prepared meat and fish (United States). 32. (...) Thus, the Dominican Republic is by far the major beneficiary under CBI (in particular for exports of sugar, leather footwear uppers, higher-priced cigars, medical and surgical instruments), Jamaica and Guyana under CARIBCAN (exports of rock lobsters and other sea crawfish, lighting fixtures), Colombia under ATPA (exports of flower products), and Fiji under the South Pacific Regional Trade and Economic Cooperation Agreement (SPARTECA) (exports of garments).
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TRADE POLICIES, STRUCTURAL ADJUSTMENT AND ECONOMIC REFORM : DEVELOPMENTS RELATING TO STRUCTURAL ADJUSTMENT POLICIES IN DEVELOPED COUNTRIES AND THEIR IMPLICATIONS : REPORT
Such assistance, in particular with capital investment, R D and innovation activities, is seemingly gaining ground and has, for instance, helped the textiles, clothing, leather and footwear industries to move production into higher-quality, high-fashion and more differentiated goods and raise productivity. 35. (...) Severe adjustment problems due to declining or lost competitiveness and overcapacity persist in major traditional sectors, including textiles and clothing, footwear, iron and steel, and shipbuilding. In agriculture, little progress has been made in developed countries towards meaningful structural adjustment. 69. (...) Some traditional industries (e.g. clothing, footwear) do not lend themselves easily to a high degree of automation and have remained relatively labour-intensive.
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GUIDANCE FOR STAKEHOLDERS ON EXCHANGING CHEMICALS IN PRODUCTS INFORMATION
K1502355 070915 SAICM/ICCM.4/11 Distr.: General 27 July 2015 Original: English International Conference on Chemicals Management Fourth session Geneva, 28 September–2 October
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