Home

Results 11 - 20 of 26,775 for footwear. Search took 1.572 seconds.  
Sort by date/Sort by relevance
THE POST-URUGUAY ROUND TARIFF ENVIRONMENT FOR DEVELOPING COUNTRY EXPORTS : TARIFF PEAKS AND TARIFF ESCALATION : UNCTAD/WTO JOINT STUDY
The Republi c of Korea is a notable exception, and in Brazil protection i s limited to tariffs that will be reduced to 20 per cent by the year 2000. (e) Footwear, leather and travel goods 23. Footwear of various types is still protected by high tariffs in mos t developed countries. (...) With the exception of the Republic of Korea, the developing countries maintain relatively high duties on footwear an d leather products. 24. (...) In the United States, the ERP is much higher for footwear of plastic, rubber or textiles than for leather shoes. 36.
Language:English
Score: 1031698.5 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...&DS=TD/B/COM.1/14/REV.1&Lang=E
Data Source: ods
POLICY BRIEF - HARNESSING THE POTENTIAL OF BLOCKCHAIN TECHNOLOGY FOR DUE DILIGENCE AND SUSTAINABILITY IN COTTON VALUE CHAINS
Introduction A. Garment and footwear value chain trends and challenges 1. In the garment and footwear industry, companies are being confronted with the rise of the conscientious consumer who questions the social conditions and the environmental footprint of the clothes they buy while calling for greater transparency.1 Hence, making responsible choices easier for both businesses and consumers is a requirement. (...) This makes traceability a central component of many of the current sustainability initiatives in the apparel sector.8 2. The garment and footwear industry is a critical sector with global and opaque value chains and high environmental, social and health impacts that have been extensively 1 Business of Fashion and McKinsey & Company, The State of Fashion 2020. (...) Partners have also been asked to do the following: 16 The project website and key documents are available at: https://unece.org/trade/traceability- sustainable-garment-and-footwear. ECE/TRADE/C/CEFACT/2021/12 5 • Identify those products and materials (traceable assets) to which one or more of the selected sustainability claims should be applied
Language:English
Score: 1023225 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc.../TRADE/C/CEFACT/2021/12&Lang=E
Data Source: ods
STATISTICAL COMMISSION : COMMITTEE ON STANDARD INDUSTRIAL CLASSIFICATION : THE PROPOSED INTERNATIONAL STANDARD INDUSTRIAL CLASSIFICATION (SUBMITTED BY THE REPRESENTATIVES OF CANADA AND OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA)
Chapter Item 24 MANUFACTURE OF WEARING APPAREL AND OTHER MADE -UP TEXTILE GOODS XVII 241 Manufacture of Wearing Apparel Except Footwear 39 242 Manufacture of Footwear Except Rubber Footwear 40 243 Manufacture of Made-Up Textile Goods Except Clothing 41 25 250 MANUFACTURES OF WOOD AND CORK EXCEPT MANUFACTURE Part of 25, 27, OF FURNITURE XII Part of 26 26 260 MANUFACTURE OF FURNITURE AND FIXTURES P. of XII Part of 26 27 lJT..ANUFACTURE OF PAPER AI\1]) PAPER PRODUCTS XIII 271 Pulp, Paper, and Paperboard Mills 28 272 Manufacture of Articles of Pulp, Paper, and Paperboard 29 28 280 PRINTING, PUBLISHING, AND ALLIED INDUSTRIES P. of XIV 30 29 MAl\Tf.JFACTURE OF LEATEER AND LEATEER PRODUCTS EXCEPT FOOTWEAR P. of XV 291 Tanneriee and Leather Finishing Plants 32 292 Manufacture of Leather Products Except Footwear and Wearing Apparel 34 30 300 :rt! (...) Manufacture of Leather Prod~cts Except Footwear and Other Wearing Apparel Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing leather products except footwear en.d o t;her 'Jeering apparel such as luggage, handbags, pocketbooks_, ce.rd, cigarette and key cases, coin purposes, checkbook covers, saddlery, harness, 'tlhips anrl other articles made of leather or leather substi.tnteo. Manufacturing of boot and shoe cut stock and findings also to be included • .MANUFACTURE OF RUBBER PRODUCTS Establishments manufacturing from natural or synthetic rubber, gutta percha., balata, or gutta siak, all kinds of rubber products such as tires, rubber footwear, mechanical rubber goods, and rubber sundries.
Language:English
Score: 1012890.9 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...et?open&DS=E/CN.3/C.1/3&Lang=E
Data Source: ods
UNITED NATIONS INTERNATIONAL STANDARD INDUSTRIAL CLASSIFICATION OF ALL ECONOMIC ACTIVITIES - ISIC- STANDARD ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION
Manufactured wearing apparel, except footwear. Wearing apparel, except footwear. Leather,prd,leather,subst. (...) Leather prd. & of substit.exl.footwr.& wear-app. Footwear,exl.vulcanized,moulded rubber,plastic fw. Footwear,exl.vulcanized,moulded rubber,plastic fw.
Language:English
Score: 1012533 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...n&DS=E/ESCWA/UNCTC/88/4&Lang=E
Data Source: ods
APPAREL HEDONIC REGRESSION MODELS : IMPROVEMENTS AFTER MORE THAN A DECADE OF USE IN THE U.S. CONSUMER PRICE INDEX : INVITED PAPER / SUBMITTED BY THE U.S. BUREAU OF LABOR STATISTICS
By 2002 all models have at least one brand category or brand name variable (the athletic footwear model is the only model that inc ludes variables for actual brand names). (...) CES/AC.49/2003/6 Page 9 Table 1 Women's Sweaters and Sweater Vests Parameter Estimate / Time Period Rank (from base) / Time Period Fiber T T-1 T-2 T T-1 T-2 Spandex -0.00609 -5 Polyester -0.00463 -0.00204 -0.00224 -4 -1 -2 Ramie -0.00281 -0.00318 -0.00551 -3 -3 -3 Acrylic -0.00243 -0.00245 -0.00211 -2 -2 -1 Nylon -0.00184 -1 Cotton Base Base Base Silk 0.00193 0.00169 0.00176 +1 +1 +1 Wool 0.00217 0.00260 0.00349 +2 +3 +3 Rayon 0.00297 0.00197 0.00263 +3 +2 +2 Cashmere 0.00926 0.01139 0.01138 +4 +4 +4 Linen 0.01144 +5 Metallic 0.02063 +6 Mohair 0.01234 +5 Table 2 Year: Improvement: 1991 Apparel index implemented hedonic models for quality adjustment purposes 1995 Improved model specification procedures 1996 Updated type of business definitions 1997 Updated brand category definitions 1998 Widespread use of country of origin variables CES/AC.49/2003/6 Page 10 Graph 1 Table 3 ELI Adjusted R2 Proportion of Quality Adjusted Substitutions in 2002 Number of Regression Model Variables AA011 Men’s suits and formal wear 0.6778 28.1% 26 AA012 Men’s sport coats and tailored jackets 0.7416 27.1% 16 AA013 Men’s outerwear 0.7542 20.1% 30 AA031 Men’s shirts 0.6526 16.4% 27 AA041 Men’s pants and shorts 0.7500 26.0% 26 AC011 Women’s outerwear 0.7254 18.8% 37 AC021 Women’s dresses 0.8127 61.2% 49 AC031 Women’s shirts, blouses etc 0.7073 42.0% 38 AC031 Women’s sweaters 0.8049 42.6% 41 AC031 Women’s tailored and untailored jackets 0.8154 43.0% 38 AC032 Women’s pants and shorts 0.7459 40.5% 35 AC032 Women’s skirts 0.8216 47.0% 34 AC033 Women’s suits 0.8619 60.2% 42 AE011 Men’s athletic footwear 0.8382 9.1% 28 AE011 Men’s dress and casual shoes 0.8104 14.5% 24 AE031 Women’s athletic footwear 0.8382 7.0% 28 AE031 Women’s dress and casual shoes 0.8828 31.5% 42 Apparel Regression Model History 0.55 0.60 0.65 0.70 0.75 0.80 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 Model Year A p p ar el M o d el s A ve ra g e A d ju st ed R 2 0.10 0.15 0.20 0.25 0.30 0.35 Q u al it y A d ju st m en ts Adjusted R2 % of Quality Adjusted Substitutions for Items with Models CES/AC.49/2003/6 Page 11 (English only) References Armknecht, P.A., and D. (...) Metallic 0.02063 0.01724 1.20 0.90003 Linen 0.01144 0.00476 2.40 0.84222 Cashmere 0.00926 0.00146 6.32 0.59281 Rayon 0.00297 0.00136 2.18 0.83318 Wool 0.00217 0.00083875 2.58 0.52381 Silk 0.00193 0.00102 1.90 0.57488 Cotton Base Nylon -0.00184 0.00177 -1.04 0.78141 Acrylic -0.00243 0.00041498 -5.86 0.65191 Ramie -0.00281 0.00107 -2.62 0.52444 Polyester -0.00463 0.00170 -2.72 0.90726 Fiber: Spandex -0.00609 0.00877 -0.69 0.80737 All cardigan sweaters 0.10965 0.03220 3.41 0.82207 Sweater Style: All pullover sweaters Base Exclusive 0.71067 0.34760 2.04 0.73036 National/Regional Base Miscellaneous -0.30491 0.07328 -4.16 0.55191 Brand/Label Category: Private label -0.32956 0.03972 -8.30 0.53360 Hand knit 0.45563 0.14020 3.25 0.90605 Knitting Method: Machine knit Base Long sleeved Base Short sleeved -0.17348 0.04156 -4.17 0.81691 Sleeve Length: Sleeveless -0.29788 0.04491 -6.63 0.75729 Multicolored 0.23561 0.03459 6.81 0.87687 Fabric Design: Solid color Base Dry clean 0.20823 0.07488 2.78 0.33613 Hand wash 0.11326 0.04517 2.51 0.65693 Cleaning Method: Machine wash Base Women’s plus 0.09158 0.05628 1.63 0.90947 Petites/Misses/Maternity Base Size Range: Juniors -0.26349 0.05113 -5.15 0.83209 Crochet/Loose/Open weave 0.29886 0.09842 3.04 0.84728 Cable knit 0.09450 0.03917 2.41 0.90978 Body Knit: Single/rib knit Base Adorned (embroidery, appliqué, sequins, beads, glitter, rhinestones) 0.16150 0.04434 3.64 0.69739 Details/Features: No features Base Western Europe 0.22184 0.10607 2.09 0.80055 Asia 0.07567 0.03477 2.18 0.67396 USA Base Country of Origin: Mexico -0.31882 0.12750 -2.50 0.91502 Type of Outlet: Independent/Boutique 0.41539 0.10722 3.87 0.71383 CES/AC.49/2003/6 Page 14 (English only) Apparel department 0.39709 0.07680 5.17 0.78145 Mail order/Catalog 0.24995 0.08182 3.05 0.68845 Full price women’s 0.18870 0.06267 3.01 0.77708 Full price family 0.11785 0.06204 1.90 0.72830 Full price department Base Discount family -0.26048 0.11542 -2.26 0.84131 Off price family -0.47431 0.10712 -4.43 0.87017 Discount department -0.68987 0.04500 -15.33 0.63181 Off price department -0.74367 0.08080 -9.20 0.61816 B size PSU -0.11578 0.03329 -3.48 0.74785 C size PSU -0.22690 0.05391 -4.21 0.81343 Control Variables: West region -0.04681 0.03570 -1.31 0.83324 R2=0.8229 Adjusted R2=0.8049 F value=45.89 Number of observations=447 Model completed: 09/26/2002 Data extracted: 0206/0207 Month first used for QA’s: 200209 CES/AC.49/2003/6 Page 15 (English only) Appendix 2 MAJOR GROUP: APPAREL COMMODITIES Model Status Men's apparel AA Men's suits, sport coats, and outerwear AA01 MEN'S SUITS AA011 In use MEN'S SPORT COATS AND TAILORED JACKETS AA012 In use MEN'S OUTERWEAR AA013 In use Men's furnishings AA02 MEN'S UNDERWEAR, HOSIERY AND NIGHTWEAR AA021 Never modeled MEN'S ACCESSORIES AA022 Never modeled MEN'S ACTIVE SPORTSWEAR AA023 Never modeled Men's shirts and sweaters AA03 MEN'S SHIRTS AA031 In use MEN'S SWEATERS AND VESTS AA032 Model no longer in use Men's pants and shorts AA04 MEN'S PANTS AND SHORTS AA041 In use Unsampled men's apparel AA09 UNSAMPLED ITEMS AA090 Boy's apparel AB Boy's apparel AB01 BOYS' OUTERWEAR AB011 Model no longer in use BOY'S SHIRTS AND SWEATERS AB012 Never modeled BOYS' UNDERWEAR, NIGHTWEAR, HOSIERY AND ACCESSORIES AB013 Never modeled BOYS' SUITS, SPORT COATS, AND PANTS AB014 Never modeled BOYS' ACTIVE SPORTSWEAR AB015 Never modeled Unsampled boy's apparel AB09 UNSAMPLED ITEMS AB090 Women's apparel AC Women's outerwear AC01 WOMEN'S OUTERWEAR AC011 In use Women's dresses AC02 WOMEN'S DRESSES AC021 In use Women's suits and s eparates AC03 WOMEN'S TOPS AC031 Women's Sweaters AC031-01 In use Women's Shirts, Blouses, Other Tops AC031-02 In use Women's Tailored and Untailored Jackets AC031-03 In use WOMEN'S SKIRTS, PANTS, AND SHORTS AC032 Women's Skirts AC032-01 In use Women's Pants and Shorts AC032-02 In use WOMEN'S SUITS AND SUIT COMPONENTS AC033 In use Women's underwear, nightwear, sportswear and accessories AC04 WOMEN'S UNDERWEAR AND NIGHTWEAR AC041 Never modeled WOMEN'S HOSIERY AND ACCESSORIES AC042 Never modeled WOMEN'S ACTIVE SPORTSWEAR AC043 Women's exercise and sport suits AC043-02 Model no longer in use Unsampled women's apparel AC09 UNSAMPLED ITEMS AC090 CES/AC.49/2003/6 Page 16 (English only) Girls' apparel AD Girls' apparel AD01 GIRLS' OUTERWEAR* AD011 Model no longer in use GIRLS' DRESSES AD012 Model no longer in use GIRLS' TOPS AD013 Girls' Sweaters* AD013-01 Model no longer in use Girls' Shirts, Blouses, or Tops* AD013-02 Model no longer in use GIRLS' SKIRTS AND PANTS AD014 Girls' Pants AD014-01 Model no longer in use GIRLS' ACTIVE SPORTSWEAR AD015 Girls' Swimsuits* AD015-01 Model no longer in use Girls' Exercise and Sport Suits* AD015-02 Model no longer in use GIRLS' UNDERWEAR, NIGHTWEAR, HOSIERY AND ACCESSORIES AD016 Girls' Nightwear* AD016-01 Model no longer in use Girls' Underwear* AD016-02 Model no longer in use Unsampled girls' apparel AD09 UNSAMPLED ITEMS AD090 Footwear AE Men's footwear AE01 MEN'S FOOTWEAR AE011 Men's Dress and Casual Shoes AE011-01 In use Men's Athletic Footwear AE011-03 In use Boys' and girls' footwear AE02 BOYS' FOOTWEAR AE021 Never modeled GIRLS' FOOTWEAR AE022 Never modeled Women's footwear AE03 WOMEN'S FOOTWEAR AE031 Women's Dress and Casual Shoes AE031-01 In use Women's Athletic Footwear AE031-02 In use Women's Slippers AE031-04 Model no longer in use Infants' and toddlers' apparel AF Infants' and toddlers' apparel AF01 INFANTS' AND TODDLERS' OUTERWEAR, PLAY AND DRESSWEAR, AND SLEEPWEAR AF011 Never modeled INFANTS' AND TODDLERS' UNDERWEAR AND DIAPERS AF012 Never modeled Jewelry and watches AG Watches AG01 WATCHES AG011 Model never used Jewelry AG02 JEWELRY** AG021 Model no longer in use *Maximum likelihood regressions using 12 months of panel data **Jewelry also has a number of subset models for individual jewelry items (e.g., bracelets, rings, pendants, earrings, and necklaces) CES/AC.49/2003/6 Page 17 (English only) Appendix 3 Women’s Suits and Suit Components (data extracted 2001-07 and 2001-08) Final official model versus minimally cleaned data model Official Model (used 2001-10 to 2003-02) Minimally Cleaned Data Model Variable Name Parameter Estimate Standard Error T Statistic Tolerance Statistic Parameter Estimate Standard Error T Statistic Tolerance Statistic Intercept 5.07874 0.04433 114.56 5.24977 0.06543 80.23 .
Language:English
Score: 1008846.8 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...pen&DS=CES/AC.49/2003/6&Lang=E
Data Source: ods
A STATISTICAL OVERVIEW OF SELECTED ECO-LABELLING SCHEMES : NOTE / BY THE UNCTAD SECRETARIAT
TRADE AND DEVELOPMENT BOARD Ad Hoc Working Group on Trade, Environment and Development Second session Geneva, 6 June 1995 2 June 1995 ENGLISH ONLY A statistical overview of selected eco-labelling schemes Note by the UNCTAD secretariat TD/B/WG.6/Misc.5 GE.95-51996 2 CONTENTS Page Table 1 Number of product categories under different eco-labelling programmes 4 Table 2 Developing countries’ participation in trade in products included in eco-labelling programmes 5 Table 3 Developing countries’ participation in trade in specific product categories included in eco-labelling programmes: CANADA (1992) 5 Table 4 Developing countries’ participation in trade in specific product categories included in eco-labelling programmes: NORDIC COUNTRIES (1990) Finland, Norway, Sweden (including trade among these countries) 6 Table 5 Developing countries’ participation in trade of specific product categories planned to be included or already included in eco-labelling programmes: EU (1992) 7 Table 6 EU eco-labelling programme: T-Shirts (H.S. 6109.10- 6109.90) 8 Table 7 EU eco-labelling programme: Shirts (H.S. 6205.20-6205.30- 6206.30-6206.40) 8 Table 8 EU eco-labelling programme: Footwear (H.S. 6401-6402- 6403-6404-6405) 9 Table 9 EU eco-labelling programme: Bed Linen (H.S. 6302.10- 6302.21-6302.31-6302.32) 9 Table 10 EU eco-labelling programme: Tissue paper (H.S. 4818.10- 4818.20) 10 Table 11 Major developing country suppliers to the EU for some 1 1 industrial consumer products 3 1. (...) It is to be noted that product classification problems would appear less significant in the case of a number of products of special export interest to developing countries, such as textiles and footwear. 3. It is also important to keep in mind that since traders have the option of either applying for eco-labels or selling unlabelled products, the trade data presented in this note do not provide an indication of the value of actual trade in eco-labelled products. (...) Finally, the data include a number of important product groups, in particular textiles and footwear, which are not as yet included in the main eco-labelling programmes, but which have been earmarked for eco-labelling in the future. 4.
Language:English
Score: 1004664.6 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...pen&DS=TD/B/WG.6/MISC.5&Lang=E
Data Source: ods
STANDARD LIST OF COMMODITIES FOR INTERNATIONAL TRADE STATISTICS
(b) The particular importance of certain groups of commodities in world trade, e.g. food, clothing and footwear, requires that the grouping should allow of totals being readily obtained for such groups. (...) '· hingexcept fur clothing ~lothing wear wear, except rubber footwear Group 722 - Rubber footwear SECTION 8 - ]'URIUT! (...) (g) Section 7 - Clothing and footwear Following previous international classifications and the normal practice in national trade classifications, it was decided to set up a section for clothing and fcotwear in which commodities of all materials are included, Separation,within the section,of fur clothing from other clothing, and of rubber footwear from other footwear was considered desirable mainly because of the separate industrial origin of their commoditi•s.
Language:English
Score: 1004633 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...t?open&DS=E/CN.3/C.1/13&Lang=E
Data Source: ods
THE DEVELOPMENT OF SMALL-SCALE INDUSTRY IN THE WEST AFRICAN SUB-REGION
auritania 2 34 100 24 70 Niger 8 136 400 96 280 Nigeria 158 2,686 7,900 1,896 5,530 Senegal 8 136 400 96 280 Sierra Leone 6 102 300 72 210 Togo 4 68 200 48 140 Upper Volta 11 187 550 132 385 Total 256 4,352 12,800 3,072 8,960 E/CN.14/INR/ 121 Page 16 ISIC 24 ~ Footwear and Apparel 10. This group oonsists of two main sub-seotors, viz., footwear and apparel. (...) It hasbeim divided into' two oategories, leather footwear and plastic and rubber footwear. The proportion of each varies in different countries depending upon levels of,;£.er cii:pita income. More leather footwear usuallJ is consumed ill the comparativelJ affluent countries and plastic alldrubber in the others.
Language:English
Score: 1002770.5 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...open&DS=E/CN.14/INR/121&Lang=E
Data Source: ods
UNITED NATIONS RELIEF AND WORKS AGENCY FOR PALESTINE REFUGEES IN THE NEAR EAST : ACCOUNTS FOR THE FINANCIAL YEAR ENDED 30 JUNE 1956 AND REPORT OF THE BOARD OF AUDITORS
No information has been received from the Governments of Egypt and Syria. 055 000 000 i 594 STATEMENT IV 000) 1 of Contributions from others direct to refugees eE For the fiscal year ended 30 June 1956 (Expressed in US dollars) I:· CARRIED FORWARD •••••••••••• 13 American Middle East Relief Clothing, blankets and footwear American Friends Service Committee Clothing, blankets and footwear American National Red Cross " Red Cross gift boxes American Presbyterian Mission Educational and medical services Anglican Bishop, Jerusalem Cash and education Arab Evangelical Episcopal COnll11l1l1'ty Cash, medical care and relief supplies Arab National Hospital . (...) Welfare services British Red Cross Societv Clothing, wool and footwear British Syrian Lebanese ~.fi,'si(',l Educational services Canadian Red Cross Clothing, bedding, relief and school supplies Catholic Relief Services ,., ' ,' Clothing, bedding, footwear and medical supplies Church Missionary Socici:.. (...) Sami Khoury, Lebanon Flour Lutheran World Federation Food, clothing, medical care and education Meals for Millions Foundation .Food Mcnnonite Central Committee Clothing, blankets and footwear Middle East Relief Association Clothing Moslem Brethren, Hebron .Food Moslem Orphanage School, Jerusalem Shelter, education and relief services Moslem Waqfs, Hebron Food Moslem Waqfs, j erusalem .Food Moslem Waqfs, Lebanon "helter, water and electricity Near East Christian Council Committee Cash, education and welfare services New Zealand Council Clothing and footwear Notre Dame de Sion, Jerusalem Food, education a nd relief services Obay Orphanage, Lebanon Educational services Ophthalmic Hospital, Jerusalem Cash, food and medical care Oxford Committee for Famine Relief Clothing and footwear Palestine Permanent Bureau :\Iedical services Pontifical Mission Cash, relief supplies, warehousing and medical services Shneller's Orphanage, Lebanon Food, shelter and education Sisters of Charity, Bethany Shelter, education and relief services Sisters of Nazareth, Amman Cash, food, clothing and medical services Southern Baptist Mission, Jordan Medical care Trapist Convent, Latrun Cash, shelter and relief services United Church of Canada " Clothing and footwear War Relief Service, USA Clothing and footwear Women's Voluntary Services Clothing World Relief Commission Clothing and footwear Y1ICA Educational supplies and services Y\\'CA Educational and welfare services Sundry donors giving under $500 each Miscellaneous , !
Language:English
Score: 1000068.2 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...et?open&DS=A/3211(SUPP)&Lang=E
Data Source: ods
REPORT OF THE UNITED NATIONS CENTRE FOR TRADE FACILITATION AND ELECTRONIC BUSINESS (UN/CEFACT) ON ITS TWENTY-SEVENTH SESSION
This call to action invites actors in the garment and footwear industry to take action to accelerate sustainability and circularity of value chains in the industry (...) • Document ECE/TRADE/C/CEFACT/2021/11, Executive Summary for Policymakers: Enhancing Transparency and Traceability of Sustainable Value Chains in the Garment and Footwear Sector and Document ECE/TRADE/C/CEFACT/2021/INF.3, Report – Enhancing Sustainability and Circularity in the Garment and Footwear Sector: Policy Developments on Traceability and Transparency were presented to the Plenary for information. (...) Plenary decision 21-11: The Plenary approved UNECE Recommendation No. 46: Enhancing Transparency and Traceability of Sustainable Value Chains in the Garment and Footwear Sector (ECE/TRADE/C/CEFACT/2021/10). Plenary decision 21-12: The Plenary endorsed the Call to Action for Recommendation No. 46: Enhancing Transparency and Traceability of Sustainable Value Chains in the Garment and Footwear Sector (ECE/TRADE/C/CEFACT/2020/6/Rev.1).
Language:English
Score: 999170.7 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...E/TRADE/C/CEFACT/2021/2&Lang=E
Data Source: ods