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STATISTICAL COMMISSION : COMMITTEE ON STATISTICAL CLASSIFICATION : INTERNATIONAL STANDARD INDUSTRIAL CLASSIFICATION (REPORT BY THE GROUP OF EXPERT CONSULTANTS FOR CONSIDERATION UNDER ITEM 2 OF THE PROVISIONAL AGENDA)
;cur except Rubber Footwear 243- Repair of Foottvear 25- Monufacttre of Wood ru:d. (...) The manufacture of garments in knitting mills is classified in Group 232 (Knitting Mills). 241 Mc.nufac-ture of Footwear, except Rubber F..£2~!: Manufacture of all kinds of footwear, leggings, and gaiters from leather, fabrics, plastics, wood and other materials, except manufacture of footwear by rubber products mA.nufacturers, which is classified in Group 300 (Manufacture of Rt::Jber Products) • The manufacture of boot and shoe cut stock and findine;s is included. ~42 Rena.ir of Footwear Repair of boots and shoes (cobbl
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COOPERATION WITH THE WORLD CUSTOMS ORGANIZATION
UNEP/FAO/RC/COP.3/16 3 Appendix Harmonized System codes assigned to chemicals in Annex III of the Rotterdam Convention Annex III chemicals and pesticides CAS number(s) Harmonized System code Pure substance Harmonized System code Mixtures, preparations containing substance Comment 2,4,5-T and its salts and esters 93-76-5 2918.91 3808.50 Aldrin 309-00-2 2903.52 3808.50 Binapacryl 485-31-4 2916.36 3808.50 Captafol 2425-06-1 2930.50 3808.50 Chlordane 57-74-9 2903.52 3808.50 Chlordimeform 6164-98-3 2925.21 3808.50 Chlorobenzilate 510-15-6 2918.18 3808.50 DDT 50-29-3 2903.62 3808.50 Dieldrin 60-57-1 2910.40 3808.50 DNOC and its salts (such as ammonium salt, potassium salt and sodium salt) 534-52-1; 2980-64-5; 5787-96-2; 2312-76-7 2908.99 3808.91 – Insecticides 3808.92 – Fungicides 3808.93 – Herbicides, anti-sprouting products and plant-growth regulators Dinoseb and dinoseb salts 88-85-7 2908.91 3808.50 Dinoseb acetate 2813-95-8 2915.36 3808.50 1,2-dibromoethane (EDB) 106-93-4 2903.31 3808.50 Ethylene dichloride 107-06-2 2903.15 3808.50 Ethylene oxide 75-21-8 2910.10 3808.50 3824.81 Fluoroacetamide 640-19-7 2924.12 3808.50 HCH (mixed isomers) 608-73-1 2903.51 3808.50 Heptachlor 76-44-8 2903.52 3808.50 Hexachlorobenzene 118-74-1 2903.62 3808.50 Lindane 58-89-9 2903.51 3808.50 Mercury compounds, including inorganic mercury compounds, alkyl mercury compounds and alkyloxyalkyl and aryl mercury compounds (CAS numbers) See also: http://www.pic.int/en/ CasNumbers/mercury %20compounds%20C AS%20numbers.pdf 2852.00 3808.50 UNEP/FAO/RC/COP.3/16 4 Monocrotophos 6923-22-4 2924.12 3808.50 Parathion 56-38-2 2920.11 3808.50 Pentachlorophenol and its salts and esters 87-86-5 2908.11 – Pentachlorophenol 2908.19 – salts of Pentachlorophenol 3808.50 – only pesticides containing pentachlorophenol 3808.91, 92, 93, 94, 99 – pesticides containing salts or esters of pentachlorophenol Toxaphene 8001-35-2 – 3808.50 Dustable powder formulations containing a combination of: benomyl at or above 7 per cent, carbofuran at above 10 per cent, thiram at or above 15 per cent 17804-35-2; 1563-66- 2; 137-26-8 – 3808.92 Monocrotophos (soluble liquid formulations of the substance that exceed 600 g active ingredient/l) 6923-22-4 2924.12 3808.50 Will be deleted from Annex III (1 January 2006) Methamidophos (soluble liquid formulations of the substance that exceed 600 g active ingredient/l) 10265-92-6 2930.50 3808.50 Phosphamidon (soluble liquid formulations of the substance that exceed 1000 g active ingredient/l) mixture, (E) (Z) isomers) 13171-21-6 (Z)-isomer 23783-98-4 (E)-isomer 297-99-4 2924.12 3808.50 Methyl-parathion (emulsifiable concentrates (EC) with 19.5%, 40%, 50%, 60% active ingredient and dusts containing 1.5%, 2% and 3% active ingredient) 298-00-0 2920.11 3808.50 UNEP/FAO/RC/COP.3/16 5 Parathion (including all formulations - aerosols, dustable powder (DP), emulsifiable concentrate (EC), granules (GR) and wettable powders (WP) - of this substance, except capsule suspensions (CS)) 56-38-2 2920.11 3808.50 Will be deleted from Annex III (1 January 2006) Asbestos 2524.10 - Crocidolite 2524.90 - Other Articles of asbestos- cement, of cellulose fibre- cement or the like 6811.40 – Containing asbestos Fabricated asbestos fibres; mixtures with a basis of asbestos or with a basis of asbestos and magnesium carbonate; articles of such mixtures or of asbestos (for example, thread, woven fabric, clothing, headgear, footwear, gaskets), whether or not reinforced, other than goods of heading 68.11 or 68.13 6812.91 – Clothing, clothing accessories, footwear and headgear 6812.92 – Paper, millboard and felt 6812.93 – Compressed asbestos fibre jointing in sheets or rolls 6812.99 - Other Friction material and articles thereof (for example, sheets, rolls, strips, segments, discs, washers, pads), not mounted, for brakes, clutches or the like, with a basis of asbestos, of other mineral substances or of cellulose, whether or not combined with textile or other materials 6813.20 – Containing asbestos UNEP/FAO/RC/COP.3/16 6 Crocidolite 12001-28-4 2524.10 6812.80 Actinolite 77536-66-4 2524.90 Anthophyllite 77536-67-5 2524.90 Anthophyllite 12172-73-5 2524.90 Tremolite 77536-68-6 2524.90 Fabricated asbestos fibres; mixtures with a basis of asbestos or with a basis of asbestos and magnesium carbonate; articles of such mixtures or of asbestos (for example, thread, woven fabric, clothing, headgear, footwear, gaskets), whether or not reinforced, other than goods of heading 68.11 or 68.13 6812.91 – Clothing, clothing accessories, footwear and headgear 6812.92 – Paper, millboard and felt 6892.93 – Compressed asbestos fibre jointing in sheets or rolls 6892.99 - Other Polybrominated biphenyls (PBB) (hexa-) 1336-36-3 (octa-) 27858-07-7 (deca-) 13654-09-6 – 3824.82 Polychlorinated biphenyls (PCB) (1336-36-3) see also: http://www.pic.int/en/ CasNumbers/PCB%20 CAS%20number.pdf – 3824.82 Polychlorinated terphenyls (PCT) 61788-33-8 – 3824.82 Tetraethyl lead 78-00-2 2931.00 e.g., 3811.11 – Anti- knock preparations based on lead compounds No amendment in 2007 HS Revision Tetramethyl lead 75-74-1 2931.00 e.g., 3811.11 – Anti- knock preparations based on lead compounds No amendment in 2007 HS Revision Tris (2,3-dibromopropyl) phosphate 126-72-7 2919.10 3824.83 _________________
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TRADE, ENVIRONMENT AND DEVELOPMENT ASPECTS OF ESTABLISHING AND OPERATING ECO-LABELLING PROGRAMMES : REPORT
Textiles and clothing 51- 53 C. Footwear 54- 58 V. TAKING ACCOUNT OF DEVELOPING COUNTRIES’ INTERESTS 59- 96 A. (...) And eco-labelling in footwear could have effects on leather tanneries in developing countries.4 9. (...) Box 4 Eco-labelling in footwear: possible effects on developing cou
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THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE RUBBER INDUSTRY IN WEST AFRICA
.,~.rubbtn- consum:ption in 1963 was as follows: 56,000 tons in Japan; 1,000 tons in Canada; 1,000 tons in Franceo However, the total consumption of rubber in Japan was only 50 per eent above that of France, and that of Canada was only one third. 1. The footwear industry On the whole, the footwear industry is a large consumer of rubber• In 1963, the French and Japanese industries respectively absorhed 11 and 11·:Pe:r cent of the total consumption of rubber, or 19 and 35 per cent of the consumption of the tyre sector al~ne. In India, the market for footwear includes only 20 per cent of the populatioa 11 but t~e industry absorbed 13 per cent of the countr,r's rubber consumption in 1961. ]} A teri! (...) ,e 33 In West Africa, where the net imrorts rose to almost 15 million pairs in 1964, local production is still dtstinctly inadequate to meet demand, and the future consumption of rubber by the footwear industry will depend both on the speed with which the sub-region industrializes and·on the proportion of rubber goods in the footwear market.
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THE DRAFT REVISION OF THE INTERNATIONAL STANDARD CLASSIFICATION OF ALL ECONOMIC ACTIVITY
Examples of proposed alterations in the position of major groups or E/CN.3/359 English Page 10 groups which should enhance international comparability in the industrial classification of data and the analytical values of the ISIC are: Transfering the manufacture of vegetable and animal oils and fats from the chemical industries to food manufacturing; placing the major group "Manufacture of leather and leather and fur products, except footwear and other v1earing apparel!! in the sub-division "Textiles, wearing apparel, leather and leather products; transfering the manufacture of professional, scientific and measuring equipment, optical goods and watches and clocks, combined into a single major group from "Other manufacturing industries" to "Fabricated metal products, machinery and equipment 11 ; shifting restaurants and hotels from the division for personal services to the same division as wholesale and retail trade; moving the categories for financial institutions, insurance and real estate from the same division as wholesale and re-tail trade to a ne·J division which also includes business services; and shifting sanitary services from the division for electricity, gas and water works and distribution to the division for community, social and personal services. 21.
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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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ANNOTATED PROVISIONAL AGENDA FOR THE TWENTY-SEVENTH SESSION
(b) Deliverables in support of the circular economy Document title Document symbol Recommendation No. 46: Enhancing Transparency and Traceability of Sustainable Value Chains in the Garment and Footwear Sector ECE/TRADE/C/CEFACT/2021/10 For decision 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 For endorsement Executive Summary for Policymakers: Enhancing Transparency and Traceability of Sustainable Value Chains in the Garment and Footwear Sector ECE/TRADE/C/CEFACT/2021/11 For information Policy Brief – Harnessing the Potential of Blockchain Technology for Due Diligence and Sustainability in Cotton Value Chains ECE/TRADE/C/CEFACT/2021/12 For information Report – Enhancing Sustainability and Circularity in the Garment and Footwear Sector: Policy Developments and Industry Perspectives on Traceability and Transparency ECE/TRADE/C/CEFACT/2021/INF.3 For information The above deliverables are presented to the Plenary for approval, endorsement and information. In the framework of the project on enhancing transparency and traceability of sustainable value chains in the garment and footwear sector, two business process analysis have been prepared: • Business Process Analysis for Sustainability and Circularity in Textile Value Chains (https://unece.org/sites/default/files/2021-01/E320_BPA-SVC-textile.pdf)
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MANDATE AND TERMS OF REFERENCE OF THE TEAM OF SPECIALISTS ON TRACEABILITY OF SUSTAINABLE VALUE CHAINS IN THE CIRCULAR ECONOMY
Building 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 (CITES), this objective will be achieved by integrating such tools into the development of traceability approaches and standards for sustainable value chains. (...) The overall objective of the ToS is to contribute to better and more informed decisions for sustainable production and consumption by promoting, facilitating and supporting policy and regulatory compliance through traceability approaches and systems for the exchange of data and information along international value chains in priority sectors for the circular economy, such as the agri-food, fishery, garment and footwear, mining, transport and waste management sectors. 4. (...) UNECE, jointly with the Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP), has recently set up a task force where interested management authorities can exchange experiences on pilot implementations and discuss new approaches to trace and control CITES trade transactions. 9. In the garment and footwear industry traceability of origin and compliance with human rights, environmental, health and safety standards are becoming market drivers.
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REVISED MANDATE AND TERMS OF REFERENCE OF THE TEAM OF SPECIALISTS ON TRACEABILITY OF SUSTAINABLE VALUE CHAINS IN THE CIRCULAR ECONOMY
Building 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 (CITES), this objective will be achieved by integrating such tools into the development of environmental, social and governance traceability approaches and standards for sustainable value chains. (...) UNECE, jointly with the Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP), has recently set up a task force where interested management authorities can exchange experiences on pilot implementations and discuss new approaches to trace and control CITES trade transactions. 9. In the garment and footwear industry traceability of origin and compliance with human rights, environmental, health and safety standards are becoming market drivers. (...) The UNECE project “Enhancing Transparency and Traceability of Sustainable Value Chains in the Garment and Footwear Sector”, jointly implemented with the International Trade Centre (ITC), and with the financial support of the European Union, developed policy recommendations, implementation guidelines and information exchange standards, and launched a call to action to gather industry pledges and facilitate the exchange of good practices and lessons learned. 10.
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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. (...) lg all kinds of footwear, leggings, a.TJ.d ovcrgaiters made of leather, fabrics, plastics, wood and· other materials. (...) lufacturing of rubber footwear to be classified in Major Qroup 30, Vanufacture of Rubber Products.
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