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WORLD ECONOMIC SITUATION: REPLIES FROM MEMBER GOVERNMENTS TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL'S COMMUNICATION OF 2 JANUARY 1951 CONCERNING GENERAL ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION 406 (V) ON THE CURRENT WORLD ECONOMIC SITUATION: UNION OF SOVIET SOCIALIST REPUBLICS
The rehabilitation and development of te x ti le , clothing, knit goods, footwear and other branches of the liglxt industry proceeded at a fast, pacè during 19^6-1950. (...) The production of the chief a r tic le s o,f the ligh t industry increased during the five-year period as followsî cotton goods 2.k times, woolen fabrics 2»9 times, hoslory 5'»2 times*, leather footwear 3»2 times, rubber footwear sevenfold. Howeveri the Fivo^Yoar Plan aaalgninent fo r the.production of cotton goods nnd footwear was not fully mot. The aasqrtmont.of fab rics, clothing, knit goods and footwear was substantially improved and expanded.
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REVISED ANNOTATED PROVISIONAL AGENDA FOR THE TWENTY-SIXTH SESSION
Sixty-ninth session of the Economic Commission for Europe Document title Document symbol Chair’s Conclusions 109th EXCOM Meeting EXCOM/CONCLU/109 For information Information Update on the Status of Preparation of the Sixty-Ninth Session of the Commission EXCOM Informal Document No. 2020/38 For information UNECE Executive Secretary 1st Request to UN/CEFACT Chair and Reply ECE/TRADE/C/CEFACT/2020/INF.14 For information ECE/TRADE/C/CEFACT/2020/1/Rev.2 10 Document title Document symbol UNECE Executive Secretary 2nd Request to UN/CEFACT Chair and Reply ECE/TRADE/C/CEFACT/2020/INF.15 For information Briefing Note on UN/CEFACT Contributions to Circular Economy ECE/TRADE/C/CEFACT/2020/24 For noting Draft Recommendation on Enhancing Transparency and Traceability for Sustainable Value Chains in Garment and Footwear ECE/TRADE/C/CEFACT/2020/INF.16 For information Call to Action for Enhancing Transparency and Traceability of Sustainable and Circular Value Chains in Garment and Footwear ECE/TRADE/C/CEFACT/2020/6 For endorsement The sixty-ninth session of UNECE will take place on 20-21 April 2021 at the Palais des Nations, in Geneva. (...) Furthermore, in connection with the ongoing project on garment and footwear traceability (ECE/TRADE/C/CEFACT/2020/INF.16), the Plenary is invited to endorse the UNECE “Call to Action for Enhancing Transparency and Traceability of Sustainable and Circular Value Chains in Garment and Footwear” (ECE/TRADE/C/CEFACT/2020/6) to be launched at the sixty-ninth UNECE Commission session.
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DRAFT REPORT OF THE SPECIAL COMMITTEE ON PREFERENCES ON ITS 22ND SESSION
He informed the Committee that rubber footwear and inner tire 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. (...) An important improvement in certain GSP schemes could be the inclusion of a 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. 96.
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HANDBOOK OF THE INTERNATIONAL COMPARISON PROGRAMME
ST/ESA/STAT/SER.F/62 DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT STATISTICAL DIVISION STUDIES IN METHODS Series F No. 62 HANDBOOK OF THE INTERNATIONAL COMPARISON PROGRAMME UNITED NATIONS New
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REPORT ON CAPACITY-BUILDING AND TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE ACTIVITIES
Title, Venue, Dates Objective(s) Results Partners Footwear (June 2019–June 2022). safety and environmental impacts to handle operational and reputational risks, while embracing more sustainable production and consumption patterns in line with the 2030 Agenda, specifically SDGs 8, 12 and 17. (...) Webinar: Traceability and Transparency of Circular Value Chains in Garment and Footwear (December 2021). Training activity on traceability standards as an aim to promote sustainable and circular trade. (...) International conference on Traceability and Transparency of Sustainability and Circular Value Chains in Garment and Footwear (25 March 2022). Conference about traceability standards, to promote sustainable and circular value chains, back-to-back with Tashkent International Investment Forum 2022.
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Score: 896988.4 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...open&DS=ECE/CTCS/2022/6&Lang=E
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BULLETIN OF INDUSTRIAL STATISTICS FOR ARAB COUNTRIES 9TH ISSUE 2008 - 2014 = نشرة الاحصاءات الصناعية للبلدان العربية، العدد التاسع، 2008 - 2014
Econom ic and Social Com m ission for W estern Asia B ulletin of Industrial Statistics for A rab Countries N inth issue Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia Bulletin of Industrial
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A summary can then be drawn to depict the relationship between the change in price and quantity factors, as shown in Table 2 below. 4 ECE/CES/GE.22/2012/3 5 Table 2 Relationship between the change in price and quantity factors in 2004/05 and 2009/10 by commodity/service sections Commodity/service section Price change between 2009/10 and 2004/05 lower than change in the all-items index Price change between 2009/10 and 2004/05 higher than change in the all-items index Implied quantity increased in 2009/10 compared with 2004/05 • Meals bought away from home • Durable goods • Transport • Miscellaneous services • Housing Implied quantity decreased in 2009/10 compared with 2004/05 • Electricity, gas and water • Clothing and footwear • Food (excluding meals bought away from home) • Alcoholic drinks and tobacco • Miscellaneous goods 11. (...) ECE/CES/GE.22/2012/3 7 Annex 1 Comparison of expenditure weights between 2004/05-based and 2009/10-based Composite CPI at commodity/service section level Composite CPI CPI(A) CPI(B) CPI(C) 2004/05 2009/10 2004/05 2009/10 2004/05 2009/10 2004/05 2009/10 Commodity/service section (%) (%) (%) (%) (%) (%) (%) (%) Food 26.94 27.45 32.10 33.68 27.32 27.16 20.41 20.87 Meals bought away from home (16.86) (17.07) (18.63) (19.23) (17.65) (17.9) (13.74) (13.55) Food (excluding meals bought away from home) (10.08) (10.38) (13.47) (14.45) (9.67) (9.26) (6.67) (7.32) Housing 29.17 31.66 30.54 32.19 27.70 31.43 29.66 31.36 Electricity, gas and water 3.59 3.10 4.84 4.36 3.37 2.84 2.45 2.03 Alcoholic drinks and tobacco 0.87 0.59 1.35 0.91 0.79 0.56 0.42 0.29 Clothing and footwear 3.91 3.45 2.81 2.60 4.28 3.45 4.67 4.39 Durable goods 5.50 5.27 4.01 3.73 5.67 5.73 6.99 6.39 Miscellaneous goods 4.78 4.17 4.68 3.87 4.76 4.17 4.91 4.49 Transport 9.09 8.44 8.07 7.22 9.05 8.35 10.35 9.93 Miscellaneous services 16.15 15.87 11.60 11.44 17.06 16.31 20.14 20.25 Overall 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 ECE/CES/GE.22/2012/3 8 Annex 2 Decomposition of the change in expenditures between 2009/10 and 2004/05 into price and quantity components Average monthly household expenditure in 2004/05 2009/10 Change in expenditure Change in Composite CPI Implied change in quantity Commodity/service section (HK$) (HK$) (%) (%) (%) Food 4,863 5,859 20.5 20.5 0.0 Meals bought away from home 3,078 3,695 20.0 13.2 6.0 Food (excluding meals bought away from home) 1,785 2,164 21.2 32.8 -8.7 Housing 5,775 7,093 22.8 21.2 1.3 Electricity, gas and water 646 630 -2.5 5.4 -7.5 Alcoholic drinks and tobacco 152 133 -12.5 16.9 -25.1 Clothing and footwear 812 861 6.0 10.3 -3.9 Durable goods 868 886 2.1 -17.9 24.3 Miscellaneous goods 937 920 -1.8 13.8 -13.7 Transport 1,793 1,792 -0.1 3.8 -3.7 Miscellaneous services 3,037 3,449 13.6 5.0 8.1 All-items 18,884 21,623 14.5 13.3 1.1 Note: Average monthly household expenditure figures above refer to all households covered in the 2004/05 and 2009/10 rounds of Household Expenditure Survey (HES).
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RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE 1973 WORLD PROGRAMME OF INDUSTRIAL STATISTICS. PART 2, LIST OF SELECTED PRODUCTS AND MATERIALS
/54 part II) atries DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL AFFAIRS STATISTICAL OFFICE OF THE UNITED NATIONS STATISTICAL PAPERS Series M No. 54 (Part II) RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE 1973 WORLD
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DRAFT RECOMMENDATION NO. 30, HARMONIZED COMMODITY DESCRIPTION AND CODING SYSTEM FOR THE CODING OF GOODS AND COMMODITIES / SUBMITTED BY THE CODES WORKING GROUP (CDWG)
For ease of reference, the code list is divided into the following sections: Section I ANIMALS ANIMAL PRODUCTS II VEGETABLE PRODUCTS III ANIMAL OR VEGETABLE FATS IV PREPARED FOODSTUFFS V MINERAL PRODUCTS VI CHEMICAL PRODUCTS VII PLASTICS RUBBER VIII HIDES, SKINS, LEATHER AND FUR IX WOOD WOOD PRODUCTS X WOODPULP PAPER PRODUCTS XI TEXTILES TEXTILE ARTICLES XII FOOTWEAR, HEADGEAR XIII ARTICLES OF STONE, PLASTER, CEMENT, ASBESTOS, CERAMIC, GLASS XIV PEARLS, PRECIOUS OR SEMI-PRECIOUS STONES, METALS XV BASE METALS ARTICLES THEREOF XVI MACHINERY MECHANICAL APPLIANCES XVII TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT XVIII INSTRUMENTS - MEASURING, MUSICAL XIX ARMS AMMUNITION XX FURNITURE, TOYS, SPORTS MANUFACTURED ARTICLES XXI WORKS OF ART XXII OTHER, MISCELLANEOUS Notes 4.1 It is recommended to use, the applicable 6 digit HS code.
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ECO-LABELLING AND MARKET OPPORTUNITIES FOR ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY PRODUCTS : REPORT / BY THE UNCTAD SECRETARIAT
Developing countries are becoming more exposed to the effects of eco-labelling since some of the new product categories which are being selected for eco-labelling are of great export interest to them (for example, textiles and footwear).5 According to some preliminary estimations, around 45 per cent of the imports in broad product categories which have been earmarked for eco-labelling in the European Union originate in developing countries. (...) For example, in the framework of the criteria set up for footwear, the Netherlands eco-labelling programme, under certain conditions, exempts foreign producers from the requirement to recycle industrial chrome wastes. (...) In a study carried out in India, it was reported that for some firms the costs of testing the product in order to comply with the requirements of the Netherlands eco-label for footwear could lead to a cost increase of approximately 50 percent.32 In several cases the requisite technology may not be available for testing the product, even in OECD countries.
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