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TASK FORCE ON INTERNATIONAL TRADE STATISTICS : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
The United Nations Statistics Division prepared a questionnaire aimed at obtaining from countries detailed definitions of their statistical territories for international merchandise trade statistics in as standardized a format as E/CN.3/1999/4 4 possible. (...) It also agreed to change the name of the publication to “Statistical territories of the world for use in international merchandise trade statistics”. The publication is planned to be completed in 2000, but may be available ahead of schedule in 1999. (...) The United Nations Statistics Division has continued its annual request to countries to supply their detailed international merchandise trade statistics to the Division in terms of the HS, or national classification if the country has not adopted the HS.
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At present, retailers provide the labor (at a cost) to place security tags on their merchandise. Under source tagging, these tags are placed on merchandise at the point of manufacture. (...) The retailers attach the security tags to the merchandise to protect it from being stolen. When the merchandise is purchased, these tags are either removed or deactivated after payment to enable the customer to leave the store without triggering a system alarm. (...) The tags of HF systems are manufactured with a typical resonance frequency of about 8200 kHz. In an ideal production process, we will get a normal distribution with the highest quantity of tags on a resonance frequency of 8200 kHz with the 3 sigma limits at ± 5 %, meaning the resonance frequency of the tags is between 7800 and 8600 kHz.
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Score: 904894.6 - https://www.itu.int/dms_pub/it.../21/06/T21060000030021MSWE.doc
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ECONOMIC INDICATORS
In addition, since 1992 Mexico has been recording the statistics for its maquila industry under the heading of merchandise trade; prior to that time these data had been recorded under services. (...) Table A.2 FTAA: Origin of merchandise imports, by integration schemes, 1990, 1995 and 1999 (Percentages) Reporting Mercosur (4) A. (...) Table A.4c LATIN AMERICA AND THE CARIBBEAN (EXCLUDING MEXICO) a/ : STRUCTURE OF MERCHANDISE IMPORTS, BY ORIGIN AND CATEGORY, 1999 (Percentages and millions of dollars) Reg
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DRAFT REPORT : STATISTICAL COMMISSION, 29TH SESSION, 11-14 FEBRUARY 1997
It had before it the following documents: (a) Report of the Task Force on International Trade Statistics (E/CN.3/1997/10, annex); (b) Report of the Secretary-General on the revised concepts and definitions for international merchandise trade statistics (E/CN.3/1997/11); (c) Draft revised concepts and definitions for international merchandise trade statistics (PROV/ST/ESA/STAT/SER.M/52/Rev.2). (...) E/CN.3/1997/L.4/Add.2 English Page 2 (i) A compilers manual; (ii) A revision of Customs Areas of the World (ST/ESA/STAT/SER.M/30/Rev.2);1 (iii) Technical information on index numbers of international trade statistics; (b) Encouraged all countries to supply their current international trade statistics to the United Nations Statistics Division in terms either of the Harmonized Commodity Description and Coding System (HS), if that commodity classification was used by a country, or of whatever commodity classification was in use in the country; and to respond positively to the Statistics Division's request to supply previous years of data in terms of HS, where available, for the purpose of completing the Statistics Division database according to HS; (c) Welcomed the adoption, by the Harmonized System Committee of the World Customs Organization (WCO), of the draft recommendation that countries should provide to the United Nations Statistics Division their international trade statistics according to the Harmonized Commodity Description and Coding System, and expressed its support for the adoption of that draft recommendation by the Council of WCO; (d) Decided that the Task Force on International Trade Statistics should continue to function, and address those issues set out in its report (E/CN.3/1997/10) to the Commission and other issues within its established terms of reference; (e) Adopted the draft revised concepts and definitions for international merchandise trade statistics (PROV/ST/ESA/SER.M/52/Rev.2), subject to the Secretariat's incorporating such editorial and substantive amendments as were consistent with maintaining the structural integrity of the draft text; (f) Requested the Secretariat to publish and distribute the revised concepts and definitions; (g) Also requested the Secretariat to work towards further harmonization of the concepts and definitions for international merchandise trade statistics with the 1993 System of National Accounts (ST/ESA/STAT/SER.F/2/Rev.4)2 and the fifth edition of the Balance of Payments Manual.3 ----- 1 Statistical Papers, No. 30/Rev.2 (United Nations publication, Sales No.
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PROGRESS IN THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE PROGRAMME OF ACTION FOR THE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT OF SMALL ISLAND DEVELOPING STATES : REPORT OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
Share of petroleum imports in total merchandise imports and exports, and in electricity generation, 1992 ..................... 12 4. (...) Given the remote location of many small island developing States, their small energy demands and high costs of oil imports, the development of renewable energy sources seems ideal. However, in spite of efforts to develop indigenous energy resources, using a variety of pilot projects, including biogas from animal dung, biomass gasifiers, alcohol fuel, small-scale wind systems and solar photovoltaics, the overall contribution of renewable energy sources to the energy balance of most small island developing States has been disappointing. (...) It was widely believed then that renewable energy technologies were becoming technically and economically viable and that the energy environment of islands was ideal for these technologies, given the remote locations, high cost of petroleum imports and abundant supplies of indigenous solar, biomass, hydropower, wind and ocean resources.
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LETTER DATED 97/05/26 FROM THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF IRAQ TO THE UNITED NATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
The inclusion of free merchandise and medical samples in contracts for medicines is a standard commercial practice in all countries of the world. (...) The question of free merchandise and free medical samples has been discussed by those concerned in the Iraqi Ministry of Health, the monitoring units of the Office of the Coordinator of the Inter-Agency Humanitarian Programme and the observers of the World Health Organization (WHO), and agreement has been reached on a formula for their distribution. (...) The same principles of monitoring and observation will be applied to free merchandise and medical samples as are applied to other medicines.
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IMPLEMENTATION OF PROVISIONS OF THE CHARTER RELATED TO ASSISTANCE TO THIRD STATES AFFECTED BY THE APPLICATION OF SANCTIONS : REPORT OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
In this method, expert observers examine time series data for traded goods and services and relevant financial flows before and after the imposition of sanctions with a view to assessing the direct effects of sanctions in reducing merchandise exports and imports, as well as financial transfers of the concerned third State. (...) Thus, the adjust to its severed economic contacts with the target State. obtained parameters for both sets of independent variables Therefore, the estimated parameters purport to indicate, in in the regression can be used to calculate the predicted diminishing coefficient values, the current year and lagged percentage reduction in bilateral merchandise trade resulting year effects of income shocks. from sanctions. (...) Although all of the above-mentioned methods may be useful in assessing the effects of sanctions on non-target States, the expert group felt that the choice of applicable method(s) will depend on particular circumstances of the affected State(s) in the context of specific sanctions regime(s). Ideally, as many of the methods as feasible should be attempted to satisfy as many analytical criteria as possible.
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IMPORTANT FEATURES OF THE SERVICE SECTOR AND TRADE IN SERVICES IN TRANSITION ECONOMIES : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
Under this mode, similar to trade in merchandise, neither the customer nor the provider of services move across national borders (telecommunications, financial and professional services). 49. (...) One can note, therefore, that as compared with their merchandise trade, European transition countries export a lower amount of commercial services than developed market economies. (...) At the same time, its value was significant both as compared with the value of merchandise trade and t
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INTERNATIONAL RECOMMENDATIONS ON STATISTICS OF THE DISTRIBUTIVE TRADES AND SERVICES
Wholesale trade is defined in ISIC as: "The re-sale (sale without transformation) of new and used goods to retailers; to industrial, commercial, institutlonsl or professional users; or to other wholesalers; or acting as agents in buying merchandise for, or selling merchandise to, such persons or companies. (...) However, establishments that sell such merchandise to institutional or industrial users only, are classified in group 6100 (Wholesale trade). (...) For the inquiries dealt with in these recommendations, the statistical unit, that is, the entity for which the required Items of data are gathered, should ideally be the establishment or the establishment-type unit.
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PROVISIONAL AGENDA AND ANNOTATIONS : STATISTICAL COMMISSION, 39TH SESSION, 26-29 FEBRUARY 2008
Documentation Report of the Secretary-General (E/CN.3/2008/9) (i) International merchandise trade statistics The Commission will have before it the report of the Secretary-General presenting a proposal to revise the recommendations on international merchandise trade statistics in view of: (a) the ever increasing user demand for more detailed, consistent and timely data for trade policymaking, economic analysis and market research; (b) changes in the organization of international merchandise trade and in the legal environment in which it is conducted; and (c) the need to provide a better support for and harmonization with the revised System of National Accounts, 1993, Rev.1, the forthcoming sixth edition of the Balance of Payments Manual and the revised Manual on Statistics of International Trade in Services. (...) Documentation Note by the Secretary-General transmitting the report of the round table (E/CN.3/2008/17) E/CN.3/2008/1 07-62356 8 (d) International merchandise trade statistics The Commission will have before it the report of the Task Force on International Merchandise Trade Statistics on the work accomplished by the Task Force since the thirty-seventh session of the Commission. (...) Documentation Note by the Secretary-General transmitting the report of the Task Force on International Merchandise Trade Statistics (E/CN.3/2008/18) (e) Statistics of international trade in services The Commission will have before it the report of the Task Force on Statistics of International Trade in Services on its recent meetings and the progress made in the revision of the Manual on Statistics of International Trade in Services to be completed by 2009.
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