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TECHNICAL NOTE ON TERMINOLOGY FOR SINGLE WINDOW AND OTHER ELECTRONIC PLATFORMS
The ‘single submission of individual data elements’ for one transaction can span across time, depending upon the type of merchandise and its method of transport (potentially in multiple deliveries). (...) The UNECE suite of recommendations clearly sets forth an ideal for the establishment of a National Single Window to handle all cross-border trade-related regulatory requirements. (...) Joint Border Crossing is a concept which involves two neighboring customs administrations entering into an agreement to operate customs control jointly (i.e. to coordinate export and import controls, opening hours and competencies). Ideally, joint controls are conducted in a single customs office where physical and technical infrastructures are shared.
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Score: 1158757.4 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc.../TRADE/C/CEFACT/2017/10&Lang=E
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MEASURING GLOBAL PRODUCTION: GOODS SENT ABROAD
Such companies would ideally be in the take-all portion of the sample. (...) Each of these items is further discussed below. A. Adjustments in merchandise trade statistics 22. In many countries customs information form the basis of merchandise trade statistics. (...) It is quite possible in some countries that available customs information is not fully utilized in the merchandise trade statistics. Some of this information may already exist on available customs fields that are not fully captured or ignored for merchandise trade statistics purposes.
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Score: 1149529.5 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...S=ECE/CES/GE.20/2014/13&Lang=E
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TRADING PROCESSING FOR GOODS: A DIFFERENT VIEW FROM THE PAST ON ITALIAN TRADE FLOWS?
Turning to the geographical analysis, Figure 7 traces the ratio of NA/BP data to IMTS for bilateral merchandise trade between Italy and selected trading partners. (...) So far the impact of processing on the recording of merchandise trade in the NA/BP framework has been assessed by looking at the ratio with the IMTS counterparts. (...) To assess the impact of the new statistical standards on the structure of Italian merchandise trade and its specialization patterns we compare, for each of the five-year periods covered in our analysis, the sectoral composition of merchandise trade based on the two sets of data (Table 3).
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Score: 1114283.2 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...S=ECE/CES/GE.20/2015/13&Lang=E
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PRINCIPLES FOR STATISTICS OF EXTERNAL TRADE
(5) Paper and other currency, excepting that traded as merchandise. (b) The frontier and statistical boundary 12. (...) Merchandise moving inward 1. Entered directly (a) (b) 2. (...) /The outward flow The outward flow of merchandise E/CN.3/142 English Page 11 26. It will be seen from the Table that the total of merchandise passing out of a territory is made up of items 6, 7, 8 and 9.
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Score: 1110949 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc.../get?open&DS=E/CN.3/142&Lang=E
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REPORT BY THE SECRETARY-GENERAL IN PURSUANCE OF THE RESOLUTION ADOPTED BY THE SECURITY COUNCIL AT ITS 1056TH MEETING ON 7 AUG. 1963 (S/5386) : ADDENDUM
.- --- ----------------, S/5438/Add.5 English Page 2 absolute devotion to the cause of total emancipation of the African peoples and proclaiming its faith in the ideal of justice ld the dignity of the African p2rsonality, Considering that two sovereign States, Portugal and South Africa, despite the reiterated appeals and fraternal admonitions of the other nations, continue to advocate and practise a policy which denies Africans the right to self- determination ~~d the right freel~' to sha~e their mill destiny, Considering that, notvrithstandir-g the condel:mations by the United Nations, these countries continue to endorse racial discr:.mination, persecution 8J.id exploitation of the black man on his own soil, Convinced that this intransigent attitude cop.3titutes a serious tbreat to peace and 1 intolerable interference in African affairs, Persuaded that the only way to eradicate the vestiges of discrimination in general and a:;.Jartheid in particular :i.s to 0P1Jose by all possible means the pernicious activities and gro,~h of these particularly hateful colonial systems, Hhereas boycott action in the form of punitive sanctions must be tal:en against boeh these countries equally, Having reGard to the welfare of Africa in general and of Burundi in particular, Having resard to the gravity and urgency of the situation, Taking into account the opinion of all the 1'·1inisters in council assembled; HEREBY ORDERS: Article 1 The Kingdom of Burundi shall not establish any diploDfftic or consular relations with the State of Portugal or the Republic of South Africa. (...) To that end, it shall refrain from importing or exporting any products, merchandise or foodstuffs from or to these c~untries
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Score: 1096895.4 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...et?open&DS=S/5438/ADD.5&Lang=E
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REPORT BY THE SECRETARY-GENERAL IN PURSUANCE OF THE RESOLUTION ADOPTED BY THE SECURITY COUNCIL AT ITS 1049TH MEETING ON 31 JULY 1963 (S/5380)
imposing sanctions against Portugal and South Africa The Prinle Minister and Acting Minister for Foreign Affairs and External IJ:'rade, Having regard to article 55 of the Constitution of the Kingdcm of Burundi concerning ministerial responsibility, Having regard to the Preamble of the Constitution of the Kingdom of Burundi affirming its faith in the high dignity of the human person and its determination to guarantee fundamental human rights, Faithful to the principles defined in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and solemnly proclaimed in the Charter of the United Nations, Imbued with the spirit of the Organization of African Unity, particularly articles 11 and III thereof which establish the principles of solidarity and absolute devotion to the cause of total e.mancipation of the African peoples and proclaiming its faith in the ideal of justice and the dignity of the African personality, 63-26851 / ... (...) To that end, it shall refrain from importing or exporting any products, merchandise or foodstuffs to or from these countries.
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United Nations ECE
The wholesale sector is comprised of establishments primarily engaged in the wholesale distribution of merchandise on their own account (taking title to goods), or the buying and selling on a commission or fee basis (the goods being owned by others). 5. (...) The retail trade sector comprises establishments primarily engaged in retailing merchandise, generally without transformation, and rendering services incidental to the sale of merchandise. 7. (...) Clearance prices in general are not sustainable over the long run for any business, and as such are viewed as one-time or special events—they do not reflect trends in pricing over any significant period of time. Ideally, we would substitute products out of our sample before they become clearance items.
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Score: 1086317.2 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...DS=ECE/CES/GE.20/2012/5&Lang=E
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Microsoft PowerPoint - 13Doran Columbia Forest Products Overview of CFP Short review of each division Full Review International Div Questions Answers Columbia Forest Products • Founded in 1957 • One Plywood Mill Klamath Falls, OR • ESOP Columbia Forest Products Core Values Customer Service Above All Else Absolute Integrity Share the Success Columbia Forest Products Four Divisions • Plywood • Veneer • Flooring • International Turnover $ 1 billion 4400 employees Plywood Columbia Forest Products Plywood Division • Largest Decorative Mfgr. in North America • Seven Manufacturing Plants • Distributors, OEM’s, Mass Merchandisers • Formal Business Plan • Sales team blanket North America • Know all major buyers Hardwood Veneer Columbia Forest Products Veneer Division • Four manufacturing plants • Rotary cut decorative hardwood veneer • Plywood, door and furniture manufacturers • Largest North American Manufacturer • Birch, Red Oak, Maple Flooring Columbia Forest Products Flooring Division • Founded 1996 First shipments April 1997 • Double digit market share • Full line Solid, engineered, laminate • Independent and national distributors • Buying groups and Mass Merchandisers • Five North American manufacturing plants • Contract outsource offshore Columbia Forest Products International Division • Founded July 1994 • One of Top Three Panel Importers North America • Number one in Russian Birch plywood • Complements domestic product line • Mix match domestic imported • Mfg. expertise • North America sales / distribution network • Ideal partner for Offshore manufacturers MT Columbia Operations – International Division International Division Norfolk, VA Savannah, GA New Orleans, LAHouston, TX Los Angeles, CA Vancouver, BC Port Location Portland, OR Sales Office/Corporate Camden, NJ U.S.
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Score: 1085550.2 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...c-62/presentations/13doran.pdf
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REPORT OF THE INTER-AGENCY TASK FORCE ON INTERNATIONAL TRADE STATISTICS : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
Another possibility is to explore microdata linking, for example, by integrating merchandise trade statistics with e-commerce enterprise surveys, albeit coupled with assumptions relating to foreign/domestic e-commerce breakdowns. (...) While not all services can be delivered remotely over ICT networks (because many services require physical proximity for delivery and consumption), ideally, from a data collection point of view, all international trade-in-services transactions should be divided into those that are “digitally delivered” and those that are “not digitally delivered”. (...) This chapter presents current approaches and possible extensions necessary to measure digitally ordered goods and services, highlighting, inter alia, the uses of enterprise and household expenditure surveys, as well as ongoing work among customs authorities, led by WCO, and postal authorities, led by UPU, to better E/CN.3/2018/28 17-22089 8/8 measure cross-border merchandise transactions that were ordered online.
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Score: 1081072.1 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...?open&DS=E/CN.3/2018/28&Lang=E
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VOLUNTARY PEER REVIEW OF COMPETITION LAW AND POLICY : UNITED REPUBLIC OF TANZANIA : OVERVIEW
The desk research covered a review of, inter alia, (a) the Fair Competition Act of 2003 (FCA), the FCC Procedure Rules, the Merger Guidelines, the Merchandise Marks Act of 1963 and the Merchandise Marks Regulations of 2008; (b) selected decisions of the FCC and Annual Report for 2008–2009; (c) national policies such as the Sustainable Industrial Development Policy, National Vision 2025 and the National Trade Policy. (...) There has been criticism that the Merchandise Marks Act and the FCC are concerned largely with goods imported into the United Republic of Tanzania and not goods manufactured and sold locally. (...) While it is recognized that the Merchandise Marks Regulations cover frivolous complaints, it is again a self- defeating process, as the whole Merchandise Marks Act is based on “reasonable suspicion”.
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Score: 1079994.5 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce.../1(OVERVIEW - TANZANIA)&Lang=E
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