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ENHANCING PRODUCTIVE CAPACITY THROUGH SERVICES
While merchandise trade fell by 22 per cent in 2009 and 16 per cent cumulatively during the period 2015–2016, falls in services trade were less pronounced, at 11 per cent and 5 per cent, respectively. 12. (...) Developing countries’ share in services trade is about 15 percentage points lower when compared with their share in merchandise trade. While this suggests significant potential for these countries in services trade, it may also indicate sector-specific obstacles in their domestic and export markets, as well as their competitiveness in expanding market shares in services. (...) Trans-shipment ports must be close to a main shipping lane and may then become a gateway port, a logistics centre port, or, ideally, ideally all three (see figure 10). Once established, a trans-shipment port, backed up by the right government policies, can act as an enabler for other industries.
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Score: 927411.8 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...en&DS=TD/B/C.I/MEM.4/20&Lang=E
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STATISTICS OF INTERNATIONAL TRADE IN SERVICES : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
At the Vienna meeting, following the request of the Statistical Commission at its session in February 2008 (resolution 39/109) that the revised recommendations on the concept and definitions of international merchandise trade be harmonized to the extent possible with the updated recommendations regarding statistics of international trade in services, the Task Force held its first joint session with the inter-agency Task Force on International Merchandise Trade Statistics. (...) A second joint meeting between the Task Force on International Merchandise Trade Statistics and the Task Force on Statistics of International Trade in Services also took place in Bangkok. (...) A delay was proposed in the submission of the Manual to the Statistical Commission to allow harmonization with merchandise trade statistics recommendations to the extent possible.
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Score: 923865.9 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...t?open&DS=E/CN.3/2010/6&Lang=E
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RECOMMENDATION N°1: UNITED NATIONS LAYOUT KEY FOR TRADE DOCUMENTS RECOMMENDED PRACTICE & GUIDELINES
This should be in smaller font size (ideally 6 or 8 points), in the top left-hand side of the field. (...) This could be the case on an invoice or a packing list, for example, where multiple types of merchandise need to be included in the document. When a continuation sheet is used, it only represents the section for goods details and customs purposes and must be accompanies by a first page based on the UNLK where the other three image areas are used as ‘header’ information which would be relevant for all merchandise on the continuation sheets.
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Score: 920609.6 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...E/TRADE/C/CEFACT/2017/7&Lang=E
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INTERNATIONAL TRADE STATISTICS : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
It also presents ideas on the possible use of the Central Product Classification (goods part) for international merchandise trade statistics by the United Nations Statistics Division. (...) This would involve some classification for international merchandise trade statistics, development cost (both for computer systems and substantive the Commission will recall that the current explicit work), staff resources to provide reliable conversions from recommendation of the Commission is that countries should HS or SITC data to the new classifications, and operating compile and disseminate their international merchandise trade costs to process and convert data and maintain the Database. statistics according to HS, and that the Commission decided 15. (...) The experience of the United2 Nations Statistics Division experience to date is that (i) there have been no requests from users for international merchandise trade statistics according to CPC; (ii) no national statistical offices are known to be publishing their international merchandise trade statistics according to CPC; however, (iii) some international organizations have indicated that they would find trade data according to CPC useful.
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INCOTERMS AND OTHER TRADE TERMS : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
Place and mode of delivery of merchandise are dealt with as a matter of major concern. (...) To o,wa.it lc:[‘,is 1:ition of the kind adopted in Czechoslovakia, or the development \I A/CN.9/14 English Annex Page 8 ” C.and I"., and C.I.F. contracts are not ideally suited). Similarly, air freight is now much more important in international trade than in 1953 and gives rise to a need for corresponding types of sale different from these up to now defined by the ICC. 299 Another aspect of the same problem would be that some Governments 'may be reluctant to leave the codification of international business practice in the hands of a private body such as the ICC.
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UNCTAD-WIDE ACTIVITIES IN IMPLEMENTATION OF THE PROGRAMME OF ACTION FOR THE LEAST DEVELOPED COUNTRIES (LDCS) FOR THE DECADE 2001-2010 : 8TH PROGRESS REPORT : REPORT / BY THE UNCTAD SECRETARIAT
Finally, definitions used for the collection and measurement of a given data may diverge from the ideal definition required for assessment purposes. (...) In nominal terms, the value of LDCs’ total merchandise exports increased from $83.3 billion in 2005 to $128.5 billion in 2007.10 The total merchandise imports of LDCs as a group increased from $87.9 billion in 2005 to $101.4 billion in 2006, shifting the trade balance for 2006 to positive territory by over $27 billion. In comparison, the value of total merchandise exports achieved in 2007 was $45.2 billion above the level in 2005 and $72 billion above the value in 2004.
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DRAFT PROGRAMME OF WORK OF THE UNITED NATIONS STATISTICS DIVISION FOR THE BIENNIUM 2010-2011 : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
Parliamentary documentation: report on the twenty-sixth session of the United Nations Group of Experts on Geographical Names (1); (v) Ad hoc expert groups: 20 expert group meetings on: international migration; population and housing censuses; gender statistics; social statistics; climate change; environment statistics; international economic and social classifications; national accounts; environmental-economic accounting (2); system of environmental-economic accounting for energy (1); system of environmental-economic accounting for material flow accounts (1); Millennium Development Goals indicators (2 meetings per year) (4); international merchandise trade statistics (1); compilation of external trade indices (1); statistics of international trade in services (1); infrastructure and basic data sources for compilation of economic statistics (1); (b) Other substantive activities (regular budget): (i) Recurrent publications (237): demographic and social statistics website (8); 2010 World Programme on Population and Housing Censuses website (8); Demographic Yearbook (2); Population and Vital Statistics Report series A, biweekly electronic version (24); social indicators website (twice- yearly update) (4); Population and Vital Statistics Report, series A (print) (4); website on environment statistics (2); environmental indicators (web) (1); environmental country profiles (2); ENVSTATS newsletter (4); website on classifications (2); newsletter on classifications (4); Industrial Commodity Statistics Yearbook (print and CD-ROM) (2); website on industry statistics (2); National Accounts Statistics: Analysis of Main Aggregates, 2008 and 2009 (2); E/CN.3/2009/27 08-64591 4 National Accounts Statistics: Main Aggregates and Detailed Tables, 2008 and 2009 (2); website on national accounts (2); newsletter on national accounts (4); website on environmental accounting (2); environment-economic accounting newsletter (4); Millennium Development Goals report and statistical annex for the Secretary-General’s office (2); millennium indicators database update (2); website on Millennium Development Goals (2); glossy report on the Millennium Development Goals (2); progress chart on the Millennium Development Goals (2); progress chart on the Millennium Development Goals based on country progress within regions (2); Millennium Development Goals Info (2); Millennium Development Goals — aid information (2); website of the Committee for the Coordination of Statistical Activities (4); website on technical cooperation (8); website of the Inter-Agency Expert Group (2); website on national statistical systems (2); Monthly Bulletin of Statistics (print and Internet) (48); Statistical Yearbook (2); UNdata website (12); World Statistics Pocketbook (2); United Nations Group of Experts on Geographical Names information bulletin (3); website on geographical information (4); website on city groups (2); website of the Statistical Commission (2); website on standards and methods (2); website of the Statistics Division (8); website of the Statistics Division, publication archive (2); Energy Statistics Yearbook 2008 and 2009 (2); Energy Balances and Electricity Profiles 2008 and 2009 (2); energy statistics online database (1); Energy Statistics Newsletter (4); website on energy statistics (2); Yearbook of International Trade Statistics, vols. I and II (2); UN Comtrade database on international merchandise trade statistics on the Internet (2); UN Services Trade database on statistics of international trade in services on the Internet (2); newsletter of the Task Force on Statistics of International Trade in Services (4); website of the Task Force on Statistics of International Trade in Services (2); online annex to the Yearbook of International Trade Statistics, vols. I and II (2); newsletter on international merchandise trade statistics (4); website on statistics of international trade in services (2); website on international merchandise trade statistics (2); (ii) Non-recurrent publications (20): International Classification of Activities in Time-Use Surveys (Internet update) (1); Compendium of Housing Statistics (1); The World’s Women 2010 (1); Data Compilation Manual for Water Statistics (1); revised framework for the development of environment statistics (1); Handbook on National Accounts (1); System of Environmental- Economic Accounting for Energy (1); System of Environmental-Economic Accounting for Material Flow Accounts (1); Millennium Development Goals thematic brochure (2); GenderInfo (2); International Merchandise Trade Statistics: Concepts, Definitions and Strategies, Revision 3 (1); International Merchandise Trade Statistics Compilers Manual, Revised (1); handbook on good practices in compilation of external trade indices (merchandise trade) (1); national practices in the compilation and dissemination of statistics in international trade in services (online) (1); handbook on the compilation of statistics on international trade in services by national statistical offices (1); handbook on infrastructure and basic data sources for compilation of economic statistics (1); international recommendations for energy statistics (1); national practices in the compilation and dissemination of distributive trade statistics (online) (1); E/CN.3/2009/27 5 08-64591 (iii) Technical material: development and maintenance of statistical databases for the collection, processing, printing and dissemination of statistical data in the areas of environment statistics, energy statistics, commodity production statistics, index number of industrial production, national accounts, demographic statistics, international trade statistics and classifications (2); technical development and maintenance of the Millennium Development Goals indicators database and documentation and training (yearly) (2); responses to ad hoc requests from Member States and other users for information on internationally recommended concepts and methods, as well as national practices, in the aforementioned fields of statistics (2); standardized statistical data metadata exchange, coordination with relevant agencies within the inter-agency and expert group on Millennium Development Goals indicators (2); standardized statistical data metadata exchange, collaboration with the International Monetary Fund, the Bank for International Settlements and others in the inter-agency working group (2); updated documentation on database maintenance and revised training materials (2); (iv) Substantive servicing of inter-agency meetings: meetings of the Committee for the Coordination of Statistical Activities (4); meetings of cluster 10, Statistics, Executive Committee on Economic and Social Affairs (2); subgroups on Millennium Development Goals indicators (2 meetings per year) (4); advisory teams on gender statistics (4); Advisory Group on Environmental-Economic Accounting and Environment Statistics (3).
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EXTERNAL TRADE STATISTICS (MEMORANDUM PREPARED BY THE SECRETARY-GENERAL)
Jr,ended that tt.ese categories 'oe excluded from the main body of merchandise trade statistics but, vrhere ir,J:;::ortant, be made the subject of separate tabulations. (...) The outward flow of merchandise. It will be remembered that the expert group distinguished the following categories of merchandise in the beading "merchandise moving outward": (a) Withdrawn from customs storage warehouse: For re-export. (...) The inward flow of merchandise. The expert group distinguished tr,e follm·Jing categories in merchandise moving inward: (a) Entered directly: (l) For consumption; (2) For transformation.
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Score: 916072.4 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc.../get?open&DS=E/CN.3/173&Lang=E
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REPORT OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL ON THE ACTIVITIES OF THE OFFICE OF INTERNAL OVERSIGHT SERVICES : NOTE
The General Manager called the vendors, determined the quantities of merchandise to be ordered, authorized and approved purchases, received and stocked the delivered merchandise (and even certified its receipt in several cases), and then prepared and signed the disbursement voucher for payment. (...) Merchandise was ordered only when the stock reached nearly zero, indicating that no re-order points had been established. (...) Two instances were noted in which two separate deliveries of merchandise were recorded on the same receiving and inspection report.
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Score: 914977.8 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...f/get?open&DS=A/50/1004&Lang=E
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REPORT OF THE SDMX SPONSORS ON COMMON OPEN STANDARDS FOR THE EXCHANGE AND SHARING OF DATA AND METADATA
The present report summarizes achievements, recent developments and planned activities by the SDMX initiative, in areas such as macroeconomic statistics, international merchandise trade statistics and the Sustainable Development Goals, among others. (...) The workplan of the Working Group has been approved and envisages setting up a pilot data exchange in the fourth quarter of 2017 and a production-level exchange of data and metadata by the end of 2018. International merchandise trade statistics 7. An inter-agency working group comprising Eurostat, the International Trade Centre, OECD, the Statistics Division (acting as the secretariat and Chair of the working group) and the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) was established in 2013 to support the implementation of SDMX standards in international merchandise trade statistics. The working group seeks to specify uniform structures, concepts, definitions and code lists fo r international merchandise trade statistics data and metadata that comply with the latest version of the SDMX standard (2.1) and follow the latest recommendations contained in the document entitled “International Merchandise Trade Statistics: Concepts and Definitions 2010” (ST/ESA/STAT/SER.M/52/Rev.3).
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Score: 914778 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...?open&DS=E/CN.3/2017/32&Lang=E
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