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GENERAL REVIEW #32 1987/1988 | Shop.un.org : Official Source for United Nations Books and More Skip to main content Welcome to the United Nations عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Search form Search Toggle navigation Books Authors Series Subjects Librarians Databases Distributors Educators Catalogue Standing Orders Rights & Permissions Subscriptions Shopping cart You are here Shop » GENERAL REVIEW #32 1987/1988 English French Series: Agricultural Review for Europe General Review Author: UN Publication date: Page count: 65 Language(s) in this book: English Sales number: 89.II.E.15 Available Formats Print Unavailable About the product Back to top Promoting the work and knowledge of the UN through marketing, sales and distribution of publications, data and merchandise Customer Service Contact Us Shipping Policy Returns Policy Special Sales Catalogue About Who We Are Sales Proceeds Visit the Bookshop Tour the UN Follow Us Facebook Twitter Instagram Issuu LinkedIn Copyright Terms of Use Privacy Notice Fraud Alert × Subscripe
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Score: 992281.6 - https://shop.un.org/books/general-review-32-19871988-30717
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GENERAL REVIEW #32 1988/1989 | Shop.un.org : Official Source for United Nations Books and More Skip to main content Welcome to the United Nations عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Search form Search Toggle navigation Books Authors Series Subjects Librarians Databases Distributors Educators Catalogue Standing Orders Rights & Permissions Subscriptions Shopping cart You are here Shop » GENERAL REVIEW #32 1988/1989 English French Series: Agricultural Review for Europe General Review Author: UN Publication date: February 1991 Page count: 55 Language(s) in this book: English Sales number: 90.II.E.23 Available Formats Print Unavailable About the product Back to top Promoting the work and knowledge of the UN through marketing, sales and distribution of publications, data and merchandise Customer Service Contact Us Shipping Policy Returns Policy Special Sales Catalogue About Who We Are Sales Proceeds Visit the Bookshop Tour the UN Follow Us Facebook Twitter Instagram Issuu LinkedIn Copyright Terms of Use Privacy Notice Fraud Alert × Subscripe
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Score: 992281.6 - https://shop.un.org/books/general-review-32-19881989-30928
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EVOLUTION OF THE INTERNATIONAL TRADING SYSTEM AND OF INTERNATIONAL TRADE FROM A DEVELOPMENT PERSPECTIVE : THE IMPACT OF THE CRISIS-MITIGATION MEASURES AND PROSPECTS FOR RECOVERY : NOTE / BY THE UNCTAD SECRETARIAT
The contraction of world merchandise trade in 2008–2009 was sudden, deep, generalized and synchronous. (...) The cyclical downturn and upturn of merchandise trade occurred across all product groups. (...) Figure 5 Aggregate services and merchandise exports for a sample of 10 developing countries and transition economies 78 90 81 56 50 60 70 80 90 100 110 120 Q2 08 Q3 08 Q4 08 Q1 09 Q2 09 Q3 09 Q4 09 (Q 2 20 08 = 10 0) Services exports Merchandise exports Source: UNCTAD based on IMF BOP Database. 17.
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Score: 991939.2 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...f/get?open&DS=TD/B/57/3&Lang=E
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untitled In 2015, China was once again the world’s leading merchandise exporter and the United States the leading merchandise importer. (...) Trading patterns: Global and regional perspectives Chapter V 44 44 45 46 48 48 48 50 Merchandise trade Top performers Regional performance Regional t rade agreements Trade in commercial services Top performers Commercia l serv ices t rade by modes of supply Foreign aff i l ia tes stat is t ics (FATS) : Sales of serv ices through fore ign aff i l ia tes -20 -15 -10 -5 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 -20 -15 -10 -5 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 -20 -15 -10 -5 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 CHINA JAPAN UNITED STATES GERMANY -20 -15 -10 -5 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 2011 201420132012 2015 2011 201420132012 2015 2011 201420132012 2015 2011 201420132012 2015 10 -5 0 5 10 15 2020 25 30 CHHINA 10 -5 0 5 10 15 2020 25 30 ERMANY 10 -5 0 5 10 15 2020 25 30 PAN 15 10 -5 0 5 10 15 2020 20132013 2015 201520122012 2015 2015 World Trade Statistical Review 2016 44 Merchandise trade Top performers China, the United States, Germany and Japan remained the top four traders for both merchandise exports and imports in 2015 (see Chart 5.1). (...) However, the larger Asian economies, such as Malaysia and the Philippines (net exporters of manufactured products), experienced a decline of 15 per cent Chart 5.2: Merchandise trade by region, 2015 (annual percentage change) Chart 5.3: Merchandise exports from Africa, 2005-2015 (million US dollars) Algeria Libya Angola Nigeria South Africa Imports Exports 0 40 20 2007 -30 -20 -10 10 30 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 40 30 088 10202009 2 014 2015 -20 - -20 0 20 20 -10 10 30 World Trade Statistical Review 2016 46 and 6 per cent respectively while Indonesia’s exports fell by 15 per cent (see Table A7).
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Score: 989599.5 - https://www.wto.org/english/re...wts2016_e/WTO_Chapter_05_e.pdf
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The Preliminary Critical Circumstances Determination 40 4. US Law On Expedited Reviews And Administrative Reviews 41 F. second written submission of the united states 42 1. (...) Critical circumstances 54 4. Expedited review and Administrative review 54 H. second oral statement of the united states 55 1. (...) Moreover, this had to be done from the perspective of the producers of the imports subject to the review, not the producer that had been privatized prior to the review (i.e. whose imports were not subject to the review).
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Score: 989448.4 - https://www.wto.org/english/tratop_e/dispu_e/236r_a_e.doc
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The Preliminary Critical Circumstances Determination ............................................... 40 4. US Law On Expedited Reviews And Administrative Reviews ....................................... 41 F. (...) Also at issue is the denial of company- specific expedited reviews and administrative reviews under US countervailing duty law, which violates US obligations under the SCM Agreement and the WTO Agreement. (...) Moreover, this had to be done from the perspective of the producers of the imports subject to the review, not the producer that had been privatized prior to the review (i.e. whose imports were not subject to the review).
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Score: 989448.4 - https://www.wto.org/english/tratop_e/dispu_e/236r_a_e.pdf
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(a) The value for customs purposes of imported merchandise should be based on the actual value of the imported merchandise on which duty is assessed, or of like merchandise, and should not be based on the value of merchandise of national origin or on arbitrary or fictitious values.* (b) “Actual value” should be the price at which, at a time and place determined by the legislation of the country of importation, such or like merchandise is sold or offered for sale in the ordinary course of trade under fully competitive conditions. (...) The wording of sub-paragraphs (a) and (b) permits a contracting party to determine the value for customs purposes uniformly either (1) on the basis of a particular exporter's prices of the imported merchandise, or (2) on the basis of the general price level of like merchandise. (...) Paragraph 5 (1) “The bases and methods … should be stable” During the Review Session, the Review Working Party on Schedules and Customs Administration considered a proposal to replace the words “the bases … should be stable” by the words “the system … should not constitute an obstacle to the rapid clearance of merchandise, should protect honest importers from unfair competition in the field concerned, should as far as possible be based on trade documents …”.
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Score: 988746 - https://www.wto.org/english/re...i17_e/gatt1994_art7_gatt47.pdf
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ORGANIZATION OF THE WORK OF THE SESSION : STATISTICAL COMMISSION, 37TH SESSION, 7-10 MARCH 2006
Item 1 Opening of the session Election of officers 30 Item 2 Adoption of the agenda and other organizational matters For discussion Provisional agenda and annotations (E/CN.3/2006/1) Note by the Secretariat on the organization of the work of the session (E/CN.3/2006/L.1) Note by the Bureau of the Statistical Commission on follow-up by the Bureau of decisions taken by the Commission at its thirty-sixth session (E/CN.3/2006/2) For information Note by the Secretariat on the state of the preparation of documentation for the session (E/CN.3/2006/CRP.1) Item 3 Items for discussion and decision Item 3 (a) Programme review: industrial statistics 60 For discussion Report of the programme reviewer on industrial statistics (E/CN.3/2006/3) Item 3 (b) Distributive trade statistics 60 For discussion Report of the Secretary-General (E/CN.3/2006/4) Tuesday, 7 March (continued) Afternoon (3-6 p.m.) (...) Item 4 Items for information Item 4 (a) Population and housing censuses 15 For information Report of the Secretary-General (E/CN.3/2006/16) Item 4 (b) Health statistics 15 For information Report of the World Health Organization on health statistics (E/CN.3/2006/17) Item 4 (c) Paris Group on Labour and Compensation 15 For information Report of the Paris Group on Labour and Compensation (E/CN.3/2006/18) Item 4 (d) Poverty statistics 15 For information Report of the Secretary-General (E/CN.3/2006/19) Report of the Rio Group on Poverty Statistics (E/CN.3/2006/20) 5 E/CN.3/2006/L.1 Date/time Agenda item and documentation Proposed time to be spent on each item (minutes) Item 4 (e) Environment statistics 15 For information Report of the Intersecretariat Working Group on Environment Statistics (E/CN.3/2006/21) Item 4 (f) Service statistics 15 For information Report of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development on service statistics (E/CN.3/2006/22) Item 4 (g) Round Table on Business Survey Frames 15 For information Report of the Round Table on Business Survey Frames (E/CN.3/2006/23) Item 4 (h) International merchandise trade statistics 15 For information Report of the United Nations Statistics Division and the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development on the Joint United Nations/OECD System for collection and processing of international merchandise trade statistics (E/CN.3/2006/24) Report of the Task Force on International Merchandise Trade Statistics (E/CN.3/2006/25) Item 4 (i) Informal sector statistics 15 For information Report of the Delhi Group on Informal Sector Statistics (E/CN.3/2006/26) Item 4 (j) Statistical capacity-building 15 For information Report of the Secretary-General (E/CN.3/2006/27) Report of the Partnership in Statistics for Development in the Twenty-first Century on statistical capacity-building (E/CN.3/2006/28) 6 E/CN.3/2006/L.1 Date/time Agenda item and documentation Proposed time to be spent on each item (minutes) Item 4 (k) Follow-up to Economic and Social Council policy decisions 15 For information Note by the Secretary-General (E/CN.3/2006/29) Item 4 (l) Coordination and integration of statistical programmes 15 For information Work of the Committee for the Coordination of Statistical Activities (E/CN.3/2006/30) Thursday, 9 March (continued) Afternoon No formal Commission meeting Friday, 10 March Morning (10 a.m.-1 p.m.)
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At a global level, it is estimated that dollar prices for merchandise trade rose by 10.5 per cent. For a more detailed review at the product group level, trade prices of some major traders can provide additional information. (...) For the first time since 2000, Asia’s merchandise imports rose faster than merchandise exports (Table IA.3). (...) US merchandise imports rose by 9 per cent in dollar values, faster than US merchandise exports, which grew by 4 per cent, leading to a new record merchandise trade deficit (f.o.b.
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Score: 988221.3 - https://www.wto.org/english/ne.../pres04_e/press378_annex_e.pdf
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The 4% decline in export value in 2001 was the largest annual decrease recorded since 1982. All three major merchandise product groups — agricultural products, mining products and manufactures — suffered. (...) The US dollar value of world merchandise exports fell by 4% to $6 trillion in 2001, much faster than commercial services exports (–1.5%) which reached $1.44 trillion last year. Developing countries’ merchandise exports decreased by 6%, a somewhat steeper decline than the world average in 2001, due to the marked contraction of shipments of IT products from the East Asian traders and those of oil exporting developing countries.
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Score: 987636.6 - https://www.wto.org/english/news_e/pres02_e/pr288_e.htm
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