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The three main segments namely hides and skins, tanning and footwear contributed 12.06 percent, 30.09 percent and 57.85 percent respectively to the total global export bill. (...) Nepal and Australia were the other notable exporters, contributing 7.78 percent and 4.35 percent respectively. EU (15) are prominent players in the export of hides and skins despite coming forth and second in cattle and sheep slaughter respectively, and are not even among the top four countries in the slaughter of goats. (...) Developing countries led in the production of all types of leather, their highest contribution was 76 percent with respect to goats and sheep skins, and their least contribution was 61 percent in light bovine tanning.
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Score: 1367646.3 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...iew_hides_and_skins_-_2008.pdf
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Policy developments affecting trade in hides and skins D. The impact on trade of environmental regulations E. The raw hides and skins and leather sector in Africa III. INTERGOVERNMENTAL ACTION ON HIDES AND SKINS A. (...) Delegates from producing and consuming countries will be invited to present statements analysing recent developments and the outlook in the hides and skins sector of their respective countries. In addition, a new edition of the World Statistical Compendium for Raw Hides and Skins, Leather and Leather Footwear will be tabled at the Session.
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Score: 1322128.6 - https://www.fao.org/unfao/Bodies/CCP/hs/98/w9222e.htm
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EST: Hides & Skins english français Español FAO Home Economic and Social Development stream Markets and Trade Home Commodity markets Commodity policy developments Trade Emerging issues Global engagement Publications Meetings and events Projects Statistical data Markets and trade  >  Economic and Social Development stream  >  Commodity markets   Hides, skins and leather products World Statistical Compendium for Raw Hides and Skins, Leather and Leather Footwear 1999-2015 This document is the seventeenth edition of the World Statistical Compendium, the first issue of which was published in 1980. (...) Global hides and skins markets: a review and short-term outlook - November 2009 During much of 2008 and 2009 the global hides and skins market was deeply affected by the widespread economic downturn following the international financial crisis. (...) The three main segments namely hides and skins, tanning and footwear contributed 12.06 percent, 30.09 percent and 57.85 percent respectively to the total global export bill.
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Score: 1291449.5 - https://www.fao.org/economic/e...st-commodities/hides-skins/en/
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The present edition, prepared in response to the ever growing demand for coherent statistical data in the hides, skins and derived products sector, contains up-dated figures up to 2015.  Global hides and skins markets: a review and short-term outlook - November 2009 During much of 2008 and 2009 the global hides and skins market was deeply affected by the widespread economic downturn following the international financial crisis. (...) The three main segments namely hides and skins, tanning and footwear contributed 12.06 percent, 30.09 percent and 57.85 percent respectively to the total global export bill.
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Score: 1278906.25 - https://www.fao.org/economic/e...ommodities/cueros-y-pieles/es/
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The present edition, prepared in response to the ever growing demand for coherent statistical data in the hides, skins and derived products sector, contains up-dated figures up to 2015.  Global hides and skins markets: a review and short-term outlook - November 2009 During much of 2008 and 2009 the global hides and skins market was deeply affected by the widespread economic downturn following the international financial crisis. (...) The three main segments namely hides and skins, tanning and footwear contributed 12.06 percent, 30.09 percent and 57.85 percent respectively to the total global export bill.
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Score: 1278906.25 - https://www.fao.org/economic/e...commodities/cuirs-et-peaux/fr/
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Methodology helps assess price tag of countering cattle’s lumpy skin disease FAO.org english Русский FAO Regional Office for Europe and Central Asia About us Regional Initiatives Knowledge sharing News Events Resources Programmes and projects Partners Methodology helps assess price tag of countering cattle’s lumpy skin disease Inspection of a cow. It was recently, in 2015, when the infectious lumpy skin disease first entered the Balkan Peninsula and started its rally by infecting cattle in several countries. (...) In Bulgaria, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, and Albania, lumpy skin disease spread rapidly after initial detection in the first half of 2016, affecting 217, 1 464 and 3 568 herds, respectively, that year.
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Score: 1245713.4 - https://www.fao.org/europe/news/detail-news/en/c/1146637/
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The plums of the class II include harvests which due to various defficiencies with the respect to calibre, development, the color of the epidermis, etc. may not be classified in the class I but which fulfil in every respect the minimal quality conditions (Article 9). (...) Certain deviations with the respect to development and the largeness of harvests are tolerated, but harvests may not be over- mature. (...) The declaration for the table grape of the class extra and the class I, besides the other data, has to contain the data on variety. 16. The walnut in the skin (Juglans regia L.) Article 89. In order to be placed into circulation, the walnut in the skin is based on its quality classified in three classes - extra, I and II.
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Score: 1241363.1 - https://www.wto.org/english/th.../cgr_e/WTACCCGR24A2_LEG_7c.pdf
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The training was organized in the framework of the regional technical cooperation project TCP/RER/3605 on lumpy skin disease preparedness in Belarus, Moldova and Ukraine. The devised train-of trainer (TOT) program follows the following stages: Training of core trainers: A 1.5-day training for 37 core trainers from each district in Republic of Moldova (all in charge of replicating the training in their own district, respectively). Replicates of the trainings at district level, taught by the core trainers with the participation of all official and private veterinarians. (...) Participants were provided with copies of the presentations, standard operating procedures (SOPs) and 90 copies of the lumpy skin disease field manual in Romanian (for themselves and to be distributed to each district).
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Score: 1215797 - https://www.fao.org/europe/eve...ts/detail-events/en/c/1170942/
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They include: dignified and respectful care during childbirth; immediate and thorough drying of newborn; immediate skin-to-skin contact of mother and newborn; appropriately timed clamping and cutting of the umbilical cord; exclusive breastfeeding; Kangaroo Mother Care (KMC); and recognizing and treating infections. (...) Since EENC was introduced, as much as 72% of newborn babies in the 2258 participating health facilities across the Region are now placed in immediate skin-to-skin contact. Close to 50% remain in skin-to-skin contact until completion of the first breastfeeding. (...) Some babies are not put in skin-to-skin contact at all. Very few preterm newborns receive Kangaroo Mother Care, a practice known to save lives.
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Score: 1215797 - https://www.who.int/japan/news...es-for-a-healthy-start-to-life
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They include: dignified and respectful care during childbirth; immediate and thorough drying of newborn; immediate skin-to-skin contact of mother and newborn; appropriately timed clamping and cutting of the umbilical cord; exclusive breastfeeding; Kangaroo Mother Care (KMC); and recognizing and treating infections. (...) Since EENC was introduced, as much as 72% of newborn babies in the 2258 participating health facilities across the Region are now placed in immediate skin-to-skin contact. Close to 50% remain in skin-to-skin contact until completion of the first breastfeeding. (...) Some babies are not put in skin-to-skin contact at all. Very few preterm newborns receive Kangaroo Mother Care, a practice known to save lives.
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Score: 1215797 - https://www.who.int/republicof...es-for-a-healthy-start-to-life
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