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GENERAL ASSEMBLY, 5TH SESSION, 5TH COMMITTEE, 252ND MEETING, 20 OCTOBER 1950
For 1951, steps were already being taken to provide satisfactory printing arrangements in a considerable number of soft-currency countries not hitherto affected. 5. (...) He wished to emphasize once more that the United Kingdom delegation hoped that it would be possible to place some of the contracts contemplated in connexion with the IIeadquarters building in soft-currency coun- tries, especially as regards electric light fittings, lino- leum, towels and so forth. His delegation was aware that in that connexion a survey had been made of the resources of the soft-currency areas, but had no in- formation as to the results of the survey. 29.
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Score: 1564854.7 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...et?open&DS=A/C.5/SR.252&Lang=E
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They were comfortable, soft and light,” she says. However, during the pandemic, schools closed and Emelesi had to go back home. (...) They are comfortable, easy to put on, soft and dry easily. They are better than the cloths that I use back home,” Emelesi explains. (...) UNICEF Malawi/2021/Mvula Deputy Minister of Education, Madalitso Kambauwa Wirima and UNICEF Malawi, Deputy Representative, Margarita Tileva during the handover of climate resilient water supply facilities at Mchoka Primary school in Salima district UNICEF Support Clara Chindime, UNICEF Malawi’s Adolescent Development Specialist, says apart from lack of access to hygienic sanitary towels, girls in Malawi have inadequate water, sanitation, and hygiene facilities in schools.
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Score: 1476839.5 - https://www.unicef.org/malawi/...tories/periods-during-pandemic
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Each kit - a backpack, contains a soft toy, colouring book, colour pencils, water colours and brush set, blocks and puzzles and a hygiene kit that consists of soap, toothbrush and toothpaste, towel. (...) “Now, she plays with the blocks the most and is very protective of her toys, especially the soft ball.” UNICEF Bhutan/2021/PTshomo Monita Tamang shows her work to the facilitator. (...) In the nearby district of Dagana in Tshendagang village is four and half year old Jamyang Jigme Kelden, who sleeps with the soft toy, a teddy bear, that he received in his home-based kit.
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Score: 1461157.2 - https://www.unicef.org/bhutan/...ve-every-child-best-start-life
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Microsoft Word - Decree No 9-2009 On Regulation on Inspection Charges Levied on Imported Goods.doc YSMO Regulation on Inspection charges levied on imported goods No. section Custom item Commodity Group Item Description acco unt unit charges Fils/ YR from to 1 2 2.01 2.10 Meat and fish and their products Meat and its products kg 0.40 2 3 3.01 3.07 Fish and crustaceans and their products Fish and fish products kg 0.40 3 4 4.01 4.05 Dairy products Dairy products kg 0.50 4.06 Cheese kg 0.70 4.07 4.08 Eggs and their products kg 0.50 4.09 Honey kg 0.85 4.10 Other products kg 0.50 4 7 7.01 7.14 Edible vegetables Vegetables kg 0.35 5 8 8.01 8.14 Edible fruits Fruits kg 0.35 6 9 9.01 9.10 Coffee, tea, Coffee, spices and condiments kg 0.60 9.02 - condiments, spices, Tea kg 0.25 7 10 10.01 10.08 Grain Wheat and mixture of wheat and rye, barley, oats, corn, rice, beans, black wheat, millet,, birds beans, etc - cost of fixed category to be applied 8 11 11.01 11.09 mills Products mills Products kg 0.20 9 12 12.01 12.14 Oil seeds and fruits Seeds( Soya beans, peanuts, coconut pulp, linen, sunflower, sesame, flour and semolina seed, seeds and fruits used in perfumes kg 0.70 10 15 15.02 15.22 Oils and fats and their products Greases and oils and vegetable fats and animal products kg 0.22 11 16 16.01 16.05 Aquatic Products Crustoceans and fish products, meat and invertebrates kg 0.40 12 17 17.01 17.02 Sugar Products(sweets) Sugar cane or beet sugar and chemically pure sucrose, and other types of sugar (maltose) kg cost of fixed category to be applied 17.03 - Molasses (molasses) kg 0.70 17.04 - Sugar confectionery (candy and soft, halva, candles kg 0.60 17.04.1 - Gum kg 0.75 13 18 18.01 18.06 Cocoa and products Cocoa and products kg 0.80 14 19 19.01 19.05 Products based on grain or flour, starch or milk Pastes, powders, biscuits, and Weaver, pastries, corn flakes kg 0.80 15 20 20.01 20.06 Vegetable and fruit products Other products from vegetables or fruit and fruits, and parts of plants preserved by vinegar or otherwise kg 0.40 20.07 - Jam, Marmalade, Fruit puree kg 0.50 20.08 - Fruit, nuts, and parts kg 0.40 20.09 - fruit and vegetable Juice kg 0.35 16 21 21.01 - Coffee and tea concentrates and its products kg 0.60 21.02 - Yeast powder kg 0.50 21.03 - Sauce products and ingredients, mixed seasoning kg 0.40 21.04 - Miscellaneous food products Flour and powdered mustard, and their products. kg 0.50 21.05 - Iced products kg 0.40 21.06 - Other food products ( cream caramel, food powder, supplementary children foods) kg 0.50 17 22 22.01 Natural mineral water, soft drinks and vinegar and its alternatives Mineral water, soft drinks with no sugar and flavors kg 0.20 22.02 Water minerals, carbonated, unsweetened, and unflavored ,sweetened and flavored soft drinks kg 0.25 22.09 Vinegar and its edible alternatives kg 0.40 18 23 23.01 23.09 Animal food Animal fodder and animal food made from flour and plants…etc kg 0.10 19 24 24.01 Tobacco and its products Raw tobacco or unprocessed tobacco kg 0.60 24.02 24.03 Cigarettes, cigar, other typed made from tobacco and its alternatives kg 1.00 20 25 25.01 Mineral products salt kg 0.30 25.02 25.30 Other metal products ( cement, lime and mica etc. - cost of fixed category to be applied 21 26 26.01 26.21 Metal ores Metal ores and concentrates, its remnants, impurities and ashes( zinc, titanium, chrome etc..), - cost of fixed category to be applied 22 27 27.01 27.08 Fuel and mineral oil Briquette, gas coal etc kg cost of fixed category to be applied 27.09 27.10 Oil, oil from mineral products, Bituminous minerals, raw or un-raw and its products - 0.50 27.11 27.16 Petroleum jelly, petroleum gases, oil tar etc.. - cost of fixed category to be applied 23 28 28.01 28.53 Non-organic chemical products and organic and non- organic compounds - cost of fixed category to be applied etc. 24 29 29.01 29.42 Organic chemical products, - cost of fixed category to be applied 25 31 31.01 31.05 fertilizers Fertilizers ( from animal or plant origin, nitrogen, phosphate or potassium based) mineral or chemical kg 0.20 26 32 32.01 32.15 Paints, coloring, tanning, dying and inks Paint and varnish, putty, and printing inks…etc kg 0.75 27 33 33.01 33.04 Materials and Cosmetics Perfumes, oils, perfume mixtures and cosmetic kg 1.50 33.05 33.06 Hair care products, mouth and teeth kg 1.20 33.07 Products used before, during and after shaving and deodorant kg 1.50 28 34 34.01 34.07 except 34.02 Soaps and detergents Soap, lubricating products, synthetic candles for lighting, detergents, polishers in the form of spreads and paste kg 0.50 34.02 Manufactured detergents (washing preparations) kg 0.60 29 35 35.01 35.07 Albuminoidal substances, modified starches, gluten, enzymes Glue, enzymes, bomin and its salts and derivates kg 0.60 30 36 36.05 Safety matches Safety matches kg 0.75 31 37 37.01 37.07 Product of Photography and Film Cardboard sheets, textile, and chemical products for photography etc. kg cost of fixed category to be applied 32 38 38.01 38.24 Miscellaneous chemical products Graphite, washing solvent, resin acid, pesticides, rodent killers , anti weed compounds..etc kg cost of fixed category to be applied 38.14 Organic solvents and compound thinners kg 0.75 38.19 38.20 Hydraulic brake fluids and transformation of movement and anti-freezing kg 0.50 33 39 39.01 39.26 Plastics and affiliated industries Polymers ( ethylene, propylene, styrene, vinyl acetate, acrylics, Pipes, tubes, hoses, fittings, - cost of fixed category to be applied 34 40 40.01 40.17 Products (natural - Sheets - Sheet - renew - residues and - cost of fixed category to Rubber and its industrial products scraps and wastes - composite and other forms) of rubber, threads, pipes, tubes, gloves be applied 40.11 40.13 Tires 1.50 35 41 41.01 41.15 Leather Raw leather or suede or equipped kg 0.50 36 42 42.01 42.06 Leather product Leather (Bags of all kinds - Bags - Wallets - Clothing and accessories dresses - Other products ....) of leather or renew leather kg 0.75 37 43 43.01 43.04 Fur and leather products: natural or artificial Fur skins (raw - tanned - Equipped - Clothes and supplies for dresses) and their products natural or artificial kg 0.60 38 44 44.01 44.21 Timber and its industrial products Timber and its industrial products - cost of fixed category to be applied 39 45 45.01 45.04 Cork and its manufactures Cork (natural - raw - prepared - waste - crushed - powder - - cost of fixed category to blocks - boards - plates) and its products be applied 40 47 47.01 47.07 Pulp of wood, fibrous cellulosic material Pulp (wood mechanism - chemical wood - wood and chemical mechanism - waste and waste paper and cardboard - materials for the fibrous - cost of fixed category to be applied 41 48 48.01 48.23 except 48.18 Paper and paperboard and its manufactures Paper (for printing and writing, Carbon paper, cellophane, Kraft, books, cigarettes, wax, engineering drawing, carburetor self) boxes and bags and packages kg 0.30 48.18 Toilet paper - tissues - blankets and towels for desks and tables - towels and healthy raincoats - diapers - and the linings of children and health related items - clothing and accessories kg 1.20 42 50-63 50.01 63.10 Spinning and weaving products Includes all products, yarn and textile industries - garments and accessories - Textiles - Yarns of all kinds - carpets and floor coverings - blankets - traveling rugs - packing bags - cost of fixed category to be applied - Woven drink - stuffing the Felt - curtains - furniture - textile fibers ... etc 43 64 64.01 64.06 Shoes and the like and parts Shoes (plastics - Rubber leather or composition leather - textile materials ... etc) and its parts kg 0.60 44 65 65.01 65.07 Headgear and its parts Hats and headgear caps - cost of fixed category to be applied 45 66 66.01 66.03 Umbrellas (rain and sun) and sticks Umbrellas for (rain- sun) - sticks - and its parts - cost of fixed category to be applied 46 67 67.02 Artificial flowers and leaves Flowers, leaves and artificial fruits and its parts - cost of fixed category to be applied 47 68 68.01 68.03 Articles of stone or cement Paving stones, paving roads - cost of fixed category to be applied 68.04 Cutting and grinding stones kg 0.85 68.05 68.15 Powders or granules of material provoking natural or artificial pregnant - Articles of cement, stone or plaster ... friction tools - cost of fixed category to be applied 48 69 69.01 69.05 Ceramic products Bricks and blocks and Tiles and tiles and pieces of pottery, brick building, brick ... etc kg 0.15 69.06 Pipes and tubes, and its links and its parts of ceramic kg cost of fixed category to be applied 69.07 69.08 Ceramic products (tiles - tiles) and similar items 0.30 69.09 69.14 Ceramic products (wash basins - Sinks - Sinks and rules - utensils and tableware, kitchen or home - statues - Equipment and varieties of laboratories) 0.40 49 70 70.01 70.20 Glass products Glass and mirrors (flat - Drawn - blown - polished - engraved - Pierced - Insulator, etc. ... bottles and bottles and Jugs and pipes - products and tools are made of glass ... etc. - cost of fixed category to be applied 50 71 71.01 71.17 Expensive metals , jewelry and precious metal Pearl - diamond - gemstones or semi-precious - silver - gold platinum – jewels, jewelry ... etc - the Regulation of standards and jewelry to be applied 51 72 72.01 72.29 Iron ,and steel Primary products of iron in the - cost of fixed form of granules or powder products, flat-rolled bars and rods, and the corners and bars and rods, angles category to be applied 52 73 73.01 73.26 Iron made products Pillars and corners, and supplies for bars rails iron or steel - bridges and parts of bridges - Tanks, drums and tanks - receptacles for compressed or liquefied gas - wire - ropes - and cable - screws - nuts - cost of fixed category to be applied 53 74 74.01 74.19 Copper and its products Copper (half the stuff - pure - not pure - copper alloys - waste and scrap – key alloys - chips and powders) - cost of fixed category to be applied 54 75 75.01 75.08 Nickel and its products Nickel (half-raw - raw - felted - waste and scrap - chips and powder) ... etc - cost of fixed category to be applied 55 76 76.01 76.16 Aluminum and its products Aluminum (raw - scrap and waste - powders and flakes) tableware - cost of fixed category to be applied 56 78 78.01 78.06 Lead and its products Lead and its products - cost of fixed category to be applied 57 79 79.01 79.07 Zinc and its products Zinc and its products - cost of fixed category to be applied 58 80 80.01 80.07 Tin and its products Tin and its products - cost of fixed category to be applied 59 81 81.01 81.13 Other base metals, metal alloys, ceramics and cermets its manufactures Tungsten - - tantalum - magnesium - cobalt - manganese - titanium ...) and their products - cost of fixed category to be applied 60 82 82.01 82.15 Tools, and cutting and table tools of ordinary base/ metal Shovels - mattocks - shovels - hand saws - files - pliers - cutters screws - wrenches,. etc. - cost of fixed category to be applied 61 83 83.01 82.11 Miscellaneous types of base / ordinary metal Locks - bolts – to fix furniture and doors - Cabinets - Safe boxes of files - bells, and bells - pipes and tubes - plugs and covers ...etc - cost of fixed category to be applied 62 84 84.01 84.78 Boilers, machinery, equipments, machine tools and its parts Boilers and equipment to assist them used to generate the generator - turbines - combustion engines - pumps - fans refrigerators - freezers - heaters - sprinklers - washing machines - extinguishers ... etc - cost of fixed category to be applied 84.23 weight, counting & adjustment equipment, and balance adjustment - the Regulation of standards to be applied 63 85 85.01 85.48 Machinery and electrical equipment Electric motors and generators - electric transformers - electrical apparatus for domestic use - hanger combustion and parts - electric transformers - vacuum cleaners - electronics for domestic use - phones - cameras - TV …etc - cost of fixed category to be applied 64 87 87.01 87.05 Automotive, its parts and its fittings Small vehicles, medium and light transport and trucks and buses (used and new) - the fee of transport means list to be applied 87.06 87.08 Structures and hulls and parts and accessories for vehicles - cost of fixed category to be applied 87.11 87.14 Motorcycles and ordinary two-wheeled carts and the disabled and their parts and fittings - cost of fixed category to be applied 87.15 Children transporting vehicles - cost of fixed category to be applied 65 90 90.01 90.14 Tools and equipment for optics, photography and measurement Lenses, sunglasses, their parts and cameras - cost of fixed category to be applied 90.15 90.17 Measurement tools for space, dimensions and weights - the regulation of standards to be applied 90.17 90.24 90.25 90.26 Measure tools for density, pressure and humidity - the regulation of standards to be applied 90.28 90.32 Counters for gases and liquids, electricity, cars and spaces and their parts and fittings - the regulation of standards and jewelry to be applied 66 95 95.01 95.03 Toys & community games for entertainment and sports Bicycles, vehicles and models of entertainment and children's toys with engine or by other means - cost of fixed category to be applied 67 96 96.01 96.17 Miscellaneous manufactured articles Cosmetics (for nails - toilet and clean brushes for shoes and clothing - buttons staplers - pens - combs - fasteners hair - scent receptacles dielectric buffer ... etc.) - cost of fixed category to be applied Fixed categories No.
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Score: 1439642.4 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...e/yem_e/WTACCYEM33A2_LEG_1.pdf
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GENERAL AGREEMENT ON RESTRICTED TARIFFS AND TRADE L/35/Add. 3TARIFFS ANDTRADE 3 November 1952 Limited Distribution Original: English APPLICATION BY CEYLON FOR RELEASE UNDER ARTICLE XVIII Addendum toInforma ion supplied by Ceylon The following information has been supplied by the Ceylon Delegation to supplement that contained in L/35/Add.1 and Add.2. Towels and Towellings From information since received, we find that We have made an error in the Tariff Item relating to towels and towelling. The correct tariff items are:- 489 Mill-made Turkish towels, 490 Mill-made Turkish towelling, 495 Towels shown, to the satisfaction of the P.P.C, to have been imported by and for use in hotels and rest houses, approved by the Director of the Tourist Bureau; 498 Towels and towelling N.E.S. 515 Towels and Towelling N.E.S. (...) The rea- son for controlling mill-made towels and toweling including Turkish is because they compete directly with the local handloom towels and towelling.
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Score: 1395971.2 - https://www.wto.org/gatt_docs/English/SULPDF/90070849.pdf
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We also asked the Institute of Public Health of Montenegro (IJZ CG) if it is true that, after washing our hands, we should use a paper towel, and only then a towel. “If you have dried your hands with a paper towel there is no need to use a towel. A paper towel is epidemiologically the best solution, because it can only be used once. It is thrown away after use. So a paper towel is ideal, but if there is no paper towel, it is only then that an ordinary towel comes into play.
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Score: 1395886.5 - https://www.unicef.org/montene...d-towels-should-be-washed-more
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Each kit - a backpack, contains a soft toy, colouring book, colour pencils, water colours and brush set, blocks and puzzles and a hygiene kit that consists of soap, toothbrush and toothpaste, towel. (...) In the nearby district of Dagana in Tshendagang village is four and half year old Jamyang Jigme Kelden, who sleeps with the soft toy, a teddy bear, that he received in his home-based kit.
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Score: 1376462.1 - https://www.unicef.org/rosa/st...ve-every-child-best-start-life
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STANDARD INTERNATIONAL TRADE CLASSIFICATION, REVISION 3 : CORRIGENDUM
., broomcorn, piassava, couch-qrass and istle) , whether or not in hanks or bundles FIXED VEGETABLE FATS AND OILS, CRUDE, REFINED OR FRACTIONATED, OTHER THAN “SOFT” Other carboxylic acids with alcohol function but without other oxygen function; their anhydrides, halides, peroxides, peroxyacids and their derivatives Other carboxylic acids with phenol function but without other oxygen function, their anhydrides , halides, peroxides, peroxyacids and their derivatives Nitric acid, Sulphonitric acids Iron oxides and hydroxides; with colours containing 70% or more by weight of combined iron evaluated as Fe203 Other synthetic orqanic colourinq matter (incl. mixtures of colourinq matter falling within two or more of the headings of subgroup 531.1) Paints and varnishes (including enamels, lacquers and distempers); plastics in solution; prepared water piqments of a kind used for finishinq leather; piqments (including metallic powders and flakes) dispersed in non-aqueous media, in liquid or paste form, of a kind used in the manufacture of paints (including enamels), stampinq foils, dyes and other colouring matter put up in forms or packings for retail sale . . ..containing other hormones or other products of heading 541.45; not put up in measured doses or in forms or packings for retail sale Natural polymers and modified natural polymers (e.g., hardened proteins, chemical derivatives of natural rubber), n.e.s (...) whether or not agglomerated with resins or other orqanic bindinq substances Other builders’ joinery and carpentry of wood Other paper and paperboard, less than 225 a/m2 uncoated, weiqhinq more than 150 q/m2 but Sanitary towels and tampons, napkins (diapers) and napkin liners for babies and similar sanitary articles, of paper pulp, paper, cellulose waddinq or webs of cellulose fibres Yarn (other than sewing thread) of artificial staple fibres containing less than 85% by weight of these fibres, not put up for retail sale Cotton fabrics, woven, unbleached (other than gauze and pile and chenille f abr its) Fabrics, woven, of synthetic staple fibres , containing 85% or more by weight of such fibres, other than pile and chenille fabrics Other fabrics, woven, containing 85% or more by weiqht of artificial filaments or strip or the like (other than pile and chenille fabrics) Other fabrics, warp knit (including those made on qalloon knittinq machines) Synthetic or reconstituted precious or semi-precious stones, other than piezo-electric quartz, unworked or simply sawn ‘or roughly shaped -3- 4 ,. 673.1 673.44 675.32 675.51 716.3 718.91 724.54 735 735.1 741.31 741.33 741.36 741.37 741.38 741.9 744.7 745.31 749.99 772.4 Flat-rolled products of iron or non-alloy steel, not clad, plated or coated, not further worked than hot-rolled , of a thickness of less than 3 mm and havinq a minimum yield point of 275 MPa or of a thickness of 3 mm or more and havinq a minimum yield point of 355 MPa, in coils . . . .Of a width of 600 mm or more and a thickness of less than 0.50 mm, in COilS . . ..of a width of 600 mm or more and of a thickness of 3 mm or more but less than 4.75 mm, in coils . . ..of a width of 600 mm or more and of a thickness of 4.75 mm or more Motors (other than motors of an output not exceedinq 37.5 W) and generators, alternating current Linear actinq hydraulic power enqines and motors (cylinders) Machines for preparinq textile yarns for use on the machines of headings 724.51 throuqh 724.53 PARTS, N.E.B., AND ACCESSORIES SUITABLE FOR USE SOLELY OR PkINCtPALhY WITH THE MACHINES FALLING WITHIN HEADINGS 731 AND 733 (INCLUDING WORK OR TOOL HOLDERS, SELF-OPENING DIEHEADS, DIVIDING HEADS AND OTHER SPECIAL ATTACHMENTS FOR MACHINE-TOOLS); TOOL HOLDERS FOR ANY TYPE OF TOOL FOR WORKING IN THE HAND Work-holders, self-opening dieheads and dividinq heads for machine-tools; tool h,olders Resistance heated furnaces and ovens, electric Other electric furnaces and ovens Furnaces anh ovens for the roasting, meltinq or other heat-treatment of ores, pyrites or other metals, non-electric Bakinq ovens (includinq biscuit ovens), non-electric Other furnaces and ovens (includinq incinerators), non-electric Parts, n.e.s. e for the machinery included at headinqs 741.7 and 741.8 Continuous-action elevators and conveyors, for qoods or mdterials Weiqhinq machinery (excluding balances oi a sensitivity of 5.cq or better; personal weiqhinq machines and household scales), includinq weight-operated countinq and checkfnq machines Other machinery parts, not containinq electrical connectors, insulators?
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Score: 1370012.2 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...T/SER.M/34/REV.3/CORR.2&Lang=E
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In the original application the Government of Ceylon sought releases on six groups of products, namely: (1) Towels and towelling, (2) Rubber footwear, (3) Cotton banians, (4) Paints, French polish and varnish, (5) Dried Fish, and (6) Tortoiseshell ware. (...) (except mill-made Turkish towels and towelling). 12. The Ceylon Delegation described in a written statement (L/35/Add,2) the projects which had been adopted for the development of both cotton cultivation and the hand-loom industry. (...) The Ceylon representative maintained that mill-made towels and towelling including the Turkish type competed directly with the local hand- loom production and that import regulation, to be effective for the envisaged Page 5 purpose, could therefore not be limited to imported hand-loom towels and towelling.
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Score: 1344996.1 - https://www.wto.org/gatt_docs/English/SULPDF/90680006.pdf
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