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Jul 26, 2016 - etc.) and its methods of test. Method of examination and test for tea. Tea. Methods of test for sugar-physical and chemical methods . White sugar. Methods of test for concrete aggregate part 4 : Determination of percentage of clay,silt and fines in natural aggregates. Methods of test for concret aggregates part 5
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Feb 07, 2012 - (cont'd) Memo: some comparisons By WTO definitiong WTO Agriculture 5.7 5.7 5.7 Live animals and products thereof 2.8 2.7 2.7 Dairy products 5.0 5.0 5.0 Coffee and tea, cocoa, sugar, etc. 4.0 4.0 4.0 Cut flowers and plants 4.5 4.5 4.5 Fruit and vegetables 3.5
Oct 25, 2002 - to be rapidly written off against tax; and "special development allowances" for growing certain crops such as tea, coffee, bananas, and citrus fruit. 19. The PRSP process has focussed on the need to pay closer attention to the vast majority of farmers, who are small-scale producers. This process identified
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Mar 21, 2007 - - Dairy products 37 237.3 1.2 - 313.5 0.3 237.4 - Coffee & tea, cocoa, sugar, etc. 297 19.6 0 - 287.4 2.8 21.0 - Cut flowers, plants 49 2.0 0 - 16 1.9 2.3 - Fruit & vegetables 299 4.7 0 - 19 1.1 5.1 - Grains 17 14.2 0 - 94.5 2.1 14.6 - Oil seeds, fats & oils
Sep 24, 2003 - for other products. Currently Senegal is under pressure to introduce the TCI on imports of footwear (particularly plastic footwear), cosmetics, biscuits, sweets, matches, milk and tea. 26. In the past, Senegal also imposed a degressive protection tax (TDP) on imported cigarettes, but the Senegalese authorities
Mar 13, 2012 - , of which less than 50% of cultivated area is irrigated. It is the backbone of rural livelihood. Major agricultural products include paddy, wheat, maize, barley, millet, potato, lentils, tea, sugarcane, coffee, ginger and large cardamom; and some of these are also exportable products. However, the sector grew
Dec 19, 2003 - , of tea or mat, and preparations with a basis of these extracts, essences or concentrates or with a basis of tea or mat .. 210120980000 6.5 + T 2 .. 210610 Protein concentrates and textured protein substances .. 210610800019 9.0 + T 2 .. 210690 Other .. 210690980012 9.0
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Jun 09, 2006 - Committee on Agriculture, Special Session 9 June 2006 Domestic Support Negotiations on Agriculture Revised Consolidated Reference Paper on Possible Modalities on Market Access Introduction 1. As you know, you have directed that I prepare a draft modalities text on or around 19 June. I have myself made clear that, in subscribing to the bottom-up, transparent process we are adopting, any such draft is unlikely to contain things you have not seen or heard before, or t...
6 April 2006
Jun 09, 2006 - 15 Committee on Agriculture, Special Session 9 June 2006 Domestic Support Negotiations on Agriculture Revised Consolidated Reference Paper on Possible Modalities on Market Access Introduction 1. As you know, you have directed that I prepare a draft modalities text on or around 19 June. I have myself made clear that, in subscribing to the bottom-up, transparent process we are adopting, any such draft is unlikely to contain things you have not seen or heard before, or things that Members wo...
Sep 30, 2020 - and industrial diamonds), sugar, tobacco and black tea. Zimbabwe's exports have continued to be dominated by primary commodities (which expose the country to commodity price fluctuations) as opposed to value-added manufactured products and services. On the other hand, imports have largely been made
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