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Feb 10, 2009 - 2006 2005 a Comprising coffee, cocoa beans and tea. Source: IMF, International Financial Statistics. Price changes for manufactured goods remained less strong than those for primary products for the third consecutive year. An important element in the moderate price trends for manufactured goods
Jun 02, 2001 - were not a significant trade barrier with almost all such restrictions having been removed. Restrictions on black tea would be tariffied and local content requirements on this product removed within the next few months. Licensing was used on a non-restrictive basis. Import restrictions on used goods would remain
Jun 02, 2001 - and copper. These sharp price declines were only partly offset by price increases for tea and jute. Angola and Yemen-the two oil-exporters in the group-benefited from the oil price increase, in particular Angola which increased its oil output. Despite the generally unfavourable commodity price
Jun 02, 2001 - rate. Commodity price developments varied in 1997, with rises in the prices of beverages (coffee, tea and cocoa) contrasted with a fall in many food prices. Overall, price developments favoured many least developed African countries. A fall in wheat and rice prices has lowered the import bill of net
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Jul 01, 2019 - animals 1 12 2 Animal nutrition 21 39 3 Cocoa and cocoa preparations, coffee and tea 15 26 16 27 14 Others 80 201 142 66 58 Total 1049 2070 1562 806 1442 Source: Author's Compilation from RASFF and United Nations Industrial Development Organisation (UNIDO) Table 2b: EU Rejections of Foods
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Sep 14, 2011 - products such as tea or herbs and functional foods with nutritional additives. The impact of the General Agreement on Trade in Services (GATS)47 on trade in health services remains insignificant due to the low level of com- mitments in this sector that mostly only binds ex- isting levels of market
Sep 28, 2011 - Edible fruit and nuts; peel of citrus fruit or melons 60 19.2 0-20 3.5 0.2 09 Coffee, tea, maté and spices 63 20.0 20 0.0 2.1 10 Cereals 18 6.4 0-20 4.5 80.2 11 Products of the milling industry; malt; starches; inulin; wheat gluten 32 13.2 5-20 5.3 29.6 12 Oil seeds
Jul 11, 2018 - fertilizers, tungsten, tea, silk, antimony and silver. The state retains a majority share in all but one of the 100 largest publicly listed companies. No information was provided on public financial support for SOEs. 25. The government procurement legislative and regulatory regime remained largely
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Nov 14, 2011 - Vegetable products Live trees and other plants 22 SPS permit AGROCALIDAD Edible vegetables and certain roots 52 SPS permit AGROCALIDAD, MAGAP Edible fruit and nuts 1 Sanitary registration MSP Edible fruit and nuts 72 SPS permit AGROCALIDAD, MSP Coffee, tea, mate, and spices 24
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Mar 13, 2012 - poorly, some new goods export sectors have emerged. Exports of iron and steel products as well as textiles have increased rapidly (Chart I.1). Other rapidly increasing export products include: tea, ginger, essential oils n.e.s., instant noodles, medicinal herbs, large cardamom, and wool products
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