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    Nov 27, 2009 - UNITED NATIONS W orld Tariff Profiles 2009 W T O IT C U N C TA D W orld Tariff Profiles 2009 Printed by the WTO Secretariat World Tariff Profiles provides comprehensive information on the tariffs imposed by over 150 countries and customs territories. Summary tables in the first part of the publication allow for quick cross-country comparisons on the bound and applied duties for all products, as well as for agricultural and non-agricultural produc...

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    Oct 20, 2010 - UNITED NATIONS W orld Tariff Profiles 2010 WTO MEMBERS (As of 01 May 2010) Albania Angola Antigua and Barbuda Argentina Armenia Australia Austria Bahrain, Kingdom of Bangladesh Barbados Belgium Belize Benin Bolivia Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela Botswana Brazil Brunei Darussalam Bulgaria Burkina Faso Burundi Cambodia Cameroon Canada Cape Verde Central African Republic Chad Chile China Colombia Congo Costa Rica Côte d'Ivoire Croatia Cuba Cyprus Czech Republic Democratic Republic of the C...

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    Sep 30, 2004 - , in particular coffee and tea (the main cash crops), and since 2001, coltan. These three products accounted for 77 per cent of exports in 2002. The share of manufactured goods has remained very small, in spite of the Government's determination to promote the exportation of non-traditional products. In 2002

    Mar 05, 2004 - Performance 24 ( Industrial products 24 ( Textiles and garments 25 ( Direction of Trade 25 ( Other Industrial products 25 ( Agricultural Products 25 ( Tea 26 ( Direction of trade 26 ( Rubber 26 ( Other Products 26 (d) Impediments to the growth of Sri Lanka's Export

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    Jul 26, 2016 - thermometers with max. temperature device " " 117/1997 Methods of test for whole dates " " 221/1997 Methods of test for tea " " 633/1997 Aerosol air freshener " " 634/1997 Methods of testing aerosol air fteshener " " 635/1997 Methods of test for cream " " 636/1997 Fabrics for civilian tents

    Oct 10, 2023 - were added to the industrial categories. ? Fruit and vegetables ? Coffee, tea, cocoa, sugar, etc. ? Grains ? Animals and products thereof ? Oilseeds, fats and oils and their products ? Cut flowers, plants, vegetable materials; lacs, gums, etc. ? Beverages and spirits ? Dairy products ? Tobacco

    Oct 25, 2006 - for privatization during 2003-07 67 III.4 Kenya's membership of WIPO treaties, 2006 68 III.5 Overview of IPR protection, 2006 69 IV. TRADE POLICIES BY SECTOR IV.1 Production of crops at current prices, 2000-04 77 IV.2 Production and average yield of tea and coffee by type of grower, 2000-04 79 IV.3 Exports

    Nov 01, 2016 - prohibitions are maintained for reasons of public health, protection of endangered species and the environment, and concern items such as explosives and drugs. The export cess is often levied on Sri Lanka's major export items, such as tea, rubber, coconuts, and cinnamon. There have been no major

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    Sep 14, 2012 - by Supachai Panitchpakdi, UNCTAD Secretary-General 1525 - 1530 Remarks by Angel Gurria, OECD Secretary-General 1530 -1545 Tea break 1545- 1645 Session 2: How Global Value Chains have altered the landscape of international trade and investment The world is becoming increasingly

    Oct 15, 2019 - after tobacco, sugar and tea though its contribution to Gross Domestic Product (GDP) has been about one percent. Unfortunately, cotton has been a troubled agricultural product for the country, and a number of issues continue to impede its value in the market place. Prior to market liberalization


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