3 edition of Standard International Trade Classification found in the catalog.
January 30, 2007
by United Nations Publications
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||288|
Classification Systems Used for Freight Data Harmonized System International Standard Industrial Classification System, Central Product Classification, Standard International Trade Classification, Broad Economic Categories, Classifications of Expenditure. SIC Standard Industrial Classification. 1 Digit SIC Descriptions; SITC Standard International Trade Classification. 1 Digit SITC Descriptions; 2 Digit SITC Descriptions; 3 Digit SITC Descriptions; 4 Digit SITC Descriptions; 5 Digit SITC Descriptions; NAICS North American Industry Classification System. 2 Digit NAICS Descriptions;.
regulations in international trade such as the technical regulating, standardization, conformity assessment, accreditation. By methodology this chapter is built in the form of questions and answers. The author considers this form as most clear and allowing to have a well-structured text. The Standard International Trade Classification (SITC) has been in use since It has been revised several times; SITC4 () is the most recent revision. For more information on SITC, and to look up product codes, see the UN Classifications Registry.
NACE - the general (five to six-digit) industrial classification of economic activities within the European Community, that corresponds with ISIC at the two-digit level.. SITC - Standard International Trade Classification (ALEXANDER DOC REF, DANA REF HF S77) - is the most widely-used (five-digit) system for classifying products in external trade data, used in reports from the . The Harmonized Commodity Description and Coding System, also known as the Harmonized System (HS) of tariff nomenclature is an internationally standardized system of names and numbers to classify traded products. It came into effect in and has since been developed and maintained by the World Customs Organization (WCO) (formerly the Customs Co-operation Council), an independent.
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11 rows Standard International Trade Classification (SITC) Source: United Nations Statistics Division. SITC is a classification of the commodities being subject to international trade. It was designed to help provide a categorization needed for economic analysis and to facilitate the international comparison of trade data.
The Standard International Trade Classification (SITC) is a standardised way of classifying goods that is used in statistics on imports and exports. The codes are listed here for each commodity group.
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All books are in clear copy here, and all files are secure so don't worry about it. Standard International Trade Classification. Quick Reference (SITC) The system used to classify international visible trade. The main sections are denoted by single digits; for example, 0 is food and live animals, 1 is beverages and tobacco, etc.
More detailed classifications are denoted by Standard International Trade Classification book digits, down to the five-digit level. Standard International Trade Classification, Revision 4 v Introduction Historical background 1. Although the search for greater comparability of international merchandise trade statistics had been going on for a very long time, it was not until the s that significant developments directed towards the solution of the problem took place.
Standard International Trade Classification, Revision 4. SITC, Rev. 4 was accepted by the United Nations Statistical Commission at its thirty-seventh session (March ). The Interagency Task. Standard International Trade Classification (SITC) SITC by Country by District by DF SITC by Country by District Advance Technology (Hi-tech) Hi-tech by Country by District by DF Hi-tech by Country by District USDA (Ag or NonAg) USDA by Country by District by DF USDA by Country by District: 6.
HS CLASSIFICATION HANDBOOK WORLD CUSTOMS ORGANIZATION Rue du Marché 30, B Brussels Telephone + Fax + November In most jurisdictions, the products for which trademarks are registered are categorized using the 45 product classes of the International Classification of Goods and Services under the Nice s 1 to 34 are used for goods and classes 35 to 45 for services.
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Price New from Used from Paperback, August 1, "Please retry" Format: Paperback. There are three standard classification systems for merchandise trade: the Harmonized System (HS), North American Industry Classification System (NAICS), and Standard International Trade Classification (SITC).
In addition, other classifications in use for trade statistics include End Use Commodity Category and Advanced Technology Products (ATP). Genre/Form: Classification: Additional Physical Format: Online version: United Nations.
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The Standard international trade classification, abbreviated as SITC, is a product classification of the United Nations (UN) used for external trade statistics (export and Import values and volumes of goods), allowing for international comparisons of commodities and manufactured goods.
The groupings of SITC reflect: the production materials; the processing stage. Product group classification based on Standard International Trade Classification (SITC Rev 2), Note: The data for this group is based on UN Comtrade SITC product classification. Summing up all the product group will not give total trade of all products.
AgrRaw: Agricultural Raw Materials: Chemical: Chemical: Food: Food: Fuels. Standard International Trade Classification (SITC) Present. Exports and Imports Totals 1-digit SITC. Download Full Dataset (XLSX - MB) Present: Download Full Dataset (XLSX - MB) Exports and Imports Totals 2-digit SITC.
SITC –STANDARD INTERNATIONAL TRADE CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM ?Cl=14 Developed by the United Nations, the SITC is used by international organizations to report trade statistics.
These codes can be up to 5 digits long, but many codes are only digits long. Commodities are available at the most detailed level of the Standard International Trade Classification (SITC) Revision 2, a statistical classification of the commodities entering external trade, designed to provide the commodity aggregates for purposes of economic analysis and to facilitate international comparisons of trade-by-commodity data.
Statistical papers; series M, no HF Maintained by the United Nations, the Standard International Trade Classification (SITC) is used to classify exports and imports in order to enable statistical comparisons between different countries and years.
Standard International Trade Classification (SITC) Revision 3. Code Label Vegetables, roots, tubers, prepared, preserved, n.e.s. Fruits and nuts (excluding oil nuts), fresh or dried Fruit, preserved, and fruit preparations (no juice) Fruit and vegetable juices, unfermented, no spirit.The Classification Database.
The Classification Database reports the structure and codes, as well as a short description. The Classification Database. Classifications. Links are provided to classifications in English. Standard International Trade Classification (SITC) Swedish Standard Industrial Classification (SNI).It is most often used for the general economic analysis of international merchandise trade data.
The BEC system is defined in terms of the Standard International Trade Classification system. The original BEC was published inand revised inand most recently in The top level categories of the BEC are as follows.