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Merchants

UN Sustainable Development Goals

GOAL 12: Responsible Consumption and Production

Organizations relating to Merchants

European Community Wholesalers and International Traders Association / Est. 1993
Convention on the Law Applicable to International Sales of Goods / Est. 1955
European Federation of Sporting Goods Stores
International Bureau of Associations of Manufacturers, Wholesalers and Retailers of Jewellery, Gold and Silver Ware / Est. 1926
International Federation of the Independent Shoe Trade / Est. 1958
Arrangement Concerning Consultations Prior to the Installation in the Vicinity of the Frontiers of Permanent Stores of Explosive Substances for Civil Use / Est. 1950
International Cooperative Wholesale Society / Est. 1924
International Federation of Pharmaceutical Wholesalers / Est. 1977
European Savings and Retail Banking Group / Est. 1963
World Union of Wholesale Markets / Est. 1958
Nordic Union of Optical Wholesalers
European Association of Machine Tool Merchants / Est. 1973
Syndicat international des fabricants importateurs et grossistes
International Federation of Merchant-Tailors / Est. 1910
International Printers Supply Salesmen's Guild / Est. 1913
Europese Vereniging van Autoverkopers
International Union of Retail Trade in Foodstuffs
Asia Pacific Travel Retail Association / Est. 2005
Latin American Shipping Commission / Est. 1986
International Federation of Shop-Windows Decorators / Est. 1948
Convention Concerning Minimum Standards in Merchant Ships / Est. 1976
Scandinavian Textile Retailers Union / Est. 1950
European Wholesale Meat Trade Association / Est. 1958
Nordic Committee of Master Shoemakers and Dealers
International Council of Hides, Skins and Leather Traders Associations / Est. 1929

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World Problems relating to Merchants

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Inadequate working conditions
Trafficking in women
Lack of human organs for transplantation
Proliferation of telemarketing
Acariasis
Trafficking in children
Inequitable bargaining
Proliferation of commercialism
Proliferation of weapons in civilian hands
Commercialization of religion
Threatened species of Anobiidae
Excessive availability of contraceptives
Global corporate mercantilism
International trade in endangered species
International trade in endangered reptiles
International trade in endangered birds
Inappropriate agricultural subsidies for chemicalized farming
Unauthorized sale of personal information
International trade in endangered butterflies
International trade in endangered fungi
International trade in endangered animals
International trade in endangered invertebrates
International trade in endangered spiders
International trade in endangered beetles
International trade in endangered fishes

Action Strategies relating to Merchants

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Restoring consumer confidence
Banning tobacco sales to children
Commercializing agricultural products
Marketing locally produced goods
Maintaining futuric developments in exchange markets
Privatizing the public sector
Making saleable cloth
Monetizing food aid
Monitoring chemical industry
Manufacturing local craft products
Monitoring farming production
Managing wholesale markets for agricultural produce
Monitoring timber production
Increasing accountability for sale of surface-to-air missiles
Processing agricultural products
Restricting sale of prescription drugs via the internet
Helping merchant seafarers
Granting indulgences
Discovering global wholesale outlets
Establishing global wholesale contacts
Establishing retail sales outlets
Exploring regional sales potential
Developing national merchant fleets
Expanding lucrative stock sales
Developing new saleable goods

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