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UN Sustainable Development Goals

Organizations relating to Merchandise

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
International Convention Concerning the Carriage of Goods by Rail / Est. 1890
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
Prestige of Europe / Est. 1991
Convention for the Conservation of Anadromous Stocks in the North Pacific Ocean / Est. 1992
World Union of Wholesale Markets / Est. 1958
International Employee Stock Option Coalition
EURFORUM / Est. 2006
Nordic Union of Optical Wholesalers
European Association of Machine Tool Merchants / Est. 1973
Syndicat international des fabricants importateurs et grossistes
ASEAN Framework Agreement on the Facilitation of Goods in Transit / Est. 1998
International Federation of Merchant-Tailors / Est. 1910
Convention on the Contract for the International Carriage of Goods by Road / Est. 1956
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

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World Problems relating to Merchandise

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Manufacture of substandard products
Damage to goods
Unavailability of building materials
Overdependence on household appliances
Agricultural overproduction
Unsustainable exploitation of fish resources
Excessive consumption of goods and services
Chattel slavery
Decline in genetic diversity of seed stocks
Excessive exposure to radiation from consumer goods and electronic devices
Trade barriers against developing countries
Decreasing consumer choice
Threatened species of Orthalicus reses
Accumulation of property
Incorrect labelling
Accumulation of capital
Irresponsible transfer of sensitive technologies
Ineffective means for goods supply and distribution
Plutonium overproduction
Limitations on capital development in rural areas
Protectionist anti-dumping procedures
Vulnerable nuclear weapons arsenals
Animal and plant eugenics

Action Strategies relating to Merchandise

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Harmonizing transport of dangerous goods
Managing data base on biodiversity
Making environmental products
Maintaining database on plants
Using environmental labelling
Designing economic goods and services
Indicating need for resource planning
Developing economic goods and services
Establishing clearing houses for environmentally sound technology
Improving access to shelter for poor
Marketing locally produced goods
Using recycled materials
Creating economic markets
Promoting flow in economic system
Maintaining futuric developments in exchange markets
Generating employment
Forging brand-name merchandise
Grasping sounds inventory
Conserving marine living resources in accordance with international law
Producing environmental resource inventories
Taxing disposable products
Introducing recycling deposit on durable goods
Decreasing consumer choice
Creating futures markets
Evaluating effects of world trade agreements on tariffs affecting manufactured goods

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