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Leather and leather products; footwear

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PCR information

This is a PCR Basic Module for CPC Division 29 Leather and leather products; footwear. PCR Basic Modules are used as guidance documents/templates when developing PCRs, but do not constitute PCR documents in themselves.

This PCR Basic Module can be used for developing PCRs for the following Groups and underlying Classes and Subclasses within the Central Product Classification (CPC v3):

291 Tanned or dressed leather; composition leather
292 Luggage, handbags and the like; saddlery and harness; other articles of leather
293 Footwear, with outer soles and uppers of rubber or plastics, or with uppers of leather or textile materials, other than sports footwear, footwear incorporating a protective metal toe- cap and miscellaneous special footwear
294 Sports footwear, except skating boots
295 Other footwear, except asbestos footwear, orthopaedic footwear and skating boots
296 Parts of footwear; removable insoles, heel cushions and similar articles; gaiters, leggings and similar articles, and parts thereof

 

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PCR updated 2019-07-30

Version 3.02 published.

PCR's based on this module

CPC PCR Name PCR Status
2912 Being updated - Finished bovine leather Published
2933 Leather footwear Published

The complete CPC structure is available here.

Detailed information

Name: Leather and leather products; footwear
CPC Codes:29 Leather and leather products; footwear
Version: 3.02
GPI version: General Programme Instructions 3 (2017-)
Related PCR: Tanning chemicals
Geographical scope: Global
PCR committee: EPD International Secretariat
Appointed PCR moderator: EPD International Secretariat 

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