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Under development - Textile manufacturing services, fabrics made of vegetable fibres other than cotton for other uses than apparel

Initiated

2019-12-19

Start open consultation

2020-02-11

Deadline open consultation

2020-04-07

PCR review and approval

2020-08-01

Publication

2020-09-01

PCR information

The open consultation for this PCR ended 2020-04-07. The PCR Moderator and PCR Committee will now update the draft based on comments received and respond to comments. The updated draft, and the way the PCR Moderator has handled the comments will be reviewed before publication.

Dates are preliminary and subject to change.

 

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Detailed information

Name: Under development - Textile manufacturing services, fabrics made of vegetable fibres other than cotton for other uses than apparel
CPC Codes:8821 Textile manufacturing services
2659 Woven fabrics of other vegetable textile fibres; woven fabrics of paper yarn
281 Knitted or crocheted fabrics
27922 Nonwovens
GPI version: General Programme Instructions 3 (2017-)
Based on: PCR Basic Module: Yarn and thread; woven and tufted textile fabrics
PCR Basic Module: Textile articles other than apparel
PCR Basic Module: Knitted or crocheted fabrics; wearing apparel
PCR Basic Module: Manufacturing services on physical inputs owned by others
Related PCR: Woven, knitted or crocheted fabrics (of synthetic fibres)
Woven fabrics of silk and silk-like fibers
Woven, knitted and crocheted fabrics of naturals fibres (except silk), for apparel sector
Geographical scope: Global
PCR committee: CTME, Fundación Centro Tecnológico de Miranda de Ebro; GA Ingeniería, S.A
Appointed PCR moderator: Lorena Pereda  CTME

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