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Executive Report on Strategies in Switzerland

  • ID: 603049
  • June 2007
  • Region: Switzerland
  • 393 pages
  • ICON Group International

How to Strategically Evaluate Switzerland

Perhaps the most efficient way of evaluating Switzerland is to consider key dimensions which themselves are composites of multiple factors. Composite portfolio approaches have long been used by strategic planners. The biggest challenge in this approach is to choose the appropriate factors that are the most relevant to international planning. The two measures of greatest relevance are “latent demand” and “market accessibility”. The figure below summarizes the key dimensions and recommendations of such an approach. Using these two composites, one can prioritize all countries of the world. Countries of high latent demand and high relative accessibility (e.g. easier entry for one firm compared to other firms) are given highest priority. The figure below shows two different scenarios. Accessibility is defined as a firm’s ease of entering or supplying from or to a market (the “supply side”), and latent demand is an indicator of the potential in serving from or to the market (the “demand side”).
Framework for Prioritizing Countries

Demand/Market Potential Driven Firm

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1 INTRODUCTION & METHODOLOGY 12
1.1 What Does This Report Cover? 12
1.2 How to Strategically Evaluate Switzerland 12
1.3 Latent Demand and Accessibility in Switzerland 14
2 MACRO-ACCESSIBILITY IN SWITZERLAND 15
2.1 Economic Fundamentals and Dynamics 15
2.1.1 Government Intervention Risks 15
2.1.2 Infrastructure 15
2.2 Political Risks 17
2.2.1 Nature of Political Relationship with the United States 17
2.2.2 Politics and the Business Environment 17
2.2.3 The Political System 18
2.3 Marketing Strategies 18
2.3.1 Import and Wholesale Trade 19
2.3.2 Retail Trade 19
2.3.3 Product Pricing 19
2.3.4 Agents and Distributors 20
2.3.5 Franchising 20
2.3.6 Direct Marketing 21
2.3.7 Joint Ventures and Licensing Options 22
2.3.8 Creating a Sales Office 23
2.3.9 Selling Strategies 24
2.3.10 Advertising Options 24
2.3.11 Pricing Products 30
2.3.12 Supplying Customer Service 30
2.3.13 Selling to the Government 30
2.3.14 Protecting Your Product from IPR Infringement 31
2.3.15 Hiring Local Counsel 31
2.3.16 Performing Due Diligence and Checking Bona Fides 31
2.4 Import and Export Regulation Risks 33
2.4.1 Trade Barrier Risks 33
2.4.2 Customs Regulations 34
2.4.3 Tariff Rates 34
2.4.4 Import Tariffs and License Requirements 34
2.4.5 Temporary Goods Entry Requirements 36
2.4.6 Special Import/Export Requirements and Certifications 37
2.4.7 Labeling Issues 37
2.4.8 Testing and Certification 37
2.4.9 Restrictions on Imports 38
2.4.10 Warranty and Non-Warranty Repairs 38
2.4.11 Controls on Exports 38
2.4.12 Local Standards 39
2.4.13 Free Trade Zones and Warehouses 40
2.4.14 Membership in Free Trade Associations 40
2.5 Investment Climate 41
2.5.1 Openness to Foreign Investment 41
2.5.2 Conversion and Transfer Policies 42
2.5.3 Expropriation and Compensation 42
2.5.4 Dispute Settlement 42
2.5.5 Performance Requirements and Incentives 43
2.5.6 Right to Private Ownership and Establishment 45
2.5.7 Intellectual Property Risks 46
2.5.8 Transparency of the Regulatory System 47
2.5.9 Capital Market Risks 48
2.5.10 Political Violence 48
2.5.11 Corruption 48
2.5.12 OPIC and Other Investment Insurance 49
2.5.13 Labor 49
2.5.14 Free Trade Zone Options 50
2.6 Trade and Project Financing 50
2.6.1 The Banking System 50
2.6.2 The Banking Market 51
2.6.3 Foreign Exchange Control Risks 53
2.6.4 General Financing Availability 53
2.6.5 List of Banks with Correspondent U.S. Banking Arrangements 54
2.7 Travel Risks 56
2.7.1 Local Business Practices 56
2.7.2 Travel Issues 56
2.7.3 Infrastructure for Conducting Business 56
2.7.4 Temporary Entry of Goods 57
2.7.5 Country Data 57
2.8 Key Contacts 58
2.8.1 U.S. Contacts 58
2.8.2 Swiss Trade or Industry Associations 59
2.8.3 Swiss Government Agencies 63
2.8.4 Swiss Market Research Firms 66
2.8.5 Swiss Commercial Banks 67
2.8.6 U.S.-Based Multipliers 67
2.8.7 Swiss Government Contacts in the U.S. 68
2.8.8 Other Multipliers Relevant for Switzerland 70
3 ECONOMIC AND PRODUCT MARKETS IN SWITZERLAND 71
3.1 Introduction & Methodology 71
3.1.1 Overview & Methodology 71
3.1.2 Market Potential Estimation Methodology 71
3.2 Summary Rankings 77
3.3 Latent Demand Forecasts 82
3.3.1 Advertising Services 82
3.3.2 Aerospace and Defense Equipment 82
3.3.3 Alcoholic Beverages 83
3.3.4 Ales and Stouts 83
3.3.5 Alimentary and Metabolism Pharmaceuticals 84
3.3.6 Amusement and Recreation Services 84
3.3.7 Apparel and Accessories 85
3.3.8 Appetizers and Dips 85
3.3.9 Applications Software 86
3.3.10 Architectural Services 86
3.3.11 Baked Goods 87
3.3.12 Bakery Products 87
3.3.13 Base Chemicals 88
3.3.14 Beauty and Barber Shops 88
3.3.15 Beer 89
3.3.16 Biotechnology 89
3.3.17 Bituminous Coal 90
3.3.18 Book Publishing 90
3.3.19 Bottles of Lager Beer 91
3.3.20 Bread 91
3.3.21 Building Materials and Garden Supplies 92
3.3.22 Cable TV 92
3.3.23 Cafes and Restaurants 93
3.3.24 Candy 93
3.3.25 Car Aftermarket Products 94
3.3.26 Casinos and Gambling 94
3.3.27 Chemicals 95
3.3.28 Chilled and Deli Food 95
3.3.29 Cigarette Manufacturing 96
3.3.30 Civil Aerospace Equipment 96
3.3.31 Colas 97
3.3.32 Commercial Banking 97
3.3.33 Communications Services 98
3.3.34 Computer Hardware 98
3.3.35 Concrete Building Products 99
3.3.36 Construction and Engineering Services 99
3.3.37 Consumer Chemicals 100
3.3.38 Convenience Stores 100
3.3.39 Cosmetics and Toiletries 101
3.3.40 Cotton Yarn 101
3.3.41 Cross/utility Vehicles (CUVs) 102
3.3.42 Crude Petroleum and Natural Gas Extraction 102
3.3.43 Data Processing and Network Services 103
3.3.44 Defense Industry Equipment 103
3.3.45 Deli Food 104
3.3.46 Department Stores 104
3.3.47 Depository Credit Intermediation 105
3.3.48 Desktop Personal Computers 105
3.3.49 Dial-Up Internet Access 106
3.3.50 Dining Out 106
3.3.51 Direct Selling Establishments 107
3.3.52 Discount Superstores 107
3.3.53 Disposable Health Care Equipment and Supplies 108
3.3.54 Distillate Fuel Oil 108
3.3.55 Draught Lager Beer 109
3.3.56 Drug Delivery Systems 109
3.3.57 Durable Goods 110
3.3.58 Eating and Drinking Places 110
3.3.59 Education and Training Services 111
3.3.60 Elementary and Secondary Schools 111
3.3.61 Engineering Services 112
3.3.62 Extended Stay and Business Suite Motels 112
3.3.63 Family Clothing Stores 113
3.3.64 Fast Food 113
3.3.65 Financial Services 114
3.3.66 Fixed-Line Telecommunications Services 114
3.3.67 Forestry and Fishing 115
3.3.68 Fossil Fuel-Powered Electric Power Generation 115
3.3.69 Franchising 116
3.3.70 Fresh Beef and Veal 116
3.3.71 Gambling 117
3.3.72 Gardening Supplies, Outdoor Furniture, and Plants 117
3.3.73 General Merchandise stores 118
3.3.74 Generic Prescription Drugs 118
3.3.75 Gifts 119
3.3.76 Government Public Health Activities 119
3.3.77 Grocery Discounters 120
3.3.78 Guided Missiles and Space Vehicles 120
3.3.79 Health Care Equipment and Supplies 121
3.3.80 Home Improvement Retailers 121
3.3.81 Hunting, Trapping, and Game Propagation 122
3.3.82 Janitorial Services 122
3.3.83 Jewelry Stores 123
3.3.84 Kitchen Appliances 123
3.3.85 Knitwear 124
3.3.86 Lager Beer 124
3.3.87 Laptop Computers 125
3.3.88 Large Household Appliances 125
3.3.89 Lawn and Garden Equipment and Supplies Stores 126
3.3.90 Legal Services 126
3.3.91 Leisure Education 127
3.3.92 Life Insurance Sold by Life Insurance Companies 127
3.3.93 Liquefied Petroleum Gas 128
3.3.94 Local and Interurban Passenger Transit 128
3.3.95 Logging 129
3.3.96 Lumber and Wood Products 129
3.3.97 Malt Beverages 130
3.3.98 Management Consulting Services 130
3.3.99 Marine Freight Services 131
3.3.100 Materials Handling Machinery 131
3.3.101 Measuring and Controlling Instruments 132
3.3.102 Meat and Poultry 132
3.3.103 Media Advertising 133
3.3.104 Medical Biotechnology 133
3.3.105 Medium and Heavy Trucks 134
3.3.106 Menswear 134
3.3.107 Millwork 135
3.3.108 Motor Vehicles and Motor Vehicle Equipment 135
3.3.109 Music and Video Game Stores 136
3.3.110 National Newspapers 136
3.3.111 New Car Dealers 137
3.3.112 Non-Citrus Fruit 137
3.3.113 Non-Depository Credit Intermediation 138
3.3.114 Non-Durable Goods 138
3.3.115 Non-Farm Housing Services 139
3.3.116 Non-Food Retail Sales 139
3.3.117 Non-Interest Commercial Banking 140
3.3.118 Non-Metallic Mineral Mining and Quarrying 140
3.3.119 Non-Residential Construction and Engineering 141
3.3.120 Non-Store Retailers and Mail Order 141
3.3.121 Nursery, Garden Center, and Farm Supply Stores 142
3.3.122 Nursing Homes 142
3.3.123 Office Supplies and Stationery Stores 143
3.3.124 Oil, Gas, and Mining Exploration Services 143
3.3.125 Operations Management Services 144
3.3.126 Optical Goods and Eye Care Products 144
3.3.127 OTC Healthcare Products 145
3.3.128 Outerwear Clothing and Accessories 145
3.3.129 Over-The-Counter Drugs 146
3.3.130 Passenger Transportation 146
3.3.131 Passive Components 147
3.3.132 Periodicals 147
3.3.133 Pharmacies and Drug Stores 148
3.3.134 Physicians Services 148
3.3.135 Poultry Products 149
3.3.136 Primary Metal Industries 149
3.3.137 Private Residential Construction 150
3.3.138 Professional Computer Services 150
3.3.139 Property and Casualty Insurance 151
3.3.140 Public Residential Construction 151
3.3.141 Publishing Advertising 152
3.3.142 Radio and Television Broadcasting 152
3.3.143 Railroad Freight Services 153
3.3.144 Real Jewelry 153
3.3.145 Recorded Music 154
3.3.146 Red Meat 154
3.3.147 Regional Newspapers 155
3.3.148 Residential Construction 155
3.3.149 Residual Fuel Oil 156
3.3.150 Retail Logistics 156
3.3.151 Retirement Savings Plans 157
3.3.152 Sawmills 157
3.3.153 School Food Service 158
3.3.154 Security and Commodity Brokers and Dealers 158
3.3.155 Services 159
3.3.156 Slaughtering Animals Excluding Poultry 159
3.3.157 Sporting Goods Retailers 160
3.3.158 Stationary Bicycles 160
3.3.159 Steel Mill Products 161
3.3.160 Television Broadcasting 161
3.3.161 Temporary Employment Services 162
3.3.162 Textile Fabrics 162
3.3.163 Tobacco Products 163
3.3.164 Toy Stores 163
3.3.165 Traditional Toys 164
3.3.166 Transportation Equipment 164
3.3.167 Unleaded Gasoline 165
3.3.168 Used Car Dealers 165
3.3.169 Utilities 166
3.3.170 Water Utilities 166
3.3.171 Whiskey 167
3.3.172 Wireless Communication Services 167
3.3.173 Definition of Terms 168
4 TRADE INDICATORS: IMPORTS INTO SWITZERLAND 186
4.1 Introduction & Methodology 186
4.2 Summary of Imports into Switzerland 187
4.3 Import Details 192
4.3.1 Acrylic Polymers in Primary Forms 192
4.3.2 Acyclic Monohydric Alcohols 193
4.3.3 Albuminoidal Substances, Modified Starches, and Glues 194
4.3.4 Aldehyde-, Ketone-, and Quinone-Function Compounds 195
4.3.5 Amine-Function Compounds 196
4.3.6 Amino-Resins, Phenolic Resins and Polyurethanes in Primary Forms 197
4.3.7 Animal and Vegetable Oils, Fats, and Waxes 198
4.3.8 Antibiotics Excluding Medicaments 199
4.3.9 Armored Fighting Vehicles and Arms of War 200
4.3.10 Automatic Regulating or Controlling Instruments and Apparatus 201
4.3.11 Ball Bearings 202
4.3.12 Batteries, Electric Accumulators, and Their Parts 203
4.3.13 Battery-Powered Wristwatches with Cases Made of Neither Precious Metal Nor Clad with Precious Metal 204
4.3.14 Bed, Table, Toilet, and Kitchen Linens 205
4.3.15 Beverages and Tobacco 206
4.3.16 Bicycles and Other Motorless Cycles 207
4.3.17 Builders Plastic Wares 208
4.3.18 Builders Wood Carpentry and Joinery 209
4.3.19 Carboxyamide-Function Compounds and Amide-Function Compounds of Carbonic Acid Excluding Urea 210
4.3.20 Cold-Rolled Stainless Steel Flat-Rolled Products 211
4.3.21 Color Television Receivers, Video Monitors, and Projectors 212
4.3.22 Copper Plates, Sheets, and Strip over .15 mm Thick 213
4.3.23 Copper Wire 214
4.3.24 Crude Oils from Petroleum and Bituminous Minerals 214
4.3.25 Cut Flowers and Foliage 215
4.3.26 Diamonds Excluding Industrial Diamonds 216
4.3.27 Digital Processing Units Which May Contain Storage Units, Input Units, or Output Units 217
4.3.28 Electric Motors with Output Exceeding 37.5 w and AC Generators 218
4.3.29 Electro-Diagnostic Equipment 219
4.3.30 Electromechanical Hand Tools with Self-Contained Electric Motors and Parts Thereof 220
4.3.31 Electronic Integrated Circuits and Microassemblies 221
4.3.32 Filtering and Purifying Machinery for Liquids or Gases 222
4.3.33 Food and Live Animals 223
4.3.34 Gears and Gearing, Ball Screws, Gear Boxes, Speed Changers, and Torque Converters 224
4.3.35 Glassware for Table, Kitchen, Toilet, Office, and Indoor Decoration 225
4.3.36 Glycosides, Glands or Other Organs and Extracts, Antisera, Vaccines, and Similar Products 226
4.3.37 Hand Tools, Pneumatic Tools, Tools with Self-Contained Non-Electric Motors, and Their Parts 227
4.3.38 Household Refrigerators and Food Freezers 228
4.3.39 Industrial Refrigerators, Freezers, and Other Refrigeration and Freezing Equipment and Parts 229
4.3.40 Inedible Crude Materials Excluding Fuels 230
4.3.41 Iron and Steel Angles, Shapes, Sections (Excluding Rails), and Sheet Piling 231
4.3.42 Iron and Steel Tube and Pipe Fittings 232
4.3.43 Iron or Steel Screws, Bolts, Nuts, Screw Hooks, Rivets, Washers, and Similar Articles 233
4.3.44 Iron or Steel Structures and Parts of Structures 234
4.3.45 Knitted or Crocheted Jerseys, Pullovers, Cardigans, Waistcoats, and Similar Articles 235
4.3.46 Knitted or Crocheted Panty Hose, Tights, Stocking, Socks, and Hosiery 236
4.3.47 Lactams and Heterocyclic Compounds with Oxygen Hetero-Atom(s) Only 237
4.3.48 Lathes for Removing Metal 238
4.3.49 Machinery and Transport Equipment 239
4.3.50 Manufactured Goods 240
4.3.51 Medicaments Containing Antibiotics or Their Derivatives 241
4.3.52 Mens and Boys Trousers, Bib and Brace Overalls, Breeches, and Shorts of Woven Textile Materials 242
4.3.53 Mineral Fuels, Lubricants, and Related Materials 243
4.3.54 Motor Vehicles for Transport of Goods and Materials 244
4.3.55 Motorcycles, Mopeds, and Cycles with Auxiliary Motors and Their Sidecars 245
4.3.56 Natural Gas in the Gaseous State 246
4.3.57 New Pneumatic Rubber Tires for Cars, Station Wagons, and Racing Cars 247
4.3.58 Newspapers, Journals, and Periodicals 248
4.3.59 Non-Monetary Gold 249
4.3.60 Non-Refractory Ceramic Bricks, Tiles, and Pipes 250
4.3.61 Offset Printing Machinery 251
4.3.62 Original Sculptures and Statuary 252
4.3.63 Paper and Paperboard Boxes, Bags, and Cartons, Cases, and Packing Containers 253
4.3.64 Parts and Accessories for Office Machines and Automatic Data Processing Machines 254
4.3.65 Parts and Accessories for Telecommunication and Sound Recording or Reproducing Equipment 255
4.3.66 Parts and Accessories of Photocopying and Thermocopying Equipment 256
4.3.67 Phenols and Phenol-Alcohols, and Their Halogenated, Sulfonated, Nitrated or Nitrosated Derivatives 257
4.3.68 Plastic Floor, Wall, or Ceiling Coverings and Plastic Household and Toilet Articles 258
4.3.69 Plastic Stoppers, Lids, Caps, Closures, and Articles for the Conveyance or Packing of Goods 259
4.3.70 Plated or Zinc-Coated Iron and Non-Alloy Steel Flat-Rolled Products 260
4.3.71 Platinum and Other Platinum Group Metals 261
4.3.72 Polyacetals and Other Polyethers in Primary Forms 262
4.3.73 Polycarbonates, Alkyd Resins, and Other Polyesters in Primary Forms 263
4.3.74 Polyethylene in Primary Forms 264
4.3.75 Polymers of Propylene or Other Olefins in Primary Forms 265
4.3.76 Precious and Semiprecious Stones 266
4.3.77 Prefabricated Buildings 267
4.3.78 Printed Books, Pamphlets, Maps, and Globes Excluding Advertising Material 268
4.3.79 Printed Circuits 269
4.3.80 Public Transportation Motor Vehicles with a Capacity of At Least 10 Persons 270
4.3.81 Rolls and Sheets of Paper and Paperboard 271
4.3.82 Self-Propelled Mechanical Shovels, Excavators, and Shovel-Loaders 272
4.3.83 Sound and Video Recording or Reproducing Apparatus 273
4.3.84 Spectacles and Spectacle Frames 274
4.3.85 Sporting Goods 275
4.3.86 Stripped and Stemmed Tobacco 276
4.3.87 Synthetic Organic Coloring Matter and Its Preparations 277
4.3.88 Thermocopying Equipment or Photocopying Equipment with Optical and Contact-Type Systems 278
4.3.89 Trailers and Semi-Trailers for the Transport of Goods 279
4.3.90 Unroasted Coffee Including Decaffeinated 280
4.3.91 Unwrought Aluminum and Aluminum Alloys 281
4.3.92 Wine Made from Fresh Grapes or Grape Must 282
4.3.93 Womens and Girls Jackets and Blazers 283
4.3.94 Womens and Girls Trousers, Bib and Brace Overalls, Breeches, and Shorts of Woven Textile Fabrics 284
4.3.95 Worked Aluminum and Aluminum Alloys 285
4.3.96 Woven Fabrics Made of Synthetic Filament Yarn 286
5 TRADE INDICATORS: EXPORTS FROM SWITZERLAND 287
5.1 Introduction & Methodology 287
5.2 Summary of Exports from Switzerland 288
5.3 Export Details 294
5.3.1 Abrasive Powder and Grain 294
5.3.2 Albuminoidal Substances, Modified Starches, and Glues 295
5.3.3 Aldehyde-, Ketone-, and Quinone-Function Compounds 296
5.3.4 Aluminum Structures and Parts of Structures 297
5.3.5 Amine-Function Compounds 298
5.3.6 Amino-Resins, Phenolic Resins and Polyurethanes in Primary Forms 299
5.3.7 Antibiotics Excluding Medicaments 300
5.3.8 Automatic Regulating or Controlling Instruments and Apparatus 301
5.3.9 Batteries, Electric Accumulators, and Their Parts 302
5.3.10 Battery-Powered Wristwatches with Cases Made of Neither Precious Metal Nor Clad with Precious Metal 303
5.3.11 Beverages and Tobacco 304
5.3.12 Bookbinding Machinery, Book-Sewing Machines, and Their Parts 305
5.3.13 Builders Plastic Wares 306
5.3.14 Carboxyamide-Function Compounds and Amide-Function Compounds of Carbonic Acid Excluding Urea 307
5.3.15 Childrens Toys and Indoor Games 308
5.3.16 Cigarettes 309
5.3.17 Complete and Assembled Watch Movements 310
5.3.18 Continuous-Action Elevators and Conveyors for Goods or Materials 311
5.3.19 Copper Bars, Rods, and Profiles 312
5.3.20 Data Processing Input or Output Units 313
5.3.21 Densified Wood and Reconstituted Wood 314
5.3.22 Diamonds Excluding Industrial Diamonds 315
5.3.23 Digital Processing Units Which May Contain Storage Units, Input Units, or Output Units 316
5.3.24 Disinfectants and Rodenticides for Retail Sale 317
5.3.25 Electric Current 318
5.3.26 Electric Generating Sets 319
5.3.27 Electric Motors with Output Exceeding 37.5 w and DC Generators 320
5.3.28 Electric Motors with Output Not Exceeding 37.5 w 321
5.3.29 Electrical Insulating Equipment 322
5.3.30 Electro-Diagnostic Equipment 323
5.3.31 Electromechanical Hand Tools with Self-Contained Electric Motors and Parts Thereof 324
5.3.32 Electronic Integrated Circuits and Microassemblies 325
5.3.33 Epoxide Resins in Primary Forms 326
5.3.34 Extracts of Coffee and Coffee Substitutes 327
5.3.35 Ferrous Metal Waste and Scrap Excluding Waste and Scrap of Cast Iron and Alloy Steel 328
5.3.36 Fiberboard of Wood or Other Ligneous Materials 329
5.3.37 Filtering and Purifying Machinery for Liquids or Gases 330
5.3.38 Fixed Line Telephone and Telegraph Equipment 331
5.3.39 Food and Live Animals 332
5.3.40 Fungicides for Retail Sale 333
5.3.41 Gears and Gearing, Ball Screws, Gear Boxes, Speed Changers, and Torque Converters 334
5.3.42 Glycosides, Glands or Other Organs and Extracts, Antisera, Vaccines, and Similar Products 335
5.3.43 Hand Tools, Pneumatic Tools, Tools with Self-Contained Non-Electric Motors, and Their Parts 336
5.3.44 Herbicides, Weed Killers, Antisprouting Products, and Plant-Growth Regulators for Retail Sale 337
5.3.45 Industrial and Laboratory Furnaces and Ovens and Their Parts 338
5.3.46 Inedible Crude Materials Excluding Fuels 339
5.3.47 Insecticides for Retail Sale 340
5.3.48 Iron and Steel Tube and Pipe Fittings 341
5.3.49 Iron or Steel Screws, Bolts, Nuts, Screw Hooks, Rivets, Washers, and Similar Articles 342
5.3.50 Iron or Steel Structures and Parts of Structures 343
5.3.51 Lactams and Heterocyclic Compounds with Oxygen Hetero-Atom(s) Only 344
5.3.52 Lathes for Removing Metal 345
5.3.53 Machinery and Transport Equipment 346
5.3.54 Manufactured Goods 347
5.3.55 Medicaments Containing Antibiotics or Their Derivatives 348
5.3.56 Metal Surface Finishing Tools Excluding Gear Cutting Machines 349
5.3.57 Mineral Fuels, Lubricants, and Related Materials 350
5.3.58 Newsprint in Rolls or Sheets 351
5.3.59 Non-Monetary Gold 352
5.3.60 Organic or Inorganic Compounds of Precious Metals and Salts of Metallic Acids 353
5.3.61 Original Sculptures and Statuary 354
5.3.62 Oxygen-Function Amino-Compounds 355
5.3.63 Paper and Paperboard Boxes, Bags, and Cartons, Cases, and Packing Containers 356
5.3.64 Parts and Accessories for Office Machines and Automatic Data Processing Machines 357
5.3.65 Parts and Accessories for Telecommunication and Sound Recording or Reproducing Equipment 358
5.3.66 Parts for Steam Turbines and Other Vapor Turbines 359
5.3.67 Parts of Centrifuges, Centrifugal Dryers, and Filtering and Purifying Machinery 360
5.3.68 Parts of Pumps for Liquids and Liquid Elevators 361
5.3.69 Pens, Pencils, and Fountain Pens 362
5.3.70 Perfumes and Toilet Waters 363
5.3.71 Pharmaceutical Goods Excluding Medicaments 364
5.3.72 Phenols and Phenol-Alcohols, and Their Halogenated, Sulfonated, Nitrated or Nitrosated Derivatives 365
5.3.73 Plastic Fittings for Tubes, Pipes, and Hoses Including Joints, Elbows, and Flanges 366
5.3.74 Plastic Floor, Wall, or Ceiling Coverings and Plastic Household and Toilet Articles 367
5.3.75 Plastic Stoppers, Lids, Caps, Closures, and Articles for the Conveyance or Packing of Goods 368
5.3.76 Platinum and Other Platinum Group Metals 369
5.3.77 Polyamides in Primary Forms 370
5.3.78 Polycarbonates, Alkyd Resins, and Other Polyesters in Primary Forms 371
5.3.79 Precious and Semiprecious Stones 372
5.3.80 Printed Books, Pamphlets, Maps, and Globes Excluding Advertising Material 373
5.3.81 Printed Circuits 374
5.3.82 Printing Ink 375
5.3.83 Provitamins and Vitamins Excluding Medicaments 376
5.3.84 Roasted Coffee 377
5.3.85 Rolls and Sheets of Paper and Paperboard 378
5.3.86 Saw Blades Including Slitting, Slotting, or Toothless Varieties 379
5.3.87 Silver 380
5.3.88 Special Transactions and Commodities Not Classified by Kind 381
5.3.89 Sulfonamides 382
5.3.90 Synthetic Organic Coloring Matter and Its Preparations 383
5.3.91 Textile Wadding, Wicks, and Fabrics for Use in Machinery and Plants 384
5.3.92 Unagglomerated Coal Excluding Anthracite 385
5.3.93 Uncarded, Uncombed Cotton Excluding Linters 385
5.3.94 Unmilled Corn Excluding Sweet Corn and Seed 386
5.3.95 Untreated, Rough or Roughly Squared Coniferous Wood 386
5.3.96 Unwrought Aluminum and Aluminum Alloys 387
5.3.97 Valves for Oleohydraulic or Pneumatic Transmissions 388
5.3.98 Vegetable Alkaloids and Their Salts, Ethers, Esters and Other Derivatives Excluding Medicaments 389
5.3.99 Worked Aluminum and Aluminum Alloys 390
6 DISCLAIMERS, WARRANTEES, AND USER AGREEMENT PROVISIONS 391
6.1 Disclaimers & Safe Harbor 391
6.2 ICON Group International, Inc. User Agreement Provisions 392

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