Decree No. 2002 - 1622 31 December 2002 On The Approval Of The Classifications Of Activities And Products

Original Language Title: Décret n° 2002-1622 du 31 décembre 2002 portant approbation des nomenclatures d'activités et de produits

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An implementing Decree No. 2002 - 1613 of the 31 December 2002 relating to the entry into force of decrees and orders Decree No. 2003-1194 of 15 December 2003 relating to the hours of work in retail of fruit and vegetables, groceries and dairy products summary Application of Regulation (EEC) 3037/90 of the Council of 9 October 1990 on the statistical nomenclature of economic activities in the Community (NACE European (, revision 1), amended lastly by Regulation (EC) No 29/2002 of the Commission of 19 December 2001 (NACE, revision 1.1); of the regulation 3696/93 of the Council of 29 October 1993 on the statistical classification of products associated with activities (CPA) in the European Economic Community (EEC), amended lastly by Regulation (EC) No 204/2002 of 19 December 2001 Commission. The French classifications of activities and products (NAF - French nomenclature of activities - and the CPA - classification of products - french) are variations of the European classifications (NACE - classification of activities - European and the CPA - classification of products associated with the activities-), which are the subject of regulations. The decree which established these BOMs, entered into force on 1 January 1993, is Decree No 92-1129 dated 2 October 1992. This Decree was signed by all the Ministers since these BOMs are needed across the French administration, under the terms of art. 3. European schedules come to be the subject of a set of changes that have resulted in the publication of two regulations. Furthermore, following consultations which took place throughout 2001 between the public statistical system and professional organizations, the national commission on the classifications of activities and products (CNAP) has decided to introduce several purely national changes, corresponding to bursts of items in BOMs European. This order therefore substitute for that of 1992 supra. As of January 1, 2003, point 1 of the al. 1 of art. 5 of Decree 73-314 of 14 March 1973 is replaced. The text is completely repealed.
Tags ECONOMICS, STATISTICS, INSEE, COMPANY DIRECTORY, BUSINESS ECONOMICS, BUSINESS, PUBLIC SECTOR, NOMEMCLATURE, NOMENCLATURE FRANÇAISE, BOM, BOM REFERENCE, UPDATE, APPLICATION OF ECE REGULATION, HARMONIZATION EUROPEAN JORF n ° 1 of January 1, 2003 page 34 text no. 30 DECREE Decree No. 2002-1622 31 December 2002 on the approval of the classifications of activities and products NOR: ECOS0260001D ELI: http://www.legifrance.gouv.fr/eli/decret/2002/12/31/ECOS0260001D/jo/texte Alias : http://www.legifrance.gouv.fr/eli/decret/2002/12/31/2002-1622/jo/texte the Prime Minister, on the report of the Minister of economy, finance and industry, see Regulation (EEC) No 3037/90 of the Council on 9 October 1990 on the nomenclature of statistical activities in the European Community (NACE, revision 1), last amended place by the Regulation (EC) No 29/2002 of the Commission of 19 December 2001 (NACE revision 1.1);
See Regulation (EEC) No 3696/93 of the Council of 29 October 1993 on the statistical classification of products associated with activities (CPA) in the European economic community, amended lastly by Regulation (EC) No 204/2002 of 19 December 2001 Commission;
Considering Decree No. 70 - 536 of 12 June 1970 establishing a National Commission of the classifications of activities and products;
Considering Decree No. 73-314 of 14 March 1973 establishing a national system of identification and a directory of companies and institutions, amended by Decree No. 83-121 February 17, 1983;
See Decree No. 98 - 247, April 2, 1998 relative to craft qualification and the directory of trades;
See the opinion of the National Commission of the classifications of activities and products as of April 3, 2002, decrees: Article 1 more on this article...

I. - Are approved the classifications of activities and products developed by the National Commission of the classifications of activities and products, as they appear in the document annexed to the original of the present Decree.
II. - 1. The nomenclature of French activities (NAF, revision 1) is an adaptation of the European nomenclature (NACE, revision 1.1).
2. this Decree covers also the additional codes specifying specific forms of activity associated with the nomenclature of activities (code mode, code merchant character, seasonality, location, not sedentary activity base code code code), such as they appear in the document annexed to the original of the present Decree.
These additional codes can be changed by order of the Minister responsible for the economy.
3. in addition, the French nomenclature of activities in the sector of trades and crafts (NAFA), published by the order of August 8, 2001, is also a complementary code of the nomenclature of activities. This code can be changed by order of the Minister responsible for the economy and the Minister responsible for the craft.
III. - The list of French products (CPF, revision 1) is an adaptation of the European classification (CPA 2002).


Article 2 more on this article...

I. - These bills will come into force on 1 January 2003 in the metropolis, departments overseas and in St. Pierre and Miquelon. They will also apply on the same date, to Mayotte in French Polynesia, Islands Wallis-and-Futuna, New Caledonia and in the Austral land and French Antarctic.
II. - The Decree No. 92-1129 of October 2, 1992 on the approval of the classifications of activities and products is repealed.


Article 3 more on this article...

I. - These lists constitute a statistical framework of general interest, which should be to promote the use.
II. - These classifications may be aggregated or detailed adjustments, on a partial domain or for specific applications:-the more aggregated classifications are defined by exact groupings of basic headings;
-more detailed classifications are defined by the blow-ups exactly overlapped in the basic topics.
III. - These lists (and their adjustments) will be used in official texts, decisions, documents, works and studies as well as in the information systems of Governments and public institutions and in the work done by private at the request of government agencies.


Article 4 more on this article...

I. - The award by the national Institute of statistics and economic studies (INSEE), for statistical purposes, in accordance with article 5 of the Decree of 14 March 1973 referred to above, to a code characterizing the main activity (APE) in reference to the nomenclature of activities is not enough to create any rights or obligations in favor or support of the units concerned.
II. - The rules of application, and in particular the ranking of economic units in specific positions of these schedules, by a Government or a public service for a specific use (non-statistical) of these bills are the sole responsibility of the user service.
III. - If a regulatory text, or a contract, made reference to these BOMs, the signatories have full responsibility for the field they intend to cover. It is their responsibility to explain this field also completely it is necessary.


Article 5 more on this article...

As of January 1, 2003, the point 1 of paragraph 1 of article 5 of the Decree of 14 March 1973 referred to above is replaced by: ' 1. numbers of the nomenclature of French activities defined by Decree No. 2002 - 31 December 2002 1622 characterizing activities.»
1a. Additional codes indicating particular forms of activities. ' Article 6 learn more on this article...

I. - The text of these bills will be published in the Official Journal of the French Republic.
II. - The national Institute of statistics and economic studies (INSEE) is responsible for maintaining schedules approved by this Decree and make them easily accessible on computer or telematic support.


Article 7 more on this article...


The Minister of the Interior, homeland security and local freedoms, the Minister of Social Affairs, labour and solidarity, the keeper of the seals, Minister of justice, the Minister of Foreign Affairs, the Minister of defence, the Minister of youth, national education and research, the Minister of economy, finance and industry , the Minister of equipment, transport, housing, tourism and the sea, the Minister of ecology and sustainable development, the Minister of health, family and disabled persons, the Minister of agriculture, food, of fishing and Rural Affairs, the Minister of culture and communication, the Minister of the public service and the State of the land reform, the Minister of the overseas, the sports Minister, the Minister delegate for the budget and budget reform, the Minister responsible for the industry, the Minister delegated to local freedoms, the delegate Minister to the business European, the Minister delegate for cooperation and francophonie, Minister for school education , the delegate Minister to research and new technologies, the Minister delegate for foreign trade, the Minister delegated to the city and urban renewal, the Minister for the family, the Minister responsible for parity and professional equality, the Secretary of State for relations with Parliament, Government spokesman, the Secretary of State for sustainable development, the Secretary of State for the fight against poverty and exclusion , the Secretary of State for people with disabilities, the Secretary of State for small and medium-sized enterprises, to the trade, crafts, the professions and consumption, the Secretary of State for transport and the sea, the Secretary of State for the reform of the State, the Secretary of State for tourism, the Secretary of State for veterans, the Secretary of State for the elderly, the Secretary of State for the estate of justice programs and the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs are responsible , each which is concerned, of the execution of this Decree, which will be published in the Official Journal of the French Republic.


Done at Paris, on 31 December 2002.
Jean-Pierre Raffarin by the Prime Minister: the Minister of economy, finance and industry, Francis Mer the Minister of the Interior, homeland security and local freedoms, Nicolas Sarkozy the Minister of Social Affairs, labour and solidarity, François Fillon the keeper of the seals, Minister of justice, Dominique Perben the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Dominique de Villepin, the Minister of defence Michèle Alliot-Marie, Minister of youth, national education and research Luc Ferry the Minister of equipment, transport, housing, tourism and the sea, Gilles de Robien, Minister of ecology and sustainable development, Roselyne Bachelot-defines the Minister of health, family and the disabled, Jean-François Mattei the Minister of agriculture food, fisheries and Rural Affairs, Hervé Gaymard the Minister of culture and communication, Jean-Jacques Aillagon Minister of public service, reform of the State and territory management, Jean-Paul the Minister Delevoye of the overseas, Brigitte Girardin Minister of sports, Jean-François Lamour the Minister delegate for the budget and budget reform , Alain Lambert the Minister responsible for industry, Nicole Fontaine, the Minister delegated to local freedoms Patrick Devedjian the Minister responsible to the business European, Noëlle Lenoir the Minister delegate for cooperation and Francophony, Pierre-André Wiltzer delegated to school education Minister, Xavier Darcos delegated Minister for research and new technologies, Claudie Haigneré, Minister responsible for foreign trade François Loos, Minister delegate to the city and urban renewal, Jean-Louis Borloo Minister delegated to the family, Christian Jacob the Minister responsible for parity and professional equality, Nicole Ameline the Secretary of State for relations with Parliament, Government spokesman, Jean-François Copé the Secretary of State for sustainable development, Tokia Saïfi the Secretary of State for the fight against poverty and exclusion , Dominique Versini the Secretary of State for people with disabilities, Marie-Thérèse Boisseau Secretary of State for small and medium-sized businesses, trade, handicrafts, the professions and consumption, Renaud Dutreil the Secretary of State for transport and the sea, Dominique Bussereau Secretary of State to the State reform, Henri Plagnol the Secretary of State for tourism, Léon Bertrand the Secretary of State for war veterans Hall may the Secretary of State for the elderly, Hubert Falco the Secretary of State for justice real estate programs, Pierre Bédier the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, Renaud Muselier

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