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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 272 in Riga 2005 April 19 (Mon. No 21 § 31) the rules on the composition of the fibres on the labelling of textile products were issued in accordance with the consumer protection act article 21, first paragraph and the law "on conformity assessment" 7. the first paragraph of article i. General questions 1. Rules lays down the requirements for the composition of the textile fibres textile labelling textile labelling, as well as monitoring procedures.
2. the terms used in the rules: 2.1.-raw textiles, processed, partially processed, semi-finished or finished products (semi-finished or fabrikāt), which is composed exclusively of fibres regardless of the mixing or linking techniques;
2.2. textile fibres — flexible and subtle, either a gimmick whose length is significantly greater than the maximum cross-section and which can be used for the production of textile products, as well as flexible strips or tubes, of which the apparent width (strips or tube width when it is folded, flattened, compressed or twisted) or average width (strips or tubes if the width is not entirely the same) is not greater than 5 mm (also from wider strips or films cut to strips produced by the extrusion of the polymers used this provision to 1.19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40 and 41 above and for the manufacture of fibres which are valid for use in textiles);
2.3. the tolerance — the permissible deviation from the specified percentage on the label.
3. the following provisions shall apply to trade in textile products, which are marketed or intended for realization in Latvia, other Member State of the European Union or the European economic area country: 3.1. products containing at least 80% of the total products of textile fibres by weight;
3.2. to furniture, umbrellas and parasols that are at least 80% of the total tekstilsastāvdaļ the weight of the product;
3.3. the multi-layered floors covering, as well as mattresses, travel goods, footwear liners, gloves to warm (for gloves and mittens), when parts or lining is at least 80% of the total tekstilsastāvdaļ the weight of the product;
3.4. other products incorporated into textile products, if they are the inseparable part of products and if the textile composition is specified.
4. the requirements laid down in the regulations do not apply to textile products which: 4.1 are intended for export;
4.2. are imported under customs control of transit;
4.3. are imported for processing;
4.4. the company is being brought in under contract or agreement which is concluded by a cottage industry of individual work.
5. the information specified in these provisions can be specified only on the accompanying documents in the following situations: 5.1 if the textile is delivered by order of the national regulatory authorities;
5.2. If the textile is not intended for sale to consumers.
II. Information on the labelling of textile products textile fibres 6. composition is explicitly stated in the relevant accompanying documents. Contracts, invoices and invoices must not use abbreviations, except for mechanized processing code, if it is explained in the same document.
7. If the textile is intended for sale to the consumer, the textile fibre content on clearly legible and uniform print a label, as well as catalogs and sales literature.
8. Information on the textile fibre content labelling of textile products totally separate from other information, except the trademark or merchant firm which can be located directly before or after the indication of the composition of textile fibres.
9. If the sale to the consumer on the labelling of textile products trademarks or merchant company is one of the rules referred to in annex 1 of textile fibre names or the merchant firm may be confused with them, before or behind the trademark or merchant firm clearly legible and uniform print indicates the composition of the textile fibres.
10. the information provided in the labelling of textile products manufactured in Latvia of textile fibre content is the national language. Imported textile products whose labelling information is provided in a foreign language, be accompanied by a translation of the information in the national language. If you sell the small sewing, darning or embroidery thread for units (for example, reels, skeins of spindle, ball), a translation of the information in the national language only requires common marking on the outer packaging or point of sale.
III. specify the composition of textile fibres textile labelling labelling of Textile fibres 11 composition used for specifying these rules laid down in annex 1. textile names.
12. This provision is set out in annex 1 of the textile fibre names may not be used for any other fibre (not a name, not a word root or adjective).
13. not allowed to use the word ' silk ' chemical fibres.
14. the labelling of textile products must not be used in the designation "100%", "clean", "only" or similar designation, if the textile is not created only from the textile fibres. Textile can contain up to 2% of the total of other textile products weight, if it is necessary in the production of technical reasons. (Also aparātdzij) in carded textiles can be up to 5% of the total of other textile products weight, if it is necessary in the production of technical reasons.
15. The wool textile labelling may use the designation "jaunviln", "pirmlietojuma" or "primary wool wool" (specifies the full percentage composition of the textile fibres) in the following cases: 15.1. If only the textile composition of wool fibres, which was not previously incorporated into the finished product has not passed the spinning or felting process (except those that are necessary in the production of the product concerned) and not damaged, their processing or use;
15.2 15.1 these rules referred to the wool fibre textile fibre mixtures is at least 25% of the total mass of the products;
15.3. mechanically the mixture in this rule referred to in paragraph 15.1 the wool fibre is mixed with only one kind of textile fibres.
16. The rules referred to in point 15 of textile products (also carded (aparātdzij) wool articles) with the production of technically based tolerance shall not exceed 0.3%.
17. Textile products consisting of two or more fibres, one of which accounts for at least 85% of the total mass of the products, the textile fibre content labelling shall indicate one of the following forms: 17.1. indicate the name of the fibres account for at least 85% of the total mass of the products, and the percentage;
17.2. the textile fibres which account for at least 85% of the total mass of the products, and the words ' 85% minimum ';
10.7. indicate the total of the percentage of textile products.
18. Textile products consisting of two or more fibres, none of which constitute 85% of the total mass of the products, specify at least the two main fibres and the percentage of the mass, as well as other textile fibre names in descending order by mass (mass percentage can be specified or not).
19. Textile fibres, which each represent less than 10% of the total weight of the textile product, may be marked with the words "other fibres", and specify the percentage of the total mass. If the textile is mentioned on the label, which is less than 10% of the total weight of the textile product, specify the full percentage composition of textile products.
20. Pure cotton warp and a pure flax weft of textiles containing at least 40% of the line from smitēt to the total weight of the fabric, may be marked with the words "cotton and linen," and clarification of "pure cotton warp/pure flax tissue".
21. the terms "textile fibres of different" or "not specified" is used in the composition of the fibres for textile products, the composition of which the production process is difficult to determine.
22. If the textile is intended for sale to the consumer, these rules 17, 18, 19, 20 and 21 in the cases referred to in paragraph can contain the following tolerances: 22.1. contamination-up to 2% of textile fibres (textile products — to 5 carded%) of the total weight of the textile product, if it is technically necessary;
22.2. to 3% manufacturing tolerance between the marking specified in percentage to the quantities of fibres and analyses the resulting quantities in relation to the percentage of the total mass of fibre in the label. This also applies to the fibres, which in accordance with the provisions of paragraphs 18 and 19 of the descending order of the mass specified without specifying their percentage, and on this rule 15.2. fibres referred to in point.
23. the analysis tolerances shall be calculated separately. Total mass taken into account for the calculation of this rule 22.2. admission referred to, is the finished product of the mass of the fibres, except the fiber mass, as defined in the light of this rule 22.1. referred to tolerance.
24. These rules 22.1 and 22.2.. the tolerances referred to in increase only if it is proven that any of the iederīgaj fibres, which are not found in the analysis, taking into account the tolerance referred to in paragraph 22.1, has the same chemical composition, to one or more of the markings specified in textile fibres.
25. in exceptional circumstances, if necessary in the production process and product compliance is checked in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 43 and the manufacturer shall provide adequate justification, the textile may have a higher tolerance than specified in these rules and in 22.1 22.2.
26. This provision 14, 16, 22, 23, 24 and 25 of the tolerances defined in paragraph 1 shall not apply to ornamental view isolated textile fibres, not more than 7% of the weight of the finished product, as well as on textile fibres (e.g. metallic fibres) which are incorporated in order to obtain an antistatic effect and which do not have more than 2% of the weight of the finished product. Textile labelling is not mentioned. 20. These provisions in the cases referred to in point percentage is calculated using the weight of the fabric, but instead of the warp and weft of the mass, the mass of the individual.
27. If a textile product composed of two or more components which have different fibre composition, the label of each component of the textile fibre content. You can not specify the components (except pamatoder), with a mass of less than 30% of the total mass of the products.
28. where two or more textile products have the same fibre component composition and they usually consists of one item, they need only one mark.
29. other Corsetry products textile fibre content labelling indicates either the entire product as a whole or separately the following product components: 29.1. krūšturo: a bowl and a oderdrān and ārdrān fore;
29.2. stingrojum of the priekšslej: the corset, mugurslej and sānslej;
29.3. krūškorset (Grace): bowl of ārdrān, oderdrān and priekšslej, mugurslej and sānslej;
29.4. other korsešizstrādājumo — those components whose mass is greater than 10% of the total mass of the products.
30. The individual components of Corsetry products textile composition label so that the consumer can clearly understand to which part of the product information.
31. Izkodināt composition for textile fibres for the label the product as a whole and you can specify a separate ground cloth and izkodinātaj parts, indicating the ingredient names.
32. Embroidered textile products textile fibre content labelling indicates in General textile products and you can specify a separate ground fabrics and embroidery threads, indicating the part of the name. If the embroidered parts is less than 10% of the surface of textile products, only the base cloth textile fibre content.
33. the Reinforced yarn composed of different fibres and winding cores and are offered for sale to the consumer, the textile fibre content for the label the product as a whole or can be specified separately for the core and the winding, indicating the ingredient names.
34. the velvet and plush textiles, or textiles, similar to a velvet or plush, textile fibre content of textile products for the label as a whole. If the base of textile and surface has a different fibre composition, it can be specified individually for each component by specifying the names of the components.
35. The floor covers and rugs that have a different base and surface composition of textile fibres, textile fibre content labelling may specify only the surface, indicating the ingredient names.
36. The provisions referred to in annex 3 in the labelling of textile products textile fibre content may not specify except that provision referred to in paragraph 9.
37. The rules referred to in annex 4 of the same type and the same composition, labelling of textile products only the total textile fibre content if they are intended for sale to consumers.
38. Textile products that are sold by the metre, the textile fibre content indicates bleed or roll (roll).
39. This provision, paragraph 37 and 38 of the textile products listed in the composition of the fibres, so the consumer can fully acquaint himself with the relevant information.
IV. determination of the composition of textile fibres 40. in determining the percentage of textile fibres shall not be taken into account for the following textile components: 24.9. for all textile products: 40.1.1. the textile parts, selvedges, labels, badges, insignia, decorations and borders that are not inseparable part of textile products;
40.1.2. with textile upholstered buttons and buckles;
40.1.3. accessories, decorations, non-elastic ribbons, elastic threads and links that add special textiles;
40.1.4. decorative appear isolated textile fibres;
40.1.5. textile fibres, which has an antistatic effect;
40.2. the floor covers and carpets: all parts, except the surface;
40.3. mēbeļdrān: binding pildšķēr binding, and piepildošo tissue, which do not form part of the surface;
40.4. portjer and curtains: binding pildšķēr binding, and piepildošo tissue, which does not create the right side of the fabric;
25.2. other textile products: base 40.5.1. cloth, as well as stingrojum and reinforcements (threads or material attached to special places of textile products to give it stiffness or thickness);
40.5.2. gasket and base;
40.5.3. šujamdieg or saistdieg if they do not replace the fabric warp or tissues;
40.5.4. filling, which is not the function of the insulation;
40.5.5. linings (subject to the provisions of the conditions referred to in paragraph 27);
40.6. Oiler, binders, smadzinātāj, Smith, dressing, impregnētāj, adjuvants used in dyeing, printing and other textile processing products. These substances may not be employed in such quantities that would mislead the consumer.
41. apakšslāņ textile fabric material used in dual-layer or multi-layer fabrics, velvet or plush cloth backing and similar materials are not considered base cloth, which consists of the determination of fibres must be separated.
V. textile labelling controls 42. Compliance with these rules is controlled by the consumer rights protection centre.
43. The consumer protection centre checks the conformity of the composition of textile products on the labelling information in accordance with the laws and regulations that govern the composition of textile products the tests methods of analysis to be used.
44. following these rules referred to in paragraph 40 of the separation of the components of the percentage of textile fibres in textile products shall be determined taking account of the dry mass of each fibre the overhead resorbāt (mostly the moisture) mass ratio (the percentage of piesvar) in accordance with the provisions of annex 2.
45. If the information provided does not match the specified analysis concerned the composition of the fibres, the costs of the analysis shall be borne by the manufacturer or the seller.
Vi. Closing questions 46. Be declared unenforceable in the Cabinet of Ministers of 21 July 1998, the provisions of no. 262 "rules on the composition of the fibres on the labelling of textile products" (Latvian journal, 1998, 217./218.nr.).
47. Rule 43 shall enter into force on January 1, 2006. Until 31 December 2005 consumer protection Center of textile labelling compliance information by a Latvian standard EN 202:1999 "textile-quantitative analysis of mixtures" and 1999 "GES 246: textile fibre mixtures of the three quantitative analysis methods of analysis".
Informative reference to European Union directives, the regulations include provisions resulting from: 1) of the European Parliament and of the Council of 16 December 1996, the directive 1996/74/EC on textile names;
2) Commission of 19 June 1997 Directive 97/37/EC, adapting to technical progress Directive 96/74/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council on textile names (I) and (II) of the annex;
3) Commission of 23 March 2004, Directive 2004/34/EC amending annexes I and II to the directive of the European Parliament and of the Council 96/74/EC on textile names, to adapt them to technical progress.
Prime Minister a. Halloween economic Minister A.r. Kariņš Editorial Note: the entry into force of the provisions to the April 27, 2005.
1. the annex to Cabinet of 19 April 2005, regulations No 272 textile labelling textile fibre names use no PO box
Textile fibres (the word ' textile fibre ' may not be specified on the label) textile fibres Description 1 2 3 1.
The fibre from sheep wool or lamb (Ovis aries) cirpņ 2.
Alpaca, angora, cashgora, Beaver, jacket, camel, cashmere, llama, cross, mohair, otter, vicuña wool or hair (the words "wool" or "hair" not indicated on the label) the hair of such animals: alpaca, angora goats, angora rabbits, Beaver, guanaco, jacket, camel, goats, a cross between the Kashmir goat, vicuna, llama, Otter 3.
Horsehair or of other animal rupjmat (animal species not indicated on the label) horse and other animal hairs, which are not mentioned in this annex 1 or 2 point 4.
Silk fibre is obtained from the cocoon of zīdkāpur 5.
Cotton fiber derived from cotton (Gossypium) seed lidpūk 6.
Kapok fiber obtained from the kapok (Ceiba pentandra) seed lidpūk 7.
Flax fibre obtained from the bast of flax (Linum usitatissimum) 8.
True hemp fibre obtained from the bast of hemp (cannabis sativa) 9.
Jute fibre is obtained from the Corchor and corchorus olitorius capsularis, as well as from Hib-cus cannabin, hibiscus sabdariffa, Abutilon avcenna, Urena lobata, Urena sinuata 10.
Abaca fiber obtained from the leaves of Musa textilis 11.
Alpha fibre obtained from the leaves of tenacissim Stipe 12.
Koir (Coconut) fibres obtained from the fruit of Cocos nucifer 13.
fibre obtained from cytisus junce Museum of Sparti scopari or bast 14.
Ramie fibre is obtained from the Boehmeri and the Boehmeri tenacissim the Nivea bast 15.
Sisal fibre, obtained from Agave sisalana page 16.
Sunnah fibre obtained from the bast of Crotalaria juncea 17.
Heneken fibre derived from the agave fourcroyd pages 18.
Magej fibre derived from the agave cantala pages 19.
Cellulose acetate acetātšķiedr that 74-92% of the hydroxyl groups are ACETYLATED 20.
Alginate fiber obtained from the metal salts algīnskāb 21.
Cupro regenerated cellulose fibre obtained by can-ammonia reagent method 22.
Modālviskoz of regenerated cellulose fibre obtained by a modified viscose process having a high power module trūkšan and wet. Trūkšan force (Bc) in the conditioned State and the force required to obtain the extension of 5% wet state (Bm) are: Bc (CN) ≥ 1.3 √ T + 2T; BM (CN) ≥ 0.5 √ T, where T – the average linear density in decitex measurement 23.
Protein fiber derived from natural proteins regenerated and stabilized by acting on them with chemicals 24.
Triacetate cellulose acetātšķiedr, in which at least 92% of the hydroxyl groups are ACETYLATED 25.
Viscose regenerated cellulose fibre based viscose staple fibres filamentšķiedr and in the process abstraction 26.
Acrylic fibre, made from linear macromolecules whose chain at least 85% acrylonitrile-elementārvienīb of mass is 27.
Hloršķiedr fibre, made from linear macromolecules whose chain has more than 50% by weight of vinyl chloride or vinylidene chloride elementārvienīb 28.
Fluoršķiedr fibre, made from linear macromolecules whose chain consists of a elementārvienīb tetrafluoretilēn 29.
Modakril fibre made from linear macromolecules whose chain 50-85% by weight of acrylonitrile is 30 elementārvienīb.
Polyamide or nylon fibre, made from synthetic linear macromolecules whose chain repeat amide links, of which at least 85% are associated with alifātiskaj or cikloalifātiskaj units 31.
Aramid fibre, made from synthetic linear macromolecules made up of aromatic groups joined by amide or imide links, of which at least 85% is directly related to two aromatic rings and with the number of imide linkages, if the links are not more than the amide link number 32.
Polyimide fiber, made from synthetic linear macromolecules whose chain periodically recurring imide functional group 33.
Lyocell in regenerated cellulose fibre obtained by wet moulding technique of solution organic solvents, 34.
Polylactide fibre formed of linear macromolecules having in the chain (by mass) is at least 85% of lactic acid esters derived from naturally occurring sugars, and which has a melting point 135 ° C is at least 35.
Polyester fibre, made from linear macromolecules whose chain at least 85% mass and tereftālskāb diol esters is a elementārvienīb of 36.
Polyethylene fibre, made from aliphatic saturated hydrocarbons replaced for both of the macromolecules 37.
Polypropylene fiber, made from aliphatic saturated hydrocarbon linear macromolecules, for which one of the two carbon atoms is substituted in an isotactic attached arrangement 38.
Polikarbamīd fibre made from linear macromolecules whose chain of repeated urea residual functional groups (NH-CO-NH) 39.
Polyurethane fibre made from linear macromolecules whose chain recurring urethane functional group 40.
Vinilāl fibre made from linear macromolecules whose chain is composed of polyvinyl alcohol, which have different degrees of acetilēšan 41.
Trivinil fibre, made from copolymers of acrylonitrile, which is chlorinated vinilmonomēr and the third vinilmonomēr, none of which is not more than 50% of the total weight of 42.
Elastodiēn is elastošķiedr, derived from natural or synthetic polyisoprene, or from one or more Dienes polymerized without vinilmonomēr or with one or more of the vinilmonomēr, and which, after a stretch of triple now based close to its original length of 43.
Elastošķiedr elastane, made from at least 85% by weight, and which by the segmented polyurethane trebles stretch now Basic to its initial length 44.
Glass fibre fibre made from glass 45.
Name that corresponds to the material from which the fibres are created, such as metal (metallic, metallized), asbestos, paper or other material, followed by (or following) word "fibre" or "thread" fibres derived from material which are not mentioned in the above note.
the word "wool" also refers to a mixture of sheep's wool or lambs ' wool, and paragraph 2 of this annex 3 in box that animal hair, as well as on this rule 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24 and 25 of the textile products referred to in points, if they are built of this part 1 of the annex referred to in paragraph 2 and the fibres.
Economic Minister A.r. Kariņš annex 2 Cabinet of 19 April 2005, regulations No 272 textile fibres used for the calculation of the mass of the agreed allowances no PO box
The name of the fibre percentage 1 2 3 1.
Wool and animal hair: 1.1.
combed (worsted) fibre 18.25 1.2.
carded (also aparātdzij) fibres (even if it is not possible to determine whether the textile product, containing wool and/or animal hair, carded or combed is) 17.00 2.
Animal hair: a 2.1.
combed (worsted) fibre 18.25 2.2.
carded (also aparātdzij) fibres (even if it is not possible to determine whether the textile product, containing wool and/or animal hair, carded or combed is) 17.00 3.
combed (worsted) fibre 16.00 3.2.
(also aparātdzij) carded fibres 4 15.00.
Silk 11.00 5.
normal fibres 8.50 5.2.
Mercerized fibres 10.50 6.
Kapok 10.90 7.
Lynn 12.00 8.
True hemp 12.00 9.
Jute 17.00 10.
Abaca 14.00 11.
Alpha 14.00 12.
Koir (Cocos) 13.00 13.
Ramie 8.50 15.
Sisal 14.00 16.
Sunnah 12.00 17.
18. Heneken to 14.00
19. Magej of 14.00
Acetate 19.00 20.
Alginate 20.00 21.
Cupro 13.00 22.
Protein 24 17.00.
Triacetate 7.00 25.
Viscose 13.00 26.
Acrylic 2.00 27.
29. the Fluoršķiedr 0.00
30. Modakril of 2.00
Polyamide (nylon): 30.1.
a staple of 6.25 30.2.
filamentšķiedr of 5.75 31.
Aramid 8.00 32.
Polyimide 3.50 33.
Lyocell 13.00 34.
Polylactide is 1.50 35.
a staple of 1.50 35.2.
Polyethylene 1.50 37.
Polypropylene 2.00 38.
39. Polikarbamīd by 2.00
a staple of 3.50 24.4.
41. Vinilāl of 5.00
42. Trivinil of 3.00
43. a Elastodiēn 1.00
Elastane 1.50 44.
Glass fibre: 44.1.
with a diameter greater than 5 µm 2.00 44.2.
with a diameter of 5 µm and smaller 3.00 45.
Other material fibers: 45.1.
metallic fibers 2.00 45.2.
Metallized fibre 2.00 45.3.
asbestos 2.00 28.2.
paper yarn 13.75 economic Minister A.r. Kariņš annex 3 Cabinet of 19 April 2005, regulations No 272 textile products, which do not have to specify the composition of fibres 1. Sleeve length holders.
2. Pulksteņsiksn of the textile material.
3. labels and badges, insignia.
4. the material of the container in a padded textile materials.
5. Coffee heated covers.
6. Tea heated covers.
7. Sleeve protectors.
8. Muffs other than in pile fabric.
9. Artificial flowers.
10. Pin cushions.
11. Painted canvas.
12. Textile products for use as stingrojum or base, or apakšslāņ clothing.
13. Felt and felt.
14. Use stitched textiles, if there is a clear indication that the textile is used.
15. the gaiters.
16. the packages which are not new and are sold as packages, which are not new.
17. Felt hats.
18. Handbags and saddlery of textile materials.
19. Travel goods of textile materials.
20. Hand-embroidered tapestries (complete or incomplete) and materials for their production, including embroidery yarns, sold separately from the canvas and intended for use in the tapestries.
21. Slide fasteners.
22. Buttons and buckles covered with textile materials.
23. Book covers of textile materials.
24. the toys.
25. textile parts of footwear, excepting warm linings.
26. table mats of different components with surface area of not more than 500 cm2.
27. The stove stove gloves and clothes.
28. Egg cosies.
29. Cosmetic bag.
30. the textile Shoved.
31. Spectacle, ķemmj, cigarette, cigar and cigarette lighter cases and in the case of textile material.
32. Protective requisites for athletes (except gloves).
33. Toilet wallets.
34. Shoe-cleaning cases.
35. Funeral items.
36. Single use items, except wool (textile products that are designed to be used once or a limited period of time, and which prevent normal restore for future use the same or a similar purpose).
37. The textiles, which are subject to the rules of the European Pharmacopoeia and the references to those multiple medical and orthopaedic use and orthopaedic textile dressing overall.
38. Textiles (ropes, cables and also the cord) provided: 38.1. use as equipment components in the manufacture or processing of goods;
38.2. the incorporation in machinery, installations (e.g. for heating, air conditioning or lighting), domestic and other appliances, traffic reports or their operation, maintenance or installation, other than tarpaulin covers and textile car accessories that are sold separately from the car.
39. the protection and safeguarding of textiles: safety belts, parachutes, life-jackets, emergency chutes, fire-fighting equipment tracks, pretlož vests and special protective clothing (e.g. protection against fire, chemical substances or other safety hazards).
40. Air-filled structures (e.g. sports halls, exhibition stands or storage) if their performance and technical specifications are indicated.
41. The sails.
42. animal Clothing.
43. Flags and pennants.
Economic Minister A.r. Kariņš annex 4 Cabinet of 19 April 2005, regulations No 272 textiles that require only the common composition labelling of textile fibres 1. Floor rags.
2. Cleaning rags.
3. Border and decorations.
4. the Gimped.
5. the belt.
6. the braces.
7. Ģērbtur and girdles.
8. Shoe and boot.
10. Ieveram rubber.
11. the Primary packages that are sold as new packaging.
12. Packing string and agricultural, mountaineering and water sports-cords and ropes as well as rope, cordage, and Twine, which does not apply this provision 3. paragraph 38 of the annex. Of the total textile products listed must be on the coil (if they are sold in metres).
13. Table mats.
14. the Handkerchief.
15. Tangled networks and hairnets.
16. Ties and bow ties for children.
17. Krūšautiņ ("lacīt"), wash the gloves and flannel wipes his face.
18. Sewing, mending and embroidery threads, which the net mass, selling retail, of 1 g or less.
19. Tape for curtains and blinds, aizlaidn.
Economic Minister A.r. Kariņš
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