CV #63: Were Products Descriptions Changed, Or Were CV Supplies Ordered Years Ago?

https://wits.worldbank.org/
The World Integrated Trade Solution is a partnership between several groups, including: International Trade Center; UN Conference on Trade and Development; UN Statistical Commission; World Trade Organization; and World Bank. The (apparent) ordering of Covid-19 medical supplies in 2017-2019 raised a lot of attention.

1. Other Articles On CV “Planned-emic”

The rest of the series is here. There are many: lies, lobbying, conflicts of interest, and various globalist agendas operating behind the scenes, and much more than most people realize. For example: The Gates Foundation finances many things, including, the World Health Organization, the Center for Disease Control, GAVI, ID2020, John Hopkins University, Imperial College London, the Pirbright Institute, and individual pharmaceutical companies. It’s also worth mentioning that there is little to no science behind what our officials are doing, though they promote all kinds of degenerate behaviour. Also, the Australian Department of Health admits the PCR tests don’t work, and the US CDC admits testing is heavily flawed. The International Health Regulations (IHR), that the WHO imposes are legally binding on all members.

2. Changes In Product/Numbering System?

This article will specifically address 4 product codes that are in the WITS system as being coronavirus supplies. However, looking at the description, they appear to have general medical, scientific use.

300215 – CV test kits
COVID-19 Test kits (300215) imports by country in 2019
Additional Product information: Diagnostic reagents based on immunological reactions
Category: COVID-19 Test kits/ Instruments, apparatus used in Diagnostic Testing
Link To WITS Description

382100 – CV viral swab and kits
Swab and Viral transport medium set (382100) exports by country in 2018
Additional Product information: A vial containing a culture media for the maintenance of a viral sample and a cotton tipped swab to collect the sample put up together
Category: COVID-19 Test kits/ Instruments, apparatus used in Diagnostic Testing
Link to WITS Description

382200 – CV test kits
COVID-19 Test kits (382200) imports by country in 2019
Additional Product information: Diagnostic reagents based on polymerase chain reaction (PCR) nucleic acid test.
Category: COVID-19 Test kits/ Instruments, apparatus used in Diagnostic Testing
Link To WITS Description

902780 – CV diagnostic kits
COVID-19 Diagnostic Test instruments and apparatus (902780) imports by country in 2018
Additional Product information: Instruments used in clinical laboratories for In Vitro Diagnosis. Colorimetric end tidal CO2 detector, sizes compatible with child and adult endotracheal tube. Single use.
Category: COVID-19 Test kits/ Instruments, apparatus used in Diagnostic Testing
Link to WITS Description

3. Canadian Imports Database

https://www.ic.gc.ca/eic/site/cid-dic.nsf/eng/home

The Canadian Imports website lists the above items as generic medical imports. It’s possible that these were just normal imports, and that the codes have been re-labelled to be CV equipment.

4. Harmonized System Codes (Foreign Trade)

https://www.foreign-trade.com/reference/hscode.htm

The Harmonized System of coding results in much the same naming system as the Canadian Imports site.

5. About World Integrated Trade Solution

INTRODUCTION
The World Bank — in collaboration with the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) and in consultation with organizations such as International Trade Center, United Nations Statistical Division (UNSD) and the World Trade Organization (WTO) — developed the World Integrated Trade Solution (WITS). This software allows users to access and retrieve information on trade and tariffs. Below is list of international organizations that compile this data:

The UNSD Commodity Trade (UN Comtrade) (UN Comtrade) database contains merchandise trade exports and imports by detailed commodity and partner country data. Values are recorded in U,S. dollars, along with a variety of quantity measures. The database includes information on more than 170 countries, and features statistics that have been reported to the United Nations since 1962. These statistics and data continue to be recorded according to internationally recognized trade and tariff classifications.

The UNCTAD Trade Analysis Information System (TRAINS) contains information on tariffs and non-tariff measures for more than 160 countries. The data on tariffs and non-tariff measures are recorded at the most detailed Commodity Description and Coding System (HS), at the National Tariff Line Level. Tariff information contains not only applied MFN tariff rates, but also to the extent possible, various preferential regimes including the Generalized System of Preferences (GSP), Regional Trade Agreements (RTAs) and other Preferential Trade Agreements (PTAs) rates including bilateral trade agreement tariff rates.

The WTO’s Integrated Data Base (IDB) contains imports by commodity and partner countries and Most Favored Nation (MFN) applied and, where available, data on preferential tariffs at the most detailed commodity level of the national tariffs. The Consolidated Tariff Schedule Data Base (CTS) contains WTO-bound tariffs, Initial Negotiating Rights and other indicators. The CTS reflects the concessions made by countries during goods negotiations (e.g., the Uruguay Round of Multilateral Trade Negotiations). The IDB and CTS are practical working tools and there are no implications as to the legal status of the information contained therein.

The World Bank and the Center for International Business, Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College Global Preferential Trade Agreements Database provide information on preferential trade agreements (PTAs) around the world, including agreements that have not yet been notified to the World Trade Organization. This resource helps trade policy makers, research analysts, the academia, trade professionals and other individuals better understand and navigate the world of PTAs.

WITS lists as its partners:

  • International Trade Center
  • UN Conference on Trade and Development
  • UN Statistical Commission
  • World Trade Organization
  • World Bank

What this amounts to is a system to track international trade of products and goods, and the tariffs that have been imposed on them.

6. UN Describes WITS As “Software”

Use UN Comtrade via World Integrated Trade
Solution (WITS)
The World Integrated Trade Solution (WITS) is software developed by the World Bank, in close collaboration with United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD), International Trade Center (ITC), United Nations Statistical Division (UNSD) and World Trade Organization (WTO).
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WITS was a free software which allows you to access the major trade and tariff data compilations, inclulding the UN Comtrade database maintained by UNSD. You can obtain access to UN Comtrade data in WITS once you have obtained a subscription to UN Comtrade.
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WITS is now fully web based. No more installation required.
For subscriptions to UN Comtrade, please contact subscriptions@un.org or visit:
https://unp.un.org/Comtrade.aspx

Text Of Descriptor

WITS is just software that the World Bank and its partners came up with in order to facilitate and aid international trade, and tariffs.

7. UN Conference On Trade & Development

https://unctad.org/en/Pages/DITC/Trade-Analysis/Non-Tariff-Measures/NTMs-WITS.aspx

The UNCTAD also describes WITS as a form of software designed to help organize and facilitate trade across national borders.

8. Shows Up In 2017-2019

Again, this could be the result of renumbering, or changing the names on existing codes. On the surface though, it looks like coronavirus supplies have been imported for years now.

Likely, it is just due to system changes, and that people (the author included), have been wondering over nothing.

While there are many reasons to go after government officials over this virus hoax, this isn’t one of them.

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