Chapter is a term which can refer to

  • one of the main sections into which the text of a book is divided.
  • an administrative division of an organization, usually local to a specific area.

-see also:
"Chapter" is in the HS Code "0511"
Animal Products Not Elsewhere Specified Or Included; Dead Animals Of Chapter 1 Or 3 Unfit For Human C

Ref: 122362/2006-09-19

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