Goods are tangible products for sale that can be held or touched.

See also:
"Goods" is in the NAICS Code "339115"
(Ophthalmic Goods ManufacturingTemples and fronts (i.e., eyeglass frames), ophthalmic, manufacturing)


"Goods" is in the HS Code "3003"
Medicaments (Excluiding Goods Of Heading 3002, 3005 Or 3006) Consisting Of Two Or More Constituents

"Goods" is in the NACE Code "52.61"
Retail sale via mail order houses
... retail sale of any kind of product by mail order. Goods are sent to the buyer, who made his choice o ...

"Goods" is in the ISIC Code "5251"
Retail sale via mail order houses
... retail sale of any kind of product by mail order. Goods are sent to the buyer, who made his choice o ...

Ref: 124302/2006-10-03


Other Database Pages Exist for this Phrase:
Tangible product (Tangible product is described as a product. ..)
White goods (White goods refers to the generic name for ...)
Cost of goods sold (Cost of goods sold has to do with the amount ...)
Durable goods (Durable goods is a term generally defined as any ...)

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