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ISIC Rev. 4 description of #isic0116 - Growing of fibre crops (activity) (Ens Dictionary).
#tagcoding hashtag: #isic0116

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Arabic: #isic0116 - زراعة محاصيل الألياف
Chinese: #isic0116 - 纤维作物的种植
French: #isic0116 - Culture de plantes à fibres textiles
Spanish: #isic0116 - Cultivo de plantas de fibra
Russian: #isic0116 - Выращивание волокнистых прядильных культур

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0116 - Growing of fibre crops

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CPC Ver. 2 description of (product/service) Subclasses 01921 - Cotton, whether or not ginned, 01922 - Jute, kenaf, and other textile bast fibres, raw or retted, except flax, true hemp and ramie and 01929 - Other fibre crops, raw, n.e.c.

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