Definitions for "Standard International Trade Classification"
A numeric code developed by the United Nations and adopted by the U.S. scheduled airlines as a basis for numerical identification of commodities moving as cargo. The code is entered on the Air Waybill at origin.
An internationally recognized foreign trade data classification system. This system, which was developed by the United Nations, provides the commodity aggregates needed for economic analysis and permits international comparisons of foreign trade data.
A standard numerical code system developed by the United Nations to classify commodities used in international trade.