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The 102 product lists (98 trilateral, 3 bilateral, and 1 US only) that have been finalized by the three countries can be viewed individually in PDF format. Although these lists have been designated as "final," it is important to note that they are still considered provisional. The products shown in each product list are presented in the context of a provisional aggregation structure agreed to by the three countries. These structures contain logical groupings of products developed through extensive research by the trilateral working groups and through expansive collaboration with industry experts from the respective countries. However, it must be emphasized that the provisional NAPCS aggregation structures and the associated working group codes shown in these product lists bear no necessary relationship to the final NAPCS structure and codes that will be developed by the three countries in subsequent phases of this initiative.
In contrast to the final NAPCS structure, the primary purpose of these provisional and industry-oriented aggregation structures is to facilitate refining product detail and obtaining agreement on the trilateral levels of product detail shown in each list, as provisional targets of comparability in the collection and publication of product data for the industries covered by that list. Products common to multiple lists are identified, and the titles and definitions for those products are standardized.
Once the final aggregation structure for NAPCS is determined, each product will carry a common title, definition, and product code across all industries that produce it, and the aggregation structure will group products regardless of industry in a manner that reflects how products are used from a demand-side perspective that will support studies of market share, demand for goods and services, import competition, and similar studies.
Each list consists of a table containing nine columns that display the following information: