This document was added 15/11/2011.
10/06/2015 Note: In Table 2, a new tab "July 2015" containing the correspondences for codes changing on 1 July 2015 has been added. The "Historic" tab has been updated to include these changes.
Tables 3, 5, 6, and 24 have been updated to include new codes introduced on 1 July 2015. These new codes replace other codes that closed on 30 June 2015.
20/11/2014 Note: In Table 2, a new tab "January 2015" containing the correspondences for codes changing on 1 January 2015 has been added. The "Historic" tab has been updated to include these changes.
New codes to monitor trade in radioactive elements and isotopes have been introduced into Table 8, Chapter 28.
Table 24 has been amended to incorporate changes to Chapter 28 applied to commence from 1 January 2015.
18/12/2013 Note: Chapter 30 in Table 8 and Chapter 57 in Table 13 have been updated to include revisions to statistical codes for selected pharmaceuticals and carpets respectively.
Table 2 has been updated to include a new tab "January 2014" which lists the codes closing and those replacing them. These changes have also been incorporated into the "Historic" tab that lists all changes from 1 January 1988. Changes have also been made to the "January 2012" and "Historic" tabs of this sheet as specified in detail in the Explanatory Notes for that table.
Table 24 has been updated to include changes to chapters 30 and 57. The title of Table 24 has changed from "Table 24. AHECC Complete File as at 1 January 2012 - Not printable" to "Table 24. AHECC Complete File - Not printable".
22/12/2011 Note: Several tables have been amended to ensure they are formatted consistently and print correctly. In Chapter 29 in Table 8 the AHECC code 29322000 (Lactones) which had been incorrectly omitted is now included.
15/11/2011 Note: These replacement tables fix up a number of minor issues with the content and formatting of data cubes. Table 24 has been expanded to include the release of new and revised Free Standing Descriptors (FSDs) for 8-digit AHECC codes. Detailed information on the updates is published as I-Notes to the individual data cubes.