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'''[[w:UN/LOCODE]]''' - is a geographic coding scheme developed and maintained by [[UNECE]] a unit of the United Nations. It assigns aproximatly 40000 code elements to locations names of ports, airports, rail and road terminals, postal exchange offices, border crossing points and other locations used in trade and transport in 234 countries.
 
'''[[w:UN/LOCODE]]''' - is a geographic coding scheme developed and maintained by [[UNECE]] a unit of the United Nations. It assigns aproximatly 40000 code elements to locations names of ports, airports, rail and road terminals, postal exchange offices, border crossing points and other locations used in trade and transport in 234 countries.
  
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w:UN/LOCODE - is a geographic coding scheme developed and maintained by UNECE a unit of the United Nations. It assigns aproximatly 40000 code elements to locations names of ports, airports, rail and road terminals, postal exchange offices, border crossing points and other locations used in trade and transport in 234 countries.