9 Teaching apparatus and instruments; school apparatus and data processing equipment and computers.
16 Adhesives, banners and flags of paper; pads (stationery); ball-point pens; products for files; bond paper; publicity boards of paper or cardboard; posters; passport wallets; catalogue; circulars; coasters, circular; stationery cabinets; control tokens; corks for office use; correction fluids; post bags; paper cutters; writing or drawing books; square rulers; paintings (pictures) framed or unframed; Journals; index cards (stationery); photo-engravings; photographs; address stamps; jackets for papers; bookbindings; leaflets; instructional or teaching material (except apparatus); writing requisites; shields (paper seals); labels (not of textile); document files (stationery), greeting cards; forms; books covers; paper staplers; paper sheets; magazines; stamps; prints (engravings); scrapbooks and albums; pins; pencil sharpeners; pencil holders; signs of paper or cardboard; books, table linen of paper; handbooks (manuals); school supplies; office requisites (other than furniture); periodical; check-book wallets; postcards; pen clips; printed publications, writing cases; magazines, placards of paper or cardboard; envelopes and cards.
18 Frames for umbrellas or parasols, walking sticks; parasols; umbrellas; trunks; handbags; travelling bags, bags for campers, school bags; school bags, school satchels,; pocket wallets; travelling trunks; umbrella covers; cases; suitcases; rucksacks, backpacks; purses; coin holders; document holders; sun shades; garment bags for travel; business card holders.
20 Boxes of wood or plastic; decorations of plastic for foodstuffs; decorative wall plaques not of textile (furniture), works of art of wood, wax, plaster or plastic, school furniture;Figurines (statuettes) of wood, wax, plaster of plastic; signboards of wood or plastics; office furniture, inflatable publicity objects; placards of wood or plastics.
21 Bottle openers; Cocktail stirrers;works of art of porcelain, terra-cotta or glass, drinking vessels; glass jars (carboys); glass flasks; boxes of glass; shoehorns, bottle gourds; epergnes; steins; ice pails; cork screws; mixing spoons; toothbrushes; metal boxes for dispensing serviettes; spice sets; statues of porcelain; terracotta or glass; signboards of porcelain or glass; bread baskets; portable coolers; trouser stretchers; comb cases; punches; salt shakers; napkin holders; cups; mugs; glasses; unworked or semi-worked glass (except glass used in building).
25 Coats; head bands; Swimsuits, bathing caps; dressing gowns; blouses; scarves, socks; shirts; undershirts; waistcoats; jackets; shirt fronts; ties; articles of clothing of leather, clothing of imitations of leather; aprons; girdles; top coats; gabardines (clothing); caps (headwear); raincoats; jerseys anti-sweat underwear, leotards, gymnastic clothing; headgear; suspenders, T-shirts; uniforms; visors; slippers.
35 Rental of advertising space; disseminating of advertising matters; distribution of publicity material, dissemination of advertising material; personal management consultancy; personnel recruitment; marketing studies; statistical information, organisation of exhibitions for commercial or advertising purposes, publication of publicity texts; publicity; radio commercials; television advertising; opinion polling.
38 Telecommunications; communications by optical fibre networks; Communications by computer terminals; transmission of television programmes, television broadcasting; message forwarding; information about communications; electronic mail; satellite transmission; facsimile transmission; telex services; sending of telegrams; message sending; television broadcasting; connections to global computer networks; computer aided transmission of messages and images and electronic data transmission.
41 Providing of education; providing of training; entertainment; cultural and sporting activities; academies (education); arranging and conducting of conferences and congresses; Correspondence course; Correspondence course; information relating to education, teaching; educational examination; tuition; lending of books, publication of books, organisation of competitions; arranging and conducting of seminars; arranging and conducting of symposiums, arranging and conducting of training workshops; organization of exhibitions for cultural or educational purposes.
42 Scientific and insdustrial research; software programming; reconstruction of databases; professional consultancy (not related to business management); intellectual property consultancy; copyright-management services; graphic arts designing; computer software design, technical project studies, engineering (surveying); technical research; maintenance services for computer software; vocational guidance, updating of computer software.