BRUSSELS--New rules concerning Global Trade item Numbers (GTINs), which retailers in North American will need to be able to scan and use by Jan. 1 2005, are now available on the EAN (European Article Numbering) International Public Web site (www.ean-int.org/gtinrules). EAN International, based here, and the Uniform Code Council, Lawrenceville, N.J., EAN's North American counterpart, last week announced new Global Trade Item Number (GTIN) Allocation Rules as part of the launch of the latest ...

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