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NACE 0175 1990 revision versus latest

NACE 0175 1990 revision versus latest

NACE 0175 1990 revision versus latest

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Dear All,

I'm looking at some old asset which was designed to 1990 version code. I need to perform a simple GAP analysis to the latest. Pls. if anyone of you have this version share with me ?

Thank you

RE: NACE 0175 1990 revision versus latest

The oldest one that I could find quickly is the 2002.
The 1990 was a very short simple document.

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RE: NACE 0175 1990 revision versus latest

It is included in the 1990 Book of Standards , pg627 ,( if there is an old persons where you work). The 1990 issue is 20 pages.

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