Please forgive the intrusion, but it’s RosaspiNa, not RosapiRa.
Hahnemuhle Photo Rag is coated. Hahnemuhle has several papers, such as the others you listed, that they make for traditional printmaking/watercolor use and which are uncoated, but they use the same names for coated inkjet versions. If you want uncoated don’t buy the inkjet version, and vice-versa. Your confusion is understandable, but fortunately the inkjet papers are sold in packages that clearly indicate they are for inkjet. For sheets, it’s not that complicated, but for large rolls you may need to be careful. Also, at least in the US (I deduce from certain peculiarities of spelling that you are elsewhere!) the inkjet line and the traditional art line are tend (as in always) to have different dealers. That may not be the case in other parts of the world.
Speaking of misspellings, have you ever noticed how frequently Platine is misspelled as Plantine, with an extraneous “n”?