(1) The 1994 General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT 1994) is composed: the decision of paragraph 2 on the date applicable to each concession within the meaning of Article II, paragraph 1, sub b), of the 1994 GATT, replaces the decision on the applicable date of 26 March 1980 (BISD 27S/24). In the event that an interim agreement notified in accordance with Article XXIV, paragraph 7, point a), does not contain a plan and timetable, the working group`s report recommends such a plan and timetable. The parties do not suspend or implement this agreement if they are unwilling to amend it in accordance with these recommendations. A further review of the implementation of the recommendations should be planned. “Other tariffs or taxes” from a timetable at the time of the tabling of the instrument incorporating the timetable in question in the 1994 GATT; until the WTO agreement comes into force, the Director General of the GATT contracting parties is not subsequently added in 1947 or thereafter with the Director-General of the WTO, and all “other duties or taxes” registered at a level below that applicable on the applicable date are not re-registered at that level, unless these supplements or modifications are made within six months of the date of the instrument`s filing. All balance-of-payments restrictions are subject to periodic review in the Committee under Article XII, paragraph 4, paragraph b), or Article XVIII, paragraph 12, point b), subject to the possibility of modifying the periodicity of consultations in agreement with the advisor or as part of a specific review procedure recommended by the General Council. In order to ensure the transparency of the legal duties and obligations set out in Article II, paragraph 1, point b), the nature and amount of all “other customs duties or taxes” levied on related customs posts, as stated in this provision, are stated in the 1994 GATT concession lists for the tariff category to which they apply. It goes without saying that such a registration does not change the legal nature of “other obligations or taxes”. (i) agreement on the interpretation of Article II:1 (b) of the 1994 General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade; The “reasonable period” under Article XXIV, paragraph 5, point c), should only exceed 10 years in exceptional cases.
If the members of an interim agreement believe that ten years would not be enough, they will have to explain in detail the trade in goods to the Council for a longer period of time. The date on which “other duties or taxes” are related to the meaning of Article II is April 15, 1994. “Other customs duties or taxes” are therefore recorded in flight plans at levels on that date. In any new renegotiation of a concession or concession, the date applicable to the corresponding tariff position will be at the time of the registration of the new concession in the corresponding schedule. However, the date of the instrument by which a concession of a given tariff item was first entered in the 1947 GATT or the 1994 GATT remains in column 6 of the ticket lists. All members who have taken into consideration that an advantage you have under the 1994 GATT is: in recognition of Articles XII and XVIII:B of the 1994 GATT and the declaration on trade measures for balance-of-payments adopted on 28 November 1979 (BISD 26S/205-209, in this agreement, are referred to as the “1979 declaration” and to clarify these provisions; While THE GATT was a set of rules agreed upon by nations, the WTO is an intergovernmental organization with its own headquarters and staff, whose scope covers both traded goods and trade in the service sector and intellectual property rights.