16. The flexibility provisions, i.e. transfer, which are transferred and transferred and apply to all restrictions maintained under this article, are in line with the restrictions in the bilateral amf agreements for the 12-month period prior to the ENTRY into force of the WTO agreement. The combined use of pivots, transfers and transfers should not be limited or maintained in quantity. (c) on the first day of the 121st month of the WTO agreement, the textile and clothing sector is included in the 1994 GATT, with all restrictions in this agreement removed. 1. Within 60 days of the WTO agreement coming into force, Members who maintain restrictions (4) on textile and clothing products (with restrictions other than those under macro-financial assistance and under Article 2), whether or not they comply with the 1994 GATT, communicate to the TMB in detail, or (b) TMB communications with respect to them submitted to another WTO body. Notifications should contain, if any, information on any justification for the 1994 GATT restrictions, including the 1994 GATT provisions on which they are based. 4. If there is sufficient evidence at the conclusion of the investigation that a circumvention has taken place (for example. B if there is evidence of the actual country or place of origin and the circumstances of the circumvention, members agree that appropriate measures should be taken to resolve the problem. These measures may include refusing to import goods or, where goods have entered with due consideration of actual circumstances and country`s or origin`s participation, adapting taxes to restriction levels to take into account the actual country or place of origin. If there are also references to the participation of the members` territories through which the goods were transshipped, such a measure may include the introduction of restrictions on those members.
All such measures, as well as their timetable and scope, can be taken after consultation in order to reach a satisfactory solution for both parties between the members concerned and are communicated to the TMB with full reasons. Affected members can agree on other corrective measures as part of the consultation process. Any such agreement is also notified to the TMB and the TMB may submit these recommendations to the relevant members, as long as it is deemed appropriate. If no satisfactory solution is found for both parties, each member concerned can refer the matter to the TMB for immediate consideration and recommendation. Canada has had free trade agreements with Chile, Israel and Costa Rica for many years, and new agreements with Peru and the European Free Trade Association were added in 2009. There are other negotiations going on. Details and/or reports on the status of these agreements can be found on the International Trade Canada website. 2. Members agreed to use the provisions of Article 2, paragraph 18, and Article 6, paragraph b, paragraph 6, point b), so that small suppliers have tangible access opportunities and to develop economically important business opportunities for new entrants to the textile and clothing sector.
(1) U.S. Customs publishes a series of NAFTA guides for clothing and textiles.