1. None of the contracting parties may adopt a new waiver or extend the waiver to existing beneficiaries or extend the application of an existing customs waiver to a new beneficiary where the waiver is explicitly or implicitly contingent on compliance with a service requirement. (c) to review progress in the areas of health and plant protection that may occur between the relevant agencies and the departments of the contracting parties, in order to facilitate exchanges between the parties. In the 14th year following the entry into force of this agreement, the contracting parties set up an Agricultural Review Board to verify the implementation and operation of the agreement with respect to agricultural trade. The Agricultural Review Commission assesses the impact of trade liberalization under the agreement, the application of Article 3.17 and the possible extension of agricultural protection measures under this article, progress in overall agricultural trade reform in the WTO and developments in global agricultural markets. The Agriculture Review Board submits its findings and recommendations to the Commission. Article 13.6: Terms for the provision of information services 3. There is nothing in this section that asks a respondent to disclose protected information or to submit or grant information that he or she may withhold under Section 21.2 (Essential Security) or Article 21.5 (Disclosure of Information). 7. Each party provides, in the most practical way possible, a system of electronic application, processing, registration and maintenance of trademarks and work to make available an electronic database accessible to the public, containing an online database containing trademark applications and registrations. This document contains the most important information contained in General Notes 35 and 19 CFR, p. 3. Where the exporting party considers that a non-contracting party exports a commodity to the territory of the other party with export subsidies, the importing party, at the written request of the exporting party, consults with the exporting party in order to agree on specific measures that the importing party can take to counteract the effects of these subsidized imports.
If the importing party adopts the agreed measures, the export contracting party forgoes export subsidies for its exports of the product to the importing party`s territory. If the importing party does not adopt the agreed measures, the exporting party can apply an export subsidy on its exports of the product to the importing party`s territory only to the extent that it is necessary to combat the trade-distorting effect of the non-contracting party`s products towards the territory of the importing parties. (e) the provision of a loan or other form of financial guarantee as a precondition for the provision of a service. 2. The Tribunal conducts hearings open to the public and, in consultation with the parties concerned, makes appropriate logistical arrangements. However, any interested party who is considering using information that is classified as protected information at an oral hearing informs the court.