Subscribe to this tax book for more articles on this theme 3. This agreement does not infringe on members` rights under other international instruments, including the right to use good offices or dispute resolution mechanisms of other international organizations or that have been established under an international agreement. (d) the affiliation and participation of the relevant agencies on its territory in international and regional health and plant health organizations and systems, as well as bilateral and multilateral agreements and arrangements under this agreement, as well as the texts of these agreements and arrangements. See also: > decision on the implementation of Article 4 3. In order to ensure that members of developing countries are able to comply with the provisions of this agreement, the Committee is able to grant these countries, at their request, certain time-limited exemptions, in whole or in part, to the obligations arising from this agreement, taking into account their financial, commercial and development needs. Kozminski University – School of Law; Hungarian Academy of Sciences CSS Institute of Law . (e) all requirements for the control, inspection and approval of individual specimens of a product are limited to what is appropriate and necessary; 4. The committee develops a procedure to monitor the international harmonization process and apply international standards, guidelines or recommendations. To this end, the Committee should draw up, in cooperation with the relevant international organizations, a list of international standards, guidelines or recommendations on health or plant health measures, which the Committee considers to have a significant impact on trade. The list should include members indicating those international standards, guidelines or recommendations that they apply as import conditions or which may have access to their markets for imported products on the basis of these standards. In cases where a member does not apply an international standard, directive or recommendation as a precondition for importation, the member should give an indication, particularly if he or she feels that the standard is not strict enough to ensure an appropriate level of health or plant health protection. When a member reviews his position following the indication of the use of a standard, direction or recommendation as a precondition for importation, he or she should submit a declaration of amendment and thereby inform the relevant secretariat and international organizations, unless such notification and explanation are made in accordance with Schedule B procedures.
Members comply with the provisions of Schedule C when carrying out the review. , inspection and authorisation procedures, including national systems for authorizing the use of additives or setting tolerances for contaminants in food, beverages or feed, and other means of ensuring that their procedures are not inconsistent with the provisions of this agreement. (f) the levies levied on procedures relating to imported products are reasonable in relation to taxes on domestic products or similar products originating in another Member State and should not exceed the actual cost of providing services; Law – Society: International – Comparative Law eJournal Members report changes to their health or plant health measures and provide information on their health or plant health measures in accordance with Appendix B. International Political Economy: Trade Policy eJournal to improve human health, animal health and plant protection in all members; (c) for plant health, international standards, guidelines and recommendations developed under the auspices of the secretariat of the International Convention on Plant Protection, in cooperation with regional organizations active in the international Convention on Plant Protection; and six.