3. Paragraph 1 shall not be interpreted as preventing a Contracting Party from applying the commercial investment measures referred to in points (a) and (c) of paragraph 2 as a condition for eligibility for export promotion, external assistance, government procurement or preferential duty or quota programmes. As an agreement based on existing GATT disciplines on trade in goods, the agreement does not concern the regulation of foreign investment. The disciplines of the TRIPS Agreement focus on investment measures contrary to Articles III and XI of the GATT, i.e., which distinguish imported products from exported products and/or which create import or export restrictions. The agreement will also establish a TRIM Committee to monitor the implementation and implementation of these commitments. Yes. If you have difficulty conducting international transactions because another country has imposed measures prohibited by this agreement, please contact the Office of Trade Agreements Negotiations and Compliance (TANC) via its public telephone line in the United States. Ministry of Commerce. Finally, point (c) of paragraph 2 shall apply to measures which provide for restrictions on the export or sale of exports by an undertaking, whether in respect of certain products, quantities or values of the products or part of the volume or value of its local production. Paragraph 2 applying the provisions of Article XI(1) of the GATT in 1994 concerns only measures restricting exports.
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