Paragraph Sample Clauses

Paragraph. (c) of sub‑clause (1) of clause 8 is amended by adding thereto a new paragraph as follows:
Paragraph. 1 Chapters VII and VIII of the Havana Charter have been excluded from paragraph 1 because they generally deal with the organization, functions and procedures of the International Trade Organization. The words "developed contracting parties" and the words "less-developed contracting parties" as used in Part IV are to be understood to refer to developed and less-developed countries which are parties to the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade. Ad Article XXXVI
Paragraph. The paragraph headings in this Agreement are for convenience only, form no part of this Agreement, and shall not affect its interpretation.
Paragraph. The grievance also includes all applicable Articles of the Contract. Not later than the Level II appeal, if any, these Articles/Paragraphs must be identified.
Paragraph. (i) of Section 1 of the Continuity Agreement setting forth one of the events of a "Change of Control" (as defined in the Continuity Agreement) is hereby amended to read as follows:
Paragraph. 4 The word "frustrate" is intended to indicate, for example, that infringements of the letter of any Article of this Agreement by exchange action shall not be regarded as a violation of that Article if, in practice, there is no appreciable departure from the intent of the Article. Thus, a contracting party which, as part of its exchange control operated in accordance with the Articles of Agreement of the International Monetary Fund, requires payment to be received for its exports in its own currency or in the currency of one or more members of the International Monetary Fund will not thereby be deemed to contravene Article XI or Article XIII. Another example would be that of a contracting party which specifies on an import licence the country from which the goods may be imported, for the purpose not of introducing any additional element of discrimination in its import licensing system but of enforcing permissible exchange controls. The exemption of an exported product from duties or taxes borne by the like product when destined for domestic consumption, or the remission of such duties or taxes in amounts not in excess of those which have accrued, shall not be deemed to be a subsidy.
Paragraph. 5(i)" of the Employment Agreement is hereby deleted and in its place and stead shall be the following: