Rules of Origin Sample Clauses

Rules of Origin. 5. For the purposes of covered procurement, a Party shall not apply rules of origin to goods or services imported from or supplied from the other Party that are different from the rules of origin the Party applies at the same time in the normal course of trade to imports or supplies of the same goods or services from the same Party.
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Rules of Origin. A Party shall not apply rules of origin to goods or services imported or supplied from the other Party, for purposes of government procurement, which are different from the rules of origin applied in the normal course of trade and at the time of the transaction in question to imports or supplies of the same goods or services from that other Party.
Rules of Origin. CHAPTER 3; Article 4: RVC 40%, and the final process of production is performed within a Party, or CTH Annex 2: Product Specific Rules Contingency Measures Anti - Dumping : CHAPTER 1; Article 3: as per WTO/GATT Countervailing Duties : CHAPTER 1; Article 3: as per WTO/GATT Safeguards : CHAPTER 7 Standards :CHAPTER 5: SPS, CHAPTER 6: TBT and Standards Notes : AANZFTA has been ratified by all FTA member countries since 11 November 2011. AANZFTA is now in force for all 12 signatories: Australia, Brunei Darussalam, Myanmar, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam. SERVICES WTO Notification (GATS Art. V) : Notified Date of notification : 8/04/2010 Consideration Process : Under Consideration Liberalization Approach : Positive Lists Modes Covered Cross - Border Supply : Yes Consumption Abroad : Yes Commercial Presence Abroad : Yes Movement of Natural Persons : Yes Specific Chapters on Financial services : Yes Telecommunications :Yes Movement of natural persons :Yes Specific Sectors Excluded Air transport : Yes Public Sectors carve-out : GATS-like (Article I:3(b)) Most Favoured Nation : Non-binding National Treatment : Binding Market Access : Binding Domestic Regulation : Binding but subject to legitimate expectations (GATS-like) Subsidies covered by services disciplines :Not covered Denial of benefits for commercial presence : Chapter 8: Article 21: A Party may deny the benefits of this Chapter: Notes : Link to schedules : xxxx://xxx.xxxxx.xxx.xxxx.xx/assets/Agreement-Establishing-the-ASEAN-Australia-New-Zealand-Free-Trade-Area.pdf INVESTMENT Scheduling Approach : Negative Lists Definition of investment : Covers portfolio investment Most Favoured Nation : Not Featured National Treatment : Binding NT provision applies to entry and establishment rights : Yes Fair and Equitable Treatment : Binding Clarifying text on FET : Yes CHAPTER 11;Article 6: Treatment of Investment Expropriation : Binding Clarifying text :Yes Board of Directors and executive personnel : Not Featured Invester - State arbitration : Yes Denial of Benefits : CHAPTER 11; Article 11 Denial of Benefits1. Following notification, a Party may deny the benefits of this Chapter:(a) to an investor of another Party that is a juridical person of such other Party and to investments of that investor if an investor of a non-Party owns or controls the juridical person and the juridical person has no substantive business operations in the territory of the othe...
Rules of Origin. Products covered by the provisions of this Agreement shall be eligible for preferential treatment provided they satisfy the Rules of Origin as set out in Chapter 3.
Rules of Origin. 5. Each Party shall apply to covered procurement of a good the rules of origin that it applies in the normal course of trade to that good.
Rules of Origin. Article 31. Originating goods
Rules of Origin. The tariff preferences provided for in this Agreement shall be applied to goods qualifying under the rules of origin laid down in Protocol 1.