GATS definition

GATS means the PJM Generator Attribute Tracking System or any equivalent or successor system sanctioned by the NJ BPU for the purpose of registering and tracking SRECs.

Examples of GATS in a sentence

  • This study uses data from the Global Agricultural Trade System (GATS), prepared by USDA’s Foreign Agricultural Service to identify major players and trade flows for global trade in fruits and vegetables; GATS, in turn, uses data from the U.N. Trade Statistical Office (USDA, FAS GATS).

  • Members to whom such requests have been made shall consider such requests in accordance with paragraphs 2 and 4 of Article XIX of the GATS and paragraph 11 of the Guidelines and Procedures for the Negotiations on Trade in Services.

  • We will first analyse the commitments by the GCC in the World Trade Organisation, and in particular in the General Agreement on Trade in Services (GATS), and in section 3) we will study their services commitments in RTA (Regional Trade Agreements) or bilateral FTAs (Free Trade Agreements).

  • However, since the program distorts free and fair competition in the international maritime transport market, the US needs to make efforts towards liberalization in the light of the spirit of the GATS.

  • On government procurement, Members should engage in more focused discussions and in this context put greater emphasis on proposals by Members, in accordance with Article XIII of the GATS.

More Definitions of GATS

GATS means the General Agreement on Trade in Services contained in Annex 1B of the WTO Agreement;
GATS means the General Agreement on Trade in Services, which is part of the WTO Agreement;
GATS means the General Agreement on Trade in Services in Annex 1B to the Marrakesh Agreement Establishing the World Trade Organization, done at Marrakesh, April 15, 1994, as may be amended;
GATS means the General Agreement on Trade in Services of 1994.
GATS means the General Agreement on Trade in Services, contained in Annex 1B to the WTO Agreement; GATT 1994 means the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade 1994, contained in Annex 1A to the WTO Agreement; goods of a Party means domestic products as these are understood in GATT 1994 or such goods as the Parties may agree, and includes originating goods of that Party; government procurement or procurement means the process by which a government obtains the use of or acquires goods or services, or any combination thereof, for governmental purposes and not with a view to commercial sale or resale, or use in the production or supply of goods or services for commercial sale or resale; Harmonized System (HS) means the Harmonized Commodity Description and Coding System, including its General Rules of Interpretation, Section Notes, and Chapter Notes, as adopted and implemented by the Parties in their respective tariff laws; measure includes any law, regulation, procedure, requirement, or practice; national means: