The views expressed in this article are personal and should not be attributed to the WTO or its member states. … The opening clause of Article 2.1 is: “Without prejudice to other rights and obligations of the 1994 GATT.” This language suggests that the provision is not intended to restrict the other rights available to members under the 1994 GATT. The right to discriminate against public procurement, subject to the conditions and requirements of Article III, paragraph 8, point a), is a right recognized by the 1994 GATT. … 2. A clear list of TRITs incompatible with the national treatment obligation under Article III paragraph 4 of the 1994 GATT and the general elimination of quantitative restrictions under Article XI paragraph 1 of Article XI of the 1994 GATT is included in the annex of this agreement. 1. THE TRIM incompatible with the national treatment obligation under Article III, paragraph 4 of the 1994 GATT Treaty, include those that are mandatory or enforceable by national legislation or by administrative decision, or whose compliance is necessary to obtain an advantage, and which require: b) the importation of products used in or linked to its local production. : limiting their access to foreign exchange to an amount related to the foreign exchange portfolio, inflows attributable to the business; Or for the above reasons, we believe that the panel rightly rejected the European Union`s argument that Article III:8 (a) of the 1994 GATT does not apply to measures within the scope of Article 2.2 of the TRIPS agreement and the attached figure list. That is why we criticised the group`s comment in point 7.121 of the panel`s reports, that “paragraph 1, point a) of the indicative list attached to the TRIPS agreement d [id] does not exclude the need to examine [the group] if the measures under attack fall outside the scope of Article III:4 of GATT 1994 as a result of the application of Article III:8 A) of GATT 1994.” … 2.
The Committee takes care of the tasks entrusted to it by the Council for Trade in Goods and gives members the opportunity to hold consultations on any issue relating to the implementation and implementation of this agreement. Thus, while we do not exclude that certain measures conferring an advantage within the meaning of paragraph 1 of the ADPIC illustrative list may also benefit from an advantage within the meaning of Article 1, paragraph 1, point b), of the SCM Convention, it is conceivable that a measure conferring an advantage within the meaning of paragraph 1 of the ADPIC illustrative list would not confer any benefit within the meaning of Article 1 , paragraph 1 of the SCM agreement.