Us Australia Free Trade Agreement Instructions

2. Article 10.3 provides that Article 10.3 does not provide that Article 10.3 provides that the contracting party is required to assess the training or experience acquired, the requirements or licences or certificates issued in the territory of the other party. On December 20, 2004, the President signed Proclamation 7857 (“Proclamation”) for the implementation of the AFTA. The proclamation, published in the Federal Register on December 23, 2004 (69 FR 77133), amended the United States Harmonized Tariff Plan (HTSUS) in accordance with Schedules I and II of U.S. Trade Commission Publication 3722. Changes to HTSUS include the addition of the new General Note 28, which includes the RULES of origin of the AFTA under the law, and the inclusion of preferential rates for individual products under the AFTA, for which the specific indicator “AU” is included in brackets in the “Special Rights” subsection throughout HTSUS. The amendments to the HTSUS also included a new Chapter XIII chapter of Chapter 99, which includes temporary tariff quotas and applicable SAFEGUARDs from the AFTA, as well as amendments to Chapter XXII of Chapter 98. Following the signing of the proclamation, CBP issued instructions to the sector and the public that implemented the agreement by allowing the trade to implement the benefits of the AFTA, which are effective as of January 1, 2005. 1. Cross-border trade in services or cross-border provision of services, provision of service: (1) promotion of sales and marketing; Media advertising Advertising and market research; Advertising and demonstration materials Exhibitions; sales conferences, fairs and conventions; Banners; Marketing screens Free samples Sales, marketing and after-sales literature (product brochures, catalogues, specialized books, price lists, service manuals, sales aid information); Start Printed Page 7312 configuration and protection of logos and trademarks; Sponsorship; replenishment costs for wholesale and retail trade; Entertainment (a) are used exclusively by a national or resident of the other party, or under personal control, in the exercise of that person`s activity, trade or profession; 4.

When a party refuses to initiate a request from the other party to enter into negotiations or facilitate an agreement to facilitate the recognition of the results of compliance assessment procedures implemented by entities located on the territory of the other parties, it specifies, at the request of that other party, the reasons for its decision. The contracting parties, if they agree, will continue to reflect on this issue and will consider the creation of an ad hoc working group in accordance with Article 8.9.3. 2. If, within 30 days of the start of the consultations, the parties are unable to agree on compensation, the contracting party against which the measure is applied may suspend the application of concessions with respect to products originating from the other party whose commercial effects are substantially equivalent to the safeguard measure. Chapter 4 of the AFTA contains provisions relating to the trade in textile and clothing products between Australia and the United States under the AFTA. Chapter A of the fifth chapter of the AFTA sets the rules for determining whether an imported type of product is a character originating in the United States or Australia and can therefore benefit, under the AFTA, from preferential treatment (tariffs or reduced duties) under the AFTA in accordance with the agreement and HTSUS. 4. However, where fair value is denominated in Australian dollars and the Australian dollar is not transferable at the time of payment at market price, or if it is determined to another currency that is not freely usable, the offset in paragraph 1, point c), converted into currency at the exchange rate in effect on the day of payment, is at least equal to : : 1.

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