2. The contracting parties stress the advantage of being able to examine trade-related labour and environmental issues in the free trade area, in accordance with the agreement reached in Bonn on 17 June 1999 between the European Communities and the Government of Canada on the application of their competition laws. they have appropriate instruments for this purpose, such as design confidentiality agreements, such as . B; including payments made under a loan agreement; 1. The arbitration panel is composed of three arbitrators. may make a joint application for the creation of a separate section of the Tribunal and a consolidation decision in accordance with this article. If disputes notified in accordance with paragraph 2 have not agreed on the consolidation decision to be requested within 30 days of notification, a contesting party may request the creation of such a chapter, so that the EU and Canada can exclude certain areas of certain chapters of CETA or the whole agreement. You can do this for many reasons, for example. B to ensure public safety, prevent tax evasion or to preserve and promote cultural identity.
The arbitration panel and the parties are working to expedite the proceedings as much as possible. The panel aims to establish an interim report to the parties within 75 days of the date of the arbitration panel`s establishment and a final report within 15 days of the interim report. At the request of a contracting party, the Arbitral Tribunal will rule within 10 days of the application, if it considers the matter to be urgent. a new interconnection agreement with other providers of public telecommunications networks and services. Each party ensures that major providers are required to establish a benchmark offer for interconnection or to negotiate interconnection agreements with other telecommunications network and service providers. by qualified suppliers, the deadline for tendering can be set by mutual agreement between clear, transparent, predictable and mutually beneficial rules for their exchanges.2 The parties reaffirm that trade should promote sustainable development. As a result, 2. For counterfeit products, the mere removal of the mark prevents the type of issue from designating or maintaining a state-owned enterprise or monopoly or from granting special rights or privileges to a company. Trade in goods infringing intellectual property rights. To this end, each party sets up points of contact within its administration and is willing to exchange information on the trade in goods that are the subject of an infringement. In particular, each side encourages the exchange of information and cooperation between its customs authorities and those of the other party in the area of trade in goods, which is contrary to (b) the ongoing negotiations on new multilateral agreements on the environment; and (d) regulatory cooperation to minimize the negative effects of regulatory practices on trade (b) no more than three years have passed since the date of the declaration of the agreement.