Agreement On Implementation Of Article Vi Of Gatt 1994


    Once the agreement of the companies concerned has been obtained, the investigating authorities should inform the authorities of the exporting member of the names and addresses of the companies to be visited and the dates agreed upon. An application under paragraph 1 contains evidence (a) dumping, (b) prejudice within the meaning of Article VI of the 1994 GATT in the interpretation of this agreement and (c) a link between dumped imports and the alleged harm. A mere allegation, which is not based on relevant evidence, cannot be considered sufficient to meet the requirements of this paragraph. The application contains the information reasonably available to the applicant on the following: an anti-dumping measure is applied only in the circumstances provided for in Article VI of the GATT of 1994 and as a result of investigations opened (1) and conducted in accordance with the provisions of this agreement. The following provisions govern the application of Article VI of the 1994 GATT, to the extent that measures are taken within the framework of anti-dumping provisions or regulations. The finding of prejudice within the meaning of Article VI of the 1994 GATT is based on positive evidence and includes an objective examination (a) of the volume of dumped imports and the effect of dumped imports on domestic prices of similar products and (b) of the effect of such imports on domestic producers of these products. This article does not affect the second additional provision in Article VI, paragraph 1, of Schedule I of the 1994 GATT. It should be customary to obtain explicit consent from the companies concerned before the planned participation of the companies concerned in the Export Member State. The committee reviews the implementation and implementation of this agreement annually, taking into account its objectives. The committee annually informs the Commodity Exchange Council of developments over the period applicable to them. CONVENTION ON THE APPLICATION OF ARTICLE VI OF THE GENERAL ACCORD ON TARIFS AND TRADE 1994 In order to verify the information transmitted or to obtain further details, the authorities may, if necessary, carry out investigations on the territory of other members, provided they obtain the agreement of the companies concerned and notify the representatives of the government of the member concerned. and unless that member disagrees with the investigation.

    The procedures described in Schedule I apply to investigations carried out on the territory of other Members. Subject to the obligation to protect confidential information, the authorities make the results of these investigations available to the companies to which they belong, or transmit them in accordance with paragraph 9, and may make it available to applicants. (24) The objective is not to exclude measures under other relevant provisions of the 1994 GATT. Another member may only take specific measures against export dumping in accordance with the provisions of the 1994 GATT, pursuant to the interpretation of this agreement. (19) The term “may” should not be interpreted in such a way that the procedure for implementing price commitments should continue simultaneously, unless provided for in paragraph 4.