Title Vi Of The North American Free Trade Agreement Implementation Act

Section 3312, pub. L. 103-182, Title I, § 102, 8 December 1993, 107 Stat. 2062, described the relationship of the agreement with the law of the United States and the federated states. Note: However, not all copyright holders are entitled to a profit account: see § 100AG. 4. When determining a geographical indication, the Committee may not take any arguments into account in so far as the application asserts a trade mark right in the proposed geographical indication. Note: Geographical indications for wine produced in a country of agreement are not established in this division. They are defined in the agreement between Australia and the contracting country.

By. 4. Publication of the proposed rules on technical regulations and sanitary and phytosanitary measures. (a) under Articles 718 and 909 of NAFTA, each agency is subject to the provisions of the Administrative Procedures Act as amended (5 U.S.C. 551 et seq.), if Title 5, Section 553 of the United States Code applies, with respect to a proposed federal technical regulation or a federal animal sanitary or phytosanitary measure, with the exception of a measure under Section 104(a) of the NAFTA Implementation Act [formerly 19 U.S.C. 3314(a)) published or notified such a measure at least 75 days before the expiry date of the notice, except 🙁 section 361) Amend the Federal Act to authorize the Minister of Agriculture to authorize the importation of: (1) cattle, sheep or other ruminants and hogs from Canada or Mexico; and (2) from the British Virgin Islands to the U.S. Virgin Islands, solely for slaughter, cattle that have been infested or exposed to ticks upon release of those ticks. Requires, inter alia, that the Standards Information Centre of the Ministry of Commerce provide the public with documents and information on: (1) general application of sanitary or phytosanitary measures by federal or regional authorities; and (2) participation of the Federal State, the Länder and non-governmental organisations in international and regional standardisation bodies and conformity assessment systems, as well as in bilateral and multilateral agreements on standard-setting measures. . . .