Association Agreement Between Eu Morocco

(1) Incompatible with the proper functioning of this Agreement, in so far as they may affect trade between the Community and Morocco: Morocco signed the Agadir Agreement with Jordan, Egypt and Tunisia in 2004. It required all parties to treat all customs duties on trade between them and to harmonize their legislation with regard to customs standards and procedures. The Agadir Agreement entered into force in July 2006 and is being implemented by the Agadir Technical Unit in Amman. In the case of practices incompatible with paragraph 1 (c) of this Article, such appropriate measures may be adopted, where the GATT applies to them, only in accordance with the procedures and conditions laid down in the general customs and trade agreements and in all other relevant instruments negotiated under its auspices and applicable between the Contracting Parties: are defined. IIA Mapping Project The IIA Mapping Project is a cooperative initiative between UNCTAD and universities around the world to represent the content of IIAs. The resulting database serves as a tool to understand trends in the development of the IIA, assess the prevalence of different policy approaches and identify examples of contracts. The "Mapping of IIA Content" allows you to browse the results of previous projects (the page will be updated regularly when the new results are updated). Please cite as: UNCTAD, Mapping of IIA Content, available under For more information: Project page Cartography Description and methodology Document (d) Programmes and programmes to promote equal treatment between Moroccan and community citizens, mutual knowledge of cultures and civilizations, promotion of tolerance and elimination of discrimination. - the extension of tax advantages granted by a Contracting Party under an international agreement or arrangement to which it is bound, 2.

On the basis of the principles set out in paragraph 1, the Parties shall, where the circumstances are present, conclude agreements on the mutual recognition of qualifications. 1. The preferential treatment provided for in the Agreement shall apply only to products or materials transported between the territory of the Community and Morocco or, where Articles 4 and 5 apply, Algeria or Tunisia, without entering another territory. However, goods originating in Morocco or the Community, which constitute a single unsalted consignment, may transit through a territory other than that of the Community or Morocco or, if Article 3 applies, through Algerian or Tunisian inter-rental warehouses in that zone, provided that the goods have remained under the supervision of the customs authorities of the country of transit or storage and not other operations than unloading; Have been transhipped or have undergone other operations to conserve the unloading or the conservation exploitation of the state. Meetings shall be convened by the competent secretary, in agreement with the president. Before each meeting, the Chair shall be informed of the expected composition of the delegation of each Party. In order to ensure coordinated action to address the exceptional macroeconomic and financial problems which may result from the progressive implementation of this Agreement, the Parties shall closely monitor the development of trade and financial relations between the Community and Morocco within the framework of the regular economic dialogue defined in Title V.5. Where appropriate, the Contracting Parties shall determine by common accord other areas of economic cooperation. (a) promote cooperation between the economic operators of the Parties, including cooperation as regards Morocco`s access to Community business networks and decentralised cooperation networks; The Parties agree that Article 1(e) of the Protocol shall be without prejudice to Morocco`s right to special and differential treatment and other derogations granted to developing countries by the Agreement implementing Article VII of the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade.

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