incomplete or unfinished product, unless it has the essential character of a complete or completed part, component, subset or equipment of a civilian aircraft or ground coach (8) (e.g.B. an item bearing the part number of a civil aircraft manufacturer), materials in all their forms (e.g., an item bearing the part number of a civil aircraft manufacturer), materials in all their forms (e.g. B plates, plates, profiling forms, strips, bars, pipes, tubes or other shapes), unless they have been cut and/or trained in a civilian aircraft or ground coach, unless they are cut and/or trained (e.g. B items bearing the part number of a civil aircraft manufacturer), raw materials and consumer goods. 8.7 If a signatory believes or should interfere with its commercial interests in production, repair, maintenance, restoration, modification or change by another signatory, it may request that the matter be reconsidered by the Committee. On request, the Committee meets within 30 days and reviews the matter as soon as possible in order to resolve the issues as quickly as possible and, in particular, before a final solution is found elsewhere. In this context, the committee may, if necessary, issue such judgments or recommendations. This revision does not affect the rights of signatories under the GATT or multilaterally negotiated instruments under the GATT, as they affect the trade in civilian aircraft. In order to assist in the consideration of the relevant issues in the context of the GATT and these instruments, the committee may, if necessary, provide appropriate technical assistance. 3.1 The signatories note that the provisions of the agreement on technical barriers to trade in civilian aircraft apply. In addition, the signatories agree that civil aircraft certification requirements and specifications for operating and maintenance procedures will be governed by the provisions of the Technical Barriers to Trade Agreement, as is the case between the signatories. 5.2 Signatories do not apply quantitative restrictions or export licences or similar requirements to restrict exports of civilian vehicles to other signatories for commercial or competition reasons, in a manner inconsistent with the existing GATT provisions. In order to obtain as much freedom as possible from the world trade in civil aircraft, parts and related equipment, including the abolition of tariffs, and to obtain, where possible, the reduction or elimination of trade restrictions or distortions; New rubber tyres used for airplanes.

The signatories agree that by-products under the descriptions below and duly classified in the sub-positions and subheadings of the harmonized system are treated duty-free or franchise-free when these products are intended for use in civilian aircraft or ground-flight trainers and to accommodate them for manufacturing, repair, maintenance, restoration, modification or redevelopment. 8.1 A committee for the trade in civil aircraft, known as the “committee,” was established, made up of representatives of all signatories. The committee elects its own chairman. It meets, if necessary, no later than once a year, to allow the signatories to consult on all issues related to the implementation of this agreement, including developments in the civil aviation industry, to determine whether changes are needed to ensure the sustainability of free and undistorted trade, to examine all issues for which it has not been possible, through bilateral consultations, to find a satisfactory solution and to carry out the tasks entrusted to it under this agreement.

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