1. Members agreed that bypassing by transshipment, diversion, misrepresenting land or places of origin, and falsifying official documents nullifies the implementation of this agreement to integrate the textile and clothing sector into the 1994 GATT. Therefore, members should define the necessary legislation and/or administrative procedures to combat this circumvention and take action. Members also agreed that they would cooperate fully, in accordance with their national laws and procedures, to resolve issues arising from circumvention. 2. Members agree that the introduction of amendments, such as Z.B. changes in the practices, rules, procedures and categorizations of textile and clothing products, including changes related to the harmonized system, in the implementation or management of restrictions notified or applied under this agreement, should not disturb the balance of rights and obligations between the members concerned under this agreement; Affect a member`s access obstruct the full use of this access; or disrupt trade under this agreement. (11) In extremely unusual and critical circumstances in which a delay would cause a harm that is difficult to repair, action may be taken on an interim basis in accordance with paragraph 10, provided that the request for consultation and notification to the TMB are made within a maximum of five working days from the time the measure is taken. If the consultation does not reach an agreement, the TMB informs the TMB at the end of the consultations and no later than sixty days after the implementation date of the action. The TMB immediately reviews the issue and makes appropriate recommendations to the members concerned within 30 days.
In the event that consultations reach an agreement, members notify the TMB once completed and no later than 90 days after the action is implemented. The TMB may make recommendations that it deems appropriate for the members concerned. 10. However, if there is no agreement among members after the 60-day period from the date of the consultation request expires, the member responsible for taking safeguards may apply the restriction to dementia. or to apply the export date in accordance with the provisions of this article within 30 days of the 60-day period for consultations, while having the issue known by the TMB. It is open to both Member States to refer the matter to the TMB before the 60-day period expires. In both cases, the TMB promptly reviews the matter, including the finding of serious injury or a real threat to such damage, and its causes, and makes appropriate recommendations to the members concerned within 30 days. For the purposes of this review, the TMB disposes of the factual data provided to the Chair of the TMB in accordance with paragraph 7 as well as any other relevant information provided by the members concerned. (d) a member of the textile and clothing products that that member has exported to another member for processing and later re-importing, in accordance with the legislation and practice of the importer and subject to satisfactory control and certification procedures, when these products are imported from a Member State for which this type of trade represents a significant part of all its textile and clothing exports, is favoured by a member. 3. For the duration of this agreement, members will submit notifications to the TMB, within 60 days of its entry into force, which will be communicated to all other WTO bodies regarding any further restrictions or changes to existing restrictions on textile and clothing products, in accordance with a 1994 GATT provision.
(c) on the first day of the 121st month of the WTO agreement, the textile and clothing sector is included in the 1994 GATT, with all restrictions in this agreement removed.