12.2 This article should not be interpreted in the sense that it alters or affects a member`s rights or obligations under these bilateral, plurilateral or regional conventions, or regulates the exchange of customs information and data under these other agreements. 12.1 This article does not prevent a Member from concluding or maintaining a bilateral, multilateral or regional agreement on the exchange or exchange of customs information and data, even on a safe and fast basis, for example on an automatic basis. B or before the shipment arrives. The WTO Trade Facilitation Agreement (TFA) came into force on 22 February 2017. This is the result of the Doha round of trade negotiations launched in 2001. The text of the TFA was adopted by WTO members at the 9th Ministerial Conference in Bali on 3 and 6 December 2013. The agreement entered into force in accordance with Article X:3 of the WTO agreement and members must individually accept the amendment to the WTO agreement by tabling an instrument for accepting the amendment protocol adopted on 27 November 2014. An updated list of members who have adopted the minutes is available on the WTO website. Under the Trade Facilitation Agreement, WTO members aim: 2.3 A member does not require an original declaration or copy of export declarations submitted to the export member state`s customs authorities as an import. (11) ARTICLE 6: DISCIPLINES ON CHARGES AND CHARGES IMPOSED ON OR IN CONNECTION WITH IMPORT AND EXPORTATION AND PENALTYS If a member adopts a notification system or guidelines to its relevant authorities to improve border controls or inspections of food, beverages or animal feed covered by the notification or guidance for human protection , adopts or maintains, plants or plants or sanitary plants on its territory, the following disciplines apply to the terms of their issuance, termination or suspension: (a) applies to any problem related to the application of the provisions or parts of the provisions of this agreement; 11.2 The required member may suspend his obligations to the requesting member under this section until the measures covered in paragraph 11.1 are taken. 2.
The Committee establishes a panel of experts immediately and no later than sixty days after receiving notification from the member of the developing or least developed countries. The panel will address this issue and make a recommendation to the Committee within 120 days of its composition. 2. Each developing country and the least developed country decides to organise, on an individual basis, the provisions it adopts in the various categories A, B and C. 9.3, either to induce an importer or to allow it to ensure the proper storage of perishable goods until they are released. The member may require that all storage equipment set up by the importer have been approved or designated by its relevant authorities. The transport of goods to these storage facilities, including the authorizations granted to the operator who moves the goods, may, if necessary, be subject to the authorization of the competent authorities. Where possible and in accordance with national law, the member ensures, at the request of the importer, all the procedures necessary for the release of these storage facilities. (c) Category C contains provisions that designate a developing or least developed country for implementation following a transition period following the entry into force of this agreement and provide for the acquisition of implementation capabilities through assistance and capacity-building assistance in accordance with Article 16.