Chapter Iv Agreement Requesting System

3. In addition to paragraphs 1 and 2, some parties have bilateral agreements between these parties. 6. In order to strengthen the cooperation provided for in this article between the contracting parties in the prevention and fight against customs offences, a party that receives an application under paragraph 4, subject to its laws, regulations and procedures, including the provisions covered by Article 4.9.4 (Confidentiality), communicates to the applicant, after receiving an application , information on the existence of an importer. , an exporter or producer, products from an importer, exporter or producer, or other issues related to this chapter. The information may contain all correspondence, reports, bills, invoices, order contracts or other information relating to the application of laws or regulations relating to the application. The final version of the general regime of Chapter 4 of DR-CAFTA governs trade between the seven countries; In addition, the Central American original regime can also be applied as an option to trade between the five members of the United States Common Market (CACM). Dr.-CAFTA also provides for the use of three systems of rules of origin per product, which can, in some cases, be applied according to the products marketed and the countries concerned. Consultation: (Chile-U.S.) Both agreements provide for similar mechanisms for consulting and verification of their textile product rules, so that contracting parties can determine whether there is significant or significant production in their territory and make the necessary changes in accordance with the procedures established in the amendable agreements. The timetables for the various stages of this process differ in both agreements.

In addition, DR-CAFTA sets out the steps and deadlines that the United States must meet to add a fabric, fiber or wire in an unlimited amount or limited to the list list in Schedule 3.25. The General Assembly will carry out its duties with respect to the international trust system assigned to it under Chapters XII and XIII, including the approval of trust arrangements for territories that are not identified as strategic.