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Committe on Trade in Civil Aircraft - Report (2014) of the Committee on Trade in Civil Aircraft
日期:2014/11/07
作者:Committe on Trade in Civil Aircraft
文件編號:WT/L/938
附件下載:WTL938.doc
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REPORT (2014) OF THE COMMITTEE ON
TRADE IN CIVIL AIRCRAFT

1.  This report is submitted under Article 8.2 of the Agreement on Trade in Civil Aircraft (hereinafter the "Agreement") and Article IV.8 of the Marrakesh Agreement Establishing the World Trade Organization. It sets out the activities of the Committee since November 2013.

2.  There are 32 Signatories to the Agreement: Albania; Canada; the European Union[1] (the following 20 EU Member States are also Signatories to the Agreement on Trade in Civil Aircraft in their own right: Austria; Belgium; Bulgaria; Denmark; Estonia; France; Germany; Greece; Ireland; Italy; Latvia; Lithuania; Luxembourg; Malta; the Netherlands; Portugal; Romania; Spain; Sweden and the United Kingdom), Egypt; Georgia; Japan; Macao, China; Montenegro; Norway; Switzerland; Chinese Taipei and the United States. WTO Members with observer status in the Committee are: Argentina; Australia; Bangladesh; Brazil; Cameroon; China; Colombia; Gabon; Ghana; India; Indonesia; Israel; Korea, Republic of; Mauritius; Nigeria; Oman; Russian Federation; Saudi Arabia, Kingdom of; Singapore; Sri Lanka; Trinidad and Tobago; Tunisia; Turkey and Ukraine. The IMF and UNCTAD are also observers.

3.  Since its last Annual Report to the General Council (WT/L/897), the Committee on Trade in Civil Aircraft held one regular meeting, on 4 November 2014. At the regular meeting, the Committee elected Mr Hsiao-Yin WU of Chinese Taipei as its new Chairperson, continued to discuss its work on the revision of the Product Coverage Annex in order to bring it into conformity with the 2007 Harmonized Commodity and Description System and agreed on the date of the next regular meeting. The agenda and minutes of this meeting will be issued as document TCA/M/30.

4.  The Technical Sub-Committee of the Committee on Trade in Civil Aircraft did not meet during the period under review and neither did the Sub-Committee of the Committee on Trade in Civil Aircraft.

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[1] Currently comprising 28 Member States: Austria; Belgium; Bulgaria; Croatia; Cyprus; Czech Republic; Denmark; Estonia; Finland; France; Germany; Greece; Hungary; Ireland; Italy; Latvia; Lithuania; Luxembourg; Malta; the Netherlands; Poland; Portugal; Romania; Slovak Republic; Slovenia; Spain; Sweden; and the United Kingdom.