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Committee on Subsidies and Countervailing Measures - Minutes of the special meeting held on 25 April 2017
日期:2017/08/03
作者:Committee on Subsidies and Countervailing Measures
文件編號:G/SCM/M/100
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Committee on Subsidies and Countervailing Measures Original: English
MINUTES OF THE SPECIAL MEETING
HELD ON 25 APRIL 2017
CHAIR: MR JIN-DONG KIM (KOREA)

1. The Committee on Subsidies and Countervailing Measures ("Committee") held a special
meeting on 25 April 2017, convened in WTO/AIR/SCM/14 dated 13 April 2017.

2. The Committee adopted the following agenda:

1 REVIEW OF 2015 NEW AND FULL SUBSIDY NOTIFICATIONS
(G/SCM/N/284/...) NOT PREVIOUSLY REVIEWED ........................................................... 2
1.1 Afghanistan (G/SCM/N/284/AFG) .................................................................................. 2
1.2 China (G/SCM/N/95/CHN/Suppl.1-G/SCM/N/123/CHN/Suppl.1-
G/SCM/N/155/CHN/Suppl.1-G/SCM/N/186/CHN/Suppl.1- G/SCM/N/220/CHN/Suppl.1 -
G/SCM/N/253/CHN/Suppl.1 - G/SCM/N/284/CHN/Suppl.1) ...................................................... 2
1.3 Cuba (G/SCM/N/284/CUB) ............................................................................................ 3
1.4 European Union (G/SCM/N/284/EU, Addenda 7 and Corr.1, Addenda 8, 22, 23, 24
pertaining to Denmark, Estonia, Portugal, Romania, and Slovak Republic) ................................. 3
1.5 Guyana (G/SCM/N/95/GUY - G/SCM/N/123/GUY - G/SCM/N/155/GUY -
G/SCM/N/186/GUY - G/SCM/N/220/GUY - G/SCM/N/253/GUY - G/SCM/N/284/ GUY) .................. 3
1.6 Honduras (G/SCM/N/284/HND) ..................................................................................... 3
1.7 India (G/SCM/N/284/IND) ............................................................................................ 3
1.8 Kazakhstan (G/SCM/N/284/KAZ and Corr.1) ................................................................... 4
1.9 Mali (G/SCM/N/284/MLI) .............................................................................................. 4
1.10 Russian Federation (G/SCM/N/284/RUS) ...................................................................... 4
1.11 Saint Lucia (G/SCM/N/284/LCA - G/SCM/N/290/LCA) ..................................................... 4
1.12 Seychelles (G/SCM/N/284/SYC) ................................................................................... 4
1.13 Zambia (G/SCM/N/253/ZMB - G/SCM/N/284/ZMB) ........................................................ 4
2 REVIEW OF 2013 NEW AND FULL SUBSIDY NOTIFICATIONS
(G/SCM/N/253/…) NOT PREVIOUSLY REVIEWED ........................................................... 4
2.1 India (G/SCM/N/253/IND/Suppl.3) ................................................................................ 5
3 REVIEW OF 2011 NEW AND FULL SUBSIDY NOTIFICATIONS
(G/SCM/N/220/…) NOT PREVIOUSLY REVIEWED ........................................................... 5
4 REVIEW OF 2009 NEW AND FULL SUBSIDY NOTIFICATIONS
(G/SCM/N/186/…) NOT PREVIOUSLY REVIEWED ........................................................... 5
5 REVIEW OF 2007 NEW AND FULL SUBSIDY NOTIFICATIONS
(G/SCM/N/155/…) NOT PREVIOUSLY REVIEWED ........................................................... 5
6 REVIEW OF 2005 NEW AND FULL SUBSIDY NOTIFICATIONS
(G/SCM/N/123/…) NOT PREVIOUSLY REVIEWED ........................................................... 5
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7 REVIEW OF 2003 NEW AND FULL SUBSIDY NOTIFICATIONS (G/SCM/N/95/…) NOT PREVIOUSLY REVIEWED ............................................................. 5
8 CONTINUATION OF REVIEW OF 2015 NEW AND FULL NOTIFICATIONS (G/SCM/N/284/…) .......................................................................................................... 5
8.1 Australia (G/SCM/N/284/AUS) ...................................................................................... 5
8.2 China (G/SCM/N/220/CHN–G/SCM/N/253/CHN-G/SCM/N/284/CHN) .................................. 6
8.3 European Union (G/SCM/N/284/EU, Addenda 14, 15, and 20, pertaining to Ireland, Italy, and Netherlands, respectively) ..................................................................................... 7
8.4 Qatar (G/SCM/N/253/QAT-G/SCM/N/284/QAT) ............................................................... 8
8.5 United States (G/SCM/N/284/USA) ................................................................................ 8
9 CONTINUATION OF REVIEW OF 2013 NEW AND FULL SUBSIDY NOTIFICATIONS (G/SCM/N/253/…) ............................................................................... 8
9.1 European Union (G/SCM/N/253/EU, Addenda 1, 2, 6, 8, 13, 14, 17, 19, 24, pertaining to Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, and Slovenia, respectively) ................................................................................ 8
9.2 Russian Federation (G/SCM/N/253/RUS and G/SCM/N/253/RUS/Rev.1) ............................. 9
9.3 United States (G/SCM/N/253/USA) ................................................................................ 9
10 CONTINUATION OF REVIEW OF 2011 NEW AND FULL NOTIFICATIONS (G/SCM/N/220/...) ......................................................................................................... 9
11 CONTINUATION OF REVIEW OF 2009 NEW AND FULL NOTIFICATIONS (G/SCM/N/186/...) ....................................................................................................... 10
11.1 Gabon (G/SCM/N/186/GAB) .......................................................................................10
11.2 Turkey (G/SCM/N/186/TUR).......................................................................................10
1 REVIEW OF 2015 NEW AND FULL SUBSIDY NOTIFICATIONS (G/SCM/N/284/...) NOT PREVIOUSLY REVIEWED
3. The Chair recalled that at its April 2015 regular meeting, the Committee had decided to continue to apply the same procedures in G/SCM/117 according to which only notifications that had been circulated to Members in all three WTO working languages not later than 2 January 2017 could be reviewed at this meeting. Those notifications were listed in WTO/AIR/SCM/13. Written questions pertaining to those notifications had been due by 23 January 2017, and written answers by 27 March 2017.
4. The Chair noted that Brazil had submitted its 2015 new and full subsidy notification which would be immediately circulated and sent for translation so that it could be on the agenda for review at the Committee's fall 2017 special meeting.1
1.1 Afghanistan (G/SCM/N/284/AFG)
5. No Member raised any questions or comments about this notification.
6. The Committee took note of the notification.
1.2 China (G/SCM/N/95/CHN/Suppl.1-G/SCM/N/123/CHN/Suppl.1- G/SCM/N/155/CHN/Suppl.1-G/SCM/N/186/CHN/Suppl.1- G/SCM/N/220/CHN/Suppl.1 - G/SCM/N/253/CHN/Suppl.1 - G/SCM/N/284/CHN/Suppl.1)
7. Written questions concerning this multi-symbolled notification can be found in:
 G/SCM/Q2/CHN/69 – questions from the United States
1 G/SCM/N/284/BRA, 28 April 2017.
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8. China noted that it would provide its reply in the near future.
9. The Chair noted that as the questions had been submitted after the applicable deadline and no written replies had yet been provided, the Committee would return to this notification at its fall special meeting.
10. The Committee took note of the notification, questions and statements made.
1.3 Cuba (G/SCM/N/284/CUB)
11. No Member raised any questions or comments about this notification.
12. The Committee took note of the notification.
1.4 European Union (G/SCM/N/284/EU, Addenda 7 and Corr.1, Addenda 8, 22, 23, 24 pertaining to Denmark, Estonia, Portugal, Romania, and Slovak Republic)
13. No Member raised written questions about these notifications.
14. New Zealand welcomed the EU's reassurances that the structural support granted under the Maritime and Fisheries Fund (MFF) had no distortionary effects on trade and requested the EU to explain how the MFF support had been spent in practice. New Zealand also asked the EU to provide an update on the remaining operational programmes adopted after April 2015. It also recalled the progress made by the EU with respect to the Common Fisheries Policy and related fisheries funds, including the elimination of capacity enhancing subsidies such as vessel construction and modernization, and encouraged the EU to continue those reforms.