Annex 3.25 Of The Cafta Dr Agreement

(a) at the request of an interested company, the United States lists a fabric, fibre or quantity in Schedule 3.25 within 30 business days of receipt of the application, when the United States finds, based on information provided by interested companies, that fabric, fibre or yarn is not available in commercial quantities in a timely manner. , or if no interested entity disagrees with the requirement. Article 3.25.7 (rules of origin and related cases) applies to a credit for textiles or clothing instead of paragraph 1. Because of these exclusions, there is no need to knit collars, chews and rib glues from yarn listed in Schedule 3.25 (short supply list) or original yarns. b) If, at the end of the one-year period, Costa Rica and the Dominican Republic have failed to reach an agreement on measures to trigger agricultural protection for goods classified under headings and subheadings under point a), Costa Rica may apply for these products an trigger amount corresponding to agricultural coverage equal to 130% of the quota amount of the quota under Schedule II of the Costa General Notes. Rica. Appendix 3.3. Note: This list remains in effect until the United States publishes a replacement list that amends the section 3.25.4 or 3.25.5 list. Any replacement list replaces this list and any prior replacement list, and the United States publishes the replacement list at the same time as the U.S.

decision under Article 3.25.4 and six months after the U.S. decision under Article 3.25.5. The United States provides the other contracting parties with a copy of the replacement list at the time of the list`s publication. (e) where the United States finds, prior to the effective date of this agreement, that non-Schedule 3.25 fabrics or yarns are not available in commercial quantities in the United States pursuant to Section 112 B (5) (B) of the African Growth and Opportunity Act (19 U.S.C). 3721 (b)), Section 204 (b) (3) (B) (ii) of the Andean Trade Act (19 U.S.C 3203(b) (3) (B) ii)) – or Section 213 (b),2) (A) (v)) of the Caribbean Basin Economic Recovery Act (19 U.S.C. 2703 (b) (2) (A) (v) (II)) adds these substances or veins in unlimited quantities to the list list in Schedule 3.25. (b) the laws, regulations and procedures of the importing party and the exporting party that implement other international agreements relating to the trade in textile or clothing products. 6. Parties in Central America and the Dominican Republic may agree to amend the rules of origin in Appendix 3.3.6 (Special Rules of Origin), provided they inform the United States and provide the opportunity to view the proposed amendments at least 60 days before such an agreement is reached. b) guaranteeing the accuracy of the original mentions for textile or clothing products; and (c) deterring the circumvention of the laws, regulations and procedures of contracting parties or international agreements affecting trade in textiles or clothing products. For textiles and clothing, see Article 3.25.7 and CafTA-DR Schedule 4.1 for the corresponding de minimis rule.

(b) to introduce a limit on the amount of tissues, yarns or fibres added to Schedule 3.25, where the United States finds, based on information provided by interested companies, that tissues, yarns or fibres are available in commercial quantities on the territory of one of the contracting parties.