> Go to a basic statement of agreements … > … > more technical list of acronyms that, as part of the Uruguay Round multilateral trade negotiations under the GATT, will create a much more open and stable international trading environment for agriculture, resources, manufacturing, services, technology and investment; CONSIDERING that the World Trade Organization, which succeeds GATT, will also be the forum for future trade negotiations to promote global trade liberalization and develop new global trade rules; CONSIDERING that trade expansion contributes to job creation, a higher standard of living, greater choice for consumers and a strengthening of Canada`s economic union; (a) the agreements listed in Appendix 1A, 1B, 1C, 2 and 3 of this agreement and the World Trade Organization provide for integrated and strengthened management of the new multilateral trading system, including trade dispute resolution; CONSIDERING that the multilateral trading system, which has agreed on market access conditions and non-discriminatory trade rules applicable to all, is the cornerstone of Canada`s trade policy; The WTOs agreements are often regarded as the final act of the Uruguay Round of 1986-1994, although the final act is, strictly speaking, the first of the agreements. You can download these texts as WordPerfect or PDF files. (b) The Schedule 4 agreements of this agreement, adopted by Canada, are essential for the future of the Canadian economy and for Canada`s long-term competitiveness and sustainable development; 2. No provision is made under the subsection (1) unless the Governor of the Council is satisfied that the agreement is in force. . 10 The Governor of the Council may appoint any member of the Queen`s Secret Council for Canada as Canada`s representative for the Ministerial Conference under Article IV of the Agreement. 9 The Governor of the Council may, by order, appoint any member of the Queen`s Privy Council for Canada for the purposes of a provision of the Act. Back to footnote [Note: sections 1 to 47, 50 to 55, 70 to 91, 93 to 114, 119 to 128, 132 to 140, 144 to 189 and 202 to 211 and sections 1, 2 and 5 of Schedule IV, effective January 1, 1995, see SI/95-5; Parts A, B and C of Scheme I in effect on January 1, 1995, see SI/95-6; certain provisions of Part D and Part E of Schedule I, effective January 1, 1995, see SI/95-7; Sections 48 and 49 in effect on August 1, 1995, see SI/95-83; certain provisions of Part D of the first part of Schedule I, see SI/95-87 and SI/95-88; Sections 56 to 69, 115, 117, 118, 129 to 131, 141 to 143 and 190 to 201 and Sections 3 and 4 of Schedule IV in effect as of January 1, 1996, see SI/96-1; Section 116 in effect on January 1, 1996, see SI/96-3; Sections 212 to 219 and Calendars II and III were repealed prior to entry into force (see 2008, c.
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