Transfer Agreement In Inglese

(c) The Contracting Parties, in agreement with the International Monetary Fund, shall establish rules for the conversion of currencies by the Parties, for which several exchange rates shall be maintained in accordance with the Articles of the International Monetary Fund Agreement. For the purposes of paragraph 2 of this Article, either Party may apply these provisions in lieu of the use of nominal values. Pending the adoption of such provisions by the Parties, either Party may apply to such currencies conversion rules for the purposes of paragraph 2 aimed at effectively reflecting the value of that currency in commercial transactions. 1. as regards customs duties and taxes of any kind levied on or in connection with the import or export or on the international transfer of payments for imports or exports, the method of collection of such duties and taxes and all rules and formalities relating to imports and exports, and in all areas referred to in Article III(2) and (4)*, any advantage, privilege, privilege or immunity granted by a Contracting Party to an originating product or to another country, the like product originating in the territory of all the other Contracting Parties or destined for the territory of all the other Contracting Parties: immediately and unconditionally. (d) At the request of a Party that can demonstrate on a first-sight view that the restrictions are inconsistent with the provisions of this Article or with those referred to in Article XIII (subject to Article XIV), and that their trade is thereby affected, the Contracting Parties shall request any Party that applies restrictions under this Article to enter into consultations with them. However, such a request shall be made only if the Contracting Parties have found that the direct discussions between the Parties concerned have not been successful. In the absence of agreement following consultations with the Parties and finding that the restrictions are applied in contravention of those provisions and that they cause or threaten injury to the trade of the Party initiating the proceedings, they shall recommend the lifting or modification of the restrictions. 2. In all cases where the Parties are invited to examine or address problems related to foreign exchange reserves, balances of payments or exchange rate regimes, they shall consult fully with the International Monetary Fund. In the course of such consultations, the Parties shall accept all statistical and other findings of fact presented by the Fund with respect to currencies, foreign exchange reserves and balances of payments and shall agree that the Fund shall decide whether a Party`s foreign exchange action is in accordance with the Articles of the International Monetary Fund Agreement; or with the terms of a special exchange agreement between that Party and the Contracting Parties. .

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