If the importer proves, to the satisfaction of the Assistant Commissioner of Customs or the Deputy Commissioner of Customs, that the goods for which exemption is sought under this notice comply with the requirements of the Customs Tariff Rules 1976 (Determination of the Origin of Goods under the Bangkok Agreement), published by the Government of India in the Department of Revenue and Banking (Revenue Wing) No. 430-, conform. Customs, dated November 1, 1976. Upon receipt by the Committee of the respective declaration of intent of the participating State concerned, any amendment to Annex I shall enter into force 30 days after the date on which the Committee has declared by a two-thirds majority that such proposed amendment is compatible with the objectives of this Agreement. The governments of the participating States undertake to take all necessary internal administrative measures to comply with this provision. The national schedules of concessions of acceding States shall enter into force 30 days after the date on which the respective instruments of accession have been deposited with the Executive Secretary of ESCAP. Any dispute which may arise between the Participating States concerning the interpretation and application of the provisions of this Agreement or of any act adopted under it shall be settled amicably by an agreement between the Parties concerned. If the participating States are unable to settle a dispute between them, the dispute shall be referred to the Standing Committee for Settlement. The Standing Committee shall examine the matter and make a recommendation within 120 days of the date on which the dispute was submitted to it. The Standing Committee shall adopt appropriate rules to that effect.

The participating States agree to consider extending special tariff and non-tariff preferences to products contained in industrial cooperation agreements and joint ventures in other productive sectors concluded between all or part of them and/or with the participation of other ESCAP developing countries which are exclusively for the benefit of the countries participating in such agreements or commitments. The provisions of such agreements or commitments shall be included in protocols which enter into force for the participating States concerned after the Standing Committee has declared their compatibility with this Agreement. If, as a result of a revision of tariffs, a participating State reduces, cancels or cancels the value of concessions granted to the other participating States, it shall, within a reasonable time, take mutually acceptable compensatory measures to restore preferential margins of equal value, or shall immediately enter into consultations with the other participating States in accordance with Chapter IV with a view to a mutually satisfactory amendment of its national schedule of Concessions. For the purposes of this Article, a reasonable period of time means that it does not exceed six months from the date of issue of the notification of the tariff change. The participating State exceeding this period shall explain the reasons for this. This Convention shall not apply between the participating States if they have not entered into direct negotiations between them and if one of them does not accept its application at the time of its signature, the deposit of the instrument of ratification or the accession to that request. (i) These rules may be called rules for determining the origin of goods under the Rules of the Asia-Pacific Trade Agreement (formerly known as the Bangkok Agreement) of 2006. (ix) peeling, peeling, removing grain and removing bones; and each participating State shall, in accordance with its needs and development objectives, take appropriate measures to progressively relax non-tariff measures that may affect imports of products covered by its national schedule of concessions. Issues relating to technical barriers to trade and sanitary and phytosanitary measures between participating States will be addressed, to the extent possible, in accordance with WTO rules on these issues. The participating States shall also make available to each other, on a transparent basis, a list of non-tariff measures applicable to the goods granted. In order to monitor, coordinate and verify the implementation of this Agreement, the Participating States shall establish a Council at ministerial level composed of a Minister of the Competent Ministry of The Economy of each Participating State.

The Council shall meet at least every two years or, if necessary. The Committee shall assist the Council of Ministers in the performance of its tasks. (k) goods manufactured there exclusively from the products referred to in points (a) to (j). (a) Wholly obtained or wholly obtained products: the letter `A` shall be entered in box 8. . Hand-woven Saris Jamdani of heading No 50.07, 52.08 or 52.09, Jamdani dupattas Jamdani kamiz or jamdani fabric fabrics Article 13 does not apply to preferences granted by participating States:. (e) whether or not the requirements of Rule 2(b) are met, the following operations or procedures shall be deemed not to confer the status of originating products:. Communication No. 26/95-Cus., of 16-3-1995, as amended by Notifications No.

101/95-Cus., of 26-5-1995; No 120/95-Cus., of 12-7-1995; No 175/95-Cus., of 29-12-1995; No 44/96-Cus., of 23-7-1996; No 16/97-Cus., of 1-3-1997; No 28/98-Cus., of 2-6-1998, No 27/99-Cus., of 28-2-1999, No 20/2001-Cus, of 01.03.2001, No 135/2001 of 31.12.2001 and No 24/2002 of 01.03.2002. and. Products included in the national schedules of concessions annexed to this Agreement may receive preferential treatment if they comply with the rules of origin set out in Annex II, which forms an integral part of this Agreement. Products which satisfy the origin requirements laid down in Rule 2 and which are used by a participating State as an advance for a finished product eligible for preferential treatment by another participating State shall be considered as originating in the territory of the participating State in which the finished product has been worked or processed, provided that the total content originating in the territory of the participating States is at least 60 per cent of its f.o.b. Value. Printing paper with a content of 25 g/m².m. and above, but not more than 180 g/m².m. referred to in subheading No. . . .