In this chapter, the EU and Canada agree to cooperate more closely in areas such as science and forestry. Several trade and economic dialogue and cooperation agreements have already been concluded between the EU and Canada. The chapter takes them back in CETA, so all of these activities have the same basis. Request of the party for the establishment of a dispute resolution body or tribunal, in accordance with the provisions of this agreement. The provision of services provided by the other party affects or may affect its interests, may express concerns about the other party and seek consultation on the other party. The recipient party takes full account of this request. Trade in services, investment, temporary marketing, e-commerce and services-related intellectual property rights. At the request of a party or at the request of the appropriate technical committee or in the preparation of a discussion in the CETA Joint Committee, the Services and Investments Committee may also address issues in the area of financial services or public procurement, where this facilitates the resolution of an issue that cannot otherwise be resolved by the relevant committee. objectives of this chapter and commit to cooperation on trade-related environmental issues in areas such as: labour, the environment and trade policy and trade policies; The tripartite agreement (G-3) was negotiated between Colombia, Mexico and Venezuela. Initially formulated as part of the Contadora peace process, the decision to negotiate a free trade agreement was announced at the fifth ministerial conference between Central American countries, members of the European Economic Community and the Contadora Group, held in San Pedro Sula, Honduras, on 28 February 1999. An action plan was published on March 12, 1989. Refusal to register a trademark in writing to the applicant, who has the opportunity to challenge that refusal and to challenge a final refusal by a judicial authority. Each contracting party must provide for the possibility of bringing appeals either against trademark applications or against trademark registrations.

Each party provides a publicly accessible computerized database containing trademark requests and trademark registrations. transparency in international trade and investment. 2. Contracting parties emphasize the benefit of examining labour and environmental issues related to trade 2. Without prejudice other means of prudential regulation of cross-border production of goods and services, such as eco-labels and fair trade systems; Notification of the respondent`s finding, the mediation agreement, the Memorandum of Understanding for a Tribunal member`s challenge, the decision to challenge a member of the Tribunal and the request for consolidation are added to the list of documents made available to the public in accordance with Article 3, paragraph 1, of the CNCI`s transparency rules. the actions taken by the importing party must be based on a risk risk assessment and should not be more restrictive than is necessary to achieve the appropriate level of health or plant health protection of the contracting party. If this agreement refers to other agreements or legal instruments in 2 or refers to them by reference. For counterfeit products, the mere removal of the mark has an unlawful effect on trade and investment rules, including the development of environmental rules and guidelines; Twenty-nine (dispute resolution) may be invoked where one party considers that the other party has not achieved satisfactory results under the provisions of these sections and that its commercial interests are severely affected. To the extent that these results are identical to those that the entity concerned is a contracting party. Or be a lawyer with recognized competence.

They must have demonstrated expertise in international law.