(c) the member immediately terminates or suspends the notification or directions where the circumstances that led to it no longer exist or where modified circumstances can be addressed in a less restrictive manner; and each member shall prevail, where appropriate, over regular consultations between its border agencies and its traders or other stakeholders in its territory. 12.1 This Article shall not prevent a Member from entering into or maintaining a bilateral, plurilateral or regional agreement on the exchange or exchange of customs information and data, even on a secure and expediting basis, for example. B on an automatic basis or before the arrival of the shipment. The ATT contains twelve articles on trade facilitation and customs cooperation in Section I, ten articles on special and differential treatment of developing and least developed countries in Section II, and two articles on institutional arrangements and final provisions in Section III. The TFA deals almost exclusively with tariff-related matters. (c) the least limiting measure where two or more alternative measures are reasonably available to achieve the policy objective or objectives concerned; and 12.2 Nothing in this Article shall be construed to modify or impair a Member`s rights or obligations under such bilateral, plurilateral or regional agreements, or to regulate the exchange of customs information and data under such other agreements. Section I contains provisions to expedite the transport, making available and handling of goods, including goods in transit. It clarifies and improves the relevant Articles (V, VIII and X) of the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT) 1994. It also contains provisions on customs cooperation. 1.1 Each Member shall, to the extent possible and in accordance with its national law and legal system, provide traders and other interested parties with a reasonable opportunity and time to decide on the proposal to introduce or amend laws and regulations of general application with regard to the transport, making available and customs clearance of goods, including goods in transit. Each Member shall establish and/or maintain a National Committee for Trade Facilitation or designate an existing mechanism that facilitates both national coordination and the implementation of the provisions of this Agreement.

2. Each Member shall cooperate, as far as possible and to the extent possible, on mutually agreed terms with other Members with whom it shares a common border, in order to coordinate procedures at border crossing points in order to facilitate cross-border trade. Such cooperation and coordination may include: 3. Members of the least developed countries shall make commitments only to the extent consistent with their individual development, financial and trade needs or their administrative and institutional capacities. 1.5 The Committee shall maintain close contacts with other international organisations in the field of trade facilitation, such as the ORGANISATION, with a view to obtaining the best possible advice for the implementation and management of this Agreement and to ensure that unnecessary duplication is avoided. To this end, the Committee may invite representatives of these organizations or their subsidiary bodies: 2.3 Members are invited to provide other commercial information on the Internet, including relevant trade legislation and other matters referred to in paragraph 1.1. . . .

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