The Geneva Charter for an International Trade Organization: A Commentary

U.S. Government Printing Office, 1947 - 27 Seiten

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Seite 1 - The Governments of Argentina, Australia, Belgium, Chile, the French Republic, Japan, New Zealand, Norway, the Union of South Africa, the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, and the United States of America...
Seite 8 - Article undertake: (i) to avoid unnecessary damage to the commercial or economic interests of any other contracting party; (ii) not to apply restrictions so as to prevent unreasonably the importation of any description of goods in minimum commercial quantities...
Seite 27 - The Court may give an advisory opinion on any legal question at the request of whatever body may be authorized by or in accordance with the Charter of the United Nations to make such a request.
Seite 24 - Article shall not exceed those necessary: (i) to forestall the imminent threat of, or to stop, a serious decline in its monetary reserves, or (ii) in the case of a contracting party with very low monetary reserves to achieve a reasonable rate of increase in its reserves.
Seite 12 - Member may have to use import restrictions as a step towards the restoration of equilibrium in its balance of payments on a sound and lasting basis. (b) The...
Seite 8 - ... on imports of different products or classes of products in such a way as to give priority to the importation of those products which are more essential in the light of such policies.
Seite 24 - Article, it shall request each Member concerned to take every possible remedial action, and may also recommend to the Members concerned remedial measures to be carried out in accordance with their respective laws and procedures.
Seite 24 - Organization to prevent, on the part of private or public commercial enterprises, business practices affecting international trade which restrain competition, limit access to markets, or foster monopolistic control...
Seite 8 - Contracting parties undertake, in carrying out their domestic policies, to pay due regard to the need for maintaining or restoring equilibrium in their balance of payments on a sound and lasting basis and to the desirability of avoiding an uneconomic employment of productive resources.
Seite 1 - In February 1946 the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations, at its first meeting, adopted a resolution calling for an international conference on trade and employment to consider the creation of an International Trade Organization. It also established a Preparatory Committee of 19 countries to arrange for the conference and to prepare a draft Charter for such an Organization.