2.2 Each signatory adopts: (a) a system of final use of the customs administration or adapts it to fulfil its obligations under Article 2.1; (b) ensure that its end-use system provides duty-free or duty-free treatment, comparable to that granted by other signatories, and is not an obstacle to trade; and (c) to inform other signatories of their end-use system management procedures. Mr. Cunningham and Mr. Lichtenbaum have been partners with Steptoe-Johnson LLP in Washington, D.C and have advised The Boeing Company and Bombardier Inc. on certain international trade issues. Mr. Lichtenbaum has since left the company to become Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Export Administration. The views presented are the authors` own and should not be considered as an explanation of the opinions of one of their clients or the U.S. Department of Commerce.
The authors thank Yves Botteman for his support. The Civil Aircraft Trade Agreement (Aircraft Agreement) requires signatories to remove tariffs on civil aircraft, engines, flight simulators and related parts and components, and to make these benefits available to other signatories on a non-discriminatory basis. In addition, the signatories have tentatively agreed to provide duty-free treatment for soil maintenance simulators, although this position is not covered by the current agreement. because production goes up on these big civilian programs, that the struggle every day to get the parts out on time, and that the penalties for not getting there on time are very strict, and therefore the penalties for not getting there on time are very severe, and therefore… these non-tariff barriers can very quickly increase costs. It is also important to understand how pervasive this freedom is.25 The maximum freedom of global trade for civilian aircraft, parts and related equipment, including the removal of tariffs, and the reduction or elimination of trade restrictions or distorting effects; Flight recorders; Electric synchros and measuring transmitters; Electrically-resistant strippers and strippers for aircraft (d) all ground flight simulators and their parts and components, whether used as original or replacement equipment for the manufacture, repair, maintenance, demonstration, modification or redevelopment of civilian aircraft. Dashboard watches and similar clocks for aircraft 6.2 Signatories agree that the pricing of civilian aircraft should be based on a reasonable expectation of recovery of all costs, including unit costs of the program, identifiable and proportionate costs of military research and development of aircraft, components and systems that will then be applied to the production of these civilian aircraft. , average production costs, average production costs and financial costs. Considering that international procedures for notification, consultation, monitoring and dispute resolution are necessary to ensure fair, timely and effective implementation of the provisions of this Agreement and to maintain the balance of rights and obligations associated with them; begon), in the Begonat, to establish an international framework for the trade in civil aircraft; aircraft and other powered aircraft with a maximum empty weight of 2,000 kg of internal combustion engines (diesel or semi-diesel engines) with an empty weight of no more than 2,000 kg of engine co-nciation (diesel or semi-diesel engines) to provide equal and equitable opportunities for their civil aviation operations and to involve their manufacturers in the expansion of the record global market for civil aircraft; “The Committee agrees that Article 2.1.2 of the Civil Aircraft Trade Agreement, which seeks to remove “all tariffs and other taxes on repairs to civilian aircraft,” Ministers agreed on 12-14 September 1973 that the Tokyo round of multilateral trade negotiations should allow for the increasing expansion and liberalizing of world trade , including phasing out trade barriers and improving the international framework.