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Oral Question 0-0125/94 pursuant to Rule 40 of the Rules of Procedure. Subject: Conclusion of the Uruguay Round and future activities of the WTO: 1. How does the Commission plan to implement on behalf of the Union the undertakings given in the Marrakesh Final Act (reduction in customs duties, agricultural and textile products) and monitor their implementation by the other parties to GATT?; 2. Has enough progress been made in those areas in which negotiations are still under way after the conclusion of the Uruguay Round (financial services, telecommunications, civil aircraft, steel) to justify the retention of the deadlines set (mid-1995 or 1996)?; 3. How does the Commission plan to ensure that the Union continues to present a united front in all areas in the new World Trade Organization as it has done in GATT?; 4. What steps does the Commission plan to take to encourage, in the forum provided by the WTO, the incorporation of environmental considerations, minimum social standards and international competition rules into the world trading system? Session Documents 1994, Document B4-0198/94, 18 November 1994

de Clercq, Willy and Randzio-Plath, Christa and Kittelmann, Peter (1994) Oral Question 0-0125/94 pursuant to Rule 40 of the Rules of Procedure. Subject: Conclusion of the Uruguay Round and future activities of the WTO: 1. How does the Commission plan to implement on behalf of the Union the undertakings given in the Marrakesh Final Act (reduction in customs duties, agricultural and textile products) and monitor their implementation by the other parties to GATT?; 2. Has enough progress been made in those areas in which negotiations are still under way after the conclusion of the Uruguay Round (financial services, telecommunications, civil aircraft, steel) to justify the retention of the deadlines set (mid-1995 or 1996)?; 3. How does the Commission plan to ensure that the Union continues to present a united front in all areas in the new World Trade Organization as it has done in GATT?; 4. What steps does the Commission plan to take to encourage, in the forum provided by the WTO, the incorporation of environmental considerations, minimum social standards and international competition rules into the world trading system? Session Documents 1994, Document B4-0198/94, 18 November 1994. [EU European Parliament Document]

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    Item Type: EU European Parliament Document
    Subjects for non-EU documents: UNSPECIFIED
    Subjects for EU documents: Competition Policy > International Aspects
    External Relations > Relations with Multilateral Organizations > General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT)
    External Relations > Relations with Multilateral Organizations > World Trade Organization (WTO)
    EU Series and Periodicals: GENERAL:European Parliament Session Documents
    EU Annual Reports: UNSPECIFIED
    EU Document Number: EP Session Documents 1994 B4-0198/94
    Depositing User: Phil Wilkin
    Official EU Document: Yes
    Language: English
    Date Deposited: 08 Mar 2014 12:34
    Number of Pages: 1
    Last Modified: 17 Jun 2014 15:39
    URI: http://aei.pitt.edu/id/eprint/49366

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