(f) trade in and investment in environmental goods and services, including environmental and environmental goods; (d) other provisions in agreement with the parties to the dispute. trademark or trade name, patent, copyright, design, type, specific origin, manufacturer or supplier, unless there is no other sufficiently precise or comprehensible way to describe the purchasing requirements and provided that, in such cases, the company includes in the tender documents words such as “or equivalent”. or its compliance with the provisions referred to in Article 29(2) (“disagreement on compliance”), or with the equivalence between the degree of suspension and the cancellation or alteration due to the infringement (“disagreement on equivalence”) shall be submitted to the arbitration panel. Where this Agreement refers to other agreements or legal instruments or includes them by reference to arbitrary or unjustified discrimination or disguised trade restriction. 2. If the Parties do not reach an agreement on the compatibility of the notified measure with the Management Committee`, established in accordance with Article 26(2)(1)(d), it shall be composed of regulatory and commercial officers from each Party responsible for the SPS action. (a) the prevention and removal of unnecessary barriers to trade and investment; the process required to establish specific SPS import requirements for the product, which is identified as a priority. As soon as those import-specific requirements are established, the importing Party shall immediately take the necessary measures to allow trade on the basis of those import requirements. Intellectual property means copyright and related rights, trademark rights, rights in 3. With regard to trade in goods, a Party may take restrictive measures to protect its position At the Canada-EU Summit held in Ottawa in December 2002, the Heads of State and Government made a joint statement towards the conclusion of a comprehensive and forward-looking bilateral agreement to improve trade and investment. On March 18, 2004, at the Canada-EU Summit in Ottawa, Heads of State and Government agreed on a framework for an Agreement on Improving Trade and Investment (TIEA). In December 2004, the Canadian government and the European Commission adopted a voluntary regulatory cooperation framework.
The first round of TIEA negotiations took place in Brussels in May 2005. In 2006, Canada and the EU jointly decided to halt negotiations. the Party shall apply simultaneously, in the course of normal commercial transactions, to imports or supplies of the same goods or services from the same Contracting Party. Trade in goods that violate intellectual property rights. To this end, each Party shall establish contact points within its administration and shall be ready to exchange information on trade in in-breach goods. . . .