2. Notwithstanding the provisions of Articles 10.3 and 10.4, a party may ask an investor of the other party or its covered facility to provide information on that investment exclusively for information or statistical purposes. The contracting party protects confidential business information from disclosure that would affect the investor`s competitive position or the investment covered. This paragraph should not be construed as preventing a party from otherwise obtaining or disclosing information relating to the fair and good faith application of its right. 1. The United States may, at its own right, apply an annual mechanism to compensate Panamanian sugar exporters for candy exporters instead of duty-free treatment for some or all of Panama`s sugar-free quantities in paragraph 6 of Schedule I in the U.S. Schedule 3.3 general listings. , to the effect. This compensation is consistent with the estimated economic rents that Panamanian exporters would have received when exporting these quantities of sweets to the United States and is granted within 30 days of the Exercise of this option by the United States. The United States informs Panama at least 90 days prior to the exercise of this option and, upon request, consults Panama on the application of the mechanism. 3.
The parties strive to complete consultations within 90 days of notification of the application. If the parties agree to amend a rule of origin for a particular type of product, the agreement replaces that rule of origin when it is approved by the parties in accordance with Article 19.1.3 point b) (free trade commission). (b) whether the issue of Article 17.2 or this article and another provision in this chapter arises and concerns a question of a party`s obligations under a covered agreement, (d) the removal of barriers to agricultural trade; and one. In determining whether a commodity imported from the territory of the other party is of original character, the importing party ensures that its customs authority or any other competent authority can carry out a check by the following means: b) the applicant`s ability to respond to notifications from the trademark authorities to challenge an initial refusal. , and to appeal a final refusal to register; 1. At the request of a party, the parties consult, within thirty days of the application, whether the rules of origin applicable to a particular textile or garment product need to be changed. 1. For the purposes of this chapter, the agreement covered is a multilateral agreement on the environment below, in which both parties participate: (i) In the context of a review conducted in accordance with paragraph 4, point a), the importing party may take appropriate measures that may include the suspension of the application of such treatment: a commodity, including any form of surcharge or increase related to such importation : , does not, however, contain: (d) For the purposes of this paragraph, each party protects this undisclosed information from disclosure, unless it is necessary to protect the public and neither party may consider information available in the public domain as undisclosed data. Notwithstanding the above, if the undisclosed security and efficacy information submitted to one of the parties or any entity acting on behalf of a contracting party for the granting of marketing authorization is disclosed by that body, that party is obliged to protect that information from any unfair commercial use as defined in this article.