Trade Facilitation Agreement Article 7

4.2 Each Member shall design and implement risk management in such a way as to avoid arbitrary or unjustified discrimination or disguised restrictions on international trade. (c) the member immediately terminates or suspends the notification or directions where the circumstances that led to it no longer exist or where modified circumstances can be addressed in a less restrictive manner; and in order to support the harmonized implementation of the MSC through the use of basic WCO instruments and instruments, the ESC has published a Section I Implementation Guide. For each TFA article, it contains the following categories of information: Summary; text of the TFA article; relevant RKC standards and RKC guidelines; other relevant WCO instruments; members` practices; and performance indicators. Choose an article below to view 3 more information. Members of developing and least developed countries intending to benefit from trade facilitation assistance and capacity-building support shall provide the Committee with information on the contact points of the Office responsible for coordinating and prioritizing such assistance. (iii) Members should also promote internal coordination among their trade and development officers, both in capitals and in Geneva, in the implementation of this Agreement and technical assistance. (ii) for member States of least developed countries, the expanded integrated framework for Aid for Trade to least developed countries should be part of this coordination process; and 4.1 Members shall endeavour to establish or maintain a single window for traders to provide participating authorities or bodies with documents and/or data requirements for the import, export or transit of goods through a central port of entry. After verification of the documents and/or data by the participating authorities or bodies, the results shall be communicated to applicants in good time through the central window. 7.3 The facilitated trade measures referred to in paragraph 7.1 shall include at least three of the following:[1] 4.4 Each Member shall base risk management on a risk assessment based on appropriate selectivity criteria. . . .