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FTA 협정문

한·칠레 FTA 협정문

PART II TRADE IN GOODS CHAPTER 3: NATIONAL TREATMENT AND MARKET ACCESS FOR GOODS

Section A: Definitions and Scope and Coverage
Article 3.1: Definitions

For purposes of this Chapter: advertising films means recorded visual media, with or without sound-tracks, consisting essentially of images showing the nature or operation of goods or services offered for sale or lease by a person established or resident in the territory of any Party, provided that the films are of a kind suitable for exhibition to prospective customers but not for broadcast to the general public, and provided that they are imported in packets that each contain no more than one copy of each film and that do not form part of a larger consignment;

Trade in Goods

CHAPTER 4: RULES OF ORIGIN

Article 4.1: Definitions

For purposes of this Chapter: adjusted value means the value determined under Articles 1 through 8, Article 15, and the corresponding interpretative notes of the Customs Valuation Agreement, for purposes of the application of the regional value content formula and the De Minimis, adjusted, if necessary, to exclude the following costs, charges, and expenses from the customs value of the goods under consideration when not already excluded in accordance with the national legislation of a Party: any costs, charges, or expenses incurred for transportation, insurance, and related services incident to the international shipment of the merchandise from the country of exportation to the place of importation;

Rules of Origin

CHAPTER 5: CUSTOMS PROCEDURES

Article 5.1: Definitions

For purposes of this Chapter: commercial importation means the importation of a good into the territory of a Party for the purpose of sale, or any commercial, industrial or other like use; customs administration means the competent authority that is responsible under the law of a Party for the administration of customs laws and regulations; determination of origin means a ruling issued as a result of origin verification process establishing that a good qualifies as an originating good in accordance with Chapter 4;

Customs Procedures

CHAPTER 16: INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS

Article 16.1: Obligations

1. Each Party shall provide, in its territory, to the nationals of the other Party adequate and effective protection and enforcement of intellectual property rights, while ensuring that measures to enforce intellectual property rights do not themselves become unnecessary barriers to legitimate trade.
2. To provide adequate and effective protection and enforcement of intellectual property rights, each Party shall faithfully implement the international conventions it has acceded to, including the TRIPS Agreement.

IPR

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