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International Treaties Bolivia-Brasil-Paraguay-Uruguay-Cooperation Commercial - Full Text Of The Norm

Original Language Title: TRATADOS INTERNACIONALES BOLIVIA-BRASIL-PARAGUAY-URUGUAY-COOPERACION COMERCIAL - Texto completo de la norma

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Law 12.749

ADOPTION OF A CONVENTION OF COMMERCIAL COOPERATION BETWEEN THE PLATA COUNTRIES.

BUENOS AIRES, 18 de Augst0 de 1942



The Senate and the Chamber of Deputies of the Argentine Nation,
in Congress, etc.
_

Article 1.- Approve the agreement on the waiver of the most favoured clause of the Nation in the franchises and facilities that are agreed to Paraguay and Bolivia, signed on 6 February 1941 in the city of Montevideo, by the delegations of the Argentine Republics, of the United States of Brazil and Eastern Uruguay, on the occasion of the Regional Conference of the Silver Countries.

Art. 2.- Contact the Executive.

PATRON COSTAS. Figueroa. MARTINEZ. Zavalla Carbó.

A-Convention on the waiver of the most favored clause of the Nation in the franchises and facilities that are agreed to Paraguay and Bolivia, signed on 6 February 1941 in Montevideo between the Republics, Argentina, of the United States of Brazil and Eastern Uruguay.

ARTICLE 1. The High Contracting Parties undertake not to claim for themselves, under the most-favoured-nation clause, the franchises and the facilities that each of them agrees or has agreed to the production of Paraguay or Bolivia.

ARTICLE 2. The commitment set out in the preceding article shall remain in force provided that franchises and facilities agreed upon to Paraguay or Bolivia are not extended to any third country.

ARTICLE 3. This Convention shall be ratified in accordance with the constitutional procedures in force in the respective signatory States and ratifications shall be deposited with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Eastern Republic of Uruguay, which shall notify the other Contracting States.

Article 4. - This Convention shall be governed thirty days after the deposit of ratifications by all Contracting States has occurred and shall last ten years.

After such a period of time, the Convention shall remain in force until it is denounced by any Party. In this case, it will be effective for the reporting State, continuing in force among the other States.

at six months of receipt of the complaint note. In Fé of which, the pronouns Plenipotentiaries sign and seal the present Instrument, in Montevideo, on the six days of February 1941. URUGUAY: Guani - C. Caviglia - Santos - Cerdeiras Alonso - Mora Otero. ARGENTINA: Uriburu - Santos Muñoz - Torriani - Baldassari - Schiopetto - Coll Benegas. UNITED STATES OF BRAZIL: Moraes Barros - Raulino de Oliveira - Guillobel - Frederico Magalhaes - Lins.