Decree No. 3,744, 5 February 2001

Original Language Title: Decreto nº 3.744, de 5 de Fevereiro de 2001

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DECREE NO 3,744, DE February 5, 2001

Provides on the implementation of the First Additional Protocol to the Economic Supplementation Agreement No. 39, between the Governments of the Federative Republic of Brazil, the Republic of Colombia, the Republic of Ecuador, the Republic of Peru and the Bolivarian republic of Venezuela (member states of the Andean Community) of November 15, 2000.

THE PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC, in the use of the attribution that confers you the art. 84, inciso IV, of the Constitution,

Considering that the 1980 Treaty of Montevideo, which created the Latin American Integration Association (ALADI), firmed by Brazil on August 12, 1980 and approved by the National Congress through Legislative Decree No. 66, of November 16, 1981, provides for the modality of Economic Supplementation Agreement ;

Whereas, on the basis of the 1980 Treaty of Montevideo, the Economic Supplementation Agreement No. 39, by the Plenipontenciaries of the Federative Republic of Brazil and the Republic of Colombia, of the Republic of Ecuador, of the Republic of Peru and the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela (member states of the Andean Community), in Montevideo on August 12, 1999, and incorporated into the Brazilian legal order by means of Decree No. 3,138 of August 16, 1999 ;

Considering that the Plenipotentiaries of the Federative Republic of Brazil, and of the Republic of Colombia, the Republic of Ecuador, the Republic of Peru and the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela (member states of the Andean Community), based in the Treaty of Montevideo of 1980, signed, on November 15, 2000, in Montevideo, the First Additional Protocol to the Economic Supplementation Agreement No. 39 ;

D E C R E T A:

Art. 1º The First Additional Protocol to the Economic Supplementation Agreement No. 39, between the Governments of the Federative Republic of Brazil, the Republic of Colombia, the Republic of Ecuador, the Republic of Peru and the Republic Bolivarian of Venezuela (member states of the Andean Community) of November 15, 2000, attached by copy to the present Decree, will be executed and complied with as entirely as it contains.

Art. 2º This Decree goes into effect on the date of its publication.

Brasilia, February 5, 2001 ; 180º of Independence and 113º of the Republic.

FERNANDO HENRIQUE CARDOSO

Celso Lafer

ECONOMIC SUPPLEMENTATION AGREEMENT # 39 SUBSCRIBED BETWEEN THE GOVERNMENTS OF THE REPUBLICS OF COLOMBIA, EQUATOR, PERU AND VENEZUELA, MEMBER STATES OF THE ANDINA COMMUNITY, AND THE GOVERNMENT OF THE FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF BRAZIL

First Additional Protocol

The Plenipotentiaries of the Republics of Colombia, Ecuador, Peru and Venezuela, member states of the Andean Community, and the Government of the Federative Republic of Brazil, accredited by their respective Governments under powers that were together in good and due form, deposited in the General Secretariat of the Latin American Integration Association,

CONVEEM IN:

Article 1º-Depth preferences on reciprocally between Brazil and Peru in the Economic Supplementation Agreement No. 39 for the importation of the products classified in the NALADI/SH items, indicated below, in the conditions established in each case.

-In Annex I, Brazil receives from Peru: 7202.11.00, 60% and 7202.60.00, 40%.

-In Annex II, Peru receives from Brazil: 7403.11.00, 81%.

Article 2º-The modifications established in Article 1º shall apply from 1º January 2001.

The General Secretariat of the Association shall be depositary of this Protocol, of which it shall send duly authenticated copies to the signatory Governments.

IN FÉ DO THAT, the respective Plenipotentiaries subscribe to this Protocol in the city of Montevideo, at the fifteen days of the month of November two thousand, in an original in the Portuguese and Spanish languages, both texts being equally valid. (a) By the Government of the Republic of Colombia: Arturo Sarabia Better ; By the Government of the Republic of Ecuador: Julio Prado Espinosa ; By the Government of the Republic of Peru: Carlos Higueras Ramos ; By the Government of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela: Nancy Unda ; By Government of the Federative Republic of Brazil: José Artur Denot Medeiros