On The Provisional Application Of The General Agreement On Tariffs And Trade

Original Language Title: o prozatímní platnosti Všeobecné dohody o clech a obchodu

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59/1948 Coll.
Government Decree


Dated April 8, 1948,

Which is given in the interim force of the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade
dated 30 October 1947.

Change: 211/1948 Coll.

Change: 212/1948 Coll.

Change: 211/1948 Coll., Art. XIV, suppl. J and Appendix. 1

Change: 193/1949 Coll.

Change: 51/1951 Coll.

Change: 6/1954 Coll., Suppl. A

According to § 1 of the Law dated July 4, 1923, no. 158 Coll., On an interim
regulation of business relations with foreign countries, in accordance with Article VII of the Act of 22
June 1926, no. 109 Sb ., which is partially amending the Code of the customs tariff
for Czechoslovak customs territory and the customs tariff and provisions issued by
regulation of business relations with foreign countries, declare:

According to the resolution of the Government of the Czechoslovak Republic dated March 12, 1948 and
with the consent of the President of the Republic said in an interim force
General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade
verified signature of the Final Act in Geneva on October 30, 1947 with effect from April 20, 1948, t.
j. the thirtieth day after the signing of the Protocol on the introduction of an interim efficacy
General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade Czechoslovak Plenipotentiary,
in accordance with the provisions of the Protocol.

General Agreement was negotiated in English and French languages ​​and
consists of a framework of twenty instruments and contractual tariff
numbered from I to XX. Original texts in both languages ​​have been published in four volumes
United Nations and published in Lake Success, New York.
Czech translations of documents I to XX State Printing in Prague.

Annex to this government decree shall be published in the original version
English and French and Czech translation framework of the General Agreement
Final Act and the Protocol on the putting interim efficacy
General Agreement and in the original version English and Czech translation of the document X
containing conventional duty rates agreed for import into Czechoslovakia.

The General Agreement and the provisions of the Charter enters X on 20 April 1948
interim efficacy against all States which have signed the above-mentioned
Final Act. With respect to existing bilateral trade agreements
Czechoslovak Republic with other countries of the General Agreement
(including its instrument X) also applied to these countries to the extent
arising from mutual MFN with the relevant country || | agreed.
Gottwald vr



Final Act
Second Session of the Preparatory Committee of the United Nations Conference and
Trade and Employment.

In accordance with the resolutions adopted at the first meeting of the Preparatory Committee
United Nations Conference on Trade and Employment, appointed
Economic and Social Council of the United Nations on 18 February 1946

Government of the Commonwealth of Australia, KINGDOM OF BELGIUM, THE UNITED STATES
of Brazil, Burma, Ceylon, the Czechoslovak Republic
REPUBLIC OF CHINA, THE FRENCH REPUBLIC, THE REPUBLIC OF CHILE, INDIA, SOUTH
Union, Canada, the Republic of Cuba, Lebanon , Grand Duchy of Luxembourg,
THE KINGDOM OF THE NETHERLANDS, THE KINGDOM OF NORWAY, NEW ZEALAND,
Pakistan, Southern Rhodesia, UNITED KINGDOM OF GREAT BRITAIN aND NORTHERN IRELAND
, the United States and Syria,

Started through their representatives in Geneva on 10 April 1947
negotiations leading to a substantial reduction of tariffs and other trade barriers and to eliminate
preferences on the basis of reciprocity and mutual benefit.
The negotiations ended today and should result in the development of
General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade and the Protocol on the introduction of an interim efficacy
texts of which are attached to this Act. These texts are becoming
this Act authentic.

The signing of the Final Act and the Protocol on the putting
interim efficacy of any of these governments does not prejudge its discretion in
negotiations at the United Nations Conference on Trade and Employment.

The Final Act, including the text of the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade and
Protocol on putting in interim efficacy publish
Secretary General of the United Nations on November 18, 1947, if the Protocol on the putting
interim efficacy signed in November 15, 1947 for all countries
appointed him.

Whereof the representatives of the abovementioned governments have signed this Act.

Done at Geneva in a single copy in the English and French languages,
both texts being equally authentic, this thirtieth day of October in the year one thousand

Nine hundred and forty-seventh.

For the Commonwealth of Australia:
MORTON CE


For the Kingdom of Belgium:
PA FORTHOMME


For the United States of Brazil:

A. DE FERREIRA BRAGA

Over Burma:


MAUNG NYUN
For Canada:
LD WILGRESS

The Ceylon
:

J. Corey

For the Republic of Chile:

A. FAIVOVICH

For the Republic of China:


WUNSZ KONG
The Republic of Cuba:
SERGIO I. CLARK


For the Czechoslovak Republic:

Z. AUGENTHALER

For the French Republic:
PIERRE BARADUC

In India
:

S. Ranganathan
In Lebanon
:

J. MIKAOUI

The Grand Duchy of Luxembourg:

J. STURM

For the Kingdom of the Netherlands:
AB SPEEKENBRINK


For New Zealand:
SPD JONNSEN


For the Kingdom of Norway:
ERIK COLBAN

In Pakistan
:


HI RAHIMTOOLA
For Southern Rhodesia:


KM Goodenough In Syria
:

H. Jabbar

The Union of South Africa:


WGW PARMINTER
For the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland:


TM SNOW
For the United States:


WINTHROP BROWN
General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade.

Governments of the Commonwealth of Australia, the Kingdom of Belgium, the United States
Brazil, Burma, Ceylon, the Czechoslovak Republic, the Republic
China, the French Republic, the Republic of Chile, India, South
Union, Canada, the Republic of Cuba, Lebanon , the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg,
Kingdom of the Netherlands, the Kingdom of Norway, New Zealand,
Pakistan, Southern Rhodesia, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
, the United States and Syria,

Recognizing that their relations in the field of trade and economic
have to head for the improvement of living standards, to ensure full employment and
extensive and still growing real income and effective demand, to develop
full use of world resources and to expand the production and exchange of goods
,

Trying to sleep in the realization of these objectives concluding reciprocal and mutually beneficial
agreements that lead to a substantial reduction of tariffs and other trade barriers
and the elimination of discrimination in international trade
,

Agreed through their representatives as follows:
PART I.

Article I
.

General MFN clause

First As regards the duties and any charges, levied on imports or exports
or in connection with importation or exportation or imposed upon
international transfers of salaries for exports and imports, as well as to the method
levying such duties and charges in terms of rules and formalities
associated with imports and exports and in respect of all the things that are
mentioned in paragraphs 1 and 2 of Article III, any advantage, favor, privilege or
exemptions granted to any contracting party to any product originating
from any country or where designated, immediately and unconditionally granted
same product originating in the territories of all other contracting parties
there or intended.

Second The provisions of paragraph 1 of this Article shall not vyžadovati to be removed
preference in the field of import duties or charges, if
do not exceed the limits set out in paragraph 3 of this Article, and if it comes about
:

(A) preferences in force exclusively between two or more
territories referred to in Annex A, under the conditions specified therein;

(B) preferences in force exclusively between two or more
territories, which was on July 1, 1939
associated common sovereignty or relations of protection or sovereignty and are listed in Annexes B, C and | || D, under the conditions specified therein;

(C) preferences in force exclusively between the United States
America and the Republic of Cuba;

(D) preferences in force exclusively between neighboring countries
listed in Appendices E and F.

Third If the relevant schedule, which are annexed to this Agreement, unless expressly
maximum margin of preference, not
preferential margin for any product for which the preference
permitted according to paragraph 2 of this Article, exceed

(A) for duties or levies of any product covered by the relevant
document, the difference between the rate for countries enjoying most-favored nation
benefits and preferential rate; if there is no fixed
preferential rate, the preferential rate with respect to this paragraph Gate

Rate in force on April 10, 1947, and asks if it is not fixed rate
States for MFN, will span
převyšovati difference between the rates applicable to the States enjoying most favored nation clause
and preferential rates on 10 . April 1947;

(B) in duties or levies of any product that is not listed in
relevant document, the difference between the rates applicable to the states enjoying
MFN and preferential rates on 10 April 1947.

Case of Parties included in Annex G, they will be
date of 10 April 1947, which they refer to paragraphs (a) and (b) of this paragraph
replaced by the respective dates referred to in that Annex.

Article II.

Schedule of concessions.

First

(A) Each Party shall provide the other parties to trade
waste, which is not less favorable than that provided for in relevant part
relevant instrument, attached to this Agreement.

(B) Products mentioned in Part I of the Charter, concerning any contractual
party products that are in the other Contracting Party, where
meet the conditions and characteristics set out in this document will not import when
to the territories to which the Charter applies, subject to the higher duty
own sense than duties set out in this document. Also
such products will not be subjected to other levies and charges
any kind, levied on imports from or in connection with it, which would be higher
than those that have been imposed on these products at the date of signature of this Agreement | || or which would be higher than those that will be as a direct consequence of a binding
legislation in force in the territory of the importing country in this day perhaps
later imposed.

(C) Products mentioned in II. of the Charter, concerning the contract that
parties which products are eligible area under Article I enjoy,
preferential waste imported into the territories to which the Charter applies
, not on importation into that territory if they conform
conditions and those laid down in the Charter, subject to customs duties in the strict sense
higher than the duties specified in II. Part
question papers. Also, such products will not be subjected
other charges and charges of any kind, levied on imports in connection therewith
which would be higher than those that have been imposed on these products
on the day of signing this Agreement, or which would be higher than those that will be
as a direct consequence of binding legislation in force in the territory of the importing country
this day, perhaps later imposed. Nothing in this article
prevent Parties from making retain
regulations in force at the date of signature of this Agreement governing the conditions under which products may
enjoy, preferential loading.

Second Nothing in this Article shall prevent Parties from making
collected at any time on the importation of any product.

(A) charge equivalent to an internal tax imposed in accordance with the provisions
paragraph 1 of Article III on the same domestic product, or goods from which the imported product
been totally or partially constructed or manufactured:

(B) anti-dumping or countervailing duty imposed in accordance with the provisions of Article VI
;

(C) fees or other charges which are proportional to the cost of services rendered
.

Third Neither party will not change its method of determining the customs value of goods
no way to recount foreign currency so devalued by
any of the tariff reductions set out in the relevant document, which forms
annexed to this Agreement.

Fourth If a Contracting Party shall establish, maintain or permit to establish
formally or de facto monopoly on the import of any product covered by
relevant document, which are annexed to this Agreement will not
effects of this monopoly such as to provide protection in higher on average
than those laid down in the relevant document, unless the charter stipulates
otherwise or unless otherwise agreed by the parties which initially negotiated the customs
discounts. The provisions of this paragraph shall not limit the Parties
to provide any kind of assistance to domestic producers, which is
permitted under other provisions of this Agreement.

Fifth If a Contracting Party considers that the other Contracting Party
not treated with any product as it was the opinion of the first
Party intended agreement concession provided for in the relevant

Deed, which are annexed to this Agreement, intervenes in the matter right by
other party. If the party accepts that the loading
which the first contractual party calls, which is identical to the first Contracting
party calls is identical to the management, which was intended, but
declaring that he is unable to furnish, because a court or other competent authority
decided that the product can not be according to the customs legislation of the Party
inserted so as to benefit from the management
contemplated by this Agreement, both parties will launch together with any || | other contracting parties having a substantial interest in the new
without delay negotiations for the settlement of the case kompensačního.

6th

(A) The specific duties and charges referred to in the documents relating to those
Parties that are members of the International Monetary Fund and
margins of preference in specific duties and benefits that these Parties
maintain, denominated in the currency of the parties for parity
value as it accepted the Fund or provisionally recognized on the date of the date of this Agreement
. In the event that this parity will be reduced in accordance with the Articles of Agreement of the International Monetary Fund
by more than twenty percent may be this
specific duties, levies and preferential margin adjusted to reflect
such a reduction, provided that the parties (ie
Contracting parties acting jointly under Article XXV)
consistently finds that the modification does not reduce the value of tariff reductions set out in
relevant document or elsewhere in this Agreement, during which the
must take into consideration all the circumstances which may influence the need or necessity
such modifications.

(B) These provisions will apply mutatis mutandis to a Party that has
not a member of the Fund, and the date when it becomes a member, or when
concluded special monetary agreement under the provisions of Article XV.

7th Charter annexed to this Agreement are an integral part of Part I of this Agreement
.

PART II.
Article III


Equal treatment in the field of internal taxes and adjustments

First Products territory of any contracting party imported into the territory of any other contracting parties
will be free from internal taxes and other internal
benefits of any kind in excess of those which apply directly or indirectly
same products of domestic origin. Furthermore, in cases where
no substantial domestic production of the same products of domestic origin
not impose any new party or a higher internal taxes on products
territory of the other contracting parties for the purpose, to provide protection for the production
goods that compete directly with them or you can replace them, unless
similarly taxed; existing internal taxes of this kind will be the subject
negotiations to reduce or eliminate.

Second Products the territory of any contracting party imported into the territory of any other
Party shall be no less favorable than domestic products
origin and respect of all laws, regulation and rules regarding their
sale, offering for sale, purchase, transportation, distribution or
use on the internal market. The provisions of this paragraph shall not hinder
use of different transport rates based solely on
economical use of means of transport and not on the origin of the products.

Third In applying the principles of paragraph 2 of this Article
internal quantitative regulations relating to the mixture, processing or use of products
certain amount or a certain proportion will
Contracting Parties shall observe the following provisions:

(A) introduce adjustments that would formally or de facto required that
certain amount or a proportion of the products to which such adjustments
subject had to be of domestic origin;

(B) neither party will be formal or de facto omezovati
mixture, processing or use of a product whose domestic production is not significant
in an effort to provide the protection of domestic products directly to him
competitor or qualifying it Replace.

Fourth The provisions of paragraph 3 of this Article shall not apply to

(A) any internal quantitative control measures in force in the territory
any contracting party on July 1, 1939 or April 10, 1947 by dialing
Contracting Party concerned, provided that any
such a measure would be contrary to the provisions of paragraph 3

This article will not be altered at the expense of imports, and that will be the subject
talks about its limitations, release or removal;

(B) any internal quantitative regulations concerning lit
cinematograph films and meeting the requirements of Article IV.

Fifth The provisions of this Article shall not apply to the procurement of goods
public hands or on its behalf, which are intended for government purposes and
not for resale or for use in the manufacture of goods for sale, nor
not prevent that only paid to domestic producers support
mentioned in Article XVI, in counting to support domestic manufacturers of
internal revenue taxes and levies and aid granted in the form of government
purchases of domestic products.

Article IV.

Special provisions relating to cinematographic films

If a Contracting Party introduces or maintains internal quantitative
adjustments relating to motion picture films,
these modifications shall there be any form of projection contingents
corresponding to the following requirements:

(A) projecting contingents may vyžadovati
showing cinematographic films of national origin during a minimum proportion of the total projection
time actually used in a certain period of not less than one year at
commercial demonstration of films of any origin. These contingents
will be determined on the basis of the projection period a year for cinema or on the basis
its equivalent.

(B) With the exception of the projection period, the contingent reserved in the projection
films of domestic origin, there will be no projection period, nor one that would
administrative measure released from the projection period reserved
films of domestic origin, formally or in fact any allocated
sources of supply.

(C) Notwithstanding the provisions of paragraph (b) of this Article, any
Party maintain the projection
contingents complying with the requirements of subparagraph (a) of this Article which reserve a minimum part of the projection period films
origin other than contractual Party specifying such a projection
contingents provided that such a minimal part of the projection period
not increased over the situation on 10 April 1947.

(D) Projection contingents will be subject to negotiations about their limitations
release or removal.
Article V
.
Freedom of transit


First Goods (including baggage), and also vessels and other means of transport shall be deemed
transiting the territory of a Contracting Party when their transport
this territory, with or without transshipment or without, whether with or without storage
him, whether with unloading and znovunaložením whether or not or whether it was changed
mode of transportation or not, is only a portion of a complete journey beginning and ending
outside the borders of the Contracting Party whose territory is the right
implemented. Transportation of this kind is called for in this Article, "
transit traffic".

Second Ensures the freedom of transit for transit traffic into the territory of the other Contracting Party or
him from the territory of each Party on the roads
most suitable for international transit. It will not make a distinction according
flag of vessels, the place of origin, departure, entry, exit or destination
goods and by ownership of goods, vessels or other vehicles
funds.

Third Any Contracting Party may demand that a transit traffic through its territory
declaration shall be made to the customs office, but - with the exception of the case
they would not remain valid customs laws and regulation
- not such transportation, coming from the territory of the other Contracting parties
or pointing to him being subjected to unnecessary delays or restrictions
and will be exempt from customs duties and all transit
taxes or other levies imposed in respect of transit, except transportation charges
or charges commensurate with the administrative costs caused by transit or
commensurate with the cost of services rendered.

Fourth All fees for regulation of the Contracting Parties relating to the
transit traffic into the territory of the other Contracting Party, or they will
reasonable, having regard to the traffic conditions.

Fifth Each Contracting Party shall transit transportation in the territory of any other contracting party
or dispose of it in the field of charges
regulations and formalities connected with transit no less favorably than transit
transportation to any third country or out of it .

6th Each Party shall accord to products that were to channel the

Territory of another Party no less favorably than if they used
transported from origin to destination without
passed through the territory of another Party. Each Party may, however setrvati
to their requirements direct traffic at the date of signature of this Agreement,
in respect of any goods for which direct traffic is a prerequisite for consideration by
preferential tariff or affects
method for detecting the values ​​prescribed by the Contracting party for the purposes acreage
duty.

7th The provisions of this Article shall not apply to aircraft in transit
traffic, but they apply to air transit of goods (including baggage).

Article VI.

Anti-dumping and countervailing duties

First No anti-dumping duty on any product
territory of either Contracting Party imported into the territory of any other contracting party
not charge a higher amount than is the dumping margin which lies
imported products. For the purposes of this Article, the margin of dumping
considers the amount by which the price of the product exported from one country to the second


A) lower than the comparable price of the same product, as required
normal trading conditions at its destination for consumption in the exporting country
or

B) if no such domestic price, is less than either

I) the highest comparable price of the same product when sold for export to
any third country under normal commercial terms or

Ii) production costs of this product in the country of origin, plus a reasonable premium for
selling expenses and profit.

In individual cases it is necessary to properly take into account the difference in
conditions and methods of sale, differences in taxation and other differences
affecting price comparability.

Second No countervailing duty on any product
territory of any contracting party imported into the territory of any other contracting party shall not be levied
higher amount than is estimated bonus or promotion, on which
been found to be directly or indirectly for the manufacture, production or export
such product in the country of origin or exportation, including any special
aid granted to transport this product.
The term "countervailing duty" shall mean a special duty levied for the purpose of offsetting
any bonus or promotion, which was directly or indirectly provided
the manufacture, production or export of any goods.

Third No product territory of any contracting party imported into the territory
any other contracting party shall not be subjected protidumpingovému
or countervailing duties because it was exempt from taxes or levies,
imposed upon the same product intended for consumption in the country of origin
or exports, or because such taxes or benefits have been returned.

Fourth No product territory of any contracting party imported into the territory
any other contracting party shall not be subject to both
protidumpingovému and countervailing duties to be overcome by the same case
dumping or export subsidies.

Fifth Neither Party shall not impose anti-dumping or countervailing duty on imports
any product from the territory of any other contracting party, but he
found that the effect of dumping or subsidization in this case is such that
cause or threaten to cause material injury existing domestic production,
or preventing the construction of domestic products and its building significantly
resides. The Parties may waive the conditions set out in this paragraph
and to authorize a contracting party to impose
anti-dumping or countervailing duty on imports of any product
to offset dumping or support that act, or threaten to cause substantial
damage to the territory of another Contracting Party concerned exporting
product in the territory of the importing Party.

6th The system, which has stabilisovati domestic prices of the basic product or
gross proceeds accruing to domestic producers of such products independently
movement of export prices and that sometimes allows export sales
such a product at a price lower than the comparable price charged for
same product from buyers in the domestic market will not be considered as a system
which would cause material injury within the meaning of paragraph 5 of this Article, if it is determined
consultations between the parties, having a substantial interest
product concerned,

(A) that as a result of this system was the product sold for export also to

Price higher than the comparable price charged for the same product from
buyers in the domestic market, and

(B) that result in effective regulation of production or any other reason it works
this system so that it does not stimulate exports unduly or otherwise that
seriously harm the interests of other parties.

7th No Contracting Party shall not apply to offset dumping or subsidization
other measures than anti-dumping or countervailing duties against any product
territory of another Party.

Article VII.

Determining the value for customs purposes

First The Parties recognize the validity of the general principles for the identification
values ​​as set out in the following paragraphs of this article, and
undertake to bring them as soon as possible in efficiency across all products
subject to duties or other charges or restrictions on imports and exports
based on value or any modified accordingly. In addition to this
at the request of other Contracting Parties shall examine within the meaning of these principles, the implementation of its
any law or regulation relating to the detection
value for customs purposes. The Parties may require of the contracting parties
report on what measures they have taken to implement the provisions of this Article.

Second (A) The customs value of imported goods is to be based on the actual

Value of the imported goods on which duty is levied, or the actual
value of identical goods and not be based on the value of goods
domestic origin or on arbitrary or fictitious values.

(B) "actual value" should be the price at which the time and place
determined by regulations of the importing country in the normal way trade
those same goods or sells or offers to sell under the terms | || unlimited competition. If in a particular case the price of such goods or
same controls its amount, it is conceivable price
concern - according to the choice made by the importing country once and for all - either

(I) comparable quantities, or

(Ii) amounts that are not favorable to importers than if
as the basis for the largest quantity of these goods, which was indeed
sold in the shop between export and import countries.

(C) Not if the actual value determined under paragraph (b) of this paragraph
, he should be the customs value is based on observable
closest equivalent of such value.

Third Customs value of any imported product does not include appropriate amount
any internal taxes applicable in the country of origin or country of export, from which
imported product was acquitted, or has been, or will be refunded.

Fourth

(A) If he must either party for the purposes of paragraph 2 of this Article
convert a price expressed in the currency of another country's own currency, will
conversion rate, which will be used, based on the parities concerned | || currencies, as established by the Articles of Agreement of the International Monetary Fund
or special payment agreements concluded under Article XV of this Agreement
unless this paragraph provides otherwise.

(B) if no such parity set, conversion rate will answer
actual current value of such currency in commercial transactions.

(C) The Contracting Parties shall, in consultation with the International Monetary Fund
rules by which the contracting parties přepočítávati
any foreign currency, for which it is in accordance with the Articles of Agreement of the International Monetary Fund
maintains several times conversion rate.
Such rules can use either contracting party to such foreign currency for purposes
paragraph 2 of this Article as an alternative to on-site use of parity
values. Until Party determines such rules, each
Parties may use any such foreign currency for purposes
paragraph 2 of this Article, the conversion rules have actually
express the value of foreign currency in commercial transactions.

(D) Nothing in this paragraph shall be construed as if
require that either party has changed the way recount
currencies for customs purposes, which is used on its territory on the date of signature of this Agreement
, if such a change would cause a general increase in the amounts
to be on duty paid.

Fifth Fundamentals and methods for determining the value of goods subjected to customs duties and other levies
or restrictions, based on the value or under any
modified, still have to be and ought to be published so that traders

Could estimate the customs value of proximity with sufficient.
Article VIII


Formalities for imports and exports.

First The Parties recognize that fees and charges, other than customs duties, imposed
authorities on importation or exportation, or in connection with importation or exportation
have to be limited to the amount corresponding to the approximate cost of services rendered
and do not be indirect protection to domestic products
or taxation of imports or exports for fiscal purposes.
Parties also recognize the need to reduce the number and variety of taxes and levies
, load complex import and export formalities and the need
relieve and simplify requirements regarding the documentary evidence in the import and
exports.

Second The Contracting Parties shall take measures as soon as possible in accordance with the principles and objectives
paragraph 1 of this Article. In addition, at the request of any other Contracting Party
review the terms of these principles, the implementation of any of its
law or regulation.

Third The requested Party shall be at a severe punishments for minor
violation of customs regulations and customs procedures. Particularly Not to
sentences heavier than those that are required as a mere warning
case of omission because a mistake in the documents submitted to the customs authorities
which is easily reparable and became apparently without fraudulent intent || | or gross negligence.

Fourth The provisions of this Article shall apply to fees, levies,
formalities and requirements imposed by the authorities in connection with importation or exportation
including those relating

(A) consular transactions, such as consular accounts or certificates;

(B) quantitative restrictions;

(C) the authorization procedure;

(D) the foreign exchange control;

(E) statistical services;

(F) the documents required to be submitted documentary attestation and certification
,

(G) analysis and inspection;

(H) quarantine, health measures and disinfection.

Article IX.
Designation of Origin


First Each Party shall accord to the products
territory of other contracting parties with regard to the compulsory labeling of origin no less favorably than the same products
any third country.

Second Whenever feasible, the Parties have
allow the required designations of origin is appended at the time
imports.

Third Laws and regulations of the Contracting Parties relating to the labeling of imported products
have to be such that they can satisfy without
products damaged or without substantially reducing their value
or unreasonably increasing their cost price.

Fourth Basically, do not Parties to subject the special levies or fines
because prior to import not complied with the requirements indication if not
additional labeling unduly delayed, or if it is not connected
designation liable to mislead or unless
an indication of the intentionally omitted.

Fifth The Contracting Parties shall co-operate to prevent the use of commercial designations
manner that would mislead as to the true origin of the product
to the detriment of the precinct or geographical names of products
territory of a Party, protected by its laws
. Each Party shall give full and benevolent account
requests or complaints that it had
submit any other Contracting Party, which will cover implementation of the commitment set out in the previous sentence
regarding naming of products which had been another Contracting
party announced.
ARTICLE X


Disclosure and execution of business rules.

First Laws, regulations, judicial decisions and administrative measures
general scope brought into force by any Party in
concerning the classification or the valuation of goods for customs purposes, or in the case
tariffs, taxes or other charges or regulations,
restrictions or prohibitions on imports or exports or the transfer of payments for imports or exports
, or on the sale, distribution, transportation, insurance,
storage, inspection, exhibition, processing, mixing or other || | use of these products will be published promptly in such a manner
that governments and traders to become acquainted with them.
Agreements concerning international trade policy which are in force between the Government or
government authority of any State Party and the government or governmental body

Any other contracting party shall also be published.
Provisions of this paragraph shall not vyžadovati, either Contracting Party
provide confidential information which would interfere with the implementation of
regulations or that otherwise contrary to public interest, or which would
was prejudicial to the legitimate commercial interests individual enterprises, whether public or private
.

Second No measures of general scope made by either party
which will increase the rate of customs duty and other levies on imports for
valid and uniformly implemented or conditions which import or transfer
salaries for importation or severe burden on the new requirement,
restriction or prohibition will not be put into effect before it was officially announced
.

Third

(A) Each Party shall undertake the uniform, impartial and reasonable manner
all its laws, regulations, decisions and
measures referred to in paragraph 1 of this Article.

(B) Each Party shall maintain or appoint as soon as possible
court, arbitration or administrative proceedings or stool for the purpose, inter alia, to
urgently reconsider administrative acts or repaired
relating to customs matters. Such stool or procedures shall be independent of the authorities designated
administrative performance; their decisions are made by those
authorities and will be decisive for their administrative activity if
will be lodged with the competent higher court or stool appeal
appeal period prescribed for the importer, provided that the central government
boss the other side of the administrative body can take measures to achieve
consider the matter in further proceedings if it is reasonably possible
předpokládati that the decision is contrary to the principles laid down
law or inconsistent with the facts.

(C) The provisions of subparagraph (b) of this paragraph shall not vyžadovati that
been removed or replaced by a steering force on the territory of the Contracting Party in
date of signing this Agreement, which actually provides objective and impartial review of administrative
acts, even though such a procedure is not entirely
or formally independent bodies in charge of administrative power. Each
Party taking such a procedure will provide for him
contracting parties to request full information in order to determine whether such
management meets the requirements set out in this paragraph.
Article XI


General elimination of quantitative restrictions.

First Coming prohibitions or restrictions other than duties, taxes because other benefits, whether they are carried
quotas, import or export permits or other
manner will not be implemented or maintained by any party in
importation of any product of any other contracting country
party or exportation or sale for export of any product destined for the country
any other Party.

Second The provisions of paragraph 1 of this Article shall not apply to:

(A) Export prohibitions or restrictions temporarily applied in order to prevent or remove
critical shortages of foodstuffs or other products essential to the exporting
Party;

(B) import or export prohibitions or restrictions necessary to ensure that they are implemented
standards or modifications to screening, evaluation or
sale of goods in international trade;

(C) import restrictions on any agricultural or fishing
product, imported in any form, and needed to be carried
government measures, which purpose is:

(I) limit the amount of the same domestic product which may be sold or manufactured
or absence of a significant domestic production of the same
product, reduce the amount of domestic product which the imported product can be directly
replaced; or

(Ii) removing the temporary surplus of a like domestic product, or
if no substantial domestic production of the same product, such
domestic product that may be imported products directly replaced, and the fact that
the excess will be at the disposal of certain groups
domestic consumers free of charge or at a price lower than normal market prices; or

(Iii) limit the amount allowable for the production of any animal
product whose production wholly or largely depends directly on
goods imports when domestic production of these products is relatively small
.

Any Contracting Party applying restrictions on the importation of any product

Under subparagraph (c) of this paragraph shall publicly announce the total amount
or the aggregate value of the product that will be allowed on the importation
during a future period of time, and each currency in such quantity or value
. In addition, no restrictions applied pursuant to subparagraph (i) above
not such as to reduce the total of imports relative to total
domestic production compared with the ratio, which may be deemed
understand that it would between them, if there were not those restrictions. In determining this ratio
Party will take due account of the affair that
there was a representative during the previous period, and any special
officials who might or might shalt have an impact on trade
product concerned.

Third The name "import restrictions" or "export restrictions" in Article XI, XII, XIII and XIV
includes restrictions on the activities carried out by state-owned enterprises
business.

ARTICLE XII.

Restrictions to protect the balance of payments.

First Notwithstanding the provisions of paragraph 1 of Article XI, any contracting party may
in order to safeguard its external financial balance of payments and the positions
restrict the quantity or value of merchandise permitted to be imported under the conditions
set out in the following paragraphs of this article.

Second

(A) No State Party shall glitches or zostřovati
maintain import restrictions under this Article, except to the extent that what is
need to make

(I) prevent the imminent threat of a serious decline in its monetary reserves or
it stopped, or

(Ii) reached a reasonable increase in its foreign exchange reserves, in the case of
Party with very low monetary Reserve.

In both cases, taking into account all the necessary specific factors that influence
currency reserves Party or its need
currency reserves, as well as the need for appropriate use of special
foreign loans or other sources, if they have such credits or resources
disposal.

(B) The Parties, using restriction under paragraph (a) of this paragraph
will gradually uvolňovati such as conditions
zlepšovati, keeping only the extent to which conditions have been in place || | hereafter subparagraph still justify their use. They are
odstraňovati if their introduction or maintenance
no longer authorized by the terms of that paragraph.

Third The Parties recognize that in the next few years will all
varying extents setkávati with questions of economic adjustment,
arising from the war. During this period, the Parties will - it will
necessary to draw any decision under this Article or Article XIV
- fully take into account the difficulties of post-war adjustment and
need that either party may possess, to
import restrictions used as a means to rebalance their balance of payments
healthy and permanent base.

(B) The Parties recognize that as a result of domestic policies that
either party seeks to achieve and maintain full and productive employment and
vast and ever-increasing demand or to ensure
reconstruction or development industrial and other economic resources, and the
increasing levels of productivity may at such Party
created a large demand for imports. therefore

(I) Notwithstanding the provisions of paragraph 2 of this article will be of no
Party is required to remove or modify restrictions on the
due to the aforementioned change its policies would make restrictions that
applied under this Article unnecessary;

(Ii) any Contracting Party applying import restrictions under this Article
, you can specify load limiting imports of different products or
different kinds of products, so that it will give priority to imports of those products, which in the light
such policies are more important.

(C) The Parties agree that in carrying out their domestic policies

(I) take due account of the need to rebalance their balance of payments
healthy and lasting basis and to the desirability of ensuring
cost efficient utilization of manufacturing resources;

(Ii) not to use them for restrictions that would unduly impede imports
any kind of merchandise trade in small quantities, whose elimination would violate
regular business connection or restrictions
which would prevent the importation of commercial samples or prevent this,

Order to be compliance proceedings relating to patents, trade
trademarks, copyrights, etc .; and that

(Iii) shall be placed under the restrictions in this article so that
shied away from unnecessary damage to commercial or economic interests
any other Party.

Fourth

(A) Each State Party which does not use restrictions under this Article
but considering the need to do so, it shall consult prior to the introduction of such restrictions
(or, in cases where prior consultation is impracticable,
immediately after its introduction), the Contracting parties concerning the nature of their
Paying-balance difficulties, a variety of appropriate protective measures
which would have been at the disposal and the possible effects of such measures on the economy
other parties. Any Contracting Party shall not be
award during deliberations under this subparagraph, in order to provide advance notice for special measures
which finally decides, and since when is going
apply.

(B) The Parties may, at any time call upon any party that
applying import restrictions under this Article to launch them
such a meeting, and invite each Party to such restrictions
significantly sharpens to consultation within 30 days. Contracting Party
thus invited to participate in such debates. The Parties may
any to invite another party to participate in these debates.
Until 1 January 1951, the Parties shall revision of all existing restrictions on
this day and still applied under this Article at the time of revision.

(C) Any Contracting Party may consult with the parties for the purpose
that have received prior approval for restrictions which the Contracting Party intends
under this Article shall introduce or maintain, sharpen, or for
restrictions which it intends to maintain, sharpen or introduce certain
future conditions. As a result of these deliberations the parties may
prior approval of the maintenance, sharpening or imposing restrictions concerned
Party in terms of general scope, degree and duration of these restrictions
. Within the limits of such approval shall not be deemed that
requirements of paragraph (a) of this paragraph are met, and the measures
Party, which will be subject to restrictions, you can not napadati
under subparagraph (d) of this paragraph on the grounds that such measures
is inconsistent with the provisions of paragraph 2 of this Article.

(D) Any Party, which considers that another contracting party performs
restrictions under this Article contrary to the provisions of paragraph 2
or 3 of this article or with the provisions of Article XIII (subject
Article XIV), may refer the matter to the parties for consideration
; Party implement the restriction to participate in this discussion
. They If Contracting Parties during the preliminary
explore the trade Party, which avail itself of this proceeding
is adversely affected, present their views parties in order that
reached a settlement of the case in question, which would
was satisfying for the parties and for the party. If such a settlement
achieved and decide if a Party that restrictions are implemented in contravention of the provisions
2 and 3 of this Article or Article XIII (subject to the provisions of Article XIV
) advises that the deleted or changed.
Unless restrictions have been removed or amended in accordance with the recommendation
Contracting Parties within 60 days, the parties may
to release any contracting party from certain obligations under this Agreement, which would
party owes contractual hand carrying her limitations.

(E) It is recognized that premature disclosure intends to introduce, remove or amend it
under this Article, any restrictions could podněcovati
speculation in international trade and capital movements, which would like
thwarting the purpose of this Article. Therefore, the Contracting Parties shall take care
maintaining the utmost secrecy in organizing any meeting.

Fifth Acquires If the use of import restrictions under this Article
permanent nature and large scale and will express his opinion and state general
imbalances that hamper international trade, the Parties shall give rise to
debates, which purpose will consider whether could be either Ono
parties to whom the balance of payments are under pressure or Ono
parties to whom the balance of payments have exceptionally favorable
tendency, and finally any relevant intergovernmental organizations made

Other measures would remove the underlying causes of that imbalance.
At the invitation of the Parties, the Parties participate in such debates.
ARTICLE XIII


Discriminatory implementation of quantitative restrictions.

First No prohibition or restriction of imports of any product
territory of any other Party or exportation of any product destined for the territory
any other contracting party shall be no Party
but he was not prohibited because similarly restricted imports of the same product | || all third countries and exports of the same product to all third countries.

Second When using import restrictions to any product, the Contracting Parties
bring about such a distribution of trade in this product, which
as much as possible closer to shares that would be different Party
could rearm if there had been such restrictions and to this end they will observe these provisions
:

(A) Where it is feasible, will be determined contingents
representing the total amount of permitted imports (whether to split
supplying countries or not), and the amount thereof shall be published in
accordance with paragraph 3 (b) of this Article;

(B) in cases where the total contingents are not feasible, may be
restrictions implemented in the form of import permits or certificates without
total contingent;

(C) Contracting Parties shall not, except for administrative purposes
quotas allocated under paragraph (d) of this paragraph, require to import
permit or certificate has been used for imports of the product concerned from a particular country or
resources;

(D) in cases where contingent before the split between supplying
States may be party performing restrictions, agreeing parties
assignment of shares in the contingent with all other contracting
parties have substantial interest in supplying the product concerned.
In cases where this method is not well used, the Contracting Party shall allocate
parties that have a substantial interest in supplying
which the product proportions of the total quantity or value
imported product, which will proportional deliveries effected by these
parties during the earlier a representative period, during which
were properly take into account many as walk special factors which may have or may
shall have effect on trade of this product.
Not imposing conditions or formalities that would prevent any Party fully
vyčerpati share, attributed it to the total quantity or value of
provided that imports should be made within a prescribed time period covered || | contingent will apply.

Third

(A) In cases where, in connection with import restrictions are issued
import authorization, the Party shall provide, implement the restriction on
request of either party who has an interest in the trade in the product concerned
, all essential information about how to implement restrictions on
import authorizations issued during the recent period and the distribution of such licenses
among supplying countries, with the proviso that there is a commitment
Advise the information on the names of importing or supplying businesses.

(B) In the case of import restrictions involving the fixing contingents
Party shall implement the restriction publicly announce
total amount or value of the product or products that will be allowed to import
during a future period, and any change in such quantities or
value. Any supplies of the product concerned, which were en route at
time when the public notice was published, are not excluded from consideration
in imports, with the proviso that, where feasible, will
can be credited to amount to be allowed to import in nearby
period or periods, and further provided that if either party
usually exempt from such restrictions products discussed
free circulation or discussed from the warehouse to free circulation during
thirty days from the publication of such a decree will be such Praks
considered full compliance with this subparagraph.

(C) the contingent divided between supplying countries will
Contracting Party which carried restrictions shall promptly notify all other
parties that have an interest in supplying the product concerned, what
shares by the amount of contingent or the value of the individual

Contracting States scheduled for the current period, and shall not be known
public notice.

Fourth Regarding restrictions carried out under paragraph 2 (d) of this Article
or paragraph 2 (c) of Article XI, the selection of a representative period for any product and
assessment of any special factors affecting the trade
this product from the beginning made a party, she
which carries restrictions; However, such party
at the request of any other Party, which has a substantial interest in the supply
this product, or at the request of the Contracting Parties immediately consult with another
Contracting Party or Parties of the need to regulate the otherwise | || share or elected representative period, or re-assess the specific
officials who have influence, or about the need to remove the condition
formalities or any other provisions established unilaterally when allocating adequate
contingent or its unfettered use.

Fifth The provisions of this Article shall apply in any customs also
contingents established or maintained by any contracting party, and
if that is possible, the principles of this Article, extended to
export restrictions and any internal regulations of which act
paragraphs 3 and 4 of Article III.

Article XIV.

Exceptions to the rule of non-discrimination.

First

(A) The Parties recognize that the consequences of the war brought
difficult problems in economic compensation, which do not allow immediate, full
discriminatory implementation of quantitative restrictions, and consequently require
introducing exceptional measures for a transitional period, which are
listed in this paragraph.

(B) The Contracting Party which carried restrictions under Article XII, when
may use such restrictions to deviate from the provisions of Article XIII
manner that has an effect equivalent to restrictions on payments and transfers of conventional international
transactions, and she limitation of this Party may
at the time uplatňovati within the meaning of Article XIV of the Articles of Agreement of the International monetary Fund
or under a similar special measures
monetary agreements concluded within the meaning of paragraph 6 of Article XV.

(C) The Party which carried restrictions under Article XII, and that day
first March 1948 carried out by import restrictions in order to maintain the balance
its balance of payments means deviating from the rules
non-discrimination set out in Article XIII, may continue the
this deviation and even to an extent that would not be mentioned day He had been allowed
subparagraph (b), and may přizpůsobovati such derogation
changing circumstances.

(D) Each State Party, which before July 1, 1948
signed the Protocol on putting in interim efficacy, done at Geneva on 30 October 1947
, and that this signing provisionally adopt the principles of paragraph 1 || | Article 23 of the draft Charter submitted the preparatory committee of the conference
United Nations on trade and employment, may decide
written notification addressed to the parties prior to January 1, 1949, that
will observe the provisions of Appendix J to this Agreement , at which the Annex
expressed these principles, instead of the provisions of subparagraphs (b) and (c)
this paragraph. Measures paragraphs (b) and (c) shall not apply in
to contracting parties, which are hereby decide to abide by the provisions of Annex J
; and contrary to the provisions of Annex J
not apply to the Parties that this decision did not.

(E) The course of action for the implementation of import restrictions in the postwar
transitional period under subparagraphs (b) and (c) or Annex J
will be determined effort to sustaining the greatest possible development of a multilateral trade
this period and urychlovati achieve that balance of payments
order was no longer necessary to measure uchylovati Article XII
or transitory monetary agreements.

(F) Any Contracting Party may odchylovati from the provisions of Article XIII
, in accordance with the provisions of subparagraphs (b) or (c) of this paragraph or
defined in Annex J, only so long as uses | || measures for a transitional post-war period in terms of Article XIV of the Articles
Agreement of the International monetary Fund, or similar special measures
monetary agreements concluded pursuant to paragraph 6 of Article XV.

(G) Not later than March 1, 1950 (ie three years from the day when
International Monetary Fund began operation) and then every other year
Contracting Parties shall issue a report on any precautions taken by the Contracting

Parties pursuant to subparagraph (b) and (c) of this paragraph and Annex J.
In March 1952 and in each subsequent year, each Party, which will be
still entitled to take action under the provisions of paragraph (c )
or Annex J, consults with parties regarding any deviations from Article XIII
, at that time still used under those provisions, and
regarding further use of these provisions. After March 1, 1952
any measures undertaken pursuant to Annex J and excess application of derogations
about which there has been deliberate and that the contracting parties found unsubstantiated
or any adjustment of these imbalances changes in circumstances, they will be subjected to a
any restrictions of a general nature, that Party may
předepsati into account the circumstances in which the party concerned.

(H) Contracting Parties may, if considered in exceptional circumstances such
measures necessary, refer any Party authorized to
action under the provisions of subparagraph (c) that there are favorable conditions for waiving
from further use of derogations from the provisions of Article XIII,
or total abandonment of all deviations carried out in accordance with
that subparagraph. After March 1, 1952 each Party
exceptional circumstances do such notices
either Contracting Party who is authorized to take action under the provisions of Annex J.
Party will be given a reasonable time to respond to such
notice. Where the Party that the Party remains in
unauthorized deviations from the provisions of Article XIII, the contractor is obliged
within sixty days, restrict or stop the implementation of such
variations according to the instructions of the Contracting Parties.

Second Whether there was a halt to measures implemented in the interim period
meaning of paragraph 1 (f) or not, of the Party of import
restrictions under Article XII may, with the consent of the Parties
deviate temporarily from the provisions of Article XIII, if the Concerning
small part of its foreign trade if the benefits of the resulting respective
party or the Contracting parties concerned
substantially outweigh any damage that could arise from trade
other contracting parties.

Third Article XIII shall not preclude restrictions imposed in accordance with the provisions of Article XII
which either

(A) are implemented group of territories having a common
quotas in the International Monetary Fund on imports from other countries, but not between themselves,
provided that such restrictions are in all other respects in accordance | || with the provisions of Article XIII, or

(B) help to December 31, 1951 by measures that avoids
major deviation from the provisions of Article XIII, another country whose economy was destroyed
war.

Fourth Party carrying out import restrictions under Article XII shall not be prevented
Articles XI to XV, inclusive, of this Agreement, to use
measures to control its exports in a way which would increase their profits
in foreign currencies and which may use without departing from the provisions of Article XIII
.

Fifth Contracting Party shall not be prevented, including Articles XI to XV of this Agreement,
to carry out quantitative restrictions

(A) which have the same effect as the foreign exchange restrictions authorized under Section 3
(b) of Article VII of the Articles of Agreement of the International Monetary Fund, or

(B) established by the preferential arrangements provided for in Annex A to this Agreement
pending the outcome of the negotiations, which were mentioned in the annex.

ARTICLE XV.
The foreign exchange adjustments


First The Parties will seek to collaborate with the International Monetary Fund
to contractors and fund grew coordinated policy on issues
devisových, within the jurisdiction of the Fund, as well as issues
qualitative restrictions and other trade measures belonging to the
competence of the parties.

Second In all cases where the contracting parties are to examine in or
decide all questions concerning monetary reserves, balance of payments or
payment agreements come into closer consultation with the International Monetary Fund.
During such a meeting the Parties shall take all findings relating
statistical and other facts presented by the Fund, which are related to courses
foreign currency exchange reservám and balances of payments, and also take
decision Fund on whether the actions of the parties in devisových
matters is in accordance with the Articles of Agreement of the International Monetary Fund

Or the provision of special monetary agreement between the contractor and
parties. The final decision in cases where
eligible criteria under paragraph 2 (a) of Article XII, take
Party Fund's decision on whether monetary reserves Contracting Party
seriously declined, whether low level or whether increased by
reasonable degree, as well as the financial implications of all other issues than on
will be organized in such cases apply in.

Third Parties will seek an agreement with the International Monetary Fund
parties to the proceedings at meetings pursuant to paragraph 2 of this Article.

Fourth The Contracting Parties shall refrain from all devisových measures would be
contrary to the spirit of this Agreement and any trade measures that would
contrary to the spirit of Article Agreement of the International Monetary Fund.

Fifth If the Parties whenever the view that a Party
performs the foreign exchange restrictions on payments and transfers in connexion with the importation
way that defies the exceptions provided for quantitative restrictions
this Agreement shall submit a report thereon to the Fund.

6th Any Contracting Party which is not a member of the Fund, it will be determined at the time
Contracting Parties, after consultation with the Fund, a member of the Fund or
failing so closes Parties
special monetary agreement. Contracting Party which ceases to be a member of the Fund, immediately close
special monetary agreement with the parties. Each specific monetary
agreement concluded by a contracting party under this paragraph then becomes
part of its obligations under this Agreement.

7th

(A) Specific monetary agreement between the contractor and the contracting parties
pursuant to paragraph 6 of this Article shall contain such provisions, to be
Party may deem necessary for the end to the foreign exchange measures of that Party
not in contradiction with the spirit of this Agreement.

(B) The terms of that agreement will not be at a Party in devisových
things obligations that would on the whole be more restrictive than the obligations
stored in the articles of agreement of the International Monetary Fund, the Fund's members.

8th Contracting Party which is not a member of the Fund, provides in general
within the provisions of Section 5 of Article VIII of the Agreement of the International Monetary Fund
such information that the Parties may claim that they
exercise their functions under this Agreement.

9th Subject to the provisions of paragraph 4 of this Article, nothing in this Agreement
not preclude the

(A) the parties to pursue the foreign exchange control or restrictions in the foreign exchange
accordance with the Articles of Agreement of the International Monetary Fund or with special provisions
monetary agreement between the Contracting Party and
parties or

(B) carry restriction or control the import or export of which only
effect - in addition to the effects of holidays under Articles XI, XII, XIII and XIV -
is that such foreign exchange control or the foreign exchange restrictions were effective.

ARTICLE XV.


Support
If a Contracting Party shall establish or maintain in force
support any method, including any assurance or retirement
price support, which causes directly or indirectly
increase exports of any product in its territory or reduce imports of any || | product into its territory, shall notify in writing to the Contracting parties to the extent and nature
support, estimating the effect of the aid on the quantity of the product concerned or
products imported into the territory of the Party or exported from it, and
circumstances which render support necessary. In any case, where the
decides to support any such cause or are likely to occur
serious injury to the interests of any other Party, the Party
discuss providing support, if requested, to the concerned Party
party or parties concerned or with parties
Reduced support.

Čl.XVII.

Non-discriminatory treatment of by state trading enterprises

First

(A) Each Party that establishes or maintains a State enterprise, wherever
located, or grants to any enterprise, formally or in fact
exclusive or special privileges, agrees that such an undertaking will be at
its purchases or sales involving either imports or exports,
postupovati in accordance with the general principles of non
loading specified in this Agreement for governmental measures to
affecting imports or exports by private traders.


(B) The provisions of subparagraph (a) of this paragraph has to understand so that
requires that such businesses - Having due regard to other provisions of this Agreement
- conduct any such purchases or sales of only
by commercial considerations, such is the regard for cost, quality, quantity,
which is available, the marketability, transportation and other conditions of purchase or sale of
, and to provide enterprises of other contracting parties adequate opportunity
in accordance with Praks normal business so that they can compete
participation in such purchases and sales.

(C) The requested Party shall zabraňovati any undertaking (whether
terms of enterprise described in subparagraph (a) of this paragraph or not)
who is under her authority to act in accordance with the principles ( a)
and (b) of this paragraph.

Second The provisions of paragraph 1 of this Article shall not apply to imports
products intended for direct or final government consumption and
not for resale or to produce goods for sale. Regarding
such imports, each Party shall trade
other Contracting Parties fair and equitable treatment.

Čl.XVIII.

Adjustments related to economic development

First The Parties recognize that it may be requested for special government assistance
support the establishment, development of recovery because some industries or agriculture
and that in appropriate circumstances such assistance in
form of protective measures is justified. At the same time recognize that
unwise use of such measures imposing an undue burden
their own management and unjustified restrictions on international trade and
could unnecessarily zvětšovati economic difficulties
adaptation economies of other countries.

Second

(A) If a Party in the interest of its program for economic recovery
development because it considers that it is desirable to make any
discriminatory measure that would match any liability that
took on by Article II or any other provision of this Agreement
, such requesting Party shall notify the Contracting parties and
provide them with a written statement of the considerations justifying the adoption
proposed measure.

(B) The Parties such statements circulated immediately to all other
Contracting Parties, each Party, which believes that its proposed measures
trade was significantly affected, provide the contracting parties
its opinion in such period as shall be prescribed.

(C) The Contracting Parties shall immediately examine the proposed measure whether he agrees
, whether with or without changes, and take into consideration in its examination of the
provisions of this Agreement, the considerations submitted by the requesting Party
and its state of economic development because recovery, the views
Contracting parties which may be substantially affected, and the effect that proposed measures
- whether with or without changes - will probably enjoy in the
international trade.

Third

(A) If, as a result of its examination pursuant to paragraph 2 (c) of this article
Party fundamentally agree with any proposed measures
- whether with or without changes - which would be contrary to | || any commitment that the requesting party has assumed
according to Article II, or which would tend to cancel or obstruction of benefits arising
any contracting party or parties as a result of that commitment
parties will encourage and help the
negotiations between the requesting party and another Contracting party or parties that would
been substantially affected, in order to achieve substantial agreement.
Contracting party acquires a timetable for such negotiations and shall notify the Contracting Parties concerned
.

(B) The Parties will enter into negotiations under subparagraph (a) of this paragraph
in such period as shall be prescribed by the Contracting Party, and then - but he
Contracting Parties decided otherwise - will without breaking deal to reach | || substantial agreement in accordance with the timetable laid down by the parties.

(C) When was reached substantial agreement, the Parties may
to let the requesting Party of the obligation referred to in subparagraph
(a) of this paragraph or any other valid
commitment under this Agreement, subject to such restrictions that while negotiations were
agreed between the parties.

Fourth

(A) If, as a result of its examination pursuant to paragraph 2 (c) of this

Article, the Parties agree to any proposed measures -
with or without changes - but other than that
measures referred to in paragraph 3 (a) of this Article, and that would be in violation of any | || provisions of this Agreement, the parties may let
requesting Contracting Party of any liability arising from such provisions
subject to such restrictions which may be imposed.

(B) If the reference to the provisions of paragraph 2 (c) of this Article
this inquiry finds that such measures are probably not more
omezovati international trade than any other practicable and reasonable measures
this holiday agreement, which could be done without
undue hardship, and if it finds that this measure is most suitable for the intended purpose
taking into account the economic structure of the
industry or the agricultural sector and the current economic situation || | requesting Party, the parties agreeing to such
measure and allow such release from liability, which may be
need for such measures to be effective.

(C) If, upon the consent of the Parties to the introduction
measure which has been notified in accordance with paragraph 2 of this Article
and which will measure referred to in paragraph 3 (a) of this Article, by
occurred or threatened increase in the imports of goods or products including
products that the product or products can directly replace and
if this rise so substantial that would jeopardize plans
requesting Contracting Party to the establishment, development or recovery of the industry or
or agricultural sectors, and if they can not be found any other
preventive measures, as in accordance with this Agreement, which would probably
could be effective, the requesting party, after notice and
if it is practicable, after consultation with the parties to carry out such other
measures that the situation requires, unless the Contracting parties decide, with
that such measures will not reduce imports below the level in the last
representative period preceding the date of the making of the original notification
Party under paragraph 2 of this Article.

Fifth

(A) In the case of the measures referred to in paragraph 3 of the articles of the Treaties
parties at the earliest opportunity, but usually within fifteen days
day when the declaration referred to in paragraph 2 (a) of this article, || | notify the requesting party, the date when it shall inform whether
fundamentally agrees or disagrees with the proposed measure, with or without
changes.

(B) In the case of the measures referred to in paragraph 4 of this Article
Contracting Party, as it remembers paragraph 5 (a) shall inform the requesting Contracting Party
the date on which it announces whether it will be granted or
impervious from such liability or liabilities that may apply to that -
if the requesting party has not received a final answer on the day specified
contracting parties - may, after notification to the Contracting parties to introduce measures designed
after a additional thirty days from that date.

6th Each Party may maintain in force any
discriminatory measures, effective September 1, 1947, which was introduced for
establishment, development or restoration of individual industrial or agricultural sectors
and that is not otherwise permitted by this Agreement, with | || condition that each such Party shall notify the other Contracting Party
no later than October 10, 1947, on every product, in whose favor
should be maintaining the existing measures, and the nature and purpose of such measures
. Each Party maintaining such measures shall be notified within
sixty days after it became a party, the parties concerned
measure, the reasons for its holding and the length of time that it wants to keep
. In the shortest time possible, but no later than twelve months from the date when such
Party has become a party, explore the Contracting Party concerned
measures and decide on it as if it were
submitted to the Parties for approval under the provisions of
preceding paragraphs of this article. When deciding pursuant to this paragraph
determine the date on which it is to be amended or repealed some provisions would be
Contracting Parties shall take into account the possible need for the contracting parties concerning
reasonable period within which the amendment or repeal of the measures could
perform.

7th The provisions of paragraph 6 of this Article shall not - in terms of

Any Party - apply to any product described in
relevant document attached to this Agreement.

Čl.XIX.

Emergency measures on the importation of certain products

First

(A) If, as a result of an unforeseen developments and the effect of obligations that
Party assumed under this Agreement, including tariff concessions
any product imported into the territory of that Party in such increased quantities and
under such conditions as to cause or threaten to cause
serious injury to domestic producers on that territory, who produce the same or
directly competing products, will have the right party regarding
such a product to the extent and the time necessary to prevent or remedy such harm
suspended commitment in whole or in part or
revoked or amended concession.

(B) provide, if either party concession on a product enjoying
preference and if the product to which the concession relates imported into the territory of the Contracting Party
circumstances referred to in subparagraph (a) of this | || paragraph, so that these imports cause or threaten to cause serious injury
manufacturers like or directly competitive products, which are established on the territory
Party, which enjoys or enjoyed mentioned preferences
can turn this party in this case on the latter party and
she will be entitled wholly or in part suspendovati relevant commitment
or to appeal respectively. Modify concession to the extent and for the time needed to
order to prevent such harm because to rectify this damage.

Second Before either Party shall take measures in accordance with paragraph 1 of this Article
notify it in writing to the Parties as soon as possible.
Provide these and other contracting parties having a substantial interest
as exporters of the product concerned, the opportunity to deal with her
about the proposed measures. If such notification by backtracking
relating to preference, contain a name of the contractor who requested
measures. In critical circumstances where delay would cause damage
which would be difficult to repair, action under paragraph 1 of this Article
may be taken provisionally without prior consultation, on the condition that
meeting will be conducted immediately after the execution of such measures.
3


(A) Unless the Parties concerned on these measures will not
Party who is going to do or implementing them
continuation, not a hindrance, to carry out his intention. In this case
the Contracting Parties which are affected by the measure, within ninety days
after arrangements have been made and thirty days after being advised
Party suspendovati implementation of the commitments or concessions from the || | Agreement resulting in a substantially equally valuable against the suspension
Party and no objections concerning trade Party
which has taken the measure, or if spoken of paragraph 1 (b) of this
article related to trade Party, who requested
measures to be taken.

(B) Notwithstanding the provisions of paragraph (a) of this paragraph, if
action is taken pursuant to paragraph 2 of this Article
without prior consultation and causes or threatens to cause a Contracting Party
domestic manufacturers affected by this measures serious harm, she
Party shall have the right, when delay would cause damage difficult to repair, after
suspendovati made and measures for meeting such obligations or
discounts to the extent necessary to prevent injury or its remedy.

Čl.XX.


General Exceptions
With the proviso that such measures are not applied in a manner that would
was instrumental arbitrary or unjustifiable discrimination between
States where the same conditions prevail, or a disguised restriction on international trade
, nothing in this Agreement shall interpreted as meaning
that would prevent any Contracting party to implement measures:

I.

(A) necessary to protect public morals;

(B) necessary to protect life or health of humans, animals or plants;

(C) relating to the importation or exportation of gold or silver

(D) necessary to ensure the preservation of laws and regulations that
not inconsistent with the provisions of this Agreement, including those relating to the implementation
customs legislation, implementation of monopolies operated by
paragraph 4 of Article II and XVII, the protection of patents,

Trademarks and copyrights, and the prevention of deceptive practices;

(E) relating to products convict;

(F) made for the protection of national treasures of artistic, historic or archaeological
prices;

(G) relating to the conservation of exhaustible natural resources if such measures are
put into effect in conjunction with restrictions
domestic production or consumption;

(H) made under obligations arising from inter-governmental agreements
goods in accordance with principles approved by the Economic and Social Council
United Nations in its resolution, dated March 28, 1947, establishing the Interim Coordinating
Committee for international agreement on goods; or

(I) implying restrictions on exports of domestic materials for a domestic processing industry
during the period when the domestic price of such materials is
kept below world price in the context of the government's stabilization plan, with
provided that such restrictions will be implemented for the purpose
to increase exports of products such domestic industry or
providing him with protection, and that they do not conflict with the provisions of this Agreement relating to non-discrimination
;

II.

(A) essential for the supply or distribution of products, which is
general or local shortage, with the proviso that all such
measures are consistent with any multilateral arrangements that
heading towards equitable international distribution such products, and
unless there such adjustments, the principle that all parties have
entitled to an equitable share of the international supply of such products;

(B) essential for price control by a party, which suffers from a lack
because of the war; or

(C) essential for the proper disposal of temporary surplus stocks that are
owned or supervised by the government of any Party or industries
built on land either Contracting Party for the needs of the war, which
But it would be wasteful maintain, under normal conditions, with
provided that such measures are not introduced any party
but after consultation with other interested parties in order
appropriate international action.

Measures introduced or maintained under Part II of this article, which
not compared with the other provisions of this Agreement will be removed as soon as the fall
conditions that arose out to them, and in any event no later than
January 1, 1951, provided that this period may be
with the consent of the parties extended terms of use
any particular measure to any particular product
any Party in other times, for which the parties shall determine .

Čl.XXI.

Security exceptions.

Nothing in this Agreement shall be construed

(A) to require a Contracting Party shall render
any information the disclosure of which in her opinion would be contrary to the essential interests of its security
or

(B) to prevent a Party from taking any action
deems necessary for the protection of the essential interests of its security and
concerning

(I) the fissionable materials or materials from which they are manufactured;

(Ii) trade in arms, munitions and war material and trade
other goods and materials, which is carried out directly or indirectly to
supplying a military establishment;

(Iii) was made during the war or in the case of serious tensions in international relations
, or;

(C) to prevent a Party from taking any action in consequence
its obligations under the Charter of the United Nations
maintain international peace and security.

Čl.XXII.
Consultation


Each Contracting Party shall give consideration to the objections transferred
any contracting party regarding the implementation of customs regulations and formalities
, antidumping and countervailing duties, quantitative and
payment adjustments, promotions, conducting state business, health | || laws and regulations to protect the life or health of humans, animals or plants, and even
all things related to the implementation of this Agreement and
afford adequate opportunity to advise it on these objections.

Čl.XXIII.

Protection concessions and benefits

First If any Contracting Party considers that
been canceled or reduced any benefit accruing to it, directly or indirectly, from this

Agreement, or that the attainment of any objective of this Agreement
was hampered by the fact that

(A) either party fails to fulfill its obligations under this Agreement to which
assumed or that

(B) a Party uses a measure that is or is not
contrary to the provisions of this Agreement, or that

(C) there is any other situation, the Party for the purpose
satisfactory adjustment to present things the other contracting party or parties, on which
considers that they are concerned, their written objections or suggestions.
Each Party, which has been intercepted in this way, will be sympathetic
examine the objections and proposals submitted to it.

Second If within a reasonable time not among the participating Contracting Parties
a satisfactory agreement or if the difficulty is of a kind
as specified in paragraph 1 (c) of this article may be submitted thing
Parties. Every thing that they will thus presented, the Contracting Parties
promptly investigate and, where circumstances can the contracting parties, on which
believed that they were concerned, appropriate recommendations on the case after
decide things. The Parties may confer with the Contracting Parties
, Economic and Social Council of the United Nations and any
relevant intergovernmental organizations on matters it deems it necessary
such meetings. Should the Contracting Parties to regard the circumstances
be so serious that they justify such measures may allow
a contracting party or parties that temporarily suspended
against any other Party or Parties to those commitments or concessions
under this Agreement, for which this Party due to circumstances
deem appropriate. If a Party to the actual
suspended the fulfillment of any obligation or providing some concessions may
such Party shall notify in writing to the Secretary General of the United Nations
later than sixty days after the measure takes effect
that it intends to terminate this Agreement and such
denunciation shall take effect upon the expiration of sixty days from the date when
Secretary General of the United Nations has received written notice of the termination
.

PART III.

Čl.XXIV.

Territorial Application - Frontier system - Customs Union and the Free Trade
.

First The provisions of this Agreement shall be put into effect for the parent
customs territory of the parties and other customs territories for which the agreement was
adopted pursuant to Article XXVI or put into effect under Article XXXIII, or
within the meaning of the Protocol provisional putting into effect.
With each such customs territory shall, solely for the purposes of land
bringing into force of this Agreement, dispose as if they were
Contracting Party; Subject to the provisions of this paragraph shall not be construed so as
would constitute rights and obligations between two or more customs territories
for which this Agreement was adopted under Article XXXIII or
meaning of the provisions of the Protocol on the provisional putting effectiveness once
party.

Second For the purposes of this Agreement will be made under customs territory to regard any territory
for which separate tariffs or other trade arrangements regarding
substantial part of the trade of such territory with other territories.

Third The provisions of this Agreement shall not be construed so as to disallow

(A) advantages accorded by a Contracting Party to neighboring countries to facilitate frontier traffic
;

(B) advantages granted to trade with the Free Territory of Trieste,
countries bordering with the territory, provided that such advantages are not in conflict with
peace treaties that arose from the Second World War.

Fourth The Parties recognize that it is desirable to increase the freedom of trade
negotiated voluntary agreements for the mutual
replenishment of countries which are parties to such agreements.
They also recognize that the purpose of a customs union or a free trade area has
be to facilitate trade between the parties and not by creating barriers for trade
participating Contracting Parties to the other Parties.

Fifth Therefore, the provisions of this Agreement do not znemožňovati
formation of a customs union or free trade area or negotiate interim agreements necessary for
formation of a customs union or a free trade area between the territories
Parties; with the proviso that:

(A) as regards the customs union or an interim agreement leading to

Formation of the Customs Union, customs duties and other trade arrangements imposed upon the provisions
such a union or on the basis of such an interim agreement, not if
regards trade with parties that do not participate in such a union or
agreement on the whole higher or more restrictive than they were in their consequences
tariffs and trade arrangements in force in the territory of which the customs union composed
before the formation of such a union, respectively. before signing a provisional agreement
;

(B) Regarding the free trade area, or an interim agreement
leading to the formation of free trade areas, customs duties and other trade arrangements
existent in force in one of the territories from which the area is free
trade and consist force in the formation of a free trade area
or when negotiating such an interim Agreement on trade
parties not included in areas such
or not party to such an agreement will not be higher or more || | restrictive than the corresponding duties and other trade arrangements that apply
territories from which the free trade area comprising, before the formation
this area of ​​free trade, respectively. Interim Agreement, and

(C) any interim agreement about which is spoken in subparagraphs (a) and (b)
shall give the plan and schedule for the formation of a customs union
or a free trade area within a reasonable time.

6th If the performance requirements of paragraph 5 (a)
party proposes to increase any rate of duty contrary to the provisions of Article
II, the procedure provided for in Article XXVIII. When editing
kompensačního settlement so be duly taken into account compensation that has already been granted
corresponding reduction in duties performed by other members
Union.

7th

(A) Each State Party which decides to join the Customs Union or
in free trade or to conclude a provisional agreement
leading to the formation of such a union or notify it immediately to the Contracting Parties and provide
them any information about the upcoming union or area
enable them to give Contracting parties reports on recommendations
consider appropriate.

(B) If, after studying the plans and time schedule set out in the Interim Agreement
cited in paragraph 5 in consultation with the parties to this agreement
and taking due account of the report provided
within the meaning of the provisions of subparagraph (a) parties that such an agreement
unlikely to lead to the formation of a customs union or a free trade
at the time of the intended parties to the agreement, or that the time is not appropriate,
Contracting parties shall make recommendations to these parties. Parties will maintain, or possibly
disclosing the effectiveness of such an agreement if they are not willing to alter her
within the meaning of these recommendations.

(C) Any substantial change in the plan or time schedule
cited in paragraph 5 (c) shall be notified to the contracting parties, which may request
respective Party to cope with them if they change || | likely to be endangered or significantly delayed the formation of a customs union or a free trade area
.

8th For the purposes of this Agreement:

A) The Customs Union will be to regard the replacement of two or more customs territories
single customs territory, so that

(I) duties and other restrictive trade arrangements (except, where necessary, those
permitted under Articles XI, XII, XIII, XIV, XV and XX) are deleted
essentially for all trade between the countries of the Union
composed or at least substantially all trade in goods
originating from these territories, and

(Ii) in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 9, substantially the same duties and the same
trade rules are used by each member of the Union for the treatment
trade in territories outside the EU;

(B) for a free trade area will be to regard a group of two or more
customs territories in which the duties and other restrictive trade rules
(except, where necessary, those permitted under Articles XI ,
XII, XIII, XIV, XV and XX) are eliminated on substantially all trade between Member territories
goods originating from these territories.

9th Preference quoted in paragraph 2 of Article I shall not affect
creating a customs union or a free trade area but may be eliminated or adjusted
negotiations with parties whose concern.
This procedure of negotiations with affected parties will be preserved
especially in the case of the removal of preferences that are required in terms of

Provisions of paragraph 8 (a) (i) and paragraph 8 (b).

10th The Parties may thirds majority to approve the proposal, which is fully
not compared with the requirements of paragraphs 5 to 9 inclusive, with
provided that such proposals lead to the formation of a customs union or a free trade area
within the meaning of this article.

11th Taking into account the exceptional circumstances arising from the establishment
India and Pakistan as independent states, and recognizing that both States
long formed an economic unity, the Parties agree that
provisions of this Agreement shall not prevent the two countries that have concluded special
Agreement on trade until their mutual trade relations
adjusted.

12th Each Party shall take all appropriate measures to be
in its power to ensure that the provisions of this Agreement shall be maintained
regional and local authorities and authorities in its territory.

Čl.XXV.

Concerted action by the Parties.

First Representatives of the Parties shall from time to time to come down for that
order to ensure the implementation of those provisions of this Agreement, which
require joint action, and not to facilitate the implementation of this
Agreement and to support the attainment of its objectives. Wherever this is the
Agreement mention of the contracting parties acting jointly they are designated as
Party.

Second Secretary General of the United Nations is requested to convene the first meeting of the Parties
no later than the day on March 1, 1948.

Third Each Contracting Party shall at all meetings of the Parties
one vote.

Fourth Unless this Agreement provides otherwise, they will be the decision of the Contracting Parties
become of the votes cast.

Fifth

(A) In exceptional circumstances, which is not remembered in other articles
this Agreement, the Parties may exempt certain Party
any obligation under this Agreement, provided that any such decision
It will be approved by a two-thirds majority of the votes cast and that such majority
will include appropriate more than half of the parties.
Such mostly Contracting Parties may also

(I) definovati certain exceptional circumstances under which they will
have different voting conditions for exemption Party
one or more of the commitments and

(Ii) předepsati criteria necessary for the implementation of this paragraph.

(B) If a Party fails without sufficient justification
commitment to go up with another Party in the negotiations, which are
set out in paragraph 1 of Article 17 of the Havana Charter, the Parties may
a complaint and after an investigation persuaded party, which
complaint filed to stop against the other Contracting Parties shall apply
concessions listed in the relevant document to this Agreement. In assessing whether
Party failed nominated obligation, Parties shall take into account
account all relevant circumstances, including the needs for the development, reconstruction
and other necessities, the general fiscal structure of the Contracting Parties
and also provisions of the Havana Charter as a whole. If
use these concessions actually stopped, thereby to store the second
Party uses rates higher than those which would otherwise have been
should use them for, that Party may give notice in writing no later
within sixty days after the measure takes effect,
that it intends to terminate this Agreement. Such denunciation shall take effect upon
expiration of sixty days from the date on which that Party receives a written
notice of such termination.

(C) The provisions of subsection (b) shall not apply
between two contracting parties, which contain lists of concessions concessions originally agreed between them
.

(D) The provisions of paragraphs (b) and (c) shall not apply before 1 January 1949.

Čl.XXVI.

Adoption, entry into force and registration.

First This Agreement shall bear the date of signing of the Final Act, adopted when
end of the second session of the Preparatory Committee for the Conference of the United Nations and
trade and employment, and will be open to acceptance by any
government, as a signatory to the Final Act.

Second This Agreement, drawn up in one English and one French
original, whereby both texts are authentic, shall be deposited with
Secretary-General of the United Nations, who shall send certified copies
all participating governments.

Third Each government accepting this Agreement, deposited an instrument of acceptance

Secretary-General of the United Nations, who will inform all interested
government of the day, which was the instrument of acceptance deposited and the date on which
this Agreement enters into force in accordance with paragraph 5 of this Article.

Fourth Any government that accepts this Agreement, shall do so under its parent
territory and other territories for which it is internationally accountable, with the proviso that when
this admission may declare that any separate customs territory, || | which is internationally accountable, has a full anatomy of the management of its
foreign trade and other things covered by this Agreement
, and that its adoption does not apply to such territories, as the next
proviso that - if any customs territory for which the Party
accepting this Agreement, has or acquires full control of their anatomy in
foreign trade and other things covered by this Agreement
will be a customs territory is considered to be the contracting party when | || responsible Party issued a statement in which they confirmed
foregoing.

Fifth

(A) This Agreement shall enter into force between the governments which have accepted it,
thirtieth day after the date on which they were deposited its instrument of acceptance with the General Secretary of the United Nations
as a signatory Government Final Act on
territory which falls eighty-five percent of the aggregate foreign trade
territory signatories to the Final act adopted at the end of the second
session of the Preparatory Committee for the United Nations conference on trade and employment
. This percentage will be calculated according to the table in Annex H.
instrument of acceptance of each other government, as a signatory
Final Act comes into force on the thirtieth day after the date of deposit of such instrument
.

(B) Notwithstanding the provisions of paragraph (a) of this paragraph shall not enter
this Agreement into force under this paragraph, unless agreement is reached
required under paragraph 2 (a) of Article XXIX.

6th The United Nations is mandated to register this Agreement,
once it enters into force.

Čl.XXVII.

Suspension or revocation of concessions

Each Party shall have the option, at any time or suspendovati
aside in whole or in part any concession provided for in the relevant
document annexed to this Agreement, of which the Party finds that
was originally agreed with the government, which either become or cease to be
party. Contracting Party to take such a measure shall inform the
all the parties and upon request enter into consultations with
Contracting Parties which have a substantial interest of the product concerned.

Čl.XXVIII.

Change documents

First Starting date of January 1, 1954, either party may
modify or stop treatment other than that admitted under Article II
any entry in the relevant document, attached to this Agreement
, after consultation and in agreement with party with which such waste
originally arranged stating, and after consultations with the other parties,
pursuant to a decision of the parties have on that waste
substantial interest. The relevant negotiations and agreements, which may also include appropriate
compensation with other products will be relevant Party try
on the basis of reciprocal and mutually advantageous concessions maintained that the
admitted at a general level, would not trade
less favorable than the general level specified in this Agreement.

Second

(A) If the authority of the Contracting Party having a substantial interest, Adults
to the agreement, the contracting party wishing to modify or stop
such waste, however, shall have the option to do so. If it happens, so be
Party with which it has such a waste originally stipulated
well as other parties involved substantial interest was recognized by
paragraph 1 of this Article shall have the option within six months the date on which
such measure was taken, revoke concessions
essentially the same value as those which were originally arrangements with the Contracting party which has made it
measures after the expiration of thirty days from the date when about
Party received written advance notice.

(B) If agreement is reached between the parties, which have a major
interest, but any other Party with a substantial interest
been recognized pursuant to paragraph 1 of this Article is not satisfied, will have the | || page option within six months of the date on which action has been taken

Pursuance of that agreement, revoke concessions essentially the same value as those which were originally
arrangements with the Contracting Party which has taken measures
pursuance of that agreement, after the expiration of thirty days from the day on which the | || Party received written advance notice.

Čl.XXIX.

Relation of this Agreement, the Charter of the International Trade Organization

First Recognizing that the objectives set out in the introduction to this Agreement may be best achieved through the adoption of the Charter
towards the creation of the World Trade Organization
at the United Nations Conference on Trade and Employment,
the Contracting Parties undertake that for so long by
their constitutional legislation accept such a charter will maintain in its entirety,
comparable with the authority's executive general design principles
Charter, submitted to the conference preparatory committee.

Second

(A) The date of entry into force of the International Charter
Trade Organization, will expire article I and Part II of this Agreement and shall
replaced with the relevant provisions of the Charter, provided that within a period of sixty
days after the United Nations conference on trade and employment
each Party may notify the other Contracting
parties that have objected to certain provisions or any provision of this Agreement
was thus repealed or replaced;
In such case, the Parties shall meet within sixty days after the deadline for
objecting to review the objection and to agree whether
provisions under the Charter, against which the objection was raised, or
the corresponding provisions of this Agreement, either in the present or amended form
.

(B) The Parties agree also on the delegation of its responsibilities under Article XXV
on International Trade Organization.

Third Unless the Charter either party after the coming into force
efficiency, meet the contracting parties to agree whether and in what way has
be supplemented or amended by this Agreement, as regards contractual relations between
a party that has not adopted the Charter, and other
parties.

Fourth If the Charter has become effective, will meet with the parties in
January, 1949, or earlier by agreement, if it is known that the Charter has become ever
efficiency, or by agreement later if
charter expires, to agree that this Agreement has
be amended, supplemented or maintained.

Fifth The signatories to the Final Act, who at the time were contractual
parties will be informed about any objection which raises Party
under the provisions of paragraph 2 of this article, and also of any agreement that would be reached
Party pursuant to paragraph 2, 3 or 4 of this article.

Čl.XXX.
Changes


First With the exception of cases where this agreement are otherwise
provisions of its changes become amendments to the provisions of Part I of this Agreement or
provisions of Article XXIX or of this Article effective,
take if it all Parties, while changes to other provisions
this Agreement shall not become effective against those Contracting parties which is
adopt, upon acceptance by two thirds of the parties and
against any other Party when this party accepts.

Second Each Contracting Party, accepting any amendment to this Agreement, stores
instrument of acceptance with the Secretary General of the United Nations within the period specified by the
Party. These parties may decide that
any change put into effect under this article, such
nature that any Contracting Party that are received within the time specified
Parties will have the opportunity to speak on this Agreement, or
with the consent of the parties to remain a party to it.

Čl.XXXI.
Performances


Without prejudice to the provisions of Article XXIII or of paragraph 2 of Article XXX, any contracting party
beginning on the date January 1, 1951, withdraw from this Agreement or
output can report any customs territories for which it is internationally responsible and to
which at that time have full autonomy in managing
its foreign trade and other things covered by this Agreement
. Such withdrawal shall become effective on January 1, 1951 or after
day after the expiration of six months from the date on which the Secretary General of the United Nations
received written notice of withdrawal.

Čl.XXXII.
Parties


First Parties to this Agreement shall mean those governments which apply

Provisions of this Agreement pursuant to Article XXVI or XXXIII or pursuant
Protocol on putting in interim efficacy

Second Anytime after that, when this Agreement enters into force in accordance with paragraph 5 of Article XXVI
can those Contracting Parties which have accepted this Agreement by
paragraph 3 of Article XXVI may decide that any contracting party which has not accepted
Agreement in this way, will cease to be a party.

Čl.XXXIII.
Access


The government, which is not a party to this Agreement or any government
acting on behalf of a separate customs territory which has full autonomy in managing
its foreign trade and other things
covered by this Agreement may accede to this Agreement for yourself or it territory for
conditions on which the government agreed with the parties.
The decision of the Parties under this paragraph
requiring two-thirds majority.

Čl.XXXIV.
Attachments


Annexes to this Agreement are an integral part of this Agreement.

Čl.XXXV.

First Notwithstanding the provisions of paragraph 5 (b) of Article XXV or liabilities, some
Party under paragraph 1 of Article XXIX, this Agreement
or alternatively Article II of this Agreement shall not be used
between one Contracting Party and any other Contracting party in the case

(A) that both parties did not initiate mutual discussions on Tariffs and

(B) that one of the two parties, when one of them
becoming party consents to its use.

Second At any time before the entry into force of the Havana Charter, the Contracting Parties
přezkoumati in individual cases, the scope of this article to
request of either party and making appropriate recommendations.


Příl.A
List of areas mentioned in paragraph 2 (a) of Article I.

United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

Territory dependent on the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern
Ireland

Canada



Commonwealth of Australia
Territory dependent on the Commonwealth of Australia


New Zealand
Dependent territory of New Zealand

Union of South Africa including South West Africa
Ireland


India (according to the state dated April 10, 1947)


New Foundland Southern Rhodesia

Burma

Ceylon

Uruguay


Some of the areas listed above for some products have two or
several existing preferential tariffs. Any such territory may
agreement with other parties, which are the main suppliers of such products
MFN replace
such preferential rates a single preferential rate, which on the whole not less favorable to suppliers
enjoying clause MFN than
preferences that were in effect prior to such substitution.

Saving equivalent preferential margin replacing
preferential margin of internal taxes, effective on April 10, 1947
between two or more territories referred to in this Annex, or replacing
preferential quantitative arrangements described in the following paragraph, will
considered increasing the preferential margin.

Preferential treatment, as discussed in paragraph 5 (b) of Article XIV are
preferential arrangements existing in the United Kingdom on 10 April 1947
under agreements with Canadian, Australian and New Zealand government and related
the chilled and frozen beef and veal meat, frozen meat
mutton and lamb, chilled and frozen pork, bacon and ham
. Is the intention, without prejudice to any action taken under section
I (h) of Article XX, that these modifications were removed or replaced
tariff preferences, and that negotiations to this end was launched
between countries having a substantial interest as possible first.

With taxes on rent movies in force on April 10, 1947 in New Zealand,
shall, for purposes of this Agreement, be treated as a duty under Article I.
lease contingent film, which was in force in New Zealand on
10th in April 1947, will for the purposes of this Agreement deemed contingent
projection under Article IV.


Příl.B List


Territory of the French Union referred to in paragraph 2 (b) I.
France


French Equatorial Africa (contract territory Congolese ^ *) and other

Territory)

French West Africa

Cameroon under French mandate ^ *)

French Somaliland and dependent territories

French possessions in India ^ *)


French possessions in Oceania

French possessions in condominium of New Hebrides ^ *)

Guadeloupe and dependent territories


French Guiana Indochina


Madagascar and Dependencies

Morocco (French zone) ^ *)
Martinique


New Caledonia and Dependencies


Reunion
Saint-Pierre and Miquelon

Togo under the French mandate ^ *)
Tunis



Příl.C List


Territory of the Customs Union of Belgium, Luxembourg and the Netherlands, referred to in paragraph
2 (b) of Article I.

Economic Union Belgo-Luxembourg


Belgian Congo

Ruanda Urundi

Netherlands

Netherlands India Suriname

Curacao


For imports into the nursery area, forming a customs union.


Příl.D List


Territories mentioned in paragraph 2 (b) of Article I, as regards the United States of America
.

United States of America (customs territory)

Territory dependent on the United States


Republic of the Philippines
Saving equivalent preferential duty margin for that purpose, to replace
margin of preference in an internal tax, applicable on 10 April 1947
exclusively between two or more territories listed in this Annex
will not be considered for raising preferential tariff margins.


Příl.E List


Territories covered by preferential arrangements between Chile and neighboring
States referred to in paragraph 2 (d) of Article I.

Preference force exclusively between Chile on the one hand and

First Argentina

Second Bolivia

Third Peru

On the other.


Příl.F List


Territories covered by preferential arrangements between Lebanon and Syria and
neighboring countries, referred to in paragraph 2 (d) of Article I.

Preferences in force exclusively between the Lebanese-Syrian Customs Union, on the one hand and


First Palestine

Second Transjordanií

On the other.


Příl.G
Days decisive for determining the maximum margin of preference on which
mentioned in paragraph 3 of Article I.
Australia 15 October 1946
Canada July 1, 1939
France January 1, 1939 || | Lebanese-Syrian customs Union 30 november 1939
Union of South Africa 1 july 1938
Southern Rhodesia 1 May 1941


Příl.H
Percentage in the total foreign trade decisive for calculating
percent under Article XXVI.

(Compiled by radius r. 1938 and last 12 months for which data are
are available).
percentage
--------


Australia 3.2 Belgium-Luxembourg-Netherlands 10.9 2.8 Brazil


Burma, Ceylon 0.7 0.6 1.4 Czechoslovakia

China 2.7
French Union 9.4 Chile 0.6


India, Pakistan 3.3 ^ *) 2.3 2.3 Union of South Africa

Southern Rhodesia 0 3

Canada 7.2 Cuba 0.9
Lebanese-Syrian customs Union, Norway 1.5 0.1


New Zealand 1.2 United Kingdom || | and Northern Ireland
25.7 United States 25.2
-------
100.0

NOTE: These percentages have been determined taking into account the trade of all territories
that are the above-named countries internationally responsible and which do not
autonomy in matters about which is the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade
.


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Exceptions to the rules of non

[Applicable to the contracting parties, who so choose
in accordance with paragraph 1 (d) of Article XIV, the place of paragraphs 1 (b) and 1 (c) of Article XIV].

First

A) The Contracting Party conducting import restrictions under Article XII may
uvolňovati a way that deviates from the provisions of Article XIII
extent necessary to enable increased imports received over the maximum quantity of imports
what could take place under the provisions of paragraphs 3
(a) and 3 (b) of Article XII if its restrictions were fully in accordance with Article XIII
, under the condition that

(I) the level of delivery prices of imported products thus will not significantly
převyšovati valid prices of comparable products which are regularly
disposal by the other contracting parties, and that any difference between

Price levels of imported products so within a reasonable period
gradually reduced;

(Ii) Party uchylující to these measures does not like
part of any agreement that substantially reduces the supply of gold and convertible currencies
which party normally receives, whether directly or indirectly
for its exports destined for other contracting parties who are not parties to such agreements
, and below the level of which can reasonably
předpokládati that would otherwise have been achieved;

(Iii) such action does not cause unnecessary damage to the commercial or economic interests
some of the other Contracting Party.

(B) Any Party, which is taking measures pursuant to this paragraph shall
observe the principles of subparagraphs (a). The Contracting Parties shall refrain from transactions
which proves to be contrary to this paragraph, but it will not
vyžadovati to convince the Party in cases where it is not feasible
that the requirements of this paragraph are met for each | || individual transactions.

2 Any Party which takes measures pursuant to paragraph 1 of this Annex
will be on them regularly informovati Party and they will furnish
reach relevant information by the Parties
require.

Third If the Contracting Parties whenever they consider that a Party
out the import restrictions in a discriminatory manner, nesrovnávajícím with
exceptions referred to in paragraph 1 of this Annex, the contracting party within sixty days
eliminate discrimination or modify it according to detailed instructions contractual | || parties; but no measures pursuant to paragraph 1 of this Annex to the extent that
which was approved by the Parties at the request of the parties in the proceedings
similar proceedings pursuant to paragraph 4 (c) of Article XII, will
naříkatelné under this paragraph or under paragraph 4 (d) of Article XII
on the grounds that it is contrary to the provisions of Article XIII.

Explanatory annex J

The fact that either party uses the provisions of Part II (a)
Article XX, means that she Party is not precluded from using
provisions of this Annex, but he will appoint Article XVI (including this || | Annex) in no way restricts the rights of the parties under
part II (a) of Article XX.


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K article
I
Paragraph 1


Commitments, conceived to paragraph 1 of Article I by reference to paragraphs 1 and 2 of Article III
and liabilities, conceived to paragraph 2 (b) of Article II by reference to Article VI
will be considered for the purposes of the Protocol on putting in interim
efficiency as falling within part II of this Agreement.
Paragraph 3


The term "margin of preference" means the absolute difference between the tariff
MFN and preferential tariff on the same
product rather than the ratio between those rates. For example:

First) If the duty rate MFN is 36 percent
ad valorem and the preferential rate of duty is 24 percent ad valorem, is
preferential margin of 12 percent ad valorem, and not third rate by || | MFN.

Second) If the duty rate MFN is 36 percent
ad valorem and the preferential tariff rate is expressed as two-thirds
duty rate MFN, preferential margin is 12 percent ad valorem
.

3). If the duty rate MFN is 2 francs per
1 kilogram and the preferential tariff rate is 1.50 francs per 1 kilogram is
preferential margin of 0.50 franc per 1 kilogram.

These kinds of customs action, taken in accordance with common uniform
Praks will not be attributed to a general binding of margins of preference:

(I) Measures to be placed on a product reintroduced into force
inserted or customs duty rate normally applicable to this product,
in cases where the tariff inserted or tariffs on || | such a product was on 10 April 1947 temporarily suspended or has been ineffective
and

(Ii) measures to be inserted into a single product other customs
items than at which he was classified on April 10, 1947, in cases where the
customs legislation clearly envisages that such a product
can be classified into several tariff lines.

The Article II

Paragraph 2 (b)

See Explanatory Note to paragraph 1 of Article I.
Paragraph 4


ACLI contracting parties which initially negotiated the tariff concession expressly

Agreed otherwise, it will be in the application of the provisions of this paragraph
into account the provisions of Article 31 of the draft Charter, mentioned in Article XXIX
this Agreement.

The Article V
Paragraph 5


As regards transport charges, apply the principles set out in paragraph 5 of the same
products transported in the same way under the same conditions.

The Article VI
Paragraph 1


Hidden dumping, conducted associated companies (ie when sold
importer at a price that is lower than what would correspond to the price charged by the exporter,
with whom the importer is associated, and also lower than the price in exporting country)
it is a form of price dumping.
Paragraph 2


Use of many possible courses currency may under certain circumstances be
supporting exports, against which may be imposed countervailing duties by
paragraph 2, or may be in the form of dumping carried out a partial
currency depreciation in some countries, against which they can be introduced
measures pursuant to paragraph 1 of this Article. By "use of many possible courses
currency" refers to measures undertaken by governments or their approved.
Paragraph 7


Obligations set out in paragraph 7, as well as other obligations under this Agreement
fall under the provisions of Article XIX.

The Article VII
Paragraph 1


It was considered whether it would be desirable to replace the words "as soon as possible"
exact date, as applicable provisions of the special period, which would be determined later
. It was recognized that all Parties
not be able to bring these principles into effect on the date firmly fixed, however
mean that the majority of the Parties is indicated in life when this
agreement is effective.
Paragraph 2


It would be in accordance with Article VII předpokládati that "actual value"
which will be added to all reasonable expenses not included in it, which are
own elements of "actual value", as well as any unusual || | discount or any other deduction from the usual competitive prices.

It would be in accordance with paragraph 2 (b) of Article VII, if any
Party interpreted the phrase "in the normal way trade"
in connection with the term "under conditions of unlimited competition" so that the
excludes any transaction in which the buyer and seller are not mutually
neodvislí and where price is not the only decisive factor
.

Prescribed principle of "conditions of unlimited competition" allows Contracting Parties
nebrati into account the prices charged manifolds, which include
special discounts provided by a sole representatives.

Text of paragraphs (a) and (b) allows a Contracting Party to subject duty uniformly either


(1) on the basis of prices set a specific exporter for imported goods, or


(2) based on the general level of prices of the same goods.

The article VIII

Although Article VIII does not apply to the use of many possible courses
exchange as such, paragraphs 1 and 4 condemn the use devisových
levies or charges as a tool to introduce many possible courses of currencies;
However, if either party in order to protect its balance of payments
chosen with the approval of the International Monetary Fund, the foreign exchange
fees using many possible courses of paragraph 2
be fully protected, since this paragraph only requires to those charges as soon
abolished.

The Article XI

Paragraph 2 (c)

The term "in any form" in this paragraph covers the same products
if they are in the initial stage of processing and still subject to destruction, and
compete directly with the fresh product and if freely imported Being, were with || | cause that would limit imports of fresh products
become ineffective.

Paragraph 2, last subparagraph

The term "special factors" includes changes in relative productive efficiency
between domestic and foreign manufacturers or between different foreign producers, but not
changes artificially induced by means of this Agreement illicit.

The article XII

Paragraph 3 (b) (i)

Expression "notwithstanding the provisions of paragraph 2 of this Article" was inserted in the text
therefore, make it absolutely clear that import restrictions on some
Contracting Party, or "necessary" within the meaning of paragraph 2 (a)
not be regarded as unnecessary because the change in domestic politics as it is about how
mentioned in the text, it could improve the state of the monetary reserves
Contracting Party. Expression should not be understood as if it
provisions of paragraph 2 in any way affected.


Been taken into consideration specific problems which may arise
parties that as a result of their programs of full employment
maintaining a high and rising level of demand and economic development
are exposed to huge import demand and consequently subjected
its foreign trade quantitative treatment. It was considered that the current text of Article XII
together with the provisions on export control in various parts
Agreement, for instance. Article XX, fully account for the needs of these
economy.

The Article XIII

Paragraph 2 (d)

Was made no mention of "commercial considerations" as a rule for allocating
contingents because he was of the opinion that the application of this rule
government authorities would not always feasible.
Otherwise in cases where it is feasible Party may
, take account of these considerations, "when will seek agreement in accordance with
general rule laid down in the first sentence of paragraph 2.
| paragraph 4 ||

See explanatory note on "special factors" in connection with
last paragraph of paragraph 2 of Article XI. the



Article XIV, paragraph 1 (g )

provisions of paragraph 1 (g) shall not opravňovati Party to
to implement the request consultations in individual transactions, but would
transaction was of such proportions that it would be an act of general policy
. in this case, parties, if requested to
a Contracting Party will not take into account transaction individually, but in relation to the overall process
that Party on the issue of imports of the product concerned
.
paragraph 2


One of the situations envisaged by paragraph 2, the situation
contracting parties having good derived from current transactions, which can not use
without discriminatory measures.

The article XV
Paragraph 4


The words "would be contrary to" have to be heard, for instance. That letter
violation of any article of this Agreement devisovým
control measures will be considered a breach of the article if the praksi
had acted against this measure the spirit of the provision. So
Party, which in its foreign exchange control
conducted in accordance with the Articles of Agreement of the International Monetary Fund requires for its exports
received payment in their own currency or in the currency of one or | || more members of the International Monetary Fund, it will be deemed that
violates Article XI or Article XIII. Another example could be
Party which import authorization indicate the country that may be
imported goods, and not because to shed more
discriminatory element in its licensing system imports, but because
allowed to conduct foreign exchange control measures.

The Article XVII
Paragraph 1


Operation "commercial agencies will", established by the parties and that
rob the purchase and sale, subject to the provisions of subparagraphs (a) and (b).

Activities "business agencies will", established by the parties and that
neobírají purchase or sale, but governing private commerce, with
governed by the relevant articles of this Agreement.

This Article does not prevent any state enterprise that
sold the product at different prices in different markets, with the proviso that these prices
various requests for commercial reasons, to do justice to the conditions of supply and demand
on export markets.

Paragraph 1 (a)

Government measures to ensure the level of quality and performance in
foreign trade or to ensure
privileges granted for utilization of national natural resources but which empowers the government to
business management firm concerned, not "
exclusive or special privileges."

Paragraph 1 (b)

Countries that get "tied loan", it may
due regard in the context of its "commercial considerations", it covers his needs buying abroad.
Paragraph 2


The term "product" applies only to products within the meaning of which is used in normal business
praksi and is not intended purchase or sale of services.

K Article XXIV

Fifth paragraph

It is understood that Article I requires that, in the event that the goods
imported into the territory of a member of the customs union or free trade area
a preferential tariff rate, and will be re-exported to | || territory of another member of such a union or area, the member chose duty

Equal to the difference between the duty already paid and the rate of a country enjoying
MFN.

Paragraph 11.

When they signed a definitive commercial agreement between India and Pakistan
will be able to measure both countries put in place to implement these agreements,
odchylovati from certain provisions of this Agreement, but not attributed
its goals.
K article XXVI


Territories for which the parties are internationally responsible, exclude
territory militarily occupied.

Final note.

Question of the applicability of the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade on trade relations
Contracting Parties to the militarily occupied territories are not affected
reserves and further studies in the near future. Nothing in this agreement shall
prejudikovati future resolution. This proviso, however, does not affect
applicability of the provisions of Articles XXII and XXIII on issues arising from
these business relations.

(Translation)


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Schedule X - Czechoslovakia

Only the English and French versions of this instrument is authentic.
PART


Price List for countries enjoying most-favored

+ --------------------------- + ------------------ ----- + ------------ +
| item | | |
| Czechoslovakia | Designation of goods | rate |
| Tariff | | CSK |
+ --------------------------- + ------------------ ----- + ------------ +
| | I. Goods settler. | |
| | | |
| ex 1 | Cocoa beans and husks: | per 100 kg: |
| a) | raw ........................ | 100 - |
| | | |
| 2 ex | Coffee: | |
| a) | crude ........................ | 1650 - |
| | | |
| 3 | Tea ........................... | 5000, - |
| | | |
| | II. spices | |
| | | |
| Ex 4 | Pepper (black, white and red, | |
| | [Spanish, also paprika] | |
| | long pepper, pepper powder); | |
| | Allspice; ginger; | |
| | | |
| ex a) | ground: | |
| ex 2 | Other: | |
| | Pepper (black, white or long) | 500, - |
| | Allspice .................. | 600, - |
| | | |
| | | |
| | | |
| Ex 5 | Cinnamon: | |
| ex a) | unmilled: | |
| 2 | Other: ..................... | 1500, - |
| | | |
| | | |
| Ex 6 | Badiane (Chinese anise); cloves | |
| | (Also clove mothers); macis | |
| | (Mace); muscat | |
| | Unshelled nuts: | |
| | | |
| ex a) | ground: | |
| 2nd | Other: ..................... | 2200, - |
| | | |
| Ex 7 | nutmeg peeled: | |
| ex a) | ground: | |
| 2nd | Other ...................... | 3000, - |
| | | |
| Ex 8 | cardamom, saffron, vanilla: | |
| ex a) | ground: | |
| 2nd | Other ...................... | 3000, - |
| | | |
| | III. Tropical fruit | per 100 kg: |
| Ex 9 | Figs: | |
| ex b) | dried: | |
| 1st | in boxes, crates | |
| | or košíčkách ........ | 300 .-- | Note
| | Dried figs in Vence | |
| The saz. Pol. 9b) | otherwise packaged, imported for | |
| | Factory coffee substitutes, to | |
| | dovolovací sheet, under supervision | |
| | and under the conditions specified | |
| | Regulation ........ | 50 .-- |
| | | |
| Ex 10 | Wine berries and grapes, dried; | |
| | currants: | |
| | Wine berries and grapes, dried | |
| | (1) (6) ...... | 180 .-- | Note
| | Goods saz. No. 10, the imported | |
| The saz. No. 10 | vinegar production, on dovolovací | |
| | sheet, under supervision and conditions | |
| | provided for by Regulation | 40 .-- |

| | | |
| Ex 11 | Lemons, Limon, cedar | |
| | lemons ............. | 140 .-- |
| | grape fruit ......... | 30 .-- |
| | mango ............... | 80 .-- |
| | | |
| Ex 12 | Oranges (also mandarin): | |
| | oranges from June 1 to | |
| | August 31 ............... | 100 .-- |
| | | Gross weight |
| | mandarin .............. | 150 .-- |
| | | Gross weight |

| | | |
| 13 | Lemons, Limon, cedar and | |
| | orange, Na- saltwater | |
| | bulk; Small immature oranges | |
| | Ranches; orange peel, | |
| | cedrátová and lemon, too | |
| | ground or in saltwater | |
| | loaded ................. | 70 .-- |
| | | |
| 14 | Dates, pistachios, bananas | |
| | (Pisang) | |
| | woodpeckers ................. | 270 .-- |
| | pistachio .............. | 540 .-- |
| | bananas (pisang) ....... | 200 .-- |
| | | |
| 15 | Pineapple ................ | 500 .-- |
| | | |
| 16 | Almonds: | |
| | dry or unshelled | |
| a) | peeled .............. | 300 .-- |
| b) | immature in shell ... | 150 .-- |
| | | |
| Ex 17 | Pine (Limbová) cores | |
| | unshelled; carob, | |
| | nazaroly, chestnuts; | |
| | coconut and similar edible nuts | |
| | exotic, fresh olives, | |
| | dried or salted | |
| | coconut and similar edible | |
| | exotic nuts, including | |
| | pozemnicových peanuts and nuts | |
| | pecan .......... | 100 .-- |
| | olives, fresh or dried | |
| | salted .............. | 45 .-- |
| | | |
+ --------------------------- + ------------------ ----- + ------------ +
| | | |
| | VI. Corn; malt, pulses, flour | per 100 kg: |
| | and cereal products; rice. | |
| | | |
| 34 | Rice paddy and hulled, | |
| | rice and broken: | |
| a) | paddy ............. | 10 .-- |
| b) | Other ............... | 40 .-- |
| | | |
| | VII. Fruits, vegetables, plants | |
| | and parts of plants. | |
| | Fruit: | |
| | | |
| Ex 35 | Fresh grapes; wine | |
| | mash: | |
| | grapes, fresh: | |
| | from 1 December to 31 December | 400 .-- |
| | from 1 August to 30 November | 500 .-- |
| | | |
| Ex 36 | Walnuts and hazelnuts | |
| | nuts, ripe: | |
| | unshelled ............ | 150 .-- |
| | peeled .............. | 200 .-- |
| | | |
| Ex 37 | Fruit not, | |
| | Fresh (2) | |
| ex a) | Fine table fruit: | |
| ex 1. | peaches and nectarines, pears, | |
| | apples and strawberries: | |
| | peaches and nectarines from | |
| | 1 March to 31 May ... | 170 .-- |
| | pears from 1 October to | |
| | May 31 ................ | 75 .-- |
| | Apples: | |
| | November 1 | |
| | 31 May ............ | 75 .-- |
| | from June 1 to June 30 | |
| | harvested during the three months | |
| | before importation (3) ......... | 75 .-- |
| 2nd ex | Other: | |
| | apricots from 1 March | |
| | May 31 ................. | 170 .-- |
| | | Gross weight |
| | | |
| Ex 38 | Dried Plums (6) | |

| ex a) | in barrels, crates, bags | |
| | or similar packings | |
| | gross weight greater than 30 kg | |
| | or packings: | |
| | | |
| | in barrels, crates, bags | |
| | or similar packings | |
| | gross weight greater than 30 kg | |
| | up to 50 kg ............... | 60 .-- |
| b) | otherwise packaged (4) ........... | 60 .-- |
| | | |
| Ex 39 | Fruit not, | per 100 kg: |
| | prepared (dried, pressed | |
| | sliced ​​up, powdered | |
| | or otherwise ground; laden | |
| | salt water or vinegar, | |
| | in barrels, plum jam | |
| | without added sugar) | |
| | | |
| | apples and pears, both dried | |
| | and unpeeled, whether whole or | |
| | sliced ​​(5) (6) ........ | 50 .-- |
| | other fruit | |
| | unnamed, dried (5) (6). | 100 .-- |
| | | |
| | Vegetables: | |
| | | |
| Ex 42 | Fresh cabbage: | |
| ex b) | from 1 December to 15 July: | |
| | from March 1 to May 31 .. | 50 .-- |
| | | |
| Ex 43 | Vegetables and explicitly unnamed | |
| | Other plants for the kitchen | |
| | need fresh: | |
| ex a) | mild vegetable table: | |
| 1st | truffles ................ | 250 .-- |
| 2nd ex | asparagus, carrots in bundles | gross weight |
| | cucumbers, lettuce and | |
| | Spinach: | |
| | asparagus and lettuce, | |
| | from 1 November to 30 April | 260 .-- |
| | | |
| | carrots in bundles and | |
| | spinach, from November 1 to | |
| | March 31 ............. | 260 .-- |
| | | |
| 3rd ex | Other: | |
| | green beans and peas | |
| | in pods, from November 1 | |
| | 31 May .......... | 120 .-- |
| | | Gross weight |
| | | |
| | Plants and parts of plants: | |
| | | |
| | Seeds: | |
| | | |
| Ex 47 | Seed flax and hemp (senec) | |
| | oil seeds, elsewhere | |
| | Uncategorized | |
| b) | oil seeds, elsewhere | |
| | Unlisted ............... | duty-free |
| | | |
| Ex 49 | Clover seed: | |
| ex b) | Other: | |
| | Alfalfa ............... | 85 .-- |
| | | |
| 50 | Grass seeds ............ | 440 .-- |
| | | Gross weight |
| | | |
| | Ornamental flowers and ornamental | per 100 kg: |
| | foliage, then living plants: | |
| | | |
| Ex 56 | living plants (also in | |
| | ordinary pots, | |
| | buckets or similar containers) | |
| b) | Trees and shrubs: | |
| | Azalea mollis Azalea pontica | duty-free |
| | magnolia, Japanese maple | |
| | (Acer japonicum) ........ | 260 .-- |
| | Other: | 800 .-- |
| c) | flowering bulbs, corms and | |
| | rootstocks (rhizomes, bulbs). | 80 .-- |
| Ex e) | Others, also seedling grafts | |
| | offshoots and sprouts: | |
| | Indian azaleas ........... | duty-free |
| | | |
| | Other plants and | |
| | parts of plants: | |
| 61 | Sea grass, esparto (Kavil | |
| | more sure or alpha) piassava | |
| | and similar herbal substances to | |
| | stuffing, knitting, Brush | |
| | and brooms; bark, raffia; reeds; | |

| | straw; hay; bedding; All too | |
| | color .................... | duty-free |
| | | |
| Ex 62 | Plants explicitly unnamed | |
| | and parts thereof: | |
| ex b) | dried or prepared (for dust | |
| | milled or otherwise comminuted | |
| | colored): | |
| 2nd | Other ................. | 80 .-- |
| | | |
| | IX. Other animals | |
| Ex 75 | Fish, crabs freshwater, terrestrial | |
| | snails, scampi, all fresh: | |
| a) | marine fish ............... | 10 .-- |
| ex b) | Other: | |
| | freshwater fish ......... | 230 .-- |
| | | |
| 76 | Marine animals or seashell | |
| | crustaceans (for eg. oysters, sea | |
| | spiders, crabs, turtles) | |
| | fresh, well cooked, not | |
| | However peeled: | |
| | lobsters ............... | 600 .-- |
| | Other ................... | 750 .-- |
| | | |
| | X. animal products | |
| | | |
| Ex 79 | Poultry eggs, egg yolk and also | |
| | white, liquid: | |
| b) | yolk and egg white, liquid | 220 .-- |
| | | | Note
| | Yolk and egg white, liquid | per 100 kg: |
| To saz.pol.79b) | imported by factories for manufacturing | |
| | leather, artificial edible fats, | |
| | fish cans or manufacture | |
| | pasta on dovolovací sheet | |
| | under supervision and conditions | |
| | set out in Regulation ..... | duty-free |
| | | |
| Ex 81 | Wax animal: | |
| | Natural ................. | 20 .-- |
| | | |
| Ex 82 | Mushrooms stratum: | |
| ex a) | fine and common fungus (mushrooms | |
| | washing a horse) in the nature | |
| | condition untreated, unwashed; | |
| | mushrooms horse laundering, further | |
| | processed but not Non-bleached: | |
| | fine and common fungus | |
| | (Bath sponges and horse) in | |
| | natural state, unkempt, | |
| | false ................. | 50 .-- |
| | | |
| 83 | Fur and leather, raw (wet | |
| | or dried, salted or | |
| | lime but | |
| | unprocessed) .......... .... | duty-free |
| | | |
| Ex 84 | Hair, hair, hair and all, | |
| | raw or worked (| |
| | combed, boiled, colored | |
| | or stained, also grained); | |
| | bristles: | |
| | hair and horsehair, crude | |
| | or worked (ie, combed, | |
| | boiled, colored or | |
| | stained, also curling); | |
| | bristles ................. | duty-free |
| | | |
| Ex 86 | Bladder and bowel, fresh | |
| | salted or dried; heads | |
| | goldbeater; střevové ropes: | |
| | bladder and intestines, fresh, | |
| | salted or dried; střevové | |
| | ropes ................. | 24 .-- |
| | | Of net weight |
| | | |
| | XI. fats | |
| | | |
| | Fats: | |
| Ex 89 | Pork and goose fat, raw and | |
| | Rendered (7) | |
| | | |
| | Technical fats and fatty | |
| | acid: | |
| | | |
| Ex 91 | Fat fish, whales and seals: | |
| | fat fish and whale ........ | duty-free |
| | | |
| 92 | Animal tallow, raw or | |
| | rendered; Tallow pressed ... | 15 .-- |
| | | |

| 93 | Vegetable tallow, palm oil, | |
| | palm kernel oil and | |
| | coconuts, rigid: | |
| a) | tallow and vegetable oil palm | duty-free |
| b) | palm kernel oil and | |
| | coconuts, tough ... | 6 .-- |
| | | |
| Ex 94 | Vegetable wax: | per 100 kg: |
| ex b) | carnauba wax and other | |
| | vegetable wax expressly | |
| | Unnamed: | |
| 1st | raw .................. | 40 .-- |
| | | |
| 96 | Paraffin: | |
| a) | unclean, also paraffin | |
| | scales .................. | 180 .-- |
| b) | another .................... | 220 .-- |
| | | |
| 98 | Ceresin .................. | 420 .-- |
| | | |
| Ex 99 | Vaseline and lanolin (purified | |
| | wool fat): | |
| ex a) | in barrels: | |
| | Vaseline ............... | 820 .-- |
| | | |
| 101 | Fats and mixtures of fats, specifically | |
| | unnamed .............. | 20 .-- |
| | | |
| | XII. Fatty oils | |
| | | |
| Ex103 | Linseed oil, soybean, Chinese, | |
| | wood and other fatty oils, | |
| | specifically, unnamed in tubs | |
| | bellows and bladder, among | |
| | Oil pokosty: | |
| a) | Chinese tung oil, without | |
| | additives .................. | 20 .-- |
| ex b) | Other: | |
| | castor oil .......... | 160 .-- |
| | | |
| Ex104 | Olive oil, corn | |
| | poppy, sesame, peanut, | |
| | bukvicový and sunflower in | |
| | casks, the bellows and the bladder; | |
| | olive oil, it is accompanied by | |
| | a certificate of cleanliness, issued | |
| | authority of the country of origin for | |
| | authorized ............... | 50 .-- |
| | | |
| | peanut oil, if | |
| | accompanied by a certificate issued | |
| | laboratories in the country of origin to | |
| | by authorized that | |
| | Oil was indeed made of | |
| | core or peel | |
| | groundnut ........... | 50 .-- |
| | | |
| Ex Note | Castor oil saz. No. 103 | |
| The saz. No. 103 | olive oil (also oil | |
| and 104 | turnantový even aceites | |
| | peanut kernels and saz. no. | |
| | 104, for technical purposes, | |
| | condition that zdenaturují u | |
| | customs authorities expressly | |
| | empowered to: | |
| | | |
| | castor oil saz. no. 103 k | per 100 kg: |
| | technical purposes provided | |
| | the zdenaturuje at customs | |
| | agencies explicitly authorized .... | 6 .-- |
| | | |
| ex 106 | fatty oils in bottles | |
| | jars and similar containers | |
| | under 25 kg: | |
| ex b ) | Oil saz. no. 104: | |
| | olive oil in bottles, if | |
| | accompanied by a certificate of | |
| | purity, issued by the authority of the country | |
| | Origin duly authorized .. | 90 .-- |
| | peanut oil, if | |
| | accompanied by a certificate | |
| | issued by laboratories country | |
| | Origin authorized to do so by | |
| | that the oil was indeed | |
| | made of skins or cores | |
| | groundnut ............ | 150 .-- |
| | | |
| | XIII. beverages | |
| | | |
| Ex 108 | Spirituous liquids fired: | |
| ex a) | wine distillates: | |

| | wine spirits coming | |
| | from the country of origin where they enjoy | |
| | controlled designation | |
| | origin are accompanied | |
| | confirmation designation of origin | |
| | issued by the authority recognized | |
| | the competent authorities of import | |
| | country .................... | 3000 .-- |
| | | |
| ex b) | liqueurs, punch essences and other | |
| | spirituous liquids burnt, with | |
| | added sugar or other | |
| | substances; francovka: | |
| | liqueurs and other spirituous liquids | |
| | burnt, with added sugar | |
| | or other substances ........ | 5000 .-- |
| c) | arrack, rum | |
| | arak ..................... | 3200 .-- |
| | rum ...................... | 2000 .-- |
| | | |
| Ex d) | other spirituous liquids fired: | |
| | juniper brandy (gin) | |
| | whiskey ................... | 3000 .-- |
| | | |
| Ex 109 | Wine, fruit wine, and wine | |
| | fruit juice, juice of fruits | |
| | fruits and berries, not concentrated; | |
| | Mead: | |
| | | |
| a) | unconcentrated juice from fruit | |
| | citrus (8) ............ | 200 .-- |
| ex b) | Other: | |
| ex 1. | in barrels: | |
| | wines coming from a country | |
| | origin: | |
| | | |
| | | per 100 kg: |
| | enjoying in their country of origin | |
| | controlled designation | |
| | origin, if they are accompanied | |
| | confirmation designation of origin | |
| | issued by the authority recognized | |
| | the competent authorities of import | |
| | ground (9) .............. | 360 .-- |
| | | |
| | others are accompanied by | |
| | a certificate of origin issued | |
| | the competent authority of the country | |
| | origin (9) ............ | 360 .-- |
| | | |
| 2nd ex | Bottled: | |
| | wines coming from a country | |
| | origin: | |
| | enjoying in their country | |
| | controlled designation of origin | |
| | origin, if they are accompanied | |
| | confirmation designation of origin | |
| | issued by the authority recognized | |
| | the competent authorities of import | |
| | ground (9) ............. | 800 .-- |
| | | |
| | others are accompanied by | |
| | a certificate of origin issued | |
| | the competent authority of the country | |
| | origin (9) ............ | 800 .-- |
| | | |
| | juice of fruits, vegetables and berries | |
| | (Excluding juice of apples, raspberries | |
| | and grapes) | |
| | unconcentrated (8) ....... | 400 .-- |
| | | |
| Ex 110 | Sparkling wine: | |
| | sparkling wines come from | |
| | country of origin where they enjoy | |
| | controlled designation | |
| | origin, if they are accompanied | |
| | confirmation designation of origin | |
| | issued by the authority recognized | |
| | the competent authorities of the importing country | 2000 .-- |
| | | |
| | XIV. food | |
| | | |
| Ex 114 | Baked goods (biscuits, cookies, | |
| | cakes, waffles etc.): | |
| | Baked flakes and similar | |
| | preparations of ground cereals | |
| | and rice .................. | 700 .-- |
| | | |
| 115 | Tapioca and sago substitutes | |
| | tapioca, arrowroot ....... | 200 .-- |
| | | |
| Ex 119 | Cheese and curd: | |

| ex a) | Cheese: | |
| | Roquefort .............. | 500 .-- |
| | | |
| 120 | Herring salting or smoking: | |
| a) | salting ................. | 14 .-- |
| b) | smoking .................... | 70 .-- |
| | | Gross weight |
| | | |
| Ex 121 | Fish explicitly unnamed | per 100 kg: |
| | salted, smoked, dried: | |
| a) | salted ................. | 10 .-- |
| ex b) | Other: | |
| | smoked ................... | 300 .-- |
| | | |
| Ex 122 | Fish prepared (marinated | |
| | or oil, etc.), in barrels: | |
| a) | oil ................. | 400 .-- |
| b) | Other ................. | 800 .-- |
| | | |
| 125 | Cocoa butter ............ | 180 .-- |
| | | |
| 126 | Cocoa powder ........... | 2000 .-- |
| | | |
| Ex 127 | Cocoa paste; chocolate | |
| | chocolate substitutes and products: | |
| | cocoa mass ........... | 2000 .-- |
| | | |
| Ex 128 | Canned fish, meat and | |
| | korýšové: | |
| ex b) | Other: | |
| | Preserved lobsters .. | 1000 .-- |
| | | |
| Ex 130 | Preserved fruit, concentrated | |
| | juice, concentrated juice of fruits | |
| | fruits and berries; tamarinds: | |
| a) | concentrated juice of fruits | |
| | citrus ............. | 500 .-- |
| ex b) | Other: | |
| | concentrated juice of fruits | |
| | fruits and berries, including juices | |
| | apple, raspberry and grape | |
| | Grape ................. | 700 .-- |
| | | |
| Ex 131 | Edibles in tins, bottles | |
| | and similar containers hermetically | |
| | sealed (except edibles | |
| | enumerated under saz. Nos. 114, | |
| | 123, 126 and 127): | |
| | | |
| a) | concentrated juice of fruits | |
| | citrus .............. | 500 .-- |
| ex b) | Other: | |
| | Preserved vegetable (whether or not | |
| | canned mushroom and | |
| | vegetable juice) and other | |
| | herbal preparations for | |
| | kitchen use; Soups: | |
| | | |
| | Preserved asparagus ..... | 500 .-- |
| | vegetable juices: | |
| | juice of tomato .. | 500 .-- |
| | Other ..................... | 340 .-- |
| | others outside Preserved | |
| | tomato (10) ..... | 700 .-- |
| | | |
| | | per 100 kg: |
| | Preserved fruit: | |
| | pineapple ............... | 500 .-- |
| | Other ................. | 700 .-- |
| | | |
| | concentrated fruit juice, fruit | |
| | and berries, including juices from apples | |
| | raspberries and grapes ... | 700 .-- |
| | | |
| | Preserved fish: | |
| | sardines, kippered Herrings, | |
| | salmon ................... | 600 .-- |
| | Pilchard: | |
| | oil ................ | 600 .-- |
| | in tomato sauce | 400 .-- |
| | lobsters ............. | 1000 .-- |
| | roasted swollen grains | |
| | cereals and rice .......... | 900 .-- |
| | | |
| Ex 132 | Edibles | |
| | unnamed: | |
| a) | Dried egg yolks and whites ... | 800 .-- |
| ex b) | Other: | |
| | soups ................. | 700 .-- |
| | roasted swollen grains | |
| | cereals and rice .......... | 900 .-- |
| | Chewing gum ........... | 960 .-- |

| | | |
| | XV. Firewood, coal and peat | |
| | | |
| Ex 134 | Building and industrial wood (11) | |
| | cork: | |
| b) | Building and industrial wood, | |
| | outside Europe, or in the Round | |
| | gross billets ax | |
| | osekaných, also Sawing | |
| | or otherwise trimmed, split | |
| | except veneer, not worked. | duty-free |
| | | |
| | XVI. Raw materials and turning | |
| | carving | |
| | | |
| 136 | Cane Toad (Spanish | |
| | reed), raw, unsplit; sticks | |
| | and rarer cane, raw .. | duty-free |
| | | |
| 138 | Corners, corner wheels, spikes | |
| | horns, hooves, bones, hooves, | |
| | bones, or all natural only | |
| | split, stacked or | |
| | sawn ................... | duty-free |
| | | |
| Ex 139 | Amber (amber also matter) | per 100 kg |
| | jet, ivory and other teeth | |
| | animal, tortoise, sea foam | |
| | pearl and other shells | |
| | clam, all natural | |
| | or merely split, stacked | |
| | or cut: | |
| | | |
| | ivory and other animal teeth, | |
| | tortoise shell, mother of pearl and other | |
| | Group clam .......... | duty-free |
| | | |
| Ex 140 | Underwire crude; corals untreated | |
| | (Whether or not drilled, but not | |
| | cleaned or polished): | |
| | | |
| | raw corals (whether or not drilled, | |
| | but not refined or | |
| | cut). . . . . . . . . . | duty-free |
| | | |
| Ex 141 | Celluloid in plates, rods | |
| | or pipes, too polished, too | |
| | substantiated, but also | |
| | raw; artificial additives | |
| | carving and turning | |
| | expressly unnamed further | |
| | unworked: | |
| | | |
| ex b) | artificial materials and carving | |
| | Turning specifically | |
| | unnamed further worked: | |
| | | |
| | artificial materials and carving | |
| | Turning from casein | 100 - |
| | | gross weight |
| | | |
| | XVII.Nerosty nazařaděné elsewhere. | |
| | | |
| 142 | Stones raw or only roughly | |
| | trimmed or a maximum of three | |
| | sides saw or rope | |
| | cut; unsplit boards and sawing | |
| | or rope uncut. . . . . . | duty-free |
| | | |
| 144 | Rudy explicitly unnamed, also | |
| | edited. . . . . . . . . . . | duty-free |
| | | |
| Ex 146 | White chalk těživec: | |
| ex b) | minced, washed: | |
| | | |
| 1st | white chalk. . . . . . . . | 7, - |
| | | |
| Ex 148 | Earth colors: | |
| ex b) | burnt, ground, float, | |
| | Pressed: | |
| | | |
| 2nd | others. . . . . . . . . . . . | 50 - |
| | | |
| Ex 150 | Soils and mineral substances, | |
| | expressly unnamed, natural | |
| | burnt, ground or washed: | |
| | | |
| ex b) | Other: | |
| | asbestos, graphite, mica, phosphates in | |
| | pieces. . . . . . . . . . . . | duty-free |
| | | |
| | Pharmacists and XVIII.Látky | |
| | perfumery | |

| | | |
| 151 | Licorice juice (from a warehouse | |
| | wood), thickened in crates | |
| | or in pieces. . . . . . . . . | 250 - |
| | | |
| | | |
| Ex 154 | Scented lotions (dealcoholized) | |
| | such as: lotion from flowers | |
| | orange, pink lotion, | |
| | lavender, fennel, mint | |
| | peppermint, millefleurová and similar | |
| | lotions: | |
| | | |
| b) | in containers weighing less than 10 kg | |
| | gross weight. . . . . . . . . . | 160, - |
| | | |
| Ex 155 | Essential oils (essential oils) | |
| | | |
| b) | other (12). . . . . . . . . | - 320 |
| | | |
| | | |
| | XIX.Barviva and tanning. | |
| | | |
| 159 | Bark alia, the roots, leaves, | |
| | flowers, fruits (e.g. myrobolans) | |
| | , Bark, galls and under., Also | |
| | sliced, minced or otherwise | |
| | finely unfinished, for dyeing | |
| | or tanning. . . . | duty-free |
| | | |
| Ex 162 | Orseille, Persia, indigo; | |
| | cochineal (scarlet nopal); | |
| | extract of chestnut wood; | |
| | Extract from wood kvebrachového; | |
| | Extracts tannic expressly | |
| | najmenované: | |
| | | |
| | mimosový extract. . . . . . . | 8 - |
| | | |
| | indigo; extract of wood | |
| | chestnut, extract of wood | |
| | oak, an extract of wood | |
| | eucalyptus. . . . . . . . . | 13 - |
| | | |
| 163 | Dyeing extracts expressly | |
| | unnamed: | |
| | | |
| a) | liquid. . . . . . . . . . . . | 100 - |
| | | |
| b) | Fixed. . . . . . . . . . . . . | 170, - |
| | | |
| | XX.Klovatiny (gum) and | |
| | resin. | |
| | | |
| Ex 165 | Ordinary resin; rosin; | |
| | bad luck explicitly unnamed: | |
| | | |
| | common resins, rosin. | duty-free |
| | | |
| 170 | Mastic asphalt; asphalt | |
| | mastic; resin cements | |
| | (Wood cement). . . . . . . | 23 - |
| | | |
| Ex 173 | Turpentine, oil of turpentine, | |
| | oil pitch (resin); | |
| | crude oil of amber, horn and | |
| | rubber, then oil Series | |
| | benzene from coal | |
| | tar; Birdlime: | |
| | | |
| ex b) | Other: | |
| | | |
| | turpentine, oil of turpentine .. | duty-free |
| | | |
| 174 | Copal resin, resin | |
| | dammar, shellac, gum arabic, | |
| | geddah rubber, Senegal, | |
| | gumigutta, gum tragacanth; | |
| | klavytiny (rubber), resin | |
| | gum, natural | |
| | spices and vegetable juices, | |
| | expressly unnamed | duty-free |
| | | |
| | XXI.Oleje mineral; tar | |
| | brown coal, tar shale | |
| | and oil from them. | |
| | | |
| Ex 177 | Mineral oils, and oils | |
| | Coal tar and | |
| | slate, polorafinované | |
| | (Semipurified), or refined | |
| | (Purified), relative density, or 0.880 | |
| | Minor, whether or not mixed with animal | |
| | or vegetable oils or | |

| | fats: | |
| | | |
| ex b) | relative density higher than 0.790 to | |
| | 0,880: | |
| | | |
| | mineral oils polorafinované | |
| | (Semipurified), or refined | |
| | (Purified) | |
| | | |
| | relative density higher than 0.790 to | |
| | 0,870. . . . . . . . . . . . . | 170, - |
| | | Own |
| | | Balance |
| | relative density higher than 0.870 to | |
| | 0.880. . . . . . . . . . . . . | 180, - |
| | | Own |
| | | Balance |
| | | |
| 178 | Mineral oils, and oils | |
| | Coal tar and | |
| | slate, polorafinované | |
| | (Semipurified), or refined | |
| | (Purified), relative density greater than | |
| | 0.880, also mixed with animal | |
| | Or vegetable oils or fats | |
| | | |
| | relative density higher than 0.880 to | |
| | 0.890. . . . . . . . . . . . . | 180, - |
| | | Own |
| | | Balance |
| | relative density higher than 0.890. . . | 200 - |
| | | Own |
| | | Balance |
| | | |
| | XXII.Bavlna yarn | |
| | and goods from it | |
| | also pomíšené other Strands | |
| | plant but not wool | |
| | or silk. | |
| | | |
| 180 | Raw cotton, carded, whitewashed | |
| | colored, milled; garbage | duty-free |
| | | |
| Ex 181 | Cotton wool, cotton wool off the | |
| | therapeutic purposes; Thread modified | |
| | cleaning machines etc. (13): | |
| | | |
| | Note. Linters molded, | |
| | imported for the production of silk, on | |
| | dovolovací sheet, under the supervision and | |
| | under the conditions set | |
| | Regulation. | 100 - |
| | | |
| | Cotton yarn: | |
| | | |
| 183 | simple, crude: | |
| | | |
| a) | under No. 12 of the English. . . . | 180, - |
| | | |
| b) | despite no. 12 to no. After 29 | |
| | England. . . . . . . . . . . | 230, - |
| | | |
| c) | despite no. 29 to no. 52 after | |
| | England. . . . . . . . . . . | 400 - |
| | | |
| d) | despite no. 50 to no. 70 after | |
| | England. . . . . . . . . . . | 400 - |
| | | |
| e) | despite no. 70 to no. After 90 | |
| | England. . . . . . . . . . . | 450, - |
| f) | despite no. 90 in English. . . | 370, - |
| | | |
| Note 2 to the saz. + Simple raw cotton yarn | |
| no. 183 | imported for the manufacture of tulle | |
| | curtains, embroidery and lace, to | |
| | dovolovací sheet, under the supervision and | |
| | under the conditions set | |
| | Regulation: | |
| | | |
| | ZC) over no. 29 to no. 50 | |
| | the English. . . . . . . | 290, - |
| | | |
| | W) over no. 50 to no. 60 | |
| | the English. . . . . . . | 350, - |
| | | |
| | W) e) despite no. 60 to no. | |
| | 80 in English. . . | 400 - |
| | | |
| | from) over no. 80 to no. 90 | |
| | the English. . . . . . . | 280, - |
| | | |
| | FH) over no. 90 to no. 120 | |
| | the English. . . . . . . | duty-free |
| | | |
| | FH) over no. 120 anglais | duty-free |

| | | |
| 184 | double stranded, unwrought: | |
| | | |
| a) | under No. 12 of the English. . . . | 230, - |
| | | |
| b) | despite no. 12 to no. After 29 | |
| | England. . . . . . . . . . . | 300 - |
| | | |
| c) | despite no. 29 to no. After 50 | |
| | England. . . . . . . . . . . | 450, - |
| | | |
| d) | despite no. 50 to no. 70 after | |
| | England. . . . . . . . . . . | 450, - |
| | | |
| e) | despite no. 70 to no. After 90 | |
| | England. . . . . . . . . . . | 520, - |
| | | |
| f) | despite no. 90 in English. . . | 520, - |
| | | |
| Note to saz. | Double stranded raw yarn | |
| no. 184 | cotton, imported for weaving | |
| | Substances polohedvábné, then to | |
| | Manufacture of tulle, embroidery and curtains | |
| | lace, dovolovací sheet, under | |
| | supervision and conditions | |
| | accordance with Regulation: | |
| | | |
| | ZC) over no. 29 to no. 50 | |
| | the English. . . . . . . | 350, - |
| | | |
| | W) over no. 50 to no. 60 | |
| | the English. . . . . . . | 420 - |
| | | |
| | W) e) despite no. 60 to no. | |
| | 80 in English. . . | 350, - |
| | | |
| | from) over no. 80 to no. 90 | |
| | the English. . . . . . . | 350, - |
| | | |
| | FH) over no. 90 to no. 120 | |
| | the English. . . . . . . | duty-free |
| | | |
| | FH) over no. 120 anglais | duty-free |
| | | |
| 185 | three or multistrand once | |
| | twisted, crude: | |
| a) | under No. 12 of the English. . . . | 300 - |
| | | |
| b) | despite no. 12 to no. After 29 | |
| | England. . . . . . . . . . . | 350, - |
| | | |
| c) | despite no. 29 to no. After 50 | |
| | England. . . . . . . . . . . | 500, - |
| | | |
| d) | despite no. 50 in English. . . | 600, - |
| | | |
| Note to saz. | Cotton yarn three- or | |
| no. 185 | multistrand over no. After 60 | |
| | England, imported for embroidery | |
| | (Thread embroidery) on dovolovací | |
| | sheet, under supervision and conditions | |
| | accordance with Regulation: | |
| | | |
| | First through no. 60 to no. 80 after | |
| | England. . . . . . . . . . | 440 - |
| | | |
| | 2nd through no. 80 to no. After 90 | |
| | England. . . . . . . . . . | 360, - |
| | | |
| | 3. using no. 90 in English. . | duty-free |
| | | |
| 186 | three or multistrand, | |
| | re-spun, unwrought: | |
| | | |
| a) | under No. 12 of the English. . . . | 370, - |
| | | |
| b) | despite no. 12 to no. After 29 | |
| | England. . . . . . . . . . . | 420 - |
| | | |
| c) | despite no. 29 to no. After 50 | |
| | England. . . . . . . . . . . | 650, - |
| | | |
| d) | despite no. 50 in English. . . | 750 - |
| | | |
| 187 | The bleached cotton yarn, | |
| | mercerized, dyed (also | |
| | printed) is subjected | |
| | surcharge on the tariff rate | |
| | Set by the relevant yarn, and it | |
| | | |
| a) | The bleached. . . . . . . . . . . . | 140, - |
| | | |
| b) | mercerized. . . . . . . . . . | 150 - |

| | | |
| c) | dyed (also printed). . . | 240, - |
| | | |
| d) | The bleached and mercerized. . . . . | 240, - |
| | | |
| e) | dyed (also printed) and | |
| | mercerized. . . . . . . . . | 270, - |
| | | |
| | Note the saz. No. 187. | |
| | Surcharges are top-down | |
| | add to the contractual duties, | |
| | set for raw yarn. | |
| | | |
| | | |
| | XXIII.Len, hemp, jute and other | |
| | Strands plant, expressly | |
| | unnamed, yarns | |
| | and goods, | |
| | | |
| | but not pomíšené cotton | |
| | wool or silk. | |
| | | |
| Ex 202 | Flax, hemp, jute and other | |
| | expressly unnamed Strands | |
| | Plant, mostly raw | |
| | Urinating (Rosen) garneted | |
| | combed, bleached, dyed and | |
| | There Garbage: | |
| | | |
| | just raw; cannabis (14), jute and | |
| | sisal; coconut fibers, raw. | duty-free |
| | | |
| | Yarn: | |
| | | |
| Ex 204 | Linen yarn (from flax fibers | |
| | or of flax tow); yarn | |
| | raminová (from Chinese nettle): | |
| | | |
| ex a) | simple, crude: | |
| | | |
| | despite no. 60 in English. . . | 70 - |
| | | |
| Ex 205 | Hemp yarn (of hemp | |
| | hemp fibers and hemp, also | |
| | pomíšená other fabric of this | |
| | belonging class); Yarn expressly | |
| | unnamed: | |
| | | |
| ex a) | simple, crude: | |
| | | |
| | Hemp yarn (of hemp | |
| | hemp fibers and hemp, also | |
| | pomíšená other fabric of this | |
| | belonging to the class). . . . . . . | 300 - |
| | | |
| Note for saz. | Raw hemp yarn | |
| pos. 250 c) | Manila, sisalského or | |
| | similar fibrous materials to produce | |
| | hat knitwear, under | |
| | Proviso that 2,500 meters of yarn | |
| | weighs 1 kg or less, imported | |
| | through the customs authorities in Krnov | |
| | Vejprty. . . . . . . . . . | 90 - |
| | | |
| Ex Note to saz. | Yarn for tying sheaves, in a ball | |
| no. 204, 205 and | or reel: | |
| 206 | | |
| | sisal yarn for tying sheaves, | |
| | in a ball or reel | 150 - |
| | | |
| | Goods linen, hemp | |
| | jute, etc .: | |
| | | |
| 218 | Carpets on the floor of flax | |
| | hemp, jute and other fibrous materials | |
| | plant, expressly | |
| | unnamed, whether or not bleached, | |
| | dyed, printed, sampled: | |
| | | |
| a) | without flora. . . . . . . . . . . | 1200, - |
| | | |
| b) | s flora. . . . . . . . . . . | 4000, - |
| | | |
| Note to saz. | Coconut and similar fibers | |
| pos. 219) | coiled ropes (coir yarn | |
| | etc.), imported for manufacturing | |
| | blankets and the like., to dovolovací | |
| | sheet, under supervision and conditions | |
| | the Regulations. . . . . | duty-free |
| | | |
| | | |
| | XXIV.Vlna, woolen yarn and | |
| | woolen goods | |

| | | |
| | also pomíšené other Strands, | |
| | but not silk. | |
| | | |
| 220 | Raw wool, washed, combed | |
| | dyed, bleached, and ground | |
| | garbage. . . . . . . . . . . . | duty-free |
| | | |
| | Yarn: | |
| | | |
| Ex 226 | Carded yarn and yarn expressly | |
| | unnamed, on the way carded | |
| | spun: | |
| | | |
| a) | raw, simple. . . . . . | 330, - |
| | | |
| | | |
| | Woolen goods: | |
| | | |
| 229 | Woven woolen goods, expressly | |
| | unnamed, whether or not printed: | |
| | | |
| a) | When weighs square meter more | |
| | than 700 g: | |
| | | |
| | endless woven felts for purposes | |
| | technical. . . . . . . . . . | 3500, - |
| | | |
| | others. . . . . . . . . . . . | 2000 - |
| | | |
| b) | When weighs square meter more | |
| | than 200 to 700 g: | |
| | | |
| | endless woven felts for purposes | |
| | technical. . . . . . . . . . | 6000, - |
| | | |
| | others. . . . . . . . . . . . | 3000, - |
| | | |
| c) | If it weighs 200 g per square meter | |
| | or less: | |
| | | |
| | endless woven felts for purposes | |
| | technical. . . . . . . . . . | 7700, - |
| | | |
| | others. . . . . . . . . . . | 4500, - |
| | | |
| | Note the saz. No. 229. When | |
| | customs treatment of wool | |
| | saz fabrics. no. 229 in | |
| | contracting with disregard for | |
| | silk artificial ingredients because | |
| | silk used to achieve | |
| | effects, if the weight of this additive | |
| | not exceed 5% of total weight | |
| | these fabrics. | |
| | | |
| 230 | And velvet fabrics on the way | |
| | velvet (s rozřezaným or | |
| | nerozřezaným Flora), also | |
| | printed. . . . . . . . . . | 7000, - |
| | | |
| 234 | Scarves and shawls fabrics on the way; | |
| | Lace and lace scarves; and tulle | |
| | Network substance woven on the way | |
| | tulle. . . . . . . . . . . . . | 14300, - |
| | | |
| Ex 237 | Carpets on the floor: | |
| | | |
| b) | knotted carpets. . . . . . . . | 7000, - |
| | | |
| Ex 239 | Technical needs: | |
| | | |
| d) | belts. . . . . . . . . | 1700, - |
| | | |
| | | |
| | XXV.Hedvábí and silk goods | |
| | also pomíšené other Strands. | |
| | | |
| 240 | Silk cocoons (cocoons); | |
| | Garbage spun silk. . | duty-free |
| | | |
| Ex 242 | Silk (bundled or riveted | |
| | [circular, one way]), also twisted: | |
| | | |
| a) | raw. . . . . . . . . . . . | duty-free |
| | | |
| b) | Bleached (adhesive deprived). . . | 600, - |
| | | |
| Ex 243 | Phloretinic silk (garbage | |
| | silk, spun), also twisted: | |
| | | |
| a) | raw or bleached. . . . . . | duty-free |
| | | |
| Ex 245 | Yarn made of silk, silk | |
| | floretového because artificial, | |

| | combined with other Strands, too | |
| | spun: | |
| | | |
| b) | different. . . . . . . . . . . . . | 1500, - |
| | | |
| Ex 246 | Threads of silk, silk | |
| | floretového because of artificial, too | |
| | associated with other web in | |
| | bleached or colored, modified | |
| | for retail sale: | |
| | | |
| | thread of artificial silk, also | |
| | associated with other web in | |
| | bleached or colored, modified | |
| | for retail sale. . . . . . . | 4800, - |
| | | |
| | | |
| | Goods celohedvábné | |
| | | |
| | (Made of silk, silk | |
| | floretového because artificial): | |
| | | |
| 249 | Silk mill cheesecloth. . . | 10000, - |
| | | |
| | | |
| | Goods polohedvábné | |
| | | |
| | (Made of silk, silk | |
| | floretového because artificial | |
| | associated with other Strands) | |
| | | |
| Ex 259 | Ribbon products: | |
| | | |
| c) | other | |
| | | |
| 1st | polohedvábné ribbons woven | |
| | rep method, 6 cm wide, or | |
| | narrower, dyed black to gray | |
| | or brown (ribbons | |
| | hats). . . . . . . . . . . | 9000, - |
| | | |
| 2nd | nefasonované others. . . . . . . | 12000, - |
| | | |
| 3rd | fasonované. . . . . . . . . . | 13000, - |
| | | |
| | | |
| | XXVI.Zboží clothing. | |
| | | |
| Ex 265 | Vlásenkářské work and other work | |
| | the hair: | |
| | | |
| | net of hair. . . . . . . . . | 4000, - |
| | | |
| 274 | Clothing, underwear, Products | |
| | OUTFITTING and other things Sewn | |
| | substances, specifically, unnamed in | |
| | vyclívají by chief | |
| | components for which is regarded | |
| | for women's clothing and merchandise | |
| | výstrojného component stricken | |
| | highest duty is 40 per cent | |
| | customs duty. | |
| | | |
| | | |
| | XXVIII.Zboží of straw, | |
| | phloem, loubků and similar materials, | |
| | not included in other | |
| | tariff classes. | |
| | | |
| 279 | Cane Toad (Spanish reed) | |
| | edited. . . . . . . . . . . | duty-free |
| | | |
| 280 | Coarse blankets on the floor | |
| | mats (blankets on cars and | |
| | similar things), or colored | |
| | colored. . . . . . . . . . . . | 120, - |
| | | |
| Ex 281 | Knitwear expressly | |
| | unnamed: | |
| | | |
| a) | ordinary, ie gross merchandise to | |
| | Domestic or trade | |
| | need, also combined with wood | 120, - |
| | | |
| b) | Fine, if you do not belong to the items | |
| | c) whether or not associated with ordinary | |
| | materials: | |
| | | |
| | knits hats for all kinds | 180, - |
| | | |
| | others. . . . . . . . . . . . | 360, - |
| | | |
| 282 | Goods basketry (also from | |
| | wicker woven): | |
| | | |

| a) | ordinary (rough baskets for packaging | |
| | baskets, screens, laundry baskets, | |
| | pots and similar things) from | |
| | unpeeled because peeled | |
| | bars etc., untreated, | |
| | undyed, nepokostkované, | |
| | unpainted, whether or not connected with | |
| | wood, iron NEB general | |
| | metals. . . . . . . . . . . . . | 150 - |
| | | |
| b) | fine, that everything else | |
| | goods, unless they belong to the item | |
| | c) whether or not associated with ordinary | |
| | or fine materials. . . . . | 1200, - |
| | | |
| c) | very fine, ie goods | |
| | associated with very fine | |
| | masses. . . . . . . . . . . . | 3000, - |
| | | |
| | XXXIX.Papír and paper goods. | |
| | | |
| Ex 285 | Cardboard, also blankets on | |
| | floors made of cardboard: | |
| | | |
| a) | common weighs if square | |
| | meter of 300 g or more. . . . . . . | 160, - |
| | | gross |
| | | Balance |
| ex b) | Pressed cardboard, cardboard | |
| | slate, glossy cardboard: | |
| | | |
| 1st | VULCANFIBRE. . . . . . . . . . | 360, - |
| | | gross |
| | | Balance |
| | | |
| Note 1 to the saz. | Baryta cartons imported to | |
| no. 285 | manufacture of photographic papers | |
| | special permit for | |
| | terms of the Regulation | 3 - |
| | | |
| | | |
| | Paper: | |
| | | |
| Ex 291 | Parchment paper: | |
| | | |
| | vellum false. . . | 660 - |
| | | |
| Ex 292 | Paper prepared for the purposes | |
| | photographic: | |
| | | |
| b) | sensitive. . . . . . . . . . . . | 1700, - |
| | | |
| Ex 296 | Paper explicitly unnamed: | |
| | | |
| ex a) | Smooth: | |
| | | |
| 1st | newsprint printing in | |
| | reels. . . . . . . . . . . | 140, - |
| | | |
| 3rd | Other: | |
| | | |
| alpha) | white, plain lignin. . . . . | 300 - |
| beta) | others. . . . . . . . . . . . | 200 - |
| | | |
| | | |
| | Paper goods: | |
| | | |
| Ex 300 | Goods of paper or paperboard | |
| | pulp, expressly | |
| | unnamed: | |
| | | |
| ex a) | of paper, paperboard, paper | |
| | outside of the paper saz. no. 290 b) | |
| | 294 and 296 C): | |
| | | |
| ex fourth | Other: | |
| | | |
| | coils and cores for winding | |
| | yarn. . . . . . . . . . . . . | 900, - |
| | | |
| | | |
| | XXX.Kaučuk, gutta-percha | |
| | and goods. | |
| | | |
| Ex 304 | Rubber natural and artificial | |
| | percha (also balata) factice | |
| | and other chemically produced | |
| | rubber substitutes, all raw | |
| | also cleaned; garbage of them | |
| | old worn piece goods | |
| | produced from them; renascent | |
| | (Recovered) from rubber | |
| | garbage rubber (rubber | |
| | Mitchelova) | |
| | | |
| | rubber, both natural and artificial | |

| | percha (also balata) all | |
| | rough, whether cleaned and rubbish | |
| | from them . . . . . . . . . . . . | duty-free |
| | | |
| Ex 312 | Goods of soft rubber | |
| | expressly unnamed, also | |
| | combined with common or | |
| | fine materials: | |
| | | |
| | rubber syringe. . . . . . | 650, - |
| | | |
| | rubber scraper, rubber rings | |
| | not more than 2 mm wide. . . . . . | 1100 - |
| | | |
| Ex 320 | Technical needs: | |
| | | |
| b) | hoses made of rubber or | |
| | rubber, with or without coatings from | |
| | fabric or wire | |
| | inserts. . . . . . . . . . . | 910, - |
| | | |
| d) | belts. . . . . . . . . | 1000 - |
| | | |
| e) | tires (inner tube and shell) and | |
| | tires for vehicle wheels: | |
| | | |
| 1st | for bicycles. . . . . . . . | 1500, - |
| | | |
| 2nd | Other: | |
| | | |
| | tires (a tire inner tube) and | |
| | soul . . . . . . . . . . . . . | 1700, - |
| | | |
| | casing. . . . . . . . . . . . | 1500, - |
| | | |
| | tires for vehicle wheels. . . . | 850, - |
| | | |
| | XXXI. Oilcloth and goods | per 100 kg: |
| | from him. | |
| 323 | Blankets on the floor of | |
| | oilcloth, linoleum | |
| | kamtulikonu and similar mixtures | |
| | | |
| a) | to 2 mm thick ............... | 2000 - |
| b) | more than 2 mm ............ | 800, - |
| | | |
| | XXXII. Tanned leather and leather | |
| | goods. | |
| | | |
| | Skin: | |
| | | |
| ex 328 | Leather beef and horse, tanned | |
| | on the way podešvic (also on the | |
| | belts): | |
| | | |
| a) | backs (Butts) | |
| | | |
| 1st | tanned tan .............. | 800, - |
| 2nd | tanned mineral salts ......... | 1000 - |
| | | |
| 329 | Leather beef and horse, tanned | |
| | other than a method podešvic, | |
| | also completely adjusted, but | |
| | unpainted: | |
| | | |
| a) | colors natural or black ..... | 900, - |
| b) | Other .................. | 1290 - |
| | | |
| Note 1 | Leather, imported for manufacturing | |
| the saz. no. 329 | Card clothing (including ridges | |
| | carding carding and passports) on | |
| | dovolovací sheet, under supervision | |
| | and under the conditions specified | |
| | Regulation ...... | 300 - |
| | | |
| 330 | Leather of calf (calf), outside | |
| | lacquered leather: | |
| | | |
| | tanned tan ............... | 1100 - |
| | tanned mineral salts ........ | 1350 - |
| | | |
| 331 | Goat skin (Kozlovice), goat | |
| | (Goatskin) and KID (kozletina) | |
| | tanned, also Polten, nebar- | |
| | dowries, without further treatment .. | 100 - |
| | | |
| 332 | Leather of sheep (sheepskin) and lamb | |
| | (Lambskin), tanned, | |
| | undyed, without further adjustment: | |
| | | |
| a) | After the reverse Polten .............. | 280, - |
| b) | Other .................. | 600, - |
| | | |

| | Note. Sheep and lamb skin | |
| | načiněné only, without further | |
| | editing imported special | |
| | permits for production of leather intended | |
| | for brašnářství, Decorations, | |
| | bookbinding etc., but | |
| | excluding hides destined for | |
| | manufacture of footwear and gloves for | |
| | terms of the Regulation | 170, - |
| | | |
| | | |
| 333 | Goat skin (Kozlovice), goat | |
| | (Goatskin) and KID (kozletina) | |
| | edited outside skin | |
| | glove leather and lacquered | 1350 - |
| | | |
| ex 334 | Leather of sheep (sheepskin) and lamb | |
| | (Lambskin) provided outside | |
| | leather and leather glove | |
| | lacquered: | |
| | | |
| b) | Other ...................... | 1200, - |
| | | |
| 335 | Let all leather glove ... | 620 - |
| | | |
| 336 | Lacquered leather of all kinds .... | 800, - |
| | | |
| ex 337 | Skin explicitly unnamed; | |
| | Parchment: | |
| | | |
| b) | Skin birds, reptiles, | |
| | amphibians and fish .......... | 450, - |
| | | |
| Note 1 | Parings and other waste of leather | |
| for saz. no. 337 | saz. no. 329, 330, 333-337 | |
| | (15) ......................... | 215, - |
| | | |
| | XXXIV. Goods of wood; goods | |
| | from raw materials and turning | |
| | carving. | |
| | | |
| ex 351 | Veneers and boards of harvested | |
| | veneers: | |
| | | |
| ex a) | nevykládané: | |
| | | |
| 1st | raw ....................... | 230, - |
| | | Gross weight |
| | | |
| ex 356 | Goods not specially | |
| | from ordinary wood, too | |
| | planed (smooth or | |
| | profiling), roughly osoustru- | |
| | Hovan or roughly carved | |
| | Harvest also paired or | |
| | Another way to: | |
| | | |
| ex c) | stained, colored, pokostované, | |
| | varnished, polished, then everything | |
| | Products associated with the hides or | |
| | common materials, including goods | |
| | under item b) classified: | |
| | | |
| ex 1. | softwood: | |
| | | |
| | skis ......................... | 500, - |
| | | |
| Note | Boards of dyed or | |
| | stained wood, imported | |
| | factories for the manufacture of pencils on | |
| | dovolovací sheet, under the supervision and | |
| | under the conditions set | |
| | Regulation .... | 10 - |
| | | |
| 2nd ex | Hardwood or veneered | |
| | (Plain wood) | |
| | | |
| | skis ......................... | 500, - |
| | | |
| ex 357 | Goods from explicitly unnamed | |
| | fine wood or such | |
| | veneered wood, planed | |
| | (Smooth or grooved), | |
| | or roughly osoustruhované | |
| | roughly carved, also harvest | |
| | Paired or other | |
| | accordingly assembled: | |
| | | |
| ex b) | stained, colored, pokostované, | |
| | varnished, polished, then everything | |
| | Products associated with the hides or | |
| | common materials, including goods | |

| | classified in item a): | |
| | | |
| | skis and ski poles .......... | 500, - |
| | | |
| Note | Boards of dyed or | |
| | stained wood, imported | |
| | factories for the manufacture of pencils on | |
| | dovolovací sheet, under the supervision and | |
| | under the conditions set | |
| | Regulation ..................... | 10 - |
| | | |
| ex 358 | Goods Wooden expressly nejmeno- | |
| | nated, gently soustruhované then | |
| | All goods fired, | |
| | embossed or vykrouženými | |
| | ornaments, also combined with goat | |
| | or with common materials; | |
| | stuffed goods without coating: | |
| | | |
| | skis ......................... | 1000 - |
| | ski poles ................ | 700, - |
| | | |
| ex 361 | Goods not specially | |
| | From other raw materials turning | |
| | and carving than the | |
| | wood: | |
| | | |
| ex c) | meerschaum, lava, celluloid | |
| | and similar synthetic raw materials | |
| | carvings [outside of goods | |
| | imitations of substances named in | |
| | Items d) and e)], whether or not assembled | |
| | with ordinary or other | |
| | fine materials: | |
| | | |
| | unilluminated films other than | 2500, - |
| | cinematographic .............. | |
| | illuminated Movies | |
| | cinematographic ............. | 2000 - |
| | | |
| Note 1 | Unexposed films | |
| the saz. pol. | cinematographic ............. | 600, - |
| 361 c) | | |
| | | |
| | XXXV. Glass and glassware. | |
| | | |
| 380 | Photographic dry plates, | |
| | sensitive ....................... | 1500, - |
| | | Gross weight |
| | | |
| 381 | Raw optical glass in the lens | |
| | nevybroušené, in pieces, | |
| | sheets or lenses, cast, | |
| | molded or cut, too | |
| | sharpened, white or colored: | |
| | | |
| a) | in pieces ..................... | 25 - |
| b) | Other .................. | 90 - |
| | | Gross weight |
| | | |
| | XXXVI. Goods Stone | |
| | | |
| | of stone, adobe soils, | |
| | cement and stone mixture. | |
| | | |
| ex 391 | Stones for more than three | |
| | sides saw or rope | |
| | cut, but otherwise rough or | |
| | roughly trimmed; stone slabs | |
| | stronger 16 cm, only saw | |
| | or a cable cut or split: | |
| | | |
| | from Ubele, marble or serpentine ... | 5 - |
| | | |
| 392 | Fireproof quartzite stones | |
| | shaped brick, trimmed or sawing | |
| | or rope cut: | |
| | | |
| a) | pieces of 5 kg .................. | 6 - |
| b) | cuts over 5 kg ................ | 9 - |
| | | |
| ex 393 | Slate: | |
| | | |
| b) | Slate roofing and other | |
| | Tables ..................... | 9 - |
| | | |
| ex 394 | Stone slabs 16 cm thick or | |
| | weaker (except slabs of slate | |
| | and lithographic stones) | |
| | | |
| b) | further worked, whether or not polished | |
| | or polished: | |
| | | |

| 1st | of stones under the second unnamed | |
| | and third .......................... | 20 - |
| 2nd | from Ubele, marble or serpentine .... | 50 - |
| 3rd | granite, porphyry, syenite | |
| | similar hard stones ....... | 70 - |
| | | |
| 399 | Cement ........................ | 45 - |
| | | |
| 401 | Goods asbestos: | |
| | | |
| a) | asbestos paper and asbestos | |
| | cardboard, unwrought .... | 200 - |
| b) | asbestos paper and asbestos | |
| | Cardboard, formed, also perforated; | |
| | unwrought or wrought with | |
| | wired .............. | 800, - |
| c) | asbestos fabric, whether or not assembled | |
| | another tapestry or a wire | 800, - |
| d) | asbestos cloth, whether or not assembled | |
| | with other webs or the wire. | 1500, - |
| e) | other asbestos products, except when | |
| | to saz. pos. 409 c) whether or not | |
| | combined with other materials | |
| | (But not rubber) ...... | 1600 - |
| | | |
| ex 402 | Millstones, also with iron |
| | hoops or metal | |
| | packaging; lithographic stones: | |
| | | |
| | millstones, also with iron |
| | hoops or metal | |
| | Packaging ......................... | 10 - |
| | | |
| ex 403 | Natural sharpeners and sharpening: | |
| | | |
| a) | unconnected with other materials .... | 14 - |
| | | |
| ex 404 | Artificial sharpeners and sharpening, too | |
| | associated with wood, iron | |
| | or other base metals: | |
| | | |
| a) | of emery, silicon carbide | |
| | or a similar hard | |
| | brusidel ...................... | 370, - |
| | | |
| 406 | Paper Grinding ................ | 400 - |
| | | |
| 407 | Abrasive cloth, strips and the like. | 500, - |
| | | |
| ex 409 | Stone goods connected with | |
| | other materials, provided that the less | |
| | the connection has not been taken into account in | |
| | other numbers in this class: | |
| | | |
| ex a) | with common materials: | |
| | goods of mica or Micanites. | 900, - |
| | | |
| | XXXVIII. Iron and iron | |
| | goods. | |
| | | |
| | Iron and iron preparations: | |
| | | |
| ex 428 | Pig iron; iron and steel | |
| | old broken or | |
| | garbage for melting and welding: | |
| | | |
| a) | pig iron ................. | 16 - |
| c) | ferromanganese, ferrosilicon | |
| | (50 to 90% silicon) | |
| | ferrochrom, ferronikl, | |
| | ferrowolfram, ferromolybden, | |
| | ferrovanadium, ferroaluminium | |
| | (16) .......................... | duty-free |
| | | |
| 429 | Vlková kujnina (iron | |
| | kryčné); výlitky (billets) ..... | 36 - |
| | | |
| 430 | Buns (Sanders) from plávkového | |
| | iron and rolls of welded | |
| | svarného iron, rolling | |
| | (Boulders), Puddled Bars ........... | 50 - |
| | | |
| ex 431 | Rod iron and steel, forged | |
| | rolled or drawn: | |
| | | |
| ex a) | nefasované: | |
| | nefasované outside tape | |
| | iron and steel tape, | |
| | cold rolled, stronger | |
| | than 1.5 mm to 4 mm | 65 - |
| b) | fasování ...................... | 80 - |
| c) | Ornamental, Ornamented ........ | 100 - |

| d) | modified, except when under e) ... | 130, - |
| e) | nickel, copper-plated steel, | |
| | copper alloy or aluminum, | |
| | or polished .................. | 165, - |
| | | |
| ex 432 | Sheets and plates: | |
| | | |
| a) | untreated (raw) | |
| | [Black sheets]: | |
| | | |
| 1st | 2 mm thick or thicker ...... | 110, - |
| 2nd | weaker 2 mm to 1 mm .......... | 110, - |
| 3rd | weaker 2 mm to 0.6 mm ......... | 120, - |
| 4th | thinner 0.6 mm to 0.4 mm ....... | 130, - |
| 5th | thinner 0.4 mm to 0.25 mm ...... | 150 - |
| 6th | weaker ................. 0.4 mm | 160, - |
| | | |
| b) | glazed (dresované) or | |
| | Moreno (stripping): | |
| | | |
| 1st | 1 mm thick or thicker ...... | 130, - |
| 2nd | weaker 1 mm to 0.6 mm ......... | 150 - |
| 3rd | thinner 0.6 mm to 0.4 mm ....... | 160, - |
| 4th | weaker ................. 0.4 mm | 170, - |
| | | |
| ex c) | tin, zinc | |
| | leaded, poměděněné, | |
| | pomosazněné, pokostované, | |
| | ground: | |
| | | |
| ex 1. | 1 mm thick or thicker: | |
| | | |
| Ex Alpha | tin, zinc | |
| | leaded: | |
| | tinplate, leaded ......... | 200 - |
| beta | Other .......................... | 230, - |
| | | |
| 2nd ex | weaker 1 mm to 0.6 mm: | |
| | | |
| Ex Alpha | tin, zinc | |
| | leaded: | |
| | tinned leaded .......... | 210, - |
| beta | Other .......................... | 240, - |
| | | |
| 3rd ex | thinner 0.6 mm to 0.4 mm: | |
| | | |
| Ex Alpha | tin, zinc | |
| | leaded: | |
| | tinplate, leaded ......... | 220, - |
| beta | Other .......................... | 250 - |
| | | |
| ex fourth | weaker 0.4 mm: | |
| | | |
| Ex Alpha | tin, zinc: | |
| | leaded ..................... | 285, - |
| beta | Other ......................... | 300 - |
| | | |
| d) | nickel, copper-plated steel, | |
| | copper alloy or aluminum, | |
| | or polished .................. | 300 - |
| e) | sampled (color or | |
| | molding) moirované, | |
| | painted ...................... | 310, - |
| | | |
| 433 | Sheets and plates puncture | |
| | perforated, or trenched | |
| | trimmed: | |
| | | |
| a) | Black plates .................. | 400 - |
| b) | glazed or stained | |
| | (Stripping) .................. | 420 - |
| c) | Other ....................... | 700, - |
| | | |
| 434 | Wire: | |
| | | |
| aA) | rolled ..................... | 110, - |
| b) | Other: | |
| | | |
| 1st | 1.5 mm thick or thicker .... | 140, - |
| 2nd | thinner 1.5 mm to 0.5 mm ....... | 180, - |
| 3rd | weaker ................. 0.5 mm | 220, - |
| | | |
| b) | tinplate, galvanized, | |
| | leaded, poměděněný, | |
| | pomosazněný, pokostovaný: | |
| | | |
| 1st | 1.5 mm thick or thicker: | |
| | | |
| alpha | 3 mm thick or thicker ...... | 210, - |
| beta | weaker 3 to 1.5 mm ......... | 210, - |
| | | |
| 2nd | thinner 1.5 mm to 0.5 mm ....... | 260, - |

| | | |
| 3rd | weaker 0,5 mm: | |
| | | |
| alpha | thinner 0.5 mm to 0.3 mm ....... | 300 - |
| beta | weaker ................. 0.3 mm | 300 - |
| | | |
| c) | nickel, copper-plated steel, | |
| | copper alloy or aluminum, | |
| | or polished .................. | 340, - |
| | | |
| 435 | Hardened wire: | |
| | | |
| a) | rough (raw) ......... | 230, - |
| b) | Polished, or otherwise further | |
| | worked .................... | 540 - |
| | | |
| | Iron products: | |
| | | |
| 438 | Pipes and their clutch of non | |
| | cast: | |
| | | |
| a) | untreated (raw), whether | |
| | odrhnuté, whether or asphalt | |
| | tar painted; when the strength | |
| | Wall: | |
| | | |
| 1st | 7 mm or greater ............... | 85, - |
| 2nd | thinner than 7 mm ............... | 160, - |
| | | |
| b) | otherwise commonly worked; in | |
| | wall thickness: | |
| | | |
| 1st | 7 mm or greater ............... | 185, - |
| 2nd | weaker 7 mm ................... | 300 - |
| | | |
| c) | finely wrought; when the strength | |
| | Wall: | |
| | | |
| 1st | 7 mm or greater ............... | 330, - |
| 2nd | weaker 7 mm ................... | 380, - |
| | | |
| 439 | Pipes, but not their | |
| | couplings of ductile iron | |
| | rolled or drawn, or | |
| | malleable cast iron, whether or not | |
| | folded, přeletovanými | |
| | or welded flanges; | |
| | Pipes corrugated: | |
| | | |
| a) | untreated (raw), whether | |
| | odrhnuté, threaded or | |
| | with flanges drilled or | |
| | soustruhovanými ............... | 300 - |
| b) | otherwise commonly worked ..... | 380, - |
| c) | finely worked .............. | 550, - |
| | | |
| ex 445 | Metal goods expressly | |
| | unnamed: | |
| | | |
| Ex d) | oxidized, are painted | |
| | printed, bronzed, | |
| | lacquer, enamel or | |
| | the sampled sheets; also | |
| | combined with common materials: | |
| | | |
| 2nd ex | Other: | |
| | frames for addressing machines .. | 800, - |
| | | |
| | Note the saz. No. 445. | |
| | Water meters saz. No. 445 | |
| | subject to the relevant 3/5 | |
| | general tariff rate. | |
| | | |
| | Tools and equipment: | |
| | | |
| 455 | Hayfork and manure and other | |
| | Gross forks, rakes and hrabky, | |
| | also combined with wood: | |
| | | |
| a) | untreated (raw), whether | |
| | with modified tips ....... | 350, - |
| b) | otherwise plain or gently | |
| | worked, whether or not polished | |
| | or nickel ............. | 500, - |
| | | |
| ex 456 | Hammers, mallets; all axes | |
| | kind; pliers out of heavy pliers | |
| | blacksmith, anvil, anvil | |
| | bucks, forging dies | |
| | (Blocks) | |
| | | |
| ex a) | If a piece weighs 500 g or more: | |
| ex 1. | black or plain worked: | |
| | hammers, mallets, axes all | |

| | kind ........................ | 700, - |
| 2nd ex | finely worked: | |
| | hammers, mallets; all axes | |
| | kind ........................ | 1200, - |
| | | |
| ex b) | If a piece weighs less than 500 g | |
| | then notwithstanding the weight of all | |
| | completely or partially polished | |
| | or nickel: | |
| | hammers, mallets; all axes | |
| | kind ........................ | 1500, - |
| | | |
| ex 458 | Neozubené saws and blades for saws | | |
| | whether or not wholly or partly polished | |
| | or nickel: | |
| a) | psoriasis ...................... | 2500, - |
| | | |
| ex 459 | Circles (cutters), reamers | |
| | (Outside reamers angle) | |
| | taps and screw drills, | |
| | Jaws whorls; punches; | |
| | All these tools also | |
| | completely or partially polished | |
| | or nickel; If a piece weighs: | |
| | | |
| Ex e) | less than 50 g: | |
| | punches ........................ | 2700, - |
| | | |
| 465 | Articulated chains, including chains | |
| | for bicycles belonging to | |
| | saz. no. 552 ............... | 700, - |
| | | |
| ex 467 | Card clothing of all kinds; | |
| | Weaving rays and teeth | |
| | Weaving rays, whether | |
| | bundles or coils; | |
| | wire weaving heddles; | |
| | wire or metal tabs | |
| | to nitěnkám (maillons) | |
| | | |
| a) | card clothing: | |
| 1st | unconnected with felt ............ | 900, - |
| 2nd | Other ......................... | 3000, - |
| | | |
| ex 468 | Needles, unless they belong to saz. | |
| | no. 469; pens and solenoids | |
| | The pens; Steel pearls, too | |
| | gold or silver; rods | |
| | Hooks and clasps, buckles, buttons, |
| | thimbles and similar small | |
| | needed: | |
| | | |
| | pole ........................ | 2500, - |
| | | |
| ex 469 | Needles (including needles movers | |
| | embroidery and mending) | |
| | also with a gilded handle; needle | |
| | Sewing, knitting, embroidery | |
| | and stávkovacím machines: | |
| | | |
| a) | Needle machine ................ | 1200, - |
| | | |
| ex 473 | Locks, keys and other parts | |
| | locks: | |
| | | |
| a) | ordinary locks, outside locks | |
| | Safety locks and artistic - | |
| | locksmithing, weigh-each: | |
| | | |
| 1st | more than 300 g ............... | 850, - |
| 2nd | 300 g or less .............. | 1400, - |
| | | |
| ex 476 | Iron furniture, except furniture | |
| | artistic locksmith; | |
| | gymnastic apparatus: | |
| | | |
| b) | otherwise plain or gently | |
| | finish, also combined with | |
| | other materials: | |
| | file cabinets, equipment | |
| | (17) ......................... | 1300 - |
| | refrigerated cabinets for storing | |
| | Food also very fine | |
| | machined (18) .............. | 1700, - |
| | Other ...................... | 2200, - |
| | | |
| ex 478 | Weapons and weapons parts: | |
| ex b) | The weapon: | |
| 3rd ex | Other finished firearms | |
| | hand, also very fine | |

| | worked: | |
| | automatic rifles, automatic | |
| | pistols, revolvers, rifles | |
| | a tap or faucet without .. | 6300, - |
| | | |
| ex 479 | Cutlery and its | |
| | parts: | |
| Ex e) | all other goods cutlery, | |
| | also very finely worked: | |
| 2nd ex | Other: | |
| | uncut blades into shaving | |
| | instruments, in strips .......... | 2100 - |
| | | |
| ex 483 | Goods of ductile iron, expressly | |
| | These unnamed; with or without | |
| | non-malleable cast iron or | |
| | wood: | |
| ex c) | finely worked, weigh-each: | |
| ex 1. | more than 25 kg: | |
| | wheels for motor vehicles and | |
| | aircraft ...................... | 200 - |
| | | |
| 2nd ex | more than 3 kg to 25 kg: | |
| | wheels for motor vehicles and | |
| | aircraft ...................... | 215, - |
| | | |
| ex 484 | Iron products connected with | |
| | common materials: | |
| | wheels for motor vehicles and | |
| | aircraft ...................... | 300 - |
| | fittings ..................... | 1000 - |
| | | |
| | XXXIX. Base metals and products | |
| | from them. | |
| | | |
| | Raw metals and semi-finished products: | |
| | | |
| ex 488 | Base metals, crude, old | |
| | broken or scrap: | |
| | | |
| a) | Lead, also alloys with | |
| | antimony, arsenic, tin | |
| | or zinc .................. | 24 - |
| b) | tin, tin alloys also with | |
| | antimony, lead or zinc; | |
| | Metal britanium ................. | duty-free |
| d) | Copper (also refined), copper | |
| | Electrolytic, The rose, | |
| | cement (precipitated) .......... | duty-free |
| e) | Nickel ......................... | duty-free |
| ex f) | aluminum, magnesium and alloys | per 100 kg: |
| | aluminum-magnesium: | |
| | | |
| | aluminum and aluminum alloy | duty-free |
| | magnesium ...................... | |
| g) | Base metals expressly | duty-free |
| | najmenované ................... | |
| | | |
| ex h) | Alloys of base metal | |
| | expressly unnamed: | |
| | Brass ......................... | duty-free |
| | | |
| ex 491 | Sheets and plates (rolled | |
| | forged), not further worked: | |
| c) | Zinc ....................... | 240, - |
| | | |
| Ex d) | Copper, nickel, aluminum and | |
| | other specifically unnamed | |
| | base metals and metal | |
| | alloys: | |
| | | |
| ex 1. | thicker than 0.5 mm: | |
| | copper, brass ............... | 300 - |
| | aluminum or alloys | |
| | Aluminium and alloys | |
| | like aluminum | 480 - |
| | | |
| 2nd ex | 0.5 mm thick and thinner: | |
| | copper and brass .............. | 380, - |
| | | |
| 494 | Sheet and plate or gold | |
| | silver, the gold or | |
| | silver, clad ............ | 1500, - |
| | | |
| ex 496 | Bars, rods and wires (rolled | |
| | forged or drawn): | |
| | | |
| Ex d) | Copper, nickel, aluminum and | |
| | other base metals | |
| | metal alloys: | |
| | | |
| ex 1. | thicker than 0.5 mm: | |

| | | |
| | brass ....................... | 440 - |
| | nickel, aluminum or the | |
| | aluminum alloy, and the | |
| | aluminum alloys similar ...... | 580, - |
| | | |
| 498 | Copper wire, cemented; wires | |
| | of base metal or of metal | |
| | alloys, silver or | |
| | silver, clad; all | |
| | These flattened, but further | |
| | unworked .................. | 720, - |
| | | |
| | Metal products: | |
| | | |
| ex 500 | Pipes and cylinders, further | |
| | unworked: | |
| | | |
| Ex d) | other base metals or | |
| | metal alloy, weighs a current | |
| | meter: | |
| | | |
| ex 1. | 1 kg or more: | |
| | | |
| | Copper ........................ | 840, - |
| | | |
| ex 502 | Boilers and Kotlářská goods, further | |
| | unworked (excluding items | |
| | Class L): | |
| | | |
| b) | Boiler of other base metals | |
| | metal alloys (except aluminum and | |
| | nickel); Only the cup semi | |
| | the bent; or forged | |
| | Unrollings floor and fireplace; | |
| | If it generally weighs more than 10 kg piece | 450, - |
| | | |
| ex 517 | Goods from explicitly unnamed | |
| | copper and other base metals | |
| | or metal alloys specifically | |
| | unnamed, whether or not assembled | |
| | with common materials: | |
| | | |
| ex a) | usually worked: | |
| | | |
| | Bronze current sensors, | |
| | unmounted ................... | 520, - |
| | | |
| | furniture nails, cotter pins, | |
| | rings sails; Forged | |
| | carriages, furniture, windows and | |
| | the door; furniture, copper and brass | |
| | tableware (dishes outside table) ... | 1300 - |
| | | |
| ex b) | finely worked: | |
| | | |
| | Furniture nails and cotter pins; | |
| | rings sails; Forged | |
| | carriages, furniture, doors and windows; | |
| | furniture; copper and brass | |
| | tableware (dishes outside table) ... | 2800, - |
| | | |
| ex 522 | Goods of common metal or | |
| | metal alloys, completely or | |
| | partially gold- or silver-plated | |
| | gold or silver, clad | |
| | or associated with very fine | |
| | materials: | |
| | | |
| | spotlights and flashlights | |
| | electric motor and wheels | |
| | Cars .................... | 7000, - |
| | | |
| ex 523 | Tinsel, baubles (also foliated) | |
| | and fabric of base metal or | |
| | metal alloys: | |
| | | |
| b) | silver or silver | |
| | clad ..................... | 4000, - |
| | | |
| c) | plated or gold-plated. | 8000, - |
| | | |
| | XL. Machinery and their | |
| | components of wood, iron NEB | |
| | base metals, among those | |
| | They belong to the class XLI. and XLII. | |
| | | |
| ex 526 | Steam boilers; instruments | |
| | distilling, brewing and cooling; | |
| | cisterns and tanks; all these | |
| | finished articles, whether or not | |
| | fittings belonging to them and | |

| | mounted thereon: | |
| | | |
| ex b) | Iron with components of | |
| | base metal: | |
| | | |
| | steel cylinders (cylinders) gas. | 850, - |
| | | |
| ex 528 | Steam and other engines | |
| | expressly unnamed (outside) | |
| | class motors XLI. and XLII.); | |
| | working machines, combined | |
| | inseparably with steam | |
| | engines (steam hlubidla, | |
| | steam cranes, steam hammers, | |
| | steam pumps, steam syringes | |
| | machines and similar machines): | |
| | | |
| | Note the saz. No. 528. | |
| | Carburetors this tariff | |
| | vyclívají same numbers | |
| | rate as carburetors saz. | |
| | no. 537. | |
| | | |
| ex 530 | Agricultural machines | |
| | devices, specifically | |
| | unnamed: | |
| | | |
| ex c) | Other: | |
| | | |
| 2nd ex | Iron: | |
| | | |
| | Complete plows for | |
| | motor plows .............. | 500, - |
| | | |
| ex 538 | Machines and apparatus, expressly | |
| | unnamed others, weigh-li | |
| | piece: | |
| | | |
| ex c) | more than 10 g: | |
| | | |
| | lathes, planers, | |
| | shapinky and slotting machines | |
| | Metals ......................... | 1000 - |
| | | |
| ex Notes | 2. When classifying machines, | |
| to Class XL. | devices or their components | |
| | shall be disregarded for connection to | |
| | other substances. | |
| | | |
| | As the third part of the machinery or | |
| | devices transgress vyclívány | |
| | such objects are expressly | |
| | Unlisted, which can | |
| | be used otherwise than for | |
| | or assembling machines | |
| | devices. | |
| | | |
| | XLI. Electrical machinery | |
| | Electrical equipment and | |
| | needs. | |
| | | |
| ex 539 | Dynamos and electric motors | |
| | (Except for motor cars) | |
| | also combined with mechanical | |
| | equipment or apparatus; | |
| | Transformers (rotating or | |
| | stationary converters); If a piece weighs: | |
| | | |
| a) | 25 kg or less: | |
| | | |
| | refrigerators (19) ....... | 1700, - |
| | | |
| | Other ...................... | 3000, - |
| | | |
| b) | more than 25 kg to 5 q ........ | 2000 - |
| | | |
| ex 540 | Electrical appliances | |
| | telegraph bell, | |
| | signaling and train | |
| | security apparatus; | |
| | telephones and microphones; | |
| | protective devices | |
| | Flash (outside lightning); | |
| | electrical measuring instruments | |
| | and computing; If a piece weighs: | |
| | | |
| ex b) | less than 5 kg: | |
| | | |
| | Microphones .................... | 9000, - |
| | | |
| ex Note | Radiotelephone equipment, | |
| the saz. no. 540 | the telegraph and the like; | |
| | electric loudspeakers: | |
| | | |

| | receiving devices (except | |
| | instrument televisní) | |
| | amplifiers and electric | |
| | loudspeakers; All outside | |
| | electronic lamps, especially | |
| | imported ..................... | 9000, - |
| | | |
| 542 | Electric lamps (arc lamps, | |
| | bulbs etc.), Prefabricated | |
| | sleeves for electric lamps; | |
| | mounted glass shades for | |
| | luminous electric phenomena; | |
| | electromedical devices (whether or not | |
| | x-ray device) ....... | 4250, - |
| | | |
| ex 543 | Electrical equipment and | |
| | Electrical equipment | |
| | (Regulators, resistances, | |
| | [starters] and so on.), Expressly | |
| | unnamed: | |
| | | |
| | spark plugs and | |
| | Electric Boot | |
| | a device for internal combustion | |
| | combustion engines (also for | |
| | automobile and aircraft | |
| | engines) ...................... | 2000 - |
| | | |
| | electrical rectifiers | |
| | Current ....................... | 3000, - |
| | | |
| | carbon brushes, assembled. | 5000, - |
| | | |
| Note | Expressly unnamed | |
| for saz. no. | electrical equipment and | |
| 543, para. 4 | Electrical equipment | |
| | covered with a piece weighs | |
| | mounted thereon electric | |
| | and measurement instruments | |
| | counting less than 5 kg, | |
| | vyclívají by saz. pol. | |
| | 540b). | |
| | | |
| ex 544 | Cables and isolated | |
| | Power conducting wires: | |
| | | |
| a) | with metal protection ........... | 1300 - |
| | | |
| 545 | Batteries with lead | |
| | electrodes and lead | |
| | electrodes for batteries ...... | 1200, - |
| | | |
| 546 | Electric brushes: | |
| | | |
| a) | embers lighting (gags) | |
| | weighs If meter 1 kg or | |
| | Less ......................... | 800, - |
| | | |
| b) | Other: | |
| | | |
| 1st | If a piece weighs 3 kg or more ... | 32 - |
| | | |
| 2nd | Other ...................... | 120, - |
| | | |
| | XLII. Vehicles. | |
| | Vehicles Road | |
| | | |
| ex 552 | Bicycle parts | |
| | (Tube connectors, tube fork | |
| | handlebars, seat supports, | |
| | gears, pedal boats, | |
| | valves, brake parts, tools | |
| | and transfers [also distributed] | |
| | chains, pedal cranks, | |
| | wire spokes are threaded | |
| | nut to wire spokes, | |
| | drilled rims etc.) | |
| | worked: | |
| | | |
| b) | Other ...................... | 3200, - |
| | | |
| ex 553 | Motorcycles, also s | |
| | sidecar, sidecars | |
| | trucks specially imported | |
| | automobiles (also motor | |
| | tricycles), chassis with engines | |
| | with or without a body | |
| | imported separately: | |
| | | |
| ex a) | Motorcycles, also s | |
| | and sidecar | |
| | sidecars separately | |

| | imported: | |
| | | |
| | motorized bicycles, weighs If a piece | |
| | more than 190 kg (without | |
| | sidecar) ........... | 2200, - |
| | | |
| ex b) | cars (whether or not | |
| | motor tricycles personal and | |
| | freight) chassis with engine | |
| | with or without a body | |
| | imported separately, weighing If the piece: | |
| | | |
| ex 1. | exceeding 1000 kg: | |
| | | |
| | of total passenger cars | |
| | various spare parts | |
| | chassis (20) ................. | 3400, - |
| | | |
| 2nd ex | more than 1000 kg: | |
| | | |
| | of total passenger cars | |
| | complete chassis, single | |
| | spare parts chassis | |
| | (20) ......................... | 2900, - |
| | | |
| ex c) | lorries | |
| | buses, cars | |
| | inseparably connected with | |
| | working equipment chassis | |
| | with or without motor | |
| | and bodies imported separately, | |
| | If a piece weighs: | |
| | | |
| ex 1. | more than 1500 kg | |
| | | |
| | complete basic cars | |
| | complete chassis, single | |
| | spare parts chassis | |
| | (20) ......................... | 2900, - |
| | | |
| Ex d) | tractors and motor plows: | |
| | | |
| | tractors, weighing If a piece | |
| | exceeding 3000 kg .............. | 1300 - |
| | | |
| Ex e) | aircraft: | the price: |
| | | |
| | complete aircraft weighs If a piece | |
| | no more than 10.000 kg ............ | 40% |
| | | |
| | complete aircraft weighs If a piece | |
| | More than 10.000 kg ........... | 25% |
| | | |
| ex 554 | Automotive engines and | |
| | Aircraft: | |
| | | |
| b) | Aircraft .................... | 20.000, - |
| | | |
| | Note the saz. No. 554. | |
| | Carburetors this tariff | |
| | vyclívají same numbers | |
| | rate as carburetors | |
| | saz. no. 537. | |
| | | |
| Note | Individual imported separately | |
| The saz. No. 554 | Engine components of this | |
| (First sentence) | tariff heading, which are | |
| | completely finished and can be without | |
| | doubt know them as | |
| | parts of such engines are | |
| | vyclívají rates applicable | |
| | for different types of engines | |
| | If an importer submits proof of | |
| | which can be safely seen that | |
| | parts belonging to the engine | |
| | the species and weight. | |
| | | |
| | XLIII. Precious (precious) metals | |
| | and precious and semiprecious stones | |
| | goods from them; coin. | |
| | | |
| ex 571 | Right stones (precious and | |
| | semiprecious), corals (true | |
| | and wrong) squared | |
| | cut, cut) | |
| | unmounted; genuine pearls | |
| | unmounted: | |
| | | |
| | Right stones (precious and | |
| | semiprecious) squared | |
| | (Grinding, cutting) | |
| | unmounted (also | |
| | piezoelectric quartz, | |

| | cut, unmounted) .......... | 3000, - |
| | | |
| | XLIV. Instruments | |
| | (Instruments) hours. | |
| | Instruments | |
| | [Instruments] (except those which | |
| | belongs to the class XLI. And beyond | |
| | musical instruments) | |
| | | |
| ex 573 | Instruments | per 1 kg: |
| | Surgical and other | |
| | Medical instruments: | |
| | | |
| b) | of other materials ................ | 200 - |
| | | |
| ex 574 | And mathematical instruments | |
| | physical: | |
| | | |
| ex b) | Other: | |
| | | |
| | water meters ..................... | 20 - |
| | | |
| ex 576 | Apparatus and instruments | |
| | expressly unnamed: | |
| | | |
| a) | writing instruments, computer | |
| | (Also cash registers) | |
| | knihovacím reproductive | |
| | accounting, statistical, | |
| | addressing and franking: | |
| | | |
| | writing instruments (21) | |
| | computing (21) computer | |
| | (Also cash registers) | 40 - |
| | | |
| | Devices a booking, | |
| | duplicating, accounting, | |
| | statistical, and addressing | |
| | marking ................... | 25 - |
| | | |
| ex b) | Other: | per 1 kg: |
| | | |
| | apparatus for recording and | |
| | sound, outside | |
| | sound board to them (22) .... | 15 - |
| | | |
| | rollers for dictation | |
| | devices, smooth ........... | 15 - |
| | | |
| | machinery for sorting checks | |
| | machinery for sorting results | |
| | Test ...................... | 15 - |
| | | |
| | control datumovací | |
| | Instruments .................... | 25 - |
| | | |
| ex 578 | Scales and weighing devices, inter | |
| | Balance precision, belonging to the saz. | |
| | no. 574: | |
| | | |
| b) | Other: | per 100 kg: |
| | | |
| 1st | inclining scales, weighing If a piece | |
| | 50 kg or less .............. | 3000, - |
| | | |
| 2nd | Other ...................... | 1500, - |
| | | |
| | Hours: | |
| | | |
| ex 589 | Clocks and clockworks, | |
| | expressly unnamed; | |
| | hourly skeleton; pinions in | |
| | planted suppositories | |
| | riveted wheels: | |
| | | |
| | control clocks and similar | |
| | devices for checking and | |
| | Recording Time .................. | 2500, - |
| | | |
| | XLVI. Auxiliary Chemicals | |
| | and chemical products. | |
| | | |
| ex 596 | Elements specifically mentioned: | |
| | | |
| ex a) | Sulphur (in pieces and roubících) | |
| | also ground, and flowers of sulfur; | |
| | selenium; bromine; iodine; phosphorus; | |
| | antimony metal; Mercury: | |
| | | |
| | Sulphur (in pieces and roubících) | |
| | also ground; Iodine .............. | duty-free |
| | | |
| ex 597 | Oxides and principles explicitly | |
| | Appointments: | |
| | | |

| f) | Arsenic oxide ........... | 20 - |
| | | |
| | Salts and other compounds | |
| | specifically mentioned: | |
| | | |
| | Potassium, sodium and ammonium | |
| | specifically mentioned: | |
| | | |
| ex a) | Manure salts (potassium salts in | |
| | natural its composition, t.zv. | |
| | reactive [odklizové] and | |
| | waste salts and synthetic | | || || | manures from mixtures of salts); | |
| | potassium chloride; Sodium nitrate | |
| | (Nature [Chilean] and artificial) | |
| | unpurified; raw borax; | |
| | raw tartar; wine | |
| | Yeast (wine yeast) dry; | |
| | Coal-fired: | |
| | | |
| ex 1. | Sodium nitrate (natural | |
| | [Chilean] and artificial), not: | |
| | | |
| | Sodium nitrate (natural | |
| | [Chilean] and artificial), crude, | |
| | the special certificate | |
| | Foreign Ministry | |
| | Trade (23) .................. | duty-free |
| | | for the year |
| | | contingent |
| | | EUR |
| | | average |
| | | annual |
| | | imports from |
| | | territory |
| | | Contracting |
| | | parties |
| | | in years |
| | | 1934-1938 |
| | | including. |
| | | |
| 2nd ex | Other: | |
| | | |
| | raw borax; vinasses coal. | duty-free |
| | | |
| Ex i) 2. | potassium bicarbonate and | |
| | sodium; sodium sulfite, | |
| | solid; sodium bisulfite, | |
| | solid; Sodium thiosulphate, fixed; | |
| | | |
| | potassium bicarbonate | |
| | and sodium ....................... | 240, - |
| | | |
| ex 600 | Compounds of calcium, strontium, | |
| | barium and magnesium, specifically | |
| | Appointments: | |
| | | |
| d) | char (bone charcoal) ........ | 100 - |
| | | |
| ex 601 | Compounds of aluminum, iron, | |
| | chromium, nickel and cobalt | |
| | specifically mentioned: | |
| | | |
| ex a) | All ferruginous stains; | |
| | green vitriol; mineral | |
| | safflor (cafra) stoneblue | |
| | (Paints), glass posýpátko ... | 20 - |
| | | |
| ex 604 | Compounds organic | |
| | (Organic parts), expressly | |
| | Appointments: | |
| | | |
| g) | salicylic acid, | |
| | technical, imported through the customs | |
| | Authorities in Cheb, Pilsen, Prague | |
| | Usti nad Labem ............... | 1500, - |
| | | |
| | Other ....................... | 3000, - |
| | | |
| | Other chemical auxiliaries | |
| | and products: | |
| | | |
| ex 605 | Black (soot), and coal dust | |
| | ground black (except crumb | |
| | bone charcoal which belongs to | |
| | Saz. pos. 600 d) | |
| | | |
| a) | black (soot) ................... | 40 - |
| | | |
| ex 610 | Gelatin (cleaned, dried | |
| | klihovatina animal origin | |
| | and plant), whether or dust | |
| | beatings and goods from it: | |
| a) | gelatin ...................... | 550, - |

| | | |
| ex 611 | Glue of any kind, whether isinglass | |
| | (Nutri key): | |
| | | |
| | fish glue liquid in the barrels .... | 200 - |
| | | |
| Note 1 | Casein, imported for manufacturing | |
| the saz. pol. | artificial corner to appellate review | |
| 612 b) | sheet, under the supervision and | |
| | terms of the Regulation | duty-free |
| | | |
| ex 613 | starch (also starchy flour): | |
| | | |
| | rice starch (uncooked rice | |
| | starchy flour) .............. | 170, - |
| | | |
| ex 614 | Gluten, starch adhesives (whether or not | |
| | dextrin and dextrin | |
| | glue) and other substitutes | |
| | gums, expressly | |
| | unnamed; sebum glop | |
| | and similar adhesives and dressings | |
| | containing starch: | |
| | | |
| a) | Gluten ......................... | 750 - |
| | | |
| ex 618 | Substitutes soaps, perfumes | |
| | impregnated; bole; scouring | |
| | pastes, soaps containing; | |
| | Starch glaze: | |
| | | |
| | scouring pastes, soaps | |
| | Non .................. | 800, - |
| | | |
| ex 621 | Condensed gases, liquefied | |
| | or hardened, expressly | |
| | unnamed: | the price |
| | | |
| | argon ......................... | 15% |
| | | |
| ex 622 | Auxiliary materials and products | |
| | chemical, expressly | |
| | unnamed: | the price |
| | | |
| Ex d) | Other: | |
| | | |
| | cellulose acetate; rennet | |
| | preparations, solid .............. | 8% |
| | | |
| Note 3 | Karbit silicon and artificial | |
| the saz. pol. | corundum, imported for manufacturing | |
| 622 d) | abrasives, for | |
| | special permit in | |
| | conditions set | per 100 kg: |
| | Regulation ..................... | 10 - |
| | | |
| | XLVII. Pokosty goods | |
| | dyeing, pharmaceutical and | |
| | perfumery. | |
| | | |
| | Colours: | |
| | | |
| ex 626 | Expressly unnamed colors: | |
| | | |
| ex b) | Other: | |
| | | |
| | ultramarine blue .............. | 850, - |
| | | |
| 627 | All colors in the form of tables | |
| | and the like., in bags, pastes, | |
| | tubes, vesicles, | |
| | mističkách, glasses, | |
| | shells and boxes ......... | 2000 - |
| | | |
| 628 | Inks, ink powders | |
| | sealing wax .................. | 800, - |
| | | |
| | Pharmacists and goods | |
| | perfumery: | |
| | | |
| ex 630 | Pharmacy Products modified, | |
| | as well as all substances their | |
| | signs, labels, and so on. | |
| | tagged as medicines, even for | |
| | animals; cotton and bandages | |
| | adapted for medicinal purposes: | |
| | | |
| ex a) | Pharmacists goods modified, | |
| | as well as all substances their | |
| | signs, labels, and so on. | |
| | tagged as medicines, even for | |
| | animals: | |
| | | |
| 3rd ex | Other: | |

| | | |
| ex beta) | Other: | |
| | | |
| ex 1. | adjusted for a good sale | |
| | | |
| | Fish oil ...................... | 2000 - |
| | | |
| 2nd ex | Other: | |
| | | |
| | Fish oil ...................... | 2000 - |
| | | |
| 631 | Vinegars, oils and fats, perfumed: | |
| | | |
| a) | in boxes weighing 5 kg or | |
| | more ......................... | 600, - |
| | | |
| b) | in boxes under 5 kg ......... | 2250, - |
| | | |
| | | |
| | | Per 100 kg: |
| 633 | Perfumery goods (as well as | |
| | all fragrant substances and mixtures | |
| | treatment marking labels, | |
| | tutorials etc. As well as perfumes); | |
| | cosmetics: | |
| | | |
| a) | free alcohol | |
| | (Makeup, perfumed powders, | |
| | hair oil, pomades, pastes | |
| | teeth, František) .......... | 6000, - |
| b) | alcohol ........... | 10000, - |
| | | |
| | | |
| | XLVIII. Candles, soap and wax | |
| | goods. | |
| | | |
| ex 637 | Soap: | |
| | | |
| b) | Fine, that perfumed or | |
| | tables, balls, | |
| | boxes, hrnečkách: | |
| | | |
| | scouring pastes containing | |
| | Soap ...................... | 800, - |
| | Other .................... | 1100 - |
| | | |
| | IF. Garbage. | |
| | | |
| ex 652 | Fertilizer and other livestock, too | |
| | fertilizers elsewhere unclassified; | |
| | ash wood and coal; | |
| | Bone Bone ash; employed | |
| | bone charcoal fit | |
| | only mrvení; bone meal; | |
| | Thomas slag and other | |
| | slags, whether or not minced; chippings | |
| | from horns and hooves; blood | |
| | Liquid and dry; animal | |
| | tendons; meat waste to mrvení; | |
| | residues in the production of yellow blood | |
| | salts; ammonia water (water | |
| | Gas) unsaturated: | |
| | | |
| a) | Bone meal ................ | 10 - |
| | | |
| ex b) | Other: | |
| | fish meal, blood dried up, | |
| | animal tendons, fatty | |
| | Garbage to mrvení ........... | duty-free |
| | | |
+ ----------------- + ---------------------------- ------ + ----------- +

Comments on various kinds of goods.

(1) Wine berries and grapes, dried, enjoying the agreed rate of 180 crowns -
per 100g, even if they are packaged for retail sale.

(2) A charge levied phytopathological inspection of pears and apples,
coming from regional Parties and packed in crates and barrels
not be higher than 10 crowns, - per 100 kg.

(3) A period of three months prior to importation within which apples must be harvested
eligible for a deduction to be allowed to contract at a rate of 75 crowns, - per 100 kg, is expected back
date of customs clearance in Czechoslovakia. Shipments of apples must be accompanied by a certificate confirming
harvesting date. The government of the exporting country and
Czechoslovak Government agree on the list of the authorities of the exporting country, which
will be charged with issuing the certificates.

(4) Dried Plums benefit from negotiated rates CSK 60, - per 100 kg, although
are packaged for retail sale.

(5) Apples and pears, peeled and dried, either whole or sliced,
benefit from negotiated rates CSK 50, - per 100 kg, even though they are packaged for retail sale
.


Fruit specifically packaged for, dried, enjoys negotiated rates CSK
100, - per 100 kg, although it is packaged for retail sale.

(6) Dried fruits originating in the territory of the Contracting Parties, containing up to 2
000 mg of sulfur dioxide per 1 kg of dried fruit, not excluded from
trade as harmful, if it meets the other principles and regulations | || Code Czechoslovak food, particularly as regards its
designation.

(7) When the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
finds that the condition of fats and edible oils in Europe to raise supplies
again reached the boiling, after taking into account the demand for them, roughly similar levels to what
in the years immediately before 1938, the Czechoslovak government
initiated at the request of either Contracting Party, which has a substantial interest in exporting
lard in Czechoslovakia, dealing with this
Contracting Party in order to reach a mutually satisfactory agreement on the regime
force in Czechoslovakia for imported lard.

However, the ratio between the duty rates on raw lard and rendered
no worse than 3: 4th

(8) Unthickened juice from citrus fruits saz. Pos. 109a) and other
not concentrated juices of fruits, berries and fruit (except juice from apples, raspberries and grapes
) saz. Pol. 109b) 2, enjoyed the agreed rate Kcs 200 -
with respect crowns 400, - per 100 kg, even if packaged in containers
sealed.

(9) In addition to the confirmation of the controlled appellation of origin in respect
certificate of origin, must be all the wines imported into Czechoslovakia
also accompanied by a certificate of analysis issued by public laboratories
whose list will be determined by mutual agreement
between the competent authorities of the exporting country and Czechoslovak authorities.

Certificate of analysis will in particular, contain:

Specific weight

Alcohol gravity,

Contents of all acids

Volatile acidity

Volatile acidity

Contents extracts

Sugar content

Content extract without sugar

Contents of ashes (mineral substances)

Statement that it is a natural wine without any additives.

For wines benefiting from a controlled appellation of origin may be the designation of origin certificate
replaced by a specific certificate certifying the origin and quality of the product and
drawn up in accordance with the formula agreed
mutual agreement between the competent authorities of the exporting country and Czechoslovak authorities.
This document will also nahrazovati the above analysis certificates.

(10) Vegetable sauces, including tomato sauce, with vyclívají
same rate as "canning vegetables, others outside of
canned tomatoes", ie a rate of 700 crowns, - per 100 kg.

(11) board to produce skis vyclívají according to the tariff numbers even though
at both ends impregnated with paraffin and the like.

(12) As the "other" essential oil vyclívá and cinnamon oil and citronella oil
.

(13) odtučnělé linters, bleached, but wrought with vyclívají by saz.
No. 180.

(14) It is agreed that the term 'cannabis' includes cannabis
New Zealand (New Zealand flax, Phormiun tenax).

(15) Paring and other wastes of leather saz. No. 329, 330, 333 to 337 are not considered
sorted, even of the same type or the same color.

(16) ferrosilicon containing 40-50% Si dealt with by saz. Pol.
428 c) duty free.

(17) Cart index boxes, decorated, with or without isolation, with locks
or without them, subject to contractual rate CSK 1300, - per 100 kg.

(18) Mechanical refrigeration equipment complete, also very finely machined,
include imported into Czechoslovakia to the saz. No. 476, to discuss
rate CSK 1700, - per 100 kg.

(19) Refrigerating units consist of an electric motor associated with
compressor, in which the capacitor is mounted. Whole can be equipped
automatic switching of electric current, a fan and
is usually mounted on a bearing bottom.

(20) Concessions granted on spare parts
chassis cars or trucks are limited to single replacement parts
intended to correct only the chassis cars and trucks to
Czechoslovak already imported.

(21) Where would leave rates at a writing instrument crowns 40, - per 1 kilogram
seriously penalize Czechoslovak industry writing instruments
Czechoslovak government would be forced to appeal to Art. XIX of this Agreement,

To achieve a reasonable rate of crowns 40, - per 1 kilogram
according to the provisions of this Article.

(22) "apparatus for recording and reproducing sound" means phonographs, gramophones
, dictation devices, instruments for reproducing dictation and under.

(23) It is agreed that "special certificate
Ministry of Foreign Trade" is only in order to confirm the customs authorities of Czechoslovakia that
saltpeter, imported under the special quota, he should be released without
duties, and besides insure that said the ministry would undertake the necessary checks, and
distribution.

General notes.

Specific duty rate of 50 crowns - or less per 100 kg means
gross weight unless otherwise indicated in this document.

Specific tariff rates higher than 50 crowns, - per 100 kg means a
net weight unless otherwise indicated in this document.

Schedule X - Czechoslovakia.

Part II.
+ --------------------------- + ------------------ ----- + ------------ +
| | | |
| item | | rate |
| Czechoslovakia | Designation of goods | CSK |
| Tariff | | |
| | | |
+ --------------------------- + ------------------ ----- + ------------ +
| | | |
| | PART II. | |
| | | |
| | Preferential Tariff. | |
| | | |
| | not | |
| | | |
+ --------------------------- + ------------------ ----- + ------------ +

(Translation.)


Příl.3

Protocol
About putting in interim efficacy of the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade

First Governments of the Commonwealth of Australia, the Kingdom of Belgium (for its parent
territory), French Republic (for their parent territory
Canada, the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, the Kingdom of the Netherlands (for its territory
parent), United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
(for their parent territory) and the United States agree with
subject to this Protocol shall be signed by all the above listed
governments at the latest on 15 November 1947, performs far from the day
first January 1948:

a) parts I and III of the General Agreement on Tariffs and trade

B) and Part II of this Agreement to the extent that it is consistent with applicable laws
.

Second On January 1, 1948 or later bring the above-mentioned governments
interim efficacy of the General Agreement under the conditions mentioned above
in other territories other than their parent territory, after 30 days from the date
day when the Secretary General of the United Nations receives the communication of their
decision to bring this Agreement into provisional effect in one or more of these
territory.

Third Any other Government which signs this Protocol shall
interim efficacy in the General Agreement manner aforesaid
on 1 January 1948 or later, 30 days after the date on which it was named
signed this Protocol.

Fourth This Protocol shall remain open for signature at United Nations Headquarters

A) to 15 November 1947 for any government named in paragraph 1
this Protocol which has not signed it today and

B) to June 30, 1948 under any other government, as a signatory
Final Act adopted at the conclusion of the Second Session of the Preparatory Committee for
United Nations Conference on Trade and Employment, and that it now
He signed it.

Fifth Any government that brought into force the Protocol will cease anytime
him to use them for effective upon the expiration of sixty days from the date
day when the Secretary General of the United Nations was delivered
written notice stating that the Government stops protocol to use them for.

6th The original of this Protocol shall be deposited with the Secretary General of the United Nations
which gives all interested governments
certified copies of the Protocol.

Whereof the respective representatives, having exchanged their full powers
found in good and due form, have signed this Protocol.

Done at Geneva in a single copy in the English and French languages,
both texts being equally authentic, this thirtieth day of October in the year one thousand nine hundred and forty-seventh
.

For the Kingdom of Belgium:
PA Forthomme

For Canada

LD Wildgress


The Grand Duchy of Luxembourg:

J. Sturm

For the Kingdom of the Netherlands:

AB Speekenbrink


For the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland:

TM Snow

For the United States:
Winthrop Brown


For the Commonwealth of Australia:
Herbert V. Evatt



New York 11/13/47
For the Republic Frenchwoman:

New York November 13, 1947
André Philip


The Republic of Cuba:

When signing the Protocol of the Republic of Cuba declares its intention to bring this
General Agreement on an interim efficacy starting from 1 January 1948
against all governments to bring in an interim efficacy against Cuba
same day.

Lake Success, 17 December 1947.

Uldarica Manas

For the Czechoslovak Republic:

New York, March 21, 1948.

Dr. Rudolph Courage

*) For imports into the breast of France and into the territory of the French Union.

*) Distribution of this percentage shall be effected by agreement between the governments of India and Pakistan
will be announced as soon as the Secretary-General of the United Nations
.