DISPUTE SETTLEMENT

DS: European Communities — Duties on Imports of Cereals

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Consultations

Complaint by Canada.

Canada requested consultations with the EC on 10 July 1995 concerning EC regulations implementing some of the EC’s Uruguay Round concessions on agriculture, specifically, regulations which impose a duty on wheat imports based on reference prices rather than transaction values, with the result that the duty-paid import price for Canadian wheat will be greater than the effective intervention price increased by 55% whenever the transaction value is greater than the representative price.

 

Panel and Appellate Body proceedings

A panel was established at the DSB meeting on 11 October 1995. This panel has not yet been composed.

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