Schedule I (1)

10 WTO Procedures
  • 8 under 1980 Procedures
  • 2 Initial HS transpositions
Status of 1980 Procedures
under 3-month period
under domestic procedures
under reservations

All procedures and legal instruments

Procedure Last date Sort ascending Type Status Certifications Download
L/6222/Add.5 26.11.1987
Initiated on: 26.11.1987 Last updated on: 26.11.1987
Pre-WTO>HS Concluded
G/HS/87/2-Australia 05.10.1987
Initiated on: 05.10.1987 Last updated on: 05.10.1987
Pre-WTO>HS Certified Self-certified
Secret/302 11.04.1985
Initiated on: 19.09.1983 Last updated on: 11.04.1985
Pre-WTO>Article XXVIII Unknown status
Secret/309 03.10.1984
Initiated on: 05.04.1984 Last updated on: 03.10.1984
Pre-WTO>Article XXVIII Unknown status
Secret/285 23.08.1982
Initiated on: 08.02.1982 Last updated on: 23.08.1982
Pre-WTO>Article XXVIII Unknown status

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Additional information

Pre-UR: -L/6222/Add.5 was included in G/HS/87_Australia UR: -G/SECRET/HS02/AUS/1 was replaced by G/MA/TAR/RS/154 -G/SP/1 and G/SP/8 were approved with the intention to incorporate in a Supplementary Marrakesh Protocol which did not come into being. These were certified in WT/LET/528. -G/MA/TAR/RS/85 has not been certified at the request of Australia.