South Africa
Schedule XVIII (18)

11 WTO Procedures
  • 10 under 1980 Procedures
  • 1 Initial HS transposition
Status of 1980 Procedures
9
certified
1
under 3-month period
0
under domestic procedures
0
under reservations
0
withdrawn

All procedures and legal instruments

Procedure Last date Sort ascending Type Status Certifications Download
Secret/277 Pre-WTO>Article XXVIII Concluded
Secret/253 Pre-WTO>Article XXVIII Concluded
Secret/292 Pre-WTO>Article XXVIII Concluded
Secret/233 Pre-WTO>Article XXVIII Concluded
Secret/271 Pre-WTO>Article XXVIII Concluded
Secret/315 Pre-WTO>Article XXVIII Concluded
Secret/248 Pre-WTO>Article XXVIII Concluded
Secret/287 Pre-WTO>Article XXVIII Concluded
Secret/264 Pre-WTO>Article XXVIII Concluded
Secret/303 Pre-WTO>Article XXVIII Concluded

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Additional information

  • At the meeting of the Committee on Market Access that took place on 2 May 2017, the representative of South Africa noted that all its pre-UR renegotiations should be considered to be concluded, as provided by Paragraph 7 of the Marrakesh Protocol to the GATT 1994, which acknowledges that special procedures had been followed by South Africa and three other members during the Uruguay Round.  See G/MA/M/65, para. 92
  • During the Uruguay Round, South Africa followed special procedures to modify concessions in its GATT Schedule that are deemed to have taken place under Article XXVIII of the GATT.  See paragraph 7 of the Marrakesh Protocol to the GATT 1994.