15.4 No later than the end of the third year following the entry into force of the WTO Agreement and at the end of each three-year period therefor, the Committee shall review the operation and implementation of this Agreement, including the transparency provisions, with a view to recommending an adaptation of the rights and obligations of this Agreement in order to ensure, if necessary, a reciprocal economic advantage and a balance between rights and obligations – unbalanced – t of Article 12. Taking into account, inter alia, the experience gained in the implementation of the Agreement, the Committee shall, where appropriate, submit to the Council for Trade in Goods proposals to amend the text of this Agreement. 3. Citizens of the parties to the dispute may not work in a technical group of experts without the common agreement of the parties to the dispute, unless, in exceptional cases, the body considers that the need for specialized scientific expertise cannot be met in any other way. Government officials of the parties to the dispute may not call upon a technical panel of experts. Members of technical expert panels are in their individual capacity and are not representatives of the government or representatives of any organization. Governments or organizations cannot therefore give them instructions on matters before a technical group of experts. 10.7 Where a Member has concluded an agreement with another country or countries on matters related to technical regulations, standards or conformity assessment procedures that may have a significant impact on trade, at least one Member of the Contracting Party, through the Secretariat, shall communicate to other Members the products to be covered by the Agreement and provide a brief description of the Agreement. The Members concerned shall be invited, upon request, to enter into consultations with other Members with a view to concluding similar agreements or organising their participation in such agreements. 6.3 Members are encouraged to be prepared, at the request of other members, to enter into negotiations with a view to concluding agreements on the mutual recognition of the results of each other`s conformity assessment procedures.
Members may require that such agreements fulfil the criteria set out in paragraph 1 and satisfy each other as to their potential to facilitate trade in the products concerned. 10.8.1 the publication of texts that are not in the language of the member; 1.1 General concepts of standardisation and conformity assessment procedures are generally of the importance which they have given to definitions adopted within the United Nations system and by international standardisation bodies, taking into account their context and in the light of the objective and purpose of this Convention.