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Schedule 8 Of Revision 3 Of The 1958 Agreement

Schedule 8 Of Revision 3 Of The 1958 Agreement

(e) an agreement to meet the requirements for the designation and other obligations of the technical service as applicable in the relevant United Nations regulations for which it has been designated; Commission Staff Working Document SWD (2014) 178 final of 28 May 2014 entitled “Progress report on the activities of the World Forum for Harmonisation of Vehicle Laws in 2013” provides that, if the issue of raising the majority threshold is resolved positively, the chances of attracting new EU partners such as India as new Contracting Parties, China, ASEAN countries and even Brazil would be much higher. The CARS 2020 Action Plan also recognises that the acceptance by the EU`s trading partners of internationally harmonised vehicle rules introduced under the 1958 Agreement is the best way to eliminate non-tariff barriers and that the attractiveness of the 1958 Agreement should therefore be enhanced. After assessing the proposals for the revision of the Agreement, including the requirement to increase the majority threshold to four-fifths, it can be concluded, in the light of the above, that they meet the objectives of making the Agreement more attractive to third countries while enhancing its effectiveness and reliability. (5) WP.29 took over its 162. The March 2014 Meeting took note of the proposals for revision 3 of the 1958 Agreement prepared by the informal group and invited the parties to the convention to adopt their national procedures for examining proposals to amend the agreement. 2.As after the entry into force of the 1958 Agreement and notwithstanding the fact that the provisions on approval marks in each version of the UN Regulation have provided for a different type, the manufacturer shall, on request, affix an approval mark in accordance with the provisions of the applicable UN Regulation, using, however, the first two paragraphs of Section 2 and the paragraphs of Section 3 of the approval number; that appear in this diagram as an authorization. number for each bicycle vehicle, any equipment or part for which a new authorisation has been issued or for which those authorisations have been renewed. However, this provision does not apply where a UN Regulation provides for the use of an approval code or an identification code in the approval mark instead of an approval number. The leader zeros in section 3 can be omitted.

(c) in the absence of an agreement, the parties concerned shall request a further review through the arbitration procedure referred to in paragraph 3. (b) In the event of an agreement requiring a new or different interpretation of existing practice (by a Contracting Party), it shall be immediately communicated to the other Contracting Parties applying the Relevant United Nations regime. The other parties have fourteen days to comment on the decision, allowing the approval authorities to issue UN type-approvals in accordance with the new interpretation, taking into account the comments received. The World Forum for Harmonization of Vehicle Regulations is a working group (WP.29)[1] of the Sustainable Transport Division of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE).


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