1. Each party grants temporary duty-free admission to: (i) take any other measures that will assist the contracting parties in implementing this chapter and the OBT agreement and facilitating exchanges between them. The parties are strengthening their joint work in the area of standards, technical regulations and compliance assessment procedures to facilitate access to other markets. In particular, the parties seek to identify bilateral trade-enhancing initiatives with respect to standards, technical regulations and compliance assessment procedures that are appropriate for specific issues or sectors. These initiatives may include regulatory cooperation, such as aligning with international standards and using accreditations for compliance assessment agencies. B for example. 3. At the request of one of the contracting parties, the parties consult to consider expediting the removal of Schedule IV rights. An agreement between the contracting parties to expedite the removal of a trademark tariff replaces all categories of tariffs or stagings set for these products in accordance with their Schedule IV lists, when approved by each contracting party in accordance with its current legislation. Cross-border trade in services or provision of services: 1. This chapter applies to measures adopted or maintained by one of the parties that affect cross-border trade in services by service providers of the other party. These measures include: (d) payments made under a contract, including a loan agreement; Morocco joins Israel and Jordan as the third national state in North Africa/Middle East to have signed a free trade agreement with the United States.  This agreement was a positive step towards President Bush`s Middle East free trade initiative in May 2003.
 6. The United States removes tariffs on original textile or clothing products that, after the effective date of this agreement, are designated as items that can be processed duty-free under the U.S. system of generalized preferences from the date of that designation. 1. This chapter applies to all central government standards, technical regulations and compliance assessment procedures that may have a direct or indirect impact on the exchange of goods between the contracting parties. 1. The parties share the objective of multilateral abolition of agricultural export subsidies and work together to establish a WTO agreement to eliminate these subsidies and prevent their reintroduction in any form. 3. A contracting party is not in a position to offer compensatory adjustments if the parties agree that the proposed amendment includes a purchase entity over which the party has effectively eliminated its control or influence.
If the parties do not agree that state control or influence has been effectively eliminated, the contested party may request new information or consultations to clarify the nature of state control or influence and to reach agreement on which entities continue to be dealt with in this chapter.