Annex IV: Exceptions from Most-Favored-Nation Treatment

Schedule of Canada 
Schedule of Mexico 
Schedule of the United States


 

Schedule of Canada

Canada takes an exception to Article 1103 for treatment accorded under all bilateral or multilateral international agreements in force or signed prior to the date of entry into force of this Agreement.

For international agreements in force or signed after the date of entry into force of this Agreement, Canada takes an exception to Article 1103 for treatment accorded under those agreements involving:

    (a) aviation;

    (b) fisheries;

    (c) maritime matters, including salvage; or

    (d) telecommunications transport networks and telecommunications transport services (this exception does not apply to measures covered by Chapter Thirteen (Telecommunications)).

With respect to state measures not yet set out in Annex I pursuant to Article 1108(2), Canada takes an exception to Article 1103 for international agreements signed within two years of the date of entry into force of this Agreement.

For greater certainty, Article 1103 does not apply to any current or future foreign aid program to promote economic development, such as those governed by the Energy Economic Cooperation Program with Central America and the Caribbean (Pacto de San José) and the OECD Agreement on Export Credits.

 

Schedule of Mexico

Mexico takes an exception to Article 1103 for treatment accorded under all bilateral or multilateral international agreements in force or signed prior to the date of entry into force of this Agreement.

For international agreements in force or signed after the date of entry into force of this Agreement, Mexico takes an exception to Article 1103 for treatment accorded under those agreements involving:

    (a) aviation;

    (b) fisheries;

    (c) maritime matters, including salvage; or

    (d) telecommunications transport networks and telecomunications transport services (this exception does not apply to measures covered by Chapter Thirteen (Telecommunications) or to the production, sale or licensing of radio or television programming).

With respect to state measures not yet set out in Annex I pursuant Article 1108(2), Mexico takes an exception to Article 1103 for international agreements signed within two years of the date of entry into force of this Agreement.

For greater certainty, Article 1103 does not apply to any current or future foreign aid programs to promote economic development, such as those governed by the Energy Economic Cooperation Program with Central America and the Caribbean (Pacto de San José) and the OECD Agreement on Export Credits.

 

Schedule of the United States

The United States takes an exception to Article 1103 for treatment accorded under all bilateral or multilateral international agreements in force or signed prior to the date of entry into force of this Agreement.

For international agreements in force or signed after the date of entry into force of this Agreement, the United States takes an exception to Article 1103 for treatment accorded under those agreements involving:

    (a) aviation;

    (b) fisheries;

    (c) maritime matters, including salvage; or

    (d) telecommunications transport networks and telecommunications transport services (this exception does not apply to measures covered by Chapter Thirteen (Telecommunications) or the production, sale or licensing of radio or television programming).

With respect to state measures not yet set out in Annex I pursuant to Article 1108(2), the United States takes an exception to Article 1103 for international agreements signed within two years of the date of entry into force of this Agreement.

For greater certainty, Article 1103 does not apply to any current or future foreign aid program to promote economic development, such as those governed by the Energy Economic Cooperation Program with Central America and the Caribbean (Pacto de San José) and the OECD Agreement on Export Credits.