Information Technology Agreement

Information Technology Agreement
Effective 1 July 1997
Depositary World Trade Organisation
Information Technology Agreement parties[1]

The Information Technology Agreement (ITA) is an agreement enforced by the

  • Information Technology Agreement
  • ITA Schedules of Concessions
  • "Ministerial Declaration on Trade in Information Technology Products" (PDF). Singapore: World Trade Organization. 13 December 1996. Retrieved 4 August 2010.  (the text of the declaration)
  • "Council for Trade in Goods - Implementation of the Ministerial Declaration on Trade in Information Technology Products" (WPF.ZIP or WPF.EXE). World Trade G/L/160 doc#97-1356; G/L/160/Add.1 doc#97-1935; G/L/160/Add.2 doc#97-3676. World Trade Organization. 2 April 1997; 5 May 1997; 17 September 1997. Retrieved 4 August 2010.  (the text of the implementation with two "Note[s] by the Secretariat")

External links

  1. ^ INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY: SCHEDULES OF CONCESSIONS
  2. ^ a b "Information Technology Agreement — introduction". World Trade Organization. Retrieved 4 August 2010. 

References

The aim of the treaty is to lower all taxes and tariffs on information technology products by signatories to zero.[2]

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