13. During the first stage of this agreement (from the effective date of the WTO agreement until the 36th month in which it is in force, including), the level of any restrictions under the bilateral MfAB agreements, in effect for the 12-month period prior to the entry into force of the WTO agreement , is increased each year by less than the growth rate set for these restrictions. 16%. 3. If the 12-month period to be notified under paragraph 1 does not coincide with the 12-month period prior to the entry into force of the WTO agreement, the members concerned should agree on provisions to bring the time limit of the restrictions into line with the contractual year (2) and to define the notional principles of those restrictions in order to implement the provisions of this article. Concerned members agreed to consult immediately, upon request, to reach such an agreement. These agreements are taken into account, among other things, by the seasonal models of recent years. The results of these consultations are communicated to the TMB, which makes recommendations it deems appropriate for the members concerned. (a) exports of hand-made fabric fabrics from the steel industry or artisanal products from the steel industry from these hand fabrics or from traditional handmade textile and clothing products from Member States, provided these products are properly certified in accordance with the agreements reached between the members concerned; (c) for wool products originating in developing wool countries, their economy and the textile and clothing trade depend on the wool sector, whose total exports of textiles and clothing are almost exclusively made up of wool and whose volume of textile and clothing sales is relatively low in the markets of importing members. , the export needs of these members are the subject of particular attention when considering the number of quotas. growth rate and flexibility; From 1974 to 1994, the Multifibre Agreement (MFA) regulated world trade in textiles and clothing and imposed quotas for the amount that developing countries were able to export to industrialized countries. Its successor, the Textiles and Clothing Agreement (ATC), expired on 1 January 2005.
2. Members agreed to use the provisions of Article 2, paragraph 18, and Article 6, paragraph b, paragraph 6, point b), so that small suppliers have tangible access opportunities and to develop economically important business opportunities for new entrants to the textile and clothing sector. (1) 16.