Cooperation Agreement In English

To this effect, the Republic of Moldova, to my knowledge, does not adopt, during the period between the date of initialling of this Agreement and the entry into force of the relevant articles on the formation of companies, measures or regulations discriminating against Companies of the Community against Moldovan companies or companies of third countries with regard to the situation existing at the time of the initialling of this agreement, or This is the first time we`ve done things. (1) Taking into account the respective competences and competences of the Community and the Member States, cooperation aims to create a favourable investment climate in Switzerland and abroad, in particular by improving the conditions for investment protection, capital transfer and exchange of information on investment opportunities. No export duty shall be imposed on products delivered under offsetting agreements and intergovernmental agreements within the limits set by 13 agreements. 2. In the field of employment, cooperation shall include technical assistance in the following areas: (3) Cooperation covered by this Article shall be implemented in accordance with specific agreements to be negotiated and concluded in accordance with the procedures established by each Party and laying down, inter alia, appropriate provisions concerning regressions and regressions in the field of intellectual property rights. From the entry into force of this Agreement, the Republic of Moldova shall accord to companies and nationals of the Community treatment which is no less favourable than the treatment it accords to a third country under bilateral agreements on the recognition and protection of intellectual property, industrial and commercial. 1. The Parties shall encourage cooperation in the field of civil science research and development (RTD) on the basis of mutual interest and taking into account the availability of resources, adequate access to their respective programmes and subject to an appropriate level of effective protection of intellectual, industrial and commercial property (IPR) rights. Within their respective competences and competences, the Parties shall cooperate with a view to increasing the effectiveness and effectiveness of policies and measures to combat the illicit production, supply and trafficking of narcotic drugs and psychotropic substances, including the prevention of the diversion of precursor chemicals, and to promote demand for drugs. . . .