5 This article does not address the question of whether mutual recognition in a regional trade agreement falls within the gaTT Article XXIV exemption, although leading scientists believe that most of these recognition agreements are not covered by the exception. See General Trachtman, Joel P., `Toward Open Recognition? Standardization and regional integration in accordance with GATT Article XXIV, 6 Journal of International Economic Law (2003) 459 CrossRefGoogle Scholar; Bartels, Lorand, “The Legality of the EC Mutual Recognition Clause under WTO Law,” 8 Journal of International Economic Law (2005) 691, at 711-714 CrossRefGoogle Scholar. There are other examples of mutual recognition of the rules, including the EU-US marine equipment regime of 2004, the Trans-Tasman Mutual Recognition Arrangement between Australia and New Zealand (TTMRA) in 1998 and the EU-Switzerland MRA of 2002. If the EU refuses to negotiate a similar mutual recognition system with the UK, the obligation of the most favoured nation (MFN) under WTO law may be contrary to the obligation of the most favoured nation (MFN). The MFN is a non-discrimination rule that requires that any benefit granted to products originating in one country be granted to similar products originating in other countries. However, recent free trade agreements indicate a change in approach and acceptance of “traditional” MMAs. For example, Article 4.6 and Article 7.21, paragraph 4, of the EU-Korea Free Trade Agreement provide for the negotiation of mutual recognition of the assessment of the compliance of goods and services. A traditional MRA is a mutual recognition agreement for “compliance assessment.” 96 This is sometimes referred to as “closed” mutual recognition. See James Mathis, “Addressing Transatlantic Regulatory Barriers: Can the US and the EU Create an Effective Equivalency Instrument?”, in Elaine Fahey and Deirdre Curtin (note. M), A Transatlantic Community of Law: Legal Perspectives on the Relationship between the EU and LEGAL Orders (2014) 186, at Note 38; Trachtman, supra note 5, at 459, 481. 84 Member C may also argue that its technical requirements are equivalent to The Technical Requirements of Member A and require recognition in accordance with Article 2.7 OBT.
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