The governments of Israel and the United States of America (contracting parties) establish a free trade area between them in accordance with Article XXIV, paragraph 8, paragraph b), the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT) and, in accordance with the provisions of this agreement, will eliminate tariffs and other restrictive rules governing trade between the two countries of products originating from those countries. One of the fundamental objectives of the agreement is to remove trade barriers and other non-tariff barriers, including the removal of export subsidies. To achieve these goals, I am honored to propose the following agreement from the Government of Israel on important programs containing or containing elements of export subsidies. c. Review the results of this agreement, the experience gained in its work and the objectives set out in it, and the consideration of opportunities to improve trade relations between the parties, including possible improvements to this agreement. The adoption of amendments is subject to the national legislation of both parties; 1. a. Before taking commercial action on products traded between the parties, one party communicates them to the other party as much as possible in advance. The notice contains a description of the circumstances that lead to the proposed measure.b. Before a party commits to unilaterally or by mutual agreement measures to reduce trade barriers for third countries, including those with which that party intends to adopt a customs union, a free trade area, a border trade regime or those to which that party intends to unilaterally grant trade concessions, it notifies in advance , if possible, the other party in writing to the other party.

E. The proceeding is trying to resolve the dispute in agreement with the parties. Within three months of the appointment of the first member, if the body fails to pass such a resolution, it submits to the parties a report containing factual findings, if one of the parties has failed to meet its obligations under the agreement, or if a measure taken by either party significantly distorts the commercial benefits of this agreement or significantly compromises the fundamental objectives of that agreement. or seriously undermines the fundamental objectives of this agreement. , and a proposal to settle the dispute. The panel`s report is not binding. 7. The parties agree to consider, without delay, within the framework of the joint committee established by this agreement, new measures to liberalise trade, both in the area of public procurement and in the area of compensation needs. In particular, it was agreed that if the coverage of the agreement on public procurement is extended, the extension of this agreement to these purchases will be considered as a priority. 3.

In order to ensure a harmonious development of agricultural trade, the Joint Committee, in accordance with Article 17, paragraph 3, paragraph b), sets up a working group which, at the request of one of the contracting parties, is responsible for examining the issues relating to paragraphs 1 and 2 of this article.