AG/RES. 1914 (XXXIII-O/03)
FREE TRADE AND INVESTMENT IN THE HEMISPHERE
(Resolution adopted at the fourth plenary session, held on June 10, 2003)
THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY,
RECALLING resolution AG/RES. 1364 (XXVI-O/96), “Free Trade and Investment in the Hemisphere,” in which the Inter-American Juridical Committee was instructed to conduct a study on the matter;
RECOGNIZING the opinion of the Inter-American Juridical Committee (CJI/RES. II-14/96), in which the Committee unanimously concluded that “the bases and potential application of the legislation which is the subject of this Opinion,” in the important areas referred to above, “are not in conformity with international law”;
TAKING INTO ACCOUNT resolutions AG/RES. 1447 (XXVII-O/97), AG/RES. 1532 (XXVIII-O/98), AG/RES. 1614 (XXIX-O/99), AG/RES. 1700 (XXX-O/00), AG/RES. 1826 (XXXI-O/01), and AG/RES. 1884 (XXXII-O/02); and
HAVING SEEN the report of the Permanent Council on free trade and investment in the Hemisphere (CP/doc.3743/03),
1. To take note of the report of the Permanent Council on free trade and investment in the Hemisphere, presented pursuant to resolution AG/RES. 1884 (XXXII-O/02).
2. To request the Permanent Council to report to the General Assembly at its thirty-fourth regular session on developments in this regard.