The most important thing that negotiators should keep in mind is that each free trade agreement is different and therefore requires different characteristics. For example, a free trade agreement between the North and the South should have a different dispute settlement mechanism than a free trade agreement between the South and the South. In fact, funding in a free trade agreement between the North and the South may not be a problem, but a balance of power could do so. In the meantime, freease or impartiality funding could be a problem in the south of the South, while efficiency over time may be less relevant. It is therefore essential that negotiators not only examine the state of the DSM technique, but ensure that the specific conditions of the parties are also taken into account in the DSM chapter. Pending such a solution to the situation, the EU is preparing emergency measures that will apply as long as appointments remain blocked – so-called “interim arbitration arrangements”. The interim system would maintain the resolution of disputes in two stages through arbitration procedures in accordance with Article 25 of the DSU and prevent the blocking of disputes. The EU has such agreements with Canada and Norway. At the Doha Ministerial Conference in 2001, WTO members agreed to negotiate the improvement and clarification of the DSU – the rules and procedures governing dispute settlement in the WTO. Since there are inevitably disputes over the scope, nature and interpretation of the agreement, a DSM is necessary to resolve conflicts. MSDs help maintain sympathy between Member States and avoid unresolved disputes that could reduce the performance of the free trade agreement. In addition, most of the benefits of an integration platform stem from non-tariff obligations, which must be guaranteed by clarifications and implementation measures through clarifications and implementation measures, in order to generate profits. Free trade agreements therefore generally contain a number of mechanisms that include elements of respect, enforcement and dispute resolution.
[ii] While no dispute is expected, the rules for implementing a free trade agreement strengthen government obligations, make their promises more credible, and indicate that the Free Trade Agreement is a strong platform for investments that will create jobs and economic growth. [i] European Commission, Dispute Settlement in ec.europa.eu/trade/policy/accessing-markets/dispute-settlement/ Since 11 December 2019, the blocking of new appointments to the WTO appeal body has lost the ability to provide binding settlement of trade disputes and guarantee the right of review.