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In order to achieve the objectives set out in Article 1, the Council can assist both scientific research and development in the sugar sector and the dissemination of the results obtained in this area. To this end, the Council may cooperate with international organizations and research institutes, unless the Council is subject to additional financial obligations. 3. The status, privileges and immunities of the organisation on the territory of the United Kingdom remain subject to the siege agreement signed in London on 29 May 1969 between the Government of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and the National Sugar Organization, the necessary changes to the proper functioning of this agreement. (c) analysis of sugar demand, including the effects of the use of natural and artificial sugar substitutes on the global sugar trade and sugar consumption; 2. The Committee continuously reviews issues relating to the global sugar and other sweeteners economy and informs members of the results of its deliberations, which it usually meets twice a year. He checked. the committee takes into account all relevant information collected by the organization in accordance with Article 32. Members take due account of environmental aspects at all stages of sugar production. (c) facilitate trade by collecting and providing information on the global sugar and other sweetener market; (a) that it concludes an agreement with the Organization as soon as possible in accordance with paragraph 4 of this article; To the extent that no other tax regime is implemented under the agreement in paragraph 4 of this article and, until the conclusion of the agreement, the new host member is implemented; 1.

The Council may consider the possibility of negotiating a new international sugar agreement, including a possible economic agreement, report to members and make recommendations, as it sees fit. Members ensure that fair labour standards are met in their respective sugar industries and strive, as far as possible, to improve the standard of living of agricultural and industrial workers in the various sugar production sectors as well as sugar cane and sugar beet producers. 2. Members undertake to provide, within the time frame prescribed by the internal regulations, all available statistics and information that may be mentioned in these provisions as necessary to enable the organization to carry out its functions under this agreement. If necessary, the organization will use the relevant information it has from other sources. The organization does not publish information that could be used to identify the activities of individuals or companies that produce, process or market sugar. (d) promote increased demand for sugar, especially for non-traditional uses. 1. The organization serves as a centre for the collection and publication of statistical information and studies on world production, prices, exports and imports, consumption and stocks of sugar (raw and refined sugars, if any) and other sweeteners, as well as taxes on sugar and other sweeteners. 2. The Council may inform the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development of its activities and work programmes, taking into account the special role of the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development in international trade in goods.