CONDITIONS FOR APPLYING PRECAUTIONARY PRINCIPLE UNDER THE AGREEMENT ON THE APPLICATION OF SANITARY AND PHYTOSANITARY MEASURES

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Precautionary Principle originally derived from environmental law.    It is a principle that aims to protect the environment from dangers which are potentially damage the environment in the future. Due to possible dangers may occur which can be effect severely. Thus, to prevent such dangers, each country may specify measures for preventing these danger or damage as provisionally: Provisional Measures, although at the time, there was no scientific proof to support specifying measures were insufficient. Then, the concept was grown that these principles should be applied with specifying sanitary measures to protect consumers to be safety from risky food which dangerous as well. But the perspectives on safe terms are different, there are often problems in interpretation on Precautionary Principle. It makes WTO have to interpret and define conditions more clearly to be a norm to consist with the changing circumstances

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