Article Comparison - International Cocoa Agreement
1. In order to promote market transparency, the Organization shall maintain up to-date information on Members’ grindings, consumption, production, exports (including re-exports) and imports of cocoa and cocoa products and stocks. For this purpose, insofar as possible, Members shall provide the Executive Director with the relevant statistics within a reasonable time and in as detailed and accurate a manner as is practicable.
2. If a Member fails to supply, or finds difficulty in supplying, within a reasonable time, statistical information required by the Council for the proper functioning of the Organization, the Council may require the Member concerned to explain the reasons for non-compliance. If it is found that assistance is needed in the matter, the Council may offer the necessary measures of support to overcome existing difficulties.
3. The Council shall take such additional measures as it deems necessary to deal with non-compliance with the provisions of this article.
4. The Council shall make appropriate arrangements for the regular collection of other information that it considers relevant for the monitoring of market developments and assessing current and potential cocoa production and consumption capacity.