2. (a) The minimum prices set in this article take into account, in particular, the current market situation, the milk prices charged by the contracting parties, the need to ensure a fair balance between the minimum prices set in the annex, the need to guarantee consumers fair prices and the opportunity to maintain a minimum yield for the most efficient producers in order to ensure long-term supply stability. 2. If the Commission notes, following an assessment of the situation and outlook of the global market referred to in paragraph 1, (a) that, for dairy products in general or for one or more products, a serious market imbalance or the risk of such an imbalance affecting or likely to affect international trade develops for dairy products in general or for one or more products, the Council, taking into account the situation of developing countries, will identify possible solutions that can be considered by governments. The Commission takes the necessary steps and sets out the terms of the information to be provided under Article III in order to enable the Committee to continuously review the situation and developments in the international market for the products covered by the Annex, and the conditions under which the provisions of the schedule are applied by the contracting parties, taking into account changes in international trade prices for each of the other dairy products affecting the trade in the products covered by the schedule. On 1 January 1995, IDA was placed under the aegis of the World Trade Organization. Its members included Argentina, Bulgaria, the European Union, Japan, New Zealand, Romania, Switzerland and Uruguay. The United States, which was among the original members, withdrew from the Organization in 1985 to protest against sales of butter and other basic dairy products by the European Union at prices below the minimum export prices charged by the Committee for Certain Dairy Products, which managed the agreement with the International Milk Council. In 1995, the International Milk Council suspended minimum prices for dairy products.
5. The denaturation or other adaptation of the dairy products covered in paragraph 1 for human consumption should not be reported to the relevant customs office at the regional level, since it is not amended more than ten days before the start of the procedure, simultaneously specifying the proportion of materials to be used, the manner, place and date of the procedure. On the basis of this notification, the denaturation is verified by the customs office on the company premises. – to increasingly increase and liberalise world trade in dairy products in as stable a market conditions as possible, based on mutual benefits for exporting and importing countries; Decision 94/800/EC on the conclusion, on behalf of the EU, of the agreements concluded in the multilateral negotiations of the Uruguay Round (1986-1994) – aspects related to trade in goods (a) an assessment of the situation and prospects of the global dairy market; on the basis of a status report prepared by the secretariat, accompanied by documents provided by the parties pursuant to Article III, information resulting from the application of the annex of this agreement concerning certain dairy products (hereafter referred to as the annex) and any other information available to the secretariat; There are several reasons why the United States