4.11 If a Member other than the Consultative Members considers that it has a significant commercial interest in participating in consultations under Article XXII(1) of the GATT, Article XXII(1) of the GATS Agreement or the corresponding provisions in other covered agreements, the Member may notify the Advisory Members and the DSB within ten days of the circulation of the request for consultation in accordance with that Agreement. article; their desire to be involved in consultations. That member will participate in the consultations, provided that the member to whom the request for consultation has been addressed accepts that this allegation is of considerable interest. In this case, they teach DSB here. If the request to participate in consultations is not accepted, the requesting Member shall be free to request consultations under Article XXII(1) or XXIII(1) of the GATT, Article XXII(1) or XXIII(1) of the GATS Agreement or the corresponding provisions in other covered agreements. 3.11 This Agreement shall apply only to new requests for consultation under the consultation provisions of covered agreements entered into on or after the date of entry into force of this Agreement. Disputes in respect of which the request for consultation under GATT 1947 or another previous agreement of the agreements covered before the date of entry into force of this Agreement shall continue to apply to the relevant dispute settlement rules and procedures which were in force immediately before the entry into force of this Agreement. The growth of international trade has given rise to a complex and ever-increasing primary law, including international treaties and agreements, domestic legislation and jurisprudence on the settlement of trade disputes. This research guide focuses primarily on the multilateral trading system managed by the World Trade Organization. It also contains information on regional and bilateral trade agreements, particularly those to which the United States is a party. 22.8 The suspension of concessions or other obligations shall be temporary and shall be applied only until the measure which is found to be inconsistent with a covered agreement has been annulled or the Member which is to implement recommendations or decisions resolves the cancellation or impairment of benefits or a satisfactory solution is found for both parties. In accordance with paragraph 21.6, the SSD shall continue to monitor the implementation of adopted recommendations or decisions, including cases where compensation or concessions or other commitments have been suspended, but recommendations to adapt a measure to the covered agreements have not been implemented. .