7.9 In the event that the member has not taken appropriate measures to eliminate the negative effects of the grant or to withdraw the subsidy within six months of the adoption of the panel`s report or the appellate body`s report, the DSB gives the complaining member permission to take action. , depending on the degree and nature of the adverse effects, unless the DSB agrees to reject the application. 5.26 According to Canada, the usual rules of interpretation of international law require that interpretation reflect the usual meaning of the words used in the context and with respect to the purpose and purpose of the agreement in question (points 5.1 to 5.4). Similarly, with respect to the interpretation and analysis of the relevant provisions of an international agreement, Canada believes that the interpreter must ensure that the solution of any ambiguities does not disturb the „carefully drawn balance of members` rights and obligations“ 8.4 At the request of a member, the secretariat reviews a notification made in accordance with paragraph 3 and may, if necessary, , ask the member for additional information about the program notified for examination. The secretariat reports its findings to the Committee. On request, the Committee immediately reviews the secretariat`s findings (or, if a review has not been requested by the secretariat, the notification itself) to verify that the conditions and criteria set out in paragraph 2 are not being met. The procedure in this paragraph is completed no later than the first regular meeting of the committee after notification of a grant program, provided that at least two months have elapsed between that notification and the regular meeting of the committee. The review procedure described in this paragraph also applies, upon request, to substantial changes to a program notified in the annual updates covered in paragraph 3. (ii) the region is considered disadvantaged on the basis of neutral and objective criteria (32), indicating that the region`s difficulties are the result of more than temporary circumstances; These criteria must be clearly defined in law, regulation or other official documents so that they can be verified; 5.36 Canada argues, therefore, that Brazil implicitly asserts that there would be more distortions in the international economy if a government demanded reimbursement of research and development contributions than if those contributions were made without waiting for reimbursement or reimbursement.