If, within thirty days, the consultations referred to in Article 12(3) have not reached an agreement, the exporting Members concerned shall be free to suspend, no later than 90 days after the application of the measure, after the expiry of thirty days from the date on which written notification of such suspension was received by the Council for Trade in Goods; the application of substantially equivalent concessions or other obligations under GATT 1994 to the trade of the member applying the safeguard measure, the suspension of which the Council for Trade in Goods does not view with a negative eye. (b) In addition, a Member may not seek, not take or maintain voluntary export restrictions, orderly marketing regimes or other similar measures on the export or import side. (3), (4) These include measures taken by a single Member and measures under agreements, agreements and agreements concluded by two or more Members. . . .