106 STAT. 1454 PUBLIC LAW 102-383 —OCT. 5, 1992 (2) other matters, including developments related to the change in the exercise of sovereignty over Hong Kong, affecting United States interests in Hong Kong or United States relations with Hong Kong; (3) the nature and extent of United States-Hong Kong cultural, education, scientific, and academic exchanges, hoth official and unofficial; (4) the laws of the United States with respect to which the application of section 201(a) has been suspended pursuant to section 202(a) or with respect to which such a suspension has been terminated pursuant to section 202(d), and the reasons for the suspension or termination, as the case may be; (5) treaties and other international agreements with respect to which the President has made a determination described in the last sentence of section 201(b), and the reasons for each such determination; (6) significant problems in cooperation between Hong Kong and the United States in the area of export controls; (7) the development of democratic institutions in Hong Kong; and (8) the nature and extent of Hong Kong's participation in multilateral forums. 22 USC 5732. SEC. 302. SEPARATE PART OF COUNTRY REPORTS. Whenever a report is transmitted to the Congress on a country- by-country basis there shall be included in such report, where applicable, a separate subreport on Hong Kong under the heading of the state that exercises sovereignty over Hong Kong. The reports to which this section applies include the reports transmitted under— (1) sections 116(d) and 502B(b) of the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961 (relating to human rights); (2) section 181 of the Trade Act of 1974 (relating to trade (3) section 2202 of the Export Enhancement Act of 1988 (relating to economic policy and trade practices). Approved October 5, 1992. LEGISLATIVE HISTORY—S. 1731: CONGRESSIONAL RECORD, Vol. 138 (1992): May 21, considered and passed Senate. Aug. 11, considered and passed Hotise, amended. Sept. 17, Senate concurred in House amendments.
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