Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 110 Part 3.djvu/195

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PUBLIC LAW 104-188—AUG. 20, 1996 110 STAT. 1925 section with "respect to a quantity of an eligible article entered during any calendar year beginning after 1995, the aggregate appraised value of which exceeds 15 percent of the aggregate appraised value of all articles that have entered duty-free under this title during the preceding calendar year from those beneficiary developing countries which for the preceding calendar year— "(i) had a per capita gross national product (calculated on the basis of the best available information, including that of the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development) of $5,000 or more; or "(ii) had exported (either directly or indirectly) to the United States a quantity of articles that was duty- free under this title that had an aggregate appraised value of more than 10 percent of the aggregate appraised value of all articles that entered duty-free under this title during that year. "(C) CALCULATION OF LIMITATIONS. —There shall be counted against the limitations imposed under subparagraphs (A) and (B) for any calendar year only that value of any eligible article of any country that— "(i) entered duty-fi -ee under this title during such calendar year; and "(ii) is in excess of the value of that article that would have been so entered during such calendar year if the limitations under subsection (c)(2)(A) applied. "(5) EFFECTIVE PERIOD OF WAIVER.— Any waiver granted under this subsection shall remain in effect until the President determines that such waiver is no longer warranted due to changed circumstances. "(e) INTERNATIONAL TRADE COMMISSION ADVICE.— Before designating articles as eligible articles under subsection (a)(1), the President shall publish and furnish the International Trade Commission with lists of articles which may be considered for designation as eligible Eirticles for purposes of this title. The provisions of sections 131, 132, 133, and 134 shall be complied with as though action under section 501 and this section were action under section 123 to carry out a trade agreement entered into under section 123. "(f) SPECIAL RULE CONCERNING PUERTO RICO. —NO action under this title may affect any tariff duty imposed by the Legislature of Puerto Rico pursuant to section 319 of the Tariff Act of 1930 on coffee imported into Puerto Rico. 'SEC. 504. REVIEW AND REPORT TO CONGRESS. 19 USC 2464. "The President shall submit an annual report to the Congress President, on the status of internationaly recognized worker rights within each beneficiary developing country. "SEC. 505. DATE OF TERMINATION. 19 USC 2465. "No duty-free treatment provided under this title shall remain in effect after May 31, 1997. "SEC. 606. AGRICULTURAL EXPORTS OF BENEFICIARY DEVELOPING 19 USC 2466. COUNTRIES. "The appropriate agencies of the United States shall assist beneficiary developing countries to develop and implement meas-