Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 111 Part 3.djvu/704

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Ill STAT. 2792 PROCLAMATION 6943—OCT. 17, 1996 Annex IV (continued) Effective with respect to articles both: (1) Imported on or after January 1. 1976. and (11) entered, or withdrawn from warehouse for consumption, on or after October 1. 1996. (con.) Section B. Modifications to general note 4 of the HTS. (con.) (3). General note 4(d) Is modified by: (con.) (a). deleting the following HTS provisions and the countries set out opposite such provisions: (con.) 2516 4104 4202 4412 4412 4412 4412 4421 4823 5607 5609 6501 7002 7109 7113 7114 7308 7319 7407 7603 90 31 22 19 19 92 99 90 90 30 00 00 10 00 20 19 20 20 29 10 00 20 35 30 40 40 45 10 20 20 20 60 20 00 21 00 00 00 15 00 South Africa Thailand Philippines Russia Indonesia Indonesia Indonesia Honduras Philippines Philippines Philippines Czech Republic Malaysia Chile Oman Chile Brazil Malaysia Chile Bahrain 7614 8107 8112 8213 8402 8414 8450 8483 8519 8528 8528 8528 8802 9102 9303 9401 9606 9614 9614 90 90 91 00 20 90 90 50 31 12 21 30 60 29 90 90 29 20 .20 50 00 50 60 00 30 40 40 00 04 05 10 90 04 80 15 20 60 80 Venezuela Bulgaria Chile Brazil Colombia Slovenia Brazil Malaysia Malaysia Hungary Hungary Hungary Russia Philippines Russia Czech Republic Thailand Turkey Turkey (b). deleting the countries set out opposite the following HTS subheadings: 1701 1701 2804 2805 2825 2825 2840 2843 2903 2903 2907 99 99 29 40 30 70 11 21 14 23 15 05 10 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 10 Colombia Colombia Ukraine Russia South Africa Chile Turkey Chile Brazil Brazil Russia 2910.20.00 2915.34.00 2915.35.00 2917.14.10 2917.37.00 2933.40.08 2938.10.00 7202.21.10 7403.12.00 Brazil Venezuela Venezuela Brazil Romania Hungary Brazil Macedonia, Former Yugoslav Republic of Peru Proclamation 6943 of October 17, 1996 Honoring the Filipino Veterans of World War II By the President of the United States of America A Proclamation During the dark days of World War II, nearly 100,000 soldiers of the Philippine Commonwealth Army provided a ray of hope in the Pacific as they fought alongside United States and Allied forces for 4 long years to defend and reclaim the Philippine Islands from Japanese aggression. Thousands more Filipinos joined U.S. Armed Forces immediately after the war and served in occupational duty throughout the Pacific Theater. For their extraordinary sacrifices in defense of democracy and liberty, we owe them our undying gratitude.