Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 114 Part 1.djvu/94

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114 STAT. 58 PUBLIC LAW 106-180—MAR. 17, 2000 "Subtitle D—Negotiations To Pursue Privatization President. "SEC. 661. METHODS TO PURSUE PRIVATIZATION. "The President shall secure the pro-competitive privatizations required by this title in a manner that meets the criteria in subtitle B. "Subtitle E—Definitions 47 USC 769. "SEC. 681. DEFINITIONS. "(a) IN GENERAL.— As used in this title: "(1) INTELSAT. —The term 'INTELSAT means the International Telecommunications Satellite Organization established pursuant to the Agreement Relating to the International Telecommunications Satellite Organization (INTELSAT). "(2) INMARSAT. — The term 'Inmarsat' means the International Mobile Satellite Organization established pursuant to the Convention on the International Maritime Organization. "(3) SIGNATORIES. — The term 'signatories'— "(A) in the case of INTELSAT, or INTELSAT successors or separated entities, means a Party, or the telecommunications entity designated by a Party, that has signed the Operating Agreement and for which such Agreement has entered into force; and "(B) in the case of Inmarsat, or Inmarsat successors or separated entities, means either a Party to, or an entity that has been designated by a Party to sign, the Operating Agreement. "(4) PARTY.— The term 'Part/— "(A) in the case of INTELSAT, means a nation for which the INTELSAT agreement has entered into force; and "(B) in the case of Inmarsat, means a nation for which the Inmarsat convention has entered into force. "(5) COMMISSION.— The term 'Commission' means the Federal Communications Commission. "(6) INTERNATIONAL TELECOMMUNICATION UNION. —The term 'International Telecommunication Union' means the interfovemmental organization that is a specialized agency of the Tnited Nations in which member countries cooperate for the development of telecommunications, including adoption of international regulations governing terrestrial and space uses of the frequency spectrum as well as use of the geostationary satellite orbit. "(7) SUCCESSOR ENTITY.—The term 'successor entity— "(A) means any privatized entity created from the privatization of INTELSAT or Inmarsat or from the assets of INTELSAT or Inmarsat; but "(B) does not include any entity that is a separated entity. "(8) SEPARATED ENTITY. —The term 'separated entity means a privatized entity to whom a portion of the assets owned by INTELSAT or Inmarsat are transferred prior to full privatization of INTELSAT or Inmarsat, including in particular