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92 STAT. 960 Ante, p. 957.
PUBLIC LAW 95-424—OCT. 6, 1978 further clearance or approval as part of the annual report required by section 634 of this Act. "(5) In the execution of the responsibilities and duties assigned in paragraph (3) of this subsection, the Auditor General shall have (A) access to all records, reports, papers, and documents of the agency and its administrative subdivisions, and (B) authority to request such information or assistance as necessary for carrying out the duties set forth in this subsection from any Federal, State, or local governmental agency or unit thereof, and from contractors, grantees, and loan recipients of the agency.". MOTOR VEHICLES
22 USC 2396.
SEC. 505. Section 636(a)(5) of the Foreign Assistance Act of-1961 is amended by striking "$3,500" and inserting in lieu thereof "the current market price in the United States of a mid-sized sedan or station wagon meeting the requirements established by the General Services Administration for a Class III vehicle of United States manufacture (or, if the replacement vehicle is a right-hand drive vehicle, 120 percent of that price)". OPERATING EXPENSES
22 USC 2427.
SEC. 506. Section 667(a) of the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961 is amended— (1) in the text preceding paragraph (1) by striking out "1978" and inserting in lieu thereof "1979"; and (2) in paragraph (1) by striking out "$220,200,000" and inserting in lieu thereof "$261,000,000". TITLE VI—MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS REDUCTION OF AUTHORIZATION
22 USC 2151 °o*«22 USC 2174.
SEC. 601. The total funds authorized to be appropriated in this Act (excluding funds authorized to be appropriated to carry out section 214 of the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961) shall be reduced by 5 percent. PROHIBITION ON ASSISTANCE TO VIETNAM, CAMBODIA, UGANDA, AND CUBA
22 USC 2151 note. /!
SEC. 602. Notwithstanding any other provision of law or of this ^ct, funds authorized to be appropriated in this Act shall not be used for any form of aid, either by monetary payment or by the sale or transfer of any goods of any nature, to the Socialist Republic of Vietnam, Cambodia, Uganda, or Cuba. REPORTS TO CONGRESS ON DEBT RELIEF AGREEMENTS
22 USC 2395a.
SEC. 603. (a)(1) The Secretary of State shall keep the Committee on Foreign Relations of the Senate, the Committee on International Relations of the House of Representatives, and the Committee on Appropriations of each House of the Congress fully and currently informed of any negotiations with any foreign government with respect to any cancellation, renegotiations, rescheduling, compromise, or other form of debt relief (including any modification of the terms,