Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 104 Part 3.djvu/994

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104 STAT. 2346 PUBLIC LAW 101-533 —NOV. 7, 1990 tained in the preceding sentence on presentation of information does not apply to information that is obtained from foreign governments or agencies thereof and that has been published pursuant to the lawful disclosure of the information. To the extent that data are available, each such analysis shall include an analysis, together with current levels and trends, of the number and market share of business enterprises at least 10 percent of the voting securities or other evidences of ownership of which are owned or controlled by a foreign person, and of the number and market share of the establishments of such business enterprises, that are engaged substantially in the production or coproduction of any critical technologies included in the most recent plan submitted to the Congress under section 2368 of title 10, United States Code, or included in the most recent report submitted to the President under section 603 of the National Science and Technology Policy, Organization, and Priorities Act of 1976. 22 USC 3143. SEC. 4. REPORTS BY GENERAL ACCOUNTING OFFICE. (a) IN GENERAL.— The Comptroller General, to the extent permitted by law, including section 8 of this Act, is authorized to review the information described in section 30)) for purposes of preparing the report required under subsection (b) of this section. Nothing in this section authorizes disclosure of any individually identifiable data or information in any form that can be associated with or otherwise identify, directly or indirectly, any person, including any enterprise or establishment. Qo) REPORT.—Not later than 5 months after each report issued by the Secretary of Commerce under section 3, the Comptroller General of the United States shall submit to the Committee on Energy and Commerce, the Committee on Ways and Means, and the Committee on Foreign Affairs of the House of Representatives, to the Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation of the Senate, and to the Joint Economic Committee of the Congress a report— (1) analyzing the report of the Secretary of Commerce; (2) making recommendations for changes in the analysis done in the report due the following year under section 3; (3) making recommendations for improving the collection by respective Federal agencies of data on foreign direct investment in the United States, including use of private sector data, and improving survey questionnaires to obtain useful and consistent information that avoids unnecessary redundancy among Federgil agencies; (4) reviewing the status and processes for reconciliation of data exchanged as required by this Act and the amendments made by this Act, and making any recommendations for improving and augmenting international financial data; (5) making recommendations for possible additional policy coordination within the executive branch affecting foreign direct investment in the United States; and (6) making recommendations for improvement of the coverage, industry classification, and consistency among Federal Eigencies of their respective surveys. Reports under this subsection shall be issued only with respect to the first 3 reports issued by the Secretary of Commerce under • section 3.