3962 RECIPHOCAL THADE-CANADA. Similarly, naturn:l or manufactured .products exported froD?- the territory of the Umted States of Amenca or Canada and conslgned to the territory of the other country shall in no case be subject 'with respect to exportation and in regard to the above-mentioned matters, to any duties, taxes or charges other or higher, or to any rules or for- malitles other or more burdensome, than those to which the like proclucts when consigned to the territory of any third country are or may hereafter be subject. Any advantage, favor, privilege or immunity which has been or may hereafter be granted by the United States of America or Canada in regard to the above-mentioned matters, to a natural or manufactured product originating in any third country or consigned to the territory of any third country shall be accorded immediately and without com- pensation to the like product originating in or consigned to the territory of Canada or the United States of America, respectively, and irrespec- tive of the nationality of the carrier. ARTICLE II Freedom of im!,ort~. N either the United States of America nor Canada shall establish any prohibition or maintain any restriction on imports from the terri- Extension of advan· tory ?f the ?ther ~o,!ntry w~ich is no~ applied to the import~t~on of tages I(iantcd another any like article ongmatmg III any third country. Any abolition of countr)·. an import prohibition or restriction which may be granted even temporarily by either country in favor of an article of a third country 3hall be applied immediately and unconditionally to the like article originating in the territory of the other country. These provisions .. . equally apply to exports. Ql!al'tJtatl~'e restnc- In the event of quantitative restrictions being established by either tlons; allocatiOns. • the United States of America or Canada for the Importation of any article it is agreed that in the allocation of the quantity of restricted goods which may be authorized for importation, the other count~ will be granted a share equivalent to the proportion ot the trade which it enjoyed in a previous representative period prior to the establishment .. of such quantitative restrictions. Rules, (ormahtl'!" or In all matters concerning the rules, formalities or charO'es imposed in charges. connection with any form of quantitative restriction 0'; the importa- tion of any article, the United States of America and Canada agree to extend to each other every favor granted to a third country. Ar.TICLE III Enumemtcd imports Articles the growth, Iroduce or manufacture of the United States into Canacta. P03t, p. 39GB. of America, enumerate and described in Schedule I annexed to this Agreement, shall, on their importation into Canada, be exempt from ordinary customs duties in excess of those set forth in the said Sched- No exCf,SS duty, etc. ule. The said articles shall also be exempt from all other duties, taxes, fees, charges, or exactions~ imposed on or in connectiOn with importation, in excess of those imposed on the day of the signature of this Agreement or required to be imposed thereafter under laws of Canada in force on the day of the signature of this Agreement. . Schedule I included Schedule I and the notes included therein shall have full force and III A greemen 1. • • effect as mtegral parts of this Agreement. ARTICLE IV rr:Jie<3~~:::II. import~ Articles the growth, produce or manufacture of Canada, enumerated Po.•t, !'. 3977. and described in Schedule II annexed to this Agreement, shall, on their importation into the United States of America, be exempt from
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