Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 50 Part 2.djvu/644

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INTERNATIONAL AGREEMENTS OTHER THAN TREATIES Schedule III. SCHEDULE III 1. Wheat flour: The Netherlands Government undertakes to purchase annually from mills in the United States of America a quantity of wheat flour equivalent to not less than five per centum of the annual total wheat flour consumption in the Netherlands, provided that the price of such wheat flour delivered in the Netherlands is competitive with the price of other foreign wheat flour of comparable grade and quality. 2. Milling wheat: The Netherlands Government undertakes to purchase annually a quan- tity of milling wheat originating in the United States of America equivalent to not less than five per centum of the annual total consumption of foreign milling wheat in the Netherlands, provided that the price of the milling wheat originating in the United States of America is competitive with the world price for milling wheat of comparable grade and quality. Note 1. Of the total annual quantities of either milling wheat or wheat flour originating in the United States of America which the Netherlands Govern- ment undertakes to purchase pursuant to the foregoing provisions, one- twelfth part thereof will be purchased each month unless purchases for one or more months are made in advance. If in any month the prices of milling wheat or wheat flour originating in the United States of America are not competitive and for this reason the monthly purchases are smaller than those provided for above, the Netherlands Government shall not be obligated to compensate for such deficiency by correspondingly increased purchases in later months. Note 2. The Netherlands Government will give sympathetic consideration to any representations which the Government of the United States of America may make with respect to any matter pertaining to the application of the provisions of this Schedule.