Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 50 Part 2.djvu/681

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COSTA RICA-RECIPROCAL TRADE-NOVEMBER 28, 1936 With respect to the exchange made available for commercial transactions, it is agreed that the Government of each country shall be guided in the administration of any form of control of foreign ex- change by the principle that, as nearly as may be determined, the share of the total available ex- change which is allotted to the other country shall not be less than the share employed in a pre- vious representative period prior to the establishment of any exchange control for the settlement of com- mercial obligations to the nationals of such other country. With respect to non-commercial transactions it is agreed that the Government of each country shall apply any form of control of for- eign exchange in a non-discrimi- natory manner as between the nationals of the other country and the nationals of any third country. The Government of each coun- try will give sympathetic consid- eration to any representations which the other Government may make in respect of the application of the provisions of this Article. If, within thirty days after the receipt of such representations, a satisfactory adjustment has not been made or an agreement has not been reached with respect to such representations, the Govern- ment making them may, within fifteeen' days after the expiration of the aforesaid period of thirty days, terminate this Article or this Agreement in its entirety on thirty days' written notice. ARTICLE X Any advantage, favor, privilege or immunity which has been or may hereafter be granted by the United States of America or the Republic of Costa Rica to any article originating in or destined for any third country, shall be ac- corded immediately and uncon- ditionally to the like article origi- nating in or destined for the Re- public of Costa Rica or the United States of America, respectively. This provision refers to: customs duties or charges of any kind ' So in original. Respecto al cambio aprovecha- ble para transacciones comerciales, se acuerda que, en la administra- ci6n de cualquier forma de con- trol de cambio extranjero, se regira el Gobierno de cada pals por el principio de que, hasta donde se pueda establecer aproxi- madamente, la parte del total de cambio disponible que se asigne al otro pals no sera menor que la parte empleada en perfodo repre- sentativo anterior al estableci- miento de cualquier control de cambio, para la liquidaci6n de obligaciones comerciales a favor de nacionales de tal otro pals. Con respecto a transacciones no comerciales, se acuerda que el Gobierno de cada pals adminis- trara cualquiera forma de control de cambio extranjero, de manera que no habra distinci6n entre los nacionales del otro pafs y los de cualquier tercer pals. El Gobierno de cada pals con- siderara amistosamente cuales- quiera representaciones que el otro Gobierno pueda hacer res- pecto la aplicaci6n de las estipu- laciones de este artfculo. Si, dentro de los treinta dias de reci- bidas tales representaciones, no se ilega a arreglo satisfactorio ni se ajusta acuerdo respecto de ellas, el Gobierno que las hace puede, dentro de los quince dias poste- riores a la expiraci6n del men- cionado plazo de treinta dias, terminar este articulo o el Con- venio en su totalidad a los treinta dias de notificaci6n escrita. ARTfCULO X Cualquier ventaja, favor, privi- legio o inmunidad que haya otor- gado u otorgue despues los Estados Unidos de Am6rica o la Replblica de Costa Rica sobre articulos originarios de o destinados a un tercer pals, se acordaran inmediata e incondicionalmente a los corres- pondientes articulos originarios de o destinados a, respectivamente, la Repdblica de Costa Rica o los Estados Unidos de America. Esta estipulaci6n se refiere a: derechos aduaneros o cargas de cualquier Commercial trans- actions. Non-commercial transactions. Mutual considera- tion of representations with respect to appli- cation of Article. Extension of advan- tages,etc.,grantedany other country. 1589