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PUBLIC LAW 96-000—MMMM. DD, 1979

93 STAT. 268

19 USC 1202.

PUBLIC LAW 96-39—JULY 26, 1979 provide coverage comparable to that provided by foreign countries in the Annex to the Agreement on Trade in Civil Aircraft if such articles are certified for use in civil aircraft in accordance with headnote 3 to schedule 6, part 6, subpart C of the Tariff Schedules of the United states: 518.51 544.41 642.20 647.03 647.05 652.09 653.39 653.94 660.44 660.46 660.52 660.54 660.85 660.97 661.10 661.12 661.15 661.20 661.35 661.90 661.95 662.50 664.10 676.15 676.30 678.50

680.47 680.50 680.55 680.56 682.07 682.40 682.60 683.60 684.30 684.40 684.50 684.70 685.24 685.29 685.40 685.60 685.70 686.22 686.24 686.60 688.12 688.40 694.15 694.20 694.40 694.60

709.45 710.08 710.14 710.16 710.30 710.46 711.36 711.37 711.82 711.84 711.98 712.05 712.47 712.49 715.15 720.08 727.47 727.48 727.55 745.45 772.45 772.65.

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Ante, p. 267.

(3) Section 466 of the Tariff Act of 1930 (19 U.S.C. 1466) is amended by adding at the end thereof the following new subsection: "(f) The duty imposed under subsection (a) shall not apply to the cost of repair parts, materials, or expenses of repairs in a foreign country upon a United States civil aircraft, within the meaning of headnote 3 to Schedule 6, part 6, subpart C of the Tariff Schedules of the United States.".

19 USC 2135

(b) TERMINATION AND WITHDRAWAL.—For purposes of section 125 of

?9 USC 2135 19 USC 2101.

^^® Trade Act of 1974, the amendments made under subsection (a), if any, shall be considered to be trade agreement obligations entered into under the Trade Act of 1974 of benefit to foreign countries or instrumentalities. TITLE VII—CERTAIN AGRICULTURAL MEASURES SEC. 701. LIMITATION ON CHEESE IMPORTS.

19 USC 1202 ^°^-

(a) PROCLAMATION.—The President shall by proclamation limit the amount of quota cheese which may enter the customs territory of the United States in any calendar year after 1979 to not more than 111,000 metric tons. Any such proclamation shall be considered a proclamation which is issued by the President under section 22 of the Agricultural Adjustment Act (7 U.S.C. 624) and which meets the requirements of such section. (b) RESTRICTION ON EMERGENCY ACTION.—No increase in the amount proclaimed under subsection (a) to an amount greater than 111,000 metric tons for any calendar year may be proclaimed except in accordance with section 22 of the Agricultural Adjustment Act. The President may not proclaim any such increase to an amount greater than 111,000 metric tons by use of the procedure established for immediate action by the second paragraph of subsection (b) of