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PUBLIC LAW 98-000—MMMM. DD, 1984

98 STAT. 2950

PUBLIC LAW 98-573—OCT. 30, 1984

Sec. 241. Duty-free entry for research equipment for North Dakota State University, Fargo, North Dakota. Sec. 242. Duty-free entry for pipe organ for the Crystal Cathedral, Garden Grove, California. Sec. 243. Duty-free entry for scientific equipment for the Ellis Fischel State Cancer Hospital, Columbia, Missouri. Sec. 244. Duty-free entry of organs imported for the use of Trinity Cathedral of Cleveland, Ohio. Sec. 245. Sense of Congress regarding possible EEC action on corn gluten. Sec. 246. Study on honey imports. Sec. 247. Copper imports. Sec. 248. Disapproval of Presidential determinations under section 203 of the Trade Act of 1974. Sec. 249. Section 201 criteria. Sec. 250. Hogs and pork products from Canada. Sec. 251. Copjnight protection of computer software. TITLE III—INTERNATIONAL TRADE AND INVESTMENT Short title; amendment of Trade Act of 1974. Statement of purposes. Analysis of foreign trade barriers. Amendments to title III of the Trade Act of 1974. Negotiating objectives with respect to international trade in services and investment and high technology industries. Sec. 306. Provisions relating to international trade in services. Sec. 307. Negotiating authority with respect to foreign direct investment. Sec. 308. Negotiation of agreements concerning high technology industries. Sec. Sec. Sec. Sec. Sec.

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TITLE IV—TRADE WITH ISRAEL Negotiation of trade agreements to reduce trade barriers. Criteria for duty^free treatment of articles. Application of certain other trade law provisions. Fast track procedures for perishable articles. Construction of title.

TITLE V—GENERALIZED SYSTEM OF PREFERENCES RENEWAL Sec. 501. Short title; statement of purpose. Sec. 502. Consideration of a beneficiary developing country's competitiveness in extending preferences. Sec. 503. Amendments relating to the beneficiary developing country designation criteria. Sec. 504. Regulations; articles which may not be designated as eligible articles. Sec. 505. Limitations on preferential treatment. Sec. 506. Extension of the generalized system of preferences and reports. Sec. 507. Agricultural exports of beneficiary developing countries. Sec. 508. Effective date. TITLE VI—TRADE LAW REFORM Reference. Sales for importation. Waiver of verification. Termination or suspension of investigation. Final determination of critical circumstances. Simultaneous investigations. Countervailing duties apply on country-wide basis. Conditional payment of countervailing duties. Initiation of antidumping duty investigations. Duties of customs officers. Reviews and determinations. Definitions and special rules. Upstream subsidies. Reseller's price taken into account in determining purchase price. Foreign market value. Hearings. Subsidies discovered during proceeding. Verification of information. Records of ex parte meetings; release of confidential information. Sampling and averaging in determining United States price and foreign market value. Sec. 621. Interest.

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