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with respect to articles to which the amendments made by this section apply. [SEC. 6. AUTHORITY TO LIMIT CERTAIN DUTY-FREE TREATMENT AC
CORDED UNDER THIS ACT. [(a) AUTHORITY To LIMIT.
[(1) IN GENERAL.-In addition to any authority under section 201 of the Trade Act of 1974 (19 U.S.C. 2251), the President may proclaim changes in the Tariff Schedules of the United States (19 U.S.C. 1202) to narrow the scope of, or place conditions upon, the duty-free treatment accorded under section 164, section 165, or section 167(b) (insofar as section 167(b) relates to temporary duty-free treatment of articles covered by sections 164 and 165) with respect to any type of article the duty-free treatment of which
[(A) has significant adverse impact on a domestic industry (or portion thereof) manufacturing or producing a like or directly competitive article, and
[(B) is not provided for in the Florence Agreement or the Nairobi Protocol. [(2) RATES WHICH ARE TO TAKE EFFECT IF DUTY-FREE TREATMENT ELIMINATED.-If the President eliminates any duty-free treatment under paragraph (1), the rate of duty thereafter applicable to any article which is
[(A) affected by such action, and
[(B) imported from any source, shall be the rate proclaimed by the President as the rate applicable to such article from such source (determined without
regard to this subtitle). [(b) RESTORATION OF TREATMENT.-If the President determines that any duty-free treatment which is no longer in effect because of action taken under subsection (a) could be restored in whole or in part without a resumption of significant adverse impact on a domestic industry or portion thereof, the President may proclaim changes to the Appendix to the Tariff Schedules of the United States to resume such duty-free treatment.
[(c) OPPORTUNITY TO PRESENT VIEWS.-Before taking an action authorized by subsection (a) or (b), the President shall afford an opportunity for interested Government agencies and private persons to present their views concerning the proposed action. [SEC. 7. EFFECTIVE DATE; TEMPORARY DUTY-FREE TREATMENT.
[(a) IN GENERAL.—The amendments made by sections 162, 163, 164, and 165 shall apply with respect to articles entered, or withdrawn from warehouse for consumption, on or after the date which the President proclaims as the date on which he ratifies the Nairobi Protocol to the Florence Agreement on the Importation of Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Materials. [(b) TEMPORARY DUTY-FREE TREATMENT.
[(1) ARTICLES FOR THE BLIND OR OTHER HANDICAPPED PERSONS.—Subject to the provisions of paragraph (3) and section 166, the President shall proclaim changes to the Appendix to the Tariff Schedules of the United States (19 U.S.C. 1202) to implement the provisions of section 165 with respect to articles entered, or withdrawn from warehouse for consumption,
during the two and one-half-year period beginning on the thirtieth day following the date of the enactment of this subtitle.
[(2) OTHER ARTICLES.–Subject to the provisions of paragraph (3) and section 166, the President, if he deems such action to be in the interest of the United States, may proclaim further changes to the Appendix to the Tariff Schedules of the United States to implement any provision of section 162, 163, or 164 with respect to articles entered, or withdrawn from warehouse for consumption, during any period beginning on or after the thirtieth day following the date of the enactment of this subtitle and ending not later than two and one-half years after such beginning date.
[(3) TIME PROVISIONS CEASE TO HAVE EFFECT.—If any temporary duty-free treatment accorded under paragraph (1) or (2) has not yet expired, such treatment shall cease to be effective on and after the date proclaimed by the President pursuant to subsection (a).]
INTERNATIONAL COFFEE AGREEMENT ACT OF
1980, AS AMENDED
IMPORTATION OF COFFEE UNDER INTERNATIONAL COFFEE AGREEMENT
1976; PRESIDENTIAL POWERS AND DUTIES SEC. 2. On and after the entry into force of the International Coffee Agreement, 1983, and before October 1, [1986) 1989, the President is authorized, in order to carry out and enforce the provisions of that agreement
(1) to regulate the entry of coffee for consumption, or withdrawal of coffee from warehouse for consumption, or any other form of entry or withdrawal of coffee such as for transportation or exportation, including whenever quotas are in effect pursuant to the agreement, (A) the limitation of entry, or withdrawal from warehouse, of coffee imported from countries which are not members of the International Coffee Organization, and (B) the prohibition of entry of any shipment from any member of the International Coffee Organization of coffee which is not accompanied either by a valid certificate of origin, a valid certificate of reexport, a valid certificate of reshipment, or a valid certificate of transit, issued by a qualified agency in such form as required under the agreement;
(e) SHIPMENTS OF RUM TO THE UNITED STATES. —
(3) RUM DEFINED.-For purposes of this subsection, the term “rum” means any article classified under [item_169.13 or 169.14 of the Tariff Schedules of the United States] subheading 2208.40.00 of the Harmonized Tariff Schedule of the United States (19 U.S.C. 1202).
(1) TRANSFER OF CERTAIN TAXES TO ACCOUNT.—There is hereby appropriated to the Sport Fish Restoration Account amounts equivalent to the following amounts received in the Treasury on or after October 1, 1984
(B) the import duties imposed on fishing tackle under [subpart B of part 5 of schedule 7 of the Tariff Schedules of the United States] heading 9507 of the Harmonized Tariff Schedule of the United States (19 U.S.C. 1202) and on yachts and pleasure craft under [subpart D of part 6 of schedule 6 of such Schedules] chapter 89 of the Harmonized Tariff Schedule of the United States.
SEC. 2. (a) This section may be cited as the “Meat Import Act of 1979". (b) For purposes of this section
(1) The term "entered” means entered, or withdrawn from warehouse, for consumption in the customs territory of the United States.
(2) The term “meat articles” means the articles provided for in the [Tariff Schedules of the United States] Harmonized Tariff Schedule of the United States under (19 U.S.C. 1202)—
(A) [item106.10] subheadings 0201.10.00, 0201.20.60, 0201.30.60, 0202.10.00, 0202.20.60 and 0202.30.60 (relating to fresh, chilled, or frozen [cattle] bovine meat);
(B) [items 106.22 and 106.25] subheadings 0204.50.00, 0204.21.00, 0204.22.40, 0204.23.40, 0204.41.00, 0204.42.40, and 0204.43.40 (relating to fresh, chilled, or frozen meat of goats and sheep (except lambs)); and
[(C) items 107.55 and 107.62 (relating to prepared and preserved beef and veal (except sausage)), if the articles
are prepared, whether fresh, chilled, or frozen, but not otherwise preserved.]
(C) subheadings 0201.20.40, 0201.30.40, 0202.20.40, and 0202.30.40 (relating to processed meat of beef or veal other than high quality beef cuts).
(c) The aggregate quantity of meat articles which may be entered in any calendar year after 1979 may not exceed 1,204,600,000 pounds; except that this aggregate quantity shall be
(2) adjusted further under subsection (d). For purposes of paragraph (1), the estimated annual domestic commercial production of meat articles for any calendar year does not include the carcass weight of live cattle specified in items [100.40, 100.43, 100.45, 100.53, and 100.55 of such Schedules] subheadings 0102.90.20 and 0102.90.40 of the Harmonized Tariff Schedule of the United States] entered during such year.
(f)(1) If the aggregate quantity estimated before any calendar quarter by the Secretary under subsection (e)(2) is 110 percent or more of the aggregate quantity estimated by him under subsection (e)(1), and if there is no limitation in effect under this section for such calendar year with respect to meat articles, the President shall by proclamation limit the total quantity of meat articles which may be entered during such calendar year to the aggregate quantity estimated for such calendar year by the Secretary under subsection (e)(1); except that no limitation imposed under this paragraph for any calendar year may be less than 1,250,000,000 pounds. The President shall include in the articles subject to any limit proclaimed under this paragraph any article of meat provided for in item [107.61 of the Tariff Schedules of the United States] subheadings 0201.20, 0201.30.20, 0202.20.20, and 0202.30.20 of the Harmonized Tariff Schedule of the United States (relating to the highquality of beef specially processed into fancy cuts).
OMNIBUS BUDGET RECONCILIATION ACT OF 1985
SEC. 13031. FEES FOR CERTAIN CUSTOMS SERVICES.
(a) SCHEDULE OF FEES.
(9) For the processing of any merchandise (other than an article that is
(A) provided for under any item in [schedule 8 of the Tariff Schedules of the United States except item 806.30 or 807.00], chapter 98 of the Harmonized Tariff Schedule of the United States, except subheading 9802.00.60 or 9802.00.80,
(B) a product of an insular possession of the United States, or
(C) a product of any country listed in [General Headnote 3(e) (vi) or (vii)] general note 3(c)(u) of such [Schedules] Schedule.
(8)(A) The fee charged under subsection (a) (9) or (10) of this section with respect to the processing of merchandise shall
(iii) in the case of merchandise classified under [item 806.30] subparagraph 9802.00.60 of the Tariff Schedules of the United States, be applied to the value of the foreign repairs or alterations to the merchandise; and
(iv) in the case of merchandise classified under [item 807.00] subparagraph 9802.00.80 of such Schedules, be applied to the full value of the merchandise, less the cost or
value of the component United States product. With respect to merchandise that is classified under item [806.30 or 807.00] subparagraph 9802.00.60 or 9802.00.80 of such Schedules and is duty-free, the Secretary may collect the fee charged on the processing of the merchandise under subsection (a) (9) or (10) of this section on the basis of aggregate data derived from financial and manufacturing reports used by the importer in the normal course of business, rather than on the basis of entry-by-entry accounting.
(c) DEFINITIONS.—FOR PURPOSES OF THIS SECTION
(3) The term "customs territory of the United States" has the meaning given to such term by [headnote 2 of the General Headnotes and Rules of Interpretation of the Tariff Schedules of the United States] general note 2 of the Harmonized Tariff Schedule of the United States.
SEC. 423. ETHYL ALCOHOL AND MIXTURES THEREOF FOR FUEL USE.
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(1) Subject to the limitation in paragraph (2), subsection (a) shall not apply to ethyl alcohol that is imported into the United States during calendar years 1987 [and 1988], 1988, and 1989 and produced in