U.S. Trade Policy: Phase I, Administration and Other Public Agencies : Hearings Before the Subcommittee on Trade of the Committee on Ways and Means, House of Representatives, Ninety-seventh Congress, First Session, October 28, 29, 30; November 2, 3, and 12, 1981
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Página 26 - The contracting parties recognize that internal taxes and other internal charges, and laws, regulations and requirements affecting the internal sale, offering for sale, purchase, transportation, distribution or use of products, and internal quantitative regulations requiring the mixture, processing or use of products in specified amounts or proportions, should not be applied to imported or domestic products so as to afford protection to domestic production.
Página 295 - States of articles, materials, or supplies, including technical data or other information, which he determines are available without restriction from sources outside the United States in significant quantities and comparable in quality to those produced in the United States, unless the President determines that adequate evidence has been presented to him demonstrating that the absence of such controls would prove detrimental to the national security of the United States.
Página 104 - Let me explain this rather provocative point. Our exporters need to find foreign buyers with the dollars necessary to buy our goods and services. In general, these dollars are obtained when Americans import and pay for foreign goods and services. In the short run, it is true that we can and do lend foreigners the dollars with which to buy our exports. When such loans are made at market rates of interest trade, of course, is properly advanced. But, when government-subsidized credit is provided, such...
Página 40 - ... to examine the functioning of the multilateral trading system, and to reinforce the common efforts of the contracting parties to support and improve the system for the benefit of all nations.
Página 295 - President determines that adequate evidence has been presented to him demonstrating that the absence of such controls would prove detrimental to the foreign policy or national security of the United States.
Página 508 - ... substantial cause" means a cause which is important and not less than any other cause. (5) In the course of any proceeding under this subsection, the Commission shall, for the purpose of assisting the President in making his determinations under sections 202 and 203, investigate and report on efforts made by firms and workers in the industry to compete more effectively with imports.
Página 56 - Thank you very much, Mr. Chairman. Mr. Secretary, it is good to see you back again.
Página 522 - Education of disaster relief assistance for educational purposes) ; and functions under Section 232 of the Trade Expansion Act of 1962, as amended (19 USC 1862...
Página 145 - Trade Representative") shall be chief representative of the United States for: (1) all activities of, or under the auspices of the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade; (2) discussions, meetings, and negotiations in the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development when trade or commodity issues are the primary issues under consideration; (3) negotiations in the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development and other multilateral institutions...