Report, Edição 111

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1936
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Página 107 - The advantages now accorded or which may hereafter be accorded by the United States of America, its territories or possessions...
Página 106 - In the event that the Government of either country adopts any measure which, even though it does not conflict with the terms of this Agreement, is considered by the Government of the other country to have the effect of nullifying or impairing any object of the Agreement...
Página 104 - ... as the basis of commercial relations and by granting mutual and reciprocal concessions and advantages for the promotion of trade, have through their respective plenipotentiaries arrived at the following agreement...
Página i - State and the Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce of the United States Department of Commerce.
Página 104 - The President of the United States of America and His Majesty the King of Great Britain, Ireland and the British dominions beyond the Seas, Emperor of India, in respect of the Dominion of Canada...
Página 104 - Any advantage, favor, privilege, or immunity which has been or may hereafter be granted...
Página 114 - NOTE : The provisions of this Schedule shall be construed and given the same effect, and the application of collateral provisions of the customs laws of the United States to the provisions of this Schedule shall be determined, in so far as may be practicable, as if each provision of this Schedule appeared respectively in the statutory provision noted in the column at the left of the respective descriptions of articles.
Página 106 - Government of either country, if it considers the variation so substantial as to prejudice the industries or commerce of the country, shall be free to propose negotiations for the modification of this Agreement...
Página 106 - In the event that the United States of America or Canada establishes or maintains a monopoly for the importation, production, or sale of a particular commodity or grants exclusive privileges, formally or in effect, to one or more agencies to import, produce, or sell a particular...
Página 106 - ... to consult with it in respect of the proposed action; and if an agreement with respect thereto is not reached within thirty days following receipt of the aforesaid notice, the Government which proposes to take such action shall be free to do so at any time thereafter, and the other Government shall be free within fifteen days after such action is taken to terminate this Agreement in its entirety on thirty days

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