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PUBLIC LAW 100-000—MMMM. DD, 1988

PUBLIC LAW 100-418—AUG. 23, 1988

102 STAT. 1325

TITLE II—EXPORT ENHANCEMENT SEC. 2001. SHORT TITLE.

This title may be referred to as the "Export Enhancement Act of 1988".

Erancement Act of 1988. 15 USC 4701 note.

Subtitle A—Trade and Foreign Policy PART I—RELATIONS WITH CERTAIN COUNTRIES SEC. 2101. UNITED STATES-MEXICO FRAMEWORK AGREEMENT ON TRADE AND INVESTMENT.

(a) FINDINGS.—The Congress finds that the Bilateral Framework Agreement on Trade and Investment, entered into by the United States and Mexico on November 6, 1987— (1) provides a useful vehicle for the management of bilateral trade and investment relations, based on shared principles and objectives; (2) establishes procedures for consultation by the two countries on matters of bilateral trade and investment, and should facilitate resolution of disputes on these matters; and (3) has led to negotiations between the two countries on important issues, and should continue to facilitate such negotiations. (b) FURTHER IMPLEMENTATION OF THE AGREEMENT.—Within the

context of the Bilateral Framework Agreement on Trade and Investment, the President is urged to continue to pursue consultations with representatives of the Government of Mexico for the purposes of implementing the Agreement and achieving an expansion of mutually beneficial trade and investment. SEC 2102. RELATIONS WITH COUNTRIES PROVIDING OFFENSIVE WEAPONRY TO BELLIGERENT COUNTRIES IN THE PERSIAN GULF REGION.

It is the sense of the Congress that the President should use all available appropriate leverage to persuade all countries to desist from any further transfers of ofiTensive weaponry, such as Silkworm missiles, to any belligerent country in the Persian Gulf region.

PART II—FAIR TRADE IN AUTO PARTS SEC. 2121. SHORT TITLE.

Fair Trade in Auto Parts Act of 1988. 15 USC 4701

This part may be referred to as the "Fair Trade in Auto Parts Act note. of 1988". SEC 2122. DEFINITION.

For purposes of this part, the term "Japanese markets" refers to markets, including those in the United States and Japan, where automotive parts and accessories, both original equipment and aftermarket, are purchased for use in the manufacture or repair of Japanese automobiles.

15 USC 4701.