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102 STAT. 2270-42
102 STAT. 2270-42
PUBLIC LAW 100-000—MMMM. DD, 1988

102 STAT. 2270-42 Reports.

President of U.S. Japan. Korea.

Germany. Energy. Coal.

Imports.

President of U.S.

Reports.

Philippines. Japan. Korea.

PUBLIC LAW 100-463—OCT. 1, 1988

defense and foreign assistance spending burdens by the United States and its allies. Not later than August 1, 1989, the Secretary of Defense and the Secretary of State shall transmit to Congress a report containing the findings resulting from the review and their determinations. ^ (c) The President shall appoint an Ambassador at Larg^responsible to the President who shall have the responsibility for ensuring a more balanced sharing of defense costs by the NATO members, Japan, the Republic of Korea, and other countries allied to the United States. Such responsibilities shall incude negotiations for burdensharing including increased in-kind and financial support by such countries for Department of Defense military units and personnel assigned to permanent duty ashore outside the United States in support of the security of such countries, and multi-lateral foreign assistance costs: Provided, That the Ambassador at Large should review (1) trade restrictions that require German utilities to purchase German-produced coal to the exclusion of foreign coal, including United States coal, and (2) the extent to which the tax on electricity used to subsidize German coal producers is borne by American military installations, American military dependents, or American civilians who support our military installations. The Ambassador at Large should prepare an economic analysis on the comparison of using German versus United States coal at defense facilities in Europe. This analysis should address the issues of all direct subsidies provided on German coal and restrictions imposed on imported coal and should be submitted to the Department of Defense, State, and Commerce for use in their study on the economic benefits of using coal at defense facilities in Europe. (d) The President shall specify (separately by appropriation account) in the Department of Defense items included in the budgets submitted to Congress under section 1105 of title 31, United States Code, for fiscal years after fiscal year 1989 the amounts necessary for payment of ail personnel, operations, maintenance, facilities, and support costs for Department of Defense overseas military units, and the costs for all dependents who accompany Department of Defense personnel outside the Unied States. (e) Not later than May 1, 1989, the Secretary of Defense shall submit to the Committees on Armed Services and on Appropriations of the Senate and the House of Representatives a report that sets forth the total costs required to support the dependents who accompany Department of Defense personnel assigned to permanent duty overseas. (0 As of September 30 of each fiscal year after fiscal year 1989, the number of members of the Armed Forces on active duty assigned to permanent duty ashore in Japan and the Republic of Korea may not exceed 94,450 (the number of members of the Armed Forces on active duty assigned to permanent duty ashore in Japan and the Republic of Korea on September 30, 1987). The limitation provided for the preceding sentence may be increased if and when a major reduction of United States forces in the Republic of the Philippines is required because of a loss of basing rights in that nation, and the President determines and certifies to Congress that, as a consequence of such loss, an increase in United States forces stationed in Japan and the Republic of Korea is necessary. (g)(1) After fiscal year 1990, Department of Defense budget submissions to Congress under section 1105 of title 31, United States Code, shall identify funds requested for Department of Defense