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PUBLIC LAW 101-513—NOV. 5, 1990 104 STAT. 2069 sale or purchase of precursor and/or essential chemicals used in illicit manufacture of controlled substances. (c) PENALTIES.—After consulting with the Attorney General and the Director of the Office of National Drug Control Policy, the President shall impose penalties or sanctions including temporarily or permanently prohibiting any corporation, partnership, individual or business association (i) refusing to maintain records for the purpose of monitoring and regulating transactions of listed precursor chemicals, or (ii) refusing to make such records available to United States law enforcement authorities for investigative purposes (in coordination with the local law enforcement agency in which such corporation, partnership, individual, or business association resides, is created or has its principal place of business) from engaging in any or all transactions, in goods or services, within the commerce of the United States. (d) DEFINITIONS.— A record under subsection (a) shall be retrievable and include the date of the transaction, the identity of each party to the transaction, including the ultimate consignee, and accounting of the quantity and form of listed chemical(s) and a description of the method of transfer. (e) This section shall not apply to the manufacture, distribution, sale, import or export of any drug which may, under the Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act be lawfully sold over-the-counter without prescription. President. Records. Business and industry. VIETNAM TRAVEL SEC. 599L (a) The Senate hereby finds— (1) the Government of the United States has maintained economic sanctions against the government of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam since April 30, 1975 under the auspices of the Trading with the Enemy Act, and as regulated by the Office of Foreign Assets Control of the United States Department of Treasury, (2) individual citizens of the United States are authorized to travel in Vietnam but are limited in monetary expenditures to $100 per day, to be used only for personal travel related expenses, and are prohibited from conducting business dealings with Vietnam or citizens of Vietnsim, (3) the international community, exclusive of the United States, has significantly increased its commercial contacts within Vietnam, and that foreign investment in Vietnam doubled from January 1989 to January 1990, (4) the government of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam has been cooperative in working with the United States and other nations toward a settlement of the Cambodian political situation, (5) by the end of 1989, the government of Vietnam had completed a withdrawal of its combat troops from the territory of Cambodia, and (6) pending a final Cambodian settlement, the remaining questions regarding United States POWs and MlAs are the most important factor in determining the future course of United States-Vietnamese relations. (b) It is the sense of the Senate, that in recognition of the fact that the government of Vietnam has been cooperative in working toward a resolution of longstanding issues of conflict with the United