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104 STAT. 5390 PROCLAMATION 6179—SEPT. 13, 1990 Country Percentage distribution J, " * The amount of specialty sugars described in subheadings 1701.11.01, 1701.12.01, 1701.91.21, 1701.99.01, 1702.90.31, 1806.10.41, and 2106.90.11, established pursuant to paragraph [a) of this note, shall be allocated by the United States Trade Representative to the following countries and areas by providing to each an allocation of 72 metric tons, raw value, on an annual basis: Belgium Irel and Republic of Korea Burma Italy Suriname Camer oon Japan Sweden Denmark Ke nya Switzerland Federal Republic Luxembourg United Kingdom of Germany Nethe rla nds Venezuela France Netherlands Antilles Republic of Hong Kong People's Republic Yem en Indonesi a of China "Note: The category "Other specified countries and areas" shall consist of the following: Congo, Cote d'lvoire, Gabon, Haiti, Madagascar, Mexico, Papua New Guinea, Paraguay, Saint Kitts and Nevis, and Uruguay. "(ii) The United States Trade Representative, after consultation with the Secretaries of State and Agriculture, may modify, suspend (for all or part of the quota amount), or reinstate the allocations provided for in this paragraph (including the addition or deletion of any country or area) if he finds that such action is appropriate to carry out the obligations of the United States under any international agreement to which the United States is a party. The United States Trade Representative shall inform the Secretary of the Treasury of any such action and shall publish notice thereof in the Federal Register. Such action shall not become effective until the day following the date of filing of such notice with the Federal Register or such later date as may be specified by the United States Trade Representative. "(iii) The United States Trade Representative may promulgate regulations appropriate to provide for the allocations established pursuant to this paragraph. Such regulations may, among other things, provide for the issuance of certificates of eligibility to accompany any sugars, syrups or molasses (including any specialty sugars) imported from any country or area for which an allocation has been provided and for such minimum quota amounts as may be appropriate to provide reasonable access to the U.S. market for imports from the "Other specified countries and areas." " {c)(i) Subheading 1701.11.02 shall not be applicable if any duties imposed on the entry of sugar under subheading 1701.11.03, 1701.12.02, 1701.91.22, 1701.99.02, 1702.90.32, 1806.10.42, or 2106.90.12 are refunded, as drawback pursuant to section 313 of the Tariff Act of 1930, as amended, on the basis, or as a result, of the exportation pursuant to subheading 1701.11.02 of any refined sugar or sugar-containing product, whether such article has been produced or manufactured from sugar entered under subheading 1701.11.02 or from other sugar. Subheading 1701.11.02 shall not be applicable if any duties imposed on the entry of sugar under subheading 1701.11.03, 1701.12.02, 1701.91.22, 1701.99.02, 1702.90.32, 1806.10.42, or 2106.90.12 are refunded, as drawback pursuant to section 313 of the Tariff Act of 1930, as amended, on the basis, or as a result, of the exportation of any polyhydric alcohol, if such polyhydric alcohol has been produced or manufactured from sugar entered under subheading 1701.11.02. The Commissioner of Customs shall suspend liquidation of entries of sugar entered under subheading 1701.11.02 until he/she is satisfied that a claim for drawback of duties imposed under subheading 1701.11.03, 1701.12.02, 1701.91.22, 1701.99.02, 1702.90.32, 1806.10.42, or 2106.90.12 has not, and cannot be, based on the exportation of such polyhydric alcohol, refined sugar or sugar-containing product; if the Commissioner of Customs is not satisfied that the drawback of such duties has not and will not be claimed, he/she shall liquidate the entry of such imported sugar at the rates provided for under subheading 1701.11.03. "(ii) A drawback entry and all documents necessary to complete a drawback claim, including those issued by one Customs officer to another, with respect to the refund of any duties imposed under subheadings 1701.11.01, 1701.11.02, 1701.11.03, 1701.12.01, 1701.12.02, 1701.91.21, 1701.91.22, 1701.99.01, 1701.99.02, 1702.90.31, 1702.90.32, 1806.10.41, 1806.10.42, 2106.90.11 and 2106.90.12, shall be filed or applied for, as applicable, within 90 days after the date of exportation of the articles on which drawback is claimed, except that any landing certificate required by regulations issued by the United States Customs Service shall be