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PUBLIC LAW 102-138—OCT. 28, 1991 105 STAT. 709 (H) the detention and arrest of religious leaders and members of religious groups, including those under house arrest, detained, or imprisoned as a result of their expressions of religious belief. (2) Weapons proliferation— (A) Exports by the People's Republic of China which relate to improving the military capabilities of nations in the Middle East and South Asia, including a description of previous and potential future transfers of— (i) M-series ballistic missile systems, and of technology and assistance related to the production of such missile systems; (ii) technologies capable of producing weapons-grade nuclear material; and (iii) technology and materials needed for the production or use of chemical and biological arms. (B) JOINING ARMS SUPPLIER REGIMES. —The adoption of guidelines and restrictions set forth by— (i) the Missile Technology Control Regime; (ii) the Australia Group on Chemical and Biological arms proliferation; and (iii) the Nuclear Suppliers Group. (3) Restrictions on trade between the United States and China, which are not described in the National Trade Estimate Report required under section 181 of the Trade Act of 1974, including— (A) internal trade barriers to American goods and products, with particular attention paid to those implemented since the Tiananmen Square massacre in 1988; (B) regulations established since 1988 to ensure strict control over more than 100 categories of products; (C) excessive duties imposed on imports to China; (D) excessive licensing requirements for imported goods; (E) restrictions on private ownership of property, including capital; (F) section 301 violations, including attempts to evade United States import quotas; and (G) protection for intellectual property. (b) HISTORICAL BACKGROUND. —The report shall also include— (1) a compendium of the most significant actions taken by the Chinese government since the Tiananmen Square massacre in each of the areas of the report (human rights, arms sales and nuclear proliferation and trade); and (2) a list of the most significant United States actions taken since 1988 to underscore United States concerns about Chinese policies, including consultations and communications encouraging other governments to take similar actions. (c) CLASSIFIED ANNEX. —The report may include a classified annex detailing Chinese arms sales and nuclear weapons proliferation activities. All other sispects of the report shall be unclassified. (d) APPROPRIATE CONGRESSIONAL COMMITTEES.— The "appropriate congressional committees" referred to in subsection (a) shall include the Committee on Foreign Relations and the Committee on Finance of the Senate and the Committee on Foreign Affairs and the Committee on Ways and Means of the House of Representatives. 49-194O-92-24:QL.3Part1