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106 STAT. 4902 PUBLIC LAW 102-582—NOV. 2, 1992 President. President. States or of a nation included on a list published under paragraph (1); and (B) deny entry of that vessel to any place in the United States and to the navigable waters of the United States. (3) NOTIFICATION OF NATION. —Before the publication of a hst of nations under paragraph (1), the Secretary of State shall notify each nation included on that list regarding— (A) the effect of that publication on port privileges of vessels of that nation under paragraph (1); and (B) any sanctions or requirements, under this Act or any other law, that may be imposed on that nation if nationals or vessels of that nation continue to conduct large-scale driftnet fishing beyond the exclusive economic zone of any nation after December 31, 1992. (b) SANCTIONS. — (1) IDENTIFICATIONS.— (A) INITIAL IDENTIFICATIONS. —Not later than January 10, 1993, the Secretary of Commerce shall— (i) identify each nation whose nationals or vessels are conducting large-scale driftnet fishing beyond the exclusive economic zone of any nation; and (ii) notify the President and that nation of the identification under clause (i). (B) ADDITIONAL IDENTIFICATIONS. —A t any time after January 10, 1993, whenever the Secretary of Commerce has reason to believe tiiat the nationals or vessels of any nation are conducting large-sctde driftnet fishing beyond the exclusive economic zone of any nation, the Secretary of Commerce shall— (i) identify that nation; and (ii) notify the President and that nation of the identification under clause (i). (2) CONSULTATIONS.—Not later than 30 days afl^er a nation is identified under pturagraph (I)(B), the President shall enter into consultations with the government of that nation for the purpose of obtaining an agreement that will efiTect the immediateterminationof large-scale driftnet fishing by the nationals or vessels of that nation beyond the exclusive economic zone of any nation. (3) PROHIBITION ON IMPORTS OF FISH AND FISH PRODUCTS AND SPORT FISHING EQUIPMENT. — (A) PROHIBITION.— The President— (i) upon receipt of notification of the identification of a nation under paragraph (I)(A); or (ii) if the consultetions with the government of a nation under paragraph (2) are not satisfactorily concluded within ninety days, shall direct the Secretary of the Treasury to prohibit the importation into the United States of fish and fish products and sport fishing equipment (as that term is defined in section 4162 of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 (26 U.S.C. 4162)) from that nation. (B) IMPLEMENTATION OF PROHIBITION.— With respect to an import prohibition directed under subparagraph (A), the Secretary of the Treasury shall implement sudi prohibition not later than the date that is forty-five days after