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107 STAT. 2066 PUBLIC LAW 103-182—DEC. 8, 1993 "(B) Sections 302 and 304(f). "(C) Sections 404, 409, and 4100)).". 19 USC 3317. SEC. 106. CONGBESSIONAL INTENT REGARDING FUTURE ACCESSIONa (a) IN GENERAL.—Section 101(a) may not be construed as conferring Congressional approval of the entry into force of the Agreement for the United States with respect to countries other than Canada and Mexico. (b) FUTURE FREE TRADE AREA NEGOTIATIONS. — (1) FINDINGS. —The Congress makes the following findings: (A) Efforts by the United States to obtain greater market opening through multilateral negotiations have not produced agreements that fully satisfy the trade negotiating objectives of the United States. (B) United States trade policy should provide for additional mechanisms with which to pursue greater market access for United States exports of goods and services and opportunities for export-related investment by United ~ States persons. (C) Among the additional mechanisms should be a system of bilateral and multilateral trade agreements that provide greater market access for United States exporte and opportunities for export-related investment by United States persons. (D) The system of trade agreemente can and should be structured to be consistent with, and complementery to, existing international obligations of the United States and ongoing multilateral efforte to open markete. (2) REPORT ON SIGNIFICANT MARKET OPENING.— NO later than May 1, 1994, and May 1, 1997, the Trade Representative shall submit to the President, and to the Committee on Finance of the Senate and the Committee on Ways and Means of the Hovise of Representatives (hereafter in this section referred to as the "appropriate Congressional committees"), a report which liste those foreign countries— (A) thal^ (i) currently provide fair and equiteble market access for United States exporte of goods and services and opportunities for export-related investment by United States persons, beyond what is required by existing multilateral trade agreemente or obligations; or (ii) have made significant progress in opening their markete to United States exporte of goods and services and export-related investment by United States persons; and (B) the further opening of whose markete has the greatest potential to increase United States exporte of goods and services and export-related investment by United States persons, either directly or through the establishment of a beneficial precedent. (3) PRESIDENTIAL DETERMINATION. —The President, on the basis of the report submitted by the Trade Representative under paragraph (2), shall determine with which foreign country or countries, if any, the United States should seek to negotiate a free trade area agreement or agreemente.