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107 STAT. 2086 PUBLIC LAW 103-182—DEC. 8, 1993 without regard to whether the good or material is sold for export. (34) UNDERBODY.—The term "underbody" means the floor pan of a motor vehicle. (35) USED.— The term 'Sised" means used or consumed in the production of goods. (q) PRESroENTIAL PROCLAMATION AUTHORITY.— (1) IN GENERAL.— The President is authorized to proclaim, as a part of the HTS— (A) the provisions set out in Appendix 6.A of Annex 300-B, Annex 401, Annex 403.1, Annex 403.2, and Annex 403.3, of the Agreement, and (B) any additional subordinate category necessary to cany out this title consistent with the Agreement. (2) MODIFICATIONS.—Subject to the consultation and lay- over requirements of section 103, the President may proclaim— (A) modifications to the provisions proclaimed under the authority of paragraph (1)(A), other than the provisions of paragraph A of Appendix 6 of Annex 300-B and section XI of part B of Annex 401 of the Agreement; and (B) a modified version of the definition of any term set out in subsection (p) (and such modified version of the definition shall supersede the version in subsection (p)), but only if the modified version reflects solely those ^•yf modifications to the same term in article 415 of the Agreement that are agreed to by the NAFTA countries before the 1st anniversary of the date of the enactment of this Act. (3) SPECIAL RULES FOR TEXTILES. —Notwithstanding the provisions of paragraph (2)(A), and subject to the consultation and layover requirements of section 103, the President may proclaim— (A) modifications to the provisions proclaimed under the authority of paragraph (I)(A) as are necessaryto implement an agreement with one or more of the NAFTA countries pursuant to paragraph 2 of section 7 of Annex 300- B of the Agreement, and I (B) before the 1st anniversary of the date of the enactment of this Act, modifications to correct any typographical, clerical, or other nonsubstantive technical error regarding the provisions of Appendix 6.A of Annex 300-B and section XI of part B of Annex 401 of the Agreement. 19 USC 3333. SEC. 203. DRAWBACK. (a) DEFINITION OF A GOOD SUBJECT TO NAFTA DRAWBACK. — For purposes of this Act and the amendments made by subsection (b), the term "good subject to NAFTA drawback" means any imported good other than the following: (1) A good entered under bond for transportation and exportation to a NAFTA country. (2) A good exported to a NAFTA country in the same condition as when imported into the United States. For purposes of this paragraph— (A) processes such as testing, cleaning, repacking, or inspecting a good, or preserving it in its same condition, shall not be considered to change the condition of the >K good, and