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PUBLIC LAW 103-182—DEC. 8, 1993 107 STAT. 2099 SEC. 210. PROHramON ON DRAWBACS FOR TBLBVI8ION PICTURE 19 USC 3334. TUBE& Notwithstanding any other provision of law, no customs duties may be refunded, waived, or reduced on color cathode-ray television picture tubes, including video monitor cathode-ray tubes (provided for in subheading 8540.11.00 of the HTS), that are nonoriginating goods under section 202(p)(19). and are^ (A) exported to a NAFTA country; (B) used as a material in the production of other goods that are exported to a NAFTA country; or (C) substituted for by goods of the same kind and quaUty used as a material in the production of other goods that are exported to a NAFTA country. SEC. 211. MONITORING OF TELEVISION AND PICTURE TUBE IMPORTS. 19 USC 3835. (a) MONITORING. — Bciginning on the date the Agreement enters into force with respect to the United States, the United States Customs Service shall, for a period of 5 years, monitor imports into the United States of articles described in subheading 8528.10 of the HTS from NAFTA countries and shall take action to exercise all rights of the United States under chapter 5 of the Agreement with respect to such imports. The United States Customs Service shall take appropriate action under chapter 5 of the Agreement with respect to such imports, including verifications to ensure that the rules of origin under the Agreement are fully complied with and that the duty drawback obligations contained in article 303 and Annex 303.8 of the Agreement are fully implemented and duties are correctly assessed. (b) REPORT TO TRADE REPRESENTATIVE.—The United States Customs Service shall make the results of the monitoring and verification required by subsection (a) available to the President and the Trade Representative. If, based on such information, the President has reason to believe that articles described in subheading 8540.11 of the HTS, intended for ultimate consumption in the United States, are entering the territory of a NAFTA country inconsistent with the provisions of the Agreement, or have been undervalued in a manner that may raise concerns under United States trade laws, thie President shall promptly take such action as may be appropriate under all relevant provisions of the Agreement, including article 317 and chapter 20, and under applicable United States trade statutes; SEC. 212. TITLE VIABIENDMENTS. 19 USC 58c note. Any amendment in this title to a law that is also amended under title VI shall be made after the title VI amendment is executed. SEC. 213. EFFECTIVE DATEa 19 USC 3331 (a) PROVISIONS EFFECTIVE ON DATE OF ENACTMENT. —Section 212 and this section take effect on the date of the enactment of this Act. (b) PROVISIONS EFFECTIVE WHEN AGREEMENT ENTERS INTO FORCE. — Section 201, section 202, section 203(a), (d), and (e), section 210 and section 211, the amendment made by section 203(c), and the amendments made by sections 204 through 209 take effect on the date the Agreement enters into force with respect to the United States. 69-194O-94-6:QL.3Part3