107 STAT. 2110 PUBLIC LAW 103-182—DEC. 8, 1993 Public information. pursuant to section 108B(f) of the Agricultural Act of 1949 (7 U.S.C. 1445c-^(f)). (B) REENTRY OF EXPORTED PEANUTS.—Paragraph (6) of section 358e(d) of the Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1938 (7 U.S.C. 1359a(d)(6)) is amended to read as follows: "(6) REENTRY OF EXPORTED PEANUTS.— "(A) PENALTY.— If any additional peanuts exported by a handler are reentered into the United States in commercial quantities as determined by the Secretary, the importer of the peanuts shall be subiect to a penalty at a rate equal to 140 percent of the loan level for quota peanuts on the quantity of peanuts reentered. "(B) RECORDS.—Each person, firm, or handler who imports peanuts into the United States shall maintain such records and docimients as are required by the Secretary to ensure compliance with this subsection.. (2) CONSULTATIONS ON IMPORTS.— I t is the sense of Congress that the United States should request consultations in the Working Group on Emergency Action, established in the Understanding Between the Parties to the North American Free Trade Agreement Concerning Chapter Eight—Emergency Action, if imports of peanuts exceed the in-quota quantity under a tarifT rate quota set out in the United States Schedule to Annex 302.2 of the Agreement concerning whether— (A) the increased imports of peanuts constitute a substantial cause of, or contribute importantly to, serious ii\jury, or threat of serious injury, to the domestic peanut industry; and (B) recourse under Chapter Eight of the Agreement or Article XIX of the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade is appropriate. (e) FRESH FRUITS, VEGETABLES, AND CUT FLOWERS. — (1) IN GENERAL. —The Secretary of Agriculture shall collect and compile the information specified under paragraph (3), if reasonably available, ftoza appropriate Federal departments and agencies and the relevant counterpart ministries of the Government of Mexico. (2) DESIGNATION OF AN OFFICE.— The Secretary of Agriculture shall designate an office within the United States Denartment of Agriculture to be responsible for maintaining ana disseminating, in a timely manner, the data accumulated for verifying citrus, finiit, vegetable, and cut flower trade between the United States and Mexico. The information shall be made available to the public and the NAFTA Agriculture Committee Working Groups. (3) INFORMATION COLLECTED. —The information to be collected, if reasonably available, includes— (A) monthly firesh firuit, firesh vegetable, firesh citrus, and processed citrus product import and export data; (B) montlily citrus juice production and export data; (C) data on inspections of shipments of citrus, vegetables, and cut flowers entering the United States from Mexico; and (D) in the case of firuits, vegetables, and cut flowers entering the United States from Mexico, data regarding— (i) planted and harvested acreage; and (ii) wholesale prices, quality, and grades.