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PUBLIC LAW 103-182—DEC. 8, 1993 107 STAT. 2125 "(i) determine, on a scientific basis, that a requirement of an exporting country does not achieve the level of protection that the Secretary considers appropriate; and "(ii) provide the basis for the determination to the exporting country in writing on request. "(2) A certification by the Secretary that, except as provided in paragraph (1), foreign plants that export carcasses or meat or meat products referrea to in subsection (a) have complied with requirements that are at least eoual to all inspection and building construction standards and all other provisions of this Act and regulations issued under this Act."; (5) in paragraphs (3) through (7) (as redesignated by paragraph (3)), by striking "the" the first place it appears in each paragraph and inserting The"; (6) m paragraphs (3) through (5) (as so redesignated), by striking the semicolon at the end of each paragraph and inserting a period; and (7) in paragraph (6) (as so redesignated), by striking ; and" at the end and inserting a period. (g) PEANUT BUTTER AND PEANUT PASTE.— (1) IN GENERAL.—Except as provided in paragraph (2), all peanut butter and peanut paste m the United States domestic market shall be processedfirompeanuts that meet the quality standards established for peanuts under Marketing Agreement No. 146. (2) IMPORTS. — Peanut butter and peanut paste imported into the United States shall comply mth paragraph (1) or with sanitary measures that achieve at least the same level of sanitary protection. (h) ANIMAL HEALTH BIOCONTAINMENT FACILITY.— (1) GRANT FOR CONSTRUCTION.— The Secretary of Agriculture shall make a grant to a land grant college or university described in paragraph (2) for the construction of a facility at the college or university for the conduct of research in animal health, disease-transmitting insects, and toxic chemicals that requires the use of biocontainment facilities and equipment. The facility to be constructed with the grant shall be known as the "Southwest Regional Animal Health Biocontainment Facility". (2) GRANT RECIPIENT DESCRIBED.— TO be eligible for the grant under paragraph (1), a land grant college or university must be— (A) located in a State a4jacent to the international border with Mexico; and (B) determined by the Secretary of Agriculture to have an established program in animal health research and education and to have a collaborative relationship with one or more colleges of veterinary medicine or universities located in Mexico. (3) AcTivmES OF THE FACILITY. —The facility constructed using the grant made under paragraph (1) shall be used for conducting the following activities: (A) The bioconteinment facility shall offer the ability to organize multidisciplinary international teams working on basic and applied resecu^h on diagnostic method development and disease control strategies, including development of vaccines.