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107 STAT. 2138 PUBLIC LAW 103-182—DEC. 8, 1993 (2) the amendment, filing, and service of such pleadings and papers; (3) the joinder, suspension, and termination of such reviews; and (4) other appropriate procedural matters. (b) RULES OF PROCEDURE FOR EXTRAORDINARY CHALLENGE COMMITTEES.— The administering authority shall prescribe rules, negotiated in accordance with paragraph 2 of Annex 1904.13, governing the procedures for reviews by extraordinary challenge committees. (c) RULES OF PROCEDURE FOR SAFEGUARDING THE PANEL REVIEW SYSTEM. —The administering authority shall prescribe rules, negotiated in accordance with Annex 1905.6, governing the procedures for special committees described in such Annex. Federal (d) PUBLICATION OF RULES. —The rules prescribed under subwil^^tion sections (a), (b), and (c) shall be published in the Federal Register. (e) ADMINISTERING AUTHORITY. —As used in this section, the term "administering authority^ has the meaning given such term in section 771(1) of the Tariff Act of 1930 (19 U.S.C. 1677(1)). 19 USC 3436. SEC. 408. SUBSIDY NEGOTIATIONS. In the case of any trade a^ement which may be entered into by the President with a NAFTA country, the negotiating objectives of the United States with respect to subsidies shall incluoe— (1) achievement of increased discipline on domestic subsidies provided by a foreign government, including— (A) the provision of capital, loans, or loan guarantees on terms inconsistent with commercial considerations; (B) the provision of goods or services at preferential rates; (C) the granting of funds or forgiveness of debt to cover operating losses sustained by a specific industry; and (D) the assiunption of any costs or expenses of manufacture, production, or distribution; (2) achievement of increased discipline on export subsidies provided by a foreign government, particularly with respect to agricultiiral products; and (3) maintenance of effective remedies against subsidized imports, including, where appropriate, countervailing duties. 19 USC 3487. SEC. 407. IDENTIFICATION OF INDUSTRIES FACING SUBSIDIZED IMPORTS. (a) PETITIONS.— Any entity, including a trade association, firm, certified or recognized union, or group of workers, that is representative of a United States industry and has reason to believe— (1) that— (A) as a result of implementation of provisions of the Agreement, the industry is likely to face increased competition from subsidized imports, from a NAFTA country, with which it directly competes; or (B) the industry is likely to face increased competition from subsidized imports with which it directly competes from any other country designated by the President, following consultations with the Congress, as benefiting from a reduction of tariffs or other trade barriers under a trade agreement that enters into force with respect to the United States after January 1, 1994; and