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107 STAT. 2146 PUBLIC LAW 103-182—DEC. 8, 1993 "(11) an interested party that is a person of that country and that was a party to the panel or committee review, or "(III) an interested party that is a person of that country and that was a party to the proceeding in connection with whic»i panel review was requested, but only if the time period for filing notices of appearance in the panel review has not expired. "(D)(i) TRANSFER FOR JUDICIAL REVIEW UPON SETTLE- MENT.—If the Trade Representative achieves a settlement with the government of a country described in subsection (fKlO)(A) or (B) pursuant to paragraph 7 of article 1905 of the NAFTA, and referral for judicial review is among the terms of such settlement, any final determination that is the subject of a binational panel review or an extraordinary challenge committee review shall, upon a request described in clause (ii), be transferred to the United States Court of International Trade (in accordance with rules issued by the Court) for review under subsection (a). "(ii) A request referred to in clause (i) is a request made by— "(I) the country referred to in clause (i), "(II) an interested party that was a party to the panel or committee review, or "(III) an interested party that was a party to the proceeding in connection with which panel review was requested, but only if the time for filing notices of appearance in the panel review has not expired.". SEC. 412. CONFORMING ABfENDMENTS TO OTHER PROVISIONS OF THE TARIFF ACT OF IftSO. (a) REGULATIONS FOR APPRAISEMENT AND CLASSIFICATION; FINALITY AND DECISION.— Sections 502(b) and 514(b) of the Tariff Act of 1930 (19 U.S.C. 1502(b) and 1514(b)) are each amended by inserting "the North American Free Trade Agreement or" before "the United States-Canada Free-Trade Agreement". (b) DEFINITION.—Section 771 of the Tariff Act of 1930 (19 U.S.C. 1677) is amended— (1) by redesignating as paragraph (21) (and placing in numerical sequence) the second paragraph that is designated as paragraph (18) (relating to the demiition of the United States-Canada Agreement) in such section; and (2) by inserting after paragraph (21) (as redesignated by paragraph (1) of this subsection) the following new paragraph: ^(22) NAFTA. —The term 'NAFTA' means the North American Free Trade Agreement.". (c) DISCLOSURE OF PROPRIETARY INFORMATION IN TITLE VII PROCEEDINGS.—Section 777(0 of the Tariff Act of 1930 (19 U.S.C. 1677f(f)) is amended— (1) by inserting "THE NORTH AMERICAN FREE TRADE AGREE- MENT OR" before "THE UNITED STATES-CANADA AGREEMENT" in the heading; (2) by inserting "the NAFTA or" before "the United States- Canada Agreement" each place it appears in paragraph (I)(A); (3) in the second sentence of paragraph (1)(A)—