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107 STAT. 2192 PUBLIC LAW 103-182—DEC. 8, 1993 " (2) REQUIREMENTS.—The Secretary shall publish, and periodically update, a list of those capabilities within the existing and planned components of the Program that a Program participant must have for purposes of this subsection. "(3) FlUNG OF ADDITIONAL INFORMATION. — "(A) IF INFORMATION ELECTRONICALLY ACCEPTABLE. — A Program participant that is eligible under paragraph (1) to file additional information from a remote location shall electronically file all such information that the Customs Service can accept electronically. "(B) ALTERNATIVE FILING.—If the Customs Service cannot accept additional information electronically, the Program participant shall file the paper documentation with respect to the information at the appropriate filing location. "(C) APPROPRIATE LOCATION. — For purposes of subparagraph (B), the 'appropriate location* is— "(i) before January 1, 1999, a designated location; and "(ii) afl«r December 31, 1998— "(I) if the paper documentation is required for release, a designated location; or "(11) if the paper documentation is not required '— for release, a remote location designated by the Customs Service or a designated location. "(D) OTHER. —A Program participant that is eligible under paragraph (1) to file additional information electronically from a remote location but chooses not to do so must file the paper docimientation with respect to the information at a designated location. "(c) POST-ENTRY SUMMARY INFORMATION.— A Program participant that is eligible to file electronically entry information under subsection (a) and additional information under subsection (b) from a remote location may file at any remote location designated by the Customs Service any information required by the Customs Service after entry summary. " (d) DEFINITIONS. —As used in this section: "(1) The term 'designated location' means a customs ofilce located in the customs district designated by the entry filer for purposes of customs examination of the merchandise. "(2) The term *Program participant' means, with respect to an entry of merchandise, any party entitled to make the entry under section 484(a)(2)(B).. SEC. 632. DRAWBACK AND REFUNDS. (a) AMENDMENTS. —Section 313 (19 U.S.C. 1313) is amended as follows: (1) Subsection (a) is amended— (A) by inserting "or destruction under customs supervision" after "Upon the exportation"; (B) by inserting "provided that those articles have not been used prior to such exportation or destruction," after "manufactured or produced in the United States with the use of imported merchandise,"; (C) by inserting "or destruction" after "refunded upon the exportation"; and