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PROCLAMATION 6577--JULY 2, 1993 107 STAT. 2685 offices, especially with respect to events held on the premises of such commercial offices. 6. Each Party shall encoxirage and facilitate access of government commercial office personnel of Sie other Party to host-country officials, and to representatives of host-country nationals and companies. 7. This Agreement shall not derogate from obligations assimied by either Party concerning the establishment of existing government commercial offices. Article V—Business Facilitation 1. Each Party shall afford commercial representations of the other Party fair and equitable treatment with respect to the conduct of their operations. 2. Each Party shall endeavor to ensure that governmental decisions, rulings, and findings affecting the conduct of commercial activities are made expeditiously. 3. Subject to its laws and procedures governing immigration and foreign missions, each Party shall permit Qie establishment within its territory of commercial representations of nationals and companies of the other Party and shall accord such representations treatment at least as favorable as that accorded to commercial representations of nationals and companies of third countries. 4. Parties shall permit employees of commercial representations and members of their immediate families to enter the territory of the other Party and to travel therein freely, in accordance with the laws relating to the entry, stay and travel of aliens. Each Party agrees to make available multiple entry visas of duration of six months or longer to such persons and to members of their immediate families. 5. Subject to its laws and procediu'es governing immigration and foreign missions, each Party shall permit such commercial representations established in its territory to hire directly employees who are nationals of either Party or of third countries and to compensate such employees on terms and in a currency that is mutually agreed between the parties, consistent with such Party's minimum wage laws. 6. Each Party shall permit commercial representations of the other Party to import and use in accordance with normal commercial practices, office and other equipment, such as typewriters, photocopiers, computers and telefax machines, in connection with the conduct of their activities in the territory of such Party. 7. Each Party shall permit, on a nondiscriminatory basis and at nondiscriminatory prices (where such prices are set or controlled by the government), commercial representations of the other Party access to and use of office space and living accommodations, whether or not designated for use by foreigners. The terms and conditions of such access and use shall in no event be on a basis less favorable than that accorded to commercial representations of nationals and companies of third countries. 8. Subject to its laws and procedures governing immigration and foreign missions, each Party shall permit nationals and companies of the