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107 STAT. 2686 PROCLAMATION 6577-JULY 2, 1993 other Party to engage agents, consultants and distributors of either Party and of third countries on prices and terms mutually agreed between the parties. 9. Subject to its laws and procedures governing immigration and foreign missions, each Party shall pennit nationals and companies of the other Party to serve as agents, consultants and distributors of nationals and companies of either Party and of third countries on prices and terms mutually agreed between the parties. 10. Each Party shall permit nationals and companies of the other Party to advertise tiieir products and services (i) through direct agreement with the advertising media, including television, radio, print and billboard, and (ii) by direct mail, including the use of enclosed envelopes and cards preaddressed to that national or company. 11. Each Party shall encoiu:age direct contact, and permit direct sales, between nationals and companies of the other Party and end-users and other customers of their goods and services, and with agencies whose decisions will affect potential sales. 12. Each Party shall permit nationals and companies of the other Party to conduct market studies, either directly or by contract, within its territory. To facilitate the conduct of market research, each Party shall upon request make available non-confidential, non-proprietary information within its possession to nationals and companies of the other Party. 13. Each Party shall provide nondiscriminatory access to governmentprovided products and services, including public utilities and telecommimications facilities, to nationals and companies of the other Party in connection with the operation of their commercial representations. 14. Each Party shall permit commercial representations to stock an adequate supply of samples and replacement parts for after-sale service on a non-commercial basis. 15. Neither Party shall impose measures which unreasonably impair contractual or property rights or other interests acquired within its territory by nationals and companies of the other Party. 16. Paragraphs 6 and 14 of this Article shall not be construed to affect the application of ordinary customs and tariff laws. Article VI—Transparency 1. Each Party shall make available publicly on a timely basis all laws, regulations, judicial decisions, and administrative rulings related to commercial activity, including trade, investment, taxation, banking, insurance and other financial services, transport and labor. 2. Each Party shall provide nationals and companies of the other Party with access to available non-confidential, non-proprietary data and information on the national economy and individual sectors, including information on foreign trade, production figures, and other such information related to each Party's internal market.