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3816 RECIPROCAL TRADE-BRAZIL. America, if now free of duty, con- tinue to be exempt from ordi- nary customs dutIes or, if now dutiable, shall be exempt from ordinary customs duties in excess of those set forth in the said Schedule. All of the said articles enumerated and described in Schedule II shall be exempt also from all other duties, taxes, fees, charges, or exactions, imposed on or in connection with importation, in excess of those imposed or required to be imposed by laws of the United States of America in effect on the day of the signature of this Agreement. ARTICLE V Government monopo In the event that either the olies; treatment. United States of America or the Foreign exchanges. United States of Brazil estab- lishes or maintains an official monopoly or centralized agency for the Importation of or trade in a particular commodity, the Government establishing or main- taining such monopoly or central- ized agency will give sympathetic consideration to all representa- tions that the other Government may make with respect to alleged discriminations against its com- merce in connection with pur- chases by such official monopoly or centralized agency. ARTICLE VI The two Governments agree that if they shaH establish or maintain a control of the foreign exchanges, they will accord to the nationals and commerce of each other the most general and complete application of the un- conditional most-favored-nation principle. The provisions of this Article may be terminated by either Government on sixty days' writ- ten notice. ARTICLE VII Internal tax exemp- tions. All articles the growth, produce or manufacture of the United States of America or the United Statp.s of Brazil, shall, after im- portation into the other country, se acturumente livres de direitos, continuarao isentos de direitos alfandegarios ordinarios, e se ac- tualmente sujeitos a direitos, fica- rao isentos de direitos alfande- garios ordinarios em excesso dos que sao estipulados na referida tabella" Todos os artigos enu- merados e descriptos na tabella II ficarao tambem isentos de quaesquer outros direitos, taxas, custas, encargos ou exac~oes, re- ferentes a importa~ao, que exce- derem os estabelecidos ou pre- vistos nas leis dos Estados Unidos da America, em vigor no dia da assignatura deste tratado_ ARTIGO V Sa os Estados Unidos do Brasil ou os Estados Unidos do. America mantiverem ou vierem a estabe- lecer algum mono polio official ou agencia central para a impor- ta~ao ou 0 commercio de urn de- terminado producto, 0 governo que estabelecer ou mantiver tal monopolio ou agencia central acolhera com sympathia todas as representa~oes que 0 outro go- verno possa fazer com referencia a discrimina~oes que allegue serem desfavoraveis ao seu commercio, no que respeite a compras feitas pelo referido monopolio ou agen- cia central. ARTIGO VI Os dois governos conv~m em que, se mantiverem ou vierem a estabelecer uma rCoooulanlento.~ao de cambio estrangeiro, concedera.o aos nacionaes e 0.0 commercio de urn e outro paiz a o.pplica~ao mais geral e completa do principio in- condiciono.l da na~ao msis favore- cida. Este artigo podera ser denun- ciado por qualquer dos governos mediante notifica~ao de sessenta dias. ARTIGO VII Todos os artigos cultivados, produzidos ou fabricados nos Estados Unidos do Brasil ou nos Estados Unidos da America, ficarao, depois de importados no