Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 49 Part 2.djvu/1991

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RECIPROCAL TRADE-GUATEMALA. 3997 America or the Republic of Guate- mala, respectively, pertaining to the classification of articles for customs purposes or to rates of duty shall be published promptly in such a manner as to enable traders to become acquainted with them. Such laws, regulations and decisions shall be applied uniform- ly at all ports of the respective country, except as otherwise specifi- cally provided in statutes of the United States of America relating to articles imported into Puerto Rico. No administrative ruling by the United States of America or the Republic of Guatemala effect- ing advances in rates of duties or in charges applicable under an established and uniform practice to imports originating in the terri- tory of the other country, or im- posing any new requirement with resp('ct to such importations, shall be effective retroactively or with respect to articles either entered for or withdrawn for consumption prior to the expiration of thirty days after the date of publicati9ll- of notice of such ruling in tIle usual official manner. The pro- visions of this paragraph do not apply to administrative orders imposing anti-dumping duties, or relating to regulations for the pro- tection of human, animal, or plant life, or relating to public safety, o! . giving effect to judicial de- CISIons. ARTICLE XII In the event that a wide varia- tion occurs in the rate of exchange between the currencies of the United States of America and the Republic of Guatemala, the Gov- ernment of either country, if it considers the variation so sub- stantial as to prejudice the indus- tries or commerce of the country, shall be free to propose negotia- tions for the modification of this Agreement or to terminate this Agreement in its entirety on thirty days' written notice. ~ublica de Guatemala 0 de los Estados Unidos de America, res- pectivamente, en cuanto a clasi- ficaci6n de articulos para fines aduaneros 0 tasa de derechos, se publicaran oportunamente en for- ma tal que facilite a los comer- eiantes enterarse de ellos. Tales Unilonn application. leyes, reglamentos y decisiones se aplicaran con uniformidad en todos los puertos del pais respec- tivo, a excepci6n de 10 de otro modo dispuesto especificamente en estatutos de los Estados Unidos de America en relaci6n con arUculos importados 8. Puerto Rico. No tendra efecto retroactivo Administrative mi. d· "6 d" . 1 ing. etc. ISPOSICI n a mmlstratlV8. 8 . guna xo retroactive appli. de la Republica de Guatemala 0 cation. de los Estados Unidos de America, que aumente la tasa de los dere- chos 0 cargas aplicables por prac- tica estable y uniforme a las im- portaciones origin arias del terri- torio del otro pais, 0 que imponga cualquier nuevo requisito para tales importaciones, ni debera aplicarse tal disposici6n a arUculos introducidos al pais 0 retirados de la aduana para el consumo con anterioridad ala expiraci6n de los treinta dias a eontar de la feeha de Publicaci6n del reglamento en la . Anti-dumping duo , tIes forma oficial de costumbre. Las . estipulaciones de este parraio no son aplicables a 6rdenes adminis- trativas que establezcan derechos contra el "dumping", 0 se refieran a reglamentos para la protecci6n de la vida humana, animal 0 vege- tal, 0 ala seguridad publica, 0 que h.agan cumplir resoluciones judi- Clales. ARTICULO XII En caso de que varie sensible-

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1"d b" rate of exchange prej· mente e tlPO e cam 10 entre udicial. las monedas de la Republica de Guatemala y de los Estados Unidos de America, cada uno de los Gobiernos, si considera Ia variaci6n tan sustancial como para perjudicar las industrias 0 el comercio de su pais, estars. en libertad de proponer negocia- ciones para modificar este Con- venio,o para darlo por completa- mente terminado a los treinta dras de notificaci6n escrita.