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56 STAT.] ARGENTINA-RECIPROCAL TRADE-OCT. 14 , 1941 Spare parts for typewriters Tractors of every kind and for every use and motors Dictaphones Machines for shelling or husking, with internal combustion motors, with or without motor, and with or without tarpaulins or oilcloth covers Machines for threshing, with internal combustion motors, with or without motor, and with or without tarpau- lins or oilcloth covers Oil burners, of steel or brass Accessories of steel for radio Drills, riveters, hammers, etc., and similar tools (pneumatic) which operate by compressed air Sulphur in lump, whether obtained by Frasch system or not of 97% purity or higher Present tariff practice will be main- tained until the National Congress ratifies this Agreement with its annexed Schedules. Will continue to be entered under item 1830 and present tariff prac- tice will be maintained with re- spect to the entry of all parts and accessories intended for the same. Present tariff practice will be main- tained until the National Congress ratifies this Agreement with its annexed Schedules. Will continue to be entered under item 1834 and present tariff prac- tice will be maintained with re- spect to the entry of all parts and accessories intended for the same. Will continue to be entered under item 1835 and present tariff practice will be maintained with respect to the entry of all parts and accessories intended for the same. Will continue to be entered under item 2005. Will continue to be entered under item 2203. Will continue to be entered under item 2352. Will be entered under item 4350. The Argentine Government intends to amend the present wording of the customs tariff in force and at that time will take all necessary measures in order that the articles included in this note may definitively enter the Argentine customs tariff. If such opportunity should present itself, the assimilation of the customs regime provided for in Schedule I with the new legal text of the Argentine tariff will be effected in such a way that the reductions and consolidations which the said agreement secures to goods from the United States of America may be maintained in their entirety. Accept, Mr. Ambassador, the renewed assurance of my highest consideration. E. RuIz GuIRazf The Honorable NORMAN ARMOUR Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the United States of America. 1757