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INTERNATIONAL AGREEMENTS OTHER THAN TREATIES [56 STAT. station by the United States Department of Agriculture, and the services of technologists quali- fied in the fields of land-survey- ing, topography, drainage, draft- ing, minor construction, chemical analysis and library management; (c) stenographers, clerks, mechan- ics, machinists, field plot and laboratory assistants, and such unskilled labor as may be neces- sary to conduct the work of the Tranportation in experiment station; and (d) the Ecuador. transportation expenses incurred by Ecuadoran and United States members of the station staff for travel on station business within Ecuador. Exemption from 4. The Government of Ecuador customs duties, taxes, etc. will provide: (a) entry free of cus- toms duties for (1) supplies and equipment for the station, and (2) supplies, clothes, foodstuffs and personal belongings of the North American members of the station staff whose salaries are paid by the Government of the United States; (b) exemption from all Ecuadoran taxes based upon salaries for those North American members of the station staff whose salaries are paid by the Government of the tcuadorangraduate United States; and (c) when pos- students in U. S. sible, Ecuadoran students in grad- uate study in each of the fields of agriculture in colleges or univer- sities in the United States. Ecdragemvelt by 5. The Ecuadoran Development ment Corporation. Corporation agrees: (a) to con- struct, (1) residences complete with furnishings for the North American and Ecuadoran mem- bers of the staff, (2) a laboratory, office and library building, (3) a hospital, and (4) service build- ings including repair shops, one or more buildings for the storage of para la Estaci6n por el Departa- mento de Agricultura de los Estados Unidos y los servicios de tecnicos adestrados en los ramos de medir terrenos topografia, de- sagiies, dibujos, construcciones me- nores, analisis quimicos y manejo de biblioteca; (c) mecan6grafos, excribientes, mecAnicos, asistentes de campo y de laboratories, y los peones necesarios para el trabajo de la Estaci6n Experimental; (d) los gastos de transporte contraidos por los miembros del personal norteamericano y ecuatoriano para viajar en asuntos de la Estaci6n dentro del Ecuador. 4. El Gobierno del Ecuador suministrara: (a) entrada libre de derechos de aduana para: (1) provisiones y equipos para la Estaci6n, y (2) provisiones, ropa, alimentos, y efectos personales del personal norteamericano de la Estaci6n cuyos sueldos son pro- porcionados por el Gobierno de los Estados Unidos; y (b) exenci6n de impuestos ecuatorianos sobre los salarios del personal norteameri- cano de la Estaci6n cuyos sueldos son proporcionados por el Gobier- no de los Estados Unidos; y (c) cuando sea posible, el envio de estudiantes ecuatorianos para se- guir cursos de estudios graduados en todos los ramos de agricultura en colegios y universidades de los Estados Unidos. 5. La Corporaci6n Ecuatoriana de Fomento conviene: (a) en construir, (1) residencias, com- pletamente equipadas, para el personal norteamericano y ecuato- riano, (2) un edificio para labora- toria, oficinas y bibliotecas, (3) un hospital, y (4) edificios de servicio, inclusos talleres de repara- ci6n, una o mas bodegas para 1790