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PROCLAMATION 3431—SEPT. 18, 1961
be required or appropriate to carry out the trade agreement specified in the first recital of this proclamation on and after January 1, 1948, which proclamation has been supplemented and amended by subsequent proclamations; 3. WHEREAS, the period for the exercise of the authority to enter into foreign-trade agreements pursuant to section 350 of the Tariff Act of 1930, as amended, having been extended (63 Stat, (pt. 1) 697), the President, on October 10, 1949, entered into a trade agreement with certain foreign countries providing for the accession to the General Agreement of these foreign countries, which trade agreement for accession consists of the Annecy Protocol of Terms of Accession to the General Agreement (hereinafter referred to as "Annecy-1949"), including the annexes thereto (64 Stat, (pt. 3) B141); 4. WHEREAS, by Proclamation No. 2867 of December 22, 1949 (64 Stat. (pt. 2) A380), the President proclaimed such modifications of existing duties and the other import restrictions of the United States of America and such continuance of existing customs or excise treatment of articles imported into the United States of America as were then found to be required or appropriate to carry out the trade agreement for accession on and after January 1, 1950, which proclamation has been supplemented and amended by subsequent proclamations, including Proclamation No. 2884 of April 27, 1950 (64 Stat. (pt. 2) A399); 5. WHEREAS, acting under and by virtue of the authority vested in him by section 350 of the Tariff Act of 1930, as amended (48 Stat. (pt. 1) 943, 57 Stat, (pt. 1) 125, 59 Stat. (pt. 1) 410, 63 Stat, (pt. 1) 698, 69 Stat. 162), and by section 7(c) of the Trade Agreements Extension Act of 1951 (65 Stat. 74), and in accordance with Article XIX of the General Agreement, the President, by Proclamation No. 3211 of November 9, 1957, proclaimed the withdrawal of the duty concession granted by the United States with respect to spring clothespins de-