(6) In order to make compliant and technical corrections to certain provisions of the HTS standard, HTS and Proclamation 6763 are amended in accordance with the measures set out in Proclamation 6763[above], as indicated in the appendix of this proclamation. 1. On 15 April 1994, the President concluded trade agreements arising from the multilateral trade negotiations of the Uruguay Round (`Uruguay Round Agreements`). In Section 101 (a) of the Uruguay Round Agreements Act (“URAA”) (Public Law 103-465; 108 Stat. 4809) [19 U.S.C 3511 (a)] Congress approved the Uruguay Round Agreements, which are listed in Section 101 (d) of this Act. , effective January 1, 1995. (9) All provisions of previous proclamations and executive orders that are inconsistent with the actions taken in this proclamation are replaced to the extent that this contradiction exists. (d) The declaration of administrative measures approved by Congress in Section 101, a2) of the URAA (19 U.C 3511 a) (2)) provides that “copyright is generally restored on the date of the effective date of the obligations of the TRIPS agreement for the United States.” by. 2. Moreover, and without undermining the aforementioned safeguards, after I have established that the World Trade Organization is an international public organization in which the United States participates within the meaning of the International Organizations Immunities Act [22 U.S.C 288 and following], I consider the World Trade Organization to be an international public organization entitled to enjoy privileges. , immunities and immunities granted by this Act.
, with the exception of Section 6 of this Act [22 U.C 288c], which provides for a property tax exemption imposed by or under the authority of a law of Congress, does not apply to taxes levied on property or the portion of property that is not used for the purposes of the World Trade Organization. The leasing or lease of its assets by the World Trade Organization to another entity or person to generate revenue is not considered to be used for the purposes of the World Trade Organization. Whether a property or part of these assets is used for the purposes of the World Trade Organization is determined at the sole discretion of the Secretary of State or the Representative of the Secretary of State. This term is not intended to cover the privileges, exceptions or immunities enjoyed by the World Trade Organization or that can be acquired through international agreements or actions of Congress. 2. (a) Sections 1102 (a) and (e) of the 1988 Omnibus Trade and Competition Act; as amended (“1988 Act”) (19 U.C 2902 a) and (e)) authorizes the President to amend or maintain existing duties, such as the continuation of the existing duty-free or excise-free regime, or additional tariffs, as he deems necessary or appropriate to implement the trade agreements concluded in these sections to announce.