NAFTA: Tariffs by Anonymous

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6104.53 Womens/girls skirts, of synthetic fibres, knitted 6104.53.00 C 6104.53.10 C 6104.53.FA C 6104.53.20 B 6104.53.01 C

6104.59 Womens/girls skirts, of other textile materials, knitted 6104.59.00 C 6104.59.10 B 6104.59.FA C 6104.59.20 B 6104.59.99 C 6104.59.2V A

6104.61 Womens/girls trousers and shorts, of wool or fine animal hair, 6104.61.00 C 6104.61.00 C 6104.61.01 C

6104.62 Womens/girls trousers and shorts, of cotton, knitted 6104.62.00 C 6104.62.10 A 6104.62.FA C 6104.62.20 B 6104.62.01 C

6104.63 Womens/girls trousers and shorts, of synthetic fibres, knitted 6104.63.00 C 6104.63.10 A 6104.63.FA C 6104.63.15 C 6104.63.01 C 6104.63.20 A

6104.69 Womens/girls trousers and shorts, of other textile materials, 6104.69.00 C 6104.69.10 A 6104.69.FA C 6104.69.20 A 6104.69.FB C 6104.69.30 B 6104.69.FC C 6104.69.3V A 6104.69.FD C 6104.69.3W A 6104.69.99 C

6105.10 Mens/boys shirts, of cotton, knitted 6105.10.00 C 6105.10.00 B 6105.10.01 C

6105.20 Mens/boys sh

NAFTA: Treaty by Anonymous

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cate that such information cannot be summarized, the reasons why a summary cannot be provided.

8. Evidence of injury and causation:

(a) In conducting its proceeding the competent investigating authority shall gather, to the best of its ability, all relevant information appropriate to the determination it must make. It shall evaluate all relevant factors of an objective and quantifiable nature having a bearing on the situation of that industry, in particular, the rate and amount of the increase in imports of the good concerned, in absolute and relative terms, the share of the domestic market taken by increased imports, and changes in the level of sales, production, productivity, capacity utilization, profits and losses, and employment. In making its determination, the competent investigating authority may also consider other economic factors, such as changes in prices and inventories, and the ability of firms in the industry to generate capital;

(b) The competent investigating authority sh

Archeological Investigations by Gerard Fowke

Author: Gerard Fowke
Published: 1922
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ntrances so small that it is necessary to crawl through–any of these, if cleared out to the bottoms, might disclose material dating back to very early times.

It might seem that the air in a cave constantly occupied would grow stale and close; while smoke from the fires would in time become annoying. But Indians used for fuel only dry wood and bark, the smoke from which would be a negligible factor. The varying pressure of the atmosphere outside creates a current of air in or out which is usually imperceptible but which penetrates to the deepest recesses and insures ventilation.

In view of the very primitive conditions under which cave dwellers lived, as denoted by the artificial objects which they left, and the low mentality indicated by the skulls, Mr. W.H. Holmes suggests that a careful and extended study of these abodes may disclose a culture lower than that prevailing among out-door dwellers in the same localities. As no effort would be required to secure warmth and shelter, and as food was

Animal Carvings from Mounds of the Mississippi Valley by Henry W. Henshaw

Author: Henry W. Henshaw
Published: 1882
Language: English
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tion that the Mound-Builders held contemporaneous possession of the country embraced in the range of the animals whose effigies are supposed to have been exhumed from their graves worthy of serious discussion. If true, it would involve the contemporaneous occupancy by the Mound-Builders, not only of the Southern United States but of the region stretching into Southern Mexico, and even, according to the ideas of some authors, into Central and South America, an area which, it is needless to say, no known facts will for a moment justify us in supposing a people of one blood to have occupied contemporaneously.

Assuming, therefore, that the sculptures in question are the work of the Mound-Builders and are not derived from distant parts through the agency of trade, of which there would appear to be little doubt, and, assuming that the sculptures represent the animals they have been supposed to represent–of which something remains to be said–the theory that the acquaintance of the Mound-Builders with these

NAFTA: Annexes by Anonymous

Author: Anonymous
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ating used vehicles that are at least four years old;

(e) after January 1, 2017, Mexico may not adopt or maintain prohibitions or restrictions on imports from the territories of Canada or United States of originating used vehicles that are at least two years old; and

(f) after January 1, 2019, Mexico may not adopt or maintain prohibitions or restrictions on imports from the territories of Canada or United States of originating used vehicles, regardless of age.

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Appendix B: Definitions

Note: (The following terms shall be defined as provided in the Auto Decree and Auto Decree Implementing Regulations, incorporating those specific modifications required by this Appendix.

For purposes of transparency, set out below for each term are the corresponding Spanish term, citations to the relevant provisions of the Auto Decree and Auto Decree Implementing Regulations and, where appropriate, the paragraph

Address by Honorable William C. Redfield, Secretary of Commerce at Conference of Regional Chairmen of the Highway Transport Committee Council of National Defence by U.S. Government

Author: U.S. Government
Published: 1918
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iver bank on either side are two of our fine highways. Neither the railroad nor the river meet all the needs of the men living on those roads. You might build the railroads up until they are 10 tracks wide, but you do not fully help the farmer 10 miles away to get his produce to market. And you might fill the river with steamers, and he may be still isolated. There must come something to his farm which transports his produce easily and systematically and in harmony with other methods in duplex action going and coming. So our friend the farmer must have the rural express or its equivalent, which comes to his door, which in the morning connects him up with all the round earth and brings him what he wants of the earth’s products back to his door that night.

I can not think of that except as a matter of common sense. It is a thing which has got to be, and in a very few years, at least, will be as accepted as such things as the rising of the sun and the setting of the sun. It will be considered normal. You

An Assessment of the Consequences and Preparations for a Catastrophic California Earthquake: Findings and Actions Taken by Various Authors

Author: Various Authors
Published: 1980
Language: English
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the event, but would resume service over a few weeks to months. The principal difficulty would be the greatly increased need for these systems in the first few days after the event, when lifesaving activities would be paramount.

Portions of the San Francisco Bay Area and of the Los Angeles Area contain substantial concentrations of manufacturing capacity for guided missiles and space vehicles, semiconductors, aircraft parts, electronic computing equipment, and airframes. Their specific vulnerability to the postulated earthquakes was not analyzed. In the event of major damage, however, the long-term impacts may be mitigated somewhat by such measures as the use of underutilized capacity located elsewhere, substitution of capacity from other industries, imports, use of other products, and drawing-down of inventories.

Since we have not recently experienced a catastrophic earthquake in the United States, there are many unknowns which must be estimated with best judgment. This is true particularly for