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Title: North American Free Trade Agreement, 1992 Oct. 7 Tariff Phasing Descriptions
Author: Canada
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ANNEX I

1.   The Schedule of a Party sets out the reservations taken by
that Party, pursuant to Articles 1108(1) and 1206(2), with respect
to existing, non-conforming measures that derogate from an
obligation relating to:

     (a) national treatment, pursuant to Article 1102 (Investment)
 or 1202 (Services);

     (b) most-favored-nation treatment, pursuant to Article 1103
 (Investment) or 1203 (Services);

     (c) local presence, pursuant to Article 1205 (Services);

     (d) performance requirements, pursuant to Article 1106
 (Investment); or

     (e) nationality requirements for senior management or members
 of boards of directors, pursuant to Article 1107
 (Investment).

2.   Each reservation sets out the following elements (ftnt 1):

     (a) SECTOR refers to the general sector in which the
 reservation is taken;

     (b) SUB-SECTOR refers to the specific sector in which the
 reservation is taken;

     (c) INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION refers to the activity, where
 applicable, covered by the reservation according to
 domestic industry classification codes;

     (d) TYPE OF RESERVATION specifies the obligation referred to
 in paragraph 1 for which a reservation is taken;

     (e) LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT indicates the level of government
 maintaining the measure for which the Party is taking the
 reservation;

     (f) LEGAL CITATION identifies the specific existing measures,
 where applicable, for which the reservation is taken;
 (ftnt 2)

     (g) DESCRIPTION describes the non-conforming aspects of the
 existing measures for which the reservation is taken and,
 where applicable, commitments for liberalization upon
 entry into force of this Agreement; and

     (h) DURATION sets out the period for which the reservation is
 taken and the phase-in of commitments for liberalization.

3.   In the interpretation of a reservation, all elements of the
reservation should be considered.  Where the DURATION does not
provide for liberalization, the LEGAL CITATION shall govern to the
extent of any inconsistency with any other element.  Where the
DURATION provides for liberalization upon or after entry into force
of this Agreement, the DURATION shall govern to the extent of any
inconsistency with any other element.

4.   Where a Party maintains a measure that requires that a service
provider be a citizen, permanent resident or resident of its
territory as a condition to the provision of a service in its
territory, a reservation for Articles 1202, 1203 or 1205 taken with
respect to that measure shall operate as a reservation for Articles
1102 or 1103 with respect to the effect of that measure on the
ability of the service provider to establish an investment.

5.   For purposes of this Annex:

CMAP means Clasificaci¢n Mexicana de Actividades y Productos;

concession means an authorization provided by the State to a person
to exploit a natural resource or provide a service, for which
Mexican nationals and Mexican enterprises are granted priority over
foreigners;

CPC means Central Product Classification numbers as set out in
Statistical Office of the United Nations, Statistical Papers,
Series M, No. 77,  Provisional Central Product Classification,
1991;

foreigners' exclusion clause means the express provision in an
enterprise's by-laws, stating that the enterprise shall not allow
foreigners, directly or indirectly, to become partners or
shareholders of the enterprise;

international cargo means goods that have an origin or destination
outside the territory of a Party;

Mexican enterprise means an enterprise constituted under the laws
of Mexico;

Mexican national means a national of Mexico, as defined by the
Constitution of Mexico;

person of a Party means a national or an enterprise of a Party; and

SIC means:

     (a) with respect to Canada, Standard Industrial
 Classification (SIC) numbers as set out in Statistics
 Canada, Standard Industrial Classification, fourth
 edition, 1980; and

     (b) with respect to the United States, Standard Industrial
 Classification (SIC) numbers as set out in the United
 States Office of Management and Budget, Standard
 Industrial Classification Manual, 1987.


FOOTNOTE 1:  The reservations are current as of September 5, 1992.
The three delegations understand that where a Party adopts
liberalizing measures prior to the date of entry into force of this
Agreement, such measures will be considered to be existing
measures.

FOOTNOTE 2: The three delegations are considering the need for
inclusion of language to the effect that measures set out in the
LEGAL CITATION shall be deemed to include existing administrative
decisions, interpretations and practices pursuant to the measure
cited.



				  ANNEX I
		       Schedule of the United States


SECTOR:  Energy

SUB-SECTOR: Atomic Energy

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: Not Applicable

TYPE OF RESERVATION: National Treatment (Article 1102)

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Atomic Energy Act of 1954, 42 U.S.C. 2133-2134

DESCRIPTION: Investment

A license is required for any person
in the United States to transfer,
manufacture, produce, use or import
any facilities that produce or use
nuclear materials.  Such license may
not be issued to any entity known or
believed to be owned, controlled or
dominated by an alien, a foreign
corporation or a foreign government
(42 U.S.C. 2133, 2134).  The
issuance of a license is also
prohibited for utilization or
production facilities for such uses as
medical therapy or research and
development activities to any
corporation or other entity owned,
controlled or dominated by one of the
foreign persons described above (42
U.S.C. 2134(d)).

DURATION: Indeterminate
=============================================================================

				  ANNEX I
		       Schedule of the United States


SECTOR: Business Services

SUB-SECTOR: Export Intermediaries

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: 7389 Business Services, Not Elsewhere Classified

TYPE OF RESERVATION: National Treatment (Article 1202) Local Presence
		     (Article 1205)

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Export Trading Company Act of 1982, Public Law 97-290,
		96 Stat. 1233, 15 U.S.C. 4011-4021
		15 C.F.R. Part 325

DESCRIPTION: Cross-Border Services

Title III of the Export Trading
Company Act of 1982 authorizes the
Secretary of Commerce to issue
"certificates of review" with respect
to export conduct.  The Act calls for
the issuance of a certificate of
review if the Secretary determines,
and the Attorney General concurs, that
the export conduct specified in an
application will not have the
anticompetitive effects proscribed by
the Act.  A certificate of review
limits the liability under federal and
state antitrust laws in engaging in
the export conduct certified.

Only a "person" as defined by the Act
can apply for a certificate of review.
The term "person" means "an individual
who is a resident of the United
States; a partnership that is created
under and exists pursuant to the laws
of any State or of the United States;
a State or local government entity; a
corporation, whether organized as a
profit or nonprofit corporation, that
is created under and exists pursuant
to the laws of any State or of the
United States; or any association or
combination, by contract or other
arrangement, between such persons."

A foreign national or enterprise can
receive the protection provided by a
certificate of review by becoming a
"member" of a qualified applicant.
The regulations define "member" to
mean "an entity (U.S. or foreign)
which is seeking protection under the
certificate with the applicant.  A
member may be a partner in a
partnership or a joint venture; a
shareholder of a corporation; or a
participant in an association,
cooperative, or other form of profit
or nonprofit organization or
relationship, by contract or other
arrangement."

DURATION:Indeterminate
=============================================================================

				 ANNEX I

			 Schedule of United States


SECTOR:Business Services

SUB-SECTOR:Export Intermediaries

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION:7389 Business Services, Not Elsewhere
 Classified

TYPE OF RESERVATION: National Treatment (Article 1202) Local Presence
		     (Article 1205)

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Export Administration Act of 1979, Pub. L. 96-72, as amended
		Export Administration Regulations,
		15 C.F.R. parts 768 through 799

DESCRIPTION: Cross-Border Services

With some limited exceptions, the
export from the United States of all
commodities, and all "technical data",
requires either a general license or a
validated license or other
authorization granted by the Office of
Export Licensing, United States
Department of Commerce.  A general
license requires no application or
documentation and is generally
available for use by all persons.

An application for a validated license
may be made only by a person subject
to the jurisdiction of the United
States who is in fact the exporter, or
by his duly authorized agent.  An
application may be made on behalf of a
person not subject to the jurisdiction
of the United States by an authorized
agent in the United States, who then
becomes the applicant.

DURATION: Indeterminate
=============================================================================

				  ANNEX I
			Schedule of United States


SECTOR: Communications

SUB-SECTOR: Telecommunications (Enhanced or Value-Added Services)

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: CPC 752323 Value-Added Network Services CPC 752329
			 Other Message Services

TYPE OF RESERVATION: National Treatment (Article 1102)

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: F.C.C. Decision, International Communications Policies
		Governing Designation of Recognized Private Operating
		Agencies, 104 F.C.C. 2d 208, n. 123, n. 126 (1986)
		47 C.F.R. 64.702 (1991) (Definition of enhanced or value-
		added services)

DESCRIPTION: Investment

If a U.S.-based foreign-owned enhanced
service provider obtains voluntary
Recognized Private Operating Agency
certification from the U.S. Department
of State for purposes of negotiating
operating agreements with governments
other than the U.S. Government, it
must submit copies of all operating
agreements granted to it by foreign
governments and any refusal of a
foreign government to grant it an
operating agreement. For purposes of
this rule, a service provider is
generally considered "foreign owned"
if 20 percent or more of its stock is
owned by persons that are not U.S.
citizens.

DURATION: Indeterminate
=============================================================================

				  ANNEX I
		       Schedule of the United States


SECTOR: Manufacturing

SUB-SECTOR: Agricultural Chemicals

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: SIC 2879 Pesticides and Agricultural Chemicals,
			 not Elsewhere Classified

TYPE OF RESERVATION: National Treatment (Article 1102)

LEGAL CITATION: Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act, as
		amended, 7 U.S.C. 136 et seq.

DESCRIPTION:Investment

7 U.S.C. 135h(g) prevents the
Administrator of the Environmental
Protection Agency from knowingly
disclosing information submitted by an
applicant or registrant under the Act
(without consent) to any person
engaged in the production, sale or
distribution of pesticides in
countries other than the United States
or to any person who intends to
deliver such data to such foreign or
multinational business or entity.

DURATION: Indeterminate
=============================================================================

				  ANNEX I
		       Schedule of the United States


SECTOR: Mining and Materials

SUB-SECTOR: Minerals Mining

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION:

TYPE OF RESERVATION: National Treatment (Article 1102) Most-Favored-Nation
		     Treatment (Article 1103)

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Mineral Lands Leasing Act of 1920; 30 U.S.C. Chapter 3;
		10 U.S.C. 7435

DESCRIPTION: Investment

1.  Under the Mineral Lands Leasing
Act of 1920, aliens and corporations
with foreign stockholders may not
acquire rights-of-way for oil or gas
pipelines, or pipelines carrying
products refined from them, across on-
shore federal lands, or acquire leases
or interests in certain minerals, such
as coal or oil.  However, non-U.S.
citizens may own a 100 percent
interest in a domestic corporation
that acquires a right-of-way for oil
or gas pipelines across on-shore
federal lands or lease to develop
mineral resources on on-shore federal
lands unless the foreign investor's
home country denies similar or like
privileges for the mineral or access
in question to U.S. citizens or
corporations, as compared with the
privileges it accords to its own
(30 U.S.C. 181, 183(a)).

2.  Nationalization is not considered
to be denial of similar or like
privileges.


3.  See also 10 U.S.C. 7435, which
restricts foreign citizens, or
corporations controlled by them, from
obtaining access to leases on Naval
Petroleum Reserves, should the laws,
customs or regulations of their
country deny the privilege of leasing
public lands to citizens or
corporations of the United States.

DURATION: Indeterminate.
=============================================================================

				  ANNEX I
			 Schedule of United States


SECTOR: Professional Services

SUB-SECTOR: Patent Attorneys and Patent Agents and other Practice before
	    the Patent and Trademark Office

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: [to be provided]

TYPE OF RESERVATION: National Treatment (Article 1202) Most-Favored-Nation
		     Treatment (Article 1203) Local Presence (Article 1205)

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: 35 USC Chapter 3 (Practice Before Patent and Trademark Office)
		37 C.F.R. Part 10 (Representation of Others Before the U.S.
		Patent and Trademark Office)

DESCRIPTION: Cross-Border Services

As a condition to be registered to
practice for others before the U.S.
Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO):

(a)	a patent attorney must be a U.S.
citizen or an alien lawfully residing
in the United States (37 C.F.R.
10.6(a));

(b)	a patent agent must be a U.S.
citizen, an alien lawfully residing in
the United States, or a non-resident
who is registered to practice in a
country that permits patent agents
registered to practice before the
USPTO to practice in that country (37
C.F.R. 10.6(c)); and

(c)	a practitioner in trademark and
non-patent cases must be an attorney
licensed in the United States, a
"grandfathered" agent, an attorney
licensed to practice in another
country that accords equivalent
treatment to attorneys licensed in the
United States, or an agent registered
to practice in such a country (37
C.F.R. 10.14(a)-(c)).

DURATION: Citizenship and permanent residency requirements subject to removal
	  within two years after entry into force of this Agreement in
	  accordance with Article 1210(3).
=============================================================================

				  ANNEX I
		       Schedule of the United States


SECTOR: Public Administration

SUB-SECTOR:

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION:

TYPE OF RESERVATION: National Treatment (Article 1102) Most-Favored-Nation
		     Treatment (Article 1103)

LEGAL CITATION: 22 U.S.C. 2194(a), 2194(b) and 2198(c)

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

DESCRIPTION: Investment

The Overseas Private Investment
Corporation (OPIC) insurance and loan
guarantees under 22 U.S.C. 2194(a),
2194(b) and 2198(c) are not available
to certain aliens, foreign
enterprises, or  foreign controlled
domestic enterprises.
DURATION: Indeterminate
=============================================================================

				  ANNEX I
		       Schedule of the United States


SECTOR: Transportation

SUB-SECTOR: Air Transportation

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: SIC 3721 Aircraft Repair and Rebuilding on a Factory
			 Basis SIC 4581 Aircraft Repair (Except on a Factory
			 Basis)

TYPE OF RESERVATION: Most-Favored-Nation Treatment (Article 1203)

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: 49 U.S.C. App. 1354, 1421-1430 14 C.F.R. Parts 43 and 145
		Agreement Concerning Airworthiness Certification, Exchange
		of Letters between U.S. and Canada dated August 31, 1984,
		Treaties and International Agreement Service 11023

DESCRIPTION: Cross-Border

For major aircraft repair, overhaul or
maintenance activities, during which
an aircraft is withdrawn from service,
U.S. measures require that, in order
to perform work on U.S.-registered
aircraft, foreign air repair stations
must be certified by the Federal
Aviation Administration with
continuing oversight provided by the
Federal Aviation Administration.
Pursuant to a bilateral airworthiness
agreement dated August 31, 1984, as
amended, between the United States and
Canada, the United States recognizes
the certifications and oversight
provided by Canada for all repair
stations and individuals performing
the work located in Canada.

DURATION: Indeterminate
=============================================================================

				  ANNEX I
		       Schedule of the United States


SECTOR: Transportation

SUB-SECTOR: Air Transportation

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: 4512 Air Transportation Scheduled
			 4522 Air Transportation Non-scheduled
			 4513 Air Courier Services

TYPE OF RESERVATION: National Treatment (Article 1102)
		     Most-Favored-Nation Treatment (Article 1103)
		     Senior Management (Article 1107)

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Federal Aviation Act of 1958, as amended;
		14 C.F.R.  For purposes of this entry, the Description
		governs.

DESCRIPTION: Investment

Whether an entity is a U.S. citizen
determines the type of commercial air
services company that it can own or
control.  Under the Federal Aviation
Act of 1958 (49 U.S.C. App. Ch. 20),
"citizens" include (1) individuals who
are citizens;  (2) a partnership in
which each member is a citizen of the
U.S.;  or (3) a U.S. corporation of
which the president and at least
two-thirds of the board of directors
and other managing officers are U.S.
citizens, and at least seventy-five
percent of the voting interest in the
corporation is owned or controlled by
U.S. citizens. 49 U.S.C. App.
1301(16).

In addition, this statutory
requirement has historically been
interpreted by the Department of
Transportation (and the Civil
Aeronautics Board before it) to
require that an air carrier in fact be
under the actual control of U.S.
citizens.  The Department of
Transportation makes this
determination on a case-by-case basis.
Nevertheless, the Department has
provided guidance as to some lines of
demarcation.  For example, total
foreign equity investment of up to 49
percent (with a maximum of 25 percent
being voting stock), taken alone, is
not construed as indicative of foreign
control.  (See Department of
Transportation Order 91-1-41, January
23, 1991.)

Only air carriers that are U.S.
citizens are permitted to operate
domestic air services or operate
international air services as a "U.S."
carrier;  non-U.S. citizens may own
and control foreign air carriers that
operate between the U.S. and foreign
points.  See Sections 401, 402,
417(b)(7) and 1108 of the Federal
Aviation Act.  The different rights of
each type of air carrier are usually
spelled out in the applicable aviation
bilateral agreement.

Certain distinctions based on
citizenship also exist with regard to
other types of air services providers,
such as air freight forwarders (14
C.F.R. 297), charter operators (14
C.F.R. 380), and intermodal operators
(14 C.F.R. 222).

Air freight forwarders may be "U.S.
citizens" (defined as indicated above)
which use the services of (inter alia)
direct air carriers (with a Department
of Transportation certificate,
regulation, order or permit) to
transport property. 14 C.F.R. Part
296.  They may also be "foreign air
freight forwarders", which similarly
use direct air carriers to transport
property.  14 C.F.R. Part 296.	There
is no "U.S. citizenship" requirement
for "foreign air freight forwarders."
14 C.F.R. 297.3(d).  Foreign air
freight forwarders may obtain the same
operating exemptions available to U.S.
citizens.  They must, however, apply
for registration with the Department
of Transportation.  Their application
can be rejected "for reasons relating
to the failure of effective
reciprocity, or if the Department
finds that it is in the public
interest to do so."  14 C.F.R.
297.22.

Charter operators may be "public
charter operators", which inter alia
must be "U.S. citizens" (defined as
indicated above) or "foreign charter
operators," for which there is not a
citizenship requirement.  14 C.F.R.
380.2.  Unlike domestic charter
operators, "foreign charter operators"
wishing to operate charters which
originate in the U.S. must register
with the Department of Transportation.
14 C.F.R. 380.61.  The Department of
Transportation may reject a
registration application "for reasons
relating to the failure of effective
reciprocity or if the Department finds
it would be in the public interest to
do so."  14 C.F.R.  380.64.

A direct foreign air carrier may
engage in the surface transport of
property (which it has carried by air)
in a zone extending 35 miles from the
boundary of the airport or city it is
authorized to serve.  There is no such
geographic limitation on a direct U.S.
air carrier, or on a U.S. or foreign
indirect air carrier.

DURATION: Indeterminate
=============================================================================

				  ANNEX I
		       Schedule of the United States


SECTOR: Transportation

SUB-SECTOR: Air Transportation

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: SIC 0721 Crop Planting, Cultivating, and Protecting
			 (limited to aerial dusting and spraying, dusting
			 crops, with or without fertilizing, spraying
			 crops, with or without fertilizing)

			 SIC 4522  Air Transportation, services, sightseeing
			 airplane services)

			 SIC 7319 Advertising, Not Elsewhere Classified
			 (limited to aerial advertising, sky writing)

			 SIC 7335 Commercial Photography
			 (limited to aerial photographic service, except
			 mapmaking)

			 SIC 7389 Business Services, Not Elsewhere Classified
			 (limited to mapmaking, including aerial, pipeline
			 and powerline inspection services, firefighting
			 service, other than forestry or public)

			 SIC 7997 Membership Sports & Recreation Clubs
			 (limited to aviation clubs, membership)

			 SIC 8299 Schools & Education Services, Not Elsewhere
			 Classified (limited to flying instruction)

			 SIC 8713 Surveying Services (limited to aerial
			 surveying)

TYPE OF RESERVATION: National Treatment (Articles 1102, 1202)
		     Most-Favored-Nation Treatment (Articles 1103, 1203)
		     Local Presence (Article 1205)
		     Senior Management (Article 1107)

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Federal Aviation Act of 1958, as amended;
		49 U.S.C. App. 1508(b); 14 C.F.R. 375.	For purposes of this
		entry, paragraph 3 of the Description governs.

DESCRIPTION: Cross-Border Services

1.  Authorization from the Department
of Transportation is required for the
provision of specialty air services in
the territory of the United States.  A
person of Canada or Mexico that
provides aerial construction,
heli-logging, aerial sightseeing,
flight training, aerial inspection and
surveillance and aerial spraying
services may not be authorized to
provide such services if there is
inadequate reciprocity on the part of
the country of the applicant, or if
approval would otherwise not be in the
public interest.

2.  A person of Mexico or Canada may
be authorized to provide, subject to
compliance by that person with U.S.
safety regulations, aerial mapping,
aerial surveying, aerial photography,
forest fire management, fire fighting,
aerial advertising, glider towing and
parachute jumping.

Investment

3.  Specialty air enterprises are
required to comply with the same
requirements as those set out in the
exception for air transportation
carriers described in the investment
exception for air transportation.
DURATION:Cross-Border

Paragraph 2 of the Description governs
on entry into force.

A person of Canada or Mexico may
obtain, subject to compliance with
U.S. safety requirements,
authorization to provide the following
specialty air services in the
territory of the United States:

(a)  two years after entry into force
  of the Agreement, aerial
  construction and heli-logging;

(b)  three years after entry into
  force of the Agreement, aerial
  sightseeing, flight training and
  aerial inspection and
  surveillance services; and

(c)  six years after entry into force
  of the Agreement, aerial spraying
  services.

Investment:  Indeterminate
=============================================================================

				  ANNEX I
		       Schedule of the United States


SECTOR: Transportation

SUB-SECTOR: Land Transportation

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: SIC 4213 Trucking, Except Local
			 SIC 4215 Courier Services, Except by Air
			 SIC 4131 Intercity and Rural Bus Transportation
			 SIC 4142 Bus Charter Service, Except Local
			 SIC 4151 School Buses (limited to interstate
			 transportation not related to school activity)

TYPE OF RESERVATION: National Treatment (Articles 1102, 1202)
		     Most-Favored-Nation Treatment (Articles 1103, 1203)
		     Local Presence (Article 1205)

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Bus Regulatory Reform Act of 1982, as amended, section 6,
		49 U.S.C. 10922(l) (1) and (2)
		49 U.S.C. 10530 (3)
		49 U.S.C. 10329, 10330 and 11705 and
		49 C.F.R. 1044
		19 U.S.C. 1202

		Memorandum of Understanding Between the United States of
		America and the United Mexican States on Facilitation
		of Charter/Tour Bus Service, December 3, 1990.

DESCRIPTION: Cross-Border Services

Operating authority from the
Interstate Commerce Commission (ICC)
is required to provide interstate or
cross border bus or truck services in
the territory of the United States.  A
moratorium has been imposed on new
grants of operating authority for
persons of Mexico, except for
provision of cross-border charter or
tour bus services.

Under the moratorium, persons of
Mexico without operating authority may
operate only within ICC Border
Commercial Zones, for which ICC
operating authority is not required.
Persons of Mexico providing truck
services (including for hire, private,
and exempt services) without operating
authority are required to obtain a
certificate of registration from the
ICC to enter the United States and
operate in the ICC Border Commercial
Zones.	Persons of Mexico providing
bus service are not required to obtain
an ICC certificate of registration to
provide such service within the ICC
Border Commercial Zones.

A person providing bus or truck
service between points in the United
States is required to use United
States-registered and either U.S.-
built or duty-paid equipment.

Investment

The moratorium has the effect of being
an investment restriction because
enterprises of the United States
providing bus or truck services that
are owned or controlled by persons of
Mexico may not obtain ICC operating
authority.

DURATION: On entry into force of this Agreement, the Description shall govern.
	  Cross-Border Services

A person of Mexico will be permitted
to obtain operating authority to
provide:

(a)  three years after signature of
  this Agreement, cross-border
  truck services to or from border
  states (California, Arizona, New
  Mexico, and Texas), and such
  persons will be permitted to
  enter and depart the territory of
  United States through different
  ports of entry;

(b)  three years after entry into
  force of this Agreement,
  cross-border scheduled bus
  services; and

(c)  six years after entry into force
  of this Agreement, cross-border
  truck services.


Investment

A person of Mexico will be permitted
to establish an enterprise in the
United States to provide:

(a)  three years after signature of
  this Agreement, truck services
  for the distribution of
  international cargo between
  points in the United States; and

(b)  seven years after entry into
  force of this Agreement, bus
  services between points in the
  United States.

Indeterminate:	The moratorium will
remain in place on grants of authority
for the provision of truck services by
persons of Mexico between points in
the United States for the
transportation of goods other than
international cargo.
=============================================================================

				  ANNEX I
			 Schedule of United States


SECTOR: Transportation Services

SUB-SECTOR: Customs Brokers

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: SIC 4731 Arrangement of Transportation of Freight
			 and Cargo

TYPE OF RESERVATION: National Treatment (Articles 1102, 1202)
		     Local Presence (Article 1205)

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: 19 U.S.C.  1641(b)

DESCRIPTION: Cross-Border Services and Investment

Only U.S. citizens may obtain a
customs broker's license, which is
required to conduct customs business
on behalf of another person.  A
corporation, association, or
partnership established under the laws
of any state may receive a customs
broker's license if at least one
officer of the corporation or
association, or one member of the
partnership, holds a valid customs
broker's license.

DURATION: Indeterminate
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SECTOR: All

SUB-SECTOR:

TYPE OF RESERVATION: National Treatment (Article 1102)
		     Most-Favored-Nation Treatment (Article 1103)

LEGAL CITATION: Securities Act of 1933, Rules 251 and 405, 17 C.F.R. 240.251
		and 240.405

		Securities Exchange Act of 1934, Section 12(b)(2), 15 U.S.C.
		1(b)(2) and the Rules thereunder.

DESCRIPTION: Investment

Foreign issuers, except for certain
Canadian issuers, may not use the
small business forms under the
Securities Act of 1933 to register
securities.

DURATION: Indeterminate
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SECTOR:

SUBSECTOR:

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: SIC 4952 Sewerage System

TYPE OF RESERVATION: Performance Requirements (Article 1106)

LEGAL CITATION: Clean Water Act, 33 U.S.C. 1251 et seq.

DESCRIPTION: Investment

The Clean Water Act authorizes grants
for the construction of treatment
plants for municipal sewage or
industrial waste.  Grant recipients
may be privately-owned enterprises.
The Act provides that grants shall be
made for treatment works only if such
articles, materials, and supplies as
have been manufactured, mined or
produced in the United States will be
used in the treatment works.  The
Administrator of the Environmental
Protection Agency has authority not to
apply this provision, e.g., if the
cost of the articles in question is
unreasonable.  33 U.S.C. 1295.

DURATION: Indeterminate



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SECTOR: Agriculture

SUB-SECTOR:

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION:

TYPE OF RESERVATION: National Treatment (Article 1102)

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Farm Credit Act, R.S.C. 1985, c. F-2
		as amended by R.S.C. 1985, c. 1 (4th
		Supp.); S.C. 1991, c. 5, 53

		Farm Credit Regulations, C.R.C. 1978,
		c. 644 as amended by SOR/81-560;
		SOR/82-495; SOR/83-198

DESCRIPTION: Investment

Loans by the Farm Credit Corporation
may be made only to:

(a)  individuals who are Canadian
  citizens or permanent residents;

(b)  farming corporations controlled
  by Canadian citizens or permanent
  residents; or

(c)  cooperative farm associations,
  all of whose members are Canadian
  citizens or permanent residents.

DURATION: Indeterminate

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SECTOR: All Sectors

SUB-SECTOR:

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION:

TYPE OF RESERVATION: National Treatment (Article 1102)
		     Performance Requirements (Article 1106)
		     Senior Management (Article 1107)

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Investment Canada Act, R.S.C. 1985, c.
		28, as amended by S.C.1988, c. 65

		Investment Canada Regulations,
		SOR/85-611, as amended by SOR/189-69

		An Act to Amend the Investment Canada
		Act, (Bill C-89, introduced in
		Parliament on 18 June 1992)

DESCRIPTION: Investment

1.     Under the Investment Canada Act,
the following acquisitions of Canadian
businesses by "non-Canadians" are
subject to review by Investment
Canada:

(1)  all direct acquisitions of
  Canadian businesses with assets
  of $5 million or more;

(2)  all indirect acquisitions of
  Canadian businesses with assets
  of $50 million or more; and

(3)  indirect acquisitions of Canadian
  businesses with assets between $5
  million and $50 million which
  represent more than 50 percent of
  the value, calculated in the
  prescribed manner, of the assets
  of all the entities the control
  of which is being acquired,
  directly or indirectly, in the
  transaction in question.

2.     "Canadian business", "Canadian"
and "non-Canadian" are defined in the
Investment Canada Act.	A "non-
Canadian" is an individual, government
or agency thereof or an entity which
is not "Canadian".

3.     In addition, specific
acquisitions or new businesses in
designated types of business
activities related to Canada's
cultural heritage or national
identity, which are normally
notifiable, may be reviewed if the
Governor in Council authorizes a
review in the public interest.

4.     Investments subject to review
under the Investment Canada Act are
not to be implemented unless the
Minister responsible for the
Investment Canada Act advises the
applicant that the investment is
likely to be of net benefit to Canada.
Such a determination is made in
accordance with six factors described
in the Act.

5.     These factors are summarized as
follows:

(a)  the effect of the investment on
  the level and nature of economic
  activity in Canada, including the
  effect on employment, on the
  utilization of parts, components
  and services produced in Canada,
  and on exports from Canada;

(b)  the degree and significance of
  participation by Canadians in the
  investment;

(c)  the effect of the investment on
  productivity, industrial
  efficiency, technological
  development and product
  innovation in Canada;

(d)  the effect of the investment on
  competition within any industry
  or industries in Canada;

(e)  the compatibility of the
  investment with national
  industrial, economic and cultural
  policies, taking into
  consideration industrial,
  economic and cultural policy
  objectives enunciated by the
  government or legislature of any
  province likely to be
  significantly affected by the
  investment; and

(f)  the contribution of the
  investment to Canada's ability to
  compete in world markets.

6.     In making a net benefit
determination, the Minister, through
Investment Canada, may review plans
under which the applicant demonstrates
the net benefit to Canada of the
proposed acquisition.  An applicant
may also submit undertakings to the
Minister in connection with any
proposed acquisition which is the
subject of review.  In the event of
noncompliance with an undertaking by
an applicant, the Minister may seek a
court order directing compliance or
any other remedy authorized under the
Act.

7.     The establishment or acquisition
of Canadian businesses by non-
Canadians, other than those described
above, are to be notified to the
agency administering the Act,
Investment Canada.

8.     Review of "acquisition of
control", as defined in the Investment
Canada Act, of a Canadian business by
an American or Mexican will take place
if the value of the gross assets of
the Canadian business is not less than
the applicable thresholds, effective
on the date of entry into force of
this Agreement and adjusted on each
anniversary thereof.  The calculation
of the applicable review threshold is
set out in the Duration section below.

9.     The review threshold applicable
to American and Mexican investors is
higher than those set out above.
However, this higher review threshold
does not apply in the following
sectors:  uranium production and
ownership of uranium producing
properties; oil and gas; financial
services; transportation services and
cultural businesses.

10.	Indirect "acquisitions of
control", as defined in the Investment
Canada Act, of Canadian businesses by
"American" and "Mexican" investors are
not reviewable.  Notwithstanding the
definition of "investor of a Party" in
Chapter Eleven, only investors who are
nationals, or entities controlled by
nationals, (as defined in the
Investment Canada Act) of the United
States or Mexico, may benefit from the
higher review threshold.

11.	Notwithstanding Article 1106(1),
Canada reserves the right to impose
requirements, or enforce any
commitment or undertaking, in
connection with the establishment,
acquisition, expansion, conduct or
operation of an investment of an
investor of another Party for the
transfer of technology, production
process or other proprietary knowledge
to a national or enterprise,
affiliated to the transferor, in
Canada, in connection with the review
of an acquisition of an investment
pursuant to the Investment Canada Act.

12.	Except for requirements,
commitments or undertakings related to
technology transfer as set out above,
Article 1106(1) shall apply to
requirements, commitments or
undertakings imposed or enforced under
the Investment Canada Act.  However,
Article 1106(1) shall not be construed
to apply to any requirement,
commitment or undertaking imposed or
enforced in connection with a review
under the Investment Canada Act, to
locate production, carry out research
and development, employ or train
workers, or to construct or expand
particular facilities, in Canada.

DURATION: Paragraphs 10, 11 and 12 of the
Description setting out Canada's
reservations and commitments with
respect to Articles 1102,  1106(1),
and 1138 shall govern.

For American and Mexican investors,
the applicable threshold for the
review of a direct acquisition of
control of a Canadian business shall
be:

(a)  for the twelve month period
  commencing on the date of entry
  into force of this Agreement,
  such monetary amount as
  determined in accordance with
  Annex 1607.3 of the Canada-United
  State Free Trade Agreement;

(b)  commencing on the first
  anniversary of the date of entry
  into force of this Agreement, the
  monetary amount for the preceding
  year multiplied by an annual
  adjustment representing the
  increase in nominal Gross
  Domestic Product, as set out
  below.

The calculation of the annual
adjustment shall be determined in
January of each year after 1994 using
the most recently available data as
published by Statistics Canada and
using the following formula:

Ann																															    ual Adjustment =

     Current nominal GDP at market
     prices
     ---------------------------------
    ----------------------Previous
    year nominal GDP at market prices

"Current nominal GDP at market prices"
means the arithmetic mean of the
nominal Gross Domestic Product at
market prices for the most recent four
consecutive quarters (seasonally
adjusted at annual rates).

"Previous year nominal GDP at market
prices" means the arithmetic mean of
the nominal Gross Domestic Product at
market prices for the four consecutive
quarters (seasonally adjusted at
annual rates) for the comparable
period in the year preceding the year
used in calculating the "current
nominal GDP at market prices".

The amounts determined in this manner
shall be rounded to the nearest
million dollars.

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SECTOR: All Sectors

SUB-SECTOR:

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION:

TYPE OF RESERVATION: National Treatment (Article 1102)
		     Senior Management (Article 1107)

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal
		     Provincial

LEGAL CITATION:

DESCRIPTION: Investment

When selling or disposing of its
equity interests in, or the assets of,
an existing state enterprise or an
existing governmental entity, Canada
and each province reserve the right to
prohibit or impose limitations on the
ownership of such interests or assets,
and on the ability of owners of such
interests or assets to control any
resulting enterprise, by investors of
another Party or non-Party or their
investments.  In addition, Canada and
each province reserve the right to
adopt or maintain any measure relating
to the nationality of senior
management or members of the board of
directors.

For the purposes of this reservation:

(a)  any measure maintained, or
  adopted after the entry into
  force of this Agreement,
  prohibiting or imposing
  limitations on the ownership of
  equity interests or assets or
  nationality requirements
  described in this reservation
  shall be deemed to be an existing
  measure; and

(b)  "state enterprise" means an
  enterprise owned or controlled
  through ownership interests by
  Canada or a province and includes
  an enterprise established after
  the date of entry into force of
  this Agreement solely for the
  purposes of selling or disposing
  of equity interests in, or the
  assets of, an existing state
  enterprise or governmental
  entity.

DURATION:
The Description shall govern on entry
into force of this Agreement.

Indeterminate.

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SECTOR: All Sectors

SUB-SECTOR:

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION:

TYPE OF RESERVATION: National Treatment (Article 1102)

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Canada Business Corporations Act,
		R.S.C. 1985, C. I-44, as amended by
		R.S.C. 1985, c. 27 (2nd Supp.), R.S.C.
		1985, c. 1 (4th Supp.); S.C. 1990, c.
		17; S.C. 1991, c. 45, 46, 47

		Canada Corporations Act, R.S.C. 1970,
		C. C-32, as amended by R.S.C. 1970, c.
		C-10 (1st Supp.); S.C. 1970-71-72, c.
		43, 63; S.C. 1972, c. 17; S.C.
		1974-75-76, c. 33; S.C. 1978-79, c.
		11; S.C. 1985, c. 26; S.C. 1986, c.
		26, 35

		Canada Business Corporations Act
		Regulations SOR/79-316, as amended by
		SOR/79-513, SOR/79-728, SOR/80-873,
		SOR/81-3, SOR/81-189, SOR/81-868,
		SOR/82-187, SOR/83-511, SOR/83781,
		SOR/83-817, SOR/85-384, SOR/86-365,
		SOR/86-366, SOR/86-421, SOR/86-983,
		SOR/87-248, SOR/87-629, SOR/8863,
		SOR/88-491, SOR/89-159, SOR/89-323,
		SOR/90-660, SOR/91-567

DESCRIPTION: Investment

The cited laws and regulations permit
constraints to be placed on issue,
transfer and ownership of shares in
federally incorporated business
corporations.  The object is to permit
corporations to meet Canadian
ownership requirements, under certain
laws as prescribed in the regulations,
in sectors where such ownership is
required as a condition to operate.
In order to maintain certain
"Canadian" ownership levels,
corporations are permitted to sell
shareholders' shares without the
consent of those shareholders, and to
purchase the corporation's own shares
on the open market. "Canadian" is
defined in the regulations.

DURATION:
Indeterminate

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SECTOR: All Sectors

SUB-SECTOR:

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION:

TYPE OF RESERVATION: Senior Management (Article 1107)

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Canada Business Corporations Act,
		R.S.C. 1985, c. I-44 as amended R.S.C.
		1985, c. 27 (2nd Supp.), R.S.C. 1985,
		c. 1 (4th Supp.); S.C. 1990, c. 17;
		S.C. 1991, c. 45, 46, 47

		Canada Business Corporations Act
		Regulations, SOR/79-316, as amended
		SOR/79-513, SOR/79-728, SOR/80-873,
		SOR/81-3, SOR/81-189, SOR/81-868,
		SOR/82-187, SOR/83-511, SOR/83-781,
		SOR/83-817, SOR/85-384, SOR/86-365,
		SOR/86-366, SOR/86-421, SOR/86-983,
		SOR/87-248, SOR/87-629, SOR/88-63,
		SOR/88-491, SOR/89-159, SOR/89-323,
		SOR/90-660, SOR/91-567

		Canada Corporations Act, R.S.C. 1970,
		c. C-32

		Special Acts of Parliament
		incorporating specific companies

DESCRIPTION: Investment

The Canada Business Corporations Act
requires that a simple majority of
members of the board of directors, or
of a committee thereof, of a
federally-incorporated company must be
resident Canadians.  For the purposes
of the Act the term "resident
Canadian" is defined as an individual
who is a Canadian citizen ordinarily
resident in Canada, a citizen who is a
member of a class as set out in the
regulations, or a permanent resident
as defined in the Immigration Act
except a person who has been
ordinarily resident in Canada for more
than one year after he became eligible
to apply for Canadian citizenship.

In the case of a holding corporation,
not more than 1/3 of the directors
need be resident Canadians if the
earnings in Canada of the holding
corporation and its subsidiaries are
less than 5% of the gross earnings of
the holding corporation and its
subsidiaries.

Under the Canada Corporations Act, a
simple majority of the elected
directors of a Special Act corporation
must be residents of Canada and
citizens of a Commonwealth country.
This requirement applies to every
joint stock company incorporated
subsequent to 22 June 1869 by any
Special Act of Parliament and any
subsequent amendments to such Acts.

DURATION: Indeterminate

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SECTOR: All Sectors

SUB-SECTOR:

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION:

TYPE OF RESERVATION: National Treatment (Article 1102)

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Citizenship Act, R.S.C. 1985, c. C-29
		as amended by R.S.C. 1985 c. 28 (1st
		Supp.); c. 30 (3rd Supp.); c. 44 (3rd
		Supp.); c. 28 (4th Supp.)

		Foreign Ownership of Land Regulations,
		SOR/79-416; SOR/79-514; SOR/80-156;
		SOR/82-544

DESCRIPTION: Investment

Under the Citizenship Act, a province
is authorized to prohibit or restrict
acquisitions of real property located
in that province by non-Canadians.

The Foreign Ownership of Land
Regulations are made pursuant to the
Citizenship Act and the Alberta
Agricultural and Recreational Land
Ownership Act.	In Alberta, an
ineligible person or foreign owned or
controlled corporation may only hold
an interest in controlled land
consisting of not more than 2 parcels
containing, in the aggregate, not more
than 20 acres.	 An "ineligible
person" is (1) an individual who is
not a Canadian citizen or permanent
resident; (2) a foreign government or
agency thereof; or (3) a corporation
incorporated elsewhere than in Canada.
"Controlled land" means land in
Alberta but does not include (1) land
other than land owned by the Crown;
(2) land within a city, town, new
town, village, or summer village and
(3) mines or minerals.

DURATION: Indeterminate

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SECTOR:

SUB-SECTOR:

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION:

TYPE OF RESERVATION: National Treatment (Article 1102)

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Air Canada Public Participation Act,
		R.S.C. 1985, c. 35 (4th Supp.)

		Canada Development Corporation
		Reorganization Act, S.C. 1985, c. 49

		Petro-Canada Public Participation Act,
		S.C. 1991, c. 10

		Canadian Arsenals Limited Divestiture
		Authorization Act, S.C. 1986, c. 20

		Cooperative Energy Act, S.C.
		1980-81-82-83, c. 108

		Eldorado Nuclear Limited
		Reorganization and Divestiture Act,
		S.C. 1988, c. 41

		Nordion and Theratronics Divestiture
		Authorization Act, S.C. 1990, c. 4

DESCRIPTION: Investment

Non-residents may not own more than a
specified percentage of the voting
shares of the corporation to which
each Act applies. For each company the
restrictions are as follows:

Air Canada:  25%
Canada Development Corporation:  25%
Petro-Canada Inc:  25%
Canadian Arsenals Limited:  25%
Eldorado Nuclear Limited:  ownership
not restricted but voting rights
restricted to 25% of votes cast at
meetings
Nordion Limited:  25%
Theratronics Limited:  49%
Cooperative Energy Corporation:  49%

Non-resident is defined in the cited
laws to generally mean:

(a)  an individual, other than a
  Canadian citizen, who is not
  ordinarily resident in Canada;

(b)  a corporation incorporated,
  formed or otherwise organized
  outside Canada;

(c)  the government of a foreign state
  or any political subdivision
  thereof, or a person empowered to
  perform a function or duty on
  behalf of such a government;

(d)  a corporation that is controlled
  directly or indirectly by
  non-residents as defined in any
  of paragraphs (a) to (c);

(e)  a trust (i) established by a
  non-resident as defined in any of
  paragraphs (b) to (d), other than
  a trust for the administration of
  a pension fund for the benefit of
  individuals a majority of whom
  are residents, or (ii) in which
  non-residents as defined in any
  of paragraphs (a) to (d) have
  more than fifty per cent of the
  beneficial interest; or

(f)  a corporation that is controlled
  directly or indirectly by a trust
  described in paragraph (e).

DURATION: Indeterminate

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SECTOR: All Sectors

SUB-SECTOR:

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION:

TYPE OF RESERVATION: Local Presence (Article 1205)

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Export and Import Permits Act, R.S.C.,
		1985, c. E-19

DESCRIPTION: Cross-Border Services

Only natural persons ordinarily
resident in Canada, enterprises having
their head office in Canada or branch
offices in Canada of a foreign
enterprise may apply for and be issued
import or export permits or a transit
authorization certificate for goods
and related services subject to
controls pursuant to regulations of
the Export and Import Permits Act.

DURATION: Indeterminate

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SECTOR: Automotive

SUB-SECTOR:

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION:

TYPE OF RESERVATION:

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Performance Requirements (Article 1106)
		     Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Canada-United-States Free Trade
		Agreement Implementation Act

DESCRIPTION: Investment

Article 1106(3) shall not apply to the
granting of waivers of customs duties
conditioned, explicitly or implicitly,
upon the fulfillment of performance
requirements by those manufacturers of
automotive goods:

(a)  set out in Part One of Annex
  1002.1 of the Canada - United-
  States Free Trade Agreement, in
  accordance with the headnote to
  that Part; and

(b)  for the applicable periods
  specified in Article 1002(2) and
  (3) of the Canada - United-States
  Free Trade Agreement to those
  manufacturers of automotive goods
  set out in Parts Two and Three,
  respectively, of Annex 1002.1 of
  that Agreement.

DURATION: (a)  Indeterminate

(b)  For Part Two, until January 1,
  1998; and for Part Three, until
  January 1, 1996 or such earlier
  date specified in existing
  agreements between Canada and the
  recipient of the waiver.

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SECTOR: Business Service Industries

SUB-SECTOR: Customs Brokerages and Brokers

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: SIC 7794 Customs Brokerages and Brokers

TYPE OF RESERVATION: National Treatment (Articles 1102, 1202)
		     Local Presence (Article 1205)
		     Senior Management (Article 1107)

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Customs Act, R.S.C., 1985, c. 41 (2nd Supp.)
		Customs Brokers Licensing Regulations,
		SOR/86-1067

DESCRIPTION: Cross-Border Services and Investment

1.     To be a licensed customs broker
in Canada, an individual must be a
Canadian citizen or permanent
resident.

2.     To be a licensed customs
brokerage in Canada:
(a)  a corporation must be
  incorporated in Canada with a
  majority of its directors being
  Canadian citizens or permanent
  residents; and

(b)  a partnership must be composed of
  persons who are Canadian citizens
  or permanent residents, or
  corporations incorporated in
  Canada with a majority of their
  directors being Canadian citizens
  or permanent residents.

DURATION: Indeterminate

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SECTOR: Business Service Industries

SUB-SECTOR: Duty Free Shops

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: SIC 6599 Other Retail Stores, Not
			 Elsewhere Classified

TYPE OF RESERVATION: National Treatment (Articles 1102, 1202)
		     Local Presence (Article 1205)

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Customs Act, R.S.C., 1986, c.1 (2nd Supp.)
		Duty Free Shop Regulations,
		SOR/86-1072, as amended

DESCRIPTION: Cross-Border Services and Investment

1.     To be a licensed duty free shop
operator at a land border crossing in
Canada, an individual must:

(a)  be a Canadian citizen or
  permanent resident;

(b)  be of good character;

(c)  be principally resident in
  Canada; and

(d)  have resided in Canada for at
  least 183 days of the year
  preceding the year of application
  for the licence.

 2.	To be a licensed duty free shop
operator at a border crossing in
Canada, a corporation must:

(a)  be incorporated in Canada; and

(b)  have all of its shares
  beneficially owned by Canadian
  citizens or permanent residents
  who meet the requirements of
  paragraph 1.

DURATION: Indeterminate

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SECTOR: Business Service Industries

SUB-SECTOR: Examination Services relating to the
	    Export and Import of Cultural Property

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: SIC 990 Other Services

TYPE OF RESERVATION: Local Presence (Article 1205)

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Cultural Property Export and Import
		Act, R.S.C. 1985, c. C-51

DESCRIPTION: Cross-Border Services

For purposes of the Cultural Property
Export and Import Act an "expert
examiner" of cultural property must be
either a natural person who ordinarily
resides in Canada or a corporation
that has its head office in Canada or
maintains one or more establishments
in Canada to which employees employed
in connection with the business of the
corporation ordinarily report for
work.

DURATION: Indeterminate

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SECTOR: Business Service Industries

SUB-SECTOR: Patent Agents and Agencies

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: SIC 7499 Other Financial
			  Intermediaries, Not
			  Elsewhere Classified
			  (Limited to Holders of
			  Intellectual Property
			  Rights)

TYPE OF RESERVATION: National Treatment (Article 1202)
		     Local Presence (Article 1205)

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Patent Act, R.S.C., 1985, c. P-4
		Patent Rules, CRC, Vol. XIII, c. 1250,
		p.10053

		Patent Cooperation Treaty Regulations,
		SOR/89-453

DESCRIPTION: Cross-Border Services

1.     To be able to represent persons
in the presentation and prosecution of
applications for patents or in other
business before the Patent Office, a
patent agent must be a resident of
Canada and registered by the Patent
Office.

2.     To prosecute an application for a
patent in Canada a registered patent
agent who is not a resident of Canada
must appoint a registered patent agent
who is a resident of Canada as an
associate to prosecute the
application.

3.     Any firm may be added to the
patent register provided that it has
at least one member who is also on the
register.

DURATION: Indeterminate

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SECTOR: Business Service Industries

SUB-SECTOR: Trade-Mark Agents

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: SIC 7499 Other Financial
			 Intermediaries, Not
			 Elsewhere Classified
			 (Limited to Holders of
			 intellectual Property
			 Rights)

TYPE OF RESERVATION: National Treatment (Article 1202)
		     Most-Favored-Nation Treatment (Article 1203)
		     Local Presence (Article 1205)

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Trade-Marks Act, R.S.C., 1985, c. T-13
		Trade-Marks Regulations, CRC, Vol.
		XVIII, c. 1559, p. 13803, as amended

DESCRIPTION: Cross-Border Services

1.     To be able to represent persons
in the presentation and prosecution of
applications for trade-marks or in
other business before the Trade-Mark
Office, a trade-mark agent must be a
resident of Canada and registered by
the Trade-Mark Office.

2.     To prosecute an application for a
trade-mark in Canada, a registered
trade-mark agent who is not resident
in Canada must appoint a registered
trade-mark agent who is resident in
Canada as an associate to prosecute
the application.

3.     Trade-mark agents who reside, and
are registered (in good standing), in
a Commonwealth country or the United
States may be added to the register of
trade-mark agents.

DURATION: Indeterminate

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SECTOR: Energy

SUB-SECTOR: Oil and Gas

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: [To be provided]

TYPE OF RESERVATION: National Treatment (Article 1102)

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Canada Petroleum Resources Act, R.S.C.
		1985, c. 36 (2nd Supp.) as amended by
		R.S.C. 1985, c. 21 (4th Supp.), S.C.
		1990, c. 8, 41., S.C. 1991, c. 10
		(partly in force), 24 (not in force),
		46 (not in force)

		Territorial Lands Act, R.S.C. 1985,
		c.T-7 as amended by R.S.C. 1985, c. 7
		(3rd Supp.)(partly in force); S.C.
		1991, c. 2, 24 (not in force), 50 (not
		in force)

		Public Lands Grants Act, R.S.C. 1985,
		c. P-30 as amended R.S.C. 1985, c. 13
		(1st Supp.); S.C. 1991, c. 24 (not in
		force).  Act repealed S.C. 1991, c. 50
		(repealing legislation not in force)

		Canada-Newfoundland Atlantic Accord
		Implementation Act, S.C. 1987, c. 3 as
		amended by S.C. 1988, c. 28, S.C.
		1990, c. 41; S.C. 1991, c. 46 (not in
		force), 49, 50 (not in force)

		Canada-Nova Scotia Offshore Petroleum
		Resources Accord Implementation Act,
		S.C. 1988, c. 28 as amended by S.C.
		1990, c. 28, 41; S.C. 1991, c. 46 (not
		in force), 49, 50 (not in force)

		Canada Oil and Gas Land Regulations,
		C.R.C. c. 1518 as amended SOR/80-590;
		SOR/82-663; SOR/89-144

DESCRIPTION: Investment

Canadian legislation contains certain
qualifications for holders of oil and
gas production licenses for
discoveries made after March 5, 1982.
These qualifications ensure that
holders of such licenses, or shares
therein, are Canadian citizens
ordinarily resident in Canada,
permanent residents or corporations
incorporated in Canada.

Notwithstanding qualification to hold
a production license, no production
license shall be issued for
discoveries made after March 5, 1982
unless the Minister of Energy, Mines
and Resources is satisfied that the
Canadian ownership rate of the
interest-owner in relation to the
production license on the date of
issuance would not be less than 50%.
"Interest-owner" is defined in the
Canada Petroleum Resources Act to mean
"an interest holder who holds the
interest or a group of interest
holders who hold all the shares of the
interest".

With respect to production licenses
for discoveries made prior to March 5,
1982, the Canadian ownership
requirements are as set out in the
Canada Oil and Gas Land Regulations.

These qualifications and Canadian
ownership requirements are in respect
of production licenses issued on
"frontier lands" and the "offshore
areas" (areas not under provincial
jurisdiction) as defined in the
legislation.

DURATION: Indeterminate

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SECTOR: Energy

SUB-SECTOR: Uranium

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: [To be provided]

TYPE OF RESERVATION: National Treatment (Article 1102)
		     Most-Favored-Nation Treatment
		     (Article 1103)

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Investment Canada Act, R.S.C. 1985, c.
		28, as amended by S.C.1988, c.65

		Investment Canada Regulations, SOR/85-
		611 as amended by SOR/189-69

		An Act to Amend the Investment Canada
		Act, (Bill C-89, introduced in
		Parliament on 18 June 1992)

		Policy on Non-resident Ownership in
		the Uranium Mining Sector, 1987

DESCRIPTION: Investment

Non-resident ownership of a uranium
mining property is limited to 49% at
the stage of first production.
Exceptions to this limit may be
permitted if it can be established
that the property is in fact
Canadian-controlled as defined in the
Investment Canada Act.

Exemptions from the policy are
allowed, subject to Cabinet approval,
only in cases where Canadian
participants in the ownership of the
property cannot be found.  Investments
in properties by "non-Canadians", as
defined in the Investment Canada Act,
prior to December 23, 1987, beyond the
permitted ownership level, are allowed
to remain in place; however no
increase in non-Canadian ownership is
permitted.

DURATION: Indeterminate

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SECTOR: Fisheries

SUB-SECTOR: Fish Harvesting and Processing

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: [To be provided]

TYPE OF RESERVATION: National Treatment (Article 1102)
		     Most-Favored-Nation Treatment (Article 1103)

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Coastal Fisheries Protection Act,
		R.S.C. 1985, c. C-33 as amended by
		R.S.C. 1985, c. 31 (1st Supp.); R.S.C.
		1985, c. 39 (2nd Supp.); S.C. 1990, c.
		44

		Fisheries Act, R.S.C. 1985, c. F-14 as
		amended by R.S.C. 1985, c. 31 (1st
		Supp.); R.S.C. 1985, c. 35 (1st
		Supp.); R.S.C. 1985, c. 40 (4th
		Supp.); S.C. 1990, c. 16; S.C. 1990,
		c. 17

		Policy on Foreign Investment in the
		Canadian Fisheries Sector, 1985

		Commercial Fisheries Licensing Policy

		Coastal Fisheries Protection
		Regulations, C.R.C., 1978, c. 413

DESCRIPTION: Investment

Under the Coastal Fisheries Protection
Act, "foreign" fishing vessels are
prohibited from entering Canada's 200
mile fishing zone except under
authority of a license or under
treaty.  "Foreign" vessels are those
which are not "Canadian" as defined in
the Coastal Fisheries Protection Act.
Under the Fisheries Act, The Minister
of Fisheries and Oceans has a
discretionary authority with respect
to the issuance of licenses.

Fish processing companies which have a
foreign ownership level of more than
49% are prohibited from holding
Canadian commercial fishing licenses.

DURATION: Indeterminate

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SECTOR: Fisheries

SUB-SECTOR: Fishing-Related Services

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: SIC 032 Services Incidental to  Fishing

TYPE OF RESERVATION: National Treatment (Article 1202)
		     Most-Favored-Nation Treatment (Article 1203)

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Coastal Fisheries Protection Act,
		R.S.C., 1985, c. C-33

DESCRIPTION: Cross-Border Services

Under the Coastal Fisheries Protection
Act, the Department of Fisheries and
Oceans is responsible for controlling
the activities of foreign fishing
vessels in Canada's Exclusive
Fisheries Zone (EFZ), including access
to Canadian ports (port privileges).

In general, the Department grants such
port privileges, including the
purchase of fuel and supplies, ship
repair, crew exchanges and
transshipment of fish catches, only to
fishing vessels from countries with
which it has favorable fishery
relations, based primarily on
adherence by the foreign country to
Canadian and international
conservation practices and policies.
Exceptions to this general rule are
allowed in cases of emergency ("force
majeure") and where the specific
provisions of bilateral fisheries
treaties apply.

DURATION: Indeterminate

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SECTOR: Government Finance

SUB-SECTOR: Securities

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: [To be provided]

TYPE OF RESERVATION: National Treatment (Article 1202)

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Financial Administrative Act, R.S.C.,
		1985, Chap. F-11 and annual Orders-in-
		Council

DESCRIPTION: Investment

Canada Savings Bonds are issued
annually pursuant to the Financial
Administration Act.  Terms and
conditions are set by Orders-in-
Council.  Sale of Canada Savings Bonds
is restricted to individuals who are
Canadian nationals.

DURATION: Indeterminate

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SECTOR: Transportation

SUB-SECTOR: Air Transportation

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: [To be provided]

TYPE OF RESERVATION: National Treatment (Article 1102)
		     Most Favored Nation Treatment (Article 1103)
		     Senior Management (Article 1107)

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: National Transportation Act, 1987,
		R.S.C. 1985, c. 28 (3rd Supp.), as
		amended by R.S.C. 1985, c. 29 (3rd
		Supp.); R.S.C. 1985 c. 19 (4th Supp.);
		R.S.C. 1985, c. 32 (4th Supp.)

		Aeronautics Act, R.S.C. 1985, c. A-2
		as amended by R.S.C.1985, c. 33 (1st
		Supp.); R.S.C. 1985, c. 28 (3rd Supp.)

		Air Regulations, C.R.C. 1978, c. 2

		Aircraft Marking and Registration
		Regulations, SOR/90-591, as amended by
		SOR/91-504

DESCRIPTION: Investment

The following "commercial air
services" are reserved to Canadian air
carriers or operators:	domestic air
transportation services (cabotage);
international scheduled air
transportation services reserved by
bilateral agreements to Canadian
airlines; and international
non-scheduled air transportation
services between Canada and a country
other than a foreign air carrier's
state of registry ("fifth freedom
charters").  For specialty air
services, see Schedule of Canada,
Annex I, p.I-C-42 and Schedule of
Canada, Annex II, p.II-C-9.

Only qualified persons may provide
commercial air services reserved to
Canadian air carriers or operators.
Non-Canadian investment in voting
stock of enterprises providing
commercial air services that are
reserved to Canadian air carriers or
operators is limited to 25% or to a
lesser percentage where control in
fact of the enterprise is otherwise
considered not to be held by
Canadians.  Non-Canadians are not
permitted, through voting interests or
other forms of investment, to control
Canadian air carriers or operators.
Aircraft other than state aircraft may
only be registered in Canada by
qualified persons.  Aircraft not
registered in Canada are limited by
regulation concerning the period
during which they may be operated in
Canada by Canadians.

A qualified person is a Canadian
citizen or permanent resident, or a
corporation incorporated by or under
the laws of Canada or a province and
of which:

(a)  not less than 75 % of the voting
  interest is in fact owned and
  controlled by Canadian citizens
  or permanent residents or by a
  corporation meeting the
  requirements on Canadian
  ownership and control;

(b)  not less than 2/3 of its
  directors are Canadian citizens
  or permanent residents;

(c)  the executive head is a Canadian
  citizen or permanent resident;
  and

(d)  the principal place of business
  is in Canada.

A corporation incorporated by or under
the laws of Canada or a province but
that does not meet the Canadian
ownership and control requirements may
only register a private aircraft when
the corporation is the sole owner and
subject to other limitations and
requirements of the Air Regulations.

The Air Regulations also have the
effect of limiting "non-Canadian"
corporations operating foreign
registered private aircraft within
Canada to the carriage of their own
employees. A "non-Canadian"
corporation is a corporation which
does not meet the Canadian ownership
and control requirements.

All commercial air services operating
in Canada require a Canadian operating
certificate to ensure their safety and
security.  An operating certificate
authorizing the provision of
commercial air services reserved to
Canadian operators or air carriers is
only issued to qualified persons.

DURATION: Indeterminate

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SECTOR: Transportation

SUB-SECTOR: Air Transportation

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: SIC 4513 Non-Scheduled Air Transport,
			 Specialty Industry

TYPE OF RESERVATION: National Treatment (Articles 1102, 1202)
		     Local Presence (Article 1205)
		     Senior Management (Article 1107)

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Aeronautics Act, R.S.C., 1985, c. A-2,
		section 4.2

		Air Regulations, C.R.C., Vol. I, c. 2,
		sections 700 and 702

		Air Regulations Series 2, No. 2
		(Aircraft Marking and Registration
		Regulations), SOR/90-591, section 19

DESCRIPTION: Cross-Border Services and Investment

1.     A person requires a Canadian
operating certificate issued by the
Department of Transport to provide
specialty air services in the
territory of Canada.  The Department
of Transport will issue an operating
certificate to a person applying for
authority to provide such services,
subject to compliance by such person
with Canadian safety requirements.

2.     Such operating certificate for
the provision of aerial construction,
heli-logging, aerial inspection,
aerial surveillance, flight training,
aerial sightseeing, and aerial
spraying services is not issued to a
person that is not "Canadian" as
defined in the applicable regulations
(a Canadian national or a corporation
incorporated and having its principal
place of business in Canada, its chief
executive officer and not fewer than
2/3 of its directors as Canadian
nationals, and not less than 75% of
its voting interest owned and
controlled by persons otherwise
meeting these requirements).

3.     A person of Mexico or of the
United States may obtain an operating
certificate, subject to compliance by
such person with Canadian safety
requirements, for the provision of
aerial mapping, aerial surveying,
aerial photography, forest fire
management, fire-fighting, aerial
advertising, glider towing and
parachute jumping services.

DURATION: Cross-Border Services

Paragraph 3 of the Description shall
govern upon entry into force of this
Agreement.

A person of Mexico or of the United
States will be permitted to obtain an
operating certificate, subject to
compliance with Canadian safety
requirements, for the provision of the
following specialty air services:

(a)  two years after the entry into
  force of this Agreement, aerial
  construction and heli-logging
  services;

(b)  three years after the entry into
  force of this Agreement, aerial
  inspection, aerial surveillance,
  flight training, and aerial
  sightseeing services; and

(c)  six years after the entry into
  force of this Agreement, aerial
  spraying services.


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SECTOR: Transportation

SUB-SECTOR: Air Transportation

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: SIC 4523 Aircraft Servicing Industry

			 SIC 3211 Aircraft and Aircraft Parts
			  Industry

TYPE OF RESERVATION: Most-Favored-Nation Treatment (Article 1203)
		     Local Presence (1205)

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Aeronautics Act, R.S.C., 1985,
		c. A-2, section 4.9

		Air Regulations, Series 2, No.11
		[	]

		Airworthiness Manual, chapters 573 and
		575 [	    ]

		Agreement Concerning Airworthiness
		Certification, Exchange of Letters
		between Canada and the United States,
		dated August 31, 1984, CTS______.

DESCRIPTION: Cross-Border Services

Aircraft repair, overhaul and
maintenance activities which are
required to maintain the airworthiness
of Canadian-registered aircraft must
be performed by Canadian-certified
persons.  Such certifications are not
provided for enterprises located
outside Canada, except sub-
organizations of approved maintenance
organizations that are themselves
located in Canada.

Pursuant to an airworthiness agreement
between Canada and the United States,
Canada recognizes the certifications
and oversight provided by the United
States for all repair, maintenance and
overhaul activities performed by U.S.-
certified persons, including the
individual performing the work,
located in the United States.

DURATION: Indeterminate

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SECTOR: Transportation

SUB-SECTOR: Land Transportation

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: SIC 456 Truck Transport Industries

			 SIC 4572 Interurban and Rural Transit
			 Systems Industry

			 SIC 4573 School Bus Operations
			 Industry

			 SIC 4574 Charter and Sightseeing Bus
			 Services Industry

TYPE OF RESERVATION: National Treatment (Article 1202)
		     Local Presence (Article 1205)

LEGAL CITATION: Motor Vehicle Transport Act, 1987,
		R.S.C., 1985, c. 29, (3rd Supp.),
		Parts I and II

		National Transportation Act, 1987,
		R.S.C., 1985, c. 28 (3rd Supp.), Part
		IV

		Customs Tariff, R.S.C., 1985, c. 41
		(3rd Supp.), subsection 19(1)

DESCRIPTION: Cross-Border Services

Only persons of Canada, using
Canadian-built or duty-paid trucks or
buses, may provide truck or bus
services between points in the
territory of Canada.

DURATION: Indeterminate

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SECTOR: Transportation

SUB-SECTOR: Water Transportation

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: SIC 4541 Freight and Passenger Water
			 Transport Industry

			 SIC 4542 Ferry Industry

			 SIC 4543 Marine Towing Industry

			 SIC 4549 Other Water Transport
			 Industries

			 SIC 4553 Marine Salvage Industry

			 SIC 4559 Other Service Industries
			 Incidental to Water
			 Transport

TYPE OF RESERVATION: National Treatment (Articles 1102, 1202)
		     Most-Favored-Nation Treatment (Articles 1103, 1203)
		     Local Presence (Article 1205)

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Canada Shipping Act, R.S.C., 1985, c.
		S-9, sections 6 and 7

DESCRIPTION: Cross-Border Services and Investment

To register a ship in Canada for the
purpose of providing international
maritime transportation services, the
owner of the ship must be:

(a)  a Canadian citizen or a citizen
  of a Commonwealth country, or

(b)  a corporation incorporated under
  the laws of, and having its
  principal place of business in,
  Canada or a Commonwealth country.

For domestic maritime transportation
services (cabotage), see Schedule of
Canada, Annex II,
p.II-C-10.

DURATION: Indeterminate

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SECTOR: Transportation

SUB-SECTOR: Water Transportation

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: SIC 4541 Freight and Passenger Water
			 Transport Industry

			 SIC 4542 Ferry Industry

			 SIC 4543 Marine Towing Industry

			 SIC 4549 Other Water Transport
			 Industries

			 SIC 4553 Marine Salvage Industry

			 SIC 4554 Piloting Service, Water
			 Transport Industry

			 SIC 4559 Other Service Industries
			 Incidental to Water
			 Transport

TYPE OF RESERVATION: National Treatment (Article 1202)
		     Local Presence (Article 1205)

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Canada Shipping Act, R.S.C., 1985, c.
		S-9, Part II

DESCRIPTION: Cross-Border Services

Masters, mates, and engineers are
required to be certified by the
Department of Transport as ship's
officers while engaged on a Canadian-
registered vessel.  Only Canadian
nationals may be certified as ship's
officers.

DURATION: Indeterminate

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SECTOR: Transportation

SUB-SECTOR: Water Transportation

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: SIC 4554 Piloting Service, Water
			 Transport Industry

TYPE OF RESERVATION: National Treatment (Article 1202)
		     Local Presence (Article 1205)

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Pilotage Act, R.S.C., 1985, c. P-14

		General Pilotage Regulations, C.R.C.,
		Vol. XIII c. 1263

		Atlantic Pilotage Authority
		Regulations, C.R.C. Vol. XIII, c. 1264

		Laurentian Pilotage Authority
		Regulations, C.R.C., Vol. XIII, c.
		1268

		Great Lakes Pilotage Regulations,
		C.R.C., Vol. XIII, c. 1266

		Pacific Pilotage Regulations, C.R.C.,
		Vol. XIII, c. 1270

DESCRIPTION: Cross-Border Services

A licence issued by the Department of
Transport is required to provide
pilotage services in Canada.  Only
Canadian citizens or permanent
residents may obtain such licence.  A
permanent resident of Canada who has
been issued a pilot's licence must
become a Canadian citizen within five
years of receipt of such licence in
order to retain it.

DURATION: Indeterminate

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SECTOR: Transportation

SUB-SECTOR: Water Transportation

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: SIC 454 Water Transport Industry

TYPE OF RESERVATION: Local Presence (Article 1205)

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Shipping Conference Exemption Act,
		1987, R.S.C., 1985, c.17 (3rd Supp.),
		section 18

DESCRIPTION: Cross-Border Services

Members of a shipping conference shall
maintain jointly an office or agency
in the region of Canada where they
operate.  A shipping conference is an
association of ocean carriers that has
the purpose or effect of regulating
rates and conditions for the
transportation by such carriers of
goods by water.

DURATION: Indeterminate

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SECTOR: Transportation

SUB-SECTOR: Water Transportation

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: SIC 4541 Freight and Passenger Water
			 Transport Industry

			 SIC 4542 Ferry Industry

			 SIC 4543 Marine Towing Industry

TYPE OF RESERVATION: Most-Favored-Nation Treatment (Article 1203)

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Coasting Trade Act, S.C., 1992, c. 31,
		subsection 3(5)

DESCRIPTION: Cross-Border Services

The prohibitions under the Coasting
Trade Act set out in Schedule of
Canada, Annex II, p. II-C-10 do not
apply to any vessel that is owned by
the U.S. Government when used solely
for the purpose of transporting goods
owned by the U.S. Government from the
territory of Canada to supply Distant
Early Warning sites.

DURATION: Indeterminate

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SECTOR: Energy

SUB-SECTOR: Oil and Gas

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: [To be provided]

TYPE OF RESERVATION: Performance Requirements (Article 1106)

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Canada Oil and Gas Operations Act (in
		force as of September 1, 1992)

		Hibernia Development Project Act

DESCRIPTION:

1.     The terms and conditions of
government assistance for the Hibernia
project require that certain goods and
services be sourced in Newfoundland
and in Canada and that the project
operator undertakes, on a "best
efforts" basis, to achieve specific
Canadian and Newfoundland content
levels.

2.     In addition, Canada reserves the
right to impose any requirement or
enforce any commitment or undertaking
for the transfer of technology, a
production process or other
proprietary knowledge to a national or
enterprise in Canada, in connection
with the Hibernia project.
DURATION: For purposes of this entry, paragraph
2 of the Description shall govern with
respect to Canada's reservation to the
obligations of Article 1106(1) (f).

Indeterminate

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SECTOR: Energy

SUB-SECTOR: Oil and Gas

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: [To be provided]

TYPE OF RESERVATION: Performance Requirements (Article 1106)
		     Local Presence (Article 1205)

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Canada Oil and Gas Operation Act, (in
		force as of September 1, 1992)

		Canada-Nova Scotia Offshore Petroleum
		Resources Accord Implementation Act,
		S.C. 1988, c.28

		Canada-Newfoundland Atlantic Accord,
		S.C. 1987, c.3

		Yukon Oil and Gas Accord (under
		negotiation)

		Northwest Territories Oil and Gas
		Accord (under negotiation)

DESCRIPTION:

1.     Under the Canada Oil and Gas
Operations Act, the Minister of
Energy, Mines and Resources requires
the applicant to submit a "benefits
plan".	Approval of the benefits plan
is required to receive authorization
to proceed with any oil and gas
development project.

2.     A "benefits plan" means a plan
for the employment of Canadians and
for providing Canadian manufacturers,
consultants, contractors and service
companies with a full and fair
opportunity to participate on a
competitive basis in the supply of
goods and services used in any
proposed work or activity referred to
in the benefits plan.  The Act permits
the Minister to impose an additional
requirement on the applicant, as part
of the benefits plan, to ensure that
disadvantaged individuals or groups
have access to training and employment
opportunities or can participate in
the supply of goods and services used
in any proposed work referred to in
the benefits plan.  Similar provisions
will be included in the Yukon and
Northwest Territories Accords.

3.     The Canada-Nova Scotia Offshore
Petroleum Resources Accord
Implementation Act and the Canada-
Newfoundland Atlantic Accord
Implementation Act have the same
requirement for a "benefits plan" but
also require that the "benefits plan"
ensure that:

(a)  before carrying out any work or
  activity in the offshore area the
  corporation or other body
  submitting the plan shall
  establish in the Province an
  office where appropriate levels
  of decision-making are to take
  place;

(b)  expenditures shall be made for
  research and development to be
  carried out in the Province, and
  for education and training to be
  provided in the Province; and

(c)  first consideration shall be
  given to goods produced or
  services provided from within the
  Province, where those goods or
  services are competitive in terms
  of fair market price, quality and
  delivery.

4.     The Boards administering the
benefits plan under these Acts may
also require that the plan include
provisions to ensure that
disadvantaged individuals or groups or
corporations owned or cooperatives
operated by them participate in the
supply of goods and services used in
any proposed work or activity referred
in the benefits plan.

5.     In addition, Canada reserves the
right to impose any requirement or
enforce any commitment or undertaking
for the transfer of technology, a
production process or other
proprietary knowledge to a national or
enterprise in Canada, in connection
with the approval of development
projects under the Acts cited above.
DURATION: For purposes of this entry, paragraph
5 of the Description shall govern with
respect to Canada's reservation to the
obligations of Article 1106(1) (f).

For purposes of this entry, the Yukon
Oil and Gas Accord and the Northwest
Territories Oil and Gas Accord shall
be deemed to be existing measures,
upon completion of their negotiation.

Indeterminate



				  ANNEX I
			    Schedule of Mexico


SECTOR: All sectors

SUB-SECTOR: All sub-sectors

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: Not applicable

TYPE OF RESERVATION: National Treatment (Article 1102)

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Constituci¢n Pol¡tica de los Estados
Unidos Mexicanos (United Mexican
States Political Constitution).
T¡tulo I Cap¡tulo I.

Ley de Nacionalidad y Naturalizaci¢n
(Nationality and Naturalization Law).
Cap¡tulo VI (Disposiciones generales)

Ley Org nica de la Fracci¢n I del
Art¡culo 27 de la Constituci¢n
(Organic Law of the First Section of
Article 27 of the United Mexican
States Political Constitution).

Ley para Promover la Inversi¢n
Mexicana y Regular la Inversi¢n
Extranjera (Law to Promote Mexican
Investment and to Regulate Foreign
Investment). Cap¡tulos I y IV (Objeto
y Fideicomisos en frontera y
litorales)

Reglamento de la Ley para Promover la
Inversi¢n Mexicana y Regular la
Inversi¢n Extranjera (Regulations of
the Law to Promote Mexican Investment
and to Regulate Foreign Investment).
T¡tulo III Cap¡tulo I y T¡tulo III
Cap¡tulo III. (Inversi¢n extranjera
mediante fideicomisos)

DESCRIPTION: Investment

Foreigners and foreign enterprises, as
defined in the	Constituci¢n Pol¡tica
de los Estados Unidos Mexicanos; and
Mexican enterprises without a
foreigners' exclusion clause may not
acquire "direct dominion" (dominio
directo) over land and water in a 100
kilometers strip along the country's
borders or in a 50 kilometers strip
inland from its coasts (the Restricted
Zone).

Nevertheless, foreigners, foreign
enterprises and Mexican enterprises
may acquire "Certificados de
Participaci¢n Ordinaria" (CPO's). Such
CPO's grant to the beneficiaries the
right to use and enjoy the real estate
and to receive the profits that it may
obtain from the profitable use of the
property.

The CPO's are issued by a Mexican
credit institution that has been
granted authorization to acquire
through trust the title to real estate
intended for industrial and tourist
activities in the Restricted Zone for
a period not to exceed 30 years.

The trust is renewable if:

(a)  The beneficiaries of the trust
  which is to be extinguished or
  terminated will be beneficiaries
  of the new trust;

(b)  the new trust is to be executed
  under the same terms and
  conditions as the trust which is
  to be extinguished or terminated,
  in respect of the purposes of the
  trust, the use of real estate and
  its characteristics;


(c)  the respective permits are
  requested within a period of 360
  to 181 days prior to the trust be
  extinguished or terminated; and

(d)  the provisions of the Ley para
  Promover la Inversi¢n Mexicana y
  Regular la Inversi¢n Extranjera
  and its regulations are observed.

DURATION: Indeterminate
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SECTOR: All sectors

SUB-SECTOR: All sub-sectors

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: Not applicable

TYPE OF RESERVATION: National Treatment (Article 1102)

LEGAL CITATION: Ley Para Promover la Inversi¢n
Mexicana y Regular la Inversi¢n
Extranjera (Law to Promote Mexican
Investment and to Regulate Foreign
Investment).

Reglamento de la Ley Para Promover la
Inversi¢n Mexicana y Regular la
Inversi¢n Extranjera (Regulations of
the Law to Promote Mexican Investment
and to Regulate Foreign Investment).

DESCRIPTION: Investment

The Comisi¢n Nacional de Inversiones
Extranjeras in order to evaluate the
applications submitted to its
consideration (acquisitions or
establishment of investments in
restricted activities as set out in
this Schedule), shall take into
account the following criteria:

(a)  Its effects on employment and
  training;

(b)  Its technological contribution;

(c)  In general its contribution to
  increase the Mexican industrial
  production and  competitiveness.

The Comisi¢n Nacional de Inversiones
Extranjeras may impose performance
requirements which are not prohibited
by Article 1106 of the Investment
Chapter.

DURATION: Description shall govern upon entry
into force of this Agreement.

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SECTOR: All sectors

SUB-SECTOR: All sub-sectors

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: Not applicable

TYPE OF RESERVATION: National Treatment (Article 1102)

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Ley Para Promover la Inversi¢n
Mexicana y Regular la Inversi¢n
Extranjera (Law to Promote Mexican
Investment and to Regulate Foreign
Investment).

Reglamento de la Ley Para Promover la
Inversi¢n Mexicana y Regular la
Inversi¢n Extranjera (Regulations of
the Law to Promote Mexican Investment
and to Regulate Foreign Investment).
DESCRIPTION: Investment

Mexico will review the acquisition,
whether directly or indirectly, of
more than 49% of the ownership
interest of a Mexican enterprise in an
unrestricted sector, that is owned or
controlled by Mexican nationals,
directly or indirectly, by an investor
of another Party if the value of the
gross assets of the Mexican enterprise
is not less than the applicable
thresholds, effective on the date of
entry into force of this Agreement and
adjusted on each anniversary thereof.
The calculation of the applicable
review thresholds is set out in the
following section below.

DURATION: Description shall govern upon entry
into force of this Agreement.

The basis for calculating the
threshold will be:

(a)  USD 25 million, for the three
  year period commencing on the
  date of entry into force of this
  Agreement;

(b)  USD 50 million, for the three
  year period commencing on the
  fourth year after the date of
  entry into force of this
  Agreement;

(c)  USD 75 million, for the three
  year period commencing on the
  seventh year after the entry into
  force of this Agreement;

(d)  USD 150 million, for the tenth
  year after entry into force of
  this Agreement.

Beginning with the Agreement's second
year these thresholds shall be
adjusted for cumulative inflation
based on the US GDP price deflator
from the date of entry into force of
this Agreement.

Beginning with year eleven after entry
into force of this Agreement, the
threshold will be adjusted for growth
in nominal Mexican GDP--but in no case
will the threshold to be applied
exceed that of Canada.

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SECTOR: All sectors

SUB-SECTOR: All sub-sectors

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: Not applicable

TYPE OF RESERVATION: National Treatment (Article 1102) Senior Management
		    (Article 1107)

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Constituci¢n Pol¡tica de los Estados
Unidos Mexicanos (United Mexican
States Political Constitution).

Ley General de Sociedades Cooperativas
(General Law of Cooperative
Companies). T¡tulo I Cap¡tulo I y
T¡tulo II Cap¡tulo II

DESCRIPTION: Investment

No more than 10 percent of the persons
participating in a Mexican Cooperative
Production enterprise may be
foreigners.

Foreigners cannot engage in general
administrative functions.

DURATION: Indeterminate

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SECTOR: All sectors

SUB-SECTOR: All sub-sectors

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: Not applicable

TYPE OF RESERVATION: National Treatment (Article 1102)

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Ley Federal para el Fomento de la Microindustria (Law to
	       Promote the Microindustry).

DESCRIPTION: Investment

Only Mexican nationals and Mexican
enterprises with foreigners' exclusion
clause may qualify as microindustry
enterprises.

DURATION: Indeterminate

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SECTOR: Agriculture, Livestock, Forestry, and Lumber Activities

SUB-SECTOR: Agriculture, Livestock or Forestry

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: CMAP 1111 Agriculture
			 CMAP 1112 Livestock
			 CMAP 120011 Forestry
			 CMAP 120012 Exploitation of Forest Nurseries
			 CMAP 120030 Collection of Forest Products
			 CMAP 120040 Falling Trees

TYPE OF RESERVATION: National Treatment (Article 1102)

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Constituci¢n Pol¡tica de los Estados
		Unidos Mexicanos (United Mexican States Political Constitution).
		Ley Agraria (Agrarian Law). T¡tulo VI,

DESCRIPTION: Investment

All enterprises constituted in Mexico
which own land for agriculture,
livestock or forestry purposes, must
issue a special type of shares ("T"
shares) which represent the value of
the aforementioned land at the time of
its acquisition. Investors of another
Party and their investments may own up
to 49 percent of such "T" shares.

DURATION: Indeterminate

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SECTOR: Communications

SUB-SECTOR: Entertainment Services (Broadcasting and Multipoint Distribution
	    Systems, (MDS), and Cable Television)

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: CMAP 941104 Private Production and
			 Transmission of Radio Programs (Limited to Production
			 and Transmission of Radio Programs, MDS
			 and uninterrupted music)

			 CMAP 941105 Private Services of Production,
			 Transmission and
			 Repetition of Television Programming
			 (Limited to Production, Transmission
			 and Repetition of Television Programs,
			 MDS, Direct Broadcasting Systems, and
			 High Definition Television and Cable
			 Television)

TYPE OF RESERVATION: National Treatment (Articles 1102, 1202)

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT:  Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Ley Federal de Radio y Televisi¢n
(Radio and Television Federal Law),
T¡tulo IV (Funcionamiento), Cap¡tulo
III (Programaci¢n)

Reglamento de la Ley Federal de Radio
y Televisi¢n y de la Ley de la
Industria Cinematogr fica relativo al
contenido de las transmisiones de
Radio y Televisi¢n (Regulations of the
Radio and Television Federal Law and
Motion Picture Industry Law relating
to Radio o Television Content), T¡tulo
III (Programaci¢n)



Reglamento del Servicio de Televisi¢n
por Cable, (Cable Television
Regulations) Cap¡tulo VI
(Programaci¢n)

DESCRIPTION: Cross-Border Services

For the protection of copyrights a
holder of a concession for a
commercial broadcast station or for a
cable television system in Mexico is
required to obtain an authorization
from the Secretar¡a de Gobernaci¢n to
import in any form radio or television
programming for broadcast or cable
distribution of such programming
within Mexico.

The authorization will be granted if
the request includes documentation
showing that the foreign government,
sponsoring international organization,
or the private entrepreneur or
organizer has granted the license
("derechos") to retransmit or
distribute by cable such program.

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SECTOR: Communications

SUB-SECTOR: Entertainment Services (Cable Television)

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: CMAP 941105 Private Services of
			 Production, Transmission and
			 Retransmission of Television
			 Programming (Limited to cable
			 television)

TYPE OF RESERVATION: National Treatment (Articles  1102, 1202)
		     Local Presence (Article 1205)

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Constituci¢n Pol¡tica de los Estados
Unidos Mexicanos(United Mexican States
Political Constitution), Article 32

Ley de V¡as Generales de Comunicaci¢n
(General Means of Communication Law),
Libro I Cap¡tulo III (Concesiones,
Permisos y Contratos)

Ley Federal de Radio y Televisi¢n
(Radio and Television Federal Law),
T¡tulo III, (Concesiones, Permisos e
Instalaciones)

Ley para Promover la Inversi¢n
Mexicana y Regular la Inversi¢n
Extranjera (Law to Promote Mexican
Investment and to Regulate Foreign
Investment)

Reglamento del Servicio de Televisi¢n
por Cable (Cable Television
Regulations), Cap¡tulo II
(Concesiones)

Reglamento de la Ley para Promover la
Inversi¢n Mexicana y Regular la
Inversi¢n Extranjera (Regulations of
the Law to Promote Mexican Investment
and to Regulate Foreign Investment)
DESCRIPTION: Cross-Border Services

1. A concession granted by the
Secretar¡a de Comunicaciones y
Transportes is required to construct
and operate, or to operate, cable
television systems. Such concession is
granted only to Mexican nationals or
Mexican enterprises.

Investment:

2. Investors of another Party and
their investments may own, directly or
indirectly, up to 49 percent of an
enterprise established or to be
established in Mexico which owns or
operates a cable television systems or
provides cable television services.

DURATION: Cross-Border Services
Indeterminate.

Investment

Paragraph 2 of the description shall
govern upon entry into force of this
Agreement; subject to discussion by
the Parties five years after the entry
into force of this Agreement.

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SECTOR: Communications

SUB-SECTOR: Entertainment Services

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: CMAP 941103 Private Exhibition of Films (cinema)

TYPE OF RESERVATION: National Treatment (Article 1202)
		     Performance Requirements (Article 1106)

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Ley de la Industria Cinematogr fica
(Motion Picture Industry Law)

Reglamento de la Ley de la Industria
Cinematogr fica (Regulations of the
Motion Picture Industry)

DESCRIPTION: Cross-Border Services and Investment

On an annual basis, 30 percent of the
screen time of every theater may be
reserved for films produced, either
within or outside Mexico, by Mexican
enterprises.

DURATION: The description shall govern upon
entry into force of this Agreement.

Indeterminate

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SECTOR: Communications

SUB-SECTOR: Entertainment Services (Broadcasting,
	    Multipoint Distribution Systems (MDS),
	    and Cable Television)

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: CMAP 941104 Private Production and
			Transmission of Radio Programs
			(Limited to Production and
			Transmission of Radio Programs, MDS
			and uninterrupted music)

			CMAP 941105 Private Services of
			Production, Transmission and
			Retransmission of Television
			Programming (Limited to Production,
			Transmission and Retransmission of
			Television Programs, MDS, Direct
			Broadcasting Systems, High-Definition
			Television and Cable Television)

TYPE OF RESERVATION: National Treatment (Article 1202)
		     Performance Requirement (Article 1106)

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Ley Federal de Radio y Televisi¢n,
(Radio and Television Federal Law),
T¡tulo IV (Funcionamiento), Cap¡tulo
III (Programaci¢n)

Reglamento de la Ley Federal de Radio
y Televisi¢n y de la Ley de la
Industria Cinematogr fica relativo al
contenido de las transmisiones de
Radio y Televisi¢n (Regulation of
Radio and Television Federal Law and
Regulations of the Motion Picture
Industry Law relating to Broadcasting
Content), T¡tulo III (Programaci¢n)


Reglamento del Servicio de Televisi¢n
por Cable (Cable Television
Regulations), Cap¡tulo VI
(Programaci¢n)

DESCRIPTION: Cross-Border Services and Investment

The use of the Spanish language is
required for the broadcast, cable or
multipoint-distribution-system
distribution of radio or television
programming, except when the
Secretar¡a de Gobernaci¢n authorizes
the use of another language.

A majority of personnel involved in
the production and performance of a
live broadcast programming activity
must be Mexican nationals.

To perform in Mexico, a radio and
television announcer or presentor who
is not a Mexican national must obtain
an authorization from the Secretar¡a
de Gobernaci¢n.

DURATION: Indeterminate

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SECTOR: Communications

SUB-SECTOR: Entertainment Services (Broadcasting,
	    and Multipoint Distribution Systems and Cable Television)

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: CMAP 941105 Private Services of
			Production, Transmission and
			Retransmission of Television
			Programming (Limited to Broadcasting,
			Cable Television and Multipoint
			Distribution Systems)

TYPE OF RESERVATION: National Treatment (Article 1202)

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Ley Federal de Radio y Televisi¢n,
(Radio and Television Federal Law),
T¡tulo IV (Funcionamiento), Cap¡tulo
III (Programaci¢n)

Reglamento de la Ley Federal de Radio
y Televisi¢n y de la Ley de la
Industria Cinematogr fica relativo al
contenido de las transmisiones de
Radio y Televisi¢n (Regulations of the
Radio and Television Federal Law and
Regulation of the Motion Picture
Industry Law relating to Broadcasting
Content), T¡tulo III (Programaci¢n)

Reglamento del Servicio de Televisi¢n
por Cable, (Cable Television
Regulations), Cap¡tulo VI
(Programaci¢n)

DESCRIPTION: Cross-Border Services and Investment

The use of the Spanish language or
Spanish subtitles is required for
advertising broadcast or distributed
in Mexico.

Advertising included in programs
transmitted directly from outside
Mexico may not be broadcast in such
programs when they are retransmitted
or distributed in Mexico

DURATION: Indeterminate

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SECTOR: Communications

SUB-SECTOR: Telecommunications (Enhanced or Value-Added Services)

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: CMAP 720006 Other Telecomunications
			Services (Limited to Enhanced or
			Value-Added Services)

TYPE OF RESERVATION: National Treatment (Articles 1102, 1202)
		     Local Presence (Article 1205)

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Ley de V¡as Generales de Comunicaci¢n
(General Means of Communication Law),
Libro Primero, Cap¡tulo III
(Concesiones, Permisos y Contratos)

Reglamento de Telecomunicaciones
(Telecommunications Regulations),
Cap¡tulo 4, (Permisos)

Ley para Promover la Inversi¢n
Mexicana y Regular la Inversi¢n
Extranjera (Law to Promote Mexican
Investment and to Regulate Foreign
Investment)

Reglamento de la Ley para Promover la
Inversi¢n Mexicana y Regular la
Inversi¢n Extranjera (Regulations of
the Law to Promote Mexican Investment
and to Regulate Foreign Investment)

DESCRIPTION: Cross-border Services

1. A provider of enhanced or
value-added services must obtain a
permit issued by the Secretar¡a de
Comunicaciones y Transportes.

2. Persons of Canada or the United
States may provide all enhanced or
value-added services, except videotext
or enhanced packet switching services,
without the need to establish local
presence.

3. Videotext and enhanced packet
switching services may not be provided
on a cross-border basis.

Investment

1. Investors of another Party and
their investments may own  100 percent
of an enterprise established or to be
established in Mexico that provides
any telecommunication enhanced or
value-added service, other than
videotext or enhanced packet switching
services.

2. Investors of another Party and
their investments may own, directly or
indirectly, up to 49 percent of an
enterprise established or to be
established in Mexico that provides
videotext or enhanced packet switching
services.

DURATION: Cross-border Services

Paragraphs 2 and 3 of the description
shall govern upon entry into force of
this Agreement.

Commencing July 1, 1995, a person of
Canada or the United States may
provide videotext or enhanced packet
switching services without the need to
establish a local presence in Mexico.

Investment

Paragraph 1 of the description shall
govern upon entry into force of this
Agreement.

Commencing July 1, 1995, investors of
another Party and their investments
may own 100 percent of an enterprise
established or to be established in
Mexico that provides videotext or
enhanced packet switching services.

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SECTOR: Communications

SUB-SECTOR: Transport Telecommunications General Means of Communication

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: CMAP 7200 Communications
			 CMAP 7100 Transport
			 CMAP 9411 Radio and Television

TYPE OF RESERVATION: National Treatment (Articles 1102, 1202)

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Ley de V¡as Generales de Comunicaci¢n
(General Means of Communication Law)

Ley Federal de Radio y Televisi¢n,
(Radio and Television Federal Law)

Reglamento del Servicio de Televisi¢n
por Cable (Cable Television
Regulations)

Reglamento de Telecomunicaciones
(Telecommunications Regulations)

DESCRIPTION: Investment

Foreign Governments and Foreign state
enterprises or their investments may
not invest, directly or indirectly, in
a Mexican enterprise providing
services related to the general means
of communication set out herein.

DURATION: Indeterminate

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SECTOR: Construction

SUB-SECTOR:

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: CMAP 501101 Residential or Housing Construction

			 CMAP 501102 Non-residential Construction

			 CMAP 501200 Construction of Urbanization Projects

			 CMAP 501311 Construction of Industrial Plants

			 CMAP 501312 Construction of Electricity Generation
			 Plants

			CMAP 501321 Construction and Maintenance of
			Electricity Conduction Lines and Networks

			CMAP 501411 Mounting or Installing Concrete
			Structures

			CMAP 501412 Mounting or Installing Metallic
			Structures

			CMAP 501421 Marine and River Works

			CMAP 501422 Construction of Routes for Land
			Transportation

			CMAP 502001 Hydraulic and Sanitation Installations in
			Buildings

			CMAP 502002 Electrical Installations in Buildings

			CMAP 502003 Telecommunications Installations

			CMAP 502004 Other Special Installations

			CMAP 503001 Earth Movement

			CMAP 503002 Cement Works

			CMAP 503003 Underground Excavations

			CMAP 503004 Underwater Works

			CMAP 503005 Installation of Signs and Warnings

			CMAP 503006 Demolition

			CMAP 503007 Construction of Water Purification or
			Treatment Plants

			CMAP 503009 Drilling Water Wells

			CMAP 503010 Construction Activities not Elsewhere
			Classified

TYPE OF RESERVATION: National Treatment (Article 1102)

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Ley para Promover la Inversi¢n
Mexicana y Regular la Inversi¢n
Extranjera (Law to Promote Mexican
Investment and to Regulate Foreign
Investment), Cap¡tulos II y III

Reglamento de la Ley para Promover la
Inversi¢n Mexicana y Regular la
Inversi¢n Extranjera (Regulations of
the Law to Promote Mexican Investment
and to Regulate Foreign Investment).

DESCRIPTION: Investment

Prior approval of the Comisi¢n
Nacional de Inversiones Extranjeras is
required for investors of another
Party or their investments to own,
directly or indirectly, more than 49
percent of the ownership interests of
an enterprise established or to be
established in Mexico that carry out
construction activities as set out in
the classification mentioned above.

DURATION: Five years after the entry into force
of this Agreement, investors of
another Party and their investments
may own 100 percent of the ownership
interests of such enterprises without
Comisi¢n Nacional de Inversiones
Extranjeras' prior approval.

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SECTOR: Construction

SUB-SECTOR: Not applicable

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: CMAP 503008 Exploration and drilling
			 works and services done by specialized
			 contractors excluding the case when
			 these same works and services are done
			 by personnel of PEMEX in the
			 activities classified under industrial
			 classification 220000.

TYPE OF RESERVATION: National Treatment (Article 1102)

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Constituci¢n Pol¡tica de los Estados
Unidos Mexicanos (United Mexican
States Political Constitution), T¡tulo
I Cap¡tulo I.

Ley Reglamentaria del Art¡culo 27
Constitucional en el Ramo del Petr¢leo
(Regulatory Law of Article 27 of the
United Mexican States Political
Constitution in matters related with
Petroleum)

Ley para Promover la Inversi¢n
Mexicana y Regular la Inversi¢n
Extranjera (Law to Promote Mexican
Investment and to Regulate Foreign
Investment) Cap¡tulo I

Reglamento de la Ley para Promover la
Inversi¢n Mexicana y Regular la
Inversi¢n Extranjera (Regulations of
the Law to Promote Mexican Investment
and to Regulate Foreign Investment)

DESCRIPTION: Investment

Risk-sharing services contracts are
prohibited.

Prior approval of the Comisi¢n
Nacional de Inversiones Extranjeras is
required for investors of another
Party and their investments to own,
directly or indirectly, more than 49
percent of the ownership interests of
an enterprise established or to be
established in Mexico involved in
"non-risk sharing" service contracts
for the drilling of petroleum and gas
wells.

DURATION: Indeterminate

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SECTOR: Educational Services

SUB-SECTOR: Private Schools

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: CMAP 921101 Preschool Private
			Educational Services

			CMAP 921102 Primary School Private
			Educational Services

			CMAP 921103 Secondary School Private
			Educational Services

			CMAP 921104 Middle High School Private
			Educational Services

			CMAP 921105 Higher Private Educational
			Services

			CMAP 921106 Private Educational
			Services that Combine Preschool,
			Primary, Secondary, Middle High and
			Higher Instruction

TYPE OF RESERVATION: National Treatment (Article 1102)

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Ley para Promover la Inversi¢n
Mexicana y Regular la Inversi¢n
Extranjera (Law to Promote Mexican
Investment and to Regulate Foreign
Investment)

Reglamento de la Ley para Promover la
Inversi¢n Mexicana y Regular la
Inversi¢n Extranjera (Regulations of
the Law to Promote Mexican Investment
and to Regulate Foreign Investment)

Ley Para la Coordinaci¢n de la
Educaci¢n Superior (Law for the
Coordination of the Higher Education),
Cap¡tulo II

Ley Federal de Educaci¢n (Education
Law), Cap¡tulo III

DESCRIPTION: Investment

Prior approval of the Comisi¢n
Nacional de Inversiones Extranjeras is
required for investors of another
Party or their investments to own,
directly or indirectly, more than 49
percent of the ownership interests of
an enterprise established or to be
established in Mexico that operates
educational services as set out in the
classification mentioned above.

DURATION: Indeterminate

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SECTOR: Energy

SUB-SECTOR: Commercialization of Petroleum Products

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: CMAP 623050 Retail Sales of Gas of
			 liquified petroleum gas (LPG),
			 including the installation of fixed
			 deposits when the facilities are built
			 by the same establishment.

TYPE OF RESERVATION: National Treatment (Article 1102)

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Ley Reglamentaria del Art¡culo 27
Constitucional en el Ramo del Petr¢leo
(Regulatory Law of Article 27 of the
United Mexican States Political
Constitution related to Oil).

Ley para Promover la Inversi¢n
Mexicana y Regular la Inversi¢n
Extranjera (Law to Promote Mexican
Investment and to Regulate Foreign
Investment). Cap¡tulo I

Reglamento de la Ley Reglamentaria del
Art¡culo 27 Constitucional en el Ramo
de Petr¢leo (Reglamentation of the
Regulatory Law of Article 27 of the
United Mexican States Political
Constitution related to Oil)

Reglamento de la Distribuci¢n de
Gas.(Regulations of the Distribution
of LPG). Cap¡tulos I y II
(Autorizaciones y permisos)


Reglamento de la Ley para Promover la
Inversi¢n Mexicana y Regular la
Inversi¢n Extranjera (Regulations of
the Law to Promote Mexican Investment
and to Regulate Foreign Investment).

DESCRIPTION: Investment

Only Mexican nationals and Mexican
enterprises with foreigners' exclusion
clause may engage in the distribution
of liquified Petroleum gas.

DURATION: Indeterminate

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SECTOR: Energy

SUB-SECTOR: Commercialization of Petroleum Products

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: CMAP 6260000 Retail Outlets of
			 Gasoline and Diesel. Includes
			 Lubricants, Oils and Additives for
			 Resale in these Retail Outlets.

TYPE OF RESERVATION: National Treatment (Article 1102)

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Ley Reglamentaria del Art¡culo 27
Constitucional en el Ramo del Petr¢leo
(Regulatory Law of Article 27 of the
United Mexican States Political
Constitution related to Oil)

Reglamento de la Ley Reglamentaria del
Art¡culo 27 Constitucional en el Ramo
del Petr¢leo (Reglamentation of the
Regulatory Law of Article 27 of the
United Mexican States Political
Constitution related to Oil).

DESCRIPTION: Only Mexican nationals and Mexican
enterprises with foreigners' exclusion
clause may acquire, establish and
operate retail outlets engaged in the
resale of gasoline, diesel,
lubricants, oils and additives.
DURATION: The description shall govern upon
entry into force of this Agreement

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SECTOR: Fishing

SUBÄSECTOR: Fishing

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: CMAP 130011 Fishing on the High Seas

			 CMAP 130012 Coastal Fishing

			 CMAP 130013 Fresh Water Fishing

			 CMAP 130014 Fishing in the Economic Exclusive Zone

TYPE OF RESERVATION: National Treatment (Article 1102)
		     Most-Favored-Nation Treatment (Article 1103)

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Ley de Pesca (Fishing Law) Cap¡tulo I.

Ley de Navegaci¢n y Comercio Mar¡timo
(Navigation and Maritime Commerce
Law), Libro II T¡tulo Unico Cap¡tulo V


Ley Federal del Mar (Federal Sea Law)

Ley Federal de Aguas (Federal Law of
Water)

Ley para Promover la Inversi¢n
Mexicana y Regular la Inversi¢n
Extranjera (Law to Promote Mexican
Investment and to Regulate Foreign
Investment).

Reglamento de la Ley para Promover la
Inversi¢n Mexicana y Regular la
Inversi¢n Extranjera (Regulations of
the Law to Promote Mexican Investment
and to Regulate Foreign Investment).

DESCRIPTION: Investment

With respect to enterprises
established or to be established in
Mexico performing coastal fishing,
fresh water fishing and fishing in the
exclusive economic zone, investors of
another Party and their investments
may own, directly or indirectly, up to
49 percent of the ownership interest
of such enterprises.
With respect to enterprises
established or to be established in
Mexico performing fishing on the high
seas,  prior approval of the Comision
Nacional de Inversiones Extranjeras is
required for investors of another
Party or their investments to own,
directly or indirectly, more than 49
percent of the ownership interests of
enterprises established or to be
established in Mexico performing
fishing on the high seas.

DURATION: Indeterminate

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SECTOR: Manufacturing and Assembly of Goods

SUB-SECTOR: Auto Parts Industry

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: CMAP 383103 Manufacturing of Parts and
			 Accessories for Electrical Automotive
			 Systems

			 CMAP 384121 Manufacture and Assembly
			 of Car and Truck Bodies and Tows

			 CMAP 384122 Manufacture of Car and
			 Trucks Motors and Their Parts
			 CMAP 384123 Manufacture of Car and
			 Truck Transmission System Parts

			 CMAP 384124 Manufacture of Car and
			 Truck Suspension System Parts

			 CMAP 384125 Manufacture of Car and
			 Truck Brake System Parts and
			 Accessories

			 CMAP 384126 Manufacture of Other Car
			 and Truck Parts and Accessories

TYPE OF RESERVATION: National Treatment (Article 1102)

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Annex 300-A (Trade and Investment in
the Automotive Industry Sector) of
this Agreement.

Ley Para Promover la Inversi¢n
Mexicana y Regular la Inversi¢n
Extranjera (Law to Promote Mexican
Investment and to Regulate Foreign
Investment).

Reglamento de la Ley Para Promover la
Inversi¢n Mexicana y Regular la
Inversi¢n Extranjera (Regulations of
the Law to Promote Mexican Investment
and to Regulate Foreign Investment).

Decreto para el fomento y
modernizaci¢n de la Industria
Automotriz (Decree for the Development
and Modernization of the Automotive
Industry) ("Auto Decree").

Decreto que Determina Reglas para la
Aplicaci¢n del Decreto para el Fomento
y Modernizaci¢n de la Industria
Automotriz (Resolution that
Establishes Rules for the
Implementation of the Auto Decree)
("Auto Decree Implementing
Regulations").

DESCRIPTION: Investors of another Party and their
investments may own, directly or
indirectly, up to 49 percent of the
ownwership interests of an enterprise
established or to be established in
Mexico and engaged in the auto parts
industry.

Investors of another Party and their
investments that qualify as "national
suppliers" may own 100% of an
enterprise established or to be
established in Mexico engaged in the
manufactured of specified auto parts.

To qualify as "national supplier", the
enterprise must:

(a)  obtain a national value added
  calculated as set out in the
  "Auto Decree Implementing
  Regulations"	of at least 20%;
  and

(b)  not be controlled or related,
  directly or indirectly, to a
  manufacturer of motor vehicles.

DURATION: Annex 300-A (Trade and Investment in
the Automotive Sectors) of Chapter
Three (National Treatment and Market
Access) shall govern.

Commencing on the sixth year after the
entry into force of this Agreement,
investors of another Party and their
investments may own 100 percent of the
ownership interests of an enterprise
established or to be established in
Mexico engaged in auto parts industry.

(See also page I-M-39 of this Schedule
- performance requirements)

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SECTOR: Manufacture of Goods

SUB-SECTOR: Automotive Industry

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: CMAP 383103 Manufacturing of Parts and
			 Accessories for Electrical Automotive
			 Systems

			 CMAP 3841 Automotive Industry.

			 CMAP 384121 Manufacture and Assembly
			 of Car and Truck Bodies and Tows

			 CMAP 384122 Manufacture of Car and
			 Trucks Motors and Their Parts

			 CMAP 384123 Manufacture of Car and
			 Truck Transmission System Parts

			 CMAP 384124 Manufacture of Car and
			 Truck Suspension System Parts

			 CMAP 384125 Manufacture of Car and
			 Truck Brake System Parts and
			 Accessories

			 CMAP 384126 Manufacture of Other Car
			 and Truck Parts and Accessories

TYPE OF RESERVATION: Performance Requirements (Article 1106)

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Annex 300-A (Trade and Investment in the Automotive Sector)
		of Chapter Three (Market Access) of this Agreement

Decreto para el fomento y
modernizaci¢n de la Industria
Automotriz (Decree for the Development
and Modernization of the Automotive
Industry) ("Auto Decree")


Decreto que Determina Reglas para la
Aplicaci¢n del Decreto para el Fomento
y Modernizaci¢n de la Industria
Automotriz (Resolution that
Establishes Rules for the
Implementation of the Auto Decree)
("Auto Decree Implementing
Regulations")

DESCRIPTION: Investment

Annex 300-A (Trade and Investment in
the Automotive Sector) of Chapter
Three (Market Access) shall govern. A
summary of performance requirements in
the automotive industry follows:

(a)  National value added shall
  constitute at least 20% of the
  total value of sales of an
  enterprise of the autoparts
  industry or of a "National
  Supplier". In calculating the
  national value added, custom
  duties shall be included in the
  value of imports.

(b)  A manufacturer of motor vehicles
  must attain specified levels of
  national value added from
  suppliers of Mexican parts
  (enterprises of the autoparts
  industry and national suppliers)
  and must comply with specified
  trade balance requirements in
  order to receive permits for the
  importation of new motor
  vehicles.

(c)  Manufacturers of
  autotransportation vehicles may
  only import the types of
  autotransportation vehicles it
  produces in Mexico and in a
  quantity not exceed 50% of the
  number of such vehicles it
  produces in Mexico in a year.

DURATION: Annex 300-A (Trade and Investment in
the Automotive Sector) of Chapter
Three (Market Access) shall govern
upon entry into force of this
Agreement

Commencing on the sixth year after
entry into force of this Agreement
Mexico will eliminate restrictions on
the number of an autotransportation
vehicles that a manufacture
autotransportation vehicles may
import.

Commencing on the eleventh year after
the entry into force of this
Agreement, Mexico will eliminate all
performance requirements in the Auto
Decree
 and the "Auto Decree Implementing
Regulations".

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SECTOR: Manufacture of Goods

SUB-SECTOR: Maquiladora Industry

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: Not applicable

TYPE OF RESERVATION: Performance Requirements (Article 1106)

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Ley Aduanera (Customs Law)

Decreto para el Fomento y Operaci¢n de
la Industria Maquiladora de
Exportaci¢n (Decree for the Promotion
and Operation of Maquiladora Industry
for Export)

DESCRIPTION: Investment

Persons authorized by the Secretar¡a
de Comercio y Fomento Industrial to
operate under the "Maquiladora Decree"
may not sell to the domestic market
more than 50% of the total value of
its exports.

DURATION: Domestic market may not exceed:

(a)  during the first year of entry
  into force of this Agreement, 55%
  of the total value of its
  exports;


(b)  during the second year after the
  date of  entry into force of this
  Agreement, 60% of the total value
  of its exports;

(c)  during the third year after the
  date of entry into force of this
  Agreement, 65% of the total value
  of its exports;

(d)  during the fourth year after the
  date of entry  into force of this
  Agreement, 70% of the total value
  of its exports;

(e)  during the fifth year after the
  date of entry into force of this
  Agreement, 75% of the total value
  of its exports;

(f)  during the sixth year after the
  date of entry into force of this
  Agreement, 80% of the total value
  of its exports;

(g)  during the seventh year after the
  date of entry into force of this
  Agreement, 85% of the total value
  of its exports;

(h)  from the eighth year after the
  date of entry into force of this
  Agreement and thereafter, persons
  may not be subject to this
  requirement.

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SECTOR: Manufacture of Goods

SUB-SECTOR: Not applicable

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: Not applicable

TYPE OF RESERVATION: Performance Requirements (Article 1106)

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Ley Reglamentaria del Art¡culo 131 de
la Constituci¢n Pol¡tica de los
Estados Unidos Mexicanos en Materia de
Comercio Exterior (Mexican Foreign
Trade Act)

Decreto para el Fomento y Operaci¢n de
las Empresas Altamente Exportadoras"
(Decree for the Promotion and
Operation of High-Export Firms)

DESCRIPTION: Investment

1. "Direct exporters" authorized by
the Secretar¡a de Comercio y Fomento
Industrial to operate under the "ALTEX
Decree" must export at least 40% of
their total sales or $2,000,000. U.S.
dollars.

2. "Indirect exporters" authorized by
the Secretar¡a de Comercio y Fomento
Industrial to
operate under the  "ALTEX Decree" must
export at least 50% of their total
sales.

DURATION: Seven years after the entry into force
of this Agreement, direct and indirect
exporters will not be subject to the
above mencioned percentage.

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SECTOR: Manufacture of Goods

SUB-SECTOR: Not applicable

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: Not applicable

TYPE OF RESERVATION: Performance Requirements (Article 1106)

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Ley Reglamentaria del Art¡culo 131 de
la Constituci¢n Pol¡tica de los
Estados Unidos Mexicanos en Materia de
Comercio Exterior (Mexican Foreign
Trade Act).

Ley Aduanera (Customs Law).

Programa de Importaci¢n Temporal para
Producir Art¡culos de Exportaci¢n
(Temporal Import Program to Produce
Export Goods).

DESCRIPTION: Investment

Persons authorized by Secretar¡a de
Comercio y Fomento Industrial to
operate under the  "PITEX Decree" are
required to:

(a)  export at least 30% of their
  total production for the
  temporary entry  of machinery,
  equipment, instruments, molds and
  durable tools used in the
  manufacturing process; equipment
  used to handle materials directly
  related to exported such goods;
  and research, industrial
  security, quality control,
  communication, training
  personnel, computer and
  environmental devices, equipment
  and accessories or others related
  with the process of the goods
  exported.

(b)  export at least 10% of their
  total production or $500,000
  U.S.dollars for the temporary
  import of raw materials, parts
  and components  totally used as
  inputs on the export merchandise,
  packages, bottles, containers and
  trailer's containers which are
  fully used to contain export
  merchandise; fuel, lubricants,
  auxiliary materials, reparation
  of tools and equipment consumed
  in the export process.

DURATION: As from the eighth year after the date
of entry into force of this Agreement
such persons will not be subject to
the above mentioned percentages.

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SECTOR: Manufacturing Industry

SUB-SECTOR: Artificial explosives, fireworks, firearms and cartridges

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: CMAP 352236 Manufacturing of
			 Artificial Explosives and Fireworks

			 CMAP 382208 Manufacturing of Firearms
			 and Cartridges

TYPE OF RESERVATION: National Treatment (Article 1102) Senior Management
		     (Article 1107)

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Ley Federal de Armas de Fuego y
Explosivos (Federal Law of Firearms
and Explosives) T¡tulo III Cap¡tulo I

Ley para Promover la Inversi¢n
Mexicana y Regular la Inversi¢n
Extranjera (Law to Promote Mexican
Investment and to Regulate Foreign
Investment)

Reglamento de la Ley Federal de Armas
de Fuego y Explosivos (Regulations of
the Federal Law of Firearms and
Explosives) Cap¡tulo IV

Reglamento de la Ley para Promover la
Inversi¢n Mexicana y Regular la
Inversi¢n Extranjera (Regulations of
the Law to Promote Mexican Investment
and to Regulate Foreign Investment)

DESCRIPTION: Investment

Investors of another Party and their
investments may own, directly or
indirectly, up to 49 percent of the
ownership interest of an enterprise
established or to be established in
Mexico that  manufacture artificial
explosives and fireworks, and
ammunition as set out in the
classification mentioned above.

Foreigners cannot appoint directors
nor become members of the board of
directors of such enterprises.

DURATION: Indeterminate

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SECTOR: Mining

SUB-SECTOR: Extraction and Exploitation of Minerals

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: CMAP 210000 Exploitation of Mineral Carbon

			 CMAP 231000 Extraction of Minerals
			 Containing Iron

			 CMAP 232001 Extraction of Minerals
			 Containing Gold, Silver and Other
			 Precious Minerals and Metals

			 CMAP 232002 Extraction of Mercury and
			 Antimony

			 CMAP 232003 Extraction of Industrial
			 Minerals Containing Lead and Zinc

			 CMAP 232004 Extraction of Minerals
			 Containing Copper

			 CMAP 232006 Extraction of Other
			 Metallic Minerals Not Containing Iron

			 CMAP 291001 Extraction of Sand and
			 Gravel

			 CMAP 291002 Extraction of Marble  and
			 other Gravels for construction

			 CMAP 291003 Exploitation of Feldspar

			 CMAP 291004 Extraction of Kaolin, Clay
			 and Refractory Minerals

			 CMAP 291005 Extraction of Limestones

			 CMAP 291006 Exploitation of Gypsum

			 CMAP 292001 Extraction of Barium Oxide

			 CMAP 292002 Extraction of Phosphoric
			 Rock

			 CMAP 292003 Extraction of Fluorite

			 CMAP 292004 Extraction of Sulphur

			 CMAP 292005 Extraction of Other
			 Minerals in Order to Obtain Chemicals

			 CMAP 292006 Extraction of Salt

			 CMAP 292007 Extraction of Graphite

			 CMAP 292008 Extraction of other Non
			 Metallic Minerals
TYPE OF RESERVATION: National Treatment (Article 1102)

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Ley Minera (Mining Law)

Ley Para Promover la Inversi¢n
Mexicana y Regular la Inversi¢n
Extranjera (Law to Promote Mexican
Investment and to Regulate Foreign
Investment)

Reglamento de la Ley Minera (Mining
Law Regulations)

Reglamento de la Ley Para Promover la
Inversi¢n Mexicana y Regular la
Inversi¢n Extranjera (Regulations of
the Law to Promote Mexican Investment
and to Regulate Foreign Investment)

DESCRIPTION: Investment

Prior approval of the Comisi¢n
Nacional de Inversiones Extranjeras is
required for investors of another
Party or their investments to own,
directly or indirectly, more than 49
percent of the ownership interests of
an enterprise established or to be
established in Mexico engaged in the
extraction or exploitation of all kind
of minerals.

DURATION: The description shall govern upon the
entry into force of this Agreement.

Commencing on the sixth year after the
entry into force of this Agreement
investors of another Party and their
investments may own 100 percent of
ownership interests of an enterprise
established or to be established in
Mexico engaged in such activities.

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SECTOR: Printing, Editing and Associated Industries

SUB-SECTOR: Newspaper Publishing

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: CMAP 342001 Newspaper Publishing

TYPE OF RESERVATION: National Treatment (Article 1102)

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Ley Para Promover la Inversi¢n
Mexicana y Regular la Inversi¢n
Extranjera (Law to Promote Mexican
Investment and to Regulate Foreign
Investment)

Reglamento de la Ley para Promover la
Inversi¢n Mexicana y Regular la
Inversi¢n Extranjera (Regulations of
the Law to Promote Mexican Investment
and to Regulate Foreign Investment)

DESCRIPTION: Investment

Investors of another Party and their
investments may own 100 percent of an
enterprise established or to be
established in Mexico engaged in the
simultaneous printing and distribution
in Mexico of a daily newspaper that is
published outside of Mexico.

Investors of another Party and their
investments may own, directly or
indirectly, up to 49 percent of an
enterprise established or to be
established in Mexico engaged in the
publication of daily newspapers
written primarily for a Mexican
audience and distributed in Mexico.

For purposes of this reservation,
daily newspapers are those published
at least five days a week.

DURATION: The description shall govern upon
entry into force of this Agreement.

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SECTOR: Professional, Technical and Specialized Services and Other
	Services Provider by natural persons

SUB-SECTOR: Medical Doctors

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: CMAP 9231 Private Medical,
			 Odontological and Veterinary Services
			 (limited to medical and odontological
			 services)

TYPE OF RESERVATION: National Treatment (Article 1202)

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Ley Federal del Trabajo (Federal Labor
		Law)

DESCRIPTION: Cross-Border Services

Only Mexican nationals licensed as
doctors in Mexico may provide medical
in-house services in Mexican
enterprises.

DURATION: Indeterminate

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SECTOR: Professional, Technical and Specialized Services and Services
	Provider by natural persons

SUB-SECTOR: Specialized Personnel

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: CMAP 951012 Custom Brokers and
			 Representation Agency Services
			 (limited to shippers' export
			 declarations)

TYPE OF RESERVATION: National Treatment (Article 1202)

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Ley Aduanera, (Customs Law) Cap¡tulo
		Unico, T¡tulo Noveno

DESCRIPTION: Cross-Border Services

A shipper's export declaration must be
processed by a Mexican national
licensed as a customs broker (agente
aduanal) or by the representative
(apoderado aduanal) employed by the
exporter and authorized by the
Secretar¡a de Hacienda y Cr‚dito
P£blico for this purpose.

DURATION: Indeterminate; subject to discussion
by the Parties five years after the
entry into force of this Agreement.

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SECTOR: Professional, Technical and Specialized Services and Other
	Services Provider by natural persons

SUB-SECTOR: Professional Services

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: CMAP 9510 Professional, Technical and
			 Specialized Services (limited to
			 Professional Services)

TYPE OF RESERVATION: National Treatment (Article 1202)
		     Local Presence (Article 1205)

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal and State

LEGAL CITATION: Ley Reglamentaria del Art¡culo 5o.
Constitucional, relativo al ejercicio
de las profesiones en el Distrito
Federal y sus regulaciones (Regulatory
Law of Article 5 of the United Mexican
States Political Constitution in
relation to Professional Services and
its regulations) Cap¡tulo III, Secci¢n
Tercera,
Cap¡tulos IV y V

Equivalent State Laws

Ley General de Poblaci¢n (General
Population Law)
Cap¡tulo III

DESCRIPTION: Cross-Border Services

Only Mexican nationals may be licensed
at the federal level, in the Distrito
Federal, and in the States of Baja
California Sur, Colima, Chihuahua,
Durango, Jalisco, Estado de M‚xico,
Morelos, Nayarit, Nuevo Le¢n, Puebla,
Quer‚taro, Sonora, Tabasco and
Veracruz in professions that require a
"c‚dula professional".

Only a permanent resident (inmigrado
or inmigrante) in Mexico may be
granted a waiver of the citizenship
requirement by the Supreme Court to be
licensed as a professional at the
federal level.

DURATION: Citizenship and permanent residency
requirements are subject to removal
within two years after the entry into
force of this Agreement in accordance
with Article 1210(3). Upon removal of
these requirements, a foreign
professional will be required to have
non-immigrant visitor status and an
address in Mexico.

With respect to legal services see
Mexico's Schedule in Annex II, p. M-
10.

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SECTOR: Professional, Technical and
	Specialized Services and Services
	Provided by natural persons

SUB-SECTOR: Professional Services

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: CMAP 951002 Legal Services and Foreign
			 Legal Consultants

TYPE OF RESERVATION: National Treatment (Article 1102 and 1202)
		     Most-Favored-Nation Treatment
		     (Articles 1103 and 1203)
		     Local Presence (Article 1205)

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal and State

LEGAL CITATION: Ley Reglamentaria del Art¡culo 5o.
Constitucional, relativo al ejercicio
de las profesiones en el Distrito
Federal (Regulatory Law of Article 5'
of the United Mexican States Political
Constitution in relation to
Professional Services), Cap¡tulo I,
Cap¡tulo III, Secci¢n Tercera

Reglamento de la Ley para Promover la
Inversi¢n Mexicana y Regular la
Inversi¢n Extranjera (Regulations of
the Law to Promote Mexican Investment
and to Regulate Foreign Investment)

DESCRIPTION: Cross Border Services and Investment

Except as provided for in this
reservation, only lawyers licensed in
Mexico may have an ownership interest
in a law firm established in Mexico.

Lawyers licensed in a Canadian
province that allows partnerships
between lawyers licensed in that
province and lawyers licensed in
Mexico, will be permitted to form
partnerships with lawyers licensed in
Mexico.

The number of lawyers licensed in
Canada serving as partners, and their
ownership interest in the partnership,
shall not exceed the number of lawyers
licensed in Mexico serving as
partners, and their ownership interest
in the partnership.  A lawyer licensed
in Canada shall not be allowed to
practice or advise on Mexican law.

A law firm established in Mexico
resulting from the partnership of
lawyers licensed in Canada and lawyers
licensed in Mexico may hire lawyers
licensed in Mexico as employees.

Lawyers licensed in Canada will be
subject to the regime for foreign
legal consultants established in page
M-2 of Schedule VI.

DURATION: The description shall govern upon
entry into force of this Agreement.

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SECTOR: Professional, Technical and Specialized Services and Services
	Provided by natural persons

SUB-SECTOR: Professional Services

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: CMAP 951003 Accounting and Auditing
			 Services (limited to accounting
			 services)

TYPE OF RESERVATION: National Treatment (Article 1202)
		     Local Presence (Article 1205)

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: C¢digo Fiscal de la Federaci¢n,
		(Federal Tax Code), T¡tulo Tercero,
		Cap¡tulo Unico

Reglamento del C¢digo Fiscal de la
Federaci¢n, (Regulations of the
Federal Tax Code)

Reglamento de la Ley Para Promover la
Inversi¢n Mexicana y Regular la
Inversi¢n Extranjera (Regulations of
the Law to Promote Mexican Investment
and to Regulate Foreign Investment)
DESCRIPTION: Cross-Border Services

Only Mexican nationals who are
licensed as accountants in Mexico are
authorized to perform audits for tax
purposes on behalf of the following:

(a)  state enterprises,

(b)  enterprises that are authorized
  to receive tax-deductible donations,

(c)  enterprises with income, capital
  stock, number of employees, and
  operations above levels specified
  annually by the Secretar¡a de
  Hacienda y Cr‚dito P£blico, or

(d)  enterprises undergoing a merger
  or divestiture.

DURATION: Citizenship and permanent residency
requirements are subject to removal
within two years after the entry into
force of this Agreement in accordance
with Article 1210(3). Upon removal of
these requirements, a foreign
professional will be required to have
non-immigrant visitor status and an
address in Mexico.

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SECTOR: Professional, Technical and Specialized Services and Services
	Provided by natural persons

SUB-SECTOR: Specialized Services

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: CMAP 951001 Notary Public (limited to
			 Corredores P£blicos)

TYPE OF RESERVATION: National Treatment (Articles 1202)
		     Local Presence (Article 1205)

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal and State

LEGAL CITATION: C¢digo de Comercio (Commerce Code),
Libro Primero, T¡tulo Tercero

Reglamento de la Ley para Promover la
Inversi¢n Mexicana y Regular la
Inversi¢n Extranjera (Regulations of
the Law to Promote Mexican Investment
and to Regulate Foreign Investment)

Ley para Promover la Inversi¢n
Mexicana y Regular la Inversi¢n
Extranjera (Law to Promote Mexican
Investment and to Regulate Foreign
Investment)

DESCRIPTION: Cross-Border Services

1. Only a Mexican by birth may be
licensed to be a commercial notary
public.

2. A commercial notary public may not
have any business affiliations with
any person to provide commercial
notary public services.

DURATION: 1. Citizenship and permanent residency
requirements are subject to removal
within two years after the entry into
force of this Agreement in accordance
with Article 1210(3). Upon removal of
these requirements, a foreign
professional will be required to have
non-immigrant visitor status and an
address in Mexico.

2. Indeterminate

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SECTOR: Professional, Technical and Specialized Services and Services
	Provided by Natural Persons

SUB-SECTOR: Specialized Services

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: CMAP 951001 Notary Public

TYPE OF RESERVATION: National Treatment (Article 1102, 1202)
		     Local Presence (Article 1205)

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal and State

LEGAL CITATION: Ley del Notariado del Distrito Federal
(Notary Law of the Federal District,
and its equivalents at state laws)

Ley para Promover la Inversi¢n
Mexicana y Regular la Inversi¢n
Extranjera (Law to Promote Mexican
Investment and to Regulate Foreign
Investment)

Reglamento de la Ley para Promover la
Inversi¢n Mexicana y Regular la
Inversi¢n Extranjera (Regulations of
the Law to Promote Mexican Investment
and to Regulate Foreign Investment)

DESCRIPTION: Cross-Border Services and Investment

Only Mexicans by birth may be licensed
to be notaries public.

A notary public may not have any
business affiliations with any person
to provide notary public services.

DURATION: Indeterminate

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SECTOR: Professional, Technical and Specialized Services and Services
	Provided by Natural Persons

SUB-SECTOR: Specialized Services

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: CMAP 923121 Private Veterinary
			 Services to Cattle

TYPE OF RESERVATION: National Treatment (Article 1202)

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal, State and Local

LEGAL CITATION: Reglamento de Control de Productos
Qu¡mico-Farmac‚uticos, Biol¢gicos,
Alimenticios, Equipos y Servicios para
Animales, (Chemical Products Control
Regulations) Cap¡tulos IV y V

DESCRIPTION: Cross-Border Services

Veterinarians responsible for
enterprises managing chemical,
pharmaceutical and biological goods
for application to animals must be
Mexican nationals. A Mexican national
who is a licensed professional must be
responsible for the laboratories of
such enterprises.
DURATION: Citizenship and permanent residency
requirements are subject to removal
within two years after the entry into
force of this Agreement in accordance
with Article 1210(3). Upon removal of
these requirements, a foreign
professional will be required to have
non-immigrant visitor status and an
address in Mexico.

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SECTOR: Retail Commerce

SUB-SECTOR: Sales of Non-Food Products in Specialized Establishment

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: CMAP 623087 Sales of Firearms,
			 Cartridges and Ammunition

			 CMAP 612024 Wholesale Commerce, not
			 elsewhere Classified (limited to a
			 firearms, cartridges and ammunition)

TYPE OF RESERVATION: National Treatment (Article 1102)
		     Senior Managment (Article 1107)

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Ley Federal de Armas de Fuego y
Explosivos (Federal Law of Firearms
and Explosives), T¡tulo Tercero,
Cap¡tulo I

Reglamento de la Ley de Armas de Fuego
y Explosivos (Regulation of the
Federal Law of Firearms and
Explosives), Cap¡tulo IV

Ley para Promover la Inversi¢n
Mexicana y Regular la Inversi¢n
Extranjera (Law to Promote Mexican
Investment and to Regulate Foreign
Investment)

Reglamento de la Ley para Promover la
Inversi¢n Mexicana y Regular la
Inversi¢n Extranjera (Regulations of
the Law to Promote Mexican Investment
and to Regulate Foreign Investment)

DESCRIPTION: Investment

Investors of another Party and their
investments may own, directly and
indirectly, up to 49 percent of the
ownership interest of an enterprise
established or to be established in
Mexico that sells firearms, cartridges
and ammunition as set out in the
classification mentioned above

Foreigners cannot appoint or elect
members to be directors nor become
members of the board of directors of
such enterprises.

DURATION: Indeterminate

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SECTOR: Religious Services

SUB-SECTOR: Not applicable

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: CMAP 929001 Religious Services

TYPE OF RESERVATION: Senior Management (Article 1107)

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Ley de Asociaciones Religiosas y Culto
Privado (Religious Associations Law).
T¡tulo II, Cap¡tulo II

DESCRIPTION: Investment

The representatives of the religious
associations in Mexico must be Mexican
nationals.

DURATION: Indeterminate

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SECTOR: Services to Agriculture and Cattle

SUB-SECTOR: Services to Agriculture

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: CMAP 971010 Agriculture Services Supply

TYPE OF RESERVATION: National Treatment (Article 1202)
		     Local Presence (Article 1205)

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Constituci¢n Pol¡tica de los Estados
Unidos Mexicanos, (United Mexican
States Political Constitution) Article
32

Reglamento de la Ley de Sanidad
Fitopecuaria (Regulation of the
Phitosanitary Law), Cap¡tulo VII

DESCRIPTION: Cross-Border Services

A concession granted by the Secretar¡a
de Agricultura y Recursos Hidr ulicos
is required to spray pesticides.

Only Mexican nationals or Mexican
enterprises may obtain such
concession.
DURATION: The requirement of a concession will
be replaced with a permit requirement,
and the citizenship requirement will
be eliminated, in accordance with the
schedule of liberalization for
specialty air services.

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SECTOR: Transportation

SUBÄSECTOR: Air Transportation

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: CMAP 713001 Transportation
			 Services on Mexican-Registered
			 Aircraft

			 CMAP 713002 Air Taxi Transportation
			 Services

TYPE OF RESERVATION: National Treatment (Article 1102)
		     Senior Management (Article 1107)

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Ley Para Promover la Inversi¢n
Mexicana y Regular la Inversi¢n
Extranjera(Law to Promote Mexican
Investment and to Regulate Foreign
Investment), Cap¡tulo I

Reglamento de la Ley Para Promover la
Inversi¢n Mexicana y Regular la
Inversi¢n Extranjera(Regulation of the
Law to Promote Mexican Investment and
to Regulate Foreign Investment)

Ley de V¡as Generales de
Comunicaci¢n(General Means of
Communications Law), Libro Cuarto,
Cap¡tulo I-XII

DESCRIPTION: Investment

Investors of another Party and their
investments may own directly or
indirectly, up to 25 percent of the
voting interest in an enterprise
established or to be established in
Mexico that provides commercial air
services. The chairman and at least
two-thirds of the board of directors
and two-thirds of managing officers of
such enterprises must be Mexican
nationals.

DURATION: Description shall govern upon entry
into force of this Agreement.


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SECTOR: Transportation

SUBÄSECTOR: Air Transportation

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: CMAP 973303 Specialty Air Services

TYPE OF RESERVATION: National Treatment (Articles 1102, 1202)
		     Local Presence (Article 1205)
		     Senior Management (Article 1107)

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Ley de V¡as Generales de Comunicaci¢n
(General Means of Communication Law),
Libro Cuarto, Cap¡tulo XII

DESCRIPTION: Cross-Border Services

1. A permit issued by the Secretar¡a
de Comunicaciones y Transportes (SCT)
is required to provide all specialty
air services in the territory of
Mexico.

2. Such permit may be issued to a
person of Canada and the United States
to provide services related to flight
training, forest fire-management,
fire-fighting, glider towing, and
parachute jumping in Mexico, subject
to compliance with national safety
rules.

3. Such permit may not be issued to a
person of Canada or the United States
to provide:  aerial advertising, aerial
sightseeing services, aerial
construction, heli-logging, inspection
(surveillance), mapping, photography,
surveying and aerial spraying
services.

Investment

Investors of another Party and their
investments may own, directly or
indirectly, up to 25 percent of the
voting interest in an enterprise
established or to be established in
Mexico that provides specialty air
services. The chairman and at least
two-thirds of the board of directors
and two-thirds of managing officers of
such enterprises must be Mexican
nationals.

DURATION: Cross-Border Services

Paragraphs 2 and 3 of the description
shall govern upon entry into force of
this Agreement.

A person of Canada or the United
States will be issued a permit by SCT
to provide, subject to compliance with
safety requirements, the following
specialty air services:

(a)  three years after entry into
  force of the Agreement, aerial
  advertising, aerial sightseeing
  services, aerial construction and
  heli-logging.

(b)  six years after entry into force
  of this Agreement, inspection
  (surveillance), mapping,
  photography, surveying and aerial
  spraying services.

Investment

Description shall govern upon entry
into force of this Agreement

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SECTOR: Transportation

SUBÄSECTOR: Air Transportation

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: CMAP 384205 Aircraft Building,
			 Assembly and Repair (limited to
			 aircraft repair)

TYPE OF RESERVATION: National Treatment (Article 1202)
		     Local Presence (Article 1205)

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Constituci¢n Pol¡tica de los Estados
Unidos Mexicanos (United Mexican
States Political Constitution),
Art¡culo 32

Ley de V¡as Generales de Comunicaci¢n
(General Means of Communication Law),
Libro Cuarto, Cap¡tulo XV

Reglamento de Talleres Aeron uticos
(Aeronautical Workshops Regulation)
Article 8

DESCRIPTION: Cross-Border Services

A concession granted by the Secretar¡a
de Comunicaciones y Transportes is
required to establish and operate an
aircraft repair facility. Only Mexican
nationals and Mexican enterprises may
obtain such concession.

DURATION: Indeterminate

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SECTOR: Transportation

SUBÄSECTOR: Air Transportation

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: CMAP 973301 Air Navigation Services

			 CMAP 973302 Airport and Heliport
			 Administration Services

TYPE OF RESERVATION: National Treatment (Articles 1102, 1202)
		     Local Presence (Article 1205)

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Constituci¢n Pol¡tica de los Estados
Unidos Mexicanos (United Mexican
States Political Constitution),
Art¡culo 32

Ley de V¡as Generales de Comunicaci¢n
(General Means of Communication Law),
Libro Primero, Cap¡tulo II y II, Libro
Cuarto, Cap¡tulo IX

Ley para Promover la Inversi¢n
Mexicana y Regular la Inversi¢n
Extranjera(Law to Promote Mexican
Investment and to Regulate Foreign
Investment) Libro Primero, Cap¡tulo II
y III, Libro Cuarto, Cap¡tulo IX

Reglamento de la Ley para Promover la
Inversi¢n Mexicana y Regular la
Inversi¢n Extranjera(Regulation of the
Law to Promote Mexican Investment and
to Regulate Foreign Investment)

DESCRIPTION: Cross-Border Services

A concession granted by the Secretar¡a
de Comunicaciones y Transportes is
required to construct and operate, or
operate, airports and heliports and to
provide air navigation services. Only
Mexican nationals and Mexican
enterprises may obtain such
concession.

Investment

Prior approval of the Comisi¢n
Nacional de Inversiones Extranjeras is
required for investors of another
Party or their investments to own,
directly or indirectly, more than 49
percent of the ownership interest of
an enterprise established or to be
established in Mexico engaged in the
following activities:

(a)  construction and operation of
  airports or heliports;

(b)  operation of airports or
  heliports; or

(c)  provision of air navigation
  services.

DURATION: Indeterminate

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SECTOR: Transportation

SUBÄSECTOR: Land Transportation

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: CMAP 973101 Bus and Truck Station
			 Administration and Ancillary Services
			 (main bus and truck terminals and bus
			 and truck stations)

TYPE OF RESERVATION: National Treatment (Articles 1102, 1202)
		     Local Presence (Article 1205)

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Ley de V¡as Generales de Comunicaci¢n
(General Means of Communication Law),
Libro Primero, Cap¡tulo II y III,
Libro Segundo, T¡tulo Segundo,
Cap¡tulos I y II, T¡tulo Tercero,
Cap¡tulo Unico

Reglamento para el Aprovechamiento del
Derecho de V¡a de las Carreteras
Federales y Zonas Aleda¤as
(Regulations for the Use of the Right
of Way of Federal Roads and their
Adjacent Areas), Cap¡tulos II y IV

Reglamento del Autotransporte Federal
de Pasajeros, (Regulations of the
Federal Transport of Passengers), and
34 Cap¡tulo IV

DESCRIPTION: Cross-Border Services

A permit issued by the Secretar¡a de
Comunicaciones y Transportes is
required to establish or operate a bus
or truck station or terminal.  Only
Mexican nationals and Mexican
enterprises with a foreigners'
exclusion clause may obtain such
permit.

Investment

Foreign investment is not permitted in
an enterprise established or to be
established in Mexico engaged in the
establishment or operation of bus or
truck station or terminals as
described in the industry
classification mentioned above.

DURATION: Cross-Border Services

Description shall govern upon entry
into force of this Agreement.

Three years after signature of this
Agreement, such permit may be obtained
by Mexican nationals and Mexican
enterprises.

Investment

With respect to enterprises
established or to be established in
Mexico providing such service
investors of another Party and their
investment may own:

(a)  three years after the signature
  of this Agreement, up to 49
  percent of ownership interest of
  the enterprise;

(b)  seven years after the entry into
  force of this Agreement, up to 51
  percent of the ownership interest
  of the enterprise; and

(c)  ten years after the entry into
  force of this Agreement, up to
  100 percent of the enterprise.

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SECTOR: Transportation

SUBÄSECTOR: Land Transportation

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: CMAP 973102 Road and Bridge
			 Administration Services and Ancillary
			 Services

TYPE OF RESERVATION: National Treatment (Article 1202)
		     Local Presence (Article 1205)

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Constituci¢n Pol¡tica de los Estados
Unidos Mexicanos (United Mexican
States Political Constitution),
Art¡culo 32

Ley de V¡as Generales de Comunicaci¢n
(General Means of Communication Law),
Libro Primero, Cap¡tulos I, II y III,
Libro Segundo, T¡tulo Segundo,
Cap¡tulo II, T¡tulo Tercero, Cap¡tulo
Unico

DESCRIPTION: Cross-Border Services

A concession granted by the Secretar¡a
de Comunicaciones y Transportes is
required to provide road and bridge
administration services and ancillary
services. Only Mexican nationals and
Mexican enterprises may obtain such
concession.

DURATION: Indeterminate

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SECTOR: Transportation

SUBÄSECTOR: Land Transportation

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: CMAP 711312 Urban and Suburban
			 Passenger Transportation Service by
			 Bus

			 CMAP 711315 Collective Automobile
			 Transportation Service

			 CMAP 711316 Established Route
			 Automobile Transportation Service

			 CMAP 711317 Automobile Transportation
			 Service from a Specific Station

			 CMAP 711318 School and Tourist
			 Transportation Service (limited to
			 school transportation service)

TYPE OF RESERVATION: National Treatment (Articles 1102, 1202)

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal and State

LEGAL CITATION: Ley para Promover la Inversi¢n
Mexicana y Regular la Inversi¢n
Extranjera (Law to Promote General
Investment and to Regulate Foreign
Investment)

Ley de V¡as Generales de Comunicaci¢n
(General Means of Communication Law)

Reglamento de la Ley para Promover la
Inversi¢n Mexicana y Regular la
Inversi¢n Extranjera (Regulation of
the Law to Promote General Investment
and to Regulate Foreign Investment)

Reglamento para el Autotransporte
Federal de Pasajeros (Regulations of
the Federal Transport of Passengers)

State laws [to be provided]

DESCRIPTION: Cross-Border Services and Investment

Only Mexican nationals and Mexican
enterprises with a foreigners'
exclusion clause may provide local bus
services, school bus services and taxi
and other collective transportation
services.

DURATION: Indeterminate

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SECTOR: Transportation

SUBÄSECTOR: Land Transportation

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: CMAP 711201 Road Transport Services
			 for Construction Materials

			 CMAP 711202 Road Transport Moving
			 Services

			 CMAP 711203 Other Services of
			 Specialized Cargo Transportation

			 CMAP 711204 General Trucking Services

			 CMAP 711311 Inter-City Busing Services

			 CMAP 711318 School and Tourist
			 Transportation Services (limited to
			 tourist transportation services).
TYPE OF RESERVATION: National Treatment (Article 1202)
		     Local Presence (Article 1205)

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: State

LEGAL CITATION: Constituci¢n Pol¡tica de los Estados
Unidos Mexicanos (United Mexican
States Political Constitution),
Art¡culo 32

State laws and its regulations
equivalent to Ley de V¡as Generales de
Comunicaci¢n (General Means of
Communication Law) [to be provided]
Libro Primero, T¡tulo Segundo,
Cap¡tulo II, Libro Primero, Cap¡tulo
III

DESCRIPTION: Cross-Border Services

In each state, a concession is
required to provide intrastate bus and
truck services on roads under the
jurisdiction of such state. Such
concession is provided on the basis of
economic needs tests.
Preferences in the granting of such
concessions by states is accorded to
natural persons born in such states
and enterprises constitued by persons
born in such states, including the
states of Michoac n, San Luis Potos¡,
Tamaulipas, Tlaxcala and Zacatecas.

DURATION: Indeterminate

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SECTOR: Transportation

SUBÄSECTOR: Land Transportation

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: CMAP 711201 Road Transport Services
			 for Construction Materials

			 CMAP 711202 Road Transport Moving
			 Services

			 CMAP 711203 Other Services of
			 Specialized Cargo Transportation

			 CMAP 711204 General Trucking Services

			 CMAP 711311 Inter-City Busing Services

			 CMAP 711318 School and Tourist
			 Transportation Services (limited to
			 tourist transportation services)

TYPE OF RESERVATION: National Treatment (Articles 1102, 1202)
		     Local Presence (Article 1205)

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Ley de V¡as Generales de Comunicaci¢n
(General Means of Communication Law),
and its regulations [to be provided]

Ley para Promover la Inversi¢n
Mexicana y Regular la Inversi¢n
Extranjera, (Law to Promote General
Investment and to Regulate Foreign
Investment)

Memorandum de Entendimiento entre los
Estados Unidos Mexicanos y los Estados
Unidos de Norteam‚rica para la
promoci¢n de Servicios de Transporte
Tur¡stico de Ruta Fija, (Memorandum of
Understanding Between the United
States of America and the United
Mexican States on Facilitation of
Charter/Tour Bus Service)

Reglamento de la Ley para Promover la
Inversi¢n Mexicana y Regular la
Inversi¢n Extranjera, (Regulation of
the Law to Promote General Investment
and to Regulate Foreign Investment)

DESCRIPTION: Cross-Border Services

A permit issued by the Secretar¡a de
Comunicaciones y Transportes is
required to provide bus or truck
services for the transportation of
goods or passengers to or from the
territory of Mexico. Only Mexican
nationals and Mexican enterprises with
a foreigners' exclusion clause may
provide such services, except that a
person of Canada or the United States
may be granted permanent operating
authority to provide international
charter or tour bus services into the
territory of Mexico.

Only Mexican nationals, and Mexican
enterprises with a foreigners'
exclusion clause, using Mexican
registered equipment and drivers who
are Mexican nationals, may provide bus
and truck services for the
transportation of goods and passangers
between two points in the territory of
Mexico.

Investment

Foreign investment is not permitted in
an enterprise established or to be
established in Mexico engaged in bus
or truck transportation services as
described in the industry
classification mentioned above.

DURATION: Cross-Border Services

Description shall govern upon entry
into force of this Agreement.

A person of Canada or of the United
States will be permitted to provide:

(a)  three years after signature of
  this Agreement, cross-border
  truck services to or from the
  territory of border states (Baja
  California, Sonora, Chihuahua,
  Coahuila, Tamaulipas and Nuevo
  Le¢n), and such person will be
  permitted to enter and depart
  Mexico through different ports of
  entry in such states;

(b)  three years after signature of
  this Agreement, only Mexican
  nationals and Mexican
  enterprises, using
  Mexican-registered equipment and
  drivers who are Mexican
  nationals, may provide bus and
  truck services for the
  transportation of goods and
  passengers between two points in
  the territory of Mexico.

(c)  three years after entry into
  force of this Agreement,
  cross-border scheduled bus
  services to or from the territory
  of Mexico; and

(d)  six years after entry into force
  of this Agreement, cross-border
  truck services to or from the
  territory of Mexico.

Investment

With respect to enterprises
established or to be established in
Mexico providing such services,
investors of another Party may own:

(a)  three years after signature of
  this Agreement, up to 49 percent
  of ownership of an enterprise
  providing bus services, tourist
  transportation services and truck
  services for the transportation
  of international cargo, between
  points in the territory of
  Mexico;

(b)  seven years after entry into
  force of this Agreement, up to 51
  percent of the ownership interest
  of an enterprise providing bus
  services, tourist transportation
  services or truck services for
  the transportation of
  international cargo, between
  points in the territory of
  Mexico; and

(c)  ten years after entry into force
  of this Agreement, up to 100
  percent ownership interest of an
  enterprise providing bus
  services, tourist services and
  truck services for the
  transportation of  international
  cargo, between points in the
  territory of Mexico.

Foreign ownership in enterprises
providing truck services for the
carriage of domestic cargo will not be
permitted. Indeterminate.

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SECTOR: Transportation

SUB-SECTOR: Land Transportation and Water Transportation

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: CMAP 501421 Marine and River Works

			 CMAP 501422 Construction of Roads for
			 Land Transportation

TYPE OF RESERVATION: National Treatment (Article 1202)
		     Local Presence (Article 1205)

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Constituci¢n Pol¡tica de los Estados
Unidos Mexicanos, (Political
Constitution of the United Mexican
States) Art¡culo 32

Ley de V¡as Generales de Comunicaci¢n
(General Means of Communications Law)
Libro Primero, Cap¡tulos I, Libro
Segundo, Cap¡tulo I

DESCRIPTION: Cross-Border Services

A concession granted by the Secretar¡a
de Comunicaciones y Transportes is
required to construct and operate, or
operate, marine and river works and
roads for land transportation. Such
concession may be granted only to
Mexican nationals and Mexican
enterprises.

DURATION: Indeterminate

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SECTOR: Transportation

SUBÄSECTOR: Non-energy pipelines

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: Not applicable

TYPE OF RESERVATION: National Treatment (Article 1202)
		     Local Presence (Article 1205)

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Constituci¢n Pol¡tica de los Estados
Unidos Mexicanos (United Mexican
States Political Constitution)

Ley de V¡as Generales de Comunicaci¢n
(General Means of Communication Law),
Articles 8, 12 and 5

Ley Federal de Aguas(Waters Federal
Law)

DESCRIPTION: Cross-Border Services

A concession granted by the Secretar¡a
de Comunicaciones y Transportes is
required to construct and operate, or
operate, pipelines carrying non-energy
goods, excluding basic petrochemicals.
Only Mexican nationals and Mexican
enterprises may obtain such
concession.

DURATION: Indeterminate

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SECTOR: Transportation

SUBÄSECTOR: Freight and Passenger Water Transportation

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: CMAP 712011 International Maritime
			 Transportation Services

			 CMAP 712012 Cabotage Maritime Services

			 CMAP 712013 International and Cabotage
			 Towing Services

			 CMAP 712021 River and Lake
			 Transportation Services

			 CMAP 712022 Internal Port Water
			 Transportation Services

TYPE OF RESERVATION: National Treatment (Articles 1102, 1202)
		     Most-Favored-Nation (Articles 1103, 1203)

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Ley de V¡as Generales de Comunicaci¢n
(General Means of Communication Law),
Cap¡tulo III, Libro Tercero

Ley para el Desarrollo de la Marina
Mercante (Law for the Development of
the Merchant Navy), Cap¡tulos I y III

Ley de Navegaci¢n y Comercio Mar¡timos
(Navigation and Maritime Navigation
Law)

Libro Segundo, T¡tulo Unico, Cap¡tulos
I y IIILey Para Promover la Inversi¢n
Mexicana y Regular la Inversi¢n
Extranjera (Law to Promote Mexican
Investment and to Regulate Foreign
Investment)

DESCRIPTION: Cross-Border Services and Investment

Maritime cabotage services, including
off-shore maritime services, are
reserved to Mexican-flagged vessels. A
waiver may be granted by the
Secretar¡a de Comunicaciones y
Transportes when Mexican-flagged
vessels are not able to provide such
services.Only Mexican flagged vessels
may transport cargo owned by the
Federal Government.

Foreign-flagged vessels may provide
international maritime services in
Mexico on the basis of reciprocity
with the relevant country. Only
Mexican-flagged towing vessels may
provide towing services from Mexican
ports to foreign ports. When such
towing vessels are not able to provide
such services, the Secretar¡a de
Comunicaciones y Transporte may
provide a permit to foreign-flagged
towing vessels.Only a Mexican national
or a Mexican enterprise with a
foreigners' exclusion clause may own
vessels registered and flagged as
Mexican. All members of the board of
directors and managers of such
enterprise must be Mexican nationals.

Prior approval of the Comisi¢n
Nacional de Inversiones Extranjeras is
required for investors of another
Party or their investments, to own,
directly or indirectly, more the 49
percent of the ownership interest of
an enterprise established or to be
established in Mexico operating
foreign-flagged vessels providing
international maritime transport
services.

DURATION: Indeterminate

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SECTOR: Transportation

SUB-SECTOR: Specialized Personnel

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: CMAP 951012 Customs Brokers (Agentes
			 Aduanales)

TYPE OF RESERVATION: National Treatment (Article 1102)

LEGAL CITATION:
Constituci¢n Pol¡tica de los Estados
Unidos Mexicanos (United Mexican
States Political Constitution)

Ley Aduanera (Customs Law)

DESCRIPTION: Investment

Only Mexican nationals by birth may
serve as customs brokers.

DURATION:
Indeterminate

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SECTOR: Transportation

SUBÄSECTOR: Water Transportation

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: CMAP 1300 Fishing

TYPE OF RESERVATION: National Treatment (Article 1202)
		     Most-Favored-Nation (Article 1203)
		     Local Presence (Article 1205)

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Constituci¢n Pol¡tica de los Estados
Unidos Mexicanos (United Mexican
Stated Political Constitution),
Art¡culo 32

Ley de Pesca (Fishing Law), Cap¡tulos
I y II

Ley de Navegaci¢n y Comercio Mar¡timo
(Navigation and Maritime Commerce Law)
Libro Segundo, T¡tulo Unico, Cap¡tulo
I

DESCRIPTION: Cross-Border Services

A concession granted, or permit
issued, by the Secretar¡a de Pesca is
required to engage in fishing
activities in Mexican jurisdictional
waters. Only Mexican nationals and
Mexican enterprises, using
Mexican-flagged vessels, may obtain
such concession or permit. Permits may
exceptionally be issued to persons
operating vessels flagged in a foreign
country that provides equivalent
treatment to Mexican-flagged vessels
to engage in fishing activities in the
Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ).

Only Mexican nationals and Mexican
enterprises may obtain authorization
from the Secretar¡a de Pesca for deep
sea fishing on Mexican-flagged
vessels, fixed rigging installation,
recollection from the natural milieu
of larvae, post-larvae, eggs, seeds or
alevines, for research or acuaculture
purposes, introduction of live species
into Mexican jurisdictional waters,
and for educational fishing in
accordance with the programmes of the
fishing educational institutions.

DURATION: Indeterminate

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SECTOR: Transportation

SUBÄSECTOR: Water Transportation

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: CMAP 384201 Shipbuilding and Ship
			 Repairs

TYPE OF RESERVATION: National Treatment (Article 1202)
		     Local Presence (Article 1205)
		     Performance Requirement (Article 1106)

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Constituci¢n Pol¡tica de los Estados
Unidos Mexicanos (United Mexican
Stated Political Constitution),
Art¡culo 32

Ley de V¡as Generales de Comunicaci¢n
(General Means of Communication Law)
Cap¡tulo XV, Libro Tercero

Ley Para el Desarrollo de la Marina
Mercante (Law for the Development of
the Merchant Navy), Cap¡tulo IV

DESCRIPTION: Cross-Border Services and Investment

A concession granted by the Secretar¡a
de Comunicaciones y Transportes is
required to establish and operate a
shipyard.  Only Mexican nationals and
Mexican enterprises may obtain such
concession.

For the owner of a Mexican-flagged
vessel to be eligible for government
cargo preferences, subsidies and tax
benefits granted under the Ley para el
Desarrollo de la Marina Mercante, such
person must carry out repair and
maintenance operations in shipyards
and repair facilities in Mexico.

DURATION: Indeterminate

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				  ANNEX I
			    Schedule of Mexico



SECTOR: Transportation

SUBÄSECTOR: Water Transportation

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: CMAP 973203 Maritime and Inland (Lake
			 and Rivers) Ports Administration

TYPE OF RESERVATION: National Treatment (Article 1202)
		     Local Presence (Article 1205)

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Ley de Navegaci¢n y Comercio Mar¡timo
(Navigation and Maritime Commerce
Law), Libro Segundo, Cap¡tulo II
Secciones A y B, T¡tulo Unico

Ley de V¡as Generales de Comunicaci¢n
(General Means of Communication Law),
Cap¡tulo XI

DESCRIPTION: Cross-Border Services

All port workers must be Mexican
nationals.

DURATION: Indeterminate

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				  ANNEX I
			    Schedule of Mexico



SECTOR: Transportation

SUBÄSECTOR: Water Transportation

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: CMAP 973201 Loading and Unloading
			 Services Related to Water
			 Transportation (includes operation and
			 maintenance of docks; Loading and
			 unloading of vessels at shore-side;
			 marine cargo handling; operation and
			 maintenance of piers; ship and boat
			 cleaning; stevedoring; transfer of
			 cargo between ships and trucks,
			 trains, pipelines and wharfs;
			 waterfront terminal operations)

TYPE OF RESERVATION: National Treatment (Article 1102, 1202)
		     Local Presence (Article 1205)

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Constituci¢n Pol¡tica de los Estados
Unidos Mexicanos (United Mexican
States Political Constitution),
Art¡culo 32

Ley de Navegaci¢n y Comercio Mar¡timo
(Navigation and Maritime Commerce
Law), Libro Primero, T¡tulo Unico,
Cap¡tulo I, Libro Segundo, T¡tulo
Segundo

Ley Org nica de la Administraci¢n
P£blica Federal (Federal Public
Administration Law)

Ley de V¡as Generales de Comunicaci¢n
(General Means of Communication Law)
Libro Tercero, Cap¡tulo II

Reglamento del Servicio de Maniobras
en las Zonas Federales de Puertos,
Articles 1, 2, 13 and 14
(Operation Services in the Federal
Port Zones Regulation), Libro Primero,
T¡tulo Unico, Cap¡tulo I, Libro
Segundo, T¡tulo Unico, Cap¡tulo II,
Secci¢n A y Libro Cuarto, T¡tulo Unico

Reglamento para el Uso y
Aprovechamiento del Mar Territorial,
V¡as Navegables, Playas, Zona Federal
Mar¡timo Terrestre y Terrenos Ganados
al Mar, (Regulation for the Use of the
Territorial Sea, Navigable Ways,
Beaches, Maritime and Terrestrial
Federal Zones)

DESCRIPTION: Cross-Border Services

A concession granted by the Secretar¡a
de Comunicaciones y Transportes is
required to construct and operate, or
operate, maritime and inland port
terminals, including dock, cranes and
related facilities. Only Mexican
nationals and Mexican enterprises may
obtain such concession.
A permit issued by the Secretar¡a de
Comunicaciones y Transportes is
required to provide stevedoring and
warehousing services. Only Mexican
nationals and Mexican enterprises may
obtain such permit.

Investment

Prior approval of the Comisi¢n
Nacional de Inversiones Extranjeras is
required for investors of another
Party or their investments to own
directly or indirectly, more than 49
percent of the ownership interest of
an enterprise established or to be
established in Mexico providing to
third persons the following services:
operation and maintenance of docks;
loading and unloading of vessels at
shore-side; marine cargo handling;
operation and maintenance of piers;
ship and boat cleaning; stevedoring;
transfer of cargo between ships and
trucks, trains, pipelines and wharves;
and waterfront terminal operations.

DURATION: Cross-Border Services

Indeterminate

Investment

Description shall govern upon entry
into force of this Agreement.
ANNEX II

1.   The Schedule of a Party sets out the reservations taken by
that Party, pursuant to Articles 1108(4) and 1206(4), with respect
to specific sectors, sub-sectors or activities for which it may
maintain existing, non-conforming measures or adopt new or more
restrictive measures.  Such measures may derogate from an
obligation relating to:

     (a) national treatment, pursuant to Article 1102 (Investment)
 or 1202 (Services);

     (b) most-favored-nation treatment, pursuant to Article 1103
 (Investment) or 1203 (Services);

     (c) local presence, pursuant to Article 1205 (Services);

     (d) performance requirements, pursuant to Article 1106
 (Investment); or

     (e) nationality requirements for senior management or members
 of boards of directors, pursuant to Article 1107
 (Investment).

2.   Each reservation sets out the following elements:

     (a) SECTOR refers to the general sector in which the
 reservation is taken;

     (b) SUB-SECTOR refers to the specific sector in which the
 reservation is taken;

     (c) INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION refers to the activity, where
 appropriate, covered by the reservation according to
 domestic industry classification codes;

     (d) TYPE OF RESERVATION specifies the obligation referred to
 in paragraph 1 for which a reservation is taken;

     (e) DESCRIPTION describes the scope of the sector, sub-sector
 or activities covered by the reservation; and

     (f) LEGAL CITATION OF EXISTING MEASURES identifies existing
 measures that apply to the sector, sub-sector or
 activities covered by the reservation.

3.   In the interpretation of a reservation, all elements of the
reservation should be considered.  In the event of any
inconsistency between DESCRIPTION and any other element of the
reservation, the DESCRIPTION shall govern to the extent of the
inconsistency.

4.   For purposes of this Annex:

CMAP means Clasificaci¢n Mexicana de Actividades y Productos;

CPC means Central Product Classification numbers as set out in
Statistical Office of the United Nations, Statistical Papers,
Series M, No. 77,  Provisional Central Product Classification,
1991;

Mexican enterprise means an enterprise constituted under the laws
of Mexico;

Mexican national means a national of Mexico, as defined by the
Constitution of Mexico;

person of a Party means a national or an enterprise of a Party; and

SIC means:

     (a) with respect to Canada, Standard Industrial
 Classification (SIC) numbers as set out in Statistics
 Canada, Standard Industrial Classification, fourth
 edition, 1980; and

     (b) with respect to the United States, Standard Industrial
 Classification (SIC) numbers as set out in the United
 States Office of Management and Budget, Standard
 Industrial Classification Manual, 1987.



				 ANNEX II
			Schedule of United States


SECTOR: Communication

SUB-SECTOR: Cable Television

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: SIC 4841 Cable and Other Pay Television Services

TYPE OF RESERVATION: National Treatment (Article 1102)
		     Most-Favored-Nation Treatment (Article 1103)

DESCRIPTION:Investment

Subject to Article 2106, the United
States reserves the right to adopt or
maintain any measure that accords
equivalent treatment to persons of any
country that limits ownership by
persons of the United States in an
enterprise engaged in the operation of
a cable television system in that
country.

LEGAL CITATION OF EXISTING MEASURES: None

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				 ANNEX II
			 Schedule of United States


SECTOR: Communications

SUB-SECTOR: Telecommunications Transport Networks and Services
	    and Radio Communications

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: CPC 752 Telecommunications Services
			 (Not Including CPC 752323 Value-Added
			 Network Services or CPC 752329 Other
			 Message Services)

TYPE OF RESERVATION: National Treatment (Articles 1102, 1202)
		     Most-Favored-Nation Treatment (Articles 1103, 1203)
		     Local Presence (Article 1205)
		     Senior Management (Article 1107)

DESCRIPTION: Cross-Border Services and Investment

The United States reserves the right
to adopt or maintain any measure
relating to investment in, or the
provision of, telecommunications
transport networks and
telecommunications transport services
or to radio communications. These
measures apply to such matters as
market entry, spectrum assignment,
tariffs, intercarrier agreements,
terms and conditions of service, and
interconnection between networks and
services. Telecommunications transport
services typically involve the real-
time transmission of customer-supplied
information between two or more points
without end-to-end change in the form
or content of the customer's
information, whether or not such
services are offered to the public
generally. These services include
voice and data services provided by
any electromagnetic means. Radio
communications include all
communications by radio, including
broadcasting. This reservation does
not apply to measures relating to
enhanced or value-added services.

LEGAL CITATION OF EXISTING MEASURES:

Communications Act of 1934, as
amended, 47 U.S.C. 151 et seq., see
particularly 310(a), (b) (1988)
(radio licenses for common carrier,
aeronautical en route, aeronautical en
route, aeronautical fixed, and
broadcasting services), and any
Federal Communications Commission
rules or policies adopted pursuant to
Title 47 of the United States Code,
including F.C.C. Decision,
International Competitive Carrier, 102
F.C.C. 2d 812 (1985)

An Act relating to the Landing and
Operation of Submarine Cables in the
United States, as amended, 47 U.S.C.
34-9 (1988), see particularly 35
(Submarine Cable Landing Act)
(undersea cables)

Communications Satellite Act of 1962,
as amended, 47 U.S.C. 701-57 (1988)

Telegraph Act, as amended, 47 U.S.C.
17 (1988) (telegraph cables serving
Alaska)

Children's Television Act of 1990, 47
U.S.C. 303a (1990)

Television Program Improvement Act of
1990, 47 U.S.C. 303c (1990)
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				 ANNEX II
			 Schedule of United States


SECTOR: Social Services

SUB-SECTOR:

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION:

TYPE OF RESERVATION: National Treatment (Articles 1102, 1202)
		     Local Presence (Article 1205)
		     Senior Management (Article 1107)

DESCRIPTION: Cross-Border Services and Investment

The United States reserves the right
to adopt or maintain any measure with
respect to the provision of public law
enforcement and correctional services,

and the following services to the
extent they are social services
established or maintained for a public
purpose:  income security or
insurance, social security or
insurance, social welfare, public
education, public training, health,
and child care.

LEGAL CITATION OF EXISTING MEASURES:

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				 ANNEX II
		       Schedule of the United States

SECTOR: Minority Affairs

SUB-SECTOR:

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION:

TYPE OF RESERVATION: National Treatment (Articles 1102, 1202)
		     Local Presence (Article 1205)
		     Performance Requirements (Article 1106)
		     Senior Management (Article 1107)

DESCRIPTION: Cross-Border Services and Investment

The United States reserves the right
to adopt or maintain any measure
according rights or preferences to
socially or economically disadvantaged
minorities, including corporations
organized under the laws of the State
of Alaska in accordance with the
Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act
(43 U.S.C. 1601 et seq.)

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				 ANNEX II
			 Schedule of United States


SECTOR: Professional Services

SUB-SECTOR: Attorneys

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: SIC 8111 Legal Services

TYPE OF RESERVATION: National Treatment (Articles 1102, 1202)
		     Most-Favored-Nation Treatment (Articles 1103, 1203)
		     Local Presence (Article 1205)
		     Senior Management (Article 1107)

DESCRIPTION: Cross-Border Services and Investment

Subject to page VI-U-3, the United
States reserves the right to adopt or
maintain any measure relating to the
provision of legal services, including
foreign legal consultancy services, by
persons of Mexico.

LEGAL CITATION OF EXISTING MEASURES: None

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				 ANNEX II
		       Schedule of the United States


SECTOR: Publishing

SUB-SECTOR: Newspaper Publishing

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: SIC 2711  Newspapers: Publishing, or Publishing
			 and Printing

TYPE OF RESERVATION: National Treatment (Article 1102)
		     Most-Favored-Nation Treatment (Article 1103)

DESCRIPTION: Investment

Subject to Article 2106, the United
States reserves the right to adopt or
maintain any measure that accords
equivalent treatment to persons of any
country that limits ownership by
persons of the United States in an
enterprise engaged in the publication
of daily newspapers primarily written
for audiences and distributed in that
country.

For purposes of this reservation,
daily newspapers are newspapers
published at least five days each
week.

LEGAL CITATION OF EXISTING MEASURES: None

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				 ANNEX II
		       Schedule of the United States


SECTOR: Transportation

SUB-SECTOR: Water Transportation

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: SIC 4412 Deep Sea Foreign Transportation of Freight
			 (limited to promotional programs)

			 SIC 4424 Deep Sea Domestic Transportation of Freight
			 (includes coastwise transportation of freight,
			 deep sea domestic freight transportation,
			 intercoastal transportation of freight, water
			 transportation of freight to noncontiguous
			 territories)

			 SIC 4432 Freight Transportation on the
			 Great Lakes and St. Lawrence Seaway

			 SIC 4449 Water Transportation of Freight, Not
			 Elsewhere Classified (includes canal barge
			 operations, canal freight transportation,
			 intracoastal freight transportation,
			 lake freight transportation except on
			 the Great Lakes, log rafting and
			 towing, river freight transportation
			 except on the St. Lawrence Seaway,
			 transportation of freight on bays and
			 sounds of the oceans)

			 SIC 4481 Deep Sea Transportation of
			 Passengers, Except by Ferry (limited
			 to promotional programs)

			 SIC 4482 Ferries

			 SIC 4489 Water Transportation of
			 Passengers, Not Elsewhere Classified
			 (includes airboats, swamp buggy rides,
			 excursion boat operations, passenger
			 water transportation on rivers and
			 canals, sightseeing boats, water taxis)

			 SIC 4492 Towing and Tugboat Services

			 SIC 4499 Water Transportation
			 Services, Not Elsewhere Classified
			 (limited to cargo salvaging,
			 chartering of commercial boats,
			 lighterage, bunkering, marine salvage,
			 pilotage, steamship leasing, cable
			 laying)

			 SIC 4491 - Marine Cargo Handling
			 (limited to crew activities aboard
			 vessels transporting supplies and
			 cargo within U.S. territorial waters
			 and longshore work performed by crew
			 affected by reciprocity restrictions)

			 SIC 1629 Heavy Construction, Not
			 Elsewhere Classified (limited to
			 marine dredging)

			 SIC 091 Commercial Fishing (limited to
			 fishing vessels and fishing operations
			 within the Exclusive Economic Zone)

TYPE OF RESERVATION: National Treatment (Articles 1102, 1202)
		     Most-Favored-Nation Treatment (Articles 1103, 1203)
		     Local Presence (Article 1205)
		     Performance Requirements (Article 1106)
		     Senior Management (Article 1107)

DESCRIPTION: Cross-Border Services and Investment

The United States reserves the right
to adopt or maintain any measure
relating to the provision of maritime
transportation services and the
operation of U.S.-flagged vessels,
including the following:

(a)  requirements for investment in,
  ownership and control of, and
  operation of vessels and other
  marine structures, including
  drill rigs, in maritime cabotage
  services, including maritime
  cabotage services performed in
  the domestic offshore trades, the
  coastwise trades, U.S.
  territorial waters, waters above
  the continental shelf, and in the
  inland waterways;

(b)  requirements for investment in,
  ownership and control of, and
  operation of U.S.-flagged vessels
  in foreign trades;

(c)  requirements for investment in,
  ownership and control of, and
  operation of vessels engaging in
  fishing and related activities in
  U.S. territorial waters and the
  Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ);

(d)  requirements related to
  documenting a vessel under the
  U.S. flag;

(e)  promotional programs, including
  tax benefits, available for
  shipowners, operators and vessels
  meeting certain requirements;

(f)  certification, licensing and
  citizenship requirements for crew
  members on U.S.-flagged vessels;

(g)  manning requirements of
  U.S.-flagged vessels;

(h)  all matters falling under the
  jurisdiction of the Federal
  Maritime Commission;

(i)  negotiation and implementation of
  bilateral and other international
  maritime agreements and
  understandings;

(j)  limitations on longshore work
  performed by crew members;

(k)  tonnage duties and light money
 assessments for entering U.S.
 waters; and

(l)  certification, licensing, and
 citizenship requirements for
 pilots performing pilotage
 services in U.S. territorial
 waters.

The following activities are not
included in this reservation:

(a)  vessel construction and repair;
  and

(b)  landside aspects of port
  activities including operation
  and maintenance of docks, loading
  and unloading of vessels directly
  to or from land, marine cargo
  handling, operation and
  maintenance of piers, ship
  cleaning, stevedoring, transfer
  of cargo between a ship and
  trucks, trains, pipelines and
  wharves, waterfront terminal
  operations, boat cleaning, canal
  operation, dismantling of ships,
  operation of marine railways for
  drydocking, marine surveyors,
  except cargo, marine wrecking of
  ships for scrap and ship
  classification societies.

LEGAL CITATION OF EXISTING MEASURES: Merchant Marine Act of 1920, 27, 46
App. U.S.C. 883 et seq. (Jones Act,
including Bowaters Corporations, 46
App. U.S.C. 883-1);

Jones Act Waiver Statute, Act of
December 27, 1950, 46 U.S.C. App.,
note preceding Sec. 1;

Shipping Act of 1916, 9, 46 U.S.C.
App. 808;

Shipping Act of 1916, 2, 46 U.S.C.
App. 802;

Merchant Marine Act of 1936, 905(c),
46 U.S.C. App. 1244;

Merchant Ship Sales Act of 1946, 50
U.S.C. App. 1738;

46 U.S.C. App. 292;

46 U.S.C. 12101 et seq. and 31301 et
seq.;

46 U.S.C. App. 316 and 8904;

Passenger Vessel Act, 46 U.S.C. 289;

Merchant Marine Act of 1936, Title VI,
46 U.S.C. App. 1171, et seq.
(includes Capital Construction Fund --
46 App. U.S.C. 1177, 26 U.S.C. 7518)
and the Merchant Marine Act of 1936,
Title V, 46 U.S.C. App. 1151, et seq.
(includes Capital Reserves Fund, 46
App. U.S.C. 1161 and trade in of
obsolete vessels, 46 App. U.S.C.
1160(1) and for National Defense
Reserve Fleet, 46 App. 1160(i));

46 U.S.C. 31328(2);

Merchant Marine Act of 1936, Title XI,
46 U.S.C. App. 1271, et seq. (includes
Marine Hull Insurance Requirements --
46 App. U.S.C. 1273(b) and 46 U.S.C.
Part 249);

Tonnage Duties, 46 App. U.S.C. 121;

Merchant Marine Act of 1936, 901(a)
and (b), 46 App. U.S.C. 1241(b);
Public Resolution 17, 46 App. U.S.C.
1241-1; and the Cargo Preference Act
of 1904, 10 U.S.C. 2631;

Environmental laws: CERCLA (superfund)
42 U.S.C. 9601 et seq.; and Oil
Pollution Act of 1990, 33 U.S.C. 2701;
Clean Water Act, 33 U.S.C. 1251 et
seq.;

46 U.S.C. 3301 et seq.;

46 U.S.C. 3701, et seq.;

Controlled Carrier Act, Shipping Act
of 1984, 9, 46 App U.S.C. 1708;

Merchant Marine Act of 1920, 19 as
amended, 46 App. U.S.C. 876; Shipping
Act of 1984, 13(b)(5); 46 App. U.S.C.
1712 (b)(5); and the Foreign Shipping
Practices Act of 1988; Omnibus Trade
and Competitiveness Act of 1988, Title
X, 46 App. U.S.C. 1710a;

Immigration Act of 1990, 203, 8
U.S.C. 1288, restrictions on
stevedoring by crews of foreign
vessels;

46 U.S.C. 8103;

Nicholson Act, 46 U.S.C. App. 251;

Commercial Fishing Industry Vessel
Anti-Reflagging Act of 1987, 46 U.S.C.
2101 and 46 U.S.C. 12108;

43 U.S.C. 1841;

22 U.S.C. 1980;

Intercoastal Shipping Act, 46 App.
U.S.C. 843;

46 U.S.C. 9302, 46 U.S.C. 8502;
Agreement Governing the Operation of
Pilotage on the Great Lakes, Exchange
of Notes at Ottawa, August 23, 1978,
and March 29, 1979, Treaties and
International Agreements Service 9445;

46 U.S.C. 12107(b); and

Magnuson Fisheries Conservation and
Management Act, 16 U.S.C. 1801, et
seq.



				 ANNEX II
			    Schedule of Canada


SECTOR: Aboriginal Affairs

SUB-SECTOR:

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION:

TYPE OF RESERVATION: National Treatment (Articles 1102, 1202)
		     Most-Favored-Nation Treatment (Articles 1103, 1203)
		     Local Presence (Article 1205)
		     Performance Requirements (Article 1106)
		     Senior Management (Article 1107)

DESCRIPTION:Investment and Cross-Border Services

Canada reserves the right to adopt or
maintain any measure denying investors
of another Party and their
investments, or service providers of
another Party, any rights or
preferences provided to aboriginal
peoples.

LEGAL CITATION OF EXISTING MEASURES:

[Constitution Act, 1982 and any
relevant legislation or policy]

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				  ANNEX II
			    Schedule of Canada


SECTOR: Social Services

SUB-SECTOR:

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION:

TYPE OF RESERVATION: National Treatment (Articles 1102, 1202)
		     Local Presence (Article 1205)
		     Senior Management (Article 1107)

DESCRIPTION: Investment and Cross-Border Services

Canada reserves the right to adopt or
maintain any measure with respect to
the provision of public law
enforcement and correctional services,
and the following services to the
extent that they are social services
established or maintained for a public
purpose:  income security or insurance,
social security or insurance, social
welfare, public education, public
training, health, and child care.

LEGAL CITATION OF EXISTING MEASURES:

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				 ANNEX II
			    Schedule of Canada



SECTOR: Communications

SUB-SECTOR: Telecommunications Transport Networks
	    and Services, Radiocommunications and
	    Submarine Cables

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION:  CPC 752 Telecommunications Services

TYPE OF RESERVATION: National Treatment (Article 1102)
		     Most-Favored-Nation Treatment (Article 1103)
		     Senior Management (Article 1107)

DESCRIPTION: Investment

Canada reserves the right to adopt or
maintain any measure relating to
investment in telecommunications
transport networks and
telecommunications transport services,
radiocommunications and  submarine
cables, including ownership
restrictions and measures concerning
corporate officers and directors and
place of incorporation.

This reservation does not apply to
providers of Value-Added Networks (CPC
752323) and Other Message Services
(CPC 752329) whose underlying
telecommunications transmission
facilities are leased from providers
of public telecommunications transport
networks.

LEGAL CITATION OF EXISTING MEASURES:
		Bell Canada Act, S.C. 1987, c.19

		British Columbia Telephone Company
		Special Act, S.C. 1916, c.66

		Teleglobe Canada Reorganization and
		Divestiture Act, R.S.C. 1985, c.T-4

		Telesat Canada Act, R.S.C. 1985, c.T-6

		Radiocommunication Act, R.S.C. 1985,
		c.R-2; as amended by S.C.1989 c.1,
		c.17

		Telegraphs Act R.S.C. 1985, c.T-5

		Telecommunications Policy Framework,
		1987

		Telecommunications Act (Bill C-62)

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				 ANNEX II
			    Schedule of Canada



SECTOR: Communications

SUB-SECTOR: Telecommunications Transport Networks and Services,
	    Radiocommunications and Submarine Cables

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: CPC 752 Telecommunication Services
			 (not including CPC 752323
			 value-Added Network Service
			 or CPC 752329 Other Message
			 Services)

TYPE OF RESERVATION: National Treatment (Article 1202)
		     Most-Favored-Nation Treatment (Article 1203)
		     Local Presence (Article 1205)

DESCRIPTION: Cross-Border Services

Canada reserves the right to adopt or
maintain any measure relating to
radio-communications, submarine
cables, and  the provision of
telecommunications transport networks
and telecommunications transport
services.  These measures apply to
such matters as market entry, spectrum
assignment, tariffs, intercarrier
agreements, terms and conditions of
service, interconnection between
networks and services, and routing
requirements that impede the provision
of telecommunications transport
networks and telecommunications
transport services, radio
communication and submarine cables, on
a cross-border basis.

Telecommunications transport services
typically involve the real-time
transmission of customer-supplied
information between two or more points
without any end-to-end change in the
form or content of the customer's
information, whether or not such
services are offered to the public
generally.  These services include
voice and data services by wire,
radiocommunication or any other
electromagnetic means of transmission.

This reservation does not apply to
measures relating to the cross-border
provision of enhanced or value-added
services.

LEGAL CITATION OF EXISTING MEASURES:
		Bell Canada Act, S.C. 1987, c. 19

		British Columbia Telephone Company
		Special Act, S.C. 1916, c.66

		Railway Act, R.S.C. 1985, c.R-3

		Radiocommunication Act, R.S.C. 1985,
		c.R-2; as amended by S.C. 1989, c.1,
		c.17

		Telegraphs Act, R.S.C. 1985, c.T-5

		Telecommunications Policy Framework,
		1987

		Telecommunications Act (Bill C-62)

		CRTC Decisions, including (85-19),
		(90-3), (91-10), (91-21), (92-11),
		(92-12)

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				 Annex II
			    Schedule of Canada


SECTOR: Government Finance

SUB-SECTOR: Securities

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION:

TYPE OF RESERVATION: National Treatment (Article 1102)

DESCRIPTION: Investment

Canada reserves the right to adopt or
maintain any measure relating to the
acquisition or sale or other
disposition of bonds, treasury bills,
or other kinds of debt securities
issued by the Government of Canada, a
province or local government by
nationals of another Party.

LEGAL CITATION OF EXISTING MEASURES:
		Financial Administrative Act, R.S.C.,
		1985, Chap. F-11

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				 ANNEX II
			    Schedule of Canada


SECTOR: minority Affairs

SUB-SECTOR:

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION:

TYPE OF RESERVATION: National Treatment (Articles 1102, 1202)
		     Local Presence (Article 1205)
		     Performance Requirements (Article 1106)
		     Senior Management (Article 1107)

DESCRIPTION: Cross-Border Services and Investment

Canada reserves the right to adopt or
maintain any measure according rights
or preferences to socially or
economically disadvantaged minorities.

LEGAL CITATION OF EXISTING MEASURES:
None

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			    Schedule of Canada

SECTOR: Transportation

SUB-SECTOR: Air Transportation

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: SIC 4513 Non-Scheduled Air Transport,
			 Specialty Industry

TYPE OF RESERVATION: National Treatment (Article 1102)
		     Most-Favored-Nation Treatment (Article 1103)
		     Senior Management (Article 1107)

DESCRIPTION: Investment

Canada reserves the right to adopt or
maintain any measure that restricts
the acquisition or establishment of an
investment in Canada for the provision
of specialty air services to a
Canadian national or a corporation
incorporated and having its principal
place of business in Canada, its chief
executive officer and not fewer than
2/3 of its directors as Canadian
nationals, and not less than 75% of
its voting interest owned and
controlled by persons otherwise
meeting these requirements.

LEGAL CITATION OF EXISTING MEASURES:
		Aeronautics Act, R.S.C., 1985, c. A-2

		Air Regulations, C.R.C., Vol.I, c.2

		Air Regulations Series 2, No.2
		(Aircraft Marking and Registration
		Regulations), SOR/90-591

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SECTOR: Transportation

SUB-SECTOR: Water Transportation

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: SIC 4541 Freight and Passenger Water
			 Transport Industry

			 SIC 4542 Ferry Industry

			 SIC 4543 Marine Towing Industry

			 SIC 4549 Other Water Transport
			 Industries

			 SIC 4552 Harbour and Port Operation
			 Industries

			 SIC 4553 Marine Salvage Industry

			 SIC 4554 Piloting Service, Water
			 Transport Industry

			 SIC 4559 Other Service Industries
			 Incidental to Water
			 Transport

TYPE OF RESERVATION: National Treatment (Articles 1102, 1202)
		     Most-Favored-Nation Treatment (Articles 1103, 1203)
		     Local Presence (Article 1205)
		     Performance Requirements (Article 1106)
		     Senior Management (Article 1107)

DESCRIPTION: Cross-Border Services and Investment

Canada reserves the right to adopt or
maintain any measure relating to the
investment in or provision of maritime
cabotage services, including:

(a)  the transportation of goods or
  passengers by vessel between
  points in the territory of Canada
  and the Exclusive Economic Zone;

(b)  with respect to waters above the
  continental shelf, the
  transportation of goods in
  relation to the exploration,
  exploitation, or transportation
  of the mineral or non-living
  natural resources of the
  continental shelf; and

(c)  the engaging by vessel in any
  maritime activity of a commercial
  nature in the territory of Canada
  and the Exclusive Economic Zone
  and, with respect to waters above
  the continental shelf, in such
  other maritime activities of a
  commercial nature in relation to
  the exploration, exploitation or
  transportation of mineral or non-
  living natural resources of the
  continental shelf.

This reservation relates to, among
other things, local presence
requirements for service providers
entitled to participate in these
activities, the criteria for the
issuance of a temporary cabotage
license to foreign vessels, and limits
on the number of cabotage licenses
issued to foreign vessels.

LEGAL CITATION OF EXISTING MEASURES:
		Coasting Trade Act, S.C., 1992, c. 31

		Canada Shipping Act, R.S.C., 1985, c.
		S-9

		Customs Act, R.S.C., 1985, c.1 (2nd
		Supp.)

		Customs and Excise Offshore
		Application Act, R.S.C., 1985, c. C-53


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				 ANNEX II
			    Schedule of Canada



SECTOR: Transportation

SUB-SECTOR: Water Transportation

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: SIC 4541 Freight and Passenger Water
			 Transport Industry

			 SIC 4542 Ferry Industry

			 SIC 4543 Marine Towing Industry

			 SIC 4549 Other Marine Transport
			 Industries
			 SIC 4551 Marine Cargo Handling

			 Industry

			 SIC 4552 Harbour and Port
			 OperationIndustry

			 SIC 4553 Marine Salvage Industry

			 SIC 4554 Piloting Service, Water
			 Transport Industry

			 SIC 4559 Other Service Industries
			 Incidental to Water
			 Transport

TYPE OF RESERVATION: National Treatment (Articles 1102, 1202)
		     Most-Favored-Nation Treatment (Articles 1103, 1203)
		     Local Presence (Article 1205)
		     Performance Requirements (Article 1106)
		     Senior Management (Article 1107)

DESCRIPTION: Cross-Border Services and Investment

Canada reserves the right to adopt or
maintain any measure denying service
providers or investors of the United
States, or their investments, the
benefits accorded service providers or
investors of Mexico or any other
country, or their investments, in
sectors equivalent to those subject to
the maritime services reservation
inscribed in page II-U-8.

LEGAL CITATION OF EXISTING MEASURES: None

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				 ANNEX II
			    Schedule of Canada


SECTOR: Transportation

SUB-SECTOR: Water Transportation

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: SIC 4541 Freight and Passenger Water
			 Transport Industry

			 SIC 4542 Ferry Industry

			 SIC 4543 Marine Towing Industry

			 SIC 4549 Other Marine Transport
			 Industries

			 SIC 4551 Marine Cargo Handling
			 Industry

			 SIC 4552 Harbour and Port Operation
			 Industry

			 SIC 4553 Marine Salvage Industry

			 SIC 4554 Piloting Service, Water
			 Transport Industry

			 SIC 4559 Other Service Industries
			 Incidental to Water
			 Transport

TYPE OF RESERVATION: National Treatment (Article 1202)
		     Most-Favored-Nation Treatment (Article 1203)
		     Local Presence (Article 1205)

DESCRIPTION: Cross-Border Services

Canada reserves the right to adopt or
maintain any measure relating to the
implemention of agreements,
arrangements and other formal or
informal undertakings with other
countries with respect to maritime
activities in waters of mutual
interest in such areas as pollution
control (including double hull
requirements for oil tankers), safe
navigation, barge inspection
standards, water quality, pilotage,
salvage, drug abuse control, and
maritime communications.

LEGAL CITATION OF EXISTING MEASURES:
		United States Wreckers Act, R.S.C.
		1985, c. U-3

		Various Agreements and Arrangements,
		including:

		(a)  Memorandum or Arrangement on
		  Great Lakes Pilotage;

		(b)  Canada-United-States Joint Marine
		  Pollution Circumpolar Agreement;

		(c)  Agreement with the United States
		  on Loran "C" Service on the East
		  and West Coasts; and

		(d)  Denmark - Canada Joint Marine
		  Pollution Circumpolar Agreement.



				 ANNEX II
			    Schedule of Mexico



SECTOR: All sectors

SUB-SECTOR: All sub-sectors

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION:

TYPE OF RESERVATION: National Treatment (Articles 1102, 1202)

DESCRIPTION: Cross-Border Services and Investment

Mexico reserves the right to adopt or
maintain any measure restricting the
ownership of bonds, treasury bills or
any other kind of debt or security
issued by the federal, state or local
governments except with respect to
ownership by financial institutions of
another Party, as such term is defined
in Chapter Fourteen (Financial
Services).

LEGAL CITATION OF EXISTING MEASURES:

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				 ANNEX II
			    Schedule of Mexico



SECTOR: Communications

SUB-SECTOR: Entertainment Services (Broadcasting
	    and Multipoint Distribution Systems (MDS))

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: CMAP 941104 Private Production and
			 Transmission of Radio Programs
			 (Limited to Transmission of Radio
			 Programs, MDS and uninterrupted music)

			 CMAP 941105 Private Services of
			 Production, Transmission and
			 Repetition of Television Programming
			 (Limited to Transmission and
			 Repetition of Television Programs,
			 MDS, and High-Definition Television)

TYPE OF RESERVATION: National Treatment (Articles 1102, 1202)
		     Most-Favored-Nation (Articles 1103, 1203)
		     Local Presence (Article 1205)
		     Senior Management (Article 1106)

DESCRIPTION: Cross-Border Services and Investment

Mexico reserves the right to adopt or
maintain any measure relating to
investment in or provision of
broadcasting, multipoint distribution
systems, uninterrupted music and
high-definition television services.

LEGAL CITATION OF EXISTING MEASURES:

Constituci¢n Pol¡tica de los Estados
Unidos Mexicanos (United Mexican
States Political Constitution)

Ley de V¡as Generales de Comunicaci¢n
(General Means of Communication Law)

Ley Federal de Radio y Televisi¢n
(Radio and Television Federal Law)

Ley Para Promover la Inversi¢n
Mexicana y Regular la Inversi¢n
Extranjera (Law to Promote Mexican
Investment and to Regulate Foreign
Investment)


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				 ANNEX II
			    Schedule of Mexico



SECTOR: Communications

SUB-SECTOR: Telecommunications

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: CMAP 720006 Other Telecommunications
			 Services (Limited to Aeronautical
			 Mobile and Fixed Services)

TYPE OF RESERVATION: National Treatment (Articles 1102, 1202)
		     Most-Favored-Nation (Articles 1103, 1203)
		     Local Presence (Article 1205)

DESCRIPTION: Cross-Border Services and Investment

Mexico reserves the right to adopt or
maintain any measure relating to
investment in or provision of air
traffic control, aeronautical
meteorology,  aeronautical
telecommunications, flight control and
other telecommunication services
relating to air navigation services.

LEGAL CITATION OF EXISTING MEASURES:

Constituci¢n Pol¡tica de los Estados
Unidos Mexicanos (United Mexican
States Political Constitution)

Ley de V¡as Generales de Comunicaci¢n
(General Means of Communication Law)

Decree creating the entity "Servicios
a la navegaci¢n en el espacio a‚reo
mexicano" (SENEAM) (Air Services in
the Mexican Air Space), 3 de octubre
de 1978


Ley para Promover la Inversi¢n
Mexicana y Regular la Inversi¢n
Extranjera (Law to Promote Mexican
Investment and to Regulate Foreign
Investment)

Reglamento de la Ley para Promover la
Inversi¢n Mexicana y Regular la
Inversi¢n Extranjera (Regulations of
the Law to Promote Mexican Investment
and to Regulate Foreign Investment)

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				 ANNEX II
			    Schedule of Mexico



SECTOR: Communications

SUB-SECTOR: Telecommunications Transport Networks

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: CMAP 720003 Telephone Services

			 CMAP 720004 Telephone Booth Services

			 CMAP 720006 Other Telecommunications
			 Services (Not Including Enhanced or
			 Value-Added Services)

			 CMAP 502003 Telecommunications
			 installations

TYPE OF RESERVATION: National Treatment (Articles 1102, 1202)
		     Most-Favored-Nation (Articles 1103, 1203)
		     Local Presence (Article 1205)

DESCRIPTION: Cross-Border Services and Investment

Mexico reserves the right to adopt or
maintain any measure relating to
investment in, or provision of,
telecommunications transport networks
and telecommunication transport
services. Telecommunications transport
networks include the facilities to
provide telecommunications transport
services such as local basic telephone
services, long-distance telephone
services (national and international),
rural telephone services, cellular
telephone services, telephone booth
services, satellite services,
trunking, paging, mobile  telephony,
maritime telecommunication services,
air telephone, telex, and data
transmission services.
Telecommunications transport services
typically involve the real-time
transmission of customer-supplied
information between two or more points
without any end-to-end change in the
form or content of the customer's
information, whether or not such
services are offered to the public
generally.

LEGAL CITATION OF EXISTING MEASURES:

Constituci¢n Pol¡tica de los Estados
Unidos Mexicanos (United Mexican
States Political Constitution)

Ley de V¡as Generales de Comunicaci¢n
(General Means of Communication Law)

Reglamento de Telecomunicaciones
(Telecommunications Regulations)

Reglamento de la Ley para Promover la
Inversi¢n Mexicana y Regular la
Inversi¢n Extranjera (Regulations of
the Law to Promote Mexican Investment
and to Regulate Foreign Investment)

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SECTOR: Communications and Transportation

SUB-SECTOR: Postal Services, Telecommunications, Railroads

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: CMAP 720001 Postal Services

			 CMAP 720005 Telegraphic Services,
			 Radiotelegraphic Services, Wireless
			 Telegraphy

			 CMAP 720006 Other Telecommunications
			 services (limited to satellite
			 communications)

			 CMAP 711101 Railway Transportation
			 Service (limited to operation,
			 administration and control of traffic
			 within the Mexican railway system,
			 supervision and management of railway
			 rights-of-way, construction,
			 operation, and maintenance of basic
			 railway infrastructure)

TYPE OF RESERVATION: National Treatment (Article 1202)
		     Most-favored-Nation Treatment (Article 1203)
		     Local Presence (Article 1205)

DESCRIPTION: Cross-Border Services

Mexico reserves the right to adopt or
mantain any measure related to the
provision of the following services:
postal services (operation,
administration and organization of
first class mail), telegraph,
radiotelegraphy, satellite
communications (establishment,
ownership and operation of satellite
systems, and establishment, ownership
and operation of earth stations with
international links), and railroads
(operation, administration and control
of traffic within the Mexican railway
system, supervision and management of
railway rights-of-way, construction,
operation, and maintenance of basic
railway infrastructure).

LEGAL CITATION OF EXISTING MEASURES:

Constituci¢n  Pol¡tica de los Estados
Unidos Mexicanos, (United Mexican
States Political Constitution) Article
28

Ley de V¡as Generales de Comunicaci¢n
(General Means of Communications Law
and its regulations)

Ley Org nica de Ferrocarriles
Nacionales de M‚xico (Mexican National
Railroad Law)

Ley del Servicio Postal Mexicano
(Mexican Postal Services Law and its
regulations)

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				 ANNEX II
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SECTOR: Professional, Technical and Specialized Services and Other
	Services Provided by Natural Persons

SUB-SECTOR: Professional Services

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: CMAP 951002 Legal Services/Foreign
			 Legal Consultants

TYPE OF RESERVATION: National Treament (Article 1102, 1202)
		     Most-Favored-Nation Treatment (Article 1103, 1203)
		     Local Presence (Article 1205)
		     Senior Management (Article 1107)

DESCRIPTION: Cross-Border Services and Investment

Subject to page VI-M-2, Mexico
reserves the right to adopt or
maintain any measure relating to the
provision of legal services and
foreign legal consultancy services by
person of the United States.

LEGAL CITATION OF EXISTING MEASURES:

Ley Reglamentaria del Art¡culo 5o.
Constitucional, relativo al ejercicio
de las profesiones en el Distrito
Federal (Regulatory Law of Article 5'
of the United Mexican States Political
Constitution in relation to
Professional Services)

Reglamento de la Ley para Promover la
Inversi¢n Mexicana y Regular la
Inversi¢n Extranjera (Regulations of
the Law to Promote Mexican Investment
and to Regulate Foreign Investment).

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SECTOR: Social Services

SUB-SECTOR: Not applicable

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION:

TYPE OF RESERVATION: National Treatment (Article 1102, 1202)
		     Local Presence (Article 1205)
		     Senior Management (Article 1107)

DESCRIPTION: Cross-Border Services and Investment

Mexico reserves the right to adopt or
maintain any measure with respect to
the provision of public law
enforcement and correctional services,
and the following services to the
extent they are social services
established or maintained for a public
purpose:   income security or
insurance, social security or
insurance, social welfare, public
education, public training, health,
and child care.

LEGAL CITATION OF EXISTING MEASURES:

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SECTOR: Transportation
SUB-SECTOR: Specialized Personnel

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: Ship Captains (Capitanes)
			 Aircraft Pilots (Pilotos)
			 Ship Masters (Patrones)
			 Ship Machinists (Maquinistas)
			 Ship Mechanics (Mec nicos)
			 Airport Administrators (Comandantes de
			 Aer¢dromos)
			 Harbor Masters (Capitanes de Puerto)
			 Harbor Pilots (Pilotos de Puerto)
			 Customs Brokers (Agentes Aduanales)
			 Crew on Mexican flagged vessels and
			 aircraft (Personal que tripule
			 cualquier embarcaci¢n o aeronave con
			 bandera o insignia mercante mexicana)

TYPE OF RESERVATION: National Treament (Article 1202)
		     Most-Favored-Nation Treatment (Article 1203)
		     Local Presence (Article 1205)

DESCRIPTION: Cross-Border Services

Only Mexicans by birth may serve as
captains, pilots, ship masters,
machinists, mechanics and crew members
manning vessels or aircraft under the
Mexican flag; as harbor pilots, harbor
masters and airport administrators;
and as customs brokers.

LEGAL CITATION OF EXISTING MEASURES:

Constituci¢n Pol¡tica de los Estados
Unidos Mexicanos, (Political
Constitution of United Mexican States)
ANNEX III Schedule of Mexico


I.   The Mexican State reserves the right to perform exclusively,
and to refuse to permit the establishment of investments in, the
following activities:


1.   Petroleum, other Hydrocarbons and Basic Petrochemicals

     (a)  Description of activities

	  (i) exploration and exploitation of crude oil and
 natural gas; refining or processing of crude oil
 and natural gas; and production of artificial gas,
 basic petrochemicals  and their feedstocks and
 pipelines; and,

	  (ii) foreign trade; transportation, storage and
 distribution up to and including first hand sales
 of the following goods: crude oil; natural and
 artificial gas; goods obtained from the refining
 or processing of crude oil and natural gas; and
 basic petrochemicals.

	  (b) Legal citation:

	  Constituci¢n Pol¡tica de los Estados Unidos Mexicanos,
Articles 25, 27 and 28 (United Mexican States Political
Constitution, Articles 25, 27 and 28).

	  Ley Reglamentaria del Art¡culo 27 Constitucional en el
Ramo del Petr¢leo y sus reglamentos (Regulatory Law of
Article 27 of the United Mexican States Constitution
related to Oil, and its regulations).

	  Ley Org nica de Petr¢leos Mexicanos y Organismos
Subsidiarios (Statutory Law of Petr¢leos Mexicanos and
its Subsidiaries).

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2.   Electricity

     (a) Description of activities: the supply of electricity as
 a public service in Mexico, including, except as
 provided in Annex 602.3 of the Energy Chapter, the
 generation, transmission, transformation, distribution
 and sale of electricity.

     (b) Legal citation:

     Constituci¢n Pol¡tica de los Estados Unidos Mexicanos,
Articles 25 and 28 (United Mexican States Political
Constitution, Articles 25 and 28).

     Ley del Servicio P£blico de Energ¡a El‚ctrica y su
reglamento (Public Service of Electric Energy Law, and
its Regulations)

3.   Nuclear Power and Treatment of Radioactive Minerals

     (a) Description of activities: the generation of nuclear
 energy; the exploration, exploitation and processing of
 radioactive minerals; the nuclear fuel cycle; the use
 and reprocessing of nuclear fuels and the regulation of
 their applications for other purposes; the
 transportation and storage of nuclear wastes; and the
 production of heavy water.

     (b) Legal citation:

     Constituci¢n Pol¡tica de los Estados Unidos Mexicanos,
Articles 25, 27 and 28 (United Mexican Constitution,
Article 25, 27 and 28).

     Ley Reglamentaria del Art¡culo 27 Constitucional en
Materia de Energ¡a Nuclear (Regulatory Law of the
Aticle 27 of the United Mexican Constitution related to
Atomic Energy).

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				 ANNEX III
			    Schedule of Mexico



4.   Satellite Communications

     (a) Description of activities: the establishment, operation
 and ownership of satellite systems and earth stations
 with international links.

     (b) Legal citation:

     Constituci¢n Pol¡tica de los Estados Unidos Mexicanos,
Articles 25 and 28 (United Mexican States, Articles 25
and 26).

     Ley de V¡as Generales de Comunicaci¢n y sus reglamentos
(General Means of Communication Law)

5.   Telegraph Services

     Legal citation:

     Constituci¢n Pol¡tica de los Estados Unidos Mexicanos,
     Articles 25 and 28 (United Mexican States, Articles 25 and
     28)

     Ley de V¡as Generales de Comunicaci¢n y sus reglamentos
     (General Means Communication Law)

6.   Radiotelegraph Services

     Legal citation:

     Constituci¢n Pol¡tica de los Estados Unidos Mexicanos,
     Articles 25 and 28 (United Mexican States Political
     Constitution, Article 25 and 28)

     Ley de V¡as Generales de Comunicaci¢n y sus reglamentos
     (Genral Means of Communication Law).

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				 ANNEX III
			    Schedule of Mexico



7.   Postal Services

     (a) Description of activities: operation, administration
 and organization of first class mail.

     (b) Legal citation:

     Constituci¢n Pol¡tica de los Estados Unidos Mexicanos,
Articles 25 and 28 (United Mexican States Political
Constitution, Articles 25 and 28).

     Ley del Servicio Postal Mexicano (Mexican Postal
Service Law)

8.   Railroads

     (a) Description of activities: the operation,
 administration and control of traffic within the
 Mexican railway system; supervision and management of
 railway right-of-way; operation, construction and
 maintenance of basic railway infrastructure.

     (b) Legal citation:

     Constituci¢n Pol¡tica de los Estados Unidos Mexicanos,
Articles 25 and 28 (United Mexican States Political
Constitution, Articles 25 y 28).

     Ley Org nica de Ferrocarriles Nacionales de M‚xico
(Statutory Law of Mexican Railroads).

9.   Issuance of Bills (currency) and Minting of Coinage

     Legal citation:

     Constituci¢n Pol¡tica de los Estados Unidos Mexicanos,
     Articles 25 and 28 (United Mexican States Political
     Constitution, Articles 25 and 28).

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			    Schedule of Mexico



     Ley Org nica del Banco de M‚xico (Statutory Law of Banco de
     M‚xico).

     Ley Org nica de la Casa de Moneda de M‚xico (Statutory Law
     of the Mexican Coining Agency).

10.  Control, Inspection and Surveillance of Maritime and Inland
(Lake and River) Ports

     Legal citation:

     Ley de Navegaci¢n y Comercio Mar¡timo (Commercial and
     Navigation Law), Articles 43 and 47.

     Ley de V¡as Generales de Comunicaci¢n (General Means of
     Communication Law) Article 272.

11.  Control, Inspection and Surveillance of Airports and
Heliports

     Legal citation:

     Ley de V¡as Generales de Comunicaci¢n (General Means of
     Communication) Article 327.

The legal citations are provided only for transparency purposes.

II.  Deregulation of Activities Reserved to the State

1.   The activities set out in Section I are reserved to the
Mexican State, and private equity investment is prohibited under
Mexican Law. Where Mexico allows private investment to
participate in such activities through service contracts,
concessions, lending arrangements or any other type of
contractual arrangement, such participation shall not be
construed to affect the State's reservation of those activities.

2.   If Mexican laws or regulations are amended to allow private
equity investment in an activity set out in Section I, Mexico may
impose restrictions on foreign investment

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				 ANNEX III
			    Schedule of Mexico



participation notwithstanding Article 1102 and describe them in
Annex I. Mexico may also impose derogations from 1102 on foreign
equity investment participation when selling an asset or
ownership interest in an  enterprise in activities set out in
Section I and describe them in Annex I.


III.  Activities Formerly Reserved to the Mexican State

     Where an activity was reserved to the Mexican State on
January 1, 1992 and is not reserved to the Mexican State upon
entry into force of this Agreement, Mexico may restrict the
initial sale of a state-owned asset or an ownership interest in a
state enterprise that performs that activity to enterprises with
majority ownership by Mexican nationals, as defined by the
Mexican Constitution. For a period not to exceed three years from
the initial sale, Mexico may restrict the transfer of such asset
or ownership interest to other enterprises with majority
ownership by  Mexican nationals, as defined by the Mexican
Constitution.  Upon expiration of the three year period , the
obligations of national treatment set out in Article 1102
(National Treatment) shall apply. This provision is subject to
Article  1108 (Reservations and exceptions).
ANNEX IV

     The Schedule of a Party sets out the reservations taken by
that Party pursuant to Article 1108(7) with respect to Article
1103 (Most-Favored-Nation Treatment).  Each reservation sets out
the sector, subsector or activities to which it applies.



				 ANNEX IV
		       Schedule of the United States


     The United States takes an exception to Article 1103 for all
international agreements (bilateral and multilateral) in force or
signed prior to the date of entry into force of this Agreement.

     As for international agreements other than those in force or
signed prior to the date of entry into force of this Agreement,
the United States takes an exception to Article 1103 for those
agreements involving:

1.   Aviation;

2.   Fisheries;

3.   Maritime matters, including salvage; or

4.   Telecommunications.

     With respect to state measures not yet described in Annex I,
pursuant to paragraph 2 of Article 1108, the United States takes
an exception to Article 1103 for international agreements signed
within two years of the entry into force of this Agreement.

     For greater certainty, the Parties note that Article 1103
does not apply to any current or future foreign aid programs to
promote economic development, such as those governed by the
Energy Economic Cooperation Program with Central America and the
Caribbean (Pacto de San Jos‚) and the OECD Agreement on Export
Credits.



				 ANNEX IV
			    Schedule of Canada


     Canada takes an exception to Article 1103 for all
international agreements (bilateral and multilateral) in force or
signed prior to the date of entry into force of this Agreement.

     As for international agreements other than those in force or
signed prior to the date of entry into force of this Agreement,
Canada takes an exception to Article 1103 for those agreements
involving:


1.   Aviation;

2.   Fisheries;

3.   Maritime matters, including salvage; or

4.   Telecommunications.

     With respect to provincial measures not yet described in
Annex I, pursuant to paragraph 2 of Article 1108, Canada takes an
exception for international agreements signed within two years of
the entry into force of this Agreement.

     For greater certainty, the Parties note that Article 1103
does not apply to any current or future foreign aid programs to
promote economic development, such as those governed by the
Energy Economic Cooperation Program with Central America and the
Caribbean (Pacto de San Jos‚) and the OECD Agreement on Export
Credits.



				 ANNEX IV
			    Schedule of Mexico



     Mexico takes an exception to Article 1103 for all
international agreements (bilateral and multilateral) in force or
signed prior to the date of entry into force of this Agreement.

     As for international agreements other than those in force or
signed prior to the date of entry into force of this Agreement,
Mexico takes an exception to Article 1103 for those agreements
involving:

1.   Aviation;

2.   Fisheries;

3.   Maritime matters, including salvage; or

4.   Telecommunications.

     With respect to state measures not yet described in Annex I,
pursusant to paragraph 2 of Article 1108, Mexico takes an
exception to Article 1103 for international agreements signed
within two years of the entry into force of this Agreement.

     For greater certainty, the Parties note that Article 1103
does not apply to any current or future foreign aid programs to
promote economic development, such as those governed by the
Energy Economic Cooperation Program with Central America and the
Caribbean (Pacto de San Jos‚) and the OECD Agreement on Export
Credits.


ANNEX V Schedule of United States


SECTOR: Communications

SUB-SECTOR: Telecommunications (Radio Communications)

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: CPC 752 Telecommunications Services

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Communications Act of 1934, as amended, Sections 1, 2, 4,
		and Title III, 47 U.S.C. 151 et. seq. (1988)

DESCRIPTION: The Communications Act of 1934 (the
Act) requires anyone wishing to engage
in communications by radio within the
United States and between the United
States and points outside the United
States to obtain a license from the
Federal Communications Commission
(FCC) for the use, but not the
ownership, of all channels of radio
communications; and no such license
shall be construed to create any right
beyond the terms, conditions and
periods of the license.

The Act requires the FCC, in granting
radio station licenses, to determine
if such a license would serve the
public interest, convenience and
necessity and empowers the FCC to
impose conditions pursuant to this
determination.	The Act also empowers
the FCC to deny applications for radio
licenses where it is unable to find
that such grant would serve the public
interest, convenience and necessity.

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				  ANNEX V
			 Schedule of United States


SECTOR: Communications

SUB-SECTOR: Cable Television Services

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: CPC 753 Radio and Television Cable Services

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Communications Act of 1934, as amended,
		47 U.S.C. 151 et. seq. (1988)
		Federal Communications Commission
		Rules, Sections 76.501, 74.931(e)(5),
		63.54, and 21.912

		47 C.F.R. 76.501, 74.931(e)(5),
		63.54, and 21.912

DESCRIPTION: A cable television system is not
allowed to carry any television
broadcast signal if the cable system
owns, operates, controls or has an
interest in a television broadcast
station whose Grade B contour overlaps
the service area of such cable system.
(76.501(a))

A cable television system may directly
or indirectly own, operate, control,
or have an interest in a national
television network (such as ABC, CBS,
or NBC) only if such system does not
pass more than (i) 10 percent of homes
passed on a nationwide basis when
aggregated with all other cable
systems in which the network holds
such a cognizable interest, and (ii)
50 percent of homes passed within any
one ADI (Arbitron Area of Dominant
Influence), except that a cable
television system facing a competing
system will not be counted toward this
50 percent limit. (76.501(b))

A cable television company may not
lease excess transmission time or
capacity from a licensee of an
Instructional Television Fixed Service
(ITFS) station (television services
intended for use in educational
institutions) if the ITFS station is
located within 20 miles of that cable
television company's franchise area.
(74.931(e)(5))

A telephone common carrier may not
engage in the provision (e.g.,
ownership, control, or production) of
video programming to the viewing
public in its telephone service area,
but may distribute such programming on
a common carrier basis and may only
have up to a five percent non-
controlling financial interest in
video programmers. (63.54(a))

A telephone common carrier may not
provide channels of communications or
pole line conduit space, or other
rental arrangements to any entity
which is directly or indirectly owned,
operated or controlled by, or under
common control with, such telephone
common carrier, where such facilities
or arrangements are to be used for, or
in connection with, the provision of
video programming to the viewing
public in the telephone service area
of the telephone common carrier.
(63.54(b))

In cable television franchise areas
served by a single cable operator,
that operator may not be authorized to
use frequencies assigned to the
Multichannel Multipoint Distribution
Service (MMDS) (the 2150-2165 Mhz and
2596-2644 Mhz bands), if a portion of
an MMDS station's protected service
area lies within that cable television
operator's franchise area. (21.912)

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				  ANNEX V
		       Schedule of the United States



SECTOR: Energy

SUB-SECTOR: Natural Gas Transportation

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: SIC 4922 Natural Gas Transmission
			 SIC 4923 Natural Gas Transmission and Distribution
			 SIC 4924 Natural Gas Distribution

LEGAL CITATION: 15 U.S.C. section 717(f)
		18 C.F.R. part 157

DESCRIPTION: Section 7(c) of the Natural Gas Act of
1938, as amended, requires a natural
gas company, or a person which will be
a natural gas company upon completion
of proposed construction or extension
of transportation facilities, to
obtain a certificate of public
convenience and necessity to
construct, extend, acquire, or operate
such facilities.  In addition, a
certificate is required to transport
or sell for resale natural gas in
interstate commerce.

The Act requires the FERC to hold
hearings on applications for permanent
certificates and to give interested
persons notice of such hearings and
notices of applications are published
in the Federal Register.

The FERC does not require a
certificate of pubic convenience and
necessity for certain replacement
construction, maintenance, emergency
facilities, auxiliary installations,
and certain types of taps.

Natural gas services for drilling oil
wells, or for testing or purging new
natural gas pipeline facilities are
exempt from the certificate
requirement.

Certain "emergency" sales,
transportation, or exchanges are
exempt from the certificate
requirement.  When a certificate is
required, the FERC may grant a
temporary certificate for sale or
transportation in emergency
circumstances, pending the
determination on a permanent
certificate.

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				  ANNEX V
		       Schedule of the United States

SECTOR: Postal Services

SUB-SECTOR: Postal Services

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: SIC 4311 United States Postal Service

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: 39 U.S.C.  401 et seq.
		18 U.S.C.  1693
		39 C.F.R. Parts 310 and 320

DESCRIPTION: The United States Postal Service is
generally authorized to "receive,
transmit, and deliver throughout the
United States, its territories and
possessions ... written and printed
matter, parcels and like materials."
The Postal Service also has the
exclusive authority to "provide and
sell postage stamps."

A carrier other than the U.S. Postal
Service may carry letters if, among
other things, each letter is enclosed
in an envelope, proper postage has
been paid in stamps, the stamp is
canceled by the sender, and the
carrier endorses the envelope.

The postal regulations define
"letters" to exclude telegrams, books
and magazines, and other materials.
The regulations also permit letters to
be carried accompanying cargo, by the
sender, by others without
compensation, and by special
messengers.  The Postal Service has
suspended its regulations with respect
to private "express mail" services.
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				  ANNEX V
			 Schedule of United States


SECTOR: Recreation

SUB-SECTOR: National Parks Concessions

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: SIC 7999 Amusement and Recreation
			 Services, Not Elsewhere Classified

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: 16 U.S.C.  20 and 20a

DESCRIPTION: A concession is required to operate
hotels, restaurants, gift shops, snack
bars, equipment rentals, horseback
riding services, guide services,
fishing guides, mountain climbing, bus
transportation, and other services
facilities in U.S. national parks.
The National Park Service regulates
all aspects of these services,
including building specifications,
rates for the services, and hours of
operation.

The National Park Service awards
concessions only where they are
determined to be "necessary and
appropriate."  In developing its plans
for the operation of a national park,
the Park Service determines what
operations, including concessions, are
"necessary and appropriate."  As a
result of this determination, the Park
Service may determine that a given
concession is not needed.



				  ANNEX V
			    Schedule of Canada


SECTOR: Communication Industries

SUB-SECTOR: Postal Services

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: SIC 4841 Postal Service Industry

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Canada Post Corporation Act, R.S.C.,
		c. C-10

		Letter Definition Regulations,
		SOR/83-481

DESCRIPTION: Canada Post Corporation has the
exclusive privilege to collect,
transmit and deliver "letters", as
defined in the Letter Definition
Regulations, addressed in the
territory of Canada, and its assent is
required in order for other persons to
sell stamps.

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				  ANNEX V
			    Schedule of Canada



SECTOR: Communications

SUB-SECTOR: Radiocommunications

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: CPC 752 Telecommunication

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Radiocommunication Act, R.S.C. 1985,
		c.R-2; as amended by S.C 1989 c.1,
		c.17, ss. 5, 6

DESCRIPTION: A person desiring to operate a private
radio transmission system must obtain
a licence from the Department of
Communications.  The issuance of such
licence is subject to spectrum
availability and policies regarding
its use.  In general, priority is
given to the use of spectrum for the
purpose of developing non-private
networks.


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				  ANNEX V
			    Schedule of Canada



SECTOR: Energy

SUB-SECTOR: Electricity Transmission

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: [To be provided]

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: National Energy Board Act, R.S.C.,
		1985, c. N-6

DESCRIPTION: Under Part III of the Act,
construction and operation of
international electricity transmission
lines may require approval by the
National Energy Board.


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				   ANNEX V
			    Schedule of Canada



SECTOR: Energy

SUB-SECTOR: Oil and Gas Transportation

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: [To be provided]

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: National Energy Board Act R.S.C., 1985 c. N-6

DESCRIPTION: The approval of the National Energy
Board (NEB) is required for the
construction and operation of all
interprovincial or international
pipelines for the transmission of oil
or gas.  A public hearing must be held
and a certificate of public
convenience and necessity issued where
the pipeline in question is longer
than 40 kilometers.  Pipelines shorter
than 40 kilometers may be authorized
by an order without a public hearing.
All modifications to and extension of
pipelines must be approved by the
Board.

Part IV of the Act requires that all
tolls for the transmission of oil and
gas on NEB-regulated pipelines and all
tariff matters shall be filed with or
approved by the NEB. A public hearing
may be held in considering toll and
tariff matters.

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				  ANNEX V
			    Schedule of Canada



SECTOR: Food, Beverages and Drug Industries, Retail

SUB-SECTOR: Liquor, Wine and Beer Stores

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: 6021 Liquor Stores
			 6022 Wine Stores
			 6023 Beer Stores

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Importation of Intoxicating Liquors
		Act, R.S.C., 1985, c. I-3

DESCRIPTION: The Importation of Intoxicating
Liquors Act gives each provincial
government an import monopoly on any
intoxicating liquors entering its
territory.

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				  ANNEX V
			    Schedule of Canada



SECTOR: Transportation

SUB-SECTOR: Land Transportation

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: SIC 457 Public Passenger Transit  Systems

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal (administration delegated to provinces)

LEGAL CITATION: National Transportation Act, 1987, R.S.C., 1985, c. 28
		(3rd Supp.)

DESCRIPTION: Provincial transport boards have been
delegated the authority to permit
persons to provide extra-provincial
(inter-provincial and cross-border)
bus services in their respective
provinces on the same basis as local
bus services.  All provinces, except
New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island
and Yukon, permit the provision of
local and extra-provincial bus
services on the basis of a public
convenience and necessity test.



				  ANNEX V
			    Schedule of Mexico



SECTOR: Communications

SUB-SECTOR: Telecommunications

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: CMAP 720006 Other Telecommunications
			 Services (Limited to Private Networks)

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Ley de V¡as Generales de Comunicaci¢n
(General Means of Communication Law),
Libro Primero, Cap¡tulo III
(Concesiones, Permisos y Contratos)

Reglamento de Telecomunicaciones
(Telecommunications Regulations),
Cap¡tulo 2 Cap¡tulo 4 (Permisos)

DESCRIPTION: Cross-Border Services

Resale of circuit capacity of a
private network may not exceed 30
percent of such capacity.

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				  ANNEX V
			    Schedule of Mexico



SECTOR: Private Educational Services

SUB-SECTOR:

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: CMAP 921101 Preschool Private
			 Educational Services

			 CMAP 921102 Primary School Private
			 Educational Services

			 CMAP 921103 Secondary School Private
			 Educational Services

			 CMAP 921104 Middle High (Preparatory)
			 School Private Educational Services

			 CMAP 921105 Higher Private Educational
			 Services

			 CMAP 921106 Private Educational
			 Services that Combine Preschool,
			 Primary, Secondary, Middle High and
			 Higher School Instruction

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal and State

LEGAL CITATION: Constituci¢n Pol¡tica de los Estados
Unidos Mexicanos (United Mexican
States Political Constitution)T¡tulo
Primero, Cap¡tulo I

Ley Federal de Educaci¢n (Federal
Education Law) Cap¡tulos I, II, III y
IV

Ley para la Coordinaci¢n de la
Educaci¢n Superior (Higher Education
Coordination Law)  Cap¡tulos I y II

Ley Reglamentaria del Art¡culo 5
Constitucional relativo al ejercicio
de las profesiones en el Distrito
Federal, (Regulatory Law of Article 5
of the United Mexican States Political
Constitution in relation to
Professional Services) Article 1,
related articles and its Regulation
Art. 12, Cap¡tulos I y III, Secciones
I y III

Reglamento de la Ley Reglamentaria del
Art¡culo 5 Constitucional relativo al
ejercicio de las profesiones en el
Distrito Federal, (Regulation of the
Regulatory Law of Article 5 of the
United Mexican States Political
Constitution in relation to
Professional Services) Cap¡tulo V

DESCRIPTION: Cross-Border Services and Investment

For the provision of primary,
secondary, normal and workers or
peasants educational services, prior
and express authorization granted by
the Secretar¡a de Educaci¢n P£blica or
corresponding state authorities is
required. Such authorization is
granted on a case-by-case basis in
accordance with public convenience and
necessity.

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				  ANNEX V
			    Schedule of Mexico



SECTOR: Transportation

SUBÄSECTOR: Land Transportation

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: CMAP 973103 Vehicle Parking services)
			 Services (Parking and garage

			 CMAP 973104 Weight Scale Services for
			 Transportation.

			 CMAP 973105 Towing Services for
			 Vehicles.

			 CMAP 973106 Other Services Related to
			 Land Transportation not mentioned in
			 sections 9731, 7112 and 7113 of the
			 CMAP

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal and State

LEGAL CITATION: Ley de V¡as Generales de
Comunicaci¢n (General Means of
Communication Law)

State laws [to be provided]

DESCRIPTION: A permit issued by the Secretar¡a de
Comunicaciones y Transportes is
required to provide services related
to land transportation. In some states
such permits are granted on a basis of
the public convenience and necessity.
Annex VI Schedule of United States


SECTOR: Communications

SUB-SECTOR: Broadcasting

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: CPC 7524 Program Transmission Services

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Communications Act of 1934, as amended,
		Sections 309, 325, 47 U.S.C. 309, 325 (1988)

DESCRIPTION: The United States will ensure that in
considering applications for a grant
of authority to transmit programming
to foreign stations for retransmission
into the United States under Section
325 of the Communications Act of 1934
(the Act), the Federal Communications
Commission (FCC) will not consider the
nationality of the affected stations
for the purpose of favoring a U.S.
station that is competing with a
Mexican station for affiliation with a
U.S. programmer. Rather the FCC will
apply the criteria for the grant of
such permit in the same manner as
would be applied to a domestic
broadcast station application under
Section 309 of the Act.

In addition, the term of the Section
325 permit shall be extended from one
year to five years in all situations
where it can be assured that the
retransmitting station is and will be
in full compliance with applicable
treaties. In assessing the public
interest, convenience, and necessity
required by the Act for the grant of
authorization under Section 325, the
primary criterion will be avoiding the
creation or maintenance of electrical
interference to U.S. broadcast
stations that violates applicable
treaty provisions. In evaluating this
and any other criteria permitted under
Section 309, the U.S. will ensure that
the Section 325 process shall not be
conducted in a manner that would
constitute an unnecessary restriction
on trade.

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				 ANNEX VI
		       Schedule of the United States


SECTOR: Professional Services

SUB-SECTOR: Attorneys

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: SIC 8111  Legal Services

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: State

LEGAL CITATION: [to be provided]

DESCRIPTION: Lawyers authorized to practice in Mexico or Canada and law
	     firms headquartered in Mexico or Canada will be permitted to
	     provide foreign legal consultancy services, and to establish
	     for that purpose, in Alaska, California, Connecticut, District of
	     Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Michigan, New Jersey,
	     New York, Ohio, Oregon, Texas, and Washington, or in any other
	     state that so permits by the date of entry into force of this
	     agreement.



				 ANNEX VI
			    Schedule of Canada



SECTOR: Professional Services

SUB-SECTOR: Lawyers

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: SIC [To be provided]

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Provincial

LEGAL CITATION: [To be provided]

DESCRIPTION: Lawyers authorized to practise in
Mexico or the United States and law
firms headquartered in Mexico or the
United States will be permitted to
provide foreign legal consultancy
services and to establish for that
purpose, in British Columbia, Ontario,
and Saskatchewan, and in any other
province that so permits by the date
of entry into force of this Agreement.



				 ANNEX VI
			    Schedule of Mexico


SECTOR: Communications

SUB-SECTOR: Entertainment Services (Cinema)

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: CMAP 941102 Private Services of
			 Distribution and Films Rental

LEGAL CITATION: Ley de la Industria Cinematogr fica
(Motion Picture Industry Law)

Reglamento de la Ley de la Industria
Cinematogr fica. (Regulations of the
Motion Picture Industry Law)

DESCRIPTION: Cross-Border Services

A distributor of films produced
outside of Mexico is required to
provide to the Cineteca Nacional no
more than one copy of two film titles
of each five film titles imported by
such distributor into Mexico.

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				 ANNEX VI
			    Schedule of Mexico



SECTOR: Professional, Technical and Specialized Services and Services
	Provided by Natural Persons

SUB-SECTOR: Professional Services

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: CMAP 951002 Legal Services and Foreign
			 Legal Consultants

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal and State

LEGAL CITATION: [to be provided]

DESCRIPTION: 1.  Mexico will ensure that:

(a)  a lawyer authorized to practice
  in a province of Canada or a
  state of the United States of
  America who seeks to practice as
  a foreign legal consultant in
  Mexico shall be granted a license
  to do so if lawyers licensed in
  Mexico are accorded equivalent
  treatment in such province or
  state; and

(b)  a law firm headquartered in a
  province of Canada or a state of
  the United States of America that
  seeks to establish in Mexico to
  provide legal services through
  licensed foreign legal
  consultants shall be authorized
  to do so if law firms
  headquartered in Mexico are
  accorded equivalent treatment in
  such province or state.

2.     Mexico will, pursuant to
paragraph 1(a), deny benefits to
foreign lawyers employed by or
associated with foreign legal
consultancy firms established in
Mexico, pursuant to paragraph 1(b), if
such lawyers are not authorized to
practice in a province of Canada or a
state of the United States of America
that authorizes lawyers licensed in
Mexico to practice as foreign legal
consultants in its territory.

3.	Subject to paragraphs 1 and 2,
Mexico will adopt rules and procedures
regarding the practice of foreign
legal consultants in Mexico, including
matters related to association and
hiring of lawyers licensed in Mexico.


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				 ANNEX VI
			    Schedule of Mexico



SECTOR: Transportation

SUBSECTOR: Land Transportation

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: CMAP 711201 Road Transport
			 Services for Construction Materials

			 CMAP 711202 Road Transport Moving
			 Services

			 CMAP 711203 Other Services of
			 Specialized Cargo Transportation

			 CMAP 711204 General Trucking Services

			 CMAP 711311 Inter-City Busing Services

			 CMAP 711318 School and Tourist
			 Transportation Services (limited to
			 Tourist Transportation Services)

LEGAL CITATION: Federal regulations will be
established in relation to leasing and
rental operations.

DESCRIPTION: An enterprise authorized in Mexico to
provide bus or truck transportation
services may use equipment of its own,
leased vehicles with option to
purchase (financial leasing), leased
vehicles (operational leasing), or
short-term rental vehicles.
ANNEX VII PART A Schedule of the United States


SECTOR: Financial Services

SUB-SECTOR: Banking

TYPE OF RESERVATION: Article 1409 (Staffing)

MEASURE: U.S. citizenship requirements for chief executive officers of
	 national banks not affiliated or owned by foreign banks

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: The National Bank Act, 12 U.S.C.  72.

DESCRIPTION: All directors of a national bank must
be citizens of the United States.
Because it is also required that chief
executive officers of all national
banks be directors, a chief executive
officer of a national bank must be a
citizen of the United States.  An
exception from these requirements
exists for national banks affiliated
or owned by foreign banks.  Such banks
are only required to have citizens
constitute a simple majority of the
directors and need not employ citizens
as chief executive officers.

DURATION: Indeterminate

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				 ANNEX VII
				  PART A
		       Schedule of the United States


SECTOR: Financial Services

SUB-SECTOR: Banking

TYPE OF RESERVATION: Article 1409 (Staffing)

MEASURE: Residency requirements on boards of directors of national banks

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: The National Bank Act, 12 U.S.C.  72.

DESCRIPTION: Two-thirds of the directors of a
national bank must have (i) resided
for one year prior to their election,
and (ii) continue to reside, in the
state in which the bank is located or
within 100 miles of the national bank.

DURATION: Indeterminate

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				 ANNEX VII
				  PART A
		       Schedule of the United States


SECTOR: Financial Services

SUB-SECTOR: Banking

TYPE OF RESERVATION: Article 1407 (National Treatment)

MEASURE: Limitations on acquisition of interests in banks on an interstate
	 basis

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Bank Holding Company Act of 1956, as amended,
		12 U.S.C.  1842(d); International Banking Act of 1978, as
		amended, 12 U.S.C.  3103(a)(5).

DESCRIPTION: Federal authorities may not approve
the establishment of, or acquisition
of an interest in, a bank subsidiary
within a state ("the host state") by a
foreign bank that has a full-service
branch or bank subsidiary in the
United States, unless the measures of
the host state expressly permit the
transaction.  Thus, foreign banks may
not acquire interests in banks in some
states on the same basis as domestic
bank holding companies from the
foreign bank's home state.  For
purposes of determining national
treatment under paragraph 6(b) of
Article 1407, foreign banks are
located in their "home state," as that
term is used in the International
Banking Act of 1978.

The following types of measures, inter
alia, fall into this category:

     (a) Foreign banks are expressly
 excluded from the authority
 to own banks in certain
 regional holding company
 laws.

     (b) Foreign banks
 are implicitly excluded through a
definition of eligible owner
in certain state laws that
requires a majority of the
parent bank's deposits to be
in the United States, in a
particular region of the
United States, or in a
particular state.

     (c) Foreign banks
 that do not already own a
 banking subsidiary in
 the United States are
 interpreted as not qualifying
 as an eligible "bank holding
 company" entitled to own
 a bank.

DURATION:Indeterminate

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				  ANNEX VII
				  PART A
		       Schedule of the United States


SECTOR: Financial Services

SUB-SECTOR: Banking

TYPE OF RESERVATION: Article 1407 (National Treatment)

MEASURE: Limitations on ownership of corporations organized under
	 section 25A of the Federal Reserve Act ("Edge corporations")

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Federal Reserve Act, 12 U.S.C.  619.

DESCRIPTION: Edge corporations (specialized
international banking companies
chartered under Federal law) may be
owned by domestically-owned banks and
bank holding companies, and by
domestic non-bank companies willing to
restrict their business activities to
those closely related to banking.
Foreign ownership of Edge corporations
is limited to foreign banks and U.S.
subsidiaries of foreign banks.	Other
foreign persons may neither directly
nor indirectly own Edge corporations.

DURATION: Indeterminate

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				 ANNEX VII
				  PART A
		       Schedule of the United States


SECTOR: Financial Services

SUB-SECTOR: Banking

TYPE OF RESERVATION: Article 1407 (National Treatment)

MEASURE: Exemption from limitations for federal- and state-owned companies
	 that own banks

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Bank Holding Company Act of 1956, as amended,
		12 U.S.C.  1841(b)

DESCRIPTION: The Bank Holding Company Act does not apply to companies that
	     are majority-owned by the Federal and state governments,
	     whereas companies owned by foreign governments are not
	     excepted.

DURATION: Indeterminate

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				 ANNEX VII
				  PART A
		       Schedule of the United States


SECTOR: Financial Services

SUB-SECTOR: Banking

TYPE OF RESERVATION: Article 1407 (National Treatment)

MEASURE: Limitations on the ability of foreign banks to accept certain
types of deposits through any form other than an insured banking subsidiary

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: International Banking Act of 1978,
		12 U.S.C. 3104 (as amended by The
		Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Improvement Act of 1991,
		Pub.L. 102-242, Title II,  214(a)).

DESCRIPTION: After December 19, 1991, in order to accept or maintain deposit
accounts having balances of less than $100,000, a foreign bank must establish
an insured banking subsidiary.	As a result, foreign bank branches are
prohibited from taking insured deposits unless engaged in that
activity on December 19, 1991.

DURATION: Indeterminate

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				 ANNEX VII
				  PART A
		       Schedule of the United States


SECTOR: Financial Services

SUB-SECTOR: Banking

TYPE OF RESERVATION: Article 1407 (National Treatment)

MEASURE: Limitations on membership in the Federal Reserve System

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Federal Reserve Act, 12 U.S.C.  321, 221, 302;
		International Banking Act of 1978, 12 U.S.C.  3106(d).

DESCRIPTION: Foreign banks with branches and agencies in the United States
may not be members of the Federal Reserve System, and may thus not vote for
directors of a Federal Reserve Bank.

DURATION: Indeterminate

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				 ANNEX VII
				  PART A
		       Schedule of the United States


SECTOR: Financial Services

SUB-SECTOR: Banking and Securities

TYPE OF RESERVATION: Articles 1407 and 1408 (National Treatment,
		     Most-Favored-Nation Treatment)

MEASURE: Limitation on designation of foreign firms as primary dealers in U.S.
	 government securities

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: The Primary Dealers Act of 1988, 22 U.S.C.  5341-5342.

DESCRIPTION: The Primary Dealers Act of 1988 prohibits a foreign firm to be
designated as a primary dealer in U.S. government debt obligations unless the
home country of the foreign firm accords to U.S. firms the same
competitive opportunities as are accorded to domestic firms in the
underwriting and distribution of government debt instruments in the
firm's home country.

DURATION: Indeterminate

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				 ANNEX VII
				  PART A
		       Schedule of the United States


SECTOR: Financial Services

SUB-SECTOR: Banking and Securities

TYPE OF RESERVATION: Articles 1407, 1408 and 1409 (National Treatment,
		     MFN Treatment, Staffing)

MEASURE: Eligibility of foreign trust indentures

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Trust Indenture Act of 1939, 15 U.S.C.
		 77jjj(a)(1) and rules thereunder.

DESCRIPTION: Under the Trust Indenture Act of 1939, foreign firms located
outside the United States may be prohibited from acting as sole trustees
under an indenture for debt securities sold in the United States if U.S.
institutional trustees cannot act as sole trustee for securities sold in
the foreign country.

DURATION: Indeterminate

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				 ANNEX VII
				  PART A
		       Schedule of the United States


SECTOR: Financial Services

SUB-SECTOR: Banking and Securities

TYPE OF RESERVATION: Article 1409 (MFN Treatment)

MEASURE: Special reserve bank account

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Rule 15c3-3 of the Securities Exchange
		Act of 1934, 17 C.F.R.  240.15c3-3.

DESCRIPTION: Broker-dealers that maintain their
principal place of business in Canada may maintain their reserve requirement
at a Canadian bank subject to supervision by an authority of Canada;
however, other foreign broker-dealers not in the U.S. or Canada must
maintain reserves in the U.S.

DURATION: Indeterminate

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				 ANNEX VII
				  PART A
		       Schedule of the United States


SECTOR: Financial Services

SUB-SECTOR: Commodity Futures and Options

TYPE OF RESERVATION: Articles 1405 and 1406 (Cross-Border Trade,
		     New Financial Services)

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Commodity Exchange Act, 7 U.S.C.  2.

DESCRIPTION: Federal law prohibits the offer or
sale of futures contracts on onions, options contracts on onions and
options on futures contracts on onions in the United States and services
related thereto.

DURATION: Indeterminate

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				 ANNEX VII
				  PART A
		       Schedule of the United States


SECTOR: Financial Services

SUB-SECTOR: Insurance

TYPE OF RESERVATION: Article 1407 (National Treatment)

MEASURE:

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: 31 U.S.C.  9304

DESCRIPTION: Branches of foreign insurance
companies are not permitted to provide surety bonds for U.S. Government
contracts.

DURATION: Indeterminate

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				 ANNEX VII
				  PART A
		       Schedule of the United States


SECTOR: Financial Services

SUB-SECTOR: Banking and Securities

TYPE OF RESERVATION: Article 1407 (National Treatment)

MEASURE: Differential treatment of foreign and domestic banks under the
	 federal securities laws

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Investment Advisors Act of 1940, 15 U.S.C.  80b-2 and
		 80b-3 and the rules thereunder.

DESCRIPTION: Foreign banks may be required to
register as investment advisers under the Investment Advisors Act of 1940 to
engage in securities advisory services in the United States, while domestic
banks are exempt from registration.

DURATION: Indeterminate

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				 ANNEX VII
				  PART A
		       Schedule of the United States


SECTOR: Financial Services

SUB-SECTOR: Securities

TYPE OF RESERVATION: Article 1407 (National Treatment)

MEASURE: Application of the disclosure
	 provisions of the federal securities laws to the U.S. government,
	 government-owned enterprises, and state and local governments.

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Securities Exchange Act of 1934, 15
		U.S.C.  78c(a)(12)(A)(i),
		78c(a)(12)(A)(ii) and the rules
		thereunder; Securities Act of 1933, 15
		U.S.C.  77c(a)(2) and the rules
		thereunder.

DESCRIPTION: U.S. federal, state and local
government securities are exempt from the registration and disclosure
provisions of the federal securities laws.

DURATION: Indeterminate

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				 ANNEX VII
				  PART A
		       Schedule of the United States


SECTOR: Financial Services

SUB-SECTOR: Securities TYPE OF RESERVATION: Article 1407 (National Treatment)

MEASURE: Application of the federal securities laws to the U.S. government,
	 government owned enterprises, and state and local governments

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Investment Company Act of 1940, 15
		U.S.C.  80a-2(b), and the rules
		thereunder; Investment Advisers Act of
		1940, 15 U.S.C.  80-2(b), and the
		rules thereunder.

DESCRIPTION: The Investment Company Act of 1940 and
the Investment Advisers Act of 1940 do not apply to investment companies and
investment advisers, respectively, that are owned by the federal, state
and local governments, whereas investment companies and investment
advisers owned by foreign governments are not excepted.

DURATION: Indeterminate

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				 ANNEX VII
				  PART A
		       Schedule of the United States

SECTOR: Financial Services

SUB-SECTOR: Banking and Securities

TYPE OF RESERVATION: Article 1407 (National Treatment)

MEASURE: Application of the federal securities laws to the U.S. government,
	 government-owned enterprises, and state and local governments.

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Securities Exchange Act of 1934, 15
		U.S.C.  78c(a)(43)(A), 78c(a)(44)(A)
		and 78c(d) the rules thereunder.

DESCRIPTION: No provision of the Exchange Act
applies to the U.S. government.  Thus, U.S.-owned exchanges, clearing
agencies, brokers, dealers, and banks are not regulated under the Exchange
Act.  In addition, U.S. government enterprises are exempt from government
securities broker and dealer registration and regulation.  State
and local government officials are also exempted from the registration as
brokers, dealers, and municipal securities dealers.

DURATION: Indeterminate

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				 ANNEX VII
				  PART A
		       Schedule of the United States


SECTOR: Financial Services

SUB-SECTOR:

TYPE OF RESERVATION: Article 1407 (National Treatment)

MEASURE:

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION:

DESCRIPTION: Foreign government owned firms are not
entitled to extend credit backed by the guarantees of the Commodity Credit
Corporation.

DURATION: Indeterminate

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				 ANNEX VII
				  PART A
		       Schedule of the United States

     The United States shall set out any existing non-conforming
measures maintained by California, Florida, Illinois, New York,
Ohio, and Texas by the date of entry into force of this
Agreement.  Existing non-conforming state measures of all other
states shall be set out  by January 1, 1995.

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				 ANNEX VII
				  PART B
		       Schedule of the United States

     The United States reserves the right to derogate from
Articles 1405(1) and 1408 for the securities sector with respect
to Canada.  With respect to these Articles, the United States may
adopt or maintain measures affecting cross-border trade in
securities services that are more restrictive than measures
existing on the date of entry into force of this Agreement.

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				 ANNEX VII
				  PART C
		       Schedule of the United States

     The United States commits to permit an eligible grupo
financiero that, in formation of the grupo in Mexico before the
entry into force of this Agreement, lawfully acquires an eligible
Mexican bank and a Mexican securities firm which owns or controls
a securities company in the United States, to continue to engage
through that U.S. securities company in the activities in which
that securities company was engaged on the date of acquisition by
the grupo for a time period of five years from the date of such
acquisition.  The U.S. securities firm:   (i) shall not be
permitted to expand through acquisition in the United States
during such period; and (ii) shall be subject to measures
consistent with national treatment that restrict transactions
between the firms and their affiliates.  For purposes of this
paragraph: an "eligible grupo financiero" is a Mexican financial
group that has not previously benefitted from this commitment;
and an "eligible Mexican bank" means any Mexican instituci¢n de
cr‚dito that owned or controlled a subsidiary bank, or operated a
branch or agency, in the United States on January 1, 1992.

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				 ANNEX VII
				  PART D
		      Schedule of the United States

     For the purposes of Article 1413(2), the United States
designates the Department of the Treasury as its governmental
agency responsible for banking and other financial services, and
the United States Department of Commerce for insurance services.



				 ANNEX VII

				  PART A

			    Schedule of Canada


SECTOR: Financial Services

SUB-SECTOR: Insurance

TYPE OF RESERVATION: Article 1404 (Cross-Border Trade)

MEASURE: Limitation on purchase of reinsurance
	 from non-resident reinsurers

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: The Insurance Companies Act; S.C. 1991, c.47;
		Reinsurance (Canadian Companies)
		Regulations; SOR/92-298; Reinsurance
		(Foreign Companies) Regulations; SOR/92-596.

DESCRIPTION: The purchase of reinsurance services by a
Canadian insurer, other than a life insurer or a reinsurer, from a non-
resident reinsurer is limited to no more than 25 percent of the risks
undertaken by the insurer purchasing the reinsurance.

DURATION: Indeterminate

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				 ANNEX VII

				  PART A

			    Schedule of Canada


     Canada shall set out any existing non-conforming measure
maintained at the provincial level by the date of entry into force
of this Agreement.

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				 ANNEX VII


				  PART B


			    Schedule of Canada


     Canada reserves the right to derogate from Article 1405(1) for
the securities sector.	With respect to this Article, Canada
reserves the right to adopt and maintain new measures affecting
cross-border trade in securities services that are more restrictive
than such measures existing on the entry into force of this
Agreement.

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				 ANNEX VII


				  PART C

			    Schedule of Canada



     For the purposes of restrictions that limit foreign ownership
of Canadian-controlled financial institutions and for the purposes
of limitations on total domestic assets of foreign bank
subsidiaries in Canada, Canada commits to give to Mexico the same
treatment that Canada gives under the Bank Act, the Insurance
Companies Act (Canada), the Trust and Loan Companies Act (Canada),
and the Investment Companies Act, to United States residents and to
institutions controlled by United States residents.

     Canada commits to exempt foreign bank subsidiaries in Canada
controlled by Mexican residents from the requirement to obtain
approval of the Minister of Finance prior to opening branches
within Canada in the same manner as it exempts foreign bank
subsidiaries in Canada controlled by United States residents.

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				 ANNEX VII


				  PART D

			    Schedule of Canada



     For the purposes of Article 1413(2), Canada designates the
Department of Finance of Canada as its governmental agency
responsible for financial services.

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				 ANNEX VII


				  PART E

			    Schedule of Canada



     For the purposes of restrictions that limit foreign ownership
of Canadian-controlled financial institutions and for the purposes
of restrictions on total domestic assets of foreign bank
subsidiaries in Canada, an enterprise of another Party, to be
considered an enterprise of such other Party must meet the terms
and conditions of being controlled by one or more residents of the
other Party.  For these purposes:

     (a) an enterprise controlled by one or more residents of
 another Party means controlled, directly or indirectly by
 such residents;

     (b) an enterprise that is a body corporate is controlled by
 one or more persons if

     (i) securities of the enterprise to which are attached
 more than fifty percent of the votes that may be
 cast to elect directors of the enterprise are
 beneficially owned by the person or persons and the
 votes attached to those shares are sufficient, if
 exercised, to elect a majority of the directors of
 the enterprise, and

     (ii) the person or persons has or have, directly or
 indirectly, control in fact of the enterprise,

     (c) an enterprise that is an unincorporated entity is
 controlled by one or more persons if

     (i) more than fifty percent of ownership interests,
 however designated, into which the enterprise is
 divided is beneficially owned by the person or
 persons and the person or persons are able to
 direct the business and affairs of the enterprise,
 and

     (ii) the person or persons has or have, directly or
 indirectly, control in fact of the enterprise,

     (d) a limited partnership is controlled by the general partner;

     (e) ordinarily resident in a country generally means
 sojourning in that country for a period of, or periods
 the aggregate of which is, 183 days or more during the
 relevant year; and

     (f) a person ordinarily resident in another Party means;

     (i) in the case of an enterprise, an enterprise legally
 constituted or organized under the laws of that
 Party and controlled, directly or indirectly, by
 one or more individuals of that Party described in
 clause (ii), and

     (ii) in the case of an individual, an individual who is
 ordinarily resident in the territory of that Party.



				 ANNEX VII

				  PART A

			    Schedule of Mexico


SECTOR:  Financial Services

SUB-SECTOR: Financial Holding Companies

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: Not applicable

TYPE OF RESERVATION: Articles 1404, 1407 (Establishment, National Treatment)

MEASURE: Aggregate limits on foreign ownership

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Ley para Regular las Agrupaciones Financieras (Law Regulating
		Financial Groups), Art. 18

DESCRIPTION: Aggregate foreign investments in
financial holding companies are limited to 30% of common stock capital
(capital ordinario).  These limits do not apply to financial holding
companies established pursuant to Parts B and C of the Schedule of
Mexico.

DURATION: Indeterminate
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				 ANNEX VII

				  PART A

			    Schedule of Mexico


SECTOR: Financial Services

SUB-SECTOR: Commercial Banks (Instituciones de Cr‚dito)

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: 811030

TYPE OF RESERVATION: Articles 1404, 1407 (Establishment, National Treatment)

MEASURE: Aggregate limits on foreign ownership

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Ley de Instituciones de Cr‚dito (Law of the Credit
		Institutions), Arts. 11 y 15

DESCRIPTION: Aggregate foreign investments in
commercial banks are limited to 30% of common stock capital (capital
ordinario).  These limits do not apply to Foreign Financial Affiliates
established pursuant to Part B of the Schedule of Mexico.

DURATION: Indeterminate
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				 ANNEX VII

				  PART A

			    Schedule of Mexico


SECTOR: Financial Services

SUB-SECTOR: Securities Firms (Casas de Bolsa)

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: 812001

TYPE OF RESERVATION: Articles 1404, 1407 (Establishment, National Treatment)

MEASURE: Limitations on foreign ownership

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Ley del Mercado de Valores (Law of the Stock Market),
		Art. 17-II

DESCRIPTION: Aggregate foreign investments in
securities firms are limited to 30% of capital (capital social) and
individual foreign investments are limited to 10% of capital, while
individual investments by Mexicans may, with approval from the Ministry
of Finance and Public Credit, rise to 15% of capital.  These limits do not
apply to Foreign Financial Affiliates established pursuant to Part B of the
Schedule of Mexico.

DURATION: Indeterminate
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				 ANNEX VII

				  PART A

			    Schedule of Mexico


SECTOR: Financial Services

SUB-SECTOR: Securities Specialists (Especialistas Burs tiles)

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: 812001

TYPE OF RESERVATION: Articles 1404, 1407 (Establishment, National Treatment)

MEASURE: Limitations on foreign ownership

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Ley del Mercado de Valores (Law of the Stock Market),
		Art. 17-II

DESCRIPTION: Aggregate foreign investments in
securities specialists are limited to 30% of capital (capital social) and
individual foreign investments are limited to 10% of capital, while
individual investments by Mexicans may, with approval from the Ministry
of Finance and Public Credit, rise to 15% of capital.  These limits do not
apply to Foreign Financial Affiliates established pursuant to Part B of the
Schedule of Mexico.

DURATION: Indeterminate
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				 ANNEX VII

				  PART A

			    Schedule of Mexico

SECTOR: Financial Services

SUB-SECTOR: General Deposit Warehouses (Almacenes Generales de Dep¢sito)

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: 811042

TYPE OF RESERVATION: Articles 1404, 1407 (Establishment, National Treatment)

MEASURE: Aggregate limits on foreign ownership

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Ley General de Organizaciones y Actividades Auxiliares del
		Cr‚dito (General Law of Auxiliary Credit Organizations and
		Activities), Art. 8-III-1

DESCRIPTION: Foreign participation must be less
than 50% of paid-in capital (capital pagado).  These limits do not apply to
Foreign Financial Affiliates  established pursuant to Part B of the
Schedule of Mexico.

DURATION: Indeterminate
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				 ANNEX VII

				  PART A

			    Schedule of Mexico


SECTOR: Financial Services

SUB-SECTOR: Financial Leasing Companies (Arrendadoras Financieras)

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: 811043

TYPE OF RESERVATION: Articles 1404, 1407 (Establishment, National Treatment)

MEASURE: Aggregate limits on foreign ownership

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Ley General de Organizaciones y Actividades Auxiliares del
		Cr‚dito (General Law of Auxiliary Credit Organizations and
		Activities), Art. 8-III-1

DESCRIPTION: Foreign participation must be less
than 50% of paid-in capital (capital pagado).  These limits do not apply to
Foreign Financial Affiliates established pursuant to Part B of the
Schedule of Mexico.
DURATION: Indeterminate
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				 ANNEX VII

				  PART A

			    Schedule of Mexico


SECTOR: Financial Services

SUB-SECTOR: Financial Factoring Companies (Empresas de Factoraje Financiero)

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: Not applicable

TYPE OF RESERVATION: Articles 1404, 1407 (Establishment, National Treatment)

MEASURE: Aggregate limits on foreign ownership

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Ley General de Organizaciones y Actividades Auxiliares del
		Cr‚dito (General Law of Auxiliary Credit Organizations and
		Activities), Art. 8-III-1

DESCRIPTION: Foreign participation must be less
than 50% of paid-in capital (capital pagado).  These limits do not apply to
Foreign Financial Affiliates established pursuant to Part B of the
Schedule of Mexico.

DURATION: Indeterminate
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				 ANNEX VII

				  PART A

			    Schedule of Mexico


SECTOR: Financial Services

SUB-SECTOR: Credit Unions (Uniones de Cr‚dito)

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: 811041

TYPE OF RESERVATION: Articles 1404, 1407 (Establishment, National Treatment)

MEASURE: Limitation on foreign ownership

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Ley General de Organizaciones y Actividades Auxiliares del
		Cr‚dito (General Law of Auxiliary Credit Organizations and
		Activities), Art. 8-III-1

DESCRIPTION: Foreign capital investment in these
entities is prohibited.  This limitation does not apply to Foreign
Financial Affiliates established pursuant to Part B of the Schedule of
Mexico.

DURATION: Indeterminate
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				 ANNEX VII

				  PART A

			    Schedule of Mexico


SECTOR: Financial Services

SUB-SECTOR: Foreign Exchange Firms (Casas de Cambio)

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: 811044

TYPE OF RESERVATION: Articles 1404, 1407 (Establishment, National Treatment)

MEASURE: Limitation on foreign ownership

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Ley General de Organizaciones y Actividades Auxiliares del
		Cr‚dito (General Law of Auxiliary Credit Organizations and
		Activities), Art. 82-III

DESCRIPTION: Foreign investors may not participate
in the capital of these entities. This limitation does not apply to
Foreign Financial Affiliates established pursuant to Part B of the
Schedule of Mexico.

DURATION: Indeterminate

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				 ANNEX VII

				  PART A

			    Schedule of Mexico


SECTOR: Financial Services

SUB-SECTOR: Financial Agents (Comisionistas Financieros)

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: 811045

TYPE OF RESERVATION: Articles 1404, 1407 (Establishment, National Treatment)

MEASURE: Limitation on foreign ownership

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Ley de Instituciones de Cr‚dito (Law of Credit Institutions),
		Art. 92 Reglas de SHCP (Regulations of the Ministry of Finance
		and Public Credit)

DESCRIPTION: Foreign investors may not participate
in the capital of these entities. This limitation does not apply to
Foreign Financial Affiliates established pursuant to Part B of the
Schedule of Mexico.

DURATION: Indeterminate

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				 ANNEX VII

				  PART A

			    Schedule of Mexico


SECTOR: Financial Services

SUB-SECTOR: Bonding Companies (Instituciones de Fianzas)

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: 813001

TYPE OF RESERVATION: Articles 1404, 1407 (Establishment, National Treatment)

MEASURE: Aggregate limits on foreign ownership

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Ley Federal de Instituciones de Fianzas (Federal Law of
		Bonding Companies), Art. 15-XIII

DESCRIPTION: Foreign participation must be less
than 50% of paid-in capital (capital pagado).  These limits do not apply to
Foreign Financial Affiliates established pursuant to Part B of the
Schedule of Mexico.

DURATION: Indeterminate

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				 ANNEX VII


				  PART A

			    Schedule of Mexico


SECTOR: Financial Services

SUB-SECTOR: Insurance Companies (Instituciones de Seguros)

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: 813002

TYPE OF RESERVATION: Articles 1404, 1407 (Establishment, National Treatment)

MEASURE: Aggregate limits on foreign ownership

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Ley General de Instituciones y Sociedades Mutualistas de
		Seguros (General Law on Insurance Institutions and Mutual
		Societies), Art. 29-I

DESCRIPTION: Foreign participation must be less
than 50% of paid-in capital (capital pagado).  These limits do not apply to
Foreign Financial Affiliates established pursuant to Part B of the
Schedule of Mexico.

DURATION: Indeterminate

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				 ANNEX VII

				  PART A

			    Schedule of Mexico


SECTOR: Financial Services

SUB-SECTOR: Financial Holding Companies

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: Not applicable

TYPE OF RESERVATION: Limitation on foreign ownership

MEASURE: Articles 1404, 1407 (Establishment, National Treatment)

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Ley para Regular las Agrupaciones Financieras (Law Regulating
		Financial Groups), Art. 18

DESCRIPTION: Foreign governments and foreign state
enterprises or their investments may not invest, directly or indirectly, in
a financial holding company.

DURATION: Indeterminate

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				 ANNEX VII

				  PART A

			    Schedule of Mexico


SECTOR: Financial Services

SUB-SECTOR: Commercial Banks (Instituciones de Cr‚dito)

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: 811030

TYPE OF RESERVATION: Articles 1404, 1407 (Establishment, National Treatment)

MEASURE: Limitation on foreign ownership

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Ley de Instituciones de Cr‚dito (Law of Credit Institutions),
		Art. 15

DESCRIPTION: Foreign entities that exercise
governmental functions may not invest, directly or indirectly, in a
commercial bank.

DURATION: Indeterminate

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				 ANNEX VII

				  PART A

			    Schedule of Mexico


SECTOR: Financial Services

SUB-SECTOR: Securities Firms (Casas de Bolsa)

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: 812001

TYPE OF RESERVATION: Articles 1404, 1407 (Establishment, National Treatment)

MEASURE: Limitation on foreign ownership

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Ley del Mercado de Valores (Law of the Stock Market),
		Art. 17-II-b

DESCRIPTION: Foreign governments and foreign state
enterprises or their investments may not invest, directly or indirectly, in
a securities firm.

DURATION: Indeterminate

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				 ANNEX VII

				  PART A

			    Schedule of Mexico


SECTOR: Financial Services

SUB-SECTOR: Securities Specialists (Especialistas Burs tiles)

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: Not applicable

TYPE OF RESERVATION: Articles 1404, 1407 (Establishment, National Treatment)

MEASURE: Limitation on foreign ownership

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Ley del Mercado de Valores (Law of the Stock Market),
		Art. 17-II

DESCRIPTION: Foreign governments and foreign state
enterprises or their investments may not invest, directly or indirectly, in
a securities specialist.

DURATION: Indeterminate

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				 ANNEX VII

				  PART A

			    Schedule of Mexico


SECTOR: Financial Services

SUB-SECTOR: General Deposit Warehouses (Almacenes Generales de Dep¢sito)

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: 811042

TYPE OF RESERVATION: Articles 1404, 1407 (Establishment, National Treatment)

MEASURE: Limitation on foreign ownership

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Ley General de Organizaciones y Actividades Auxiliares del
		Cr‚dito (General Law of Auxiliary Credit Organizations and
		Activities), Art. 8-III-1

DESCRIPTION: Foreign governments and foreign state
enterprises or their investments may not invest, directly or indirectly, in
a general deposit warehouse.

DURATION: Indeterminate

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				 ANNEX VII

				  PART A

			    Schedule of Mexico


SECTOR: Financial Services

SUB-SECTOR: Financial Leasing Companies (Arrendadoras Financieras)

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: 811043

TYPE OF RESERVATION: Articles 1404, 1407 (Establishment, National Treatment)

MEASURE: Limitation on foreign ownership

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Ley General de Organizaciones y
		Actividades Auxiliares del Cr‚dito (General Law of Auxiliary
		Credit organizations and Activities), Art. 8-III-1

DESCRIPTION: Foreign governments and foreign state
enterprises or their investments may not invest, directly or indirectly, in
a financial leasing company.

DURATION: Indeterminate

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				 ANNEX VII

				  PART A

			    Schedule of Mexico


SECTOR: Financial Services

SUB-SECTOR: Financial Factoring Companies (Empresas de Factoraje Financiero)

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: Not applicable

TYPE OF RESERVATION: Articles 1404, 1407 (Establishment, National Treatment)

MEASURE: Limitation on foreign ownership

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Ley General de Organizaciones y
Actividades Auxiliares del Cr‚dito (General Law of Auxiliary Credit
Organizations and Activities), Art. 8-III-1

DESCRIPTION: Foreign governments and foreign state
enterprises or their investments may not invest, directly or indirectly, in
a financial factoring company.

DURATION: Indeterminate

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				 ANNEX VII

				  PART A

			    Schedule of Mexico


SECTOR: Financial Services

SUB-SECTOR: Savings and Loan Companies (Sociedades de  Ahorro y Pr‚stamo)

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: 811046

TYPE OF RESERVATION: Articles 1404, 1407 (Establishment, National Treatment)

MEASURE: Limitation on foreign ownership

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Ley General de Organizaciones y Actividades Auxiliares del
		Cr‚dito (General Law of Auxiliary Credit Organizations and
		Activities), Art. 38-G

DESCRIPTION: Foreign governments and foreign state
enterprises or their investments may
not invest, directly or indirectly, in
a savings and loan company.

DURATION: Indeterminate

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				 ANNEX VII

				  PART A

			    Schedule of Mexico


SECTOR: Financial Services

SUB-SECTOR: Managing Companies of Investment Companies (Sociedades Operadoras
	    de Sociedades de Inversi¢n)

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: 812003

TYPE OF RESERVATION: Articles 1404, 1407 (Establishment, National Treatment)

MEASURE: Limitation on foreign ownership

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Ley de Sociedades de Inversi¢n (Law of Investment Companies),
		Art. 29-VI

DESCRIPTION: Foreign governments and foreign state
enterprises or their investments may not invest, directly or indirectly, in
an operator of an investment company.

DURATION: Indeterminate

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				 ANNEX VII

				  PART A

			    Schedule of Mexico


SECTOR: Financial Services

SUB-SECTOR: Investment Companies (Sociedades de Inversi¢n)

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: 812002

TYPE OF RESERVATION: Articles 1404, 1407 (Establishment, National Treatment)

MEASURE: Limitation on foreign ownership

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Ley de Sociedades de Inversi¢n (Law of Investment Companies),
		Art. 9-III

DESCRIPTION: Foreign governments and foreign state
enterprises or their investments may not invest, directly or indirectly, in
an investment company.

DURATION: Indeterminate

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				 ANNEX VII

				  PART A

			    Schedule of Mexico


SECTOR: Financial Services

SUB-SECTOR: Bonding Companies (Instituciones de Fianzas)

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: 813001

TYPE OF RESERVATION: Articles 1404, 1407 (Establishment, National Treatment)

MEASURE: Limitation on foreign ownership

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Ley Federal de Instituciones de Fianzas (Federal Law of
		Bonding Companies), Art. 15 bis-IV-a

DESCRIPTION: Foreign governments and foreign state
enterprises or their investments may not invest, directly or indirectly, in
a bonding company.

DURATION: Indeterminate

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				 ANNEX VII

				  PART A

			    Schedule of Mexico


SECTOR: Financial Services

SUB-SECTOR: Insurance Companies (Instituciones de Seguros)

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: 813002

TYPE OF RESERVATION: Articles 1404, 1407 (Establishment, National Treatment)

MEASURE: Limitation on foreign ownership

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Ley General de Instituciones y Sociedades de Mutualistas de
		Seguros (General Law on Insurance Institutions and Mutual
		Societies), Art. 29-I

DESCRIPTION: Foreign governments and foreign state
enterprises or their investments may not invest, directly or indirectly, in
an insurance company.

DURATION: Indeterminate

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				 ANNEX VII

				  PART A

			    Schedule of Mexico


SECTOR: Financial Services

SUB-SECTOR: Insurance

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: 813002

TYPE OF RESERVATION: Article 1405 (Cross-Border Trade)

MEASURE: Restrictions on cross-border insurance

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Ley General de Instituciones y Sociedades Mutualistas de
		Seguros (General Law on Insurance Institutions and Mutual
		Societies), Art. 3§

DESCRIPTION: Mexico reserves its existing
prohibitions and restrictions on
cross-border trade in insurance
services, which do not now include
restrictions on the right of
individuals to purchase, by physical
mobility, life and health insurance.
Mexico is not reserving its present
restrictions with respect to the
ability of residents of Mexico to
purchase from non-resident insurance
companies of another Party, the
following types of insurance:

     (a) tourist insurance (including
 travel accident and motor
 vehicle insurance for non-
 resident tourists, but not
 insurance of risks of
 liability to third parties)
 for individuals, purchased
 without solicitation via
 physical mobility of such
 individuals;

     (b) cargo insurance to and from
 each Party purchased without
 solicitation for goods in
 international transit from
 point of origin to final
 destination and for the
 vehicle during the period of
 its use in transportation of
 such goods, provided such
 vehicle is licensed and
 registered outside Mexico
 (including vehicles in
 maritime shipping,
 commercial aviation, space
 launching and freight
 (including satellites)); and

     (c) intermediary services
 incidental to (a) and (b)
 without solicitation.

DURATION: For greater clarity, this reservation does not apply to reinsurance.

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				ANNEX VII

				  PART A

			    Schedule of Mexico


SECTOR: Financial Services

SUB-SECTOR: Banking

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: 811021 811030

TYPE OF RESERVATION: Articles 1404, 1405, 1407 (Establishment, Cross-Border
		     Trade, National Treatment)

MEASURE: Activities reserved for development banks

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Ley Org nica de Nacional Financiera (Organic Law of Nacional
		Financiera), Art. 7; Ley Org nica del Banco Nacional del
		Ej‚rcito, la Fuerza A‚rea y la Armada (Organic Law of the
		National Bank of the Army, Air Force and Navy)

DESCRIPTION: The following activities are reserved
solely to Mexican development banks:

(1)  acting as custodians of
  securities and cash funds
  deposited by or in the
  administrative or judiciary
  authorities, and acting as
  custodian of goods that have been
  confiscated according to Mexican
  measures;

(2)  managing the savings funds,
  retirement plans and any other
  funds or property of the
  personnel of the Secretar¡a de la
  Defensa Nacional, Secretar¡a de
  Marina and the Mexican armed
  forces, and performing other
  financial activities pertaining
  to the financial resources of
  such personnel.

DURATION: Indeterminate 								     ANNEX VII

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				  PART B

			    Schedule of Mexico


TRANSITIONAL EXCEPTIONS

Reservations to Articles 1404 and 1407

1.   The provisions of paragraphs 2 through 10 of this Part B of
the Schedule of Mexico shall apply during the Transition Period,
except as otherwise specifically provided in paragraphs 9 and 10
of this Part B.

2.   For the types of financial institutions listed in the chart
in this paragraph 2, the maximum capital to be authorized for a
Foreign Financial Affiliate, measured as a percentage of the
aggregate capital of all financial institutions of the same type
in Mexico, shall not exceed the percentage set forth in the chart
in this paragraph 2:

     Type of Financial Institution Maximum Individual Capital to
 be Authorized (Percentage of
 the Aggregate Capital of all
 Institutions of the same type)


     Commercial Banks				  1.5%
     Securities Firms				  4.0%
     Insurance Companies
	 Casualty				  1.5%
	 Life and Health			  1.5%

In the case of an acquisition by a financial service provider of
another Party of a financial institution established in Mexico,
the sum of the authorized capital of the acquired institution and
the authorized capital of any Foreign Financial Affiliate already
controlled by the acquiror may not, at the time of acquisition or
at any time thereafter during the Transition Period, exceed the
applicable limit set forth in the chart in this paragraph 2.

This paragraph 2 will not apply to new or existing Mexican
insurance companies invested in by insurance providers of another
Party (or their affiliates) pursuant to paragraph 7 of this Part
3 or paragraph 4 of Part C of the Schedule of Mexico.

3.   For purposes of the proper administration of the capital
limits in the Schedule of Mexico, the following provisions shall
apply:

     i.   Each Foreign Financial Affiliate shall have a paid-in
capital not less than that authorized by Mexico at the time of
approval of its establishment.	The authorized capital shall be
determined by Mexico.  After the time of establishment, Mexico
may permit authorized capital to exceed paid-in capital.
Authorized capital shall not be reduced by any measure of Mexico
(other than prudential measures) below paid-in capital.  The
maximum size of the operations of each Foreign Financial
Affiliate shall be determined, on a national treatment basis, as
a function of the lesser of its capital or its authorized
capital.

     ii.  Mexico reserves the right to impose limitations on
transfers of assets or liabilities by Foreign Financial
Affiliates that have the effect of evading the capital limits set
forth in the Schedule of Mexico.  This subparagraph does not
apply to bona fide transfers of funds to make overnight deposits
or bona fide transfers of banking liabilities.

4.   A Foreign Financial Affiliate shall not issue subordinated
debentures, except to its parent outside of Mexico.

5.   The aggregate of the authorized capital of all Foreign
Financial Affiliates of the same type, measured as a percentage
of the aggregate capital of all financial institutions of such
type in Mexico, shall not exceed the percentage set forth in the
chart in this paragraph 5 for that type of institution, except
for the case of insurance which is addressed in paragraph 6 of
this Part B.  Beginning one year after the entry into force of
the Agreement, these initial limits shall increase annually in
equal increments so as to reach the final limits specified in the
chart in this paragraph 5 at the beginning of the last year of
the Transition Period.


Type of Financial Institution	Percentage of Total Capital
			       Initial	 Final
			       Limit	      Limit

     Commercial banks		      8%	    15%
     Securities firms		     10%	    20%
     Factoring companies	     10%	    20%
     Leasing companies		     10%	    20%

Any capital in existence as of the date of signature of this
Agreement of a foreign bank branch established in Mexico prior to
such date shall be excluded from each of the aggregate capital
limits referred to in the Schedule of Mexico.

6.   In the case of insurance, the aggregate of the authorized
capital of all Foreign Insurance Affiliates, measured as a
percentage of the aggregate capital of all insurance companies in
Mexico, shall not exceed the percentage set forth in the chart in
this paragraph 6 for the respective one-year periods beginning on
each of the following dates:

	  Date			   Percentage of Total Capital

     January 1, 1994				6%
     January 1, 1995				8%
     January 1, 1996				9%
     January 1, 1997			       10%
     January 1, 1998			       11%
     January 1, 1999			       12%

If the entry into force of the Agreement occurs on a date prior
to January 1, 1994, that date shall become the initial date for
purposes of this chart, and each succeeding anniversary of the
entry into force of the Agreement shall become the next
succeeding date in this chart, with the percentages listed in
this chart applying to each of the respective periods as so
adjusted.  If the entry into force of the Agreement occurs on a
date after January 1, 1994, the dates and corresponding limits in
this chart shall nonetheless not be changed.

The individual and aggregate capital limits described in
paragraphs 2 and 6 of this Part B shall be measured separately
(through separate accounting) for life and non-life insurance
operations; but both types of insurance operations may be
conducted either by a single or separate Foreign Financial
Affiliates.

7.   Insurance providers of another Party may elect an
alternative procedure for entering Mexico through phasing-in an
equity interest in a new or existing Mexican insurance company,
and thereby exempt such Mexican company from the capital limits
of paragraphs 2 and 6 of this Part B.  In order to qualify, the
percentage of the Mexican insurance company's voting common stock
that is owned by Mexican persons must not be less than the levels
set forth in the chart in this paragraph 7 for the respective
one-year periods beginning on each of the following dates:

	  Date		      Mexican Interest

     January 1, 1994		     70%
     January 1, 1995		     65%
     January 1, 1996		     60%
     January 1, 1997		     55%
     January 1, 1998		     49%
     January 1, 1999		     25%

If the entry into force of the Agreement occurs on a date prior
to January 1, 1994, that date shall become the initial date for
purposes of this chart, and each succeeding anniversary of the
entry into force of the Agreement shall become the next
succeeding date in this chart, with the percentages listed in
this chart applying to each of the respective periods as so
adjusted.  If the entry into force of the Agreement occurs on a
date after January 1, 1994, the dates and corresponding limits in
this chart shall nonetheless not be changed.

On and after January 1, 2000 (or, if the entry into force of the
Agreement occurs on a date prior to January 1, 1994, on and after
the sixth anniversary of such date), the percentage requirement
of Mexican ownership set forth in this paragraph 7 shall no
longer apply.

This paragraph 7 is further modified by paragraph 4 of Part C of
the Schedule of Mexico to the extent set forth therein.

8.   The aggregate assets of Foreign Financial Affiliates that
are limited scope financial institutions within the meaning of
paragraph 2 of Part C of the Schedule of Mexico shall not exceed
3% of the sum of (1) the aggregate assets of all commercial banks
in Mexico plus (2) the aggregate assets of all types of limited
scope financial institutions in Mexico.  Lending by affiliates of
automobile manufacturing companies with respect to their vehicles
shall not be subject to or taken into account in determining
compliance with this 3% limit.

9.   The capital limits in paragraphs 2, 5, 6 and 8 of this Part
B shall be removed at the end of the Transition Period.  If the
sum of the authorized capital of Foreign Financial Affiliates,
measured as a percentage of the aggregate capital of all
financial institutions of such type in Mexico, reaches the
percentage set forth in the chart in this paragraph 9 for such
type of institutions, then Mexico shall have the right, once
during the four years following the end of the Transition Period,
to freeze such aggregate capital percentage at its then-existing
level:

     Commercial banks			 25%
     Securities firms			 30%

If applied, such a restriction will have a duration not to exceed
a period of 3 years.

10.  No additional license to establish a Foreign Financial
Affiliate shall be granted during the Transition Period (and, in
the case of paragraph 9 of this Part B, during the additional
periods described in that paragraph) if after such issuance the
sum of the authorized capital of all Foreign Financial Affiliates
of the same type would exceed the applicable percentage limit for
that type of institution in paragraph 5, 6, 8 or 9 of this
Part B.


OTHER EXCEPTIONS

11.  The provisions of the following paragraphs 12 through 15 of
this Part B shall apply immediately upon the entry into force of
the Agreement and at all times thereafter, except as otherwise
specifically provided in such paragraphs.  Any amendment or
modification to a measure adopted or maintained pursuant to
paragraphs 12 through 15 of this Part B shall not decrease the
conformity of the measure, as it existed immediately before such
amendment or modification, with Articles 1404 to 1409 of the
Agreement.

Reservation to Article 1407

12.  Mexico may require that a Foreign Financial Affiliate (other
than a Foreign Insurance Affiliate) be wholly-owned by a
financial service provider of another Party (except for
directors' nominal qualifying shares).	Mexico may also restrict
any Foreign Financial Affiliate from establishing agencies,
branches, or other direct or indirect subsidiaries in the
territory of any other country.

Reservations to Articles 1404 and 1407

13.  Following the Transition Period, acquisition of a commercial
bank established in Mexico, or of the assets or liabilities
thereof, by a financial service provider of another Party will
only be authorized by Mexico, subject to reasonable prudential
considerations on a case by case basis, if the sum of the
authorized capital of the acquired commercial bank and the
authorized capital of any commercial bank in Mexico already
controlled by the acquiror would not exceed 4% of the aggregate
capital of all commercial banks in Mexico.

14.  Mexico may adopt measures that (i) limit eligibility to
establish a Foreign Financial Affiliate in Mexico to a financial
service provider of another Party that is, directly or through
any of its affiliates, engaged in the same general type of
financial services in the territory of the other Party; and (ii)
limit such provider (together with its affiliates) to no more
than one institution of the same type in Mexico.  In determining
what types of operations a financial service provider of another
Party is engaged in for purposes of the preceding sentence, all
types of insurance shall be considered to be only one type of
financial service; but both life and non-life insurance
operations may be conducted either by a single or separate
Foreign Financial Affiliates.

Reservation to Articles 1404, 1405 and 1407

15.  The existing activities and operations of Mexican
governmental insurance programs conducted by Aseguradora
Mexicana, S.A. or Aseguradora Hidalgo, S.A. (including insurance
for government employees, agencies, instrumentalities and public
entities) are excluded from Articles 1404, 1405 and 1407 for so
long as such firm is controlled by the government of Mexico and
for a commercially reasonable time after such governmental
control ceases.

Reservation to Article 1405

16.  In order not to impair the conduct of Mexico's monetary and
exchange rate policies, non-resident financial service providers
of another Party shall not be permitted to provide financial
services into the territory of Mexico or to residents of Mexico,
and residents of Mexico may not purchase financial services from
non-resident financial service providers of another Party, if
such transactions are denominated in Mexican pesos.

Reservation to Articles 1404-1409

17.  The benefits of this Agreement shall not be extended to a
foreign bank branch existing in Mexico on the date of entry into
force of this Agreement.  The existing legal regime will continue
to apply to such a branch for so long as it operates in that
form.  Such a branch shall be permitted to convert to a
subsidiary pursuant to the terms of this Schedule, and upon
conversion shall be covered by this Agreement.	The existing
capital of such branch on the date of signature of this Agreement
shall not be counted against such Foreign Commercial Bank
Affiliate's individual capital limit, or the aggregate capital
limits for commercial banks in the event of conversion.
Definitions

For purposes of Part B of Mexico's schedule:

capital means the following, as defined in Mexican measures,
applied on a national treatment basis:

   Type of Financial Institution     Concept of "Capital"

     commercial banks		   capital neto
     securities firms		   capital global
     insurance companies
     casualty		 requerimiento bruto
			      de solvencia (allocation to
casualty insurance)
	  life and health	   requerimiento bruto
			      de solvencia (allocation to
life and health insurance)
     factoring companies	   capital contable
     leasing companies		   capital contable


Foreign Commercial Bank Affiliate means a Foreign Financial
Affiliate that is a commercial bank;

Foreign Financial Affiliate means a financial institution
established in Mexico and owned and controlled by a financial
service provider of another Party;

Foreign Insurance Affiliate means a Foreign Financial Affiliate
that is an insurance company; and

Transition Period means the period beginning with the entry into
force of the Agreement and ending on the earlier of i) January 1,
2000, or ii) six years from the entry into force of the
Agreement.

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				 ANNEX VII

				  PART C

			    Schedule of Mexico


SPECIFIC COMMITMENTS

1.   Mexico shall retain discretion to approve, on a case-by-case
basis, any affiliation of a commercial bank or securities firm
with a commercial or industrial corporation that has a commercial
presence in Mexico, if Mexico determines that such affiliation is
harmless and, in the case of banking, either (a) not substantial,
or (b) the financial-related activities of the commercial or
industrial commercial corporation are at least 90 percent of its
annual income worldwide, and the non-financial activities of such
commercial or industrial corporation are of a type that Mexico
determines to be acceptable.  Affiliation with a non-resident
commercial or industrial corporation that has no commercial
presence in Mexico will not be a reason for denial of an
application to establish or acquire a commercial bank or
securities firm in Mexico.

2.   Non-bank financial service providers of another Party shall
be permitted to establish one or more limited scope financial
institutions in Mexico to provide separately consumer lending,
commercial lending, mortgage lending or credit card services on
terms no less favorable than those applied to like domestic firms
under Mexican measures.  Mexico may permit lending services
closely related to the principal authorized business of a limited
scope financial institution to be carried out by that
institution.  Such firms shall be provided the opportunity to
raise funds in the securities market for business operations
subject to normal terms and conditions.  Mexico may restrict such
limited scope financial institutions from taking deposits.

3.   Within two years of the entry into force of the Agreement,
Mexico shall conduct a study of the desirability and, if
desirable, the possible methods of establishing limited scope
securities firms which would have more limited powers than
current securities firms.  Such limited scope securities firms
would be subject to differing capital requirements, depending on
the type and extent of business conducted, that would permit
lower minimum capital requirements than those currently
applicable to Mexican securities firms.  The basis of the study
would be prudential considerations and opportunities for
investment in the securities sector.  As part of the second
annual meeting of the Committee required under Article 1414,
Mexico shall report to the other Parties on the outcome of the
study, including any plans for the establishment of new
categories of securities firms.

4.   Notwithstanding Part B (paragraph 7) of the Schedule of
Mexico, an insurance provider of another Party, together with its
affiliates, that as of July 1, 1992 collectively have an active
investment or ownership interest that has been specifically
approved by the Mexico of 10% or more in a Mexican insurance
company may:  (1) exercise any contract right or option in
existence as of July 1, 1992 with respect to ownership interests
in such Mexican insurance company; and (2) effective the earlier
of January 1, 1996 or two years following the date of entry into
force of the Agreement, acquire a controlling interest of up to
100% in such Mexican insurance company.  Before the effective
date described in clause (2) of the preceding sentence, an
insurance provider of another Party (together with its
affiliates) described in that sentence may exercise any existing
contract right or option described in clause (1) of that
sentence, and choose to maintain its existing interest or expand
its interest in such Mexican insurance company to the extent
consistent with Part B (paragraph 7) of the Schedule of Mexico.
Mexico shall maintain discretion to permit acceleration of the
schedule for equity participation in a Mexican insurance company
by an insurance provider of another Party described in the first
sentence of this paragraph.

5.   A bank or securities provider of another Party that is
authorized to and establishes or acquires a commercial bank or
securities firm, respectively, in Mexico may also establish a
financial holding company in Mexico, and thereby establish or
acquire other types of financial institutions in Mexico, under
the terms of Mexican measures.

6.   Mexico shall administer its licensing and approval
procedures during the Transition Period (as defined in Part B of
the Schedule of Mexico) in a manner that does not deny the
benefits of the liberalization of existing measures described in
the Schedule of Mexico to enterprises of another Party ultimately
controlled by nationals of that Party.

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				 ANNEX VII

				  PART D

			    Schedule of Mexico


     The agency of the government of Mexico responsible for
financial services is the Secretar¡a de Hacienda y Cr‚dito
P£blico.
Annex 0 SECTION III Animal or Vegetable Fats and Oils and Their Cleavage Products;
Prepared Edible Fats; Animal or Vegetable Waxes (Ch. 15)

Chapter 15		      Animal or Vegetable Fats and Oils and
			      Their Cleavage Products; Prepared Edible
			      Fats; Animal or Vegetable Waxes

15.01-15.18		      A change to headings 15.01 through 15.18
			      from any other chapter.

1519.11-1519.13 	      A change to subheadings 1519.11 through
			      1519.13 from any other heading, except
			      from heading 15.20.

1519.19 		A change to subheading 1519.19 from any other
			subheading.

1519.20 		A change to subheading 1519.20 from any other
			heading, except from heading 15.20.

1520.10 		A change to subheading 1520.10 from any other
			heading, except from heading 15.19.

1520.90 		A change to subheading 1520.90 from any other
			subheading.

15.21-15.22		      A change to headings 15.21 through 15.22
			      from any other chapter.


Annex 00 SECTION IX Wood and Articles of Wood; Wood Charcoal; Cork and Articles of
Cork; Manufactures of Straw, of Esparto or of Other Plaiting
Materials; Basketware and Wickerwork (Ch. 44-46)

Chapter 44		      Wood and Articles of Wood; Wood Charcoal

44.01-44.21		      A change to headings 44.01 through 44.21
			      from any other heading, including another
			      heading within that group.


Chapter 45		      Cork and Articles of Cork

45.01-45.02		      A change to headings 45.01 through 45.02
			      from any other chapter.

45.03-45.04		      A change to headings 45.03 through 45.04
			      from any other heading outside that
			      group.


Chapter 46		      Manufactures of Straw, of Esparto or of
			      Other Plaiting Materials; Basketware and
			      Wickerwork

46.01			      A change to heading 46.01 from any other
			      chapter.

46.02			      A change to heading 46.02 from any other
			      heading.



Annex 00 SECTION V Mineral Products (Ch. 25-27)

Chapter 25		      Salt; Sulphur; Earths and Stone;
			      Plastering Materials, Lime and Cement
25.01-25.30		      A change to headings 25.01 through 25.30
			      from any other chapter.



Chapter 26		      Ores, Slag and Ash

26.01-26.21		      A change to headings 26.01 through 26.21
			      from any other chapter.



Chapter 27		      Mineral Fuels, Mineral Oils and Products
			      of Their Distillation; Bituminous
			      Substances; Mineral Waxes

27.01-27.03		      A change to headings 27.01 through 27.03
			      from any other chapter.

27.04			      A change to heading 27.04 from any other
			      heading.

27.05-27.09		      A change to headings 27.05 through 27.09
			      from any other chapter.

27.10-27.15		      A change to headings 27.10 through 27.15
			      from any other heading outside that
			      group.

27.16			      A change to heading 27.16 from any other
			      heading.


Annex 00 SECTION VI Products of the Chemical or Allied Industries (Ch. 28-38)

Chapter 28		      Inorganic Chemicals; Organic or Inorganic
			      Compounds of Precious Metals, of Rare-
			      Earth Metals, of Radioactive Elements or
			      of Isotopes

28.01-28.24		      A change to subheadings 2801.10 through
			      2824.90 from any other chapter, except
			      from Chapters 28 through 38; or

			A change to subheadings 2801.10 through
			2824.90 from any other subheading within
			Chapters 28 through 38, including another
			subheading within that group, whether or not
			there is also a change from any other chapter,
			provided there is a regional value content of
			not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is used.

2825.10-2825.60 	      A change to subheadings 2825.10 through
			      2825.60 from any other chapter, except
			      from Chapters 28 through 38; or

			A change to subheadings 2825.10 through
			2825.60 from any other subheading within
			Chapters 28 through 38, including another
			subheading within that group, whether or not
			there is also a change from any other chapter,
			provided there is a regional value content of
			not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

2825.70 		A change to subheading 2825.70 from any other
			subheading, except from subheading 2613.10.

2825.80-2825.90 	      A change to subheadings 2825.80 through
			      2825.90 from any chapter, except from
			      Chapters 28 through 38; or

			A change to subheadings 2825.80 through
			2825.90 from any other subheading within
			Chapters 28 through 38, including another
			subheading within that group, whether or not
			there is also a change from any other chapter,
			provided there is a regional value content
			must be not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

28.26-28.29		      A change to subheadings 2826.11 through
			      2829.90 from any other chapter, except
			      from Chapters 28 through 38; or

			A change to subheadings 2826.11 through
			2829.90 from any other subheading within
			Chapters 28 through 38, including another
			subheading within that group, whether or not
			there is also a change from any other chapter,
			provided there is a regional value content of
			not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

2830.10-2830.30 	      A change to subheadings 2830.10 through
			      2830.30 from any other chapter, except
			      from Chapters 28 through 38; or

			A change to subheadings 2830.10 through
			2830.30 from any other subheading within
			Chapters 28 through 38, including another
			subheading within that group, whether or not
			there is also a change from any other chapter,
			provided there is a regional value content of
			not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

2830.90 		A change to subheading 2830.90 from any other
			subheading, except from subheading 2613.90.

28.31-28.40		      A change to subheadings 2831.10 through
			      2840.30 from any other chapter, except
			      from Chapters 28 through 38; or

			A change to subheadings 2831.10 through
			2840.30 from any other subheading within
			Chapters 28 through 38, including another
			subheading within that group, whether or not
			there is also a change from any other chapter,
			provided there is a regional value content of
			not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

2841.10-2841.60 	      A change to subheadings 2841.10 through
			      2841.60 from any other chapter, except
			      from Chapters 28 through 38; or

			A change to subheadings 2841.10 through
			2841.60 from any other subheading within
			Chapters 28 through 38, including another
			subheading within that group, whether or not
			there is also a change from any other chapter,
			provided there is a regional value content of
			not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

2841.70 		A change to subheading 2841.70 from any other
			subheading, except from subheading 2613.10.

2841.80-2841.90 	      A change to subheadings 2841.80 through
			      2841.90 from any other chapter, except
			      from Chapters 28 through 38; or

			A change to subheadings 2841.80 through
			2841.90 from any other subheading within
			Chapters 28 through 38, including another
			subheading within that group, whether or not
			there is also a change from any other chapter,
			provided there is a regional value content of
			not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

28.42-28.51		      A change to subheadings 2842.10 through
			      2851.00 from any other chapter, except
			      from Chapters 28 through 38; or

			A change to subheadings 2842.10 through
			2851.00 from any other subheading within
			Chapters 28 through 38, including another
			subheading within that group, whether or not
			there is also a change from any other chapter,
			provided there is a regional value content of
			not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.


Chapter 29		      Organic Chemicals

29.01-29.42		      A change to subheadings 2901.10 through
			      2942.00 from any other chapter, except
			      from Chapters 28 through 38; or

			A change to subheadings 2901.10 through
			2942.00 from any other subheading within
			Chapters 28 through 38, including another
			subheading within that group, whether or not
			there is also a change from any other chapter,
			provided there is a regional value content of
			not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.



Chapter 30		      Pharmaceutical Products

30.01			      A change to subheadings 3001.10 through
			      3001.90 from any other heading; or

			A change to subheadings 3001.10 through
			3001.90 from any other subheading within
			heading 30.01, whether or not there is also a
			change from any other heading, provided there
			is a regional value content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

30.02			      A change to subheadings 3002.10 through
			      3002.90 from any other heading; or

			A change to subheadings 3002.10 through
			3002.90 from any other subheading within
			heading 30.02, whether or not there is also a
			change from any other heading, provided there
			is a regional value content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

30.03			      A change to subheadings 3003.10 through
			      3003.90 from any other heading; or

			A change to subheadings 3003.10 through
			3003.90 from any other subheading within
			heading 30.03, whether or not there is also a
			change from any other heading, provided there
			is a regional value content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

30.04			      A change to subheadings 3004.10 through
			      3004.90 from any other heading, except
			      from heading 30.03; or

			A change to subheadings 3004.10 through
			3004.90 from any other subheading within
			heading 30.04, whether or not there is also a
			change from any other heading, provided there
			is a regional value content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

30.05			      A change to subheadings 3005.10 through
			      3005.90 from any other heading; or

			A change to subheadings 3005.10 through
			3005.90 from any other subheading within
			heading 30.05, whether or not there is also a
			change from any other heading, provided there
			is a regional value content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

30.06			      A change to subheadings 3006.10 through
			      3006.60 from any other heading; or

			A change to subheadings 3006.10 through
			3006.60 from any other subheading within
			heading 30.06, whether or not there is also a
			change from any other heading, provided there
			is a regional value content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.


Chapter 31		      Fertilisers

31.01-31.05		      A change to subheadings 3101.00 through
			      3105.90 from any other chapter; or

			A change to subheadings 3101.00 through
			3105.90 from any other subheading within
			Chapter 31, whether or not there is also a
			change from any other chapter, provided there
			is a regional value content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.


Chapter 32		      Tanning or Dyeing Extracts; Tannins and
			      Their Derivatives; Dyes, Pigments and
			      Other Colouring Matter; Paints and
			      Varnishes; Putty and Other Mastics; Inks

32.01-32.03		      A change to subheadings 3201.10 through
			      3203.00 from any other chapter, except
			      from Chapters 28 through 38; or

			A change to subheadings 3201.10 through
			3203.00 from any other subheading within
			Chapters 28 through 38, including another
			subheading within that group, whether or not
			there is also a change from any other chapter,
			provided there is a regional value content of
			not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.


3204.11-3204.16 	      A change to subheadings 3204.11 through
			      3204.16 from any other chapter, except
			      from Chapters 28 through 38; or

			A change to subheadings 3204.11 through
			3204.16 from any other subheading within
			Chapters 28 through 38, including another
			subheading within that group, whether or not
			there is also a change from any other chapter,
			provided there is a regional value content of
			not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

3204.17 		For any colour, as defined under the Colour
			Index, identified in the List of Colours
			below, a change to subheading 3204.17 from any
			other subheading.

						List of Colours

			pigment yellow: 	1, 3, 16, 55, 61, 62, 65,
						73, 74, 75, 81, 97, 120,
						151, 152, 154, 156, and
						175

			pigment orange: 	4, 5, 13, 34, 36, 60, and
						62

			pigment red:		2, 3, 5, 12, 13, 14, 17,
						18, 19, 22, 23, 24, 31,
						32, 48, 49, 52, 53, 57,
						63, 112, 119,
					  133, 146, 170, 171, 175, 176,
					  183, 185, 187, 188, 208, and
					  210; or

			For any colour, as defined under the Colour
			Index, not identified in the List of Colours
			above:

			1)    a change to subheading 3204.17 from any
			      other subheading, except from Chapter 29;
			      or

			2)    a change to subheading 3204.17 from any
			      other subheading within Chapter 29,
			      whether or not there is also a change
			      from any other subheading, provided there
			      is a regional value content of not less
			      than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

3204.19-3204.90 	      A change to subheadings 3204.19 through
			      3204.90 from any other chapter, except
			      from Chapters 28 through 38;  or

			A change to subheadings 3204.19 through
			3204.90 from any other subheading within
			Chapters 28 through 38, including another
			subheading within that group, whether or not
			there is also a change from any other chapter,
			provided there is a regional value content of
			not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

32.05			      A change to heading 32.05 from any other
			      heading.

32.06-32.07		      A change to subheadings 3206.10 through
			      3207.40 from any other chapter, except
			      from Chapters 28 through 38; or

			A change to subheadings 3206.10 through
			3207.40 from any other subheading within
			Chapters 28 through 38, including another
			subheading within that group, whether or not
			there is also a change from any other chapter,
			provided there is a regional value content of
			not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

32.08-32.10		      A change to headings 32.08 through 32.10
			      from any other heading outside that
			      group.

32.11-32.12		      A change to headings 32.11 through 32.12
			      from any other heading outside that
			      group.

32.13-32.15		      A change to headings 32.13 through 32.15
			      from any other heading outside that
			      group, except from headings 32.08 through
			      32.10.


Chapter 33		      Essential Oils and Resinoids; Perfumery,
			      Cosmetics or Toilet Preparations

33.01			      A change to subheadings 3301.11 through
			      3301.90 from any other chapter; or

			A change to subheadings 3301.11 through
			3301.90 from any other subheading within
			Chapter 33, whether or not there is also a
			change from any other chapter, provided there
			is a regional value content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

33.02			      A change to heading 33.02 from any other
			      heading, except from headings 22.07
			      through 22.08.

33.03			      A change to heading 33.03 from any other
			      chapter; or

			A change to heading 33.03 from any other
			heading within Chapter 33, whether or not
			there is also a change from any other chapter,
			provided there is a regional value content of
			not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

33.04-33.07		      A change to subheadings 3304.10 through
			      3307.90 from any other heading outside
			      that group; or

			A change to subheadings 3304.10 through
			3307.90 from any other subheading within that
			group, whether or not there is also a change
			from any other heading outside that group,
			provided there is a regional value content of
			not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.


Chapter 34		      Soap, Organic Surface-active Agents,
			      Washing Preparations, Lubricating
			      Preparations, Artificial Waxes, Prepared
			      Waxes, Polishing or Scouring
			      Preparations, Candles and Similar
			      Articles, Modelling Pastes, "Dental
			      Waxes" and Dental Preparations with a
			      Basis of Plaster

34.01			      A change to subheadings 3401.11 through
			      3401.20 from any other heading; or

			A change to subheadings 3401.11 through
			3401.20 from any other subheading within
			heading 34.01, whether or not there is also a
			change from any other heading, provided there
			is a regional value content of not less than:

			      a)    65% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

3402.11-3402.19 	      A change to subheadings 3402.11 through
			      3402.19 from any other heading; or

			A change to subheadings 3402.11 through
			3402.19 from any other subheading within
			heading 34.02, whether or not there is also a
			change from any other heading, provided there
			is a regional value content of not less than:

			      a)    65% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

3402.20-3402.90 	      A change to subheadings 3402.20 through
			      3402.90 from any other subheading outside
			      that group; or

			A change to subheadings 3402.20 through
			3402.90 from any other subheading within that
			group, whether or not there is also a change
			from any other subheading outside that group,
			provided there is a regional value content of
			not less than:

			      a)    65% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

34.03			      A change to subheadings 3403.11 through
			      3403.99 from any other heading; or

			A change to subheadings 3403.11 through
			3403.99 from any other subheading within
			heading 34.03, whether or not there is also a
			change from any other heading, provided there
			is a regional value content of not less than:

			      a)    65% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

34.04			      A change to subheadings 3404.10 through
			      3404.90 from any other heading; or

			A change to subheadings 3404.10 through
			3404.90 from any other subheading within
			heading 34.04, whether or not there is also a
			change from any other heading, provided there
			is a regional value content of not less than:

			      a)    65% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

34.05			      A change to subheadings 3405.10 through
			      3405.90 from any other heading; or

			A change to subheadings 3405.10 through
			3405.90 from any other subheading within
			heading 34.05, whether or not there is also a
			change from any other heading, provided there
			is a regional value content of not less than:

			      a)    65% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

34.06-34.07		      A change to headings 34.06 through 34.07
			      from any other heading, including another
			      heading within that group.


Chapter 35		      Albuminoidal Substances; Modified
			      Starches; Glues; Enzymes

35.01			      A change to subheadings 3501.10 through
			      3501.90 from any other heading; or

			A change to subheadings 3501.10 through
			3501.90 from any other subheading within
			heading 35.01, whether or not there is also a
			change from any other heading, provided there
			is a regional value content of not less than:

			      a)    65% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

35.02			      A change to subheadings 3502.10 through
			      3502.90 from any other heading; or

			A change to subheadings 3502.10 through
			3502.90 from any other subheading within
			heading 35.02, whether or not there is also a
			change from any other heading, provided there
			is a regional value content of not less than:

			      a)    65% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

35.03-35.04		      A change to headings 35.03 through 35.04
			      from any other heading, including another
			      heading within that group.

35.05			      A change to subheadings 3505.10 through
			      3505.20 from any other heading; or

			A change to subheadings 3505.10 through
			3505.20 from any other subheading within
			heading 35.05, whether or not there is also a
			change from any other heading, provided there
			is a regional value content of not less than:

			      a)    65% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.


35.06			      A change to subheadings 3506.10 through
			      3506.99 from any other heading; or

			A change to subheadings 3506.10 through
			3506.99 from any other subheading within
			heading 35.06, whether or not there is also a
			change from any other heading, provided there
			is a regional value content of not less than:

			      a)    65% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

35.07			      A change to subheadings 3507.10 through
			      3507.90 from any other heading; or

			A change to subheadings 3507.10 through
			3507.90 from any other subheading within
			heading 35.07, whether or not there is also a
			change from any other heading, provided there
			is a regional value content of not less than:

			      a)    65% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.


Chapter 36		      Explosives; Pyrotechnic Products;
			      Matches; Pyrophoric Alloys; Certain
			      Combustible Preparations

36.01-36.03		      A change to headings 36.01 through 36.03
			      from any other heading, including another
			      heading within that group.

36.04			      A change to subheadings 3604.10 through
			      3604.90 from any other heading; or

			A change to subheadings 3604.10 through
			3604.90 from any other subheading within
			heading 36.04, whether or not there is also a
			change from any other heading, provided there
			is a regional value content of not less than:

			      a)    65% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

36.05			      A change to heading 36.05 from any other
			      heading.

36.06			      A change to subheadings 3606.10 through
			      3606.90 from any other heading; or

			A change to subheadings 3606.10 through
			3606.90 from any other subheading within
			heading 36.06, whether or not there is also a
			change from any other heading, provided there
			is a regional value content of not less than:

			      a)    65% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.


Chapter 37		      Photographic or Cinematographic Goods

37.01-37.03		A change to headings 37.01 through 37.03 from
			any other chapter.

37.04			      A change to heading 37.04 from any other
			      heading.

37.05-37.06		      A change to headings 37.05 through 37.06
			      from any other heading outside that
			      group.

37.07			      A change to subheadings 3707.10 through
			      3707.90 from any other chapter; or

			A change to subheadings 3707.10 through
			3707.90 from any other subheading within
			Chapter 37, including another subheading
			within that group, whether or not there is
			also a change from any other chapter, provided
			there is a regional value content of not less
			than:

			      a)    65% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.


Chapter 38		      Miscellaneous Chemical Products

38.01-38.07		      A change to subheadings 3801.10 through
			      3807.00 from any other chapter, except
			      from Chapters 28 through 38; or

			A change to subheadings 3801.10 through
			3807.00 from any other subheading within
			Chapters 28 through 38, including another
			subheading within that group, whether or not
			there is also a change from any other chapter,
			provided there is a regional value content of
			not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

38.08	    Note:	      A material, imported into the territory
			      of a Party for use in the production of a
			      good classified under heading 38.08,
			      shall be treated as a material
			      originating in the territory of a Party
			      if:

			a)    such material is eligible, in the
			      territories of both that Party and the
			      Party to whose territory the good is
			      exported, for duty-free treatment at the
			      rates provided for most-favoured-nations;
			      or

			b)    the good is exported to the territory of
			      the United States of America and such
			      material would, if imported into the
			      territory of the United States of
			      America, be free of duty under a trade
			      agreement that is not subject to a
			      competitive need limitation.

			A change to heading 38.08 from any other
			heading, provided there is a regional value
			content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or 80% where the
				    transaction value method is used and
				    the goods contain more than one
				    active ingredient; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used, or 70% where the net cost
				    method is used and the goods contain
				    more than one active ingredient.


38.09-38.23		A change to subheadings 3809.10 through
			3823.90 from any other chapter, except from
			Chapters 28 through 38; or

			A change to subheadings 3809.10 through
			3823.90 from any other subheading within
			Chapters 28 through 38, including another
			subheading within that group, whether or not
			there is also a change from any other chapter,
			provided there is a regional value content of
			not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.


Annex 00 SECTION VII Plastics and Articles Thereof; Rubber and Articles Thereof
(Ch. 39-40)

Chapter 39		      Plastics and Articles Thereof

39.01-39.20		      A change to headings 39.01 through 39.20
			      from any other heading, including another
			      heading within that group, provided there
			      is a regional value content of not less
			      than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

3921.11-3921.13 	      A change to subheadings 3921.11 through
			      3921.13 from any other heading, provided
			      there is a regional value content of not
			      less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

3921.14 		A change to subheading 3921.14 from any other
			heading, except from subheading 3920.20 or
			3920.71.  In addition, the regional value
			content must be not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

3921.19 		A change to subheading 3921.19 from any other
			heading, provided there is a regional value
			content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

3921.90 		A change to subheading 3921.90 from any other
			heading, except from subheading 3920.20 or
			3920.71.  In addition, the regional value
			content percentage must be not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

39.22			      A change to heading 39.22 from any other
			      heading, provided there is a regional
			      value content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

3923.10-3923.21 	      A change to subheadings 3923.10 through
			      3923.21 from any other heading, provided
			      there is a regional value content of not
			      less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

3923.29 		A change to subheading 3923.29 from any other
			heading, except from subheading 3920.20 or
			3920.71.  In addition, the regional value
			content percentage must be not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

3923.30-3923.90 	      A change to subheadings 3923.30 through
			      3923.90 from any other heading, provided
			      there is a regional value content of not
			      less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

39.24-39.26		      A change to headings 39.24 through 39.26
			      from any other heading, including another
			      heading within that group, provided there
			      is a regional value content of not less
			      than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.


Chapter 40		      Rubber and Articles Thereof

40.01-40.06		      A change to headings 40.01 through 40.06
			      from any other chapter; or

			A change to headings 40.01 through 40.06 from
			any other heading within Chapter 40, including
			another heading within that group, whether or
			not there is also a change from any other
			chapter, provided there is a regional value
			content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is us

40.07-40.08		      A change to headings 40.07 through 40.08
			      from any other heading outside that
			      group.

4009.10-4009.40 	      A change to subheadings 4009.10 through
			      4009.40 from any other heading, except
			      from headings 40.10 through 40.17.

4009.50 		A change to tubes, pipes or hoses of
			subheading 4009.50, of a kind used for motor
			vehicles of heading 87.02 for the transport of
			15 or fewer persons, motor cars or other motor
			vehicles of heading 87.03, motor vehicles of
			subheading 8704.21 or 8704.31 or motorcycles
			of heading 87.11, from any other heading,
			except from headings 40.10 through 40.17; or

			A change to tubes, pipes or hoses of
			subheading 4009.50, of a kind used for motor
			vehicles of heading 87.02 for the transport of
			15 or fewer persons, motor cars or other motor
			vehicles of heading 87.03, motor vehicles of
			subheading 8704.21 or 8704.31 or motorcycles
			of heading 87.11, from subheadings 4009.10
			through 4017.00, whether or not there is also
			a change from any other heading, provided
			there is a regional value content of not less
			than:

			a)    60% where the transaction method is used,
			      or
			b)    50% where the net cost method is used; or


			A change to tubes, pipes or hoses of
			subheading 4009.50, other than those of a kind
			used for motor vehicles of heading 87.02 for
			the transport of 15 or fewer persons, motor
			cars or other motor vehicles of heading 87.03,
			motor vehicles of subheading 8704.21 or
			8704.31 or motorcycles of heading 87.11 from
			any other heading, except from headings 40.10
			through 40.17

40.10-40.11		      A change to headings 40.10 through 40.11
			      from any other heading, except from
			      headings 40.09 through 40.17.

4012.10 		A change to subheading 4012.10 from any other
			subheading, except from Canadian tariff item
			4012.20.20, U.S. tariff item 4012.20.15 or
			4012.20.18, Mexican tariff item 4012.20.01.

4012.20-4012.90 	      A change to subheadings 4012.20 through
			      4012.90 from any other heading, except
			      from headings 40.09 through 40.17.

40.13-40.15		      A change to headings 40.13 through 40.15
			      from any other heading, except from
			      headings 40.09 through 40.17.

4016.10-4016.92 	      A change to subheadings 4016.10 through
			      4016.92 from any other heading, except
			      from headings 40.09 through 40.17.

4016.93

      4016.93.10	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      4016.93.10, U.S. tariff item 4016.93.10,
			      Mexican tariff item 4016.93.04 from any
			      other heading, except from Canadian
			      tariff item 4008.19.10 or
			      4008.29.10, U.S. tariff item 4008.19.05
			      or 4008.29.10, Mexican tariff item
			      4008.19.01 or 4008.29.01.


      4016.93		A change to subheading 4016.93 from any other
			heading, except from headings 40.09 through
			40.17.

4016.94-4016.95 	      A change to subheadings 4016.94 through
			      4016.95 from any other heading, except
			      from headings 40.09 through 40.17.

4016.99

      4016.99.a1	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      4016.99.a1, U.S. tariff item 4016.99.h1,
			      Mexican tariff item 4016.99.x1 from any
			      other subheading, provided there is a
			      regional value content of not less than
			      50% under the net cost method.

      4016.99		A change to subheading 4016.99 from any other
			heading, except from headings 40.09 through
			40.17.

40.17			      A change to heading 40.17 from any other
			      heading, except from headings 40.09
			      through 40.16.


Annex 00 SECTION VIII Raw Hides and Skins, Leather, Furskins and Articles Thereof;
Saddlery and Harness; Travel Goods, Handbags, and Similar
Containers; Articles of Animal Gut (Other Than Silkworm Gut)
(Ch.41-43)

Chapter 41		      Raw Hides and Skins (Other Than Furskins)
			      and Leather

41.01-41.03		      A change to headings 41.01 through 41.03
			      from any other chapter.

41.04			      A change to heading 41.04 from any other
			      heading, except from headings 41.05
			      through 41.11.

41.05			      A change to heading 41.05 from Canadian
			      tariff item 4105.19.10, U.S. tariff
			      item 4105.19.10, Mexican tariff item
			      4105.19.01, headings 41.01 through 41.03
			      or any other chapter.

41.06			      A change to heading 41.06 from Canadian
			      tariff item 4106.19.10, U.S. tariff
			      item 4106.19.10, Mexican tariff item
			      4106.19.01, headings 41.01 through 41.03
			      or any other chapter.

41.07			      A change to heading 41.07 from Canadian
			      tariff item 4107.10.10, U.S. tariff
			      item 4107.10.10, Mexican tariff item
			      4107.10.02, headings 41.01 through 41.03
			      or any other chapter.

41.08-41.11		      A change to headings 41.08 through 41.11
			      from any other heading, except from
			      headings 41.04 through 41.11.


Chapter 42		      Articles of Leather; Saddlery and
			      Harness; Travel Goods, Handbags and
			      Similar Containers; Articles of Animal
			      Gut (Other Than Silk-Worm Gut)


42.01			      A change to heading 42.01 from any other
			      chapter.

4202.11 		A change to subheading 4202.11 from any other
			chapter.

4202.12 		A change to subheading 4202.12 from any other
			chapter, except from headings 54.07, 54.08 or
			55.12 through 55.16.

4202.19-4202.21 	      A change to subheadings 4202.19 through
			      4202.21 from any other chapter.

4202.22 		A change to subheading 4202.22 from any other
			chapter, except from headings 54.07, 54.08 or
			55.12 through 55.16.

4202.29-4202.31 	      A change to subheadings 4202.29 through
			      4202.31 from any other chapter.

4202.32 		A change to subheading 4202.32 from any other
			chapter, except from headings 54.07, 54.08 or
			55.12 through 55.16.

4202.39-4202.91 	      A change to subheadings 4202.39 through
			      4202.91 from any other chapter.

4202.92 		A change to subheading 4202.92 from any other
			chapter, except from headings 54.07, 54.08 or
			55.12 through 55.16.

4202.99 		A change to subheading 4202.99 from any other
			chapter.

42.03-42.06		      A change to headings 42.03 through 42.06
			      from any other chapter.


Chapter 43		      Furskins and Artificial Fur; Manufactures
			      Thereof

43.01			      A change to heading 43.01 from any other
			      chapter.

43.02			      A change to heading 43.02 from any other
			      heading.

43.03-43.04		      A change to headings 43.03 through 43.04
			      from any other heading outside that
			      group.


Annex 00 SECTION X Pulp of Wood or of other Fibrous Cellulosic Material; Waste and
Scrap of Paper or Paperboard; Paper and Paperboard and Articles
Thereof (Ch. 47-49)

Chapter 47		      Pulp of Wood or of Other Fibrous
			      Cellulosic Material; Waste and Scrap of
			      Paper or Paperboard

47.01-47.07		      A change to headings 47.01 through 47.07
			      from any other chapter.


Chapter 48		      Paper and Paperboard; Articles of Paper
			      Pulp, of Paper or of Paperboard

48.01-48.07		      A change to headings 48.01 through 48.07
			      from any other chapter.

48.08-48.09		      A change to headings 48.08 through 48.09
			      from any other heading outside that
			      group.

48.10-48.13		      A change to headings 48.10 through 48.13
			      from any other chapter.

48.14-48.15		      A change to headings 48.14 through 48.15
			      from any other heading outside that
			      group.

48.16			      A change to heading 48.16 from any other
			      heading, except from heading 48.09.

48.17-48.23		      A change to headings 48.17 through 48.23
			      from any other heading outside that
			      group.


Chapter 49		      Printed Books, Newspapers, Pictures and
			      Other Products of the Printing Industry;
			      Manuscripts, Typescripts and Plans


49.01-49.11		      A change to headings 49.01 through 49.11
			      from any other chapter.



Annex 00 SECTION XI Textiles and Textile Articles (Ch. 50-63)

Note:	    For purposes of the textiles provisions, the term
	    "wholly" is interpreted to mean that the product is made
	    entirely or solely of the named material.


Chapter 50		      Silk

50.01-50.03		      A change to headings 50.01 through 50.03
			      from any other chapter.

50.04-50.06		      A change to headings 50.04 through 50.06
			      from any other heading outside that
			      group.

50.07			      A change to heading 50.07 from
			      any other heading.


Chapter 51		      Wool, Fine or Coarse Animal Hair;
			      Horsehair Yarn and Woven Fabric

51.01-51.05		      A change to headings 51.01 through
			      51.05 from any other chapter.

51.06-51.10		      A change to headings 51.06 through 51.10
			      from any other heading outside that
			      group.

51.11-51.13		      A change to headings 51.11 through 51.13
			      from any other heading outside that
			      group, except from headings 51.06 through
			      51.10, 52.05 through 52.06, 54.01 through
			      54.04, or 55.09 through 55.10.


Chapter 52		      Cotton

52.01-52.07		      A change to headings 52.01 through 52.07
			      from any other chapter, except from
			      headings 54.01 through 54.05 or 55.01
			      through 55.07.

52.08-52.12		      A change to headings 52.08 through 52.12
			      from any other heading outside that
			      group, except from headings 51.06 through
			      51.10, 52.05 through 52.06, 54.01 through
			      54.04, or 55.09 through 55.10.


Chapter 53		      Other Vegetable Textile Fibres; Paper
			      Yarn and Woven Fabrics of Paper Yarn

53.01-53.05		      A change to headings 53.01 through
			      53.05 from any other chapter.

53.06-53.08		      A change to headings 53.06 through 53.08
			      from any other heading outside that
			      group.

53.09			      A change to heading 53.09 from any other
			      heading, except from headings 53.07
			      through 53.08.

53.10-53.11		      A change to headings 53.10 through 53.11
			      from any other heading outside that
			      group, except from headings 53.07 through
			      53.08.


Chapter 54		      Man-Made Filaments

54.01-54.06		      A change to headings 54.01 through 54.06
			      from any other chapter, except from
			      headings 52.01 through 52.03 or 55.01
			      through 55.07.
54.07

      5407.60.10	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      5407.60.10, U.S. tariff item 5407.60.22,
			      Mexican tariff item 5407.60.02 from any
			      other chapter or from Canadian tariff
			      item 5402.43.10 or 5402.52.10, U.S.
			      tariff item 5402.43.10 or 5402.52.10,
			      Mexican tariff item 5402.43.01 or
			      5402.52.02, except from headings 51.06
			      through 51.10, 52.05 through 52.06 or
			      55.09 through 55.10.

54.07			      A change to heading 54.07 from any other
			      chapter, except from headings 51.06
			      through 51.10, 52.05 through 52.06 or
			      55.09 through 55.10.

54.08			      A change to heading 54.08 from any other
			      chapter, except from headings 51.06
			      through 51.10, 52.05 through 52.06 or
			      55.09 through 55.10.


Chapter 55		      Man-Made Staple Fibres

55.01-55.11		      A change to headings 55.01 through 55.11
			      from any other chapter, except from
			      headings 52.01 through 52.03 or 54.01
			      through 54.05.

55.12-55.16		      A change to headings 55.12 through 55.16
			      from any other heading outside that
			      group, except from headings 51.06 through
			      51.10, 52.05 through 52.06, 54.01 through
			      54.04 or 55.09 through 55.10.


Chapter 56		      Wadding, Felt and Nonwovens; Special
			      Yarns; Twine; Cordage, Ropes and Cables
			      and Articles Thereof

56.01-56.09		      A change to headings 56.01 through 56.09
			      from any other chapter, except from
			      headings 51.06 through 51.13, 52.04
			      through 52.12, 53.07 through 53.08, 53.10
			      through 53.11, or Chapters 54 through 55.

Chapter 57		      Carpets and Other Textile Floor Coverings

57.01-57.05		      A change to headings 57.01 through 57.05
			      from any other chapter, except from
			      headings 51.06 through 51.13, 52.04
			      through 52.12, 53.08, 53.11, 55.08
			      through 55.16, or Chapter 54.


Chapter 58		      Special Woven Fabrics; Tufted Textile
			      Fabrics; Lace; Tapestries; Trimmings;
			      Embroidery

58.01-58.11		      A change to headings 58.01 through 58.11
			      from any other chapter, except from
			      headings 51.06 through 51.13, 52.04
			      through 52.12, 53.07 through 53.08, 53.10
			      through 53.11, or Chapters 54 through 55.


Chapter 59		      Impregnated, Coated, Covered or Laminated
			      Textile Fabrics; Textile
			Articles of a Kind Suitable For Industrial Use

59.01			      A change to heading 59.01 from any other
			      chapter, except from headings 51.11
			      through 51.13, 52.08 through 52.12, 53.10
			      through 53.11, 54.07 through 54.08, or
			      55.12 through 55.16.

59.02			      A change to heading 59.02 from any other
			      heading, except from headings 51.06
			      through 51.13, 52.04 through 52.12, 53.06
			      through 53.11, or Chapters 54 through 55.


59.03-59.08		      A change to headings 59.03 through 59.08
			      from any other chapter, except from
			      headings 51.11 through 51.13, 52.08
			      through 52.12, 53.10 through 53.11, 54.07
			      through 54.08, or 55.12 through 55.16.

59.09			      A change to heading 59.09 from any other
			      chapter, except from headings 51.11
			      through 51.13, 52.08 through 52.12, 53.10
			      through 53.11, 55.12 through 55.16, or
			      Chapter 54.

59.10			      A change to heading 59.10 from any other
			      heading, except from headings 51.06
			      through 51.13, 52.04 through 52.12, 53.07
			      through 53.08, 53.10 through 53.11, or
			      Chapters 54 through 55.

59.11			      A change to heading 59.11 from any other
			      chapter, except from headings 51.11
			      through 51.13, 52.08 through 52.12, 53.10
			      through 53.11, 54.07 through 54.08, or
			      55.12 through 55.16.


Chapter 60		      Knitted or Crocheted Fabrics

60.01-60.02		      A change to headings 60.01 through 60.02
			      from any other chapter, except from
			      headings 51.06 through 51.13, 53.07
			      through 53.08, 53.10 through 53.11, or
			      Chapters 52, 54 through 55.


Chapter 61		      Articles of Apparel and Clothing
			      Accessories, Knitted or Crocheted


	    Note 1:	A change to any of the following headings or
			subheadings for visible lining fabrics:

			51.11-51.12, 5208.31-5208.59, 5209.31-5209.59,
			5210.31-5210.59, 5211.31-5211.59,
			5212.13-5212.15, 5212.23-5212.25,
			5407.42-5407.44, 5407.52-5407.54, 5407.60,
			5407.72-5407.74, 5407.82-5407.84,
			5407.92-5407.94, 5408.22-5408.24 (excluding
			Canadian tariff item 5408.22.10,
			5408.23.10 or 5408.24.10, U.S. tariff
			item 5408.22.h1, 5408.23.h1 or 5408.24.h1,
			Mexican tariff item 5408.22.x1, 5408.23.x1 or
			5408.24.x1), 5408.32-5408.34, 5512.19,
			5512.29, 5512.99, 5513.21-5513.49,
			5514.21-5515.99, 5516.12-5516.14,
			5516.22-5516.24, 5516.32-5516.34,
			5516.42-5516.44, 5516.92-5516.94, 6001.10,
			6001.92, 6002.43, or 6002.91-6002.93, from any
			other heading outside that group.

	    Note 2:	Apparel products of this Chapter shall be
			considered to originate in the territory of a
			Party if they are both cut and sewn or
			otherwise assembled in the territory of one or
			more of the Parties and if the outer shell,
			exclusive of collars or cuffs, is wholly of
			fabrics of Canadian tariff item 6002.92.a1,
			U.S. tariff item 6002.92.10, Mexican tariff
			item 6002.92.01.

	    Note 3:	For the purpose of determining the origin of a
			good of this Chapter, the rule applicable to
			that good shall only apply to the fabric which
			imparts to the good its essential character
			and such fabric must satisfy the tariff change
			requirements set out in the rule for that
			good.  If the rule requires that the good must
			also satisfy the tariff change requirements
			for visible lining fabrics listed in Note 1,
			such requirement shall only apply to the
			visible lining fabric in the main body of the
			garment, excluding sleeves,  which covers the
			largest surface area, and shall not apply to
			removable linings.

6101.10-6101.30 	      A change to subheadings 6101.10 through
			      6101.30 from any other chapter, except
			      from headings 51.06 through 51.13, 52.04
			      through 52.12, 53.07 through 53.08, 53.10
			      through 53.11, 55.08 through 55.16, 60.01
			      through 60.02, or Chapter 54; provided
			      the goods are both cut (or knit to shape)
			      and sewn or otherwise assembled in the
			      territory of one or more of the Parties,
			      and visible lining fabrics listed in Note
			      1 satisfy the tariff change requirements
			      provided therein.

6101.90 		A change to subheading 6101.90	from any other
			chapter, except from headings 51.06 through
			51.13, 52.04 through 52.12, 53.07 through
			53.08, 53.10 through 53.11, 55.08 through
			55.16, 60.01 through 60.02, or Chapter 54;
			provided the goods are both cut (or knit to
			shape) and sewn or otherwise assembled in the
			territory of one or more of the Parties.

6102.10-6102.30 	      A change to subheadings 6102.10 through
			      6102.30 from any other chapter, except
			      from headings 51.06 through 51.13, 52.04
			      through 52.12, 53.07 through 53.08, 53.10
			      through 53.11, 55.08 through 55.16, 60.01
			      through 60.02, or Chapter 54; provided
			      the goods are both cut (or knit to shape)
			      and sewn or otherwise assembled in the
			      territory of one or more of the Parties,
			      and visible lining fabrics listed in Note
			      1 satisfy the tariff change requirements
			      provided therein.

6102.90 		A change to subheading 6102.90 from any other
			chapter, except from headings 51.06 through
			51.13, 52.04 through 52.12, 53.07 through
			53.08, 53.10 through 53.11, 55.08 through
			55.16, 60.01 through 60.02, or Chapter 54;
			provided the goods are both cut (or knit to
			shape) and sewn or otherwise assembled in the
			territory of one or more of the Parties.

6103.11-6103.12 	      A change to subheadings 6103.11 through
			      6103.12 from any other chapter, except
			      from headings 51.06 through 51.13, 52.04
			      through 52.12, 53.07 through 53.08, 53.10
			      through 53.11, 55.08 through 55.16, 60.01
			      through 60.02, or Chapter 54; provided
			      the goods are both cut (or knit to shape)
			      and sewn or otherwise assembled in the
			      territory of one or more of the Parties,
			      and visible lining fabrics listed in Note
			      1 satisfy the tariff change requirements
			      provided therein.

6103.19

      6103.19.90	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      6103.19.90, U.S. tariff item 6103.19.40,
			      Mexican tariff item 6103.19.02 or
			      6103.19.99 from any other chapter, except
			      from headings 51.06 through 51.13, 52.04
			      through 52.12, 53.07 through 53.08, 53.10
			      through 53.11, 55.08 through 55.16, 60.01
			      through 60.02, or Chapter 54; provided
			      the goods are both cut (or knit to shape)
			      and sewn or otherwise assembled in the
			      territory of one or more of the Parties.

      6103.19		A change to subheading 6103.19 from any other
			chapter, except from headings 51.06 through
			51.13, 52.04 through 52.12, 53.07 through
			53.08, 53.10 through 53.11, 55.08 through
			55.16, 60.01 through 60.02, or Chapter 54;
			provided the goods are both cut (or knit to
			shape) and sewn or otherwise assembled in the
			territory of one or more of the Parties, and
			visible lining fabrics listed in Note 1
			satisfy the tariff change requirements
			provided therein.

6103.21-6103.29 	      A change to subheadings 6103.21 through
			      6103.29 from any other chapter, except
			      from headings 51.06 through 51.13, 52.04
			      through 52.12, 53.07 through 53.08, 53.10
			      through 53.11, 55.08 through 55.16, 60.01
			      through 60.02, or Chapter 54; provided
			      the goods are both cut (or knit to shape)
			      and sewn or otherwise assembled in the
			      territory of one or more of the Parties
			      and, with the additional requirement that
			      garments described in heading 61.01 or
			      jackets or blazers described in heading
			      61.03, of wool, fine animal hair, cotton
			      or man-made fibres, imported as part of
			      the ensembles of these subheadings, the
			      visible lining fabrics listed in Note 1
			      satisfy the tariff change requirements
			      provided therein.

6103.31-6103.33 	      A change to subheadings 6103.31 through
			      6103.33 from any other chapter, except
			      from headings 51.06 through 51.13, 52.04
			      through 52.12, 53.07 through 53.08, 53.10
			      through 53.11, 55.08 through 55.16, 60.01
			      through 60.02, or Chapter 54; provided
			      the goods are both cut (or knit to shape)
			      and sewn or otherwise assembled in the
			      territory of one or more of the Parties,
			      and visible lining fabrics listed in Note
			      1 satisfy the tariff change requirements
			      provided therein.

6103.39

      6103.39.90	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      6103.39.90, U.S. tariff item 6103.39.20,
			      Mexican tariff item 6103.39.02 or
			      6103.39.99 from any other chapter, except
			      from headings 51.06 through 51.13, 52.04
			      through 52.12, 53.07 through 53.08, 53.10
			      through 53.11, 55.08 through 55.16, 60.01
			      through 60.02, or Chapter 54; provided
			      the goods are both cut (or knit to shape)
			      and sewn or otherwise assembled in the
			      territory of one or more of the Parties.

      6103.39		A change to subheading 6103.39 from any other
			chapter, except from headings 51.06 through
			51.13, 52.04 through 52.12, 53.07 through
			53.08, 53.10 through 53.11, 55.08 through
			55.16, 60.01 through 60.02, or Chapter 54;
			provided the goods are both cut (or knit to
			shape) and sewn or otherwise assembled in the
			territory of one or more of the Parties, and
			visible lining fabrics listed in Note 1
			satisfy the tariff change requirements
			provided therein.

6103.41-6103.49 	      A change to subheadings 6103.41 through
			      6103.49 from any other chapter, except
			      from headings 51.06 through 51.13, 52.04
			      through 52.12, 53.07 through 53.08, 53.10
			      through 53.11, 55.08 through 55.16, 60.01
			      through 60.02, or Chapter 54; provided
			      the goods are both cut (or knit to shape)
			      and sewn or otherwise assembled in the
			      territory of one or more of the Parties.

6104.11-6104.13 	      A change to subheadings 6104.11 through
			      6104.13 from any other chapter, except
			      from headings 51.06 through 51.13, 52.04
			      through 52.12, 53.07 through 53.08, 53.10
			      through 53.11, 55.08 through 55.16, 60.01
			      through 60.02, or Chapter 54; provided
			      the goods are both cut (or knit to shape)
			      and sewn or otherwise assembled in the
			      territory of one or more of the Parties,
			      and visible lining fabrics listed in Note
			      1 satisfy the tariff change requirements
			      provided therein.

6104.19

      6104.19.90	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      6104.19.90, U.S. tariff item 6104.19.20,
			      Mexican tariff item 6104.19.02 or
			      6104.19.99 from any other chapter, except
			      from headings 51.06 through 51.13, 52.04
			      through 52.12, 53.07 through 53.08, 53.10
			      through 53.11, 55.08 through 55.16, 60.01
			      through 60.02, or Chapter 54; provided
			      the goods are both cut (or knit to shape)
			      and sewn or otherwise assembled in the
			      territory of one or more of the Parties.

      6104.19		A change to subheading 6104.19 from any other
			chapter, except from headings 51.06 through
			51.13, 52.04 through 52.12, 53.07 through
			53.08, 53.10 through 53.11, 55.08 through
			55.16, 60.01 through 60.02, or Chapter 54;
			provided the goods are both cut (or knit to
			shape) and sewn or otherwise assembled in the
			territory of one or more of the Parties, and
			visible lining fabrics listed in Note 1
			satisfy the tariff change requirements
			provided therein.

6104.21-6104.29 	      A change to subheadings 6104.21 through
			      6104.29 from any other chapter, except
			      from headings 51.06 through 51.13, 52.04
			      through 52.12, 53.07 through 53.08, 53.10
			      through 53.11, 55.08 through 55.16, 60.01
			      through 60.02, or Chapter 54; provided
			      the goods are both cut (or knit to shape)
			      and sewn or otherwise assembled in the
			      territory of one or more of the Parties
			      and, with the additional requirement that
			      garments described in heading 61.02,
			      jackets or blazers described in heading
			      61.04, or skirts described in heading
			      61.04, of wool, fine animal hair, cotton
			      or man-made fibres, imported as part of
			      the ensembles of these subheadings, the
			      visible lining fabrics listed in Note 1
			      satisfy the tariff change requirements
			      provided therein.

6104.31-6104.33 	      A change to subheadings 6104.31 through
			      6104.33 from any other chapter, except
			      from headings 51.06 through 51.13, 52.04
			      through 52.12, 53.07 through 53.08, 53.10
			      through 53.11, 55.08 through 55.16, 60.01
			      through 60.02, or Chapter 54; provided
			      the goods are both cut (or knit to shape)
			      and sewn or otherwise assembled in the
			      territory of one or more of the Parties,
			      and visible lining fabrics listed in Note
			      1 satisfy the tariff change requirements
			      provided therein.

6104.39

      6104.39.90	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      6104.39.90, U.S. tariff item 6104.39.20,
			      Mexican tariff item 6104.39.02 or
			      6104.39.99 from any other chapter, except
			      from headings 51.06 through 51.13, 52.04
			      through 52.12, 53.07 through 53.08, 53.10
			      through 53.11, 55.08 through 55.16, 60.01
			      through 60.02, or Chapter 54; provided
			      the goods are both cut (or knit to shape)
			      and sewn or otherwise assembled in the
			      territory of one or more of the Parties.

      6104.39		A change to subheading 6104.39 from any other
			chapter, except from headings 51.06 through
			51.13, 52.04 through 52.12, 53.07 through
			53.08, 53.10 through 53.11, 55.08 through
			55.16, 60.01 through 60.02, or Chapter 54;
			provided the goods are both cut (or knit to
			shape) and sewn or otherwise assembled in the
			territory of one or more of the Parties, and
			visible lining fabrics listed in Note 1
			satisfy the tariff change requirements
			provided therein.

6104.41-6104.49 	      A change to subheadings 6104.41 through
			      6104.49 from any other chapter, except
			      from headings 51.06 through 51.13, 52.04
			      through 52.12, 53.07 through 53.08, 53.10
			      through 53.11, 55.08 through 55.16, 60.01
			      through 60.02, or Chapter 54; provided
			      the goods are both cut (or knit to shape)
			      and sewn or otherwise assembled in the
			      territory of one or more of the Parties.

6104.51-6104.53 	      A change to subheadings 6104.51 through
			      6104.53 from any other chapter, except
			      from headings 51.06 through 51.13, 52.04
			      through 52.12, 53.07 through 53.08, 53.10
			      through 53.11, 55.08 through 55.16, 60.01
			      through 60.02, or Chapter 54; provided
			      the goods are both cut (or knit to shape)
			      and sewn or otherwise assembled in the
			      territory of one or more of the Parties,
			      and visible lining fabrics listed in Note
			      1 satisfy the tariff change requirements
			      provided therein.

6104.59

      6104.59.90	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      6104.59.90, U.S. tariff item 6104.59.20,
			      Mexican tariff item 6104.59.02 or
			      6104.59.99 from any other chapter, except
			      from headings 51.06 through 51.13, 52.04
			      through 52.12, 53.07 through 53.08, 53.10
			      through 53.11, 55.08 through 55.16, 60.01
			      through 60.02, or Chapter 54; provided
			      the goods are both cut (or knit to shape)
			      and sewn or otherwise assembled in the
			      territory of one or more of the Parties.

      6104.59		A change to subheading 6104.59 from any other
			chapter, except from headings 51.06 through
			51.13, 52.04 through 52.12, 53.07 through
			53.08, 53.10 through 53.11, 55.08 through
			55.16, 60.01 through 60.02, or Chapter 54;
			provided the goods are both cut (or knit to
			shape) and sewn or otherwise assembled in the
			territory of one or more of the Parties, and
			visible lining fabrics listed in Note 1
			satisfy the tariff change requirements
			provided therein.

6104.61-6104.69 	      A change to subheadings 6104.61 through
			      6104.69 from any other chapter, except
			      from headings 51.06 through 51.13, 52.04
			      through 52.12, 53.07 through 53.08, 53.10
			      through 53.11, 55.08 through 55.16, 60.01
			      through 60.02, or Chapter 54; provided
			      the goods are both cut (or knit to shape)
			      and sewn or otherwise assembled in the
			      territory of one or more of the Parties.

61.05-61.17		      A change to headings 61.05 through 61.17
			      from any other chapter, except from
			      headings 51.06 through 51.13, 52.04
			      through 52.12, 53.07 through 53.08, 53.10
			      through 53.11, 55.08 through 55.16, 60.01
			      through 60.02, or Chapter 54; provided
			      the goods are both cut (or knit to shape)
			      and sewn or otherwise assembled in the
			      territory of one or more of the Parties.



Chapter 62		      Articles of Apparel and Clothing
			      Accessories, Not Knitted or	  Crocheted


	    Note 1:	A change to any of the following headings or
			subheadings for visible lining fabrics:

			51.11-51.12, 5208.31-5208.59, 5209.31-5209.59,
			5210.31-5210.59, 5211.31-5211.59,
			5212.13-5212.15, 5212.23-5212.25,
			5407.42-5407.44, 5407.52-5407.54, 5407.60,
			5407.72-5407.74, 5407.82-5407.84,
			5407.92-5407.94, 5408.22-5408.24 (excluding
			Canadian tariff item 5408.22.10, 5408.23.10 or
			5408.24.10, U.S. tariff item 5408.22.h1,
			5408.23.h1 or 5408.24.h1, Mexican tariff item
			5408.22.x1, 5408.23.x1 or 5408.24.x1),
			5408.32-5408.34, 5512.19, 5512.29, 5512.99,
			5513.21-5513.49, 5514.21-5515.99,
			5516.12-5516.14, 5516.22-5516.24,
			5516.32-5516.34, 5516.42-5516.44,
			5516.92-5516.94, 6001.10, 6001.92, 6002.43, or
			6002.91-6002.93, from any other heading
			outside that group.

	    Note 2:	Apparel products of this Chapter shall be
			considered to originate if they are both cut
			and sewn or otherwise assembled in the
			territory of one or more of the Parties and if
			the outer shell, exclusive of collars or
			cuffs, is wholly of one or more of the
			following fabrics:

			(i)   Velveteen fabrics of subheading 5801.23,
			      containing 85 per cent or more by weight
			      of cotton;

			(ii)  Corduroy fabrics of subheading 5801.22,
			      containing 85 per cent or more by weight
			      of cotton and containing more than 7.5
			      wales per centimetre;

			(iii)	    Fabrics of subheading 5111.11 or
				    5111.19, if hand-woven, with a loom
				    width of less than 76 cm, woven in
				    the United Kingdom in accordance
				    with the rules and regulations of
				    the Harris Tweed Association, Ltd.,
				    and so certified by the Association;

			(iv)  Fabrics of subheading 5112.30, weighing
			      not more than 340 grams per square metre,
			      containing wool, not less than 20 per
			      cent by weight of fine animal hair and
			      not less than 15 per cent by weight of
			      man-made staple fibres;

			(v)   Batiste fabrics of subheading 5513.11 or
			      5513.21, of square construction, of
			      single yarns exceeding 76 metric count,
			      containing between 60 and 70 warp ends
			      and filling picks per square centimetre,
			      of a weight not exceeding 110 grams per
			      square metre.


	    Note 3:	For the purpose of determining the origin of a
			good of this Chapter, the rule applicable to
			that good shall only apply to the fabric which
			imparts to the good its essential character
			and such fabric must satisfy the tariff change
			requirements set out in the rule for that
			good.  If the rule requires that the good must
			also satisfy the tariff change requirements
			for visible lining fabrics listed in Note 1,
			such requirement shall only apply to the
			visible lining fabric in the main body of the
			garment, excluding sleeves,  which covers the
			largest surface area, and shall not apply to
			removable linings.


6201.11-6201.13 	      A change to subheadings 6201.11 through
			      6201.13 from any other chapter, except
			      from headings 51.06 through 51.13, 52.04
			      through 52.12, 53.07 through 53.08, 53.10
			      through 53.11, 55.08 through 55.16, 58.01
			      through 58.02, 60.01 through 60.02, or
			      Chapter 54; provided the goods are both
			      cut and sewn or otherwise assembled in
			      the territory of one or more of the
			      Parties, and visible lining fabrics
			      listed in Note 1 satisfy the tariff
			      change requirements provided therein.

6201.19 		A change to subheading 6201.19 from any other
			chapter, except from headings 51.06 through
			51.13, 52.04 through 52.12, 53.07 through
			53.08, 53.10 through 53.11, 55.08 through
			55.16, 58.01 through 58.02, 60.01 through
			60.02, or Chapter 54; provided the goods are
			both cut and sewn or otherwise assembled in
			the territory of one or more of the Parties.

6201.91-6201.93 	      A change to subheadings 6201.91 through
			      6201.93 from any other chapter, except
			      from headings 51.06 through 51.13, 52.04
			      through 52.12, 53.07 through 53.08, 53.10
			      through 53.11, 55.08 through 55.16, 58.01
			      through 58.02, 60.01 through 60.02, or
			      Chapter 54; provided the goods are both
			      cut and sewn or otherwise assembled in
			      the territory of one or more of the
			      Parties, and visible lining fabrics
			      listed in Note 1 satisfy the tariff
			      change requirements provided therein.

6201.99 		A change to subheading 6201.99 from any other
			chapter, except from headings 51.06 through
			51.13, 52.04 through 52.12, 53.07 through
			53.08, 53.10 through 53.11, 55.08 through
			55.16, 58.01 through 58.02, 60.01 through
			60.02, or Chapter 54; provided the goods are
			both cut and sewn or otherwise assembled in
			the territory of one or more of the Parties.

6202.11-6202.13 	      A change to subheadings 6202.11 through
			      6202.13 from any other chapter, except
			      from headings 51.06 through 51.13, 52.04
			      through 52.12, 53.07 through 53.08, 53.10
			      through 53.11, 55.08 through 55.16, 58.01
			      through 58.02, 60.01 through 60.02, or
			      Chapter 54; provided the goods are both
			      cut and sewn or otherwise assembled in
			      the territory of one or more of the
			      Parties, and visible lining fabrics
			      listed in Note 1 satisfy the tariff
			      change requirements provided therein.

6202.19 		A change to subheading 6202.19 from any other
			chapter, except from headings 51.06 through
			51.13, 52.04 through 52.12, 53.07 through
			53.08, 53.10 through 53.11, 55.08 through
			55.16, 58.01 through 58.02, 60.01 through
			60.02, or Chapter 54; provided the goods are
			both cut and sewn or otherwise assembled in
			the territory of one or more of the Parties.

6202.91-6202.93 	      A change to subheadings 6202.91 through
			      6202.93 from any other chapter, except
			      from headings 51.06 through 51.13, 52.04
			      through 52.12, 53.07 through 53.08, 53.10
			      through 53.11, 55.08 through 55.16, 58.01
			      through 58.02, 60.01 through 60.02, or
			      Chapter 54; provided the goods are both
			      cut and sewn or otherwise assembled in
			      the territory of one or more of the
			      Parties, and visible lining fabrics
			      listed in Note 1 satisfy the tariff
			      change requirements provided therein.

6202.99 		A change to subheading 6202.99 from any other
			chapter, except from headings 51.06 through
			51.13, 52.04 through 52.12, 53.07 through
			53.08, 53.10 through 53.11, 55.08 through
			55.16, 58.01 through 58.02, 60.01 through
			60.02, or Chapter 54; provided the goods are
			both cut and sewn or otherwise assembled in
			the territory of one or more of the Parties.

6203.11-6203.12 	      A change to subheadings 6203.11 through
			      6203.12 from any other chapter, except
			      from headings 51.06 through 51.13, 52.04
			      through 52.12, 53.07 through 53.08, 53.10
			      through 53.11, 55.08 through 55.16, 58.01
			      through 58.02, 60.01 through 60.02, or
			      Chapter 54; provided the goods are both
			      cut and sewn or otherwise assembled in
			      the territory of one or more of the
			      Parties, and visible lining fabrics
			      listed in Note 1 satisfy the tariff
			      change requirements provided therein.

6203.19

      6203.19.90	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      6203.19.90, U.S. tariff item 6203.19.40,
			      Mexican tariff item 6203.19.02 or
			      6203.19.99 from any other chapter, except
			      from headings 51.06 through 51.13, 52.04
			      through 52.12, 53.07 through 53.08, 53.10
			      through 53.11, 55.08 through 55.16, 58.01
			      through 58.02, 60.01 through 60.02, or
			      Chapter 54; provided the goods are both
			      cut and sewn or otherwise assembled in
			      the territory of one or more of the
			      Parties.

      6203.19		A change to subheading 6203.19 from any other
			chapter, except from headings 51.06 through
			51.13, 52.04 through 52.12, 53.07 through
			53.08, 53.10 through 53.11, 55.08 through
			55.16, 58.01 through 58.02, 60.01 through
			60.02, or Chapter 54; provided the goods are
			both cut and sewn or otherwise assembled in
			the territory of one or more of the Parties,
			and visible lining fabrics listed in Note 1
			satisfy the tariff change requirements
			provided therein.

6203.21-6203.29 	      A change to subheadings 6203.21 through
			      6203.29 from any other chapter, except
			      from headings 51.06 through 51.13, 52.04
			      through 52.12, 53.07 through 53.08, 53.10
			      through 53.11, 55.08 through 55.16, 60.01
			      through 60.02, or Chapter 54; provided
			      the goods are both cut (or knit to shape)
			      and sewn or otherwise assembled in the
			      territory of one or more of the Parties
			      and, with the additional requirement that
			      garments described in heading 62.01 or
			      jackets or blazers described in heading
			      62.03, of wool, fine animal hair, cotton
			      or man-made fibres, imported as part of
			      the ensembles of these subheadings, the
			      visible lining fabrics listed in Note 1
			      satisfy the tariff change requirements
			      provided therein.

6203.31-6203.33 	      A change to subheadings 6203.31 through
			      6203.33 from any other chapter, except
			      from headings 51.06 through 51.13, 52.04
			      through 52.12, 53.07 through 53.08, 53.10
			      through 53.11, 55.08 through 55.16, 58.01
			      through 58.02, 60.01 through 60.02, or
			      Chapter 54; provided the goods are both
			      cut and sewn or otherwise assembled in
			      the territory of one or more of the
			      Parties, and visible lining fabrics
			      listed in Note 1 satisfy the tariff
			      change requirements provided therein.

6203.39

      6203.39.a1	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      6203.39.a1, U.S. tariff item 6203.39.40,
			      Mexican tariff item 6203.39.02 or
			      6203.39.99 from any other chapter, except
			      from headings 51.06 through 51.13, 52.04
			      through 52.12, 53.07 through 53.08, 53.10
			      through 53.11, 55.08 through 55.16, 58.01
			      through 58.02, 60.01 through 60.02, or
			      Chapter 54; provided the goods are both
			      cut and sewn or otherwise assembled in
			      the territory of one or more of the
			      Parties.

      6203.39		A change to subheading 6203.39 from any other
			chapter, except from headings 51.06 through
			51.13, 52.04 through 52.12, 53.07 through
			53.08, 53.10 through 53.11, 55.08 through
			55.16, 58.01 through 58.02, 60.01 through
			60.02, or Chapter 54; provided the goods are
			both cut and sewn or otherwise assembled in
			the territory of one or more of the Parties,
			and visible lining fabrics listed in Note 1
			satisfy the tariff change requirements
			provided therein.

6203.41-6203.49 	      A change to subheadings 6203.41 through
			      6203.49 from any other chapter, except
			      from headings 51.06 through 51.13, 52.04
			      through 52.12, 53.07 through 53.08, 53.10
			      through 53.11, 55.08 through 55.16, 58.01
			      through 58.02, 60.01 through 60.02, or
			      Chapter 54; provided the goods are both
			      cut and sewn or otherwise assembled in
			      the territory of one or more of the
			      Parties.

6204.11-6204.13 	      A change to subheadings 6204.11 through
			      6204.13 from any other chapter, except
			      from headings 51.06 through 51.13, 52.04
			      through 52.12, 53.07 through 53.08, 53.10
			      through 53.11, 55.08 through 55.16, 58.01
			      through 58.02, 60.01 through 60.02, or
			      Chapter 54; provided the goods are both
			      cut and sewn or otherwise assembled in
			      the territory of one or more of the
			      Parties, and visible lining fabrics
			      listed in Note 1 satisfy the tariff
			      change requirements provided therein.

6204.19

      6204.19.a1	      A change to Canadian tariff 6204.19.a1,
			      U.S. tariff item 6204.19.30, Mexican
			      tariff item 6204.19.02 or 6204.19.99 from
			      any other chapter, except from headings
			      51.06 through 51.13, 52.04 through 52.12,
			      53.07 through 53.08, 53.10 through 53.11,
			      55.08 through 55.16, 58.01 through 58.02,
			      60.01 through 60.02, or Chapter 54;
			      provided the goods are both cut and sewn
			      or otherwise assembled in the territory
			      of one or more of the Parties.

      6204.19		A change to subheading 6204.19 from any other
			chapter, except from headings 51.06 through
			51.13, 52.04 through 52.12, 53.07 through
			53.08, 53.10 through 53.11, 55.08 through
			55.16, 58.01 through 58.02, 60.01 through
			60.02, or Chapter 54; provided the goods are
			both cut and sewn or otherwise assembled in
			the territory of one or more of the Parties,
			and visible lining fabrics listed in Note 1
			satisfy the tariff change requirements
			provided therein.

6204.21-6204.29 	      A change to subheadings 6204.21 through
			      6204.29 from any other chapter, except
			      from headings 51.06 through 51.13, 52.04
			      through 52.12, 53.07 through 53.08, 53.10
			      through 53.11, 55.08 through 55.16, 60.01
			      through 60.02, or Chapter 54; provided
			      the goods are both cut (or knit to shape)
			      and sewn or otherwise assembled in the
			      territory of one or more of the Parties
			      and, with the additional requirement that
			      garments described in heading 62.02,
			      jackets or blazers described in heading
			      62.04, or skirts described in heading
			      62.04, of wool, fine animal hair, cotton
			      or man-made fibres, imported as part of
			      the ensembles of these subheadings, the
			      visible lining fabrics listed in Note 1
			      satisfy the tariff change requirements
			      provided therein.

6204.31-6204.33 	      A change to subheadings 6204.31 through
			      6204.33 from any other chapter, except
			      from headings 51.06 through 51.13, 52.04
			      through 52.12, 53.07 through 53.08, 53.10
			      through 53.11, 55.08 through 55.16, 58.01
			      through 58.02, 60.01 through 60.02, or
			      Chapter 54; provided the goods are both
			      cut and sewn or otherwise assembled in
			      the territory of one or more of the
			      Parties, and visible lining fabrics
			      listed in Note 1 satisfy the tariff
			      change requirements provided therein.

6204.39

      6204.39.90	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      6204.39.90, U.S. tariff item 6204.39.60
			      or 6204.39.80, Mexican tariff item
			      6204.39.02 from any other chapter, except
			      from headings 51.06 through 51.13, 52.04
			      through 52.12, 53.07 through 53.08, 53.10
			      through 53.11, 55.08 through 55.16, 58.01
			      through 58.02, 60.01 through 60.02, or
			      Chapter 54; provided the goods are both
			      cut and sewn or otherwise assembled in
			      the territory of one or more of the
			      Parties.

      6204.39		A change to subheading 6204.39 from any other
			chapter, except from headings 51.06 through
			51.13, 52.04 through 52.12, 53.07 through
			53.08, 53.10 through 53.11, 55.08 through
			55.16, 58.01 through 58.02, 60.01 through
			60.02, or Chapter 54; provided the goods are
			both cut and sewn or otherwise assembled in
			the territory of one or more of the Parties,
			and visible lining fabrics listed in Note 1
			satisfy the tariff change requirements
			provided therein.

6204.41-6204.49 	      A change to subheadings 6204.41 through
			      6204.49 from any other chapter, except
			      from headings 51.06 through 51.13, 52.04
			      through 52.12, 53.07 through 53.08, 53.10
			      through 53.11, 55.08 through 55.16, 58.01
			      through 58.02, 60.01 through 60.02, or
			      Chapter 54; provided the goods are both
			      cut and sewn or otherwise assembled in
			      the territory of one or more of the
			      Parties.

6204.51-6204.53 	      A change to subheadings 6204.51 through
			      6204.53 from any other chapter, except
			      from headings 51.06 through 51.13, 52.04
			      through 52.12, 53.07 through 53.08, 53.10
			      through 53.11, 55.08 through 55.16, 58.01
			      through 58.02, 60.01 through 60.02, or
			      Chapter 54; provided the goods are both
			      cut and sewn or otherwise assembled in
			      the territory of one or more of the
			      Parties, and visible lining fabrics
			      listed in Note 1 satisfy the tariff
			      change requirements provided therein.

6204.59

      6204.59.90	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      6204.59.90, U.S. tariff item 6204.59.40,
			      Mexican tariff item 6204.59.02 or
			      6204.59.99 from any other chapter, except
			      from headings 51.06 through 51.13, 52.04
			      through 52.12, 53.07 through 53.08, 53.10
			      through 53.11, 55.08 through 55.16, 58.01
			      through 58.02, 60.01 through 60.02, or
			      Chapter 54; provided the goods are both
			      cut and sewn or otherwise assembled in
			      the territory of one or more of the
			      Parties.

      6204.59		A change to subheading 6204.59 from any other
			chapter, except from headings 51.06 through
			51.13, 52.04 through 52.12, 53.07 through
			53.08, 53.10 through 53.11, 55.08 through
			55.16, 58.01 through 58.02, 60.01 through
			60.02, or Chapter 54; provided the goods are
			both cut and sewn or otherwise assembled in
			the territory of one or more of the Parties,
			and visible lining fabrics listed in Note 1
			satisfy the tariff change requirements
			provided therein.

6204.61-6204.69 	      A change to subheadings 6204.61 through
			      6204.69 from any other chapter, except
			      from headings 51.06 through 51.13, 52.04
			      through 52.12, 53.07 through 53.08, 53.10
			      through 53.11, 55.08 through 55.16, 58.01
			      through 58.02, 60.01 through 60.02, or
			      Chapter 54; provided the goods are both
			      cut and sewn or otherwise assembled in
			      the territory of one or more of the
			      Parties.

6205.10 		A change to subheading 6205.10 from any other
			chapter, except from headings 51.06 through
			51.13, 52.04 through 52.12, 53.07 through
			53.08, 53.10 through 53.11, 55.08 through
			55.16, 58.01 through 58.02, 60.01 through
			60.02, or Chapter 54; provided the goods are
			both cut and sewn or otherwise assembled in
			the territory of one or more of the Parties.

6205.20-6205.30   Note:       Men's or boys' shirts of cotton or
			      man-made fibres shall be considered to
			      originate if they are both cut and
			      assembled in the territory of one or more
			      of the Parties and if the outer shell,
			      exclusive of collars or cuffs, is wholly
			      of one or more of the following fabrics:

			(i)   Fabrics of subheading 5208.21, 5208.22,
			      5208.29, 5208.31, 5208.32, 5208.39,
			      5208.41, 5208.42, 5208.49, 5208.51,
			      5208.52 or 5208.59, of average yarn
			      number exceeding 135 metric;

			(ii)  Fabrics of subheading 5513.11 or 5513.21,
			      not of square construction, containing
			      more than 70 warp ends and filling picks
			      per square centimetre, of average yarn
			      number exceeding 70 metric;

			(iii)	    Fabrics of subheading 5210.21 or
				    5210.31, not of square construction,
				    containing more than 70 warp ends
				    and filling picks per square
				    centimetre, of average yarn number
				    exceeding 70 metric;

			(iv)  Fabrics of subheading 5208.22 or 5208.32,
			      not of square construction, containing
			      more than 75 warp ends and filling picks
			      per square centimetre, of average yarn
			      number exceeding 65 metric;

			(v)   Fabrics of subheading 5407.81, 5407.82 or
			      5407.83, weighing less than 170 grams per
			      square metre,  having a dobby weave
			      created by a dobby attachment;

			(vi)  Fabrics of subheading 5208.42 or 5208.49,
			      not of square construction, containing
			      more than 85 warp ends and filling picks
			      per square centimetre, of average yarn
			      number exceeding 85 metric;

			(vii)	    Fabrics of subheading 5208.51, of
				    square construction, containing more
				    than 75 warp ends and filling picks
				    per square centimetre, made with
				    single yarns, of average yarn number
				    95 or greater metric;

			(viii)	    Fabrics of subheading 5208.41, of
				    square construction, with a gingham
				    pattern, containing more than 85
				    warp ends and filling picks per
				    square centimetre, made with single
				    yarns, of average yarn number 95 or
				    greater metric, and characterized by
				    a check effect produced by the
				    variation in color of the yarns in
				    the warp and filling.

			A change to subheadings 6205.20 through
			6205.30 from any other chapter, except from
			headings 51.06 through 51.13, 52.04 through
			52.12, 53.07 through 53.08, 53.10 through
			53.11, 55.08 through 55.16, 58.01 through
			58.02, 60.01 through 60.02, or Chapter 54;
			provided the goods are both cut and sewn or
			otherwise assembled in the territory of one or
			more of the Parties.

6205.90 		A change to subheading 6205.90 from any other
			chapter, except from headings 51.06 through
			51.13, 52.04 through 52.12, 53.07 through
			53.08, 53.10 through 53.11, 55.08 through
			55.16, 58.01 through 58.02, 60.01 through
			60.02, or Chapter 54; provided the goods are
			both cut and sewn or otherwise assembled in
			the territory of one or more of the Parties.

62.06-62.11		      A change to headings 62.06 through 62.11
			      from any other chapter, except from
			      headings 51.06 through 51.13, 52.04
			      through 52.12, 53.07 through 53.08, 53.10
			      through 53.11, 55.08 through 55.16, 58.01
			      through 58.02, 60.01 through 60.02, or
			      Chapter 54; provided the goods are both
			      cut and sewn or otherwise assembled in
			      the territory of one or more of the
			      Parties.

6212.10 		A change to subheading 6212.10 from any
			other chapter; provided the goods are both cut
			and sewn or otherwise assembled in the
			territory of one or more of the Parties.

6212.20-6212.90 	      A change to subheadings 6212.20 through
			      6212.90 from any other chapter, except
			      from headings 51.06 through 51.13, 52.04
			      through 52.12, 53.07 through 53.08, 53.10
			      through 53.11, 55.08 through 55.16, 58.01
			      through 58.02, 60.01 through 60.02, or
			      Chapter 54; provided the goods are both
			      cut and sewn or otherwise assembled in
			      the territory of one or more of the
			      Parties.

62.13-62.17		      A change to headings 62.13 through 62.17
			      from any other chapter, except from
			      headings 51.06 through 51.13, 52.04
			      through 52.12, 53.07 through 53.08, 53.10
			      through 53.11, 55.08 through 55.16, 58.01
			      through 58.02, 60.01 through 60.02, or
			      Chapter 54; provided the goods are both
			      cut and sewn or otherwise assembled in
			      the territory of one or more of the
			      Parties.


Chapter 63		      Other Made Up Textile Articles; Sets;
			      Worn Clothing and Worn Textile Articles;
			      Rags

	    Note 1:	For the purpose of determining the origin of a
			good of this Chapter, the rule applicable to
			that good shall only apply to the fabric which
			imparts to the good its essential character
			and such fabric must satisfy the tariff change
			requirements set out in the rule for that
			good.


63.01-63.02		      A change to headings 63.01 through 63.02
			      from any other chapter, except from
			      headings 51.06 through 51.13, 52.04
			      through 52.12, 53.07 through 53.08, 53.10
			      through 53.11, Chapters 54 through 55,
			      headings 58.01 through 58.02 or 60.01
			      through 60.02; provided the goods are
			      both cut and sewn (or knit to shape) or
			      otherwise assembled in the territory of
			      one or more of the Parties.

63.03

      6303.92.a1	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      6303.92.a1, U.S. tariff item 6302.92.h1,
			      Mexican tariff item 6302.92.x1 from any
			      other chapter or from Canadian tariff
			      item 5402.43.10 or 5402.52.10, U.S.
			      tariff item 5402.43.10 or 5402.52.10,
			      Mexican tariff item 5402.43.01 or
			      5402.52.02, except from headings 51.06
			      through 51.13, 52.04 through 52.12, 53.07
			      through 53.08, 53.10 through 53.11,
			      Chapters 54 through 55, headings 58.01
			      through 58.02, 60.01 or 60.02; provided
			      the goods are both cut and sewn or
			      otherwise assembled in the territory of
			      one or more of the Parties.

      63.03		      A change to heading 63.03 from any other
			      chapter, except from headings 51.06
			      through 51.13, 52.04 through 52.12, 53.07
			      through 53.08, 53.10 through 53.11,
			      Chapters 54 through 55, headings 58.01
			      through 58.02 or 60.01 through 60.02;
			      provided the goods are both cut and sewn
			      (or knit to shape) or otherwise assembled
			      in the territory of one or more of the
			      Parties.

63.04-63.10		      A change to headings 63.04 through 63.10
			      from any other chapter, except from
			      headings 51.06 through 51.13, 52.04
			      through 52.12, 53.07 through 53.08, 53.10
			      through 53.11, Chapters 54 through 55,
			      headings 58.01 through 58.02 or 60.01
			      through 60.02; provided the goods are
			      both cut and sewn (or knit to shape) or
			      otherwise assembled in the territory of
			      one or more of the Parties.


Annex 00 SECTION XII Footwear, Headgear, Umbrellas, Sun Umbrellas, Walking-Sticks, Seat-
Sticks, Whips, Riding-Crops and Parts Thereof; Prepared Feathers
and Articles Made Therewith; Artificial Flowers; Articles of Human
Hair (Ch. 64-67)

Chapter 64		      Footwear, Gaiters and the Like; Parts of
			      Such Articles

6401.10-6406.10 	      A change to subheadings 6401.10 through
			      6406.10 from any other subheading outside
			      that group, provided there is a regional
			      value content of not less than 55% under
			      the net cost method.

6406.20-6406.99 	      A change to subheadings 6406.20 through
			      6406.99 from any other chapter.


Chapter 65		      Headgear and Parts Thereof

65.01-65.02		      A change to headings 65.01 through 65.02
			      from any other chapter.

65.03-65.07		      A change to headings 65.03 through 65.07
			      from any heading outside that group.


Chapter 66		      Umbrellas, Sun Umbrellas, Walking-Sticks,
			      Seat-Sticks, Whips, Riding-Crops and
			      Parts Thereof

66.01			      A change to heading 66.01 from any other
			      heading, except from a combination of
			      both:

			      a)    subheading 6603.20; and
			      b)    headings 39.20 through 39.21, 50.07,
				    51.11 through 51.13, 52.08 through
				    52.12, 53.09 through 53.11, 54.07
				    through 54.08, 55.12 through 55.16,
				    56.02 through 56.03, 58.01 through
				    58.11, 59.01 through 59.11, 60.01
				    through 60.02.

66.02			      A change to heading 66.02 from any other
			      heading.

66.03			      A change to heading 66.03 from any other
			      chapter.


Chapter 67		      Prepared Feathers and Down and Articles
			      Made of Feathers or of Down; Artificial
			      Flowers; Articles of Human Hair

67.01

      6701.00.10	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      6701.00.10, U.S. tariff item 6701.00.10,
			      Mexican tariff item 6701.00.01 or
			      6701.00.02 from any other tariff item.

      67.01		      A change to heading 67.01 from any other
			      chapter.

67.02			      A change to heading 67.02 from any other
			      heading.

67.03			      A change to heading 67.03 from any other
			      chapter.

67.04			      A change to heading 67.04 from any other
			      heading.


Annex 00 SECTION XIII Articles of Stone, Plaster, Cement, Asbestos, Mica or Similar
Materials; Ceramic Products; Glass and Glassware (Ch. 68-70)

Chapter 68		      Articles of Stone, Plaster, Cement,
			      Asbestos, Mica or Similar Materials

68.01-68.11		      A change to headings 68.01 through 68.11
			      from any other chapter.

6812.10 		A change to subheading 6812.10 from any other
			chapter.

6812.20 		A change to subheading 6812.20 from any other
			subheading.

6812.30-6812.40 	      A change to subheadings 6812.30 through
			      6812.40 from any other subheading outside
			      that group.

6812.50 		A change to subheading 6812.50 from any other
			subheading.

6812.60-6812.90 	      A change to subheadings 6812.60 through
			      6812.90 from any other subheading outside
			      that group.

68.13			      A change to heading 68.13 from any other
			      heading.

68.14-68.15		      A change to headings 68.14 through 68.15
			      from any other chapter.


Chapter 69		      Ceramic Products

69.01-69.14		      A change to headings 69.01 through 69.14
			      from any other chapter.


Chapter 70		      Glass and Glassware

70.01-70.02		      A change to headings 70.01 through 70.02
			      from any other chapter.

70.03-70.09		      A change to headings 70.03 through 70.09
			      from any other heading outside that
			      group.

70.10-70.20		      A change to headings 70.10 through 70.20
			      from any other heading, except from
			      headings 70.07 through 70.20.


Annex 00 SECTION XIV Natural or Cultured Pearls, Precious or Semiprecious Stones,
Precious Metals, Metals Clad with Precious Metal, and Articles
Thereof; Imitation Jewellery; Coin (Ch. 71)

Chapter 71		      Natural or Cultured Pearls, Precious or
			      Semi-Precious Stones, Precious Metals,
			      Metals Clad with Precious Metal, and
			      Articles Thereof; Imitation Jewellery;
			      Coin (Ch. 71)

71.01-71.12		      A change to headings 71.01 through 71.12
			      from any other chapter.

71.13-71.18		Note:	    Pearls, temporarily or permanently
				    strung but without the addition of
				    clasps or other ornamental features
				    of precious metals or stones, shall
				    be treated as a good of the country
				    in which the pearls were obtained.

			A change to headings 71.13 through 71.18 from
			any other heading outside that group.


Annex 00 SECTION XIX Arms and Ammunition; Parts and Accessories Thereof (Ch. 93)

Chapter 93		  Arms and Ammunition; Parts and Accessories
			  Thereof
93.01-93.04		  A change to headings 93.01 through 93.04
			  from any other chapter; or

			A change to headings 93.01 through 93.04 from
			heading 93.05, whether or not there is also a
			change from any other chapter, provided there
			is a regional value content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

93.05			  A change to heading 93.05 from any other
			  heading.

93.06-93.07		  A change to headings 93.06 through 93.07
			  from any other chapter.


Annex 00 SECTION XV Base Metals and Articles of Base Metal (Ch. 72-83)

Chapter 72		      Iron and Steel

72.01			      A change to heading 72.01 from any other
			      chapter.

7202.11-7202.60 	      A change to subheadings 7202.11 through
			      7202.60 from any other chapter.

7202.70 		A change to subheading 7202.70 from any other
			chapter, except from subheading 2613.10.

7202.80-7202.99 	      A change to subheadings 7202.80 through
			      7202.99 from any other chapter.

72.03-72.05		      A change to headings 72.03 through 72.05
			      from any other chapter.

72.06-72.07		      A change to headings 72.06 through 72.07
			      from any other heading outside that
			      group.

72.08-72.16		      A change to headings 72.08 through 72.16
			      from any other heading outside that
			      group.

72.17			      A change to heading 72.17 from any other
			      heading, except from headings 72.13
			      through 72.15.

72.18-72.22		      A change to headings 72.18 through 72.22
			      from any other heading outside that
			      group.

72.23			      A change to heading 72.23 from any other
			      heading, except from headings 72.21
			      through 72.22.

72.24-72.28		      A change to headings 72.24 through 72.28
			      from any other heading outside that
			      group.

72.29			      A change to heading 72.29 from any other
			      heading, except from headings 72.27
			      through 72.28.


Chapter 73		      Articles of Iron or Steel

73.01-73.03		      A change to headings 73.01 through 73.03
			      from any other chapter.

7304.10-7304.39 	      A change to subheadings 7304.10 through
			      7304.39 from any other chapter.

7304.41
      7304.41.10	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      7304.41.10, U.S. tariff item 7304.41.10,
			      Mexican tariff item 7304.41.02 or
			      7304.41.03 from subheading 7304.49 or
			      from any other chapter.

      7304.41		A change to subheading 7304.41 from any other
			chapter.

7304.49-7304.90 	      A change to subheadings 7304.49 through
			      7304.90 from any other chapter.

73.05-73.07		      A change to headings 73.05 through 73.07
			      from any other chapter.

73.08			      A change to heading 73.08 from any other
			      heading, except for changes resulting
			      from the following processes performed on
			      angles, shapes, or sections of heading
			      72.16:

			      a)    drilling, punching, notching,
				    cutting, cambering, or sweeping,
				    whether performed individually or in
				    combination;
			      b)    adding attachments or weldments for
				    composite construction;
			      c)    adding attachments for handling
				    purposes;
			      d)    adding weldments, connectors or
				    attachments to H-sections or I-
				    sections; provided that the maximum
				    dimension of the weldments,
				    connectors, or attachments is not
				    greater than the dimension between
				    the inner surfaces of the flanges of
				    the H-sections or I-sections
			      e)    painting, galvanizing, or otherwise
				    coating; or
			      f)    adding a simple base plate without
				    stiffening elements, individually or
				    in combination with drilling,
				    punching, notching, or cutting, to
				    create an article suitable as a
				    column.

73.09-73.11		      A change to headings 73.09 through 73.11
			      from any other heading outside that
			      group.

73.12-73.14		      A change to headings 73.12 through 73.14
			      from any other heading, including another
			      heading within that group.

7315.11-7315.12 	      A change to subheadings 7315.11 through
			      7315.12 from any other heading; or

			A change to subheadings 7315.11 through
			7315.12 from subheading 7315.19, whether or
			not there is also a change from any other
			heading, provided there is a regional value
			content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

7315.19 		A change to subheading 7315.19 from any other
			heading.

7315.20-7315.89 	      A change to subheadings 7315.20 through
			      7315.89 from any other heading; or

			A change to subheadings 7315.20 through
			7315.89 from subheading 7315.90, whether or
			not there is also a change from any other
			heading, provided there is a regional value
			content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

7315.90 		A change to subheading 7315.90 from any other
			heading.

73.16			      A change to heading 73.16 from any other
			      heading, except from heading 73.12 or
			      73.15.

73.17-73.18		      A change to headings 73.17 through 73.18
			      from any other heading outside that
			      group.


73.19-73.20		      A change to headings 73.19 through 73.20
			      from any other heading outside that
			      group.

7321.11

      7321.11.19	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      7321.11.19, U.S. tariff item 7321.11.30,
			      Mexican tariff item 7321.11.02 or
			      7321.11.03 from any other subheading,
			      except from Canadian tariff item
			      7321.90.51, 7321.90.52 or 7321.90.53,
			      U.S. tariff item 7321.90.32, 7321.90.34
			      or U.S. tariff item 7321.90.36, Mexican
			      tariff item 7321.90.05, 7321.90.06 or
			      7321.90.07.

      7321.11		A change to subheading 7321.11 from any other
			heading; or

			A change to subheading 7321.11 from subheading
			7321.90, whether or not there is also a change
			from any other heading, provided there is a
			regional value content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

7321.12-7321.83 	      A change to subheadings 7321.12 through
			      7321.83 from any other heading; or

			A change to subheadings 7321.12 through
			7321.83 from subheading 7321.90, whether or
			not there is also a change from any other
			heading, provided there is a regional value
			content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

7321.90

      7321.90.51	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      7321.90.51, U.S. tariff item 7321.90.32,
			      Mexican tariff item 7321.90.05 from any
			      other tariff item.

      7321.90.52	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      7321.90.52, U.S. tariff item 7321.90.34,
			      Mexican tariff item 7321.90.06 from any
			      other tariff item.

      7321.90.53	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      7321.90.53, U.S. tariff item 7321.90.36,
			      Mexican tariff item 7321.90.07 from any
			      other tariff item.

      7321.90		A change to subheading 7321.90 from any other
			heading.

73.22-73.23		      A change to headings 73.22 through 73.23
			      from any other heading outside that
			      group.

7324.10-7324.29 	      A change to subheadings 7324.10 through
			      7324.29 from any other heading; or

			A change to subheadings 7324.10 through
			7324.29 from subheading 7324.90, whether or
			not there is also a change from any other
			heading, provided there is a regional value
			content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

7324.90 		A change to subheading 7324.90 from any other
			heading.

73.25-73.26		      A change to headings 73.25 through 73.26
			      from any other heading outside that
			      group.



Chapter 74		      Copper and Articles Thereof

74.01-74.02		      A change to headings 74.01 through 74.02
			      from any other chapter.

74.03			      A change to heading 74.03 from any other
			      chapter; or

			A change to heading 74.03 from any of Canadian
			tariff item 7404.00.11, 7404.00.21 or
			7404.11.91, U.S. tariff item 7404.00.10,
			Mexican tariff item 7404.00.01 or 7404.11.02,
			heading 74.01 or 74.02, whether or not there
			is also a change from any other chapter,
			provided there is a regional value content of
			not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

74.04			      A change to heading 74.04 from any other
			      chapter.

74.05-74.07		      A change to headings 74.05 through 74.07
			      from any other chapter; or

			A change to headings 74.05 through 74.07 from
			any of Canadian tariff item 7404.00.11,
			7404.00.21 or 7404.00.91, U.S. tariff item
			7404.00.10, Mexican tariff item 7404.00.01 or
			7404.00.02, heading 74.01 or 74.02, whether or
			not there is also a change from any other
			chapter, provided there is a regional value
			content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

7408.11

      7408.11.11	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      7408.11.11 or 7408.11.21, U.S. tariff
			      item 7408.11.60, Mexican tariff item
			      7408.11.01 from any other chapter; or

			A change to Canadian tariff item 7408.11.11 or
			7408.11.21, U.S. tariff item 7408.11.60,
			Mexican tariff item 7408.11.01 from any of
			Canadian tariff item 7404.00.11, 7404.00.21 or
			7404.00.91, U.S. tariff item 7404.00.10,
			Mexican tariff item 7404.00.01 or 7404.00.02,
			or heading 74.01 or 74.02, whether or not
			there is also a change from any other chapter,
			provided there is a regional value content of
			not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

    7408.11		      A change to subheading 7408.11 from any
			      other heading, except from heading 74.07.


7408.19-7408.29 	      A change to subheadings 7408.19 through
			      7408.29 from any other heading, except
			      from heading 74.07.

74.09			      A change to heading 74.09 from any other
			      heading.

74.10			      A change to heading 74.10 from any other
			      heading, except from heading 74.09.

74.11			      A change to heading 74.11 from any other
			      heading, except from heading 74.09 or
			      Canadian tariff item 7407.10.13,
			      7407.10.22, 7407.21.13, 7407.21.22,
			      7407.22.13, 7407.22.22, 7407.29.13, or
			      7407.29.22, U.S. tariff item
			      7407.10.20, 7407.21.20, 7407.22.20 or
			      7407.29.20, Mexican tariff item
			      7407.10.02, 7407.21.02, 7407.22.02 or
			      7407.29.02.

74.12			      A change to heading 74.12 from any other
			      heading, except from heading 74.11.

74.13			      A change to heading 74.13 from any other
			      heading, except from headings 74.07
			      through 74.08; or

			A change to heading 74.13 from any of headings
			74.07 through 74.08, whether or not there is
			also a change from any other heading, provided
			there is a regional value content of not less
			than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

74.14-74.18		      A change to headings 74.14 through 74.18
			      from any other heading, including another
			      heading within that group.

7419.10 		A change to subheading 7419.10 from any other
			heading, except from heading 74.07.

7419.91-7419.99 	      A change to subheadings 7419.91 through
			      7419.99 from any other heading.


Chapter 75		      Nickel and Articles Thereof

75.01-75.04		      A change to headings 75.01 through 75.04
			      from any other chapter.

      75.05		      A change to heading 75.05 from any other
			      heading.

75.06

      7506.10.22	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      7506.10.22, U.S. tariff item 7506.10.50,
			      Mexican tariff item 7506.10.01 from any
			      other tariff item.

      7506.20.92	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      7506.20.92, U.S. tariff item 7506.20.50,
			      Mexican tariff item 7506.20.01 from any
			      other tariff item.

      75.06		      A change to heading 75.06 from any other
			      heading.

75.07-75.08		      A change to headings 75.07 through 75.08
			      from any other heading outside that
			      group.


Chapter 76		      Aluminum and Articles Thereof

76.01-76.03		      A change to headings 76.01 through 76.03
			      from any other chapter.

76.04-76.06		      A change to headings 76.04 through 76.06
			      from any other heading outside that
			      group.

76.07			      A change to heading 76.07 from any other
			      heading.

76.08-76.09		      A change to headings 76.08 through 76.09
			      from any other heading outside that
			      group.

76.10-76.13		      A change to headings 76.10 through 76.13
			      from any other heading, including another
			      heading within that group.

76.14			      A change to heading 76.14 from any other
			      heading, except from headings 76.04
			      through 76.05.

76.15-76.16		      A change to headings 76.15 through 76.16
			      from any other heading, including another
			      heading within that group.



Chapter 78		      Lead and Articles Thereof

78.01-78.02		      A change to headings 78.01 through 78.02
			      from any other chapter.

78.03-78.06		      A change to headings 78.03 through 78.06
			      from any other chapter; or

			A change to headings 78.03 through 78.06 from
			any other heading within Chapter 78, including
			another heading within that group, whether or
			not there is also a change from any other
			chapter, provided there is a regional value
			content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.


Chapter 79		      Zinc and Articles Thereof

79.01-79.03		      A change to headings 79.01 through 79.03
			      from any other chapter.

79.04-79.07		      A change to headings 79.04 through 79.07
			      from any other chapter; or

			A change to headings 79.04 through 79.07 from
			any other heading within Chapter 79, including
			another heading within that group, whether or
			not there is also a change from any other
			chapter, provided there is a regional value
			content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.


Chapter 80		      Tin and Articles Thereof

80.01-80.02		      A change to headings 80.01 through 80.02
			      from any other chapter.

80.03-80.04		      A change to headings 80.03 through 80.04
			      from any other heading outside that group.

80.05-80.07		      A change to headings 80.05 through 80.07
			      from any other heading outside that
			      group.


Chapter 81		      Other Base Metals; Cermets; Articles
			      Thereof

8101.10-8101.91 	      A change to subheadings 8101.10 through
			      8101.91 from any other chapter.

8101.92 		A change to subheading 8101.92 from any other
			subheading.

8101.93 		A change to subheading 8101.93 from any other
			chapter.

8101.99 		A change to subheading 8101.99 from any other
			subheading.

8102.10-8102.91 	      A change to subheadings 8102.10 through
			      8102.91 from any other chapter.

8102.92 		A change to subheading 8102.92 from any other
			subheading.

8102.93 		A change to subheading 8102.93 from any other
			subheading, except from Canadian tariff item
			8102.92.10, U.S. tariff item 8102.92.10,
			Mexican tariff item 8102.92.01.

8102.99 		A change to subheading 8102.99 from any other
			subheading.

8103.10 		A change to subheading 8103.10 from any other
			chapter.

8103.90 		A change to subheading 8103.90 from any other
			subheading.

8104.11-8104.30 	      A change to subheadings 8104.11 through
			      8104.30 from any other chapter.

8104.90 		A change to subheading 8104.90 from any other
			subheading.

8105.10 		A change to subheading 8105.10 from any other
			chapter.

8105.90 		A change to subheading 8105.90 from any other
			subheading.

81.06			      A change to heading 81.06 from any other
			      chapter.

8107.10 		A change to subheading 8107.10 from any other
			chapter.

8107.90 		      A change to subheading 8107.90 from any
			      other subheading.

8108.10 		A change to subheading 8108.10 from any other
			chapter.

8108.90 		A change to subheading 8108.90 from any other
			subheading.

8109.10 		A change to subheading 8109.10 from any other
			chapter.

8109.90 		A change to subheading 8109.90 from any other
			subheading.

81.10			      A change to heading 81.10 from any other
			      chapter.

81.11

      8111.00.21	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      8111.00.21. 8111.00.22, 8111.00.40, U.S.
			      tariff item 8111.00.60, Mexican tariff
			      item 8111.00.01 from any other tariff
			      item.

      81.11		      A change to heading 81.11 from any other
			      chapter.


81.12-81.13		      A change to headings 81.12 through 81.13
			      from any other chapter.


Chapter 82		      Tools, Implements, Cutlery, Spoons and
			      Forks, of Base Metal; Parts Thereof of
			      Base Metal
82.01-82.15		      A change to headings 82.01 through 82.15
			      from any other chapter.


Chapter 83		      Miscellaneous Articles of Base Metal

8301.10-8301.50 	      A change to subheadings 8301.10 through
			      8301.50 from any chapter; or

			A change to subheadings 8301.10 through
			8301.50 from subheading 8301.60, whether or
			not there is also a change from any other
			chapter, provided there is a regional value
			content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8301.60-8301.70 	      A change to subheadings 8301.60 through
			      8301.70 from any other chapter.

83.02-83.04		      A change to headings 83.02 through 83.04
			      from any other chapter.

8305.10-8305.20 	      A change to subheadings 8305.10 through
			      8305.20 from any other chapter; or

			A change to subheadings 8305.10 through
			8305.20 from subheading 8305.90, whether or
			not there is also a change from any other
			chapter, provided there is a regional value
			content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8305.90 		A change to subheading 8305.90 from any other
			chapter.

83.06-83.07		      A change to headings 83.06 through 83.07
			      from any other chapter.; or

			A change to headings 83.06 through 83.07 from
			within headings 83.06 through 83.07, whether
			or not there is also a change from any other
			chapter, provided there is a regional value
			content of not less than:

			      a)    60% the transaction value method is
				    used, or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8308.10-8308.20 	      A change to subheadings 8308.10 through
			      8308.20 from any other chapter; or

			A change to subheadings 8308.10 through
			8308.20 from subheading 8308.90, whether or
			not there is also a change from any other
			chapter, provided there is a regional value
			content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8308.90 		A change to subheading 8308.90 from any other
			chapter.

83.09-83.10		      A change to headings 83.09 through 83.10
			      from any other chapter.

8311.10-8311.30 	      A change to subheadings 8311.10 through
			      8311.30 from any other chapter; or

			A change to subheadings 8311.10 through
			8311.30 from subheading 8311.90, whether or
			not there is also a change from any other
			chapter, provided there is a regional value
			content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8311.90 		A change to subheading 8311.90 from any other
			chapter.


Annex 00 SECTION XVI Machinery and Mechanical Appliances; Electrical Equipment; Parts
Thereof; Sound Recorders and Reproducers, Television Image and
Sound Recorders and Reproducers, and Parts and Accessories of Such
Articles (Ch. 84-85)

Note:	    For purposes of this Section, the term, "printed circuit
	    assembly", means goods consisting of one or more printed
	    circuits of heading 85.34 with one or more active
	    elements assembled thereon, with or without passive
	    elements.  For purposes of this Note, "active elements"
	    means diodes, transistors and similar semiconductor
	    devices, whether or not photosensitive, of heading 85.41,
	    and integrated circuits and microassemblies of heading
	    85.42.



Chapter 84		      Nuclear Reactors, Boilers, Machinery and
			      Mechanical Appliances; Parts Thereof


	    Note X:	      Tariff item 8473.30.a3 covers the
			      following parts of printers:

			(1)   Control or command assemblies for
			      printers of subheading 8471.92,
			      incorporating at least two of the
			      following:  printed circuit assembly;
			      hard or flexible (floppy) disc drive;
			      keyboard; user interface;

			(2)   Light source assemblies for printers of
			      subheading 8471.92, incorporating at
			      least two of the following:  light
			      emitting diode assembly; gas laser;
			      mirror polygon assembly; base casting;

			(3)   Laser imaging assemblies for the printers
			      of subheading 8471.92, incorporating at
			      least two of the following:
			      photoreceptor belt or cylinder; toner
			      receptacle unit; toner developing unit;
			      charge/discharge unit; cleaning unit;

			(4)   Image fixing assemblies for the printers
			      of subheading 8471.92, incorporating at
			      least two of the following:  fuser;
			      pressure roller; heating element; release
			      oil dispenser; cleaning unit; electrical
			      control;

			(5)   Ink jet marking assemblies for the
			      printers of subheading 8471.92,
			      incorporating at least two of the
			      following:  thermal print head; ink
			      dispensing unit; nozzle and reservoir
			      unit; ink heater;

			(6)   Maintenance/sealing assemblies for the
			      printers of subheading 8471.92,
			      incorporating at least two of the
			      following:  vacuum unit; ink jet covering
			      unit; sealing unit; purging unit;

			(7)   Paper handling assemblies for the
			      printers of subheading 8471.92,
			      incorporating at least two of the
			      following:  paper transport belt; roller;
			      print bar; carriage; gripper roller;
			      paper storage unit; exit tray;

			(8)   Thermal transfer imaging assemblies for
			      the printers of subheading 8471.92,
			      incorporating at least two of the
			      following:  thermal print head; cleaning
			      unit; supply or take-up roller;

			(9)   Ionographic imaging assemblies for the
			      printers of subheading 8471.92,
			      incorporating at least two of the
			      following:  ion generation and emitting
			      unit; air assist unit; printed circuit
			      assembly; charge receptor belt or
			      cylinder; toner receptacle unit; toner
			      distribution unit; developer receptacle
			      and distribution unit; developing unit;
			      charge/discharge unit; cleaning unit; and

			(10)  Combinations of the above specified
			      assemblies.


8401.10-8401.30 	      A change to subheadings 8401.10 through
			      8401.30 from any other heading; or

			A change to subheadings 8401.10 through
			8401.30 from subheading 8401.40, whether or
			not there is also a change from any other
			heading, provided there is a regional value
			content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8401.40 		A change to subheading 8401.40 from any other
			heading.

8402.11-8402.20 	      A change to subheadings 8402.11 through
			      8402.20 from any other heading; or

			A change to subheadings 8402.11 through
			8402.20 from subheading 8402.90, whether or
			not there is also a change from any other
			heading, provided there is a regional value
			content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8402.90 		A change to subheading 8402.90 from any other
			heading; or

			A change to subheading 8402.90 from within
			subheading 8402.90, whether or not there is
			also a change from any other heading, provided
			there is a regional value content of not less
			than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8403.10 		A change to subheading 8403.10 from any other
			heading; or

			A change to subheading 8403.10 from subheading
			8403.90, whether or not there is also a change
			from any other heading, provided there is a
			regional value content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8403.90 		A change to subheading 8403.90 from any other
			heading.

8404.10-8404.20 	      A change to subheadings 8404.10 through
			      8404.20 from any other heading; or

			A change to subheadings 8404.10 through
			8404.20 from subheading 8404.90, whether or
			not there is also a change from any other
			heading, provided there is a regional value
			content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8404.90 		A change to subheading 8404.90 from any other
			heading.

8405.10 		A change to subheading 8405.10 from any other
			heading; or

			A change to subheadings 8405.10 from
			subheading 8405.90, whether or not there is
			also a change from any other heading, provided
			there is a regional value content of not less
			than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8405.90 		A change to subheading 8405.90 from any other
			heading.

8406.11-8406.19 	      A change to subheadings 8406.11 through
			      8406.19 from any other subheading outside
			      that group, except from Canadian tariff
			      item 8406.90.32 or 8406.90.34, U.S.
			      tariff item 8406.90.20, 8406.90.40,
			      8406.90.50 or 8406.90.70, Mexican tariff
			      item 8406.90.x1 or 8406.90.x2.

8406.90

      8406.90.a1	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      8406.90.32, U.S. tariff item 8406.90.20,
			      Mexican tariff item 8406.90.x1 from
			      Canadian tariff item 8406.90.31, U.S.
			      tariff item 8406.90.30 or 8406.90.60,
			      Mexican tariff item 8406.90.x3 or any
			      other heading.

      US8406.90.50	A change to U.S. tariff item 8406.90.50 from
			Canadian tariff item 8406.90.31, U.S. tariff
			item 8406.90.30 or 8406.90.60, Mexican tariff
			item 8406.90.x3 or any other heading.

      8406.90.a2	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      8406.90.34, U.S. tariff item 8406.90.40,
			      Mexican tariff item 8406.90.x2 from any
			      other tariff item.

      8406.90.a3	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      8406.90.31, U.S. tariff item 8406.90.30,
			      Mexican tariff item 8406.90.x3 from any
			      other tariff item.

      US8406.90.60	A change to U.S. tariff item 8406.90.60 from
			any other tariff item.

      US8406.90.70	A change to U.S. tariff item 8406.90.70 from
			any other tariff item.

      8406.90		A change to subheading 8406.90 from any other
			heading.

84.07-84.08		      A change to headings 84.07 through 84.08
			      from any other heading, including another
			      heading within that group, provided there
			      is a regional value content of not less
			      than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8409.10 		A change to subheading 8409.10 from any other
			heading.

8409.91 		A change to subheading 8409.91 from any other
			heading; or

			A change to subheading 8409.91 from within
			subheading 8409.91, whether or not there is
			also a change from any other heading, provided
			there is a regional value content of not less
			than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8409.99 		A change to subheading 8409.99 from any other
			heading; or

			A change to subheading 8409.99 from within
			subheading 8409.99, whether or not there is
			also a change from any other heading, provided
			there is a regional value content of not less
			than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8410.11-8410.13 	      A change to subheadings 8410.11 through
			      8410.13 from any other heading; or

			A change to subheadings 8410.11 through
			8410.13 from subheading 8410.90, whether or
			not there is also a change from any other
			heading, provided there is a regional value
			content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8410.90 		A change to subheading 8410.90 from any other
			heading.

8411.11-8411.82 	      A change to subheadings 8411.11 through
			      8411.82 from any other heading; or

			A change to subheadings 8411.11 through
			8411.82 from any of subheadings 8411.91
			through 8411.99, whether or not there is also
			a change from any other heading, provided
			there is a regional value content of not less
			than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8411.91-8411.99 	      A change to subheadings 8411.91 through
			      8411.99 from any other heading.

8412.10-8412.80 	      A change to subheadings 8412.10 through
			      8412.80 from any other heading; or

			A change to subheadings 8412.10 through
			8412.80 from subheading 8412.90, whether or
			not there is also a change from any other
			heading, provided there is a regional value
			content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8412.90 		A change to subheading 8412.90 from any other
			heading.

8413.11-8413.82 	      A change to subheadings 8413.11 through
			      8413.82 from any other heading; or

			A change to subheadings 8413.11 through
			8413.82 from any of subheadings 8413.91
			through 8413.92, whether or not there is also
			a change from any other heading, provided
			there is a regional value content of not less
			than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8413.91 		A change to subheading 8413.91 from any other
			heading.

8413.92 		A change to subheading 8413.92 from any other
			heading; or

			A change to subheading 8413.92 from within
			subheading 8409.92, whether or not there is
			also a change from any other heading, provided
			there is a regional value content of not less
			than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8414.10-8414.20 	      A change to subheadings 8414.10 through
			      8414.20 from any other heading; or

			A change to subheadings 8414.10 through
			8414.20 from subheading 8414.90, whether or
			not there is also a change from any other
			heading, provided there is a regional value
			content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8414.30 		A change to subheading 8414.30 from any other
			subheading, except from Canadian tariff item
			8414.90.21 or 8414.90.51, U.S. tariff item
			8414.90.20, Mexican tariff item 8414.90.x1.

8414.40-8414.80 	      A change to subheadings 8414.40 through
			      8414.80 from any other heading; or

			A change to subheadings 8414.40 through
			8414.80 from subheading 8414.90, whether or
			not there is also a change from any other
			heading, provided there is a regional value
			content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8414.90 		A change to subheading 8414.90 from any other
			heading; or

			A change to subheading 8414.90 from within
			subheading 8414.90, whether or not there is
			also a change from any other heading, provided
			there is a regional value content of not less
			than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8415.10 		A change to subheading 8415.10 from any other
			subheading, except from Canadian tariff item
			8415.90.a1, U.S. tariff item 8415.90.h1,
			Mexican tariff item 8415.90.x1 or from
			assemblies incorporating at least two of the
			following:  compressor, condenser,evaporator,
			connecting tubing.

8415.81-8415.83 	      A change to subheadings 8415.81 through
			      8415.83 from any other subheading outside
			      that group, except from Canadian tariff
			      item 8415.90.a1, U.S. tariff item
			      8415.90.h1, Mexican tariff item
			      8415.90.x1 or from assemblies for goods
			      of subheadings 8415.10 through 8415.83,
			      incorporating at least two of the
			      following:  compressor,
			      condenser,evaporator, connecting tubing;
			      or

			A change to subheadings 8415.81 through
			8415.83 from any of Canadian tariff item
			8415.90.a1, U.S. tariff item 8415.90.h1,
			Mexican tariff item 8415.90.x1 or assemblies
			for goods of subheadings 8415.10 through
			8415.83, incorporating at least two of the
			following:  compressor, condenser,evaporator,
			connecting tubing, whether or not there is
			also a change from any other subheading
			outside that group, provided there is a
			regional value content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8415.90

      8415.90.a1	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      8415.90.a1, U.S. tariff item 8415.90.h1,
			      Mexican tariff item 8415.90.x1 from any
			      other tariff item.

      8415.90		A change to subheading 8415.90 from any other
			heading.

8416.10-8416.30 	      A change to subheadings 8416.10 through
			      8416.30 from any other heading; or

			A change to subheadings 8416.10 through
			8416.30 from subheading 8416.90, whether or
			not there is also a change from any other
			heading, provided there is a regional value
			content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8416.90 		A change to subheading 8416.90 from any other
			heading.

8417.10-8417.80 	      A change to subheadings 8417.10 through
			      8417.80 from any other heading; or

			A change to subheadings 8417.10 through
			8417.80 from subheading 8417.90, whether or
			not there is also a change from any other
			heading, provided there is a regional value
			content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8417.90 		A change to subheading 8417.90 from any other
			heading.

8418.10-8418.21 	      A change to subheadings 8418.10 through
			      8418.21 from any other subheading, except
			      from subheading 8418.91 or Canadian
			      tariff item 8418.99.a1, U.S. tariff
			      item 8418.99.h1, Mexican tariff item
			      8418.99.x1, or from assemblies
			      incorporating at least two of the
			      following:  compressor, condenser,
			      evaporator, connecting tubing.

8418.22 		A change to subheading 8418.22 from any other
			heading; or

			A change to subheadings 8418.22 from any of
			subheadings 8418.91 through 8418.99, whether
			or not there is also a change from any other
			heading, provided there is a regional value
			content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8418.29-8418.40 	      A change to subheadings 8418.29 through
			      8418.40 from any other subheading outside
			      that group, except from subheading
			      8418.91 or Canadian tariff item
			      8418.99.a1, U.S. tariff item 8418.99.h1,
			      Mexican tariff item 8418.99.x1, or from
			      assemblies incorporating at least two of
			      the following:  compressor, condenser,
			      evaporator, connecting tubing.

8418.50-8418.69 	      A change to subheadings 8418.50 through
			      8418.69 from any other heading; or

			A change to subheadings 8418.50 through
			8418.69 from any of subheadings 8418.91
			through 8418.99, whether or not there is also
			a change from any other heading, provided
			there is a regional value content of not less
			than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8418.91 		A change to subheading 8418.91 from any other
			subheading.

8418.99

      8418.99.a1	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      8418.99.a1, U.S. tariff item 8418.99.h1,
			      Mexican tariff item 8418.99.x1 from any
			      other tariff item.

      8418.99		A change to subheading 8418.99 from any other
			heading.

8419.11-8419.89 	      A change to subheadings 8419.11 through
			      8419.89 from any other heading; or

			A change to subheadings 8419.11 through
			8419.89 from subheading 8419.90, whether or
			not there is also a change from any other
			heading, provided there is a regional value
			content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8419.90 		A change to subheading 8419.90 from any other
			heading; or

			A change to subheading 8419.90 from within
			subheading 8419.90, whether or not there is
			also a change from any other heading, provided
			there is a regional value content of not less
			than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8420.10 		A change to subheading 8420.10 from any other
			heading; or

			A change to subheadings 8420.10 from any of
			subheadings 8420.91 through 8420.99, whether
			or not there is also a change from any other
			heading, provided there is a regional value
			content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8420.91-8420.99 	      A change to subheadings 8420.91 through
			      8420.99 from any other heading.

8421.11 		A change to subheading 8421.11 from any other
			heading; or

			A change to subheading 8421.11 from subheading
			8421.91, whether or not there is also a change
			from any other heading, provided there is a
			regional value content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8421.12 		A change to subheading 8421.12 from any other
			subheading, except from Canadian tariff item
			8421.91.a1, 8421.91.a2 or 8537,10.a1,
			U.S. tariff item 8421.91.h1, 8421.91.h2 or
			8537.10.h1, Mexican tariff item 8421.91.x1,
			8421.91.x2 or 8537.10.x1.

8421.19-8421.39 	      A change to subheadings 8421.19 through
			      8421.39 from any other heading; or

			A change to subheadings 8421.19 through
			8421.39 from any of subheadings 8421.91
			through 8421.99, whether or not there is also
			a change from any other heading, provided
			there is a regional value content of not less
			than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8421.91

      8421.91.a1	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      8421.91.a1, U.S. tariff item 8421.91.h1,
			      Mexican tariff item 8421.91.x1 from any
			      other tariff item.

      8421.91.a2	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      8421.91.a2, U.S. tariff item 8421.91.h2,
			      Mexican tariff item 8421.91.x2 from any
			      other tariff item.

      8421.91		A change to subheading 8421.91 from any other
			heading.

8421.99 		A change to subheading 8421.99 from any other
			heading; or

			A change to subheading 8421.99 from within
			subheading 8421.99, whether or not there is
			also a change from any other heading, provided
			there is a regional value content of not less
			than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8422.11 		A change to subheading 8422.11 from any other
			subheading, except from Canadian tariff item
			8422.90.a1, 8422.90.a2 or 8537.10.a1,
			U.S. tariff item 8422.90.h1, 8422.90.h2 or
			8537.10.h1, Mexican tariff item 8422.90.x1.
			8422.90.x2 or 8537.10.x1, or from water
			circulation systems incorporating a pump,
			whether or not motorized, and auxiliary
			apparatus for controlling, filtering, or
			dispersing a spray.

8422.19-8422.40 	      A change to subheadings 8422.19 through
			      8422.40 from any other heading; or

			A change to subheadings 8422.19 through
			8422.40 from subheading 8422.90, whether or
			not there is also a change from any other
			heading, provided there is a regional value
			content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8422.90

      8422.90.a1	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      8422.90.a1, U.S. tariff item 8422.90.h1,
			      Mexican tariff item 8422.90.x1 from any
			      other tariff item.

      8422.90.a2	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      8422.90.a2, U.S. tariff item 8422.90.h2,
			      Mexican tariff item 8422.90.h2 from any
			      other tariff item.

      8422.90		A change to subheading 8422.90 from any other
			heading.

8423.10-8423.89 	      A change to subheadings 8423.10 through
			      8423.89 from any other heading; or

			A change to subheadings 8423.10 through
			8423.89 from subheading 8423.90, whether or
			not there is also a change from any other
			heading, provided there is a regional value
			content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8423.90 		A change to subheading 8423.90 from any other
			heading.

8424.10-8424.89 	      A change to subheadings 8424.10 through
			      8424.89 from any other heading; or

			A change to subheadings 8424.10 through
			8424.89 from subheading 8424.90, whether or
			not there is also a change from any other
			heading, provided there is a regional value
			content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8424.90 		A change to subheading 8424.90 from any other
			heading.

84.25-84.26		      A change to headings 84.25 through 84.26
			      from any other heading, except from
			      heading 84.31; or

			A change to headings 84.25 through 84.26 from
			heading 84.31, whether or not there is also a
			change from any other heading, provided there
			is a regional value content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.


8427.10

      8427.10.a1	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      8427.10.a1, U.S. tariff item 8427.10.h1,
			      Mexican tariff item 8427.10.x1 from any
			      other heading, except from heading 84.07
			      or 84.08 or subheading 8431.20 or
			      8483.40; or

			A change to Canadian tariff item 8427.10.a1,
			U.S. tariff item 8427.10.h1, Mexican tariff
			item 8427.10.x1 from any of headings 84.07 or
			84.08 or subheadings 8431.20 or 8483.40,
			whether or not there is also a change from any
			other heading, provided there is a regional
			value content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

      8427.10		A change to subheading 8427.10 from any other
			heading, except from subheading 8431.20; or

			A change to subheading 8427.10 from subheading
			8431.20, whether or not there is also a change
			from any other heading, provided there is a
			regional value content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8427.20

      8427.20.a1	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      8427.20.a1, U.S. tariff item 8427.20.h1,
			      Mexican tariff item 8427.20.x1 from any
			      other heading, except from heading 84.07
			      or 84.08 or subheading 8431.20 or
			      8483.40; or

			A change to Canadian tariff item 8427.20.a1,
			U.S. tariff item 8427.20.h1, Mexican tariff
			item 8427.20.x1 from any of headings 84.07 or
			84.08 or subheadings 8431.20 or 8483.40,
			whether or not there is also a change from any
			other heading, provided there is a regional
			value content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

      8427.20		A change to subheading 8427.20 from any other
			heading, except from subheading 8431.20; or

			A change to subheading 8427.20 from subheading
			8431.20, whether or not there is also a change
			from any other heading, provided there is a
			regional value content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8427.90 		A change to subheading 8427.90 from any other
			heading, except from subheading 8431.20; or

			A change to subheading 8427.90 from subheading
			8431.20, whether or not there is also a change
			from any other heading, provided there is a
			regional value content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

84.28-84.30		      A change to headings 84.28 through 84.30
			      from any other heading outside that
			      group, except from heading 84.31; or

			A change to headings 84.28 through 84.30 from
			heading 84.31, whether or not there is also a
			change from any other heading outside that
			group, provided there is a regional value
			content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8431.10 		A change to subheading 8431.10 from any other
			heading; or

			A change to subheading 8431.10 from within
			subheading 8431.10, whether or not there is
			also a change from any other heading, provided
			there is a regional value content of not less
			than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8431.20 		A change to subheading 8431.20 from any other
			heading outside that group.

8431.31 		A change to subheading 8431.31 from any other
			heading; or

			A change to subheading 8431.31 from within
			subheading 8431.31, whether or not there is
			also a change from any other heading, provided
			there is a regional value content of not less
			than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.


8431.39 		A change to subheading 8431.39 from any other
			heading; or

			A change to subheading 8431.39 from within
			subheading 8431.39, whether or not there is
			also a change from any other heading, provided
			there is a regional value content of not less
			than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8431.41-8431.42 	      A change to subheadings 8431.41 through
			      8431.42 from any other heading.

8431.43 		A change to subheading 8431.43 from any other
			heading; or

			A change to subheading 8431.43 from within
			subheading 8431.43, whether or not there is
			also a change from any other heading, provided
			there is a regional value content of not less
			than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8431.49 		A change to subheading 8431.49 from any other
			heading; or

			A change to subheading 8431.49 from within
			subheading 8431.49, whether or not there is
			also a change from any other heading, provided
			there is a regional value content of not less
			than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8432.10-8432.80 	      A change to subheading 8432.10 through
			      8432.80 from any other heading; or

			A change to subheadings 8432.10 through
			8432.80 from subheading 8432.90, whether or
			not there is also a change from any other
			heading, provided there is a regional value
			content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8432.90 		A change to subheading 8432.90 from any other
			heading.

8433.11-8433.60 	      A change to subheadings 8433.11 through
			      8433.60 from any other heading; or

			A change to subheadings 8433.11 through
			8433.60 from subheading 8433.90, whether or
			not there is also a change from any other
			heading, provided there is a regional value
			content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8433.90 		A change to subheading 8433.90 from any other
			heading.

8434.10-8434.20 	      A change to subheadings 8434.10 through
			      8434.20 from any other heading; or

			A change to subheadings 8434.10 through
			8434.20 from subheading 8434.90, whether or
			not there is also a change from any other
			heading, provided there is a regional value
			content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8434.90 		A change to subheading 8434.90 from any other
			heading.

8435.10 		A change to subheading 8435.10 from any other
			heading; or

			A change to subheading 8435.10 from subheading
			8435.90, whether or not there is also a change
			from any other heading, provided there is a
			regional value content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8435.90 		A change to subheading 8435.90 from any other
			heading.

8436.10-8436.80 	      A change to subheadings 8436.10 through
			      8436.80 from any other heading; or

			A change to subheadings 8436.10 through
			8436.80 from any of subheadings 8436.91
			through 8436.99, whether or not there is also
			a change from any other heading, provided
			there is a regional value content of not less
			than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8436.91-8436.99 	      A change to subheadings 8436.91 through
			      8436.99 from any other heading.

8437.10-8437.80 	      A change to subheadings 8437.10 through
			      8437.80 from any other heading; or

			A change to subheadings 8437.10 through
			8437.80 from subheading 8437.90, whether or
			not there is also a change from any other
			heading, provided there is a regional value
			content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8437.90 		A change to subheading 8437.90 from any other
			heading.

8438.10-8438.80 	      A change to subheadings 8438.10 through
			      8438.80 from any other heading; or

			A change to subheadings 8438.10 through
			8438.80 from subheading 8438.90, whether or
			not there is also a change from any other
			heading, provided there is a regional value
			content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8438.90 		A change to subheading 8438.90 from any other
			heading.

8439.10-8439.30 	      A change to subheadings 8439.10 through
			      8439.30 from any other heading; or

			A change to subheadings 8439.10 through
			8439.30 from any of subheadings 8439.91
			through 8439.99, whether or not there is also
			a change from any other heading, provided
			there is a regional value content of not less
			than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8439.91-8439.99 	      A change to subheadings 8439.91 through
			      8439.99 from any other heading.

8440.10 		A change to subheading 8440.10 from any other
			heading; or

			A change to subheading 8440.10 from subheading
			8440.90, whether or not there is also a change
			from any other heading, provided there is a
			regional value content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8440.90 		A change to subheading 8440.90 from any other
			heading.

8441.10-8441.80 	      A change to subheadings 8441.10 through
			      8441.80 from any other heading; or

			A change to subheadings 8441.10 through
			8441.80, from subheading 8441.90, whether or
			not there is also a change from any other
			heading, provided there is a regional value
			content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8441.90 		A change to subheading 8441.90 from any other
			heading; or

			A change to subheading 8441.90 from within
			subheading 8441.90, whether or not there is
			also a change from any other heading, provided
			there is a regional value content of not less
			than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8442.10-8442.30 	      A change to subheadings 8442.10 through
			      8442.30 from any other heading; or

			A change to subheadings 8442.10 through
			8442.30 from any of subheadings 8442.40
			through 8442.50, whether or not there is also
			a change from any other heading, provided
			there is a regional value content of not less
			than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8442.40-8442.50 	      A change to subheadings 8442.40 through
			      8442.50 from any other heading.

8443.11-8443.50 	      A change to subheadings 8443.11 through
			      8443.50 from any other heading; or

			A change to subheadings 8443.11 through
			8443.50 from any of subheadings 8443.60 or
			8443.90, whether or not there is also a change
			from any other heading, provided there is a
			regional value content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8443.60 		A change to subheading 8443.60 from any other
			heading; or

			A change to subheading 8443.60 from subheading
			8443.90, whether or not there is also a change
			from any other heading, provided there is a
			regional value content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8443.90 		A change to subheading 8443.90 from any other
			heading.

84.44-84.47		      A change to headings 84.44 through 84.47
			      from any other heading outside that
			      group, except from heading 84.48; or

			A change to headings 84.44 through 84.47 from
			heading 84.48, whether or not there is also a
			change from any other heading, provided there
			is a regional value content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8448.11-8448.19 	      A change to subheadings 8448.11 through
			      8448.19 from any other heading; or

			A change to subheadings 8448.11 through
			8448.19 from any of subheadings 8448.20
			through 8448.59, whether or not there is also
			a change from any other heading, provided
			there is a regional value content of not less
			than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8448.20-8448.59 	      A change to subheadings 8448.20 through
			      8448.59 from any other heading.

84.49			      A change to heading 84.49 from any other
			      heading.

8450.11-8450.20 	      A change to subheadings 8450.11 through
			      8450.20 from any other subheading outside
			      that group, except from Canadian tariff
			      item 8450.90.a1, 8450.90.a2 or
			      8537.10.a1, U.S. tariff item 8450.90.h1,
			      8450.90.h2 or 8537.10.h1, Mexican tariff
			      item 8450.90.x1, 8450.90.x2 or
			      8537.10.x1, or from washer assemblies
			      incorporating at least two of the
			      following:  agitator, motor,
			      transmission, clutch.

8450.90

      8450.90.a1	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      8450.90.a1, U.S. tariff item 8450.90.h1,
			      Mexican tariff item 8450.90.x1 from any
			      other tariff item.

      8450.90.a2	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      8450.90.a2, U.S. tariff item 8450.90.h2,
			      Mexican tariff item 8450.90.x2 from any
			      other tariff item.

      8450.90		A change to subheading 8450.90 from any other
			heading.

8451.10 		A change to subheading 8451.10 from any other
			heading; or

			A change to subheadings 8451.10 from
			subheading 8451.90, whether or not there is
			also a change from any other heading, provided
			there is a regional value content of not less
			than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.


8451.21-8451.29 	      A change to subheadings 8451.21 through
			      8451.29 from any other subheading outside
			      that group, except from Canadian tariff
			      item 8451.90.a1 or 8451.90.a2, U.S.
			      tariff item 8451.90.h1 or 8451.90.h2,
			      Mexican tariff item 8451.90.x1 or
			      8451.90.x2, or subheading 8537.10.

8451.30-8451.80 	      A change to subheadings 8451.30 through
			      8451.80 from any other heading; or

			A change to subheadings 8451.30 through
			8451.80 from subheading 8451.90, whether or
			not there is also a change from any other
			heading, provided there is a regional value
			content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8451.90

      8451.90.a1	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      8451.90.a1, U.S. tariff item 8451.90.h1,
			      Mexican tariff item 8451.90.x1 from any
			      other tariff item.

      8451.90.a2	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      8451.90.a2, U.S. tariff item 8451.90.h2,
			      Mexican tariff item 8451.90.x2 from any
			      other tariff item.

      8451.90		A change to subheading 8451.90 from any other
			heading.

8452.10-8452.30 	      A change to subheadings 8452.10 through
			      8452.30 from any other heading; or

			A change to subheadings 8452.10 through
			8452.30 from any of subheadings 8452.40 or
			8452.90, whether or not there is also a change
			from any other heading, provided there is a
			regional value content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8452.40-8452.90 	      A change to subheadings 8452.40 through
			      8452.90 from any other heading.

8453.10-8453.80 	      A change to subheadings 8453.10 through
			      8453.80 from any other heading; or

			A change to subheadings 8453.10 through
			8453.80 from subheading 8453.90, whether or
			not there is also a change from any other
			heading, provided there is a regional value
			content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8453.90 		A change to subheading 8453.90 from any other
			heading.

8454.10-8454.30 	      A change to subheadings 8454.10 through
			      8454.30 from any other heading; or

			A change to subheadings 8454.10 through
			8454.30 from subheading 8454.90, whether or
			not there is also a change from any other
			heading, provided there is a regional value
			content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8454.90 		A change to subheading 8454.90 from any other
			heading.

8455.10-8455.22 	      A change to subheadings 8455.10 through
			      8455.22 from any other subheading outside
			      that group, except from Canadian tariff
			      item 8455.90.a1, U.S. tariff item
			      8455.90.h1, Mexican tariff item
			      8455.90.x1.

8455.30 		A change to subheading 8455.30 from any other
			heading; or

			A change to subheadings 8455.30 from
			subheading 8455.90, whether or not there is
			also a change from any other heading, provided
			there is a regional value content of not less
			than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8455.90 		A change to subheading 8455.90 from any other
			heading.

8456.10 		A change to subheading 8456.10 from any other
			heading, except from more than one of the
			following:

			      o     Canadian tariff item 8466.93.a1,
				    U.S. tariff 8466.93.h1, Mexican
				    tariff item 8466.93.x1,
			      o     subheading 8537.10,
			      o     subheading 9013.20.

8456.20-8456.90 	      A change to subheadings 8456.20 through
			      8456.90 from any other heading, except
			      from more than one of the following:

			      o     subheadings 8413.50 through 8413.60,
			      o     Canadian tariff item 8466.93.a1,
				    U.S. tariff item 8466.93.h1, Mexican
				    tariff item 8466.93.x1,
			      o     subheading 8501.32 or 8501.52,
			      o     subheading 8537.10.

84.57			      A change to heading 84.57 from any other
			      heading, except from heading 84.59 or
			      from more than one of the following:

			      o     subheadings 8413.50 through 8413.60,
			      o     Canadian tariff item 8466.93.a1,
				    U.S. tariff item 8466.93.h1, Mexican
				    tariff item 8466.93.x1,
			      o     subheading 8501.32 or 8501.52,
			      o     subheading 8537.10.

8458.11 		      A change to subheading 8458.11 from any
			      other heading, except from more than one
			      of the following:

			      o     subheadings 8413.50 through 8413.60,
			      o     Canadian tariff item 8466.93.a1,
				    U.S. tariff item 8466.93.h1, Mexican
				    tariff item 8466.93.x1,
			      o     subheading 8501.32 or 8501.52,
			      o     subheading 8537.10.

8458.19 		A change to subheading 8458.19 from any other
			heading, except from Canadian tariff
			8466.93.a1, U.S. tariff item 8466.93.h1,
			Mexican tariff item 8466.93.x1 or subheading
			8501.32 or 8501.52.

8458.91 		A change to subheading 8458.91 from any other
			heading, except from more than one of the
			following:

			      o     subheadings 8413.50 through 8413.60,
			      o     Canadian tariff item 8466.93.a1,
				    U.S. tariff item 8466.93.h1, Mexican
				    tariff item 8466.93.x1,
			      o     subheading 8501.32 or 8501.52,
			      o     subheading 8537.10.

8458.99 		A change to subheading 8458.99 from any other
			heading, except from Canadian tariff
			8466.93.a1, U.S. tariff item 8466.93.h1,
			Mexican tariff item 8466.93.x1 or subheading
			8501.32 or 8501.52.

8459.10 		A change to subheading 8459.10 from any other
			heading, except from Canadian tariff
			8466.93.a1, U.S. tariff item 8466.93.h1,
			Mexican tariff item 8466.93.x1 or subheading
			8501.32 or 8501.52.

8459.21 		A change to subheading 8459.21 from any other
			heading, except from more than one of the
			following:

			      o     subheadings 8413.50 through 8413.60,
			      o     Canadian tariff item 8466.93.a1,
				    U.S. tariff item 8466.93.h1, Mexican
				    tariff item 8466.93.x1,
			      o     subheading 8501.32 or 8501.52,
			      o     subheading 8537.10; or

			A change to subheading 8459.21 from more than
			one of the following:

			      o     subheadings 8413.50 through 8413.60,
			      o     Canadian tariff item 8466.93.a1,
				    U.S. tariff item 8466.93.h1, Mexican
				    tariff item 8466.93.x1,
			      o     subheading 8501.32 or 8501.52,
			      o     subheading 8537.10,

			whether or not there is also a change from any
			other heading, provided there is a regional
			value content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8459.29 		A change to subheading 8459.29 from any other
			heading, except from Canadian tariff
			8466.93.a1, U.S. tariff item 8466.93.h1,
			Mexican tariff item 8466.93.x1 or subheading
			8501.32 or 8501.52.

8459.31 		A change to subheading 8459.31 from any other
			heading, except from more than one of the
			following:

			      o     subheadings 8413.50 through 8413.60,
			      o     Canadian tariff item 8466.93.a1,
				    U.S. tariff item 8466.93.h1, Mexican
				    tariff item 8466.93.x1,
			      o     subheading 8501.32 or 8501.52,
			      o     subheading 8537.10; or

			A change to subheading 8459.31 from more than
			one of the following:

			      o     subheadings 8413.50 through 8413.60,
			      o     Canadian tariff item 8466.93.a1,
				    U.S. tariff item 8466.93.h1, Mexican
				    tariff item 8466.93.x1,
			      o     subheading 8501.32 or 8501.52,
			      o     subheading 8537.10,

			whether or not there is also a change from any
			other heading, provided there is a regional
			value content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8459.39 		A change to subheading 8459.39 from any other
			heading, except from Canadian tariff
			8466.93.a1, U.S. tariff item 8466.93.h1,
			Mexican tariff item 8466.93.x1 or subheading
			8501.32 or 8501.52.

8459.40-8459.51 	      A change to subheadings 8459.40 through
			      8459.51 from any other heading, except
			      from more than one of the following:

			      o     subheadings 8413.50 through 8413.60,
			      o     Canadian tariff item 8466.93.a1,
				    U.S. tariff item 8466.93.h1, Mexican
				    tariff item 8466.93.x1,
			      o     subheading 8501.32 or 8501.52,
			      o     subheading 8537.10; or

			A change to subheadings 8459.40 through
			8459.51 from more than one of the following:

			      o     subheadings 8413.50 through 8413.60,
			      o     Canadian tariff item 8466.93.a1,
				    U.S. tariff item 8466.93.h1, Mexican
				    tariff item 8466.93.x1,
			      o     subheading 8501.32 or 8501.52,
			      o     subheading 8537.10,

			whether or not there is also a change from any
			other heading, provided there is a regional
			value content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8459.59 		A change to subheading 8459.59 from any other
			heading, except from Canadian tariff
			8466.93.a1, U.S. tariff item 8466.93.h1,
			Mexican tariff item 8466.93.x1 or subheading
			8501.32 or 8501.52.

8459.61 		A change to subheading 8459.61 from any other
			heading, except from more than one of the
			following:

			      o     subheadings 8413.50 through 8413.60,
			      o     Canadian tariff item 8466.93.a1,
				    U.S. tariff item 8466.93.h1, Mexican
				    tariff item 8466.93.x1,
			      o     subheading 8501.32 or 8501.52,
			      o     subheading 8537.10; or

			A change to subheading 8459.61 from more than
			one of the following:

			      o     subheadings 8413.50 through 8413.60,
			      o     Canadian tariff item 8466.93.a1,
				    U.S. tariff item 8466.93.h1, Mexican
				    tariff item 8466.93.x1,
			      o     subheading 8501.32 or 8501.52,
			      o     subheading 8537.10,

			whether or not there is also a change from any
			other heading, provided there is a regional
			value content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.


8459.69 		A change to subheading 8459.69 from any other
			heading, except from Canadian tariff
			8466.93.a1, U.S. tariff item 8466.93.h1,
			Mexican tariff item 8466.93.x1 or subheading
			8501.32 or 8501.52.

8459.70

      8459.70.a1	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      8459.70.a1, U.S. tariff item 8459.70.h1,
			      Mexican tariff item 8459.70.x1 from any
			      other heading, except from more than one
			      of the following:

			      o     subheadings 8413.50 through 8413.60,
			      o     Canadian tariff item 8466.93.a1,
				    U.S. tariff item 8466.93.h1, Mexican
				    tariff item 8466.93.x1,
			      o     subheading 8501.32 or 8501.52,
			      o     subheading 8537.10; or

			A change to Canadian tariff item 8459.70.a1,
			U.S. tariff item 8459.70.h1, Mexican tariff
			item 8459.70.x1 from more than one of the
			following:

			      o     subheadings 8413.50 through 8413.60,
			      o     Canadian tariff item 8466.93.a1,
				    U.S. tariff item 8466.93.h1, Mexican
				    tariff item 8466.93.x1,
			      o     subheading 8501.32 or 8501.52,
			      o     subheading 8537.10,

			whether or not there is also a change from any
			other heading, provided there is a regional
			value content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

      8459.70		A change to subheading 8459.70 from any other
			heading, except from Canadian tariff
			8466.93.a1, U.S. tariff item 8466.93.h1,
			Mexican tariff item 8466.93.x1 or subheading
			8501.32 or 8501.52.

8460.11 		A change to subheading 8460.11 from any other
			heading, except from more than one of the
			following:

			      o     subheadings 8413.50 through 8413.60,
			      o     Canadian tariff item 8466.93.a1,
				    U.S. tariff item 8466.93.h1, Mexican
				    tariff item 8466.93.x1,
			      o     subheading 8501.32 or 8501.52,
			      o     subheading 8537.10.

8460.19 		A change to subheading 8460.19 from any other
			heading, except from Canadian tariff
			8466.93.a1, U.S. tariff item 8466.93.h1,
			Mexican tariff item 8466.93.x1 or subheading
			8501.32 or 8501.52.

8460.21 		A change to subheading 8460.21 from any other
			heading, except from more than one of the
			following:

			      o     subheadings 8413.50 through 8413.60,
			      o     Canadian tariff item 8466.93.a1,
				    U.S. tariff item 8466.93.h1, Mexican
				    tariff item 8466.93.x1,
			      o     subheading 8501.32 or 8501.52,
			      o     subheading 8537.10.

8460.29 		A change to subheading 8460.29 from any other
			heading, except from Canadian tariff
			8466.93.a1, U.S. tariff item 8466.93.h1,
			Mexican tariff item 8466.93.x1 or subheading
			8501.32 or 8501.52.

8460.31 		A change to subheading 8460.31 from any other
			heading, except from more than one of the
			following:

			      o     subheadings 8413.50 through 8413.60,
			      o     Canadian tariff item 8466.93.a1,
				    U.S. tariff item 8466.93.h1, Mexican
				    tariff item 8466.93.x1,
			      o     subheading 8501.32 or 8501.52,
			      o     subheading 8537.10.

8460.39 		A change to subheading 8460.39 from any other
			heading, except from Canadian tariff
			8466.93.a1, U.S. tariff item 8466.93.h1,
			Mexican tariff item 8466.93.x1 or subheading
			8501.32 or 8501.52.

8460.40

      8460.40.a1	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      8460.40.a1, U.S. tariff item 8460.40.h1,
			      Mexican tariff item 8460.40.x1 from any
			      other heading, except from more than one
			      of the following:

			      o     subheadings 8413.50 through 8413.60,
			      o     Canadian tariff item 8466.93.a1,
				    U.S. tariff item 8466.93.h1, Mexican
				    tariff item 8466.93.x1,
			      o     subheading 8501.32 or 8501.52,
			      o     subheading 8537.10.

      8460.40		A change to subheading 8460.40 from any other
			heading, except from Canadian tariff
			8466.93.a1, U.S. tariff item 8466.93.h1,
			Mexican tariff item 8466.93.x1 or subheading
			8501.32 or 8501.52.

8460.90

      8460.90.a1	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      8460.90.a1, U.S. tariff item 8460.90.h1,
			      Mexican tariff item 8460.90.x1 from any
			      other heading, except from more than one
			      of the following:

			      o     subheadings 8413.50 through 8413.60,
			      o     Canadian tariff item 8466.93.a1,
				    U.S. tariff item 8466.93.h1, Mexican
				    tariff item 8466.93.x1,
			      o     subheading 8501.32 or 8501.52,
			      o     subheading 8537.10.

      8460.90		A change to subheading 8460.90 from any other
			heading, except from Canadian tariff
			8466.93.a1, U.S. tariff item 8466.93.h1,
			Mexican tariff item 8466.93.x1 or subheading
			8501.32 or 8501.52.

8461.10

      8461.10.a1	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      8461.10.a1, U.S. tariff item 8461.10.h1,
			      Mexican tariff item 8461.10.x1 from any
			      other heading, except from more than one
			      of the following:

			      o     subheadings 8413.50 through 8413.60,
			      o     Canadian tariff item 8466.93.a1,
				    U.S. tariff item 8466.93.h1, Mexican
				    tariff item 8466.93.x1,
			      o     subheading 8501.32 or 8501.52,
			      o     subheading 8537.10.

      8461.10		A change to subheading 8461.10 from any other
			heading, except from Canadian tariff item
			8466.93.a1, U.S. tariff item 8466.93.h1,
			Mexican tariff item 8466.83.x1.

8461.20

      8461.20.a1	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      8461.20.a1, US. tariff item 8461.20.h1,
			      Mexican tariff item 8461.20.x1 from any
			      other heading, except from more than one
			      of the following:

			      o     subheadings 8413.50 through 8413.60,
			      o     Canadian tariff item 8466.93.a1,
				    U.S. tariff item 8466.93.h1, Mexican
				    tariff item 8466.93.x1,
			      o     subheading 8501.32 or 8501.52,
			      o     subheading 8537.10.

      8461.20		A change to subheading 8461.20 from any other
			heading, except from Canadian tariff item
			8466.93.a1, U.S. tariff item 8466.93.h1,
			Mexican tariff item 8466.83.x1.

8461.30

      8461.30.a1	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      8461.30.a1, U.S. tariff item 8461.30.h1,
			      Mexican tariff item 8461.30.x1 from any
			      other heading, except from more than one
			      of the following:

			      o     subheadings 8413.50 through 8413.60,
			      o     Canadian tariff item 8466.93.a1,
				    U.S. tariff item 8466.93.h1, Mexican
				    tariff item 8466.93.x1,
			      o     subheading 8501.32 or 8501.52,
			      o     subheading 8537.10.

      8461.30		A change to subheading 8461.30 from any other
			heading, except from Canadian tariff item
			8466.93.a1, U.S. tariff item 8466.93.h1,
			Mexican tariff item 8466.93.x1.

8461.40 		A change to subheading 8461.40 from any other
			heading, except from Canadian tariff item
			8466.93.a1, U.S. tariff item 8466.93.h1,
			Mexican tariff item 8466.93.x1.

8461.50

      8461.50.a1	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      8461.50.a1, U.S. tariff item 8461.50.h1,
			      Mexican tariff item 8461.50.x1 from any
			      other heading, except from more than one
			      of the following:

			      o     subheadings 8413.50 through 8413.60,
			      o     Canadian tariff item 8466.93.a1,
				    U.S. tariff item 8466.93.h1, Mexican
				    tariff item 8466.93.x1,
			      o     subheading 8501.32 or 8501.52,
			      o     subheading 8537.10.

      8461.50		A change to subheading 8461.50 from any other
			heading, except from Canadian tariff item
			8466.93.a1, U.S. tariff item 8466.93.h1,
			Mexican tariff item 8466.93.x1.

8461.90

      8461.90.a1	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      8461.90.a1, U.S. tariff item 8461.90.h1,
			      Mexican tariff item 8461.90.x1 from any
			      other heading, except from more than one
			      of the following:

			      o     subheadings 8413.50 through 8413.60,
			      o     Canadian tariff item 8466.93.a1,
				    U.S. tariff item 8466.93.h1, Mexican
				    tariff item 8466.93.x1,
			      o     subheading 8501.32 or 8501.52,
			      o     subheading 8537.10.

      8461.90		A change to subheading 8461.90 from any other
			heading, except from Canadian tariff item
			8466.93.a1, U.S. tariff item 8466.93.h1,
			Mexican tariff item 8466.93.x1.

8462.10 		A change to subheading 8462.10 from any other
			heading, except from Canadian tariff item
			8466.94.a1, U.S. tariff item 8466.94.h1,
			Mexican tariff item 8466.94.x1.

8462.21 		A change to subheading 8462.21 from any other
			heading, except from more than one of the
			following:

			      o     subheadings 8413.50 through 8413.60,
			      o     Canadian tariff item 8466.94.a1,
				    U.S. tariff item 8466.94.h1, Mexican
				    tariff item 8466.94.x1,
			      o     subheading 8501.32 or 8501.52,
			      o     subheading 8537.10.

8462.29 		A change to subheading 8462.29 from any other
			heading, except from Canadian tariff item
			8466.94.a1, U.S. tariff item 8466.94.h1,
			Mexican tariff item 8466.94.x1.

8462.31 		A change to subheading 8462.31 from any other
			heading, except from more than one of the
			following:

			      o     subheadings 8413.50 through 8413.60,
			      o     Canadian tariff item 8466.94.a1,
				    U.S. tariff item 8466.94.h1, Mexican
				    tariff item 8466.94.x1,
			      o     subheading 8501.32 or 8501.52,
			      o     subheading 8537.10.

8462.39 		A change to subheading 8462.29 from any other
			heading, except from Canadian tariff item
			8466.94.a1, U.S. tariff item 8466.94.h1,
			Mexican tariff item 8466.94.x1.

8462.41 		A change to subheading 8462.41 from any other
			heading, except from more than one of the
			following:

			      o     subheadings 8413.50 through 8413.60,
			      o     Canadian tariff item 8466.94.a1,
				    U.S. tariff item 8466.94.h1, Mexican
				    tariff item 8466.94.x1,
			      o     subheading 8501.32 or 8501.52,
			      o     subheading 8537.10.

8462.49 		A change to subheading 8462.49 from any other
			heading, except from Canadian tariff item
			8466.94.a1, U.S. tariff item 8466.94.h1,
			Mexican tariff item 8466.94.x1.

8462.91

      8462.91.a1	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      8462.91.a1, U.S. tariff item 8462.91.h1,
			      8462.91.x1 from any other heading, except
			      from more than one of the following:

			      o     subheadings 8413.50 through 8413.60,
			      o     Canadian tariff item 8466.94.a1,
				    U.S. tariff item 8466.94.h1, Mexican
				    tariff item 8466.94.x1,
			      o     subheading 8501.32 or 8501.52,
			      o     subheading 8537.10.

      8462.91		A change to subheading 8462.91 from any other
			heading, except from Canadian tariff item
			8466.94.a1, U.S. tariff item 8466.94.h1,
			Mexican tariff item 8466.94.x1.

8462.99

      8462.99.a1	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      8462.99.a1, U.S. tariff item 8462.99.h1,
			      Mexican tariff item 8462.99.x1 from any
			      other heading, except from more than one
			      of the following:

			      o     subheadings 8413.50 through 8413.60,
			      o     Canadian tariff item 8466.94.a1,
				    U.S. tariff item 8466.94.h1, Mexican
				    tariff item 8466.94.x1,
			      o     subheading 8501.32 or 8501.52,
			      o     subheading 8537.10.

      8462.99		A change to subheading 8462.99 from any other
			heading, except from Canadian tariff item
			8466.94.a1, U.S. tariff item 8466.94.h1,
			Mexican tariff item 8466.94.x1.

84.63			      A change to heading 84.63 from any other
			      heading, except from Canadian tariff
			      8466.94.a1, U.S. tariff item 8466.94.h1,
			      Mexican tariff item 8466.94.x1 or
			      subheading 8501.32 or 8501.52.

84.64			      A change to heading 84.64 from any other
			      heading, except from subheading 8466.91;
			      or

			A change to heading 84.64 from subheading
			8466.91, whether or not there is also a change
			from any other heading, provided there is a
			regional value content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

84.65			      A change to heading 84.65 from any other
			      heading, except from subheading 8466.92;
			      or

			A change to heading 84.65 from subheading
			8466.92, whether or not there is also a change
			from any other heading, provided there is a
			regional value content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

84.66			      A change to heading 84.66 from any other
			      heading.

8467.11-8467.89 	      A change to subheadings 8467.11 through
			      8467.89 from any other heading; or

			A change to subheadings 8467.11 through
			8467.89 from any of subheadings 8467.91,
			8467.92 or 8467.99, whether or not there is
			also a change from any other heading, provided
			there is a regional value content of not less
			than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8467.91-8467.99 	      A change to subheadings 8467.91 through
			      8467.99 from any other heading.

8468.10-8468.80 	      A change to subheadings 8468.10 through
			      8468.80 from any other heading; or

			A change to subheadings 8468.10 through
			8468.80 from subheading 8468.90, whether or
			not there is also a change from any other
			heading, provided there is a regional value
			content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8468.90 		A change to subheading 8468.90 from any other
			heading.

84.69

      8469.10.a1	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      8469.10.20, U.S.tariff item 8469.10.h1,
			      Mexican tariff item 8469.10.x1 from any
			      other heading, except from heading 84.73;
			      or

			A change to Canadian tariff item 8469.10.a1,
			U.S. tariff item 8469.10.h1, Mexican tariff
			item 8469.10.x1 from heading 84.73, whether or
			not there is also a change from any other
			heading, provided there is a regional value
			content of not less than 50% under the net
			cost method.

      84.69		      A change to headings 84.69 from any other
			      heading, except from heading 84.73; or

			A change to heading 84.69 from heading 84.73,
			whether or not there is also a change from any
			other heading, provided there is a regional
			value content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

84.70			      A change to headings 84.70 from any other
			      heading, except from heading 84.73; or

			A change to heading 84.70 from heading 84.73,
			whether or not there is also a change from any
			other heading, provided there is a regional
			value content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8471.10 		A change to subheading 8471.10 from any other
			heading, except from heading 84.73; or

			A change to subheading 8471.10 from heading
			84.73, whether or not there is also a change
			from any other heading, provided there is a
			regional value content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8471.20-8471.91 	      A change to subheadings 8471.20 through
			      8471.91 from any other subheading
			      outside that group.

8471.92

      8471.92.a1	A change to Canadian tariff item
			8471.92.a1, U.S. tariff item 8471.92.h1,
			Mexican tariff item 8471.92.x1 from any other
			subheading, except from subheading 8540.30.

      8471.92.a2	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      8471.92.a2, U.S. tariff item 8471.92.h2,
			      Mexican tariff item 8471.92.x2 from any
			      other tariff item, except from Canadian
			      tariff item 8473.30.a3,
			      8473.30.a1 or 8548.00.a1, U.S.
			      tariff item 8473.30.h3, 8473.30.h1 or
			      8548.00.h1, Mexican tariff item
			      8473.30.x3, 8473.30.x1 or 8548.00.x1.

      8471.92.a3	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      8471.92.a3, U.S. tariff item 8471.92.h3,
			      Mexican tariff item 8471.92.x3 from any
			      other tariff item, except from Canadian
			      tariff item 8473.30.a1 or 8548.00.a1,
			      U.S. tariff item 8473.30.h1 or
			      8548.00.h1, Mexican tariff item
			      8473.30.x1 or 8548.00.x1.

      8471.92.a4	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      8471.92.a4, U.S. tariff item 8471.92.h4,
			      Mexican tariff item 8471.92.x4 from any
			      other tariff item, except from Canadian
			      tariff item 8473.30.a3, 8473.30.a1 or
			      8548.00.a1, U.S. tariff item 8473.30.h3,
			      8473.30.h1 or 8548.00.h1, Mexican tariff
			      item 8473.30.x3, 8473.30.x1 or
			      8548.00.x1.

      8471.92.a5	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      8471.92.a5, U.S. tariff item 8471.92.h5,
			      Mexican tariff item 8471.92.x5 from any
			      other tariff item, except from Canadian
			      tariff item 8473.30.a3, U.S. tariff item
			      8473.30.h3, Mexican tariff item
			      8473.30.x3.

      8471.92.a6	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      8471.92.a6, U.S. tariff item 8471.92.h6,
			      Mexican tariff item 8471.92.x6 from any
			      other tariff item, except from Canadian
			      tariff item 8473.30.a3, U.S. tariff item
			      8473.30.h3, Mexican tariff item
			      8473.30.x3.

      8471.92.a7	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      8471.92.a7, U.S. tariff item 8471.92.h7,
			      Mexican tariff item 8471.92.x7 from any
			      other tariff item, except from Canadian
			      tariff item 8473.30.a3, U.S. tariff item
			      8473.30.h3, Mexican tariff item
			      8473.30.x3.

      8471.92		A change to subheading 8471.92 from any other
			subheading.

8471.93 		A change to subheading 8471.93 from any other
			subheading.

8471.99

      8471.99.a1	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      8471.99.a1, U.S. tariff item 8471.99.15,
			      Mexican tariff item 8471.99.x1 from any
			      other tariff item.

      8471.99.a2	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      8471.99.a2, U.S. tariff item 8471.99.32
			      or 8471.99.34, Mexican tariff item
			      8471.99.x2 from any other tariff item.

      8471.99.a3	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      8471.99.a3, U.S. tariff item 8471.99.60,
			      Mexican tariff item 8471.99.x3 from any
			      other tariff item.

      8471.99		A change to any tariff item within subheading
			8471.99 from any other tariff item, including
			another tariff item within that subheading.

84.72			      A change to heading 84.72 from any other
			      heading, except from heading 84.73; or

			A change to heading 84.72 from heading 84.73,
			whether or not there is also a change from
			any other heading, provided there is a
			regional value content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8473.10

      8473.10.a1	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      8473.10.a1, U.S. tariff item 8473.10.h1,
			      Mexican tariff item 8473.10.x1 from any
			      other heading.

      8473.10.a2	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      8473.10.a2, U.S. tariff item 8473.10.h2,
			      Mexican tariff item 8473.10.x2 from any
			      other heading; or

			A change to Canadian tariff item 8473.10.a2,
			U.S. tariff item 8473.10.h2, Mexican tariff
			item 8473.10.x2 from within Canadian tariff
			item 8473.10.a2, U.S. tariff item 8473.10.h2,
			Mexican tariff item 8473.10.x2, whether or
			not there is also a change from any other
			heading, provided there is a regional value
			content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8473.21 		A change to subheading 8473.21 from any other
			heading; or

			A change to subheading 8473.21 from within
			subheading 8473.21, whether or not there is
			also a change from any other heading,
			provided there is a regional value content of
			not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8473.29 		A change to subheading 8473.29 from any other
			heading; or

			A change to subheading 8473.29 from within
			subheading 8473.29, whether or not there is
			also a change from any other heading,
			provided there is a regional value content of
			not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8473.30

      8473.30.a1	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      8473.30.a1, U.S. tariff item 8473.30.h1,
			      Mexican tariff item 8473.30.x1 from any
			      other tariff item.


      8473.30.a2	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      8473.30.a2, U.S. tariff item 8473.30.h2,
			      Mexican tariff item 8473.30.x2 from any
			      other tariff item.

      8473.30.a3	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      8473.30.a3, U.S. tariff item 8473.30.h3,
			      Mexican tariff item 8473.30.x3 from any
			      other tariff item.

      8473.30		A change to subheading 8473.30 from any other
			heading.

8473.40 		A change to subheading 8473.40 from any other
			heading; or

			A change to subheading 8473.40 from within
			heading 8473.40, whether or not there is also
			a change from any other heading, provided
			there is a regional value content of not less
			than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8474.10-8474.80 	      A change to subheadings 8474.10 through
			      8474.80 from any other heading; or

			A change to subheadings 8474.10 through
			8474.80 from subheading 8474.90, whether or
			not there is also a change from any other
			heading, provided there is a regional value
			content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8474.90 		A change to subheading 8474.90 from any other
			heading; or

			A change to subheading 8474.90 from within
			subheading 8474.90, whether or not there is
			also a change from any other heading,
			provided there is a regional value content of
			not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.



8475.10-8475.20 	      A change to subheadings 8475.10 through
			      8475.20 from any other heading; or

			A change to subheadings 8475.10 through
			8475.20 from subheading 8475.90, whether or
			not there is also a change from any other
			heading, provided there is a regional value
			content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8475.90 		A change to subheading 8475.90 from any other
			heading.

8476.11-8476.19 	      A change to subheadings 8476.11 through
			      8476.19 from any other heading; or

			A change to subheadings 8476.11 through
			8476.19 from subheading 8476.90, whether or
			not there is also a change from any other
			heading, provided there is a regional value
			content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8476.90 		A change to subheading 8476.90 from any other
			heading.

8477.10 		A change to subheading 8477.10 from any other
			subheading, except from Canadian tariff item
			8477.90.a1, U.S. tariff item 8477.90.h1,
			Mexican tariff item 8477.90.x1 or from more
			than one of the following:

			      o     Canadian tariff item
				    8477.90.a2, U.S. tariff item
				    8477.90.h2, Mexican tariff item
				    8477.x2,
			      o     Canadian tariff item 8537.10.a1,
				    U.S. tariff item 8537.10.h1,
				    Mexican tariff item 8537.10.x1.

8477.20 		A change to subheading 8477.20 from any other
			subheading, except from Canadian tariff item
			8477.90.a1, U.S. tariff item 8477.90.h1,
			Mexican tariff item 8477.90.x1 or from more
			than one of the following:

			      o     Canadian tariff item 8477.90.a2,
				    U.S. tariff item 8477.90.h2,
				    Mexican tariff item 8477.x2,
			      o     Canadian tariff item 8537.10.a1,
				    U.S. tariff item 8537.10.h1,
				    Mexican tariff item 8537.10.x1.


8477.30 		A change to subheading 8477.30 from any other
			subheading, except from Canadian tariff item
			8477.90.a1, U.S. tariff item 8477.90.h1,
			Mexican tariff item 8477.90.x1 or from more
			than one of the following:

			      o     Canadian tariff item
				    8477.90.a3, U.S. tariff item
				    8477.90.h3, Mexican tariff item
				    8477.90.x3,
			      o     Canadian tariff item 8537.10.a1,
				    U.S. tariff item 8537.10.h1,
				    Mexican tariff item 8537.10.x1.

8477.40-8477.80 	      A change to subheadings 8477.40 through
			      8477.80 from any other heading; or

			A change to subheadings 8477.40 through
			8477.80 from subheading 8477.90, whether or
			not there is also a change from any other
			heading, provided there is a regional value
			content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8477.90 		A change to subheading 8477.90 from any other
			heading.

8478.10 		A change to subheading 8478.10 from any other
			heading; or

			A change to subheading 8478.10 from
			subheading 8478.90, whether or not there is
			also a change from any other heading,
			provided there is a regional value content of
			not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8478.90 		A change to subheading 8478.90 from any other
			heading.

8479.10-8479.81 	      A change to subheadings 8479.10 through
			      8479.81 from any other heading; or

			A change to subheadings 8479.10 through
			8479.81 from subheading 8479.90, whether or
			not there is also a change from any other
			heading, provided there is a regional value
			content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8479.82

      8479.82.x1	      A change to Mexican tariff item
			      8479.82.x1 from any other tariff item,
			      except from Canadian tariff item
			      8479.90.a1, 8479.90.a2, 8479.90.a3
			      or 8479.90.a4, U.S. tariff item
			      8479.90.h1, 8479.90.h2, 8479.90.h3 or
			      8479.90.h4, Mexican tariff item
			      8479.90.x1, 8479.90.x2, 8479.90.x3 or
			      8479.90.x4, or combinations thereof.

      8479.82		A change to subheading 8479.82 from any other
			heading; or

			A change to subheading 8479.82 from
			subheading 8479.90, whether or not there is
			also a change from any other heading,
			provided there is a regional value content of
			not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8479.89

      8479.89.a1	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      8479.89.a1, U.S. tariff item 8479.89.h1
			      from any other tariff item, except from
			      Canadian tariff item 8479.90.a1,
			      8479.90.a2, 8479.90.a3 or 8479.90.a4,
			      U.S. tariff item 8479.90.h1, 8479.90.h2,
			      8479.90.h3 or 8479.90.h4, Mexican tariff
			      item 8479.90.x1, 8479.90.x2, 8479.90.x3
			      or 8479.90.x4, or combinations thereof.

      8479.89		A change to subheading 8479.89 from any other
			heading; or

			A change to subheading 8479.89 from
			subheading 8479.90, whether or not there is
			also a change from any other heading,
			provided there is a regional value content of
			not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8479.90

      8479.90.a1	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      8479.90.a1, U.S. tariff item 8479.90.h1,
			      Mexican tariff item 8479.90.x1 from any
			      other tariff item.

      8479.90.a2	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      8479.90.a2, U.S. tariff item 8479.90.h2,
			      Mexican tariff item 8479.90.x2 from any
			      other tariff item.

      8479.90.a3	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      8479.90.a3, U.S. tariff item 8479.90.h3,
			      Mexican tariff item 8479.90.x3 from any
			      other tariff item.

      8479.90.a4	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      8479.90.a4, U.S. tariff item 8479.90.h4,
			      Mexican tariff item 8479.90.x4 from any
			      other tariff item.

      8479.90		A change to subheading 8479.90 from any other
			heading.

84.80			      A change to heading 84.80 from any other
			      heading.

8481.10-8481.80 	      A change to subheadings 8481.10 through
			      8481.80 from any other heading; or

			A change to subheadings 8481.10 through
			8481.80 from subheading 8481.90, whether or
			not there is also a change from any other
			heading, provided there is a regional value
			content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8481.90 		A change to subheading 8481.90 from any other
			heading.

8482.10-8482.80 	      A change to subheadings 8482.10 through
			      8482.80 from any other subheading
			      outside that group, except from Canadian
			      tariff item 8482.99.a1, U.S. tariff
			      item 8482.99.h1, Mexican tariff item
			      8482.99.x1; or

			A change to subheadings 8482.10 through
			8482.80 from Canadian tariff item 8482.99.a1,
			U.S. tariff item 8482.99.h1, Mexican tariff
			item 8482.99.x1, whether or not there is also
			a change from any other subheading, provided
			there is a regional value content of not less
			than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8482.91-8482.99 	      A change to subheadings 8482.91 through
			      8482.99 from any other heading.

8483.10 		A change to subheading 8483.10 from any other
			heading; or

			A change to subheadings 8483.10 from
			subheading 8483.90, whether or not there is
			also a change from any other heading,
			provided there is a regional value content of
			not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8483.20 		A change to subheading 8483.20 from any other
			subheading, except from subheadings 8482.10
			through 8482.80, Canadian tariff item
			8482.99.a1, U.S. tariff item 8482.90.h1,
			Mexican tariff item 8482.90.x1 or subheading
			8483.90; or

			A change to subheadings 8483.20 from any of
			subheadings 8482.10 through 8482.80, Canadian
			tariff item 8482.99.a1, U.S. tariff item
			8482.90.h1, Mexican tariff item 8482.90.x1 or
			subheading 8483.90, whether or not there is
			also a change from any other subheading,
			provided there is a regional value content of
			not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8483.30 		A change to subheading 8483.30 from any other
			heading; or

			A change to subheadings 8483.30 from
			subheading 8483.90, whether or not there is
			also a change from any other heading,
			provided there is a regional value content of
			not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8483.40-8483.60 	      A change to subheadings 8483.40 through
			      8483.60 from any other subheading,
			      except from subheadings 8482.10 through
			      8482.80, Canadian tariff item
			      8482.99.a1, U.S. tariff item 8482.99.h1,
			      Mexican tariff item 8482.99.x1 or
			      subheading 8483.90; or

			A change to subheadings 8483.40 through
			8483.60 from any of subheadings 8482.10
			through 8482.80, Canadian tariff item
			8482.99.a1, U.S. tariff item 8482.99.h1,
			Mexican tariff item 8482.99.x1 or subheading
			8483.90, whether or not there is also a
			change from any other subheading, provided
			there is a regional value content of not less
			than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8483.90 		A change to subheading 8483.90 from any other
			heading.

84.84-84.85		      A change to headings 84.84 through 84.85
			      from any other heading, including
			      another heading within that group.


Chapter 85		      Electrical Machinery and Equipment and
			      Parts Thereof; Sound Recorders and
			      Reproducers, Television Image and Sound
			      Recorders and Reproducers, and Parts and
			      Accessories of Such Articles
	    Note X:	Canadian tariff item 8517.90.a3, U.S. tariff
			item 8517.90.h3, Mexican tariff item
			8517.90.x3 covers the following parts of
			facsimile machines:

			(1)   Control or command assemblies,
			      incorporating at least two of the
			      following:  printed circuit assembly;
			      modem; hard or flexible (floppy) disc
			      drive; keyboard; user interface;

			(2)   Optics module assemblies, incorporating
			      at least two of the following:  optics
			      lamp; charge couples device and
			      appropriate optics; lenses; mirror;

			(3)   Laser imaging assemblies, incorporating
			      at least two of the following:
			      photoreceptor belt or cylinder; toner
			      receptacle unit; toner developing unit;
			      charge/discharge unit; cleaning unit;

			(4)   Ink jet marking assemblies,
			      incorporating at least two of the
			      following: thermal print head; ink
			      dispensing unit; nozzle and reservoir
			      unit; ink heater;

			(5)   Thermal transfer imaging assemblies,
			      incorporating at least two of the
			      following: thermal print head; cleaning
			      unit; supply or take-up roller;

			(6)   Ionographic imaging assemblies,
			      incorporating at least two of the
			      following: ion generation and emitting
			      unit; air assist unit; printed circuit
			      assembly; charge receptor belt or
			      cylinder; toner receptacle unit; toner
			      distribution unit; developer receptacle
			      and distribution unit; developing unit;
			      charge/discharge unit; cleaning unit;

			(7)   Image fixing assemblies, incorporating
			      at least two of the following:  fuser;
			      pressure roller; heating element;
			      release oil dispenser; cleaning unit;
			      electrical control;

			(8)   Paper handling assemblies, incorporating
			      at least two of the following: paper
			      transport belt; roller; print bar;
			      carriage; gripper roller; paper storage
			      unit; exit tray;

			(9)   Combinations of the above specified
			      assemblies.


	    Note Y:	For the purposes of this Chapter, references
			to "high definition" as it applies to
			television receivers and cathode-ray tubes
			refers to goods having:

			(1)   an aspect ratio of the screen equal to
			      or greater than 16:9; and
			(2)   a viewing screen capable of displaying
			      more than 700 scanning lines.

			For the purposes of this Chapter, the video
			display diagonal is determined by measuring
			the maximum straight line dimension across
			the visible portion of the face plate used
			for displaying video.

	    Note Z:	Canadian tariff item 8529.90.a3, U.S. tariff
			item 8529.90.h3, Mexican tariff item
			8529.90.x3 covers the following parts of
			television receivers:

			(1)   Video intermediate (IF) amplifying and
			      detecting systems;
			(2)   Video processing and amplification
			      systems;
			(3)   Synchronizing and deflection circuitry;
			(4)   Tuners and tuner control systems;
			(5)   Audio detection and amplification
			      systems.


	    Note XX:	For the purposes of Canadian tariff item
			8540.91.a1, U.S. tariff item 8540.91.h1,
			Mexican tariff item 8540.91.x1, the term
			"front panel assembly" refers to an assembly
			which consists of a glass panel and a shadow
			mask or aperture grille, attached for
			ultimate use, which is suitable for
			incorporation into a colour cathode ray
			television picture tube (including video
			monitor cathode-ray tube), and which has
			undergone the necessary chemical and physical
			processes for imprinting phosphors on the
			glass panel with sufficient precision to
			render a video image when excited by a stream
			of electrons.


85.01			      A change to heading 85.01 from any other
			      heading, except from Canadian tariff
			      item 8503.00.a1, U.S. tariff item
			      8503.00.h1, Mexican tariff item
			      8503.00.x1; or

			A change to heading 85.01 from Canadian
			tariff item 8503.00.a1, U.S. tariff item
			8503.00.h1, Mexican tariff item 8503.00.x1,
			whether or not there is also a change from
			any other heading, provided there is a
			regional value content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

85.02			      A change to heading 85.02 from any other
			      heading, except from heading 84.06,
			      84.11, 85.01 or 85.03; or

			A change to heading 85.02 from any of
			headings 84.06, 84.11, 85.01 or 85.03,
			whether or not there is also a change from
			any other heading, provided there is a
			regional value content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

85.03			      A change to heading 85.03 from any other
			      heading.

8504.10-8504.34 	      A change to subheadings 8504.10 through
			      8504.34 from any other heading; or

			A change to subheadings 8504.10 through
			8504.34 from subheading 8504.90, whether or
			not there is also a change from any other
			heading, provided there is a regional value
			content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8504.40.a1		      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      8504.40.a1, U.S. tariff item 8504.40.h1,
			      Mexican tariff item 8504.40.x1 from any
			      other subheading.

8504.40.a2		      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      8504.40.a2, U.S. tariff item 8504.40.h2,
			      Mexican tariff item 8504.40.x2 from any
			      other subheading, except from Canadian
			      tariff item 8504.90.a1, U.S. tariff item
			      8504.40.h1, Mexican tariff item
			      8504.40.x1.

8504.40 		A change to subheading 8504.40 from any other
			heading; or

			A change to subheadings 8504.40 from
			subheading 8504.90, whether or not there is
			also a change from any other heading,
			provided there is a regional value content of
			not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8504.50 		A change to subheading 8504.50 from any other
			heading; or

			A change to subheading 8504.50 from
			subheading 8504.90, whether or not there is
			also a change from any other heading,
			provided there is a regional value content of
			not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8504.90

      8504.90.a2	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      8504.90.a2, U.S. tariff item 8504.90.h2,
			      Mexican tariff item 8504.90.x2 from any
			      other tariff item.

      8504.90		A change to subheading 8504.90 from any other
			heading.

8505.11-8505.30 	      A change to subheadings 8505.11 through
			      8505.30 from any other heading;or

			A change to subheadings 8505.11 through
			8505.30 from subheading 8505.90, whether or
			not there is also a change from any other
			heading, provided there is a regional value
			content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8505.90 		A change to subheading 8505.90 from any other
			heading.

8506.11-8506.20 	      A change to subheadings 8506.11 through
			      8506.20 from any other heading; or

			A change to subheadings 8506.11 through
			8506.20 from subheading 8506.90, whether or
			not there is also a change from any other
			heading, provided there is a regional value
			content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8506.90 		A change to subheading 8506.90 from any other
			heading.

8507.10-8507.80 	      A change to subheadings 8507.10 through
			      8507.80 from any other heading; or

			A change to subheadings 8507.10 through
			8507.80 from subheading 8507.90, whether or
			not there is also a change from any other
			heading, provided there is a regional value
			content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8507.90 		A change to subheading 8507.90 from any other
			heading.

8508.10-8508.80 	      A change to subheadings 8508.10 through
			      8508.80 from any other subheading
			      outside that group, except from heading
			      85.01 or Canadian tariff item
			      8508.90.a1, U.S. tariff item
			      8508.90.h1, Mexican tariff item
			      8508.90.x1; or

			A change to subheadings 8508.10 through
			8508.80 from any of heading 85.01 or Canadian
			tariff item 8508.90.a1, U.S. tariff item
			8508.90.h1, Mexican tariff item 8508.90.x1,
			whether or not there is also a change from
			any other subheading, provided there is a
			regional value content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8508.90 		A change to subheading 8508.90 from any other
			heading.

8509.10-8509.40 	      A change to subheadings 8509.10 through
			      8509.40 from any other subheading
			      outside that group, except from heading
			      85.01 or Canadian tariff item
			      8509.90.a1, U.S. tariff item
			      8509.90.h1, Mexican tariff item
			      8509.90.x1; or

			A change to subheadings 8509.10 through
			8509.40 from any of heading 85.01 or Canadian
			tariff item 8509.90.a1, U.S. tariff item
			8509.90.h1, Mexican tariff item 8509.90.x1,
			whether or not there is also a change from
			any other subheading, provided there is a
			regional value content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8509.80 		A change to subheading 8509.80 from any other
			heading; or

			A change to subheading 8509.80 from
			subheading 8509.90, whether or not there is
			also a change from any other heading,
			provided there is a regional value content of
			not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8509.90 		A change to subheading 8509.90 from any other
			heading.

8510.10-8510.20 	      A change to subheadings 8510.10 through
			      8510.20 from any other heading; or

			A change to subheadings 8510.10 through
			8510.20 from subheading 8510.90, whether or
			not there is also a change from any other
			heading, provided there is a regional value
			content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8510.90 		A change to subheading 8510.90 from any other
			heading.

8511.10-8511.80 	      A change to subheadings 8511.10 through
			      8511.80 from any other heading; or

			A change to subheadings 8511.10 through
			8511.80 from subheading 8511.90, whether or
			not there is also a change from any other
			heading, provided there is a regional value
			content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8511.90 		A change to subheading 8511.90 from any other
			heading.

8512.10-8512.40 	      A change to subheadings 8512.10 through
			      8512.40 from any other heading; or

			A change to subheadings 8512.10 through
			8512.40 from subheading 8512.90, whether or
			not there is also a change from any other
			heading, provided there is also a regional
			value content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8512.90 		A change to subheading 8512.90 from any other
			heading.

8513.10 		A change to subheading 8513.10 from any other
			heading; or

			A change to subheading 8513.10 from
			subheading 8513.90, whether or not there is
			also a change from any other heading,
			provided there is a regional value content of
			not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8513.90 		A change to subheading 8513.90 from any other
			heading.

8514.10-8514.40 	      A change to subheadings 8514.10 through
			      8514.40 from any other heading; or

			A change to subheadings 8514.10 through
			8514.40 from subheading 8514.90, whether or
			not there is also a change from any other
			heading, provided there is a regional value
			content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8514.90 		A change to subheading 8514.90 from any other
			heading.

8515.11-8515.80 	      A change to subheadings 8515.11 through
			      8515.80 from any other heading; or

			A change to subheadings 8515.11 through
			8515.80 from subheading 8515.90, whether or
			not there is also a change from any other
			heading, provided there is a regional value
			content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8515.90 		A change to subheading 8515.90 from any other
			heading.

8516.10-8516.29 	      A change to subheadings 8516.10 through
			      8516.29 from subheading 8516.80 or any
			      other heading; or

			A change to subheadings 8516.10 through
			8516.29 from subheading 8516.90, whether or
			not there is also a change from any of
			subheading 8516.80 or any other heading,
			provided there is a regional value content of
			not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8516.31 		A change to subheading 8516.31 from any other
			subheading, except from subheading 8516.80 or
			heading 85.01.

8516.32 		A change to subheading 8516.32 from
			subheading 8516.80 or from any other heading;
			or

			A change to subheading 8516.32 from
			subheading 8516.90, whether or not there is
			also a change from any of subheading 8516.80
			or any other heading, provided there is a
			regional value content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8516.33 		A change to subheading 8516.33 from any other
			subheading, except from subheading 8516.80,
			heading 85.01 or Canadian tariff item
			8516.90.a1, U.S. tariff item 8516.90.h1,
			Mexican tariff item 8516.90.x1.

8516.40 		A change to subheading 8516.40 from any other
			subheading, except from heading 84.02,
			subheading 8481.40 or Canadian tariff item
			8516.90.a2, U.S. tariff item 8516.90.h2,
			Mexican tariff item 8516.90.x2.

8516.50 		A change to subheading 8516.50 from any other
			subheading, except from Canadian tariff item
			8516.90.a3 or 8516.90.a4, U.S. tariff
			item 8516.90.h3 or 8516.90.h4, Mexican tariff
			item 8516.90.x3 or 8516.90.x4.

8516.60

      8516.60.a1	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      8516.60.a1, U.S. tariff item 8516.60.h1,
			      Mexican tariff item 8516.60.x1 from any
			      other tariff item, except from Canadian
			      tariff item 8516.90.a5, 8516.90.a6,
			      8516.90.a7 or 8537.10.a1, U.S.
			      tariff item 8516.90.h5, 8516.90.h6,
			      8516.90.h7 or 8537.10.h1, Mexican tariff
			      item 8516.90.x5, 8516.90.x6, 8516.90.x7
			      or 8537.10.x1.

      8516.60		A change to subheading 8516.60 from any other
			subheading.

8516.71 		A change to subheading 8516.71 from
			subheading 8516.80 or from any other heading;
			or

			A change to subheading 8516.71 from
			subheading 8516.90, whether or not there is
			also a change from any of subheading 8516.80
			or any other heading, provided there is a
			regional value content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8516.72 		A change to subheading 8516.72 from any other
			subheading, except from Canadian tariff item
			8516.90.a8, U.S. tariff item 8516.90.h8,
			Mexican tariff item 8516.90.x8 or subheading
			9032.10; or

			A change to subheading 8516.72 from any of
			Canadian tariff item 8516.90.a8, U.S. tariff
			item 8516.90.h8, Mexican tariff item
			8516.90.x8 or subheading 9032.10, whether or
			not there is also a change from any other
			subheading, provided there is a regional
			value content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8516.79 		A change to subheading 8516.79 from
			subheading 8516.80 or from any other heading;
			or

			A change to subheading 8516.79 from
			subheading 8516.90, whether or not there is
			also a change from any of subheading 8516.80
			or any other heading, provided there is a
			regional value content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8516.80 		A change to subheading 8516.80 from any other
			heading; or

			A change to subheading 8516.80 from
			subheading 8516.90, whether or not there is
			also a change from any other heading,
			provided there is a regional value content of
			not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8516.90

      8516.90.a3	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      8516.90.a3, U.S. tariff item 8516.90.h3,
			      Mexican tariff item 8516.90.x3 from any
			      other tariff item.

      8516.90.a4	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      8516.90.a4, U.S. tariff item 8516.90.h4,
			      Mexican tariff item 8516.90.x4 from any
			      other tariff item.

      8516.90.a5	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      8516.90.a5, U.S. tariff item 8516.90.h5,
			      Mexican tariff item 8516.90.x5 from any
			      other tariff item.

      8516.90.a6	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      8516.90.a6, U.S. tariff item 8516.90.h6,
			      Mexican tariff item 8516.90.x6 from any
			      other tariff item.

      8516.90.a7	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      8516.90.a7, U.S. tariff item 8516.90.h7,
			      Mexican tariff item 8516.90.x7 from any
			      other tariff item.

      8516.90		A change to subheading 8516.90 from any other
			heading.

8517.10 		A change to subheading 8517.10 from any
			other subheading, except from Canadian tariff
			item 8517.90.a1, U.S. tariff item 8517.90.04,
			Mexican tariff item 8517.90.x1.

8517.20 		A change to subheading 8517.20 from any other
			subheading, provided that, with respect to
			printed circuit assemblies (PCAs) of Canadian
			tariff item 8517.90.a1 or 8473.30.a1, U.S.
			tariff item 8517.90.04 or 8473.30.h1, Mexican
			tariff item 8517.90.x1 or 8473.30.x1:

			      a)    except as provided in subparagraph
				    (b), for each multiple of nine
				    PCAs, or any portion thereof, that
				    is contained in the good, only one
				    PCA may be a non-originating PCA;
				    and

			      b)    if the good contains less than
				    three PCAs, all of the PCAs must be
				    originating PCAs.

8517.30 		A change to subheading 8517.30 from any other
			subheading, provided that, with respect to
			printed circuit assemblies (PCAs) of Canadian
			tariff item 8517.90.a1 or 8473.30.a1, U.S.
			tariff item 8517.90.04 or 8473.30.h1, Mexican
			tariff item 8517.90.x1 or 8473.30.x1:

			      a)    except as provided in subparagraph
				    (b), for each multiple of nine
				    PCAs, or any portion thereof, that
				    is contained in the good, only one
				    PCA may be a non-originating PCA;
				    and

			      b)    if the good contains less than
				    three PCAs, all of the PCAs must be
				    originating PCAs.

8517.40

      8517.40.a2	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      8517.40.a2, U.S. tariff item 8517.40.h2,
			      Mexican tariff item 8517.40.x2 from any
			      other subheading, provided that, with
			      respect to printed circuit assemblies
			      (PCAs) of Canadian tariff item
			      8517.90.a1 or 8473.30.a1, U.S. tariff
			      item 8517.90.04 or 8473.30.h1, Mexican
			      tariff item 8517.90.x1 or 8473.30.x1:

			      a)    except as provided in subparagraph
				    (b), for each multiple of nine
				    PCAs, or any portion thereof, that
				    is contained in the good, only one
				    PCA may be a non-originating PCA;
				    and

			      b)    if the good contains less than
				    three PCAs, all of the PCAs must be
				    originating PCAs.

      8517.40		A change to subheading 8517.40 from any other
			subheading.

8517.81

      8517.81.x1	      A change to Mexican tariff item
			      8517.81.x1 from any other tariff item,
			      except from Canadian tariff item
			      8517.90.a3, U.S. tariff item 8517.90.h3,
			      Mexican tariff item 8517.90.x3.

8517.81 		A change to subheading 8517.81 from any other
			subheading, provided that, with respect to
			printed circuit assemblies (PCAs) of Canadian
			tariff item 8517.90.a1 or 8473.30.a1, U.S.
			tariff item 8517.90.04 or 8473.30.h1, Mexican
			tariff item 8517.90.x1 or 8473.30.x1:

			      a)    except as provided in subparagraph
				    (b), for each multiple of nine
				    PCAs, or any portion thereof, that
				    is contained in the good, only one
				    PCA may be a non-originating PCA;
				    and

			      b)    if the good contains less than
				    three PCAs, all of the PCAs must be
				    originating PCAs.

8517.82

      8517.82.a2	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      8517.82.a2, U.S. tariff item 8517.82.h2
			      from any other tariff item, except from
			      Canadian tariff item 8517.90.a3, U.S.
			      tariff item 8517.90.h3, Mexican tariff
			      item 8517.90.x3.

      8517.82		A change to subheading 8517.82 from any other
			subheading.

8517.90

      8517.90.a1	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      8517.90.a1, U.S. tariff item 8517.90.h1,
			      Mexican tariff item 8517.90.x1 from any
			      other tariff item, except from Canadian
			      tariff item 8517.90.a5, U.S. tariff item
			      8517.90.h5, Mexican tariff item
			      8517.90.x5.

      8517.90.a2	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      8517.90.a2, U.S. tariff item 8517.90.h2,
			      Mexican tariff item 8517.90.x2 from any
			      other tariff item, provided that, with
			      respect to printed circuit assemblies
			      (PCAs) of Canadian tariff item
			      8517.90.a1 or 8473.30.a1, U.S. tariff
			      item 8517.90.04 or 8473.30.h1, Mexican
			      tariff item 8517.90.x1 or 8473.30.x1:

			      a)    except as provided in subparagraph
				    (b), for each multiple of nine
				    PCAs, or any portion thereof, that
				    is contained in the good, only one
				    PCA may be a non-originating PCA;
				    and

			      b)    if the good contains less than
				    three PCAs, all of the PCAs must be
				    originating PCAs.

      8517.90.a3	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      8517.90.a3, U.S. tariff item 8517.90.h3,
			      Mexican tariff item 8517.90.x3 from any
			      other tariff item.

      8517.90.a4	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      8517.90.a4, U.S. tariff item 8517.90.h4,
			      Mexican tariff item 8517.90.x4 from any
			      other tariff item.

      8517.90.a5	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      8517.90.a5, U.S. tariff item 8517.90.h5,
			      Mexican tariff item 8517.90.x5 from any
			      other tariff item.

      8517.90.a6	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      8517.90.a6, U.S. tariff item 8517.90.h6,
			      Mexican tariff item 8517.90.x6 from any
			      other heading.

      8517.90.a7	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      8517.90.a7, U.S. tariff item 8517.90.h7,
			      Mexican tariff item 8517.90.x7 from
			      Canadian tariff item 8517.90.a6, U.S.
			      tariff item 8517.90.h6, Mexican tariff
			      item 8517.90.x6 or from any other
			      heading.

      8517.90		A change to subheading 8517.90 from any other
			heading.

8518.10-8518.21 	      A change to subheadings 8518.10 through
			      8518.21 from any other heading; or

			A change to subheadings 8518.10 through
			8518.21 from subheading 8518.90, whether or
			not there is also a change from any other
			heading, provided there is a regional value
			content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8518.22 		A change to subheading 8518.22 from any other
			heading; or

			A change to subheading 8518.22 from any of
			subheading 8518.29 or 8518.90, whether or not
			there is also a change from any other
			heading, provided there is a regional value
			content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8518.29 		A change to subheading 8518.29 from any other
			heading; or

			A change to subheading 8518.29 from
			subheading 8518.90, whether or not there is
			also a change from any other heading,
			provided there is a regional value content of
			not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8518.30

      8518.30.a1	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      8518.30.a1, U.S. tariff item 8518.30.10,
			      Mexican tariff item 8518.30.x1 from any
			      other tariff item.

      8518.30		A change to subheading 8518.30 from any other
			heading; or

			A change to subheading 8518.30 from
			subheading 8518.90, whether or not there is
			also a change from any other heading,
			provided there is a regional value content of
			not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8518.40-8518.50 	      A change to subheadings 8518.40 through
			      8518.50 from any other heading; or

			A change to subheadings 8518.40 through
			8518.50 from subheading 8518.90, whether or
			not there is also a change from any other
			heading, provided there is a regional value
			content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8518.90 		A change to subheading 8518.90 from any other
			heading.

8519.10-8519.99 	      A change to subheadings 8519.10 through
			      8519.99 from any other subheading,
			      including another subheading within that
			      group, except from Canadian tariff item
			      8522.90.a1, U.S. tariff item
			      8522.90.h1, 8522.90.x1.

8520.10-8520.90 	      A change to subheadings 8520.10 through
			      8520.90 from any other subheading,
			      including another subheading within that
			      group, except from Canadian tariff item
			      8522.90.a1, U.S. tariff item 8522.90.h1,
			      8522.90.x1.

8521.10-8521.90 	      A change to subheadings 8521.10 through
			      8521.90 from any other subheading,
			      including another subheading within that
			      group, except from Canadian tariff item
			      8522.90.a1, U.S. tariff item 8522.90.h1,
			      8522.90.x1.

85.22			      A change to heading 85.22 from any other
			      heading.

85.23-85.24		      A change to headings 85.23 through 85.24
			      from any other heading, including
			      another heading within that group.

8525.10-8525.20 	      A change to subheadings 8525.10 through
			      8525.20 from any other subheading,
			      provided that, with respect to printed
			      circuit assemblies (PCAs) of Canadian
			      tariff item 8529.90.a1, U.S. tariff
			      item 8529.90.h1, Mexican tariff item
			      8529.90.x1:

			      a)    except as provided in subparagraph
				    (b), for each multiple of nine
				    PCAs, or any portion thereof, that
				    is contained in the good, only one
				    PCA may be a non-originating PCA;
				    and

			      b)    if the good contains less than
				    three PCAs, all of the PCAs must be
				    originating PCAs.

8525.30

      8525.30.a1	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      8525.30.a1, U.S. tariff item 8525.30.h1,
			      Mexican tariff item 8525.30.x1 from any
			      other tariff item, except from Canadian
			      tariff item 8525.30.a2, U.S. tariff
			      item 8525.30.h2, Mexican tariff item
			      8525.30.x2.

      8525.30		A change to subheading 8525.30 from any other
			subheading, except from Canadian tariff item
			8529.90.a1, U.S. tariff item 8529.90.h1,
			Mexican tariff item 8529.90.x1.

8526.10 		A change to subheading 8526.10 from any other
			subheading, except from subheading 8525.20,
			Canadian tariff item 8529.90.a2, U.S.
			tariff item 8529.90.h2, Mexican tariff item
			8529.90.x2 or from more than two of the
			following:

			      o     subheading 8529.10,
			      o     radar display unit,
			      o     Canadian tariff item 8529.90.a1,
				    U.S. tariff item 8529.90.h1,
				    Mexican tariff item 8529.90.x1.

8526.91-8526.92 	      A change to subheadings 8526.91 through
			      8526.92 from any other heading, except
			      from heading 85.29; or

			A change to subheadings 8526.91 through
			8526.92 from heading 85.29, whether or not
			there is also a change from any other
			heading, provided there is a regional value
			content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8527.11-8527.39 	      A change to subheadings 8527.11 through
			      8527.39 from any other subheading,
			      including another subheading within that
			      group, except from Canadian tariff item
			      8529.90.a1, U.S. tariff item 8529.90.h1,
			      Mexican tariff item 8529.90.x1.

8527.90 		A change to subheading 8527.90 from any other
			subheading, provided that, with respect to
			printed circuit assemblies (PCAs) of Canadian
			tariff item 8529.90.a1, U.S. tariff item
			8529.90.h1, Mexican tariff item 8529.90.x1:

			      a)    except as provided in subparagraph
				    (b), for each multiple of nine
				    PCAs, or any portion thereof, that
				    is contained in the good, only one
				    PCA may be a non-originating PCA;
				    and

			      b)    if the good contains less than
				    three PCAs, all of the PCAs must be
				    originating PCAs.

8528.10

      8528.10.a1	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      8528.10.a1, U.S. tariff item 8528.10.h1,
			      Mexican tariff item 8528.10.x1 from any
			      other heading, except from Canadian
			      tariff item 8529.90.a1, U.S. tariff item
			      8529.90.h1, Mexican tariff item
			      8529.90.x1.

      8528.10.a2	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      8528.10.a2, U.S. tariff item 8528.10.h2,
			      Mexican tariff item 8528.10.x2 from any
			      other heading, except from Canadian
			      tariff 8540.11.a1, U.S. tariff item
			      8540.11.h1, Mexican tariff item
			      8540.11.x1.

		  Note:       Commencing on January 1, 1999, the above
			      rule of origin for tariff item
			      8528.10.a2 shall be replaced by the
			      following:

      8528.10.a2	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      8528.10.a2, U.S. tariff item 8528.10.h2,
			      Mexican tariff item 8528.10.x2 from any
			      other heading, except from Canadian
			      tariff 8540.11.a1, U.S. tariff item
			      8540.11.h1, Mexican tariff item
			      8540.11.x1 or a combination of all the
			      specified parts of television receivers,
			      as listed in Note Z to Chapter 85, plus
			      a power supply.

      8528.10.a3	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      8528.10.a3, U.S. tariff item 8528.10.h3,
			      Mexican tariff item 8528.10.x3 from any
			      other heading, except from Canadian
			      tariff item 8540.12.a1, U.S. tariff
			      item 8540.12.h1, 8540.12.x1.

      8528.10.a4	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      8528.10.a4, U.S. tariff item 8528.10.h4,
			      Mexican tariff item 8528.10.x4 from any
			      other heading, except from Canadian
			      tariff 8540.11.a2, Mexican tariff
			      8540.11.h2, U.S. 8540.11.x2.  In
			      addition, no more than half by unit of
			      the semiconductors of Canadian tariff
			      item 8542.11.a1, U.S. tariff item
			      8542.11.h1, Mexican tariff item
			      8542.11.x1 may be non-originating; or

			A change to Canadian tariff item 8528.10.a4,
			U.S. tariff item 8528.10.h4, Mexican tariff
			item 8528.10.x4 from any other heading,
			except from Canadian tariff 8540.11.a2,
			Mexican tariff 8540.11.h2, U.S. 8540.11.x2.
			In addition, the regional value content must
			be not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

      8528.10.a5	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      8528.10.a5, U.S. tariff item 8528.10.h5,
			      Mexican tariff item 8528.10.x5 from any
			      other heading, except from Canadian
			      tariff item 8540.12.a2, Mexican
			      tariff item 8540.12.h2, U.S. tariff item
			      8540.12.x2. In addition, no more than
			      half by unit of the semiconductors of
			      Canadian tariff item 8542.11.a1, U.S.
			      tariff item 8542.11.h1, Mexican tariff
			      item 8542.11.x1 may be non-originating;
			      or

			A change to Canadian tariff item 8528.10.a5,
			U.S. tariff item 8528.10.h5, Mexican tariff
			item 8528.10.x5 from any other heading,
			except from Canadian tariff item 8540.12.a2,
			Mexican tariff item 8540.12.h2, U.S. tariff
			item 8540.12.x2.  In addition, the regional
			value content must be not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

      8528.10.a6	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      8528.10.a6, U.S. tariff item 8528.10.h6,
			      Mexican tariff item 8528.10.x6 from any
			      other heading, except from Canadian
			      tariff item 8529.90.a5, U.S. tariff
			      item 8529.90.h5, Mexican tariff item
			      8529.90.x5.

      8528.10		A change to subheading 8528.10 from any other
			heading, provided there is a regional value-
			content percentage is not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8528.20 		A change to subheading 8528.20 from any other
			heading, provided that, with respect to
			printed circuit assemblies (PCAs) of Canadian
			tariff item 8529.90.a1, U.S. tariff item
			8529.90.10, Mexican tariff item 8529.90.x1:

			      a)    except as provided in subparagraph
				    (b), for each multiple of nine
				    PCAs, or any portion thereof, that
				    is contained in the good, only one
				    PCA may be a non-originating PCA;
				    and

			      b)    if the good contains less than
				    three PCAs, all of the PCAs must be
				    originating PCAs.

8529.10 		A change to subheading 8529.10 from any other
			heading.

8529.90

      8529.90.a1	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      8529.90.a1, U.S. tariff item 8529.90.h1,
			      Mexican tariff item 8529.90.x1 from any
			      other tariff item.

      8529.90.a2	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      8529.90.a2, U.S. tariff item 8529.90.h2,
			      Mexican tariff item 8529.90.x2 from any
			      other tariff item.

      8529.90.a3	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      8529.90.a3, U.S. tariff item 8529.90.h3,
			      Mexican tariff item 8529.90.x3 from any
			      other tariff item.

      8529.90.a4	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      8529.90.a4, U.S. tariff item 8529.90.h4,
			      Mexican tariff item 8529.90.x4 from any
			      other tariff item.

      8529.90.a5	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      8529.90.a5, U.S. tariff item 8529.90.h5,
			      Mexican tariff item 8529.90.x5 from any
			      other tariff item.

      8529.90.a6	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      8529.90.a6, U.S. tariff item 8529.90.h6,
			      Mexican tariff item 8529.90.x6 from any
			      other tariff item.

      8529.90.a7	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      8529.90.a7, U.S. tariff item 8529.90.h7,
			      Mexican tariff item 8529.90.x7 from any
			      other heading; or

			A change to Canadian tariff item 8529.90.a7,
			U.S. tariff item 8529.90.h7, Mexican tariff
			item 8529.90.x7 from within Canadian tariff
			item 8529.90.a7, U.S. tariff item 8529.90.h7,
			Mexican tariff item 8529.90.x7, whether or
			not there is also a change from any other
			heading, provided there is a regional value
			content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

      8529.90		A change to subheading 8529.90 from any other
			heading.

8530.10-8530.80 	      A change to subheadings 8530.10 through
			      8530.80 from any other heading; or

			A change to subheadings 8530.10 through
			8530.80 from subheading 8530.90, whether or
			not there is also a change from any other
			heading, provided there is a regional value
			content not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8530.90 		A change to subheading 8530.90 from any other
			heading.

8531.10 		A change to subheading 8531.10 from any other
			subheading, except from Canadian tariff item
			8531.90.a1, U.S. tariff item 8531.90.h1,
			Mexican tariff item 8531.90.x3.

8531.20 		A change to subheading 8531.20 from any other
			heading; or

			A change to subheading 8531.20 from
			subheading 8531.90, whether or not there is
			also a change from any other heading,
			provided there is a regional value content of
			not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8531.80

      8531.80.h1	      A change to U.S. tariff item 8531.80.h1
			      from any other subheading, provided
			      that, with respect to printed circuit
			      assemblies (PCAs) of Canadian tariff
			      item 8531.90.a1, U.S. tariff item
			      8531.90.h1, Mexican tariff item
			      8531.90.x1:

			      a)    except as provided in subparagraph
				    (b), for each multiple of nine
				    PCAs, or any portion thereof, that
				    is contained in the good, only one
				    PCA may be a non-originating PCA;
				    and

			      b)    if the good contains less than
				    three PCAs, all of the PCAs must be
				    originating PCAs.

      8531.80		A change to subheading 8531.80 from any other
			heading; or

			A change to subheading 8531.80 from
			subheading 8531.90, whether or not there is
			also a change from any other heading,
			provided there is a regional value content of
			not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8531.90 		A change to subheading 8531.90 from any other
			heading.

8532.10 		A change to subheading 8532.10 from any other
			heading; or

			A change to subheading 8532.10 from
			subheading 8532.90, whether or not there is
			also a change from any other heading,
			provided there is a regional value content of
			not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8532.21-8532.30 	      A change to subheadings 8532.21 through
			      8532.30 from any other subheading,
			      including another subheading within that
			      group.

8532.90 		A change to subheading 8532.90 from any other
			heading.

8533.10-8533.39 	      A change to subheadings 8533.10 through
			      8533.39 from any other subheading,
			      including another subheading within that
			      group.

8533.40 		A change to subheading 8533.40 from any other
			subheading, except from Canadian tariff item
			8533.90.a1, U.S. tariff item 8533.90.h1,
			Mexican tariff item 8533.90.x1.

8533.90 		A change to subheading 8533.90 from any other
			heading.

85.34			      A change to heading 85.34 from any other
			      heading.

85.35

      8535.90.a1	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      8535.90.a1, U.S. tariff item 8535.90.h1,
			      Mexican tariff item 8535.90.x1 from any
			      other tariff item, except from Canadian
			      tariff item 8538.90.a1, U.S. tariff
			      item 8538.90.h1, Mexican tariff item
			      8538.90.x1; or

			A change to Canadian tariff item 8535.90.a1,
			U.S. tariff item 8535.90.h1, Mexican tariff
			item 8535.90.x1 from Canadian tariff item
			8535.90.a1, U.S. tariff item 8535.90.h1,
			Mexican tariff item 8538.90.x1, whether or
			not there is also a change from any other
			tariff item, provided there is a regional
			value content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

      85.35		      A change to heading 85.35 from any other
			      heading, except from Canadian tariff
			      item 8538.90.a2 or 8538.90.a3,
			      U.S. tariff item 8538.90.h2 or
			      8538.90.h3, Mexican tariff item
			      8538.90.x2 or 8538.90.x3; or

			A change to heading 85.35 from any of
			Canadian tariff items 8538.90.a2 or
			8538.90.a3, U.S. tariff items 8538.90.h2 or
			8538.90.h3, Mexican tariff items 8538.90.x2
			or 8538.90.x3, whether or not there is also a
			change from any other heading, provided there
			is a regional value content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

85.36

      8536.30.a1	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      8536.30.a1, U.S. tariff item 8536.30.h1,
			      Mexican tariff item 8536.30.x1 from any
			      other tariff item, except from Canadian
			      tariff item 8538.90.a1, U.S. tariff item
			      8538.90.h1, Mexican tariff item
			      8538.90.x1; or

			A change to Canadian tariff item 8536.30.a1,
			U.S. tariff item 8536.30.h1, Mexican tariff
			item 8536.30.x1 from Canadian tariff item
			8538.90.a1, U.S. tariff item 8538.90.h1,
			Mexican tariff item 8538.90.x1, whether or
			not there is also a change from any other
			tariff item, provided there is a regional
			value content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

      8536.50.a1	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      8536.50.a1, U.S. tariff item 8536.50.h1,
			      Mexican tariff item 8536.50.x1 from any
			      other tariff item, except from Canadian
			      tariff item 8538.90.a1, U.S. tariff item
			      8538.90.h1, Mexican tariff item
			      8538.90.x1; or

			A change to Canadian tariff item 8536.50.a1,
			U.S. tariff item 8536.50.h1, Mexican tariff
			item 8536.50.x1 from Canadian tariff item
			8538.90.a1, U.S. tariff item 8538.90.h1,
			Mexican tariff item 8538.90.x1, whether or
			not there is also a change from any other
			tariff item, provided there is a regional
			value content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

      8536.90.x1	      A change to Mexican tariff item
			      8536.90.x1 from any other tariff item,
			      except from Canadian tariff item
			      8538.90.a1, U.S. tariff item 8538.90.h1,
			      Mexican tariff item 8538.90.x1; or

			A change to Mexican tariff item 8536.90.x1
			from Canadian tariff item 8538.90.a1, U.S.
			tariff item 8538.90.h1, Mexican tariff item
			8538.90.x1, whether or not there is also a
			change from any other tariff item, provided
			there is a regional value content of not less
			than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

      85.36		      A change to heading 85.36 from any other
			      heading, except from Canadian tariff
			      item 8538.90.a2 or 8538.90.a3, U.S.
			      tariff item 8538.90.h2 or 8538.90.h3,
			      Mexican tariff item 8538.90.x2 or
			      8538.90.x3; or

			A change to heading 85.36 from any of
			Canadian tariff items 8538.90.a2 or
			8538.90.a3, U.S. tariff items 8538.90.h2 or
			8538.90.h3, Mexican tariff items 8538.90.x2
			or 8538.90.x3, whether or not there is also a
			change from any other heading, provided there
			is a regional value content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

85.37			      A change to heading 85.37 from any other
			      heading, except from Canadian tariff
			      item 8538.90.a2 or 8538.90.a3, U.S.
			      tariff item 8538.90.h2 or 8538.90.h3,
			      Mexican tariff item 8538.90.x2 or
			      8538.90.x3; or

			A change to heading 85.37 from any of
			Canadian tariff items 8538.90.a2 or
			8538.90.a3, U.S. tariff items 8538.90.h2 or
			8538.90.h3, Mexican tariff items 8538.90.x2
			or 8538.90.x3, whether or not there is also a
			change from any other heading, provided there
			is a regional value content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

85.38			      A change to heading 85.38 from any other
			      heading.

8539.10-8539.40 	      A change to subheadings 8539.10 through
			      8539.40 from any other heading; or

			A change to subheadings 8539.10 through
			8539.40 from subheading 8539.90, whether or
			not there is also a change from any other
			heading, provided there is a regional value
			content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8539.90 		A change to subheading 8539.90 from any other
			heading.

8540.11

      8540.11.a1	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      8540.11.a1, U.S. tariff item 8540.11.h1,
			      Mexican tariff item 8540.11.x1 from any
			      other subheading, except from more than
			      one of the following:

			      o     Canadian tariff item
				    8540.91.a1, U.S. tariff item
				    8540.91.11, Mexican tariff item
				    8540.91.x1
			      o     Canadian tariff item
				    7011.20.a1, U.S. tariff item
				    7011.20.11, Mexican tariff item
				    7011.20.x1.

      8540.11.a2	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      8540.11.a2, U.S. tariff item 8540.11.h2,
			      Mexican tariff item 8540.11.x2 from any
			      other subheading, except from Canadian
			      tariff item 8540.91.a1, U.S. tariff item
			      8540.91.h1, Mexican tariff item
			      8540.91.x1.

      8540.11		A change to subheading 8540.11 from any other
			heading; or

			A change to subheading 8540.11 from
			subheading 8540.91, whether or not there is
			also a change from any other heading,
			provided there is a regional value content of
			not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8540.12

      8540.12.a1	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      8540.12.a1, U.S. tariff item 8540.12.h1,
			      Mexican tariff item 8540.12.x1 from any
			      other subheading, except from more than
			      one of the following:

			      o     Canadian tariff item 8540.91.a1,
				    U.S. tariff item 8540.91.11,
				    Mexican tariff item 8540.91.x1,
			      o     Canadian tariff item 7011.21.a1,
				    U.S. tariff item 7011.21.11,
				    Mexican tariff item 7011.21.x1.

      8540.12.a2	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      8540.12.a2, U.S. tariff item 8540.12.h2,
			      Mexican tariff item 8540.12.x2 from any
			      other subheading, except from Canadian
			      tariff item 8540.91.a1, U.S. tariff item
			      8540.91.h1, Mexican tariff item
			      8540.91.x1.

      8540.12		A change to subheading 8540.12 from any other
			heading; or

			A change to subheading 8540.12 from
			subheading 8540.91, whether or not there is
			also a change from any other heading,
			provided there is a regional value content of
			not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8540.20 		A change to subheading 8540.20 from any other
			heading; or

			A change to subheading 8540.20 from any of
			subheadings 8540.91 through 8540.99, whether
			or not there is also a change from any other
			heading, provided there is a regional value
			content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8540.30 		A change to subheading 8540.30 from any other
			subheading, except from Canadian tariff item
			8540.91.a1, U.S. tariff item 8540.91.h1,
			Mexican tariff item 8540.91.x1.

8540.41-8540.49 	      A change to subheadings 8540.41 through
			      8540.49 from any other subheading
			      outside of that group, except from
			      Canadian tariff item 8540.99.a1,
			      U.S. tariff item 8540.99.h1, Mexican
			      tariff item 8540.99.x1.

8540.81-8540.89 	      A change to subheadings 8540.81 through
			      8540.89 from any other subheading,
			      including another subheading within that
			      group.

8540.91

      8540.91.a1	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      8540.91.a1, U.S. tariff item 8540.91.11,
			      Mexican tariff item 8540.91.x1 from any
			      other tariff item.

      8540.91		A change to subheading 8540.91 from any other
			heading.

8540.99

      8540.99.a1	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      8540.99.a1, U.S. tariff item 8540.99.h1,
			      Mexican tariff item 8540.99.x1 from any
			      other tariff item.

      8540.99		A change to subheading 8540.99 from any other
			heading.

85.41-85.42		Note:	    Notwithstanding Article 410
				    (Transshipment), goods qualifying
				    under the rule below as originating
				    goods may undergo further
				    production outside the territory of
				    the Parties and, when imported into
				    the territory of a Party, will
				    originate in the territory of a
				    Party, provided that such further
				    production did not result in a
				    change to a subheading outside of
				    headings 85.41 and 85.42.

			A change to subheadings 8541.10 through
			8542.90 from any other subheading, including
			another subheading within that group.

8543.10-8543.30 	      A change to subheadings 8543.10 through
			      8543.30 from any other heading; or

			A change to subheadings 8543.10 through
			8543.30 from subheading 8543.90, whether or
			not there is also a change from any other
			heading, provided there is a regional value
			content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8543.80

      8543.80.a1	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      8543.80.a1, U.S. tariff item 8543.80.h1,
			      Mexican tariff item 8543.80.x1 from any
			      other subheading, except from subheading
			      8504.40 or Canadian tariff item
			      8543.90.a1, U.S. tariff item
			      8543.90.h1, Mexican tariff item
			      8543.90.x1; or

			A change to Canadian tariff item 8543.80.a1,
			U.S. tariff item 8543.80.h1, Mexican tariff
			item 8543.80.x1 from any of subheading
			8504.40 or Canadian tariff item 8543.90.a1,
			U.S. tariff item 8543.90.h1, Mexican tariff
			item 8543.90.x1, whether or not there is also
			a change from any other subheading, provided
			there is a regional value content of not less
			than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

      8543.80		A change to subheading 8543.80 from any other
			heading; or

			A change to subheading 8543.80 from
			subheading 8543.90, whether or not there is
			also a change from any other heading,
			provided there is a regional value content of
			not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8543.90 		A change to subheading 8543.90 from any other
			heading.

8544.11-8544.60 	      A change to subheadings 8544.11 through
			      8544.60 from any other subheading,
			      except from heading 74.08, 74.13, 76.05
			      or 76.14; or

			A change to subheadings 8544.11 through
			8544.60 from any of headings 74.08, 74.13,
			76.05 or 76.14, whether or not there is also
			a change from any other subheading, provided
			there is also a regional value content of not
			less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8544.70 		A change to subheading 8544.70 from any other
			subheading, except from heading 90.01 or
			70.02; or

			A change to subheading 8544.70 from any of
			headings 90.01 or 70.02, whether or not there
			is also a change from any other subheading,
			provided there is a regional value content of
			not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used; or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

85.45-85.48		      A change to headings 85.45 through 85.48
			      from any other heading, including
			      another heading within that group.



Annex 00 SECTION XVII Vehicles, Aircraft, Vessels and Associated Transport Equipment
(Ch. 86-89)

Chapter 86		      Railway or Tramway Locomotives, Rolling-
			      Stock and Parts Thereof; Railway or
			      Tramway Track Fixtures and Fittings and
			      Parts Thereof; Mechanical (Including
			      Electro-Mechanical) Traffic Signalling
			      Equipment of all Kinds

86.01-86.06		      A change to headings 86.01 through 86.06
			      from any other heading, including
			      another heading within that group,
			      except from heading 86.07; or

			A change to headings 86.01 through 86.06 from
			heading 86.07, whether or not there is also a
			change from any other heading, provided there
			is a regional value content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8607.11-8607.12 	      A change to subheadings 8607.11 through
			      8607.12 from any other heading.

8607.19

      8607.19.11	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      8607.19.11, U.S. tariff item 8607.19.12,
			      Mexican tariff item 8607.19.02 or
			      8607.19.06 from any other heading; or

			A change to Canadian tariff item 8607.19.11,
			U.S. tariff item 8607.19.12, Mexican tariff
			item 8607.19.02 or 8607.19.06 from Canadian
			tariff item 8607.19.14, U.S. tariff item
			8607.19.16, Mexican tariff item 8607.19.99,
			whether or not there is also a change from
			any other heading, provided there is a
			regional value content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

      8607.19.12	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      8607.19.12, U.S. tariff item 8607.19.22,
			      Mexican tariff item 8607.19.03 from any
			      other heading; or

			A change to Canadian tariff item 8607.19.12,
			U.S. tariff item 8607.19.22, Mexican tariff
			item 8607.19.03 from Canadian tariff item
			8607.19.14, U.S. tariff item 8607.19.26,
			Mexican tariff item 8607.19.99, whether or
			not there is also a change from any other
			heading, provided there is a regional value
			content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

      8607.19		A change to subheading 8607.19 from any other
			heading.

8607.21-8607.30 	      A change to subheadings 8607.21 through
			      8607.30 from any other heading.

8607.91-8607.99 	      A change to subheadings 8607.91 through
			      8607.99 from any other heading.

86.08-86.09		      A change to headings 86.08 through 86.09
			      from any other heading, including
			      another heading within that group.


Chapter 87		      Vehicles Other Than Railway or Tramway
			      Rolling-Stock, and Parts and Accessories
			      Thereof


87.01			      A change to heading 87.01 from any other
			      heading, provided there is a regional
			      value content of not less than 50% under
			      the net cost method.

87.02

      8702.10.a1	      A change to tariff item 8702.10.a1 from
			      any other heading, provided there is a
			      regional value content of not less than
			      50% under the net cost method.

      8702.10.a2	      A change to tariff item 8702.10.a2 from
			      any other heading, provided there is a
			      regional value content of not less than
			      50% under the net cost method.

      8702.90.a1	      A change to tariff item 8702.90.a1 from
			      any other heading, provided there is a
			      regional value content of not less than
			      50% under the net cost method.

      8702.90.a2	      A change to tariff item 8702.90.a2 from
			      any other heading, provided there is a
			      regional value content of not less than
			      50% under the net cost method.

8703.10 		A change to subheading 8703.10 from any other
			heading, provided there is a regional value
			content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8703.21-8703.90 	      A change to subheadings 8703.21 through
			      8703.90 from any other heading, provided
			      there is a regional value content of not
			      less than 50% under the net cost method.

8704.10 		A change to subheading 8704.10 from any other
			heading, provided there is a regional value
			content of not less than 50% under the net
			cost method.

8704.21 		A change to subheading 8704.21 from any other
			heading, provided there is a regional value
			content of not less than 50%  under the net
			cost method.

8704.22-8407.23 	  A change to subheadings 8704.22 through
			  8704.23 from any other heading, provided
			  there is a regional value content of not
			  less than 50% under the net cost method.

8704.31 		A change to subheading 8704.31 from any other
			heading, provided there is a regional value
			content of not less than 50% under the net
			cost method.

8704.32-8407.90 	  A change to subheadings 8704.32 through
			  8704.90 from any other heading, provided
			  there is a regional value content of not
			  less than 50% under the net cost method.

87.05			  A change to heading 87.05 from any other
			  heading, provided there is a regional
			  value content of not less than 50% under
			  the net cost method.

87.06

      8706.00.a1	      A change to subheading 8706.00.a1 from
			      any other chapter, provided there is a
			      regional value content of not less than
			      50% under the net cost method.

      8706.00.a2	      A change to subheading 8706.00.a2 from
			      any other chapter, provided there is a
			      regional value content of not less than
			      50% under the net cost method.

87.07			  A change to heading 87.07 from any other
			  chapter; or

			A change to heading 87.07 from heading 87.08,
			whether or not there is also a change from
			any other chapter, provided there is a
			regional value content of not less than 50%
			under the net cost method.

8708.10 		A change to subheading 8708.10 from any other
			heading; or

			A change to subheading 8707.10 from
			subheading 8708.99, whether or not there is
			also a change from any other heading,
			provided there is a regional value content of
			not less than 50% under the net cost method.

8708.21 		A change to subheading 8708.21 from any other
			heading; or

			A change to subheading 8708.21 from
			subheading 8708.99, whether or not there is
			also a change from any other heading,
			provided there is a regional value content of
			not less than 50% under the net cost method.

8708.29 		A change to subheading 8708.29 from any other
			heading; or

			A change to subheading 8708.29 from within
			subheading 8708.29 or from subheading
			8708.99, whether or not there is also a
			change from any other heading, provided there
			is a regional value content of not less than
			50% under the net cost method.

8708.31 		A change to subheading 8708.31 from any other
			heading; or

			A change to subheading 8708.31 from any of
			subheadings 8708.39 or 8708.99, whether or
			not there is also a change from any other
			heading, provided there is a regional value
			content of not less than 50% under the net
			cost method.

8708.39 		A change to subheading 8708.39 from any other
			heading; or

			A change to subheading 8708.39 from any of
			subheadings 8708.31 or 8708.99, whether or
			not there is also a change from any other
			heading, provided there is a regional value
			content of not less than 50% under the net
			cost method.

8708.40 		A change to subheading 8708.40 from any other
			heading; or

			A change to subheading 8708.40 from
			subheading 8708.99, whether or not there is
			also a change from any other heading,
			provided there is a regional value content of
			not less than 50% under the net cost method.

8708.50

      8708.50.a1	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      8708.50.a1, U.S. tariff item 8708.50.50,
			      Mexican tariff item 8708.50.x1 from any
			      other heading, except from subheadings
			      8482.10 through 8482.80; or

			A change to Canadian tariff item 8708.50.a1,
			U.S. tariff item 8708.50.50, Mexican tariff
			item 8708.50.x1 from any of subheadings
			8482.10 through 8482.80 or 8708.99, whether
			or not there is also a change from any other
			heading, provided there is a regional value
			content of not less than 50% under the net
			cost method.

    8708.50		  A change to subheading 8708.50 from any
			  other heading; or

			A change to subheading 8708.50 from
			subheading 8708.99, whether or not there is
			also a change from any other heading,
			provided there is a regional value content of
			not less than 50% under the net cost method.

8708.60

      8708.60.a1	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      8708.60.a1, U.S. tariff item 8708.60.h1,
			      Mexican tariff item 8708.60.x1 from any
			      other heading, except from subheadings
			      8482.10 through 8482.80; or

			A change to Canadian tariff item 8708.60.a1,
			U.S. tariff item 8708.60.h1, Mexican tariff
			item 8708.60.x1 from any of subheadings
			8482.10 through 8482.80 or 8708.99, whether
			or not there is also a change from any other
			heading, provided there is a regional value
			content of not less than 50% under the net
			cost method.

      8708.60		A change to subheading 8708.60 from any other
			heading; or

			A change to subheading 8708.60 from
			subheading 8708.99, whether or not there is
			also a change from any other heading,
			provided there is a regional value content of
			not less than 50% under the net cost method.

8708.70 		A change to subheading 8708.70 from any other
			heading; or

			A change to subheading 8708.70 from
			subheading 8708.99, whether or not there is
			also a change from any other heading,
			provided there is a regional value content of
			not less than 50% under the net cost method.

8708.80

      8708.80.a1	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      8708.80.a1, U.S. tariff item 8708.80.h1,
			      Mexican tariff item 8708.80.x1 from any
			      other subheading, provided there is a
			      regional value content of not less than
			      50% under the net cost method.

      8708.80		A change to subheading 8708.80 from any other
			heading; or

			A change to subheading 8708.80 from
			subheading 8708.99, whether or not there is
			also a change from any other heading,
			provided there is a regional value content of
			not less than 50% of the net cost method.

8708.91 		A change to subheading 8708.91 from any other
			heading; or

			A change to subheading 8708.91 from
			subheading 8708.99, whether or not there is
			also a change from any other heading,
			provided there is a regional value content of
			not less than 50% of the net cost method.

8708.92 		A change to subheading 8708.92 from any other
			heading; or

			A change to subheading 8708.92 from
			subheading 8708.99, whether or not there is
			also a change from any other heading,
			provided there is a regional value content of
			not less than 50% under the net cost method.

8708.93 		A change to subheading 8708.93 from any other
			heading; or

			A change to subheading 8708.93 from
			subheading 8708.99, whether or not there is
			also a change from any other heading,
			provided there is a regional value content of
			not less than 50% under the net cost method.

8708.94 		A change to subheading 8708.94 from any other
			heading; or

			A change to subheading 8708.94 from
			subheading 8708.99, whether or not there is
			also a change from any other heading,
			provided there is a regional value content of
			not less than 50% under the net cost method.

8708.99

      8708.99.a1	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      8708.99.a1, U.S. tariff item 8708.99.40,
			      Mexican tariff item 8708.99.x1 from any
			      other subheading, provided there is a
			      regional value content of not less than
			      50% under the net cost method.

      8708.99.a2	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      8708.99.a2, U.S. tariff item 8708.99.h2,
			      Mexican tariff item 8708.99.x2 from any
			      other heading, except from subheadings
			      8482.10 through 8482.80 or Canadian
			      tariff item 8482.99.a1, U.S. tariff
			      item 8482.99.h1, Mexican tariff item
			      8482.99.x1; or

			A change to Canadian tariff item 8708.99.a2,
			U.S. tariff item 8708.99.h2, Mexican tariff
			item 8708.99.x2 from any other tariff item,
			whether or not there is also a change from
			any other heading, provided there is a
			regional value content of not less than 50%
			under the net cost method.

      8708.99		A change to subheading 8708.99 from any other
			heading; or

			  A change to subheading 8708.99 from within
			  subheading 8708.99, whether or not there
			  is also a change from any other heading,
			  provided there is a regional value content
			  of not less than 50% under the net cost
			  method.

8709.11-8709.19 	  A change to subheadings 8709.11 through
			  8709.29 from any other heading; or

			A change to subheadings 8709.11 through
			8709.19 from subheading 8709.90, whether or
			not there is also a change from any other
			heading, provided there is a regional value
			content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8709.90 		A change to subheading 8709.90 from any other
			heading.

87.10			  A change to heading 87.10 from any other
			  heading.

87.11			  A change to heading 87.11 from any other
			  heading, except from heading 87.14; or

			A change to heading 87.11 from heading 87.14,
			whether or not there is also a change from
			any other heading, provided there is a
			regional value content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

87.12			  A change to heading 87.12 from any other
			  heading, except from heading 87.14; or

			A change to heading 87.12 from heading 87.14,
			whether or not there is also a change from
			any other heading, provided there is a
			regional value content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

87.13			  A change to heading 87.13 from any other
			  heading, except from heading 87.14; or

			A change to heading 87.13 from heading 87.14,
			whether or not there is also a change from
			any other heading, provided there is a
			regional value content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

87.14			  A change to heading 87.14 from any other
			  heading.

87.15			  A change to heading 87.15 from any other
			  heading.

8716.10-8716.80 	  A change to subheadings 8716.10 through
			  8716.80 from any other heading; or

			A change to subheadings 8716.10 through
			8716.80 from subheading 8716.90, whether or
			not there is also a change from any other
			heading, provided there is a regional value
			content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

8716.90 		A change to subheading 8716.90 from any other
			heading.


Chapter 88		  Aircraft, Spacecraft, and Parts Thereof

8801.10-8803.90 	  A change to subheadings 8801.10 through
			  8803.90 from any other subheading,
			  including another subheading within that
			  group.

88.04-88.05		  A change to headings 88.04 through 88.05
			  from any other heading, including another
			  heading within that group.


Chapter 89		  Ships, Boats and Floating Structures

89.01-89.02		  A change to headings 89.01 through 89.02
			  from any other chapter; or

			A change to headings 89.01 through 89.02 from
			any other heading within Chapter 89,
			including another heading within that group,
			whether or not there is also a change from
			any other chapter, provided there is a
			regional value content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

89.03			  A change to heading 89.03 from any other
			  heading, provided there is a regional
			  value content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

89.04-89.05		  A change to headings 89.04 through 89.05
			  from any other chapter; or

			A change to headings 89.04 through 89.05 from
			any other heading within Chapter 89,
			including another heading within that group,
			whether or not there is also a change from
			any other chapter, provided there is a
			regional value content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.


89.06-89.08		  A change to headings 89.06 through 89.08
			  from any other heading, including another
			  heading within that group.


Annex 00 SECTION XVIII Optical, Photographic, Cinematographic, Measuring, Checking,
Precision, Medical or Surgical Instruments and Apparatus; Clocks
and Watches; Musical Instruments; Parts and Accessories Thereof
(Ch. 90-92)


Chapter 90		  Optical, Photographic, Cinematographic,
			  Measuring, Checking, Precision, Medical or
			  Surgical Instruments and Apparatus; Parts
			  and Accessories Thereof

	    Note 1:	  For purposes of this Chapter, the term,
			  "printed circuit assembly", means a
			  printed circuit of heading 85.34 with one
			  or more active elements assembled thereon,
			  with or without passive elements.  For
			  purposes of this Note, "active elements"
			  means diodes, transistors and other
			  semiconductor devices, whether or not
			  photosensitive, of heading 85.41, and
			  integrated circuits and microassemblies of
			  heading 85.42.

	    Note 2:	  The origin of the goods of Chapter 90
			  shall be determined without regard to the
			  origin of any automatic data processing
			  machines or  units thereof of heading
			  84.71, or parts and accessories thereof of
			  heading 84.73, which may be included
			  therewith.

	    Note X:	  Canadian tariff item 9009.90.a1, U.S.
			  tariff item 9009.90.h1, Mexican tariff
			  item 9009.90.x1 covers the following parts
			  of photo-copying apparatus:

			(1)   Imaging assemblies for the machines of
			      subheading 9009.12, incorporating at
			      least two of the following:
			      photoreceptor belt or cylinder; toner
			      receptacle unit; toner distribution
			      unit; developer receptacle unit;
			      developer distribution unit;
			      charge/discharge unit; cleaning unit;

			(2)   Optics assemblies for machines of
			      subheading 9009.12, incorporating at
			      least two of the following:  lens;
			      mirror; illumination source; document
			      exposure glass;

			(3)   User control assemblies for machines of
			      subheading 9009.12, incorporating at
			      least two of the following:  printed
			      circuit assembly; power supply; user
			      input keyboard; wiring harness; display
			      unit (cathode ray type or flat panel);

			(4)   Image fixing assemblies for machines of
			      subheading 9009.12, incorporating at
			      least two of the following:  fuser;
			      pressure roller; heating element;
			      release oil dispenser; cleaning unit;
			      electrical control; and

			(5)   Combinations of the above specified
			      assemblies.


9001.10 		A change to subheading 9001.10 from any other
			chapter, except from heading 70.02; or

			A change to subheading 9001.10 from heading
			70.02, whether or not there is also a change
			from any other chapter, provided there is a
			regional value content percentage of not less
			than:

			  a)	    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			  b)	    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

9001.20-9002.90 	  A change to subheadings 9001.20 through
			  9002.90 from any other heading, including
			  another heading within that group.

9003.11-9003.19 	  A change to subheadings 9003.11 through
			  9003.19 from any other heading; or

			A change to subheadings 9003.11 through
			9003.19 from subheading 9003.90, whether or
			not there is also a change from any other
			heading, provided there is a regional value
			content percentage of not less than:

			  a)	    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			  b)	    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

9003.90 		A change to subheading 9003.90 from any other
			heading.

90.04			  A change to heading 90.04 from any other
			  chapter; or

			A change to heading 90.04 from within Chapter
			90, whether or not there is also a change
			from any other chapter, provided there is a
			regional value content percentage of not less
			than:

			  a)	    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			  b)	    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

9005.10-9005.80 	  A change to subheadings 9005.10 through
			  9005.80 from any other subheading, except
			  from headings 90.01 through 90.02.

9005.90 		A change to subheading 9005.90 from any other
			heading.

9006.10-9006.69 	  A change to subheadings 9006.10 through
			  9006.69 from any other heading; or

			A change to subheadings 9006.10 through
			9006.69 from any of subheadings 9006.91 or
			9006.99, whether or not there is also a
			change from any other heading, provided there
			is a regional value content percentage of not
			less than:

			  a)	    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			  b)	    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

9006.91-9006.99 	  A change to subheadings 9006.91 through
			  9006.99 from any other heading.

9007.11 		A change to subheading 9007.11 from any other
			heading; or

			A change to subheading 9007.11 from
			subheading 9007.91,  whether or not there is
			also a change from any other heading,
			provided there is a regional value content
			percentage of not less than:

			  a)	    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			  b)	    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

9007.19

      9007.19.a1	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      9007.19.a1, U.S. tariff item 9007.19.h1,
			      Mexican tariff item 9007.19.x1 from any
			      other tariff item.

      9007.19		A change to subheading 9007.19 from any other
			heading; or

			A change to subheading 9007.19 from
			subheading 9007.91,  whether or not there is
			also a change from any other heading,
			provided there is a regional value content
			percentage of not less than:

			  a)	    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			  b)	    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

9007.21-9007.29 	  A change to subheadings 9007.21 through
			  9007.29 from any other heading; or

			A change to subheadings 9007.21 through
			9007.29 from subheading 9007.92, whether or
			not there is also a change from any other
			heading, provided there is a regional value
			content percentage of not less than:

			  a)	    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			  b)	    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

9007.91 		A change to subheading 9007.91 from any other
			heading.

9007.92 		A change to subheading 9007.92 from any other
			heading; or

			A change to subheading 9007.92 from within
			subheading 9007.92, whether or not there is
			also a change from any other heading,
			provided there is a regional value content
			percentage of not less than:

			  a)	    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			  b)	    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

9008.10-9008.40 	  A change to subheadings 9008.10 through
			  9008.40 from any other heading; or

			A change to subheadings 9008.10 through
			9008.40 from subheading 9008.90, whether or
			not there is also a change from any other
			heading, provided there is a regional value
			content percentage of not less than:

			  a)	    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			  b)	    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

9008.90 		A change to subheading 9008.90 from any other
			heading.

9009.11 		A change to subheading 9009.11 from any other
			subheading.

9009.12 		A change to subheading 9009.12 from any other
			tariff item, except from Canadian tariff item
			9009.90.a1.

9009.21-9009.30 	  A change to subheadings 9009.21 through
			  9009.30 from any other subheading,
			  including another subheading within that
			  group.

9009.90

      9009.90.a1	  A change to Canadian tariff item
			  9009.90.a1, U.S. tariff item 9009.90.h1,
			  Mexican tariff item 9009.90.x1 from
			  Canadian tariff item 9009.90.a2, U.S.
			  tariff item 9009.90.h2, Mexican tariff
			  item 9009.90.x2 or from any other heading,
			  provided that at least one of the
			  components of such assembly named in the
			  Legal Note is originating.

      9009.90		A change to subheading 9009.90 from any other
			heading.

9010.10-9010.30 	  A change to subheadings 9010.10 through
			  9010.30 from any other heading; or

			A change to subheadings 9010.10 through
			9010.30 from subheading 9010.90, whether or
			not there is also a change from any other
			heading, provided there is a regional value
			content percentage of not less than:

			  a)	    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			  b)	    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

9010.90 		A change to subheading 9010.90 from any other
			heading.

9011.10-9011.80 	  A change to subheadings 9011.10 through
			  9011.80 from any other heading; or

			A change to subheadings 9011.10 through
			9011.80 from subheading 9011.90, whether or
			not there is also a change from any other
			heading, provided there is a regional value
			content percentage of not less than:

			  a)	    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			  b)	    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

9011.90 		A change to subheading 9011.90 from any other
			heading.

9012.10 		A change to subheading 9012.10 from any other
			heading; or

			A change to subheading 9012.10 from
			subheading 9012.90, whether or not there is
			also a change from any other heading,
			provided there is a regional value content
			percentage of not less than:

			  a)	    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			  b)	    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

9012.90 		A change to subheading 9012.90 from any other
			heading.

9013.10-9013.80 	  A change to subheadings 9013.10 through
			  9013.80 from any other heading; or

			A change to subheadings 9013.10 through
			9013.80 from subheading 9013.90, whether or
			not there is also a change from any other
			heading, provided there is a regional value
			content percentage of not less than:

			  a)	    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			  b)	    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

9013.90 		A change to subheading 9013.90 from any other
			heading.

9014.10-9014.80 	  A change to subheadings 9014.10 through
			  9014.80 from any other heading; or

			A change to subheadings 9014.10 through
			9014.80 from subheading 9014.90, whether or
			not there is also a change from any other
			heading, provided there is a regional value
			content percentage of not less than:

			  a)	    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			  b)	    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

9014.90 		A change to subheading 9014.90 from any other
			heading.

9015.10-9015.80 	  A change to subheadings 9015.10 through
			  9015.80 from any other heading; or

			A change to subheadings 9015.10 through
			9015.80 from subheading 9015.90, whether or
			not there is also a change from any other
			heading, provided there is a regional value
			content percentage of not less than:

			  a)	    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			  b)	    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

9015.90 		A change to subheading 9015.90 from any other
			heading; or

			A change to subheading 9015.90 from within
			subheading 9015.90, whether or not there is
			also a change from any other heading,
			provided there is a regional value content
			percentage of not less than:

			  a)	    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			  b)	    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

90.16			  A change to heading 90.16 from any other
			  heading.

9017.10-9017.80 	  A change to subheadings 9017.10 through
			  9017.80 from any other heading; or

			A change to subheadings 9017.10 through
			9017.80 from subheading 9017.90, whether or
			not there is also a change from any other
			heading, provided there is a regional value
			content percentage of not less than:

			  a)	    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			  b)	    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

9017.90 		A change to subheading 9017.90 from any other
			heading.

9018.11

      9018.11.a1	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      9018.11.a1, U.S. tariff item 9018.11.h1,
			      Mexican tariff item 9018.11.x1 from any
			      other tariff item, except from Canadian
			      tariff item 9018.11.a2, U.S tariff
			      item 9018.11 h2, Mexican tariff item
			      9018.11.x2.

      9018.11		A change to subheading 9018.11 from any other
			heading.

9018.19

      9018.19.a1	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      9018.19.a1, U.S. tariff item 9018.19.h1,
			      Mexican tariff item 9018.19.x1 from any
			      other tariff item, except from Canadian
			      tariff item 9018.19.a2, U.S tariff
			      item 9018.19.h2, Mexican tariff item
			      9018.19.x2.
.
      9018.19		A change to subheading 9018.19 from any other
			heading.

9018.20-9018.50 	  A change to subheadings 9018.20 through
			  9018.50 from any other heading.
9018.90

      9018.90.a1	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      9018.90.a1, U.S. tariff item 9018.90.h1,
			      Mexican tariff item 9018.90.x1 from any
			      other tariff item, except from Canadian
			      tariff item 9018.90.a2, U.S tariff
			      item 9018.90.h2, Mexican tariff item
			      9018.90.x2.

      9018.90		A change to subheading 9018.90 from any other
			heading.

90.19-90.21		  A change to headings 90.19 through 90.21
			  from any other heading.

9022.11 		A change to subheading 9022.11 from any other
			subheading, except from Canadian tariff item
			9022.90.a1, U.S. tariff item 9022.90.h1,
			Mexican tariff item 9022.90.x1.

9022.19 		A change to subheading 9022.19 from any other
			subheading, except from subheading 9022.30 or
			9022.90.a1, U.S. tariff item 9022.90.h1,
			Mexican tariff item 9022.90.x1.

9022.21 		A change to subheading 9022.21 from any other
			subheading, except from Canadian tariff item
			9022.90.a2, U.S. tariff item 9022.90.h2,
			Mexican tariff item 9022.90.x2.

9022.29-9022.30 	  A change to subheadings 9022.29 through
			  9022.30 from any other heading; or

			A change to subheadings 9022.29 through
			9022.30 from subheading 9022.90, whether or
			not there is also a change from any other
			heading, provided there is a regional value
			content percentage of not less than:

			  a)	    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			  b)	    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

9022.90

      9022.90.a1	  A change to Canadian tariff item
			  9022.90.a1, U.S. tariff item 9022.90.h1,
			  Mexican tariff item 9022.90.x1 from any
			  other tariff item.

      9022.90		A change to subheading 9022.90 from any other
			heading; or

			A change to subheading 9022.90 from within
			subheading 9022.90, whether or not there is
			also a change from any other heading,
			provided there is a regional value content
			percentage of not less than:

			  a)	    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			  b)	    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

90.23			  A change to heading 90.23 from any other
			  heading.

9024.10-9024.80 	  A change to subheadings 9024.10 through
			  9024.80 from any other heading; or

			A change to subheadings 9024.10 through
			9024.80 from subheading 9024.90, whether or
			not there is also a change from any other
			heading, provided there is a regional value
			content percentage of not less than:

			  a)	    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			  b)	    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

9024.90 		A change to subheading 9024.90 from any other
			heading.

9025.11-9025.80 	  A change to subheadings 9025.11 through
			  9025.80 from any other heading; or

			A change to subheadings 9025.11 through
			9025.80 from subheading 9025.90, whether or
			not there is also a change from any other
			heading, provided there is a regional value
			content percentage of not less than:

			  a)	    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			  b)	    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

9025.90 		A change to subheading 9025.90 from any other
			heading.

9026.10-9026.80 	  A change to subheadings 9026.10 through
			  9026.80 from any other heading; or

			A change to subheadings 9026.10 through
			9026.80 from subheading 9026.90, whether or
			not there is also a change from any other
			heading, provided there is a regional value
			content percentage of not less than:

			  a)	    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			  b)	    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

9026.90 		A change to subheading 9026.90 from any other
			heading.

9027.10-9027.50 	  A change to subheadings 9027.10 through
			  9027.50 from any other heading; or

			A change to subheadings 9027.10 through
			9027.50 from subheading 9027.90, whether or
			not there is also a change from any other
			heading, provided there is a regional value
			content percentage of not less than:

			  a)	    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			  b)	    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

9027.80

      9027.80.a1	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      9027.80.a1, U.S. tariff item 9027.80.h1,
			      Mexican tariff item 9027.80.x1 from any
			      other subheading, except from subheading
			      8505.19 or Canadian tariff item
			      9027.90.a1, U.S. tariff item
			      9027.90.h1, Mexican tariff item
			      9027.90.x1.

    9027.80		  A change to subheading 9027.80 from any
			  other heading; or

			A change to subheading 9027.80 from
			subheading 9027.90, whether or not there is
			also a change from any other heading,
			provided there is a regional value content
			percentage of not less than:

			  a)	    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			  b)	    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

9027.90 		A change to subheading 9027.90 from any other
			heading.

9028.10-9028.30 	  A change to subheadings 9028.10 through
			  9028.30 from any other heading; or

			A change to subheadings 9028.10 through
			9028.30 from subheading 9028.90, whether or
			not there is also a change from any other
			heading, provided there is a regional value
			content percentage of not less than:

			  a)	    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			  b)	    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

9028.90 		A change to subheading 9028.90 from any other
			heading.

9029.10-9029.20 	  A change to subheadings 9029.10 through
			  9029.20  from any other heading; or

			A change to subheadings 9029.10 through
			9029.20 from subheading 9029.90, whether or
			not there is also a change from any other
			heading, provided there is a regional value
			content percentage of not less than:

			  a)	    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			  b)	    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

9029.90 		A change to subheading 9029.90 from any other
			heading.

9030.10 		A change to subheading 9030.10 from any other
			heading; or

			A change to subheading 9030.10 from
			subheading 9030.90, whether or not there is
			also a change from any other heading,
			provided there is a regional value content
			percentage of not less than:

			  a)	    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			  b)	    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

9030.20-9030.39 	  A change to subheadings 9030.20 through
			  9030.39 from any other subheading,
			  including another subheading within that
			  group, except from Canadian tariff item
			  9030.90.a1, U.S. tariff item
			  9030.90.h1, Mexican tariff item
			  9030.90.x1.

9030.40-9030.89 	  A change to subheadings 9030.40 through
			  9030.89 from any other heading; or

			A change to subheadings 9030.40 through
			9030.89 from subheading 9030.90, whether or
			not there is also a change from any other
			heading, provided there is a regional value
			content percentage of not less than:

			  a)	    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			  b)	    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

9030.90 		A change to subheading 9030.90 from any other
			heading.

9031.10-9031.40 	  A change to subheadings 9031.10 through
			  9031.40 from any other heading; or

			A change to subheadings 9031.10 through
			9031.40 from subheading 9031.90, whether or
			not there is also a change from any other
			heading, provided there is a regional value
			content percentage of not less than:

			  a)	    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			  b)	    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

9031.80

      9031.80.a1	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      9031.80.a1, U.S. tariff item 9031.80.h1,
			      Mexican tariff item 9031.80.x1 from any
			      other tariff item, except from
			      subheading 8537.10 or Canadian tariff
			      item 9031.90.a1, U.S. tariff item
			      9031.90.h1, Mexican tariff item
			      9031.90.x1.

      9031.80		A change to subheading 9031.80 from any other
			heading; or

			A change to subheading 9031.80 from
			subheading 9031.90, whether or not there is
			also a change from any other heading,
			provided there is a regional value content
			percentage of not less than:

			  a)	    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			  b)	    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.


9031.90 		A change to subheading 9031.90 from any other
			heading.

9032.10-9032.89 	  A change to subheadings 9032.10 through
			  9032.89 from any other heading; or

			A change to subheadings 9032.10 through
			9032.89 from subheading 9032.90, whether or
			not there is also a change from any other
			heading, provided there is a regional value
			content percentage of not less than:

			  a)	    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			  b)	    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

9032.90 		A change to subheading 9032.90 from any other
			heading.

90.33			  A change to heading 90.33 from any other
			  heading.


Chapter 91		  Clocks and Watches and Parts Thereof

91.01-91.07		  A change to headings 91.01 through 91.07
			  from any other chapter; or

			A change to headings 91.01 through 91.07 from
			heading 91.14, whether or not there is also a
			change from any other chapter, provided there
			is a regional value content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

91.08-91.13		  A change to headings 91.08 through 91.13
			  from any other heading, including another
			  heading within that group, provided there
			  is a regional value content of not less
			  than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

91.14			  A change to heading 91.14 from any other
			  heading.


Chapter 92		  Musical Instruments; Parts and Accessories
			  of Such Articles

92.01-92.08		  A change to headings 92.01 through 92.08
			  from any other chapter; or

			A change to headings 92.01 through 92.08 from
			heading 92.09, whether or not there is also a
			change from any other chapter, provided there
			is a regional value content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

92.09			  A change to heading 92.09 from any other
			  heading.


Annex 00 SECTION XX Miscellaneous Manufactured Articles (Ch. 94-96)

Chapter 94		  Furniture; Bedding, Mattresses, Mattress
			  Supports, Cushions and Similar Stuffed
			  Furnishings; Lamps and Lighting Fittings,
			  Not Elsewhere Specified or Included;
			  Illuminated Signs, Illuminated Name-Plates
			  and the Like; Prefabricated Buildings


94.01			  A change to heading 94.01 from any other
			  chapter; or

			A change to heading 94.01 from subheading
			9401.90, whether or not there is also a
			change from any other chapter, provided there
			is a regional value content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

94.02			  A change to heading 94.02 from any other
			  chapter.

9403.10-9403.80 	  A change to subheadings 9403.10 through
			  9403.80 from any other chapter; or

			A change to subheadings 9403.10 through
			9403.80 from subheading 9403.90, whether or
			not there is also a change from any other
			chapter, provided there is a regional value
			content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

9403.90 		A change to subheading 9403.90 from any other
			heading.

9404.10-9404.30 	  A change to subheadings 9404.10 through
			  9404.30 from any other chapter.

9404.90 		A change to subheading 9404.90 from any other
			chapter, except from headings 50.07, 51.11
			through 51.13, 52.08 through 52.12, 53.09
			through 53.11, 54.07 through 54.08 or 55.12
			through 55.16.

9405.10-9405.60 	  A change to subheadings 9405.10 through
			  9405.60 from any other chapter; or

			A change to subheadings 9405.10 through
			9405.60 from any of subheadings 9405.91
			through 9405.99, whether or not there is also
			a change from any other chapter, provided
			there is a regional value content of not less
			than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

9405.91-9405.99 	  A change to subheadings 9405.91 through
			  9405.99 from any other heading.

94.06			  A change to heading 94.06 from any other
			  chapter.


Chapter 95		  Toys, Games and Sports Requisites; Parts
			  and  Accessories Thereof

95.01			  A change to heading 95.01 from any other
			  chapter.

9502.10 		A change to subheading 9502.10 from any other
			chapter; or

			A change to subheading 9502.10 from any of
			subheadings 9502.91 through 9502.99, whether
			or not there is also a change from any other
			chapter, provided there is a regional value
			content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

9502.91-9502.99 	  A change to subheadings 9502.91 through
			  9502.99 from any other heading.

95.03-95.05		  A change to headings 95.03 through 95.05
			  from any other chapter.

9506.11-9506.29 	  A change to subheadings 9506.11 through
			  9506.29 from any other chapter.

9506.31 		A change to subheading 9506.31 from any
			other chapter; or

			A change to subheading 9506.31 from
			subheading 9506.39, whether or not there is
			also a change from any other chapter,
			provided there is a regional value content of
			not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

9506.32 		A change to subheading 9506.32 from any other
			chapter.

9506.39

  9506.39.x1		  A change to Mexican tariff item 9506.39.x1
			  from any other chapter; or

			A change to Mexican tariff item 9506.39.x1
			from any other tariff item, whether or not
			there is also a change from any other
			chapter, provided there is a regional value
			content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

  9506.39		  A change to subheading 9506.39 from any
			  other chapter.

9506.40-9506.99 	  A change to subheadings 9506.40 through
			  9506.99 from any other chapter.

95.07-95.08		  A change to headings 95.07 through 95.08
			  from any other chapter.


Chapter 96		  Miscellaneous Manufactured Articles

96.01-96.05		  A change to headings 96.01 through 96.05
			  from any other chapter.

9606.10 		A change to subheading 9606.10 from any other
			chapter.

9606.21-9606.29 	  A change to subheadings 9606.21 through
			  9606.29 from any other chapter; or

			A change to subheadings 9606.21 through
			9606.29 from subheading 9606.30, whether or
			not there is also a change from any other
			chapter, provided there is a regional value
			content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

9606.30 		A change to subheading 9606.30 from any other
			heading.

9607.11-9607.19 	  A change to subheadings 9607.11 through
			  9607.19 from any other chapter; or

			A change to subheadings 9607.11 through
			9607.19 from subheading 9607.20, whether or
			not there is also a change from any other
			chapter, provided there is a regional value
			content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

9607.20 		A change to subheading 9607.20 from any other
			heading.

9608.10-9608.50 	  A change to subheadings 9608.10 through
			  9608.50 from any other chapter; or

			A change to subheadings 9608.10 through
			9608.50 from any of  subheadings 9608.91
			through 9608.99, whether or not there is also
			a change from any other chapter, provided
			there is a regional value content of not less
			than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

9608.60-9608.99 	  A change to subheadings 9608.50 through
			  9608.99 from any other heading.

96.09-96.12		  A change to headings 96.09 through 96.12
			  from any other chapter.

9613.10-9613.80 	  A change to subheadings 9613.10 through
			  9613.80 from any other chapter; or

			A change to subheadings 9613.10 through
			9613.80 from subheading 9613.90, whether or
			not there is also a change from any other
			chapter, provided there is a regional value
			content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

9613.90 		A change to subheading 9613.90 from any other
			heading.

9614.10 		A change to subheading 9614.10 from any other
			chapter.

9614.20 		A change to subheading 9614.20 from any other
			subheading, except from subheading 9614.90.

9614.90 		A change to subheading 9614.90 from any other
			heading.

9615.11-9615.19 	  A change to subheadings 9615.11 through
			  9615.19 from any other chapter; or

			A change to subheadings 9615.11 through
			9615.19 from subheading 9615.90, whether or
			not there is also a change from any other
			chapter, provided there is a regional value
			content of not less than:

			      a)    60% where the transaction value
				    method is used, or
			      b)    50% where the net cost method is
				    used.

9615.90 		A change to subheading 9615.90 from any other
			heading.

96.16-96.18		  A change to headings 96.16 through 96.18
			  from any other chapter.



Annex 00 SECTION XXI Works of Art, Collectors' Pieces and Antiques (Ch. 97)

Chapter 97		  Works of Art, Collectors' Pieces and
			  Antiques

97.01-97.06		  A change to headings 97.01 through 97.06
			  from any other chapter.


Annex 00B SECTION II Vegetable Products (Ch. 6-14)

Note:  Agricultural and horticultural goods grown in the territory
of a Party shall be treated as originating in the territory of that
Party even if grown from seed or bulbs imported from a country not
a Party to this Agreement.

Chapter 6		Live Trees and Other Plants; Bulbs, Roots and
			the Like; Cut Flowers and Ornamental Foliage

06.01-06.04		      A change to headings 06.01 through 06.04
			      from any other chapter.


Chapter 7		Edible Vegetables and Certain Roots and Tubers

07.01-07.14		      A change to headings 07.01 through 07.14
			      from any other chapter.


Chapter 8		Edible Fruit and Nuts; Peel of Citrus Fruit or
			Melons
08.01-08.14		      A change to headings 08.01 through 08.14
			      from any other chapter.


Chapter 9		Coffee, Tea, Mat‚ and Spices

09.01-09.10		      A change to headings 09.01 through 09.10
			      from any other chapter.


Chapter 10		      Cereals

10.01-10.08		      A change to headings 10.01 through 10.08
			      from any other chapter.


Chapter 11		      Products of the Milling Industry; Malt;
			      Starches; Insulin; Wheat Gluten
11.01-11.09		      A change to headings 11.01 through 11.09
			      from any other chapter.


Chapter 12		      Oil Seeds and Oleaginous Fruits;
			      Miscellaneous Grains, Seeds and Fruit;
			      Industrial or Medicinal Plants; Straw and
			      Fodder


12.01-12.14		      A change to headings 12.01 through 12.14
			      from any other chapter.


Chapter 13		      Lac; Gums, Resins and Other Vegetable
			      Saps and Extracts

13.01-13.02		      A change to headings 13.01 through 13.02
			      from any other chapter.
Chapter 14		      Vegetable Plaiting Materials; Vegetable
			      Products Not Elsewhere Specified or
			      Included
14.01-14.04		      A change to headings 14.01 through 14.04
			      from any other chapter.



Annex 00a SECTION I Live Animals; Animal Products (Ch. 1-5)

Chapter 1		Live Animals

01.01-01.06		      A change to headings 01.01 through 01.06
			      from any other chapter.


Chapter 2		Meat and Edible Meat Offal

02.01-02.10		      A change to headings 02.01 through 02.10
			      from any other chapter.


Chapter 3		Fish and Crustaceans, Molluscs and Other
			Aquatic Invertebrates
03.01-03.07		      A change to headings 03.01 through 03.07
			      from any other chapter.


Chapter 4		      Dairy Produce; Birds' Eggs; Natural
			      Honey; Edible Products of Animal
			Origin, Not Elsewhere Specified or Included

04.01-04.10		      A change to headings 04.01 through 04.10
			      from any other chapter, except from
			      Canadian tariff item 1901.90.31, U.S.
			      tariff item 1901.90.31, 1901.90.41 or
			      1901.90.81, Mexican tariff item
			      1901.90.03.


Chapter 5		Products of Animal Origin, Not Elsewhere
			Specified or Included
05.01-05.11		      A change to headings 05.01 through 05.11
			      from any other chapter.


Annex 01 SECTION IV Prepared Foodstuffs; Beverages, Spirits, and Vinegar; Tobacco and
Manufactured Tobacco Substitutes (Ch. 16-24)

Chapter 16		      Preparations of Meat, of Fish or of
			      Crustaceans, Molluscs or Other Aquatic
			      Invertebrates

16.01-16.05		      A change to headings 16.01 through 16.05
			      from any other chapter.


Chapter 17		      Sugars and Sugar Confectionery

17.01-17.03		      A change to headings 17.01 through 17.03
			      from any other chapter.

17.04			      A change to heading 17.04 from any other
			      heading.


Chapter 18		      Cocoa and Cocoa Preparations

18.01-18.05		      A change to headings 18.01 through 18.05
			      from any other chapter.

1806.10

      1806.10.10	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      1806.10.10, U.S. tariff item 1806.10.41
			      or 1806.10.42, Mexican tariff item
			      1806.10.01 from any other heading.

      1806.10		A change to subheading 1806.10 from any other
			heading, provided that the non-originating
			sugar of Chapter 17 constitutes no more than
			35% by weight of the sugar and provided that
			the non-originating cocoa powder of heading
			18.05 constitutes no more than 35% by weight
			of the cocoa powder.

1806.20 		A change to subheading 1806.20 from any other
			heading.

1806.31 		A change to subheading 1806.31 from any other
			subheading.

1806.32 		A change to subheading 1806.32 from any other
			heading.

1806.90 		A change to subheading 1806.90 from any other
			subheading.

Chapter 19		      Preparations of Cereals, Flour, Starch or
			      Milk; Pastrycooks' Products

1901.10

      1901.10.31	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      1901.10.31, U.S. tariff item 1901.10.10,
			      Mexican tariff item 1901.10.01 from any
			      other chapter, except from Chapter 4.

      1901.10		A change to subheading 1901.10 from any other
			chapter.

1901.20

      1901.20.11	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      1901.20.11 or 1901.20.21, U.S. tariff
			      item 1901.20.10, Mexican tariff item
			      1901.20.01 from any other chapter, except
			      from Chapter 4.

      1901.20		A change to subheading 1901.20 from any other
      chapter.

1901.90

      1901.90.31	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      1901.90.31, U.S. tariff item 1901.90.31,
			      1901.90.41 or 1901.90.81, Mexican tariff
			      item 1901.90.03 from any other chapter,
			      except from Chapter 4.

      1901.90		      A change to subheading 1901.90 from any
			      other chapter.

19.02-19.05		      A change to headings 19.02 through 19.05
			      from any other chapter.

Chapter 20		      Preparations of Vegetables, Fruit, Nuts
			      or Other Parts of Plants

Note:  Fruit, nut and vegetable preparations of Chapter 20 that
have been prepared or preserved merely by freezing, by packing
(including canning) in water, brine, or in natural juices, or by
roasting, either dry or in oil (including processing incidental to
freezing, packing or roasting), shall be treated as a good of the
country in which the fresh good was produced.

20.01-20.07		      A change to headings 20.01 through 20.07
			      from any other chapter.

2008.11

      2008.11.a1	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      2008.11.a1, U.S. tariff item 2008.11.h1,
			      Mexican tariff item 2008.11.x1 from any
			      other heading, except from heading 12.02.

      2008.11		A change to subheading 2008.11 from any other
			chapter.

2008.19-2008.99 	      A change to subheadings 2008.19 through
			      2008.99 from any other chapter.

2009.11-2009.30 	      A change to subheadings 2009.11 through
			      2009.30 from any other chapter, except
			      from heading 08.05.

2009.40-2009.80 	      A change to subheadings 2009.40 through
			      2009.80 from any other chapter.

2009.90 		A change to subheading 2009.90 from any other
			chapter; or

			A change to subheading 2009.90 from any other
			subheading within Chapter 20, whether or not
			there is also a change from any other chapter,
			provided that a single juice ingredient, or
			juice ingredients from a single non-Party,
			constitute in single strength form no more
			than 60% by volume of the product.

Chapter 21		      Miscellaneous Edible Preparations

21.01

      2101.10.11	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      2101.10.11, U.S. tariff item 2101.10.25,
			      Mexican tariff item 2101.10.01 from any
			      other chapter, provided that the non-
			      originating coffee of Chapter 9
			      constitutes no more than 60 percent by
			      weight.

      21.01		      A change to heading 21.01 from any other
			      chapter.

21.02			      A change to heading 21.02 from any other
			      chapter.

2103.10 		A change to subheading 2103.10 from any other
			chapter.

2103.20

      2103.20.10	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      2103.20.10, U.S. tariff item 2103.20.20,
			      Mexican tariff item 2103.20.01 from any
			      other chapter, except from subheading
			      2002.90.

      2103.20		A change to subheading 2103.20 from any other
			chapter.

2103.30-2103.90 	      A change to subheadings 2103.30 through
			      2103.90 from any other chapter.

21.04			      A change to heading 21.04 from any other
			      chapter.

21.05			      A change to heading 21.05 from any other
			      heading, except from Chapter 4 or
			      Canadian tariff item 1901.90.31, U.S.
			      tariff item 1901.90.31, 1901.90.41 or
			      1901.90.81, Mexican tariff item
			      1901.90.03.
21.06

      2106.90.a2	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      2106.90.a2, U.S. tariff items 2106.90.16
			      through 2106.90.19A, Mexican tariff item
			      2106.90.x2 from any other chapter, except
			      from heading 08.05 or 20.09 or Canadian
			      tariff item 2202.90.a1 , U.S. tariff
			      item 2202.90.30, 2202.90.35 or
			      2202.90.39A, Mexican tariff item
			      2202.90.x1.

	    2106.90.a3		    A change to Canadian tariff item
				    2106.90.a3, U.S. tariff item
				    2106.90.19B, Mexican tariff item
				    2106.90.x3 from any other
				    chapter, except from subheading
				    2009.90 or Canadian tariff item
				    2202.90.a2, U.S. tariff item
				    2202.90.39B, Mexican tariff item
				    2202.90.x2; or

			A change to Canadian tariff item 2106.90.a3,
			U.S. tariff item 2106.90.19B, Mexican tariff
			item 2106.90.x3 from any other subheading
			within Chapter 21, whether or not there is
			also a change from any other chapter, provided
			that a single juice ingredient, or juice
			ingredients from a single non-Party,
			constitute in single strength form no more
			than 60% by volume of the product.

      2106.90.a4	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      2106.90.a4, U.S. tariff item 2106.90.h4,
			      Mexican tariff item 2106.90.x4 from any
			      other chapter, except from Chapter 4 or
			      tariff item 1901.90.a1.

      21.06		      A change to heading 21.06 from any other
			      chapter.


Chapter 22		      Beverages, Spirits and Vinegar

22.01			      A change to heading 22.01 from any other
			      chapter.

2202.10 		A change to subheading 2202.10 from any other
			chapter.

2202.90
      2202.90.a1	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      2202.90.a1, U.S. tariff items 2202.90.30
			      through 2202.90.39A, Mexican tariff item
			      2202.90.x4 from any other chapter, except
			      from heading 08.05 or 20.09 or Canadian
			      tariff item 2106.90.a2, U.S. tariff item
			      2106.90.16 or 2106.90.19A, Mexican tariff
			      item 2106.90.x2.

      2202.90.a2	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      2202.90.a2, U.S. tariff item 2202.90.39B,
			      Mexican tariff item 2202.90.x2 from any
			      other chapter, except from subheading
			      2009.90 or Canadian tariff item
			      2106.90.a3, U.S. tariff item 2106.90.19B,
			      Mexican tariff item 2106.90.x3; or

			A change to Canadian tariff item 2202.90.a2,
			U.S. tariff item 2202.90.39B, Mexican tariff
			item 2202.90.x2 from any other subheading
			within Chapter 22, whether or not there is
			also a change from any other chapter, provided
			that a single juice ingredient, or juice
			ingredients from a single non-Party,
			constitute in single strength form no more
			than 60% by volume of the product.

      2202.90.9x	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      2202.90.9x, U.S. tariff item 2202.90.10
			      or 2202.90.20, Mexican tariff item
			      2202.90.02 from any other chapter, except
			      from Chapter 4 or Canadian tariff item
			      1901.90.31, U.S. tariff item 1901.90.31,
			      1901.90.41 or 1901.90.81, Mexican tariff
			      item 1901.90.03.

      2202.90		A change to subheading 2202.90 from any other
			chapter.

22.03-22.09		      A change to headings 22.03 through 22.09
			      from any other heading outside that
			      group.


Chapter 23		      Residues and Waste From the Food
			      Industries; Prepared Animal Fodder

23.01-23.08		      A change to headings 23.01 through 23.08
			      from any other chapter.

2309.10 		A change to subheading 2309.10 from any other
			heading.

2309.90

      2309.90.a1	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      2309.90.a1, U.S. tariff item 2309.90.h1,
			      Mexican tariff item 2309.90.x1 from any
			      other heading, except from Chapter 4 or
			      tariff item 1901.90.a1.

      2309.90		A change to subheading 2309.90 from any other
			heading.


Chapter 24		      Tobacco and Manufactured Tobacco
			      Substitutes

24.01-24.03		      A change to headings 24.01 through 24.03
			      from any other chapter or from Canadian
			      tariff item 2401.10.10 or
			      2403.91.a1, U.S. tariff item 2401.10.h1
			      or 2403.91.20, Mexican tariff item
			      2401.10.x1 or 2403.91.x1.


Annex 01 SECTION IV Prepared Foodstuffs; Beverages, Spirits, and Vinegar; Tobacco and
Manufactured Tobacco Substitutes (Ch. 16-24)

Chapter 16		      Preparations of Meat, of Fish or of
			      Crustaceans, Molluscs or Other Aquatic
			      Invertebrates

16.01-16.05		      A change to headings 16.01 through 16.05
			      from any other chapter.


Chapter 17		      Sugars and Sugar Confectionery

17.01-17.03		      A change to headings 17.01 through 17.03
			      from any other chapter.

17.04			      A change to heading 17.04 from any other
			      heading.


Chapter 18		      Cocoa and Cocoa Preparations

18.01-18.05		      A change to headings 18.01 through 18.05
			      from any other chapter.

1806.10

      1806.10.10	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      1806.10.10, U.S. tariff item 1806.10.41
			      or 1806.10.42, Mexican tariff item
			      1806.10.01 from any other heading.

      1806.10		A change to subheading 1806.10 from any other
			heading, provided that the non-originating
			sugar of Chapter 17 constitutes no more than
			35% by weight of the sugar and provided that
			the non-originating cocoa powder of heading
			18.05 constitutes no more than 35% by weight
			of the cocoa powder.

1806.20 		A change to subheading 1806.20 from any other
			heading.

1806.31 		A change to subheading 1806.31 from any other
			subheading.

1806.32 		A change to subheading 1806.32 from any other
			heading.

1806.90 		A change to subheading 1806.90 from any other
			subheading.

Chapter 19		      Preparations of Cereals, Flour, Starch or
			      Milk; Pastrycooks' Products

1901.10

      1901.10.31	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      1901.10.31, U.S. tariff item 1901.10.10,
			      Mexican tariff item 1901.10.01 from any
			      other chapter, except from Chapter 4.

      1901.10		A change to subheading 1901.10 from any other
			chapter.

1901.20

      1901.20.11	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      1901.20.11 or 1901.20.21, U.S. tariff
			      item 1901.20.10, Mexican tariff item
			      1901.20.01 from any other chapter, except
			      from Chapter 4.

      1901.20		A change to subheading 1901.20 from any other
      chapter.

1901.90

      1901.90.31	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      1901.90.31, U.S. tariff item 1901.90.31,
			      1901.90.41 or 1901.90.81, Mexican tariff
			      item 1901.90.03 from any other chapter,
			      except from Chapter 4.

      1901.90		      A change to subheading 1901.90 from any
			      other chapter.

19.02-19.05		      A change to headings 19.02 through 19.05
			      from any other chapter.

Chapter 20		      Preparations of Vegetables, Fruit, Nuts
			      or Other Parts of Plants

Note:  Fruit, nut and vegetable preparations of Chapter 20 that
have been prepared or preserved merely by freezing, by packing
(including canning) in water, brine, or in natural juices, or by
roasting, either dry or in oil (including processing incidental to
freezing, packing or roasting), shall be treated as a good of the
country in which the fresh good was produced.

20.01-20.07		      A change to headings 20.01 through 20.07
			      from any other chapter.

2008.11

      2008.11.a1	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      2008.11.a1, U.S. tariff item 2008.11.h1,
			      Mexican tariff item 2008.11.x1 from any
			      other heading, except from heading 12.02.

      2008.11		A change to subheading 2008.11 from any other
			chapter.

2008.19-2008.99 	      A change to subheadings 2008.19 through
			      2008.99 from any other chapter.

2009.11-2009.30 	      A change to subheadings 2009.11 through
			      2009.30 from any other chapter, except
			      from heading 08.05.

2009.40-2009.80 	      A change to subheadings 2009.40 through
			      2009.80 from any other chapter.

2009.90 		A change to subheading 2009.90 from any other
			chapter; or

			A change to subheading 2009.90 from any other
			subheading within Chapter 20, whether or not
			there is also a change from any other chapter,
			provided that a single juice ingredient, or
			juice ingredients from a single non-Party,
			constitute in single strength form no more
			than 60% by volume of the product.

Chapter 21		      Miscellaneous Edible Preparations

21.01

      2101.10.11	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      2101.10.11, U.S. tariff item 2101.10.25,
			      Mexican tariff item 2101.10.01 from any
			      other chapter, provided that the non-
			      originating coffee of Chapter 9
			      constitutes no more than 60 percent by
			      weight.

      21.01		      A change to heading 21.01 from any other
			      chapter.

21.02			      A change to heading 21.02 from any other
			      chapter.

2103.10 		A change to subheading 2103.10 from any other
			chapter.

2103.20

      2103.20.10	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      2103.20.10, U.S. tariff item 2103.20.20,
			      Mexican tariff item 2103.20.01 from any
			      other chapter, except from subheading
			      2002.90.

      2103.20		A change to subheading 2103.20 from any other
			chapter.

2103.30-2103.90 	      A change to subheadings 2103.30 through
			      2103.90 from any other chapter.

21.04			      A change to heading 21.04 from any other
			      chapter.

21.05			      A change to heading 21.05 from any other
			      heading, except from Chapter 4 or
			      Canadian tariff item 1901.90.31, U.S.
			      tariff item 1901.90.31, 1901.90.41 or
			      1901.90.81, Mexican tariff item
			      1901.90.03.
21.06

      2106.90.a2	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      2106.90.a2, U.S. tariff items 2106.90.16
			      through 2106.90.19A, Mexican tariff item
			      2106.90.x2 from any other chapter, except
			      from heading 08.05 or 20.09 or Canadian
			      tariff item 2202.90.a1 , U.S. tariff
			      item 2202.90.30, 2202.90.35 or
			      2202.90.39A, Mexican tariff item
			      2202.90.x1.

	    2106.90.a3		    A change to Canadian tariff item
				    2106.90.a3, U.S. tariff item
				    2106.90.19B, Mexican tariff item
				    2106.90.x3 from any other
				    chapter, except from subheading
				    2009.90 or Canadian tariff item
				    2202.90.a2, U.S. tariff item
				    2202.90.39B, Mexican tariff item
				    2202.90.x2; or

			A change to Canadian tariff item 2106.90.a3,
			U.S. tariff item 2106.90.19B, Mexican tariff
			item 2106.90.x3 from any other subheading
			within Chapter 21, whether or not there is
			also a change from any other chapter, provided
			that a single juice ingredient, or juice
			ingredients from a single non-Party,
			constitute in single strength form no more
			than 60% by volume of the product.

      2106.90.a4	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      2106.90.a4, U.S. tariff item 2106.90.h4,
			      Mexican tariff item 2106.90.x4 from any
			      other chapter, except from Chapter 4 or
			      tariff item 1901.90.a1.

      21.06		      A change to heading 21.06 from any other
			      chapter.


Chapter 22		      Beverages, Spirits and Vinegar

22.01			      A change to heading 22.01 from any other
			      chapter.

2202.10 		A change to subheading 2202.10 from any other
			chapter.

2202.90
      2202.90.a1	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      2202.90.a1, U.S. tariff items 2202.90.30
			      through 2202.90.39A, Mexican tariff item
			      2202.90.x4 from any other chapter, except
			      from heading 08.05 or 20.09 or Canadian
			      tariff item 2106.90.a2, U.S. tariff item
			      2106.90.16 or 2106.90.19A, Mexican tariff
			      item 2106.90.x2.

      2202.90.a2	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      2202.90.a2, U.S. tariff item 2202.90.39B,
			      Mexican tariff item 2202.90.x2 from any
			      other chapter, except from subheading
			      2009.90 or Canadian tariff item
			      2106.90.a3, U.S. tariff item 2106.90.19B,
			      Mexican tariff item 2106.90.x3; or

			A change to Canadian tariff item 2202.90.a2,
			U.S. tariff item 2202.90.39B, Mexican tariff
			item 2202.90.x2 from any other subheading
			within Chapter 22, whether or not there is
			also a change from any other chapter, provided
			that a single juice ingredient, or juice
			ingredients from a single non-Party,
			constitute in single strength form no more
			than 60% by volume of the product.

      2202.90.9x	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      2202.90.9x, U.S. tariff item 2202.90.10
			      or 2202.90.20, Mexican tariff item
			      2202.90.02 from any other chapter, except
			      from Chapter 4 or Canadian tariff item
			      1901.90.31, U.S. tariff item 1901.90.31,
			      1901.90.41 or 1901.90.81, Mexican tariff
			      item 1901.90.03.

      2202.90		A change to subheading 2202.90 from any other
			chapter.

22.03-22.09		      A change to headings 22.03 through 22.09
			      from any other heading outside that
			      group.


Chapter 23		      Residues and Waste From the Food
			      Industries; Prepared Animal Fodder

23.01-23.08		      A change to headings 23.01 through 23.08
			      from any other chapter.

2309.10 		A change to subheading 2309.10 from any other
			heading.

2309.90

      2309.90.a1	      A change to Canadian tariff item
			      2309.90.a1, U.S. tariff item 2309.90.h1,
			      Mexican tariff item 2309.90.x1 from any
			      other heading, except from Chapter 4 or
			      tariff item 1901.90.a1.

      2309.90		A change to subheading 2309.90 from any other
			heading.


Chapter 24		      Tobacco and Manufactured Tobacco
			      Substitutes

24.01-24.03		      A change to headings 24.01 through 24.03
			      from any other chapter or from Canadian
			      tariff item 2401.10.10 or
			      2403.91.a1, U.S. tariff item 2401.10.h1
			      or 2403.91.20, Mexican tariff item
			      2401.10.x1 or 2403.91.x1.


ANNEX 300-A Trade and Investment in the Automotive Industry Sector


1.   Except as provided in this Annex, each Party shall apply
this Agreement to automotive goods of another Party and to
enterprises of the automotive industry sector in its territory.

2.   Except as provided in this Annex, each Party shall promptly
accord to existing producers of vehicles in its territory
treatment no less favorable than that it accords, in like
circumstances, to a new producer of vehicles in its territory
regarding measures covered by this Annex.

3.   The Parties shall review, no later than December 31, 2003,
the status of the North American automotive industry sector and
the effectiveness of the measures contained in this Annex to
determine actions that could be taken to strengthen the
integration and global competitiveness of the industry.

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			    Appendix A: Canada

     Existing Measures

1.   Canada and the United States may maintain the Agreement
Concerning Automotive Products between the Government of Canada
and the Government of the United States of America which entered
into force on September 16, 1966, in accordance with Article
1001, Article 1002(1) and (4) (as they refer to Annex 1002.1,
Part One), Article 1005(1) and (3), and Annex 1002.1, Part One
(Waivers of Customs Duties) of Canada - United States Free Trade
Agreement.

2.   Canada may maintain the measures referred to in Article
1002(1) and (4) (as they refer to Annex 1002.1, Parts Two and
Three), Article 1002(2) and (3), Article 1003, and Annex 1002.1,
Parts Two (Export-Based Waivers of Customs Duties) and Three
(Production-Based Waivers of Customs Duties) of the Canada -
United States Free Trade Agreement.  Canada shall eliminate those
measures in accordance with the terms set out in that agreement.

     Used Vehicles

3.   Canada may adopt or maintain prohibitions and restrictions
on imports of used vehicles from the territory of Mexico, except
as follows:

     (a) after January 1, 2009, Canada may not adopt or maintain
 prohibitions or restrictions on imports from the
 territory of Mexico of originating used  vehicles that
 are at least 10 years old;

     (b) after January 1, 2011, Canada may not adopt or maintain
 prohibitions or restrictions on imports from the
 territory of Mexico of originating used  vehicles that
 are at least eight years old;

     (c) after January 1, 2013, Canada may not adopt or maintain
 prohibitions or restrictions on imports from the
 territory of Mexico of originating used  vehicles that
 are at least six years old;

     (d) after January 1, 2015, Canada may not adopt or maintain
 prohibitions or restrictions on imports from the
 territory of Mexico of originating used  vehicles that
 are at least four years old;

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

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

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			    Appendix B:  Mexico

     Auto Decree and Auto Decree Implementing Regulations

1.   Subject to this Appendix, Mexico may maintain, until January
1, 2004, the Decree for Development and Modernization of the
Automotive Industry ("Decreto para el Fomento y Modernizaci¢n de
la Industria Automotriz") (December 11, 1989) (the "Auto Decree")
and the Resolution that Establishes Rules for the Implementation
of the Auto Decree ("Acuerdo que Determina Reglas para la
Aplicaci¢n para el Fomento y Modernizaci¢n de la Industria
Automotriz") (November 30, 1990) (the "Auto Decree Implementing
Regulations").	Mexico may adopt or maintain any measure
respecting automotive goods or manufacturers of automotive goods
in its territory provided that such measure is not inconsistent
with this Agreement.

     Autoparts Industry, National Suppliers and Independent
Maquiladoras

2.   Mexico may not require that an enterprise attain a level of
national value added in excess of 20 percent of its total sales
as one of the conditions to qualify as a national supplier or
enterprise of the autoparts industry.

2a.  For purposes of paragraph 2, "national value added" means
the total value of sales of such enterprises (excluding those for
the aftermarket) minus the value of its total imports, direct and
indirect, excluding those imports incorporated in aftermarket
parts and components, as modified by paragraph 3.

3.   Mexico may require that a national supplier or an enterprise
of the autoparts industry, in calculating its national value
added solely for the purposes of paragraph 2, include customs
duties in the value of imports incorporated into the parts and
components produced by such enterprises.

4.   Mexico shall grant national supplier status to an
independent maquiladora that requests such status and meets the
requirements for that status set out in the existing Auto Decree.
Mexico shall continue to grant to all independent maquiladoras
that request national supplier status all existing rights and
privileges accorded to independent maquiladoras under the
existing Decree for the Promotion and Operation of the
Maquiladora Export Industry ("Decreto para el Fomento y Operaci¢n
de la Industria Maquiladora de Exportaci¢n") (December 22, 1989)
(the "Maquiladora Decree").

4a.  For purposes of paragraph 4, "independent maquiladora" means
an enterprise registered as an export maquiladora enterprise
under the Maquiladora Decree which has no common majority
shareholder with any manufacturer, and for which no manufacturer
is directly or indirectly a majority shareholder.

     National Value Added

5.   Mexico may provide that a manufacturer ("empresa de la
industria terminal") calculate its required national value added
from suppliers (VANp) as a percentage of:

     (a) a manufacturer's reference value as defined in
 paragraph 8; or

     (b) a manufacturer's total national value added (VANt),

whichever is greater.

6.   Mexico shall not require that the percentage referred to in
paragraph 5 be greater than:

     (a) 34 percent for each of the first five years beginning
 January 1, 1994;

     (b) 33 percent for 1999;

     (c) 32 percent for 2000;

     (d) 31 percent for 2001;

     (e) 30 percent for 2002; and

     (f) 29 percent for 2003.

7.   Notwithstanding paragraph 6, Mexico shall allow a
manufacturer that produced vehicles in Mexico before model year
1992 to use as its percentage referred to in paragraph 5 the
ratio of actual national value added from suppliers (VANp) to
total national value added (VANt) that such manufacturer attained
in model year 1992, for so long as that ratio is lower than the
applicable percentage specified under paragraph 6.  In
determining such ratio for 1992, purchases that such manufacturer
made from independent maquiladoras that would have been eligible
to receive national supplier status had paragraphs 2, 3 and 4 of
this Appendix been in effect at that time, shall be included in
the calculation of the manufacturer's national value added from
suppliers (VANp), in the same manner as parts and components from
any other national supplier or enterprise of the autoparts
industry.

8.   "The annual reference value for a manufacturer" ("reference
value") shall be:

     (a) for each of the years 1994 through 1997, the base value
 for the manufacturer, plus no more than 65 percent of
 the difference between the manufacturer's total sales
 in Mexico in that year and its base value;

     (b) for each of the years 1998 through 2000, the base value
 for the manufacturer, plus no more than 60 percent of
 the difference between the manufacturer's total sales
 in Mexico in that year and its base value; and

     (c) for each of the years 2001 through 2003, the base value
 for the manufacturer, plus no more than 50 percent of
 the difference between the manufacturer's total sales
 in Mexico in that year and its base value.

9.   Mexico shall provide that where a manufacturer's total sales
in Mexico in a year are lower than its base value, the reference
value for such manufacturer for that year shall be equal to the
manufacturer's total value of sales in Mexico for the year.

9a.  For purposes of paragraphs 8 and 9:

     (a) "base value" means the average annual value of the
 manufacturer's production in Mexico for sale in Mexico
 (VTVd) in model years 1991 and 1992, adjusted for
 inflation, using the Mexican producer price index for
 automotive goods published by the Bank of Mexico
 ("Banco de Mexico"); and

     (b) "manufacturer's total sales in Mexico in that year"
 means the invoice value of sales by a manufacturer of
 vehicles it produced in Mexico for sale in Mexico plus
 the invoice value of its sales of imported vehicles.

10.  In the event an abnormal production disruption affects a
manufacturer's production capability, Mexico shall allow such
manufacturer to seek a reduction in its reference value before
the Intersecretariat Automotive Industry Commission, established
under Chapter V of the Auto Decree.  If the Commission finds that
the production capability of the manufacturer has been impaired
by such an abnormal production disruption, the Commission shall
reduce the manufacturer's reference value in an amount
commensurate to such event.

10a. For purposes of paragraph 10, "abnormal production
disruption" means a disruption in a manufacturer's production
capability resulting from a natural disaster, fire, explosion or
other unforeseen event beyond the manufacturer's control.

11.  If, upon the request of a manufacturer, the Intersecretariat
Automotive Industry Commission finds that the production
capability of such manufacturer has been significantly disrupted
as a result of a major retooling or plant conversion in the
facilities of the manufacturer, the Commission shall reduce the
reference value for the manufacturer for that year in an amount
commensurate with the disruption, provided that such reduction in
that manufacturer's required national value added from suppliers
(VANp) that may result from the Commission's determination to
lower the manufacturer's reference value shall be fully made up
by the manufacturer over the following two model years.

11a.  For purposes of paragraph 11, "significant disruption"
means a sizable impairment in the manufacturer's production
capability that lasts at least six months but no longer than 12
months.

     Trade Balance

12.  Mexico shall not require a manufacturer to include in the
calculation of its trade balance (S) a percentage of the value of
direct and indirect imports of parts and components that such
manufacturer incorporated into vehicles it has produced in Mexico
for sale in Mexico (VTVd) in the corresponding year, greater than
the following:

     (a) 80 percent for 1994;

     (b) 77.2 percent for 1995;

     (c) 74.4 percent for 1996;

     (d) 71.6 percent for 1997;

     (e) 68.9 percent for 1998;

     (f) 66.1 percent for 1999;

     (g) 63.3 percent for 2000;

     (h) 60.5 percent for 2001;

     (i) 57.7 percent for 2002; and

     (j) 55.0 percent for 2003.

13.  For purposes of determining a manufacturer's total national
value added (VANt), paragraph 12 shall not apply to the
calculation of its trade balance (S).

14.  Mexico shall permit a manufacturer with a surplus in its
extended trade balance to divide its extended trade balance by
the applicable percentages in paragraph 12 to determine the value
of new vehicles that it may import.

15.  Mexico shall provide that in the calculation of a
manufacturer's adjustment factor (Y) in its extended trade
balance:

     (a) a manufacturer's total national value added (VANt) be
 replaced by that manufacturer's reference value in any
 year in which the manufacturer's total national value
 added (VANt) is lower than its reference value; and

     (b) the applicable percentage under paragraphs 6 or 7, as
 appropriate, be used.

16.  In determining the annual amount that a manufacturer may
apply to its extended trade balance from surpluses earned prior
to model year 1991, Mexico shall in any given year allow such
manufacturer to elect:

     (a) to use the procedures of the existing Auto Decree
 Implementing Regulation; or

     (b) to apply up to $US 150 million, adjusted for inflation
 in accordance with the U.S. GDP Price Deflator or its
 equivalent in Mexican pesos,

until such surpluses have been exhausted.

     Other Restrictions in the Auto Decree

17.  Mexico shall eliminate the restriction set out in the
existing Auto Decree that limits the number of vehicles that a
manufacturer may import into Mexico in relation to the total
number of vehicles that such manufacturer sells in Mexico.

     Autotransportation Decree and Autotransportation
Implementing Regulations

18.  Mexico shall eliminate the Mexican Decree for Development
and Modernization of the Autotransportation Vehicle Manufacturing
Industry (December 1989) ("Decreto para el Fomento y
Modernizaci¢n de la Industria Manufacturera de Vehiculos de
Autotransporte") (the "Autotransportation Decree") and the
Resolution that Establishes Rules for the Implementation of the
Autotransportation Decree (November 1990) ("Acuerdo que Establece
Reglas de Aplicacion del Decreto para el Fomento y Modernizaci¢n
de la Industria Manufacturera de Veh¡culos de Autotransporte")
(the "Autotransportation Decree Implementing Regulations").
Mexico may adopt or maintain any measure respecting
autotransportation vehicles or manufacturers of
autotransportation vehicles in its territory provided that such
measure is not inconsistent with this Agreement.

     Importation of Autotransportation Vehicles

19.  Except as provided in paragraphs 20 and 21, Mexico may adopt
or maintain a prohibition or restriction on the importation of
autotransportation vehicles of another Party until January 1,
1999.

20.  For each of the years 1994 through 1998, Mexico shall allow
any manufacturer of autotransportation vehicles to import, for
each type of autotransportation vehicle, a quantity of
originating autotransportation vehicles equal to at least 50
percent of the number of vehicles of such type that such
manufacturer produced in Mexico in that year.

20a.  For purposes of paragraph 20, "manufacturer of
autotransportation vehicles" means an enterprise, established in
Mexico, that produces autotransportation vehicles, is registered
with the Ministry of Trade and Industrial Development
("Secretar¡a de Comercia y Fomento Industrial"), and whose sales
in Mexico incorporate at least 40 percent national value added,
where national value added is the result of subtracting from the
total sales (excluding imports of autotransportation vehicles) of
an autotransportation manufacturer the invoice value of its
direct and indirect imports of parts and components.

21.  For each of the years 1994 through 1998, Mexico shall allow
persons other than manufacturers of autotransportation vehicles
to import, in a quantity to be allocated among them, originating
autotransportation vehicles of each type as follows:

     (a) for each of the years 1994 and 1995, no less than 15
 percent of the total number of vehicles of each type of
 autotransportation vehicle produced in Mexico;

     (b) for 1996, no less than 20 percent of the total number
 of vehicles of each type of autotransportation vehicle
 produced in Mexico; and

     (c) for each of the years 1997 and 1998, no less than 30
 percent of the total number of vehicles of each type of
 autotransportation vehicle produced in Mexico.

Mexico shall allocate such quantity through a non-discriminatory
auction.

     Used Vehicles

22.  Mexico may adopt or maintain prohibitions and restrictions
on imports of used vehicles from the territory of another Party,
except as follows:

     (a) after January 1, 2009, 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 ten years old;

     (b) after January 1, 2011, 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 eight years old;

     (c) after January 1, 2013, 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 six years old;

     (d) after January 1, 2015, 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 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 of this
Appendix that modifies the definition in the Auto Decree or Auto
Decree Implementing Regulations.  English translations of these
definitions, amplified for clarity where appropriate, and
incorporating modifications required by this Appendix, will be
set out here at a later date.)

adjustment factor (Y) means "factor de ajuste Y" as defined in
rule 18 of the Auto Decree Implementing Regulations and as
modified by paragraph 15 of this Appendix;

enterprise of the autoparts industry means "empresa de la
industria de autopartes" as set out in Article 2, paragraph V of
the Auto Decree, as modified by paragraph 2 of this Appendix;

extended trade balance means "balanza comercial ampliada"
referred to in rule 28 of the Auto Decree implementing
Regulations, and is equal to the numerator (S+W+.3I+Sft+T-Y) of
formula (1) in rule 8, of the Auto Decree Implementing
Regulations;

manufacturer means an "empresa de la industria terminal" as
defined in Article 2, paragraph IV of the Auto Decree that
produces any of the following classes of vehicles:

     (a) passenger car:  a vehicle for the transportation of up
 to 10 people or a compact car of popular use, provided
 for in subheadings (to be specified) of the Harmonized
 System;

     (b) commercial truck: a vehicle with or without a chassis,
 for the transportation of cargo or over 10 people, with
 a GVW of up to 2,727 kgs., provided for in heading (to
 be specified) of the Harmonized System;

     (c) light duty truck: a vehicle with a chassis, for the
 transportation of cargo or over 10 people, with a GVW
 of over 2,727 but less than 7,272 kgs., provided for in
 headings (to be specified); or

     (d) medium duty truck: a vehicle with a chassis for the
 transportation of cargo or over ten people, with a GVW
 of over 7,272 kgs. but less than 8,864 kgs., provided
 for in headings (to be specified) of the Harmonized
 System;

manufacturer's production in Mexico for sale in Mexico (VTVd)
means "valor total de las ventas que realicen las empresas de la
industria terminal al mercado domestico, excluyendo vehiculos
importados" as set out in rule 18 of the Auto Decree Implementing
Regulations;

manufacturer's total national value added (VANt) means "valor
agregado nacional de la empresa de la industria terminal" as
defined in rule 18 of the Auto Decree Implementing Regulations;

national supplier means a "proveedor nacional" as defined by
article 2 paragraph VII of the Auto Decree, as modified by
paragraph 2 of this Appendix;

national value added from suppliers (VANp)  means "valor agregado
nacional de proveedores", as provided in rule 18 of the Auto
Decree Implementing Regulations;

parts and components means "partes y componentes automotrices" as
defined in article 2, paragraph X of the Auto Decree;

trade balance (S) means "saldo en balanza comercial de la empresa
de la industria terminal", as defined in rule 9 of the Auto
Decree Implementing Regulation, as modified by paragraphs 12 and
13 of this Appendix;

autotransportation vehicles means a vehicle included in any of
the following types:

     (a) heavy duty truck: a vehicle with a chassis for the
 transport of goods or more than ten people with a GVW
 over 8,864 kgs., provided for in headings (to be
 specified) of the Harmonized System;

     (b) truck tractor:  a vehicle with 2 or 3 axles for
 transporting goods by hauling trailers, semi-trailers
 or containing integrated equipment, provided for in
 subheading (to be specified) of the Harmonized System;

     (c) integral bus:	a vehicle without a chassis but with an
 integral body used to transport more than 10 people,
 provided for in heading (to be specified) of the
 Harmonized System; and

     (d) specialty vehicles: special purpose motor vehicles or
 vehicles modified for the handicapped provided for in
 heading (to be specified) of the Harmonized System, (as
 provided for in Article 2 of the Autotransportation
 Decree).

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			 Appendix C: United States

     Corporate Average Fuel Economy

1.   As provided in paragraph 2, for purposes of the Energy
Policy and Conservation Act (October 1975), as amended ("the CAFE
Act"), the United States shall consider an automobile to be
domestically manufactured in any model year if at least 75
percent of the cost to the manufacturer of such automobile is
attributable to value added in Canada, Mexico or the United
States, unless the assembly of such automobile is completed in
Canada or Mexico and such automobile is not imported into the
United States prior to the expiration of the 30 days following
the end of such model year.

2.   The United States shall implement the obligation set out in
paragraph 1 for all automobiles of a manufacturer sold in the
United States, wherever produced and irrespective of car line or
truck line, beginning with the next model year after January 1,
2004, except as provided in the following schedule:

     (a) with respect to a manufacturer that initiated the
 manufacture of automobiles in Mexico before model year
 1992, the enterprise that provides certification under
 the CAFE Act may make a one-time election at any time
 between January 1, 1997 and January 1, 2004, to have
 paragraph 1 applied beginning with the next model year
 after such election;

     (b) with respect to a manufacturer initiating the
 manufacture of automobiles in Mexico after model year
 1991, paragraph 1 shall apply beginning with the next
 model year after either January 1, 1994 or the date
 that such manufacturer initiates manufacturing
 automobiles in Mexico, whichever is later;

     (c) with respect to any other manufacturer of automobiles
 in the territory of a Party, the enterprise that
 provides certification under the CAFE Act may make a
 one-time election at any time between January 1, 1997
 and January 1, 2004, to have paragraph 1 applied
 beginning with the next model year after such election.
 If such a manufacturer initiates manufacturing
 automobiles in Mexico, it shall be subject to
 subparagraph (b) on the date it initiates such
 manufacturing; and

	  (d) with respect to all manufacturers of automobiles not
 manufacturing automobiles in the territory of a Party,
 paragraph 1 shall apply beginning with the next model
 year after January 1, 1994.

3.   The United States shall make any future changes pertaining
to the definition of domestic production in the CAFE Act or its
implementing regulations equally applicable to value added in any
of the Parties.

4.   Nothing in this Appendix shall require the United States to
make any changes in its fuel economy requirements for
automobiles.

5.    For purposes of this Appendix, "automobile" means a motor
vehicle that complies with the definition in the CAFE Act and its
implementing regulations.

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		   Appendix D: General Definitions



    existing producer of vehicles means a producer that was producing
    in the territory of the relevant Party prior to model year 1992;
				   and

    automotive goods means all types of motor vehicles, and parts and
	     components intended for use in motor vehicles.

	 Note:	(Additional terms may be added where appropriate)

ANNEX 300-B Textile and Apparel Goods


Section 1:  Scope and Coverage

1.   This Annex applies to the textile and apparel goods set out
in Appendix 1.1.

2.   In the event of any inconsistency between this Agreement and
the Arrangement Regarding International Trade in Textiles
(Multifiber Arrangement), as amended and extended, including any
amendment or extension after the date of entry into force of this
Agreement, or any other existing or future agreement applicable
to trade in textile or apparel goods, this Agreement shall
prevail to the extent of the inconsistency, unless the Parties
agree otherwise.


Section 2:  Tariff Elimination

1.   Except as otherwise provided in this Agreement , each Party
shall progressively eliminate its customs duties on originating
goods as provided in its Schedule set out in Annex 302.2, in
accordance with Appendix 2.1.

2.   (a) For purposes of this Annex, a good shall be considered
 to be an originating good if the applicable change in
 tariff classification has been satisfied in the
 territory of one or more of the Parties, as provided by
 Article 404.

     (b) For purposes of determining which rate of duty and
 staging category is applicable to an originating
 textile or apparel good, a good shall be a good of the
 Party in which the last substantial transformation
 occurred, according to each importing Party's
 regulations, practices or procedures or, in the event
 of an agreement between the Parties pursuant to Annex
 312(1), setting out rules applicable to textile and
 apparel goods for determining whether a good is a good
 of a Party ("Marking Rules"), according to such
 agreement.

3.   Each Party shall provide duty-free treatment for the
following textile and apparel goods of another Party, provided
such goods have been certified by the competent authority of the
exporting Party as one of the following:

     (a) hand-loomed fabrics of a cottage industry;

     (b) hand-made cottage industry goods made of such hand-
 loomed fabrics; or

     (c) traditional folklore handicraft goods

that have been identified and agreed by the Parties concerned for
duty-free treatment.


Section 3:  Import and Export Restrictions and Consultation
Levels

1.   Appendix 3.1 sets out certain circumstances and conditions
under which prohibitions, restrictions, or consultation levels in
effect upon the date of entry into force of this Agreement may be
maintained, notwithstanding Article 309.

2.   Each Party shall eliminate a restriction or consultation
level on a textile or apparel good that otherwise would be
permitted under this Annex if the elimination of that restriction
is required as a result of integration of that good into the GATT
pursuant to commitments undertaken by that Party under any
successor agreement to the Multifiber Arrangement.


Section 4:  Bilateral Emergency Actions (Tariff Actions)

1.   During the transition period only, if, as a result of the
reduction or elimination of a duty provided for in this
Agreement, an originating textile or apparel good, or a good that
has been integrated into the GATT pursuant to a commitment
undertaken by a Party under any successor agreement to the
Multifiber Arrangement and entered under a tariff preference
level set out in Appendix 6.0, is being imported into the
territory of another Party in such increased quantities, in
absolute terms or relative to the domestic market for that good,
and under such conditions as to cause serious damage, or actual
threat thereof, to a domestic industry producing a like or
directly competitive good, the importing Party may, to the extent
necessary to remedy the damage or actual threat thereof:

     (a) suspend the further reduction of any rate of duty
 provided for under this Agreement on such good; or

     (b) increase the rate of duty on such good to a level not
 to exceed the lesser of:

     (i) the most-favored-nation (MFN) applied rate of duty
 in effect at the time the action is taken, or

     (ii) the MFN applied rate of duty in effect on the day
 immediately preceding the date of entry into force
 of this Agreement.

2.   In determining serious damage, or actual threat thereof, the
Party shall:

     (a) examine the effect of increased imports on the
 particular industry, as reflected in the following
 factors, none of which is necessarily decisive:
 changes in such relevant economic variables as output,
 productivity, utilization of capacity, inventories,
 market share, exports, wages, employment, domestic
 prices, profits and investment; and

     (b) not consider changes in technology or consumer
 preference as factors supporting a determination of
 serious damage or actual threat thereof.

3.   The following conditions and limitations shall apply to any
emergency action taken pursuant to this Section:

     (a) a Party shall deliver without delay to any Party that
 may be affected written notice of intent to take such
 action, and shall enter into consultations with that
 Party upon request;

     (b) no action may be maintained for a period exceeding
 three years or, except with the consent of the Party
 against whose good the action is taken, have effect
 beyond the expiration of the transition period;

     (c) no action may be taken by a Party against any
 particular originating good more than once during the
 transition period; and

     (d) upon the termination of the action, the rate of duty
 shall be the rate that, according to the Schedule for
 that staged elimination of the tariff, would have been
 in effect a year after the commencement of the action,
 and commencing January 1 of the year following the
 termination of the action, at the option of the Party
 that has taken the action:

     (i) the rate of duty shall conform to the schedule in
 that Party's Schedule in Annex 302.2, or

     (ii) the tariff shall be eliminated in equal annual
 stages ending on the date set forth in that
 Party's Schedule in Annex 302.2 for the
 elimination of the tariff.

4.   A Party taking an action under this Section shall provide,
to the Party against whose good the action is taken, mutually
agreed trade liberalizing compensation in the form of concessions
having substantially equivalent trade effects on the other Party,
or equivalent to the value of the additional duties expected to
result from the action.  Such concessions shall be limited to the
textile and apparel goods listed in Appendix 1.1, unless the
Parties otherwise agree.  If the concerned Parties are unable to
agree on compensation, the exporting Party may take tariff action
having trade effects substantially equivalent to the action taken
under this Section against any goods imported from the Party that
initiated the action pursuant to this Section.	The Party taking
such tariff action shall only apply it for the minimum period
necessary to achieve such substantially equivalent effects.


Section 5:  Bilateral Emergency Actions (Quantitative
Restrictions)

1.   Notwithstanding any other provision of this Agreement except
Appendix 5.2, a Party may take bilateral emergency action against
non-originating goods of another Party in accordance with this
Section and the provisions of Appendix 3.1.

2.   If a Party considers that non-originating textile and
apparel goods, including goods entered under the tariff
preference levels (TPLs) set out in Appendix 6.0, are being
imported into its territory from a Party in such increased
quantities, in absolute terms or relative to the domestic market,
so as to cause serious damage or actual threat thereof, to a
domestic industry producing a like or directly competitive good
in the importing Party, that Party may request consultations with
another Party with a view to eliminating the serious damage or
actual threat thereof.

3.   The Party requesting consultations shall include in its
request for consultations the reasons that it considers
demonstrate that such serious damage or actual threat to its
domestic industry is resulting from the imports of the other
Party, including the latest data concerning such damage or
threat.

4.   In determining serious damage, or actual threat thereof, the
Party shall apply the provisions of paragraph 2, Section 4.

5.   The concerned Parties shall commence consultations within 60
days following the request for consultations and shall endeavor
to agree on a mutually satisfactory level of restraint on exports
of the particular good within 90 days of the request, unless the
consulting Parties agree to extend this period.  In reaching a
mutually satisfactory level of export restraint, the consulting
Parties shall:

     (a) consider the situation in the market in the importing
 Party;

     (b) consider the history of trade in textile and apparel
 goods between the consulting Parties, including the
 previous levels of trade; and

     (c) ensure that textile and apparel goods imported from the
 territory of another Party are accorded equitable
 treatment as compared with treatment granted to other
 non-Party suppliers of like textile and apparel goods.

6.   If the Parties do not agree on a mutually satisfactory level
during the 90-day consultation period, the Party requesting
consultations may impose annual quantitative restrictions on
imports of the good from the territory of the other Party for a
period no longer than that provided for in paragraph 9, provided
that:

     (a) the measure shall not have effect beyond the transition
 period; and

     (b) the quantitative restriction shall not be less than the
 sum of

     (i) the quantity of the good imported into its
 territory from the Party that would be affected by
 the restriction, as reported in general import
 statistics, during the first 12 of the most recent
 14 months preceding the month in which the request
 for consultations was made, and

     (ii) an additional 20 percent of such quantity for
 cotton, man-made fiber and other non-cotton
 vegetable fiber good categories and six percent
 for wool good categories.

7.   The first term of any quantitative restriction imposed under
paragraph 6 shall commence on the day following the request for
consultations and terminate at the end of the calendar year in
which the quantitative restriction was imposed.  Any quantitative
restriction that is imposed for a term less than 12 months and
the applicable flexibility provisions shall be prorated to
correspond to the period of time remaining in the calendar year
in which the restriction is imposed.

8.   For each successive calendar year that the quantitative
restriction imposed under paragraph 6 remains in effect, the
Party imposing it shall:

     (a) increase by 6 percent restrictions on cotton, man-made
 fiber and non-cotton vegetable fiber textile and
 apparel goods and by 2 percent restrictions on wool
 textile and apparel goods;

     (b) accelerate the growth rate for quantitative
 restrictions on cotton, man-made fiber and non-cotton
 vegetable fiber textile and apparel goods if required
 by any successor agreement to the Multifiber
 Arrangement; and

     (c) apply the flexibility provisions set forth in Appendix
 3.1, as appropriate.

9.   Quantitative restrictions established pursuant to paragraph
6 before July 1 in any given calendar year may remain in place
for the initial prorated period in the first calendar year, plus
two additional calendar years.	Such restrictions established on
or after July 1 in any given calendar year may remain in place
for the initial prorated period plus three additional calendar
years.

10.  No Party may take an emergency action under this Section
with respect to any textile or apparel non-originating good that
is already subject to a quantitative restriction.

11.  No party may adopt or maintain a quantitative restriction
under this Section on a textile or apparel good if that good has
been integrated into the GATT as a result of commitments
undertaken by that Party pursuant to any successor agreement to
the Multifiber Arrangement.

12.  A Party may take a bilateral emergency action after the
expiration of the transition period to deal with cases of serious
damage to domestic industry arising from the operation of this
Agreement only with the consent of the Party against whose good
the action would be taken.


Section 6:  Special Provisions

     A Party shall treat the textile or apparel goods of another
Party set out in Appendix 6.0 in accordance with the provisions
therein.


Section 7:  Review and Revision of Rules of Origin

1.   (a) The Parties shall monitor the effects of the
 application of the rule of origin contained in Annex
 401.1 applicable to goods of subheading 6212.10.  No
 earlier than 15 months after the date of entry into
 force of this Agreement, any Party may request
 consultations to seek a mutually satisfactory solution
 to any difficulties that it considers results from the
 application of that rule of origin.

     (b) If the Parties fail to reach a mutually satisfactory
 solution through consultations within 90 days of a
 request for consultations, any Party may request that
 the rule applicable to subheading 6212.10 be changed to
 the rule applicable to headings 62.06 through 62.11 of
 the Harmonized System (HS) with respect to trade with
 the requesting Party.	Any such change shall be
 effective no earlier than 180 days following the
 request therefor.  The Parties shall take measures to
 ease any resulting administrative burden on producers.

     (c) Unless otherwise agreed, at any time after the initial
 consultations, and within the transition period of this
 Agreement, any Party may make one request for
 additional consultations under the same procedures
 provided in paragraphs (a) and (b).

2.   (a) At the request of any Party, the Parties shall consult
 to consider whether specific goods should be made
 subject to different rules of origin in order to
 address issues of availability of supply of fibers,
 yarns or fabrics within the free trade area.

     (b) In the consultations, each Party shall consider all
 data presented by a Party showing substantial
 production in its territory for a good submitted for
 review.  A legitimate claim of substantial production
 of the good in the territory of a Party shall be deemed
 to exist if that Party can show that its domestic
 producers are capable of supplying commercial
 quantities of the good in a timely manner.

     (c) The Parties shall make every effort to conclude
 consultations within sixty days.  Any agreement between
 two or more Parties resulting from these consultations
 shall be considered part of this Agreement.  If
 agreement is not reached, the Parties have recourse to
 the provisions of paragraph 8(a) of Appendix 6.6.

     (d) In this context, at the request of any Party, the
 Parties shall consult to consider whether the rules of
 origin applicable to the following provisions in Annex
 401.1 should be amended in view of increasing
 availability of supply of relevant yarns or fabrics
 within the free trade area;

     (i) Canadian tariff item 5407.60.10, United States
 tariff item 5407.60.22 and Mexican tariff item
 5407.60.02,

     (ii) provisions (i) through (viii) of the rule for
 subheadings 6205.20 through 6205.30,

     (iii) note 2 to Chapter 61,

     (iv) note 2 to Chapter 62, and

     (v) Canadian tariff item 6303.92.a1, United States
 tariff item 6303.92.h1 and Mexican tariff item
 6303.92.x1.

3.   The Parties shall review the rules of origin applicable to
textile and apparel goods within five years after the date of
entry into force of this Agreement to take into account the
effect of increasing global competition on textile and apparel
goods, and the implications of any integration into the GATT of
textile and apparel goods pursuant to any successor agreement to
the Multifiber Arrangement.  The Parties shall give particular
consideration to operative rules in other economic association or
integration agreements and developments related to textile and
apparel production and trade between the Parties and worldwide.


Section 8:  Labelling Requirements

     To facilitate trade in textile and apparel goods between the
Parties through the harmonization of domestic labelling
requirements and the elimination of unnecessary obstacles to
trade resulting from differences in such requirements, the
Subcommittee on Labelling of Textile and Apparel Goods
established under Article 913(5) shall perform the functions set
out in Annex 913-D.


Section 9:  Trade in Worn Clothing and Other Worn Articles

1.   The Parties hereby establish a Committee on Trade in Worn
Clothing comprising representatives of each Party. The purpose of
the Committee shall be to assess the potential effects that may
result from the elimination of restrictions, maintained by a
Party prior to the date of entry into force of this Agreement, on
trade in worn clothing and other worn articles as defined in the
heading 63.09 of the HS.  This Committee shall:

     (a) include or consult with a broadly representative group
 from the manufacturing and retailing sectors in each
 Party; and

     (b) act in a transparent manner and reach recommendations
 by consensus of all representatives involved.

2.   The Committee shall develop and pursue a work program to
consider the potential benefits and risks that may be derived
from the elimination of restrictions on trade between the Parties
in worn clothing and other worn articles, including the effects
on business and employment opportunities, and on the market for
textile and apparel goods in each Party.

3.   Notwithstanding Article 309 and paragraph 2 of Section 3, a
Party may maintain restrictions in effect upon the date of entry
into force of this Agreement on the importation of worn clothing
and other worn articles classified under heading 63.09 of the HS,
unless the Parties agree otherwise on the basis of the
recommendations presented to the Commission by the Committee on
Trade in Worn Clothing.


Section 10:  Definitions

For purposes of this Annex:

carryforward means the allocation to the present year of a
portion of the following year's limit, which must be accounted
for by an equivalent decrease in the following year's limit;

carryover means the allocation to the present year of an unused
portion of the previous year's limit;

category means a grouping of textile or apparel goods, as further
defined in Appendix 10.1;

consensus means, when applied to recommendations of the Committee
on Trade in Worn Clothing, a recommendation is approved if no
member of the Committee formally objects to its approval;

consultation level ("level"), including designated consultation
level, means a level of exports, for a particular textile or
apparel good, which may be increased in accordance with the
provisions of Appendix 3.1 as a result of consultations requested
by the exporting Party, in contrast to a specific limit which is
increased by the specific rates provided for in Appendix 3.1;

exporting Party means the Party from whose territory textile or
apparel goods are exported;

flexibility provisions means the provisions set forth in
paragraph 7 of Appendix 3.1;

importing Party means the Party into whose territory textile or
apparel goods are imported;

integrated into the GATT, when referring to a textile or apparel
good, means that good has become subject to the obligations of
the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade pursuant to any
successor agreement to the Multifiber Arrangement;

non-wool fabric means fabric in chief weight of any fiber other
than wool, except woven fabric in chief weight of cotton or
man-made fiber, containing 36 percent or more by weight wool;

non-wool made-up textile good means a good in chief weight of any
fiber other than wool;

oxford cloth means fabrics woven as plain weave except that two
or more warp ends are woven as one (taped warp);

restriction means any import or export limitation, except for
customs duties, taxes or other duties or charges, whether made
effective through quotas, licenses, permits, import or export
price requirements, or any other measure;

specific limit ("limit"), means a level of exports, specified in
Appendix 3.1, for a particular textile or apparel good which may
be increased only in accordance with the provisions and specific
rates set forth in Appendix 3.1;

square meters equivalent (SME) means a common unit of measurement
for textile and apparel goods; primary units of measure (e.g.,
units, dozens, kilograms) are converted to SMEs using the
conversion factors set forth in Schedule 3.1.3 of Appendix 3.1;

tariff preference level (TPL) means a mechanism by which to apply
the preferential rate of customs duty to imports of a particular
non-originating good up to a specified quantity;

transition period means a period of 10 years from the date of
entry into force of this Agreement; and

wool apparel means:

     (i) apparel in chief weight of wool,

     (ii) woven apparel in chief weight of man-made fibers
 containing 36 percent or more by weight of wool, and

     (iii) knitted or crocheted apparel in chief weight of
 man-made fibers containing 23 percent or more by
 weight of wool.

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			       APPENDIX 1.1

		   List of Goods Covered by Annex 300-B

The descriptions listed in this Appendix are provided for ease of
reference only; for legal purposes, coverage shall be determined
according to the terms of the Harmonized System.

HS No. Description

Ch. 30 Pharmaceutical Products

3005 90 Wadding, gauze, bandages and the like

Ch. 39 Plastics and articles thereof

ex 3921 12 (Woven, knitted or non-woven fabric coated, covered or laminated
with plastics
ex 3921 13
ex 3921 90)

Ch. 42 Articles of leather; saddlery and harness; travel goods, handbags
 and similar containers

ex 4202 12 (Luggage, handbags and flatgoods with an outer surface
 predominantly of textile materials
ex 4202 22)
ex 4202 32)
ex 4202 92)

Ch. 50 Silk

5004 00 Silk yarn (other than yarn spun from silk waste) not for retail
 sale
5005 00 Yarn spun from silk waste, not for retail sale
5006 00 Silk yarn and yarn spun from silk waste, for retail sale; silk-
 worm gut
5007 10 Woven fabric of noil silk
5007 20 Woven fabric of silk or silk waste, other than noil silk, 85% or
 more of such fibers
5007 90 Woven fabric of silk, nes

Ch. 51 Wool, fine or coarse animal hair, horsehair yarn and fabric

5105 10 Carded wool
5105 21 Combed wool in fragments
5105 29 Wool tops and other combed wool, other than combed wool in
 fragments
5105 30 Fine animal hair, carded or combed
5106 10 Yarn of carded wool, ò85% wool, not for retail sale
5106 20 Yarn of carded, wool, <85% wool, not for retail sale
5107 10 Yarn of combed wool, ò85% wool, not for retail sale
5107 20 Yarn of combed wool, <85% wool, not for retail sale
5108 10 Yarn of carded fine animal hair, not for retail sale
5108 20 Yarn of combed fine animal hair, not for retail sale
5109 10 Yarn of wool or of fine animal hair, ò85% wool and fine animal
 hair, for retail sale
5109 90 Yarn of wool/of fine animal hair, <85% wool and fine animal hair,
 for retail sale
5110 00 Yarn of coarse animal hair or of horsehair
5111 11 Woven fabric of carded wool or fine animal hair, ò85% wool and
 fine animal hair, ó 300 g/m2
5111 19 Woven fabric of carded wool or fine animal hair, ò85% wool or fine
 animal hair, >300 g/m2
5111 20 Woven fabric of carded wool or fine animal hair, <85% wool or fine
 animal hair, with man-made fibers
5111 30 Woven fabric of carded wool or fine animal hair, <85% wool or fine
 animal hair, with man-made fibers
5111 90 Woven fabric of carded wool or fine animal hair, <85% wool or fine
 animal hair, nes
5112 11 Woven fabric of combed wool or fine animal hair, ò85% wool or fine
 animal hair, ó200 g/m2
5112 19 Woven fabric of combed wool or fine animal hair, ò85% wool or fine
 animal hair, >200 g/m2
5112 20 Woven fabric of combed wool or fine animal hair, <85% wool or fine
 animal hair, with man-made filament
5112 30 Woven fabric of combed wool or fine animal hair, <85% wool or fine
 animal hair, with man-made fibers
5112 90 Woven fabric of combed wool or fine animal hair, <85% wool or fine
 animal hair, nes
5113 00 Woven fabric of coarse animal hair or of horsehair

Ch. 52 Cotton

5203 00 Cotton, carded or combed
5204 11 Cotton sewing thread ò85% cotton, not for retail sale
5204 19 Cotton sewing thread, <85% cotton, not for retail sale
5204 20 Cotton sewing thread, for retail sale
5205 11 Cotton yarn, ò85% cotton, single, uncombed, ò714.29 decitex, not
 for retail sale
5205 12 Cotton yarn, ò85% cotton, single, uncombed, 714.29
 >decitexò232.56, not for retail sale
5205 13 Cotton yarn, ò85% cotton, single, uncombed, 232.56>decitexò192.31,
 not for retail sale
5205 14 Cotton yarn, ò85% cotton, single, uncombed, 192.31 >decitexò125,
 not for retail sale
5205 15 Cotton yarn, ò85% cotton, single, uncombed, <125 decitex, not for
 retail sale
5205 21 Cotton yarn, ò85% cotton, single, combed, ò714.29, not for retail
 sale
5205 22 Cotton yarn, ò85% cotton, single, combed, 714.29 >decitexò232.56,
 not for retail sale
5205 23 Cotton yarn, ò85% cotton, single, combed, 232.56 >decitexò192.31,
 not for retail sale
5205 24 Cotton yarn, ò85% cotton, single, combed, 192.31 >decitexò125, not
 for retail sale
5205 25 Cotton yarn, ò85% cotton, single, combed, <125 decitex, not for
 retail sale
5205 31 Cotton yarn, ò85% cotton, multiple, uncombed, ò714.29 decitex, not
 for retail sale, nes
5205 32 Cotton yarn, ò85% cotton, multiple, uncombed, 714.29
 >decitexò232.56, not for retail sale, nes
5205 33 Cotton yarn, ò85% cotton, multiple, uncombed, 232.56
 >decitexò192.31, not for retail sale, nes
5205 34 Cotton yarn, ò85% cotton, multiple, uncombed, 192.31 >decitexò125,
 not for retail sale, nes
5205 35 Cotton yarn, ò85% cotton, multiple, uncombed, <125 decitex, not
 for retail sale, nes
5205 41 Cotton yarn, ò85% cotton, multiple, combed, ò714.29 decitex, not
 for retail sale, nes
5205 42 Cotton yarn, ò85% cotton, multiple, combed, 714.29
 >decitexò232.56, not for retail sale, nes
5205 43 Cotton yarn, ò85% cotton, multiple, combed, 232.56
 >decitexò192.31, not for retail sale, nes
5205 44 Cotton yarn, ò85% cotton, multiple, combed, 192.31 >decitexò125,
 not for retail sale, nes
5205 45 Cotton yarn, ò85% cotton, multiple, combed, <125 decitex, not for
 retail sale, nes
5206 11 Cotton yarn, <85% cotton, single, uncombed, ò714.29, not for
 retail sale
5206 12 Cotton yarn, <85% cotton, single, uncombed, 714.29
 >decitexò232.56, not for retail sale
5206 13 Cotton yarn, <85% cotton, single, uncombed, 232.56
 >decitexò192.31, not for retail sale
5206 14 Cotton yarn, <85% cotton, single, uncombed, 192.31 >decitexò125,
 not for retail sale
5206 15 Cotton yarn, <85% cotton, single, uncombed, <125 decitex, not for
 retail sale
5206 21 Cotton yarn, <85% cotton, single, combed, ò714.29 decitex, not for
 retail sale
5206 22 Cotton yarn, <85% cotton, single, combed, 714.29 >decitexò232.56,
 not for retail sale
5206 23 Cotton yarn, <85% cotton, single, combed, 232.56 >decitexò192.31,
 not for retail sale
5206 24 Cotton yarn, <85% cotton, single, combed, 192.31 >decitexò125, not
 for retail sale
5206 25 Cotton yarn, <85% cotton, single, combed, <125 decitex, not for
 retail sale
5206 31 Cotton yarn, <85% cotton, multiple, uncombed, ò714.29, not for
 retail sale, nes
5206 32 Cotton yarn, <85% cotton, multiple, uncombed, 714.29
 >decitexò232.56, not for retail sale, nes
5206 33 Cotton yarn, <85% cotton, multiple, uncombed, 232.56
 >decitexò192.31, not for retail sale, nes
5206 34 Cotton yarn, <85% cotton, multiple, uncombed, 192.31 >decitexò125,
 not for retail sale, nes
5206 35 Cotton yarn, <85% cotton, multiple, uncombed, <125 decitex, not
 for retail sale, nes
5206 41 Cotton yarn, <85% cotton, multiple, combed, ò714.29, not for
 retail sale, nes
5206 42 Cotton yarn, <85% cotton, multiple, combed, 714.29
 >decitexò232.56, not for retail sale, nes
5206 43 Cotton yarn, <85% cotton, multiple, combed, 232.56
 >decitexò192.31, not for retail sale, nes
5206 44 Cotton yarn, <85% cotton, multiple, combed, 192.31 >decitexò125,
 not for retail sale, nes
5206 45 Cotton yarn, <85% cotton, multiple, combed, <125 decitex, not for
 retail sale, nes
5207 10 Cotton yarn (other than sewing thread)ò85% cotton, for retail sale
5207 90 Cotton yarn (other than sewing thread) <85% cotton, for retail
 sale
5208 11 Plain weave cotton fabric, ó85% cotton, ó100g/m2, unbleached
5208 12 Plain weave cotton fabric, ó85% cotton, >100g/m2, ó200g/m2,
 unbleached
5208 13 Twill weave cotton fabric, ò85% cotton, ó200g/m2, unbleached
5208 19 Woven fabric of cotton, ò85% cotton, ó200g/m2, unbleached, nes
5208 21 Plain weave cotton fabric, ò85% cotton, ó100g/m2, bleached
5208 22 Plain weave cotton fabric, ò85% cotton, >100g/m2, ó200g/m2,
 bleached
5208 23 Twill weave cotton fabric, ò85% cotton, ó200g/m2, bleached
5208 29 Woven fabric of cotton, ò85% cotton, ó200g/m2, bleached, nes
5208 31 Plain weave cotton fabric, ò85% cotton, ó100g/m2, dyed
5208 32 Plain weave cotton fabric, ò85% cotton, >100g/m2, ó 200g/m2, dyed
5208 33 Twill weave cotton fabric, ò85% cotton, ó200g/m2, dyed
5208 39 Woven fabric of cotton, ò85% cotton, ó200g/m2, dyed, nes
5208 41 Plain weave cotton fabric, ò85% cotton, ó100g/m2, yarn dyed
5208 42 Plain weave cotton fabric, ò85% cotton, >100g/m2, ó200 g/m2, yarn
 dyed
5208 43 Twill weave cotton fabric, ò85% cotton, ó200g/m2, yarn dyed
5208 49 Woven fabric of cotton, ò85% cotton, ó200g/m2, yarn dyed, nes
5208 51 Plain weave cotton fabric, ò85% cotton, ó100g/m2, printed
5208 52 Plain weave cotton fabric, ò85% cotton, >100g/m2, ó200 g/m2,
 printed
5208 53 Twill weave cotton fabric, ò85% cotton, ó200g/m2, printed
5208 59 Woven fabric of cotton, ò85% cotton, ó 200g/m2, printed, nes
5209 11 Plain weave cotton fabric, ò85% cotton, >200g/m2, unbleached
5209 12 Twill weave cotton fabric, ò85% cotton, >200g/m2, unbleached
5209 19 Woven fabric of cotton, ò85% cotton, >200g/m2, unbleached, nes
5209 21 Plain weave cotton fabric, ò85% cotton, >200g/m2, bleached
5209 22 Twill weave cotton fabric, ò85% cotton, >200g/m2, bleached
5209 29 Woven fabric of cotton, ò85% cotton, >200g/m2, bleached, nes
5209 31 Plain weave cotton fabric, ò85% cotton, >200g/m2, dyed
5209 32 Twill weave cotton fabric, ò85% cotton, >200g/m2, dyed
5209 39 Woven fabric of cotton, ò85% cotton, >200g/m2, dyed, nes
5209 41 Plain weave cotton fabric, ò85% cotton, >200g/m2, yarn dyed
5209 42 Blue denim fabric of cotton, ò85% cotton, >200g/m2
5209 43 Twill weave cotton fabric, other than denim,ò85% cotton, >200g/m2,
 yarn dyed
5209 49 Woven fabric of cotton, ò85% cotton, >200g/m2, yarn dyed, nes
5209 51 Plain weave cotton fabric, ò85% cotton, >200g/m2, printed
5209 52 Twill weave cotton fabric, ò85% cotton, >200g/m2, printed
5209 59 Woven fabric of cotton, ò85% cotton, >200g/m2, printed, nes
5210 11 Plain weave cotton fabric, <85% cotton, with man-made fiber,
 ó200g/m2, unbleached
5210 12 Twill weave cotton fabric, <85% cotton, with man-made fiber,
 ó200g/m2, unbleached
5210 19 Woven fabric of cotton, <85% cotton, with man-made fiber,
 ó200g/m2, unbleached, nes
5210 21 Plain weave cotton fabric, <85% cotton, with man-made fiber,
 ó200g/m2, bleached
5210 22 Twill weave cotton fabric, <85% cotton, with man-made fiber,
 ó200g/m2, bleached
5210 29 Woven fabric of cotton, <85% cotton, with man-made fiber,
 ó200g/m2, bleached, nes
5210 31 Plain weave cotton fabric, <85% cotton, with man-made fiber,
 ó200g/m2, dyed
5210 32 Twill weave cotton fabric, <85% cotton, with man-made fiber,
 ó200g/m2, dyed
5210 39 Woven fabric of cotton, <85% cotton, with man-made fiber,
 ó200g/m2, dyed, nes
5210 41 Plain weave cotton fabric, <85% cotton, with man-made fiber,
 ó200g/m2, yarn dyed
5210 42 Twill weave cotton fabric, <85% cotton, with man-made fiber,
 ó200g/m2, yarn dyed
5210 49 Woven fabric of cotton, <85% cotton, with man-made fiber,
 ó200g/m2, yarn dyed, nes
5210 51 Plain weave cotton fabric, <85% cotton, with man-made fiber,
 ó200g/m2, printed
5210 52 Twill weave cotton fabric, <85% cotton, with man-made fiber,
 ó200g/m2, printed
5210 59 Woven fabric of cotton, <85% cotton, with man-made fiber,
 ó200g/m2, printed, nes
5211 11 Plain weave cotton fabric, <85% cotton, with man-made fiber,
 >200g/m2, unbleached
5211 12 Twill weave cotton fabric, <85% cotton, with man-made fiber,
 >200g/m2, unbleached
5211 19 Woven fabric of cotton, <85% cotton, with man-made fiber,
 >200g/m2, unbleached, nes
5211 21 Plain weave cotton fabric, <85% cotton, with man-made fiber,
 >200g/m2, bleached
5211 22 Twill weave cotton fabric, <85% cotton, with man-made fiber,
 >200g/m2, bleached
5211 29 Woven fabric of cotton, <85% cotton, with man-made fiber,
 >200g/m2, bleached, nes
5211 31 Plain weave cotton fabric, <85% cotton, with man-made fiber,
 >200g/m2, dyed
5211 32 Twill weave cotton fabric, <85% cotton, with man-made fiber,
 >200g/m2, dyed
5211 39 Woven fabric of cotton, <85% cotton, with man-made fiber,
 >200g/m2, dyed, nes
5211 41 Plain weave cotton fabric, <85% cotton, with man-made fiber,
 >200g/m2, yarn dyed
5211 42 Blue  denim fabric of cotton, <85% cotton, with man-made fiber,
 >200g/m2
5211 43 Twill weave cotton fabric, other than denim, <85% cotton, with
 man-made fiber, >200g/m2, yarn dyed
5211 49 Woven fabric of cotton, <85% cotton, with man-made fiber,
 >200g/m2, yarn dyed, nes
5211 51 Plain weave cotton fabric, <85% cotton, with man-made fiber,
 >200g/m2, printed
5211 52 Twill weave cotton fabric, <85% cotton, with man-made fiber,
 >200g/m2, printed
5211 59 Woven fabric of cotton, <85% cotton, with man-made fiber,
 >200g/m2, printed, nes
5212 11 Woven fabric of cotton, weighing ó200g/m2, unbleached, nes
5212 12 Woven fabric of cotton, weighing ó200g/m2, bleached, nes
5212 13 Woven fabric of cotton, weighing ó200g/m2, dyed, nes
5212 14 Woven fabric of cotton, ó200g/m2, of yarns of different colors,
 nes
5212 15 Woven fabric of cotton, weighing ó200g/m2, printed, nes
5212 21 Woven fabric of cotton, weighing >200g/m2, unbleached, nes
5212 22 Woven fabric of cotton, weighing >200g/m2, bleached, nes
5212 23 Woven fabric of cotton, weighing >200g/m2, dyed, nes
5212 24 Woven fabric of cotton, >200g/m2, of yarns of different colors,
 nes
5212 25 Woven fabric of cotton, weighing >200g/m2, printed, nes

Ch. 53 Other vegetable textile fibers; paper yarn and woven fabric of
 paper yarn

5306 10 Flax yarn, single
5306 20 Flax yarn, multiple
5307 10 Yarn of jute or of other textile bast fibers, single
5307 20 Yarn of jute or other textile bast fibers, multiple
5308 20 True hemp yarn
5308 90 Yarn of other vegetable textile fibers
5309 11 Woven fabric, ò85% flax, unbleached or bleached
5309 19 Woven fabric, ò85% flax, other than unbleached or bleached
5309 21 Woven fabric of flax, <85% flax, unbleached or bleached
5309 29 Woven fabric of flax, <85% flax, other than unbleached or bleached
5310 10 Woven fabric of jute or of other textile bast fibers, unbleached
5310 90 Woven fabric of jute or of other textile bast fibers, other than
 unbleached
5311 00 Woven fabric of other vegetable textile fibers; woven fabric of
 paper yarn

Ch. 54 Man-made filaments

5401 10 Sewing thread of synthetic filaments
5401 20 Sewing thread of artificial filaments
5402 10 High tenacity yarn (other than sewing thread), nylon or other
 polyamide fiber, not for retail sale
5402 20 High tenacity yarn (other than sewing thread), of polyester
 filaments, not for retail sale
5402 31 Textured yarn nes, of nylon or other polyamide fiber,ó50tex/single
 yarn, not for retail sale
5402 32 Textured yarn nes, of nylon or other polyamide fiber,>50
 tex/single yarn, not for retail sale
5402 33 Textured yarn nes, of polyester filaments, not for retail sale
5402 39 Textured yarn of synthetic filaments, nes, not for retail sale
5402 41 Yarn of nylon or other polyamide fiber, single, untwisted, nes,
 not for retail sale
5402 42 Yarn of polyester filaments, partially oriented, single, nes, not
 for retail sale
5402 43 Yarn of polyester filaments, single, untwisted, nes, not for
 retail sale
5402 49 Yarn of synthetic filaments, single, untwisted, nes, not for
 retail sale
5402 51 Yarn of nylon or other polyamide fiber, single, >50 turns per
 meter, not  for retail sale
5402 52 Yarn of polyester filaments, single, >50 turns per meter, not for
 retail sale
5402 59 Yarn of synthetic filaments, single, >50 turns per meter, nes, not
 for retail sale
5402 61 Yarn of nylon or other polyamide fiber, multiple, nes, not for
 retail sale
5402 62 Yarn of polyester filaments, multiple, nes, not for retail sale
5402 69 Yarn of synthetic filaments, multiple, nes, not for retail sale
5403 10 High tenacity yarn (other than sewing thread), of viscose rayon
 filaments, not for retail sale
5403 20 Textured yarn nes, of artificial filaments, not for retail sale
5403 31 Yarn of viscose rayon filaments, single, untwisted, nes, not for
 retail sale
5403 32 Yarn of viscose rayon filaments, single, >120 turns per meter,
 nes, not for retail sale
5403 33 Yarn of cellulose acetate filaments, single, nes, not for retail sale
5403 39 Yarn of artificial filaments, single, nes, not for retail sale
5403 41 Yarn of viscose rayon filaments, multiple, nes, not for retail
 sale
5403 42 Yarn of cellulose acetate filaments, multiple, nes, not for retail
 sale
5403 49 Yarn of artificial filaments, multiple, nes, not for retail sale
5404 10 Synthetic monofilament, ò67 decitex, no cross sectional dimension
 >1 mm
5404 90 Strip and the like of synthetic textile material of an apparent
 width ó 5mm
5405 00 Artificial monofil, 67 decitex, cross sectional dimension >1mm;
 strip of art. tex. mat. width ó5mm
5406 10 Yarn of synthetic filaments (other than sewing thread), for retail
 sale
5406 20 Yarn of artificial filaments (other than sewing thread), for
 retail sale
5407 10 Woven fabric of high tenacity filament yarn of nylon or other
 polyamides, or polyester
5407 20 Woven fabric obtained from strip or the like of synthetic textile
 materials
5407 30 Fabric specified in Note 9 Section XI (layers of parallel
 synthetic textile yarn)
5407 41 Woven fabric, ò85% nylon or other polyamide filaments, unbleached
 or bleached, nes
5407 42 Woven fabric, ò85% nylon or other polyamide filaments, dyed, nes
5407 43 Woven fabric, ò85% nylon or other polyamide filaments, yarn dyed,
 nes
5407 44 Woven fabric, ò85% nylon or other polyamide filaments, printed,
 nes
5407 51 Woven fabric, ò85% textured polyester filaments, unbleached or
 bleached, nes
5407 52 Woven fabric, ò85% textured polyester filaments, dyed, nes
5407 53 Woven fabric, ò85% textured polyester filaments, yarn dyed, nes
5407 54 Woven fabric, ò85% textured polyester filaments, printed, nes
5407 60 Woven fabric, ò85% non-textured polyester filaments, nes
5407 71 Woven fabric, ò85% synthetic filaments, unbleached or bleached,
 nes
5407 72 Woven fabric, ò85% synthetic filaments, dyed, nes
5407 73 Woven fabric, ò85% synthetic filaments, yarn dyed, nes
5407 74 Woven fabric, ò85% synthetic filaments, printed, nes
5407 81 Woven fabric of synthetic filaments, <85% syn. filaments, with
 cotton, unbl or bl, nes
5407 82 Woven fabric of synthetic filaments, <85% with cotton, dyed, nes
5407 83 Woven fabric of synthetic filaments, <85% with cotton, yarn dyed,
 nes
5407 84 Woven fabric of synthetic filaments, <85% with cotton, printed,
 nes
5407 91 Woven fabric of synthetic filaments, unbleached or bleached, nes
5407 92 Woven fabric of synthetic filaments, dyed, nes
5407 93 Woven fabric of synthetic filaments, yarn dyed, nes
5407 94 Woven fabric of synthetic filaments, printed, nes
5408 10 Woven fabric of high tenacity filament yarn of viscose rayon
5408 21 Woven fabric, ò85% artificial filament or strip, unbleached or
 bleached, nes
5408 22 Woven fabric, ò85% artificial filament or strip, dyed, nes
5408 23 Woven fabric, ò85% artificial filament or strip, yarn dyed, nes
5408 24 Woven fabric, ò85% artificial filament or strip, printed, nes
5408 31 Woven fabric of artificial filaments, unbleached or bleached, nes
5408 32 Woven fabric of artificial filaments, dyed, nes
5408 33 Woven fabric of artificial filaments, yarn dyed, nes
5408 34 Woven fabric of artificial filaments, printed, nes

Ch.55Man-made staple fibers

5501 10 Filament tow of nylon or other polyamides
5501 20 Filament tow of polyesters
5501 30 Filament tow of acrylic or modacrylic
5501 90 Synthetic filament tow, nes
5502 00 Artificial filament tow
5503 10 Staple fibers of nylon or other polyamides, not carded or combed
5503 20 Staple fibers of polyesters, not carded or combed
5503 30 Staple fibers of acrylic or modacrylic, not carded or combed
5503 40 Staple fibers of polypropylene, not carded or combed
5503 90 Synthetic staple fibers, not carded or combed, nes
5504 10 Staple fibers of viscose, not carded or combed
5504 90 Artificial staple fibers, other than viscose, not carded or combed
5505 10 Waste of synthetic fibers
5505 20 Waste of artificial fibers
5506 10 Staple fibers of nylon or other polyamides, carded or combed
5506 20 Staple fibers of polyesters, carded or combed
5506 30 Staple fibers of acrylic or modacrylic, carded or combed
5506 90 Synthetic staple fibers, carded or combed, nes
5507 00 Artificial staple fibers, carded or combed
5508 10 Sewing thread of synthetic staple fibers
5508 20 Sewing thread of artificial staple fibers
5509 11 Yarn, ò85% nylon or other polyamide staple fibers, single, not for
 retail sale
5509 12 Yarn, ò85% nylon or other polyamide staple fibers, multiple, not
 for retail sale, nes
5509 21 Yarn, ò85% of polyester staple fibers, single, not for retail sale
5509 22 Yarn, ò85% of polyester staple fibers, multiple, not for retail
 sale, nes
5509 31 Yarn, ò85% of acrylic or modacrylic staple fibers, single, not for
 retail sale
5509 32 Yarn, ò85% acrylic/modacrylic staple fibers, multiple, not for
 retail sale, nes
5509 41 Yarn, ò85% of other synthetic staple fibers, single, not for
 retail sale
5509 42 Yarn, ò85% of other synthetic staple fibers, multiple, not for
 retail sale, nes
5509 51 Yarn of polyester staple fibers mixed with artificial staple
 fiber, not for retail sale, nes
5509 52 Yarn of polyester staple fiber mixed with wool or fine animal
 hair, not for retail sale, nes
5509 53 Yarn of polyester staple fibers mixed with cotton, not for retail
 sale, nes
5509 59 Yarn of polyester staple fibers, not for retail sale, nes
5509 61 Yarn of acrylic staple fiber mixed with wool or fine animal hair,
 not for retail sale, nes
5509 62 Yarn of acrylic staple fibers mixed with cotton, not for retail
 sale, nes
5509 69 Yarn of acrylic staple fibers, not for retail sale, nes
5509 91 Yarn of other synthetic staple fibers mixed with wool or fine
 animal hair, not for retail sale, nes
5509 92 Yarn of other synthetic staple fibers mixed with cotton, not for
 retail sale, nes
5509 99 Yarn of other synthetic staple fibers, not for retail sale, nes
5510 11 Yarn, ò85% of artificial staple fibers, single, not for retail
 sale
5510 12 Yarn, ò85% of artificial staple fibers, multiple, not for retail
 sale, nes
5510 20 Yarn of artificial staple fiber mixed with wool/fine animal hair,
 not for retail sale, nes
5510 30 Yarn of artificial staple fibers mixed with cotton, not for retail
 sale, nes
5510 90 Yarn of artificial staple fibers, not for retail sale, nes
5511 10 Yarn, ò85% of synthetic staple fibers, other than sewing thread,
 for retail sale
5511 20 Yarn, <85% of synthetic staple fibers, for retail sale, nes
5511 30 Yarn of artificial fibers (other than sewing thread), for retail
 sale
5512 11 Woven fabric, ò85% of polyester staple fibers, unbleached or
 bleached
5512 19 Woven fabric, ò85% of polyester staple fibers, other than
 unbleached or bleached
5512 21 Woven fabric, ò85% of acrylic staple fibers, unbleached or
 bleached
5512 29 Woven fabric, ò85% of acrylic staple fibers, other than unbleached
 or bleached
5512 91 Woven fabric, ò85% of other synthetic staple fibers, unbleached or
 bleached
5512 99 Woven fabric, ò85% of other synthetic staple fibers, other than
 unbleached or bleached
5513 11 Plain weave polyester fabric, <85% syn stple fiber, with cot,
 ó170g/m2, unbl or bl
5513 12 Twill weave polyester staple fiber fabric, <85% syn. staple fiber,
 with cotton, ó170g/m2, unbl or bl
5513 13 Woven polyester fabric, <85% synthetic stple fiber, with cotton,
 ó170g/m2, unbl or bl, nes
5513 19 Woven fabric of other synthetic staple fiber, <85% syn. stpl fib,
 with cotton, ó170g/m2, unbl or  bl
5513 21 Plain weave polyester staple fiber fabric,<85% synthetic staple
 fiber, with cotton, ó170g/m2, dyed
5513 22 Twill weave polyester staple fiber fabric,<85% synthetic staple
 fiber, with cotton, ó170g/m2, dyed
5513 23 Woven fabric of polyester staple fiber, <85% syn. staple fiber,
 with cotton, ó170g/m2, dyed, nes
5513 29 Woven fabric of other synthetic staple fiber, <85% syn. staple
 fiber, with cotton, ó170g/m2, dyed
5513 31 Plain weave polyester staple fiber fabric, <85% syn. staple fiber,
 with cotton, ó170g/m2, yarn dyed
5513 32 Twill weave polyester staple fiber fabric, <85% syn. staple fiber,
 with cotton, ó170g/m2, yarn dyed
5513 33 Woven fabric of polyester staple fiber, <85% syn. staple fiber,
 with cotton, ó170g/m2, dyed nes
5513 39 Woven fabric of other synthetic staple fiber, <85% syn. staple
 fiber, with cotton, ó170g/m2, yarn dyed
5513 41 Plain weave polyester staple fiber fabric, <85% syn. stpl fiber,
 with cotton, ó170g/m2, printed
5513 42 Twill weave polyester staple fiber fabric, <85% syn. staple fiber,
 with cotton, <=/170g/m2, printed
5513 43 Woven fabric of polyester staple fiber, <85% syn staple fiber,
 with cotton, ó170g/m2, printed, nes
5513 49 Woven fabric of other synthetic staple fiber, <85% syn. staple
 fiber, with cotton, ó170g/m2, printed
5514 11 Plain weave polyester staple fiber fabric, <85% syn. staple fiber,
 with cotton, >170g/m2, unbl or bl
5514 12 Twill weave polyester staple fiber fabric, <85% syn. staple fiber,
 with cotton, >170g/m2, unbl or bl
5514 13 Woven fabric of polyester staple fiber, <85% syn. stpl fiber, with
 cotton, >170g/m2, unbl or bl, nes
5514 19 Woven fabric of other synthetic staple fiber, <85% syn stpl. fib,
 with cotton, >170g/m2, unbl or bl
5514 21 Plain weave polyester staple fiber fabric, <85% syn staple fiber,
 with cotton, >170g/m2, dyed
5514 22 Twill weave polyester staple fiber fabric, <85% synthetic staple
 fiber, with cotton, >170g/m2, dyed
5514 23 Woven fabric of polyester staple fiber, <85% synthetic staple
 fiber, with cotton, >170g/m2, dyed
5514 29 Woven fabric of other synthetic staple fiber, <85% synthetic
 staple fiber, with cotton, >170g/m2, dyed
5514 31 Plain weave polyester staple fiber fabric, <85% syn. staple fiber,
 with cotton, >170g/m2, yarn dyed
5514 32 Twill weave polyester staple fiber fabric, <85% mixed with cotton,
 >170g/m2, yarn dyed
5514 33 Woven fabric of polyester staple fiber, <85% syn. staple fiber,
 with cotton, >170g/m2, yarn dyed nes
5514 39 Woven fabric of other synthetic staple fiber, <85% syn. stpl
 fiber, with cotton, >170g/m2, yarn dyed
5514 41 Plain weave polyester staple fiber fabric, <85% synthetic staple
 fiber, with cotton, >170g/m2, printed
5514 42 Twill weave polyester staple fiber fabric, <85% synthetic staple
 fiber, with cotton, >170g/m2, printed
5514 43 Woven fabric of polyester staple fibers <85% syn. staple fiber,
 with cotton, >170g/m2, printed, nes
5514 49 Woven fabric of other synthetic staple fiber, <85% syn. staple
 fiber, with cotton, >170g/m2, printed
5515 11 Woven fabric of polyester staple fiber, with viscose rayon staple
 fiber, nes
5515 12 Woven fabric of polyester staple fiber, with man-made filaments,
 nes
5515 13 Woven fabric of polyester staple fiber, with wool or fine animal
 hair, nes
5515 19 Woven fabric of polyester staple fiber, nes
5515 21 Woven fabric of acrylic staple fiber, with man-made filaments, nes
5515 22 Woven fabric of acrylic staple fiber, with wool or fine animal
 hair, nes
5515 29 Woven fabric of acrylic or modacrylic staple fibers, nes
5515 91 Woven fabric of other synthetic staple fiber, with man-made
 filaments, nes
5515 92 Woven fabric of other synthetic staple fiber, with wool or fine
 animal hair, nes
5515 99 Woven fabric of synthetic staple fibers, nes
5516 11 Woven fabric, ò85% artificial staple fiber, unbleached or bleached
5516 12 Woven fabric, ò85% artificial staple fiber, dyed
5516 13 Woven fabric, ò85% artificial staple fiber, yarn dyed
5516 14 Woven fabric, ò85% artificial staple fiber, printed
5516 21 Woven fabric of artificial staple fiber, <85% artificial staple
 fiber, with man-made fib, unbl or bl
5516 22 Woven fabric of artificial staple fiber, <85% artificial staple
 fiber, with man-made fib, dyed
5516 23 Woven fabric of artificial staple fiber, <85% artificial staple
 fiber, with man-made fib, yarn dyed
5516 24 Woven fabric of artificial staple fiber, <85% artificial staple
 fiber, with man-made fib, printed
5516 31 Woven fabric of artificial staple fiber, <85% art stpl fiber, with
 wool/fine animal hair, unbl or bl
5516 32 Woven fabric of artificial staple fiber, <85% art staple fiber,
 with wool/fine animal hair, dyed
5516 33 Woven fabric of artificial staple fiber, <85% art staple fiber,
 with wool/fine animal hair, yarn dyed
5516 34 Woven fabric of artificial staple fiber, <85% art staple fiber,
 with wool/fine animal hair, printed
5516 41 Woven fabric of artificial staple fiber, <85% artificial staple
 fiber, with cotton, unbl or bl
5516 42 Woven fabric of artificial staple fiber, <85% artificial staple
 fiber, with cotton, dyed
5516 43 Woven fabric of artificial staple fiber, <85% artificial staple
 fiber, with cotton, yarn dyed
5516 44 Woven fabric of artificial staple fiber, <85% artificial staple
 fiber, with cotton, printed
5516 91 Woven fabric of artificial staple fiber, unbleached or bleached,
 nes
5516 92 Woven fabric of artificial staple fiber, dyed, nes
5516 93 Woven fabric of artificial staple fiber, yarn dyed, nes
5516 94 Woven fabric of artificial staple fiber, printed, nes

Ch. 56 Wadding, felt and nonwovens; special yarns, twine, cordage, ropes
 and cables and articles thereof

5601 10 Sanitary articles of wadding of textile materials, including
 sanitary towels, tampons, and diapers
5601 21 Wadding of cotton and articles thereof, other than sanitary
 articles
5601 22 Wadding of man-made fibers and articles thereof, other than
 sanitary articles
5601 29 Wedge of other textile materials and articles thereof, other than
 sanitary articles
5601 30 Textile flock and dust and mill neps
5602 10 Needleloom felt and stitch-bonded fiber fabric
5602 21 Felt other than needleloom, of wool or fine animal hair, not
 impregnated, coated, covered or laminated
5602 29 Felt other than needleloom, of other textile materials, not
 impregnated, coated, covered or laminated
5602 90 Felt of textile materials, nes
5603 00 Nonwovens, whether or not impregnated, coated, covered or
 laminated
5604 10 Rubber thread and cord, textile covered
5604 20 High tenacity yarn of polyester, nylon other polyamide, viscose
 rayon, impregnated or coated
5604 90 Textile yarn, strip, impregnated, coated, covered or sheathed with
 rubber or plastics nes
5605 00 Metalized yarn, being textile yarn combined with metal thread,
 strip, or powder
5606 00 Gimped yarn nes; chenille yarn; loop wale-yarn
5607 10 Twine, cordage, ropes and cables, of jute or other textile bast
 fibers
5607 21 Binder or baler twine, of sisal or other textile fibers of the
 genus Agave
5607 29 Twine nes, cordage, ropes and cables, of sisal textile fibers
5607 30 Twine, cordage, ropes and cables, of abaca or other hard (leaf)
 fibers
5607 41 Binder or baler twine, of polyethylene or polypropylene
5607 49 Twine nes, cordage, ropes and cables, of polyethylene or
 polypropylene
5607 50 Twine, cordage, ropes and cables, of other synthetic fibers
5607 90 Twine, cordage, ropes and cables, of other materials
5608 11 Made up fishing nets, of man-made textile materials
5608 19 Knotted netting of twine, cordage, or rope, and other made up nets
 of man-made textile materials
5608 90 Knotted netting of twine, cordage, or rope, nes, and made up nets
 of other textile materials
5609 00 Articles of yarn, strip, twine, cordage, rope and cables, nes

Ch.57Carpets and other textile floor coverings

5701 10 Carpets of wool or fine animal hair, knotted
5701 90 Carpets of other textile materials, knotted
5702 10 Kelem, Schumacks, Karamanie and similar textile hand-woven rugs
5702 20 Floor coverings of coconut fibers (coir)
5702 31 Carpets of wool or fine animal hair, of woven pile construction,
 not made up, nes
5702 32 Carpets of man-made textile materials, of woven pile construction,
 not made up, nes
5702 39 Carpets of other textile materials, of woven pile construction,
 not made up, nes
5702 41 Carpets of wool or fine animal hair, of woven pile construction,
 made up, nes
5702 42 Carpets of man-made textile materials, of woven pile construction,
 made up, nes
5702 49 Carpets of other textile materials, of woven pile construction,
 made up, nes
5702 51 Carpets of wool or fine animal hair, woven, not made up, nes
5702 52 Carpets of man-made textile materials, woven, not made up, nes
5702 59 Carpets of other textile materials, woven, not made up, nes
5702 91 Carpets of wool or fine animal hair, woven, made up, nes
5702 92 Carpets of man-made textile materials, woven, made up, nes
5702 99 Carpets of other textile materials, woven, made up, nes
5703 10 Carpets of wool or fine animal hair, tufted
5703 20 Carpets of nylon or other polyamide, tufted
5703 30 Carpets of other man-made textile materials, tufted
5703 90 Carpets of other textile materials, tufted
5704 10 Tiles of felt of textile materials, having a maximum surface area
 of 0.3 m2
5704 90 Carpets of felt of textile materials, nes
5705 00 Carpets and other textile floor coverings, nes

Ch. 58 Special woven fabrics; tufted textile fabrics; lace; tapestries;
 trimmings; embroidery

5801 10 Woven pile fabric of wool or fine animal hair, other than terry
 and narrow fabric
5801 21 Woven uncut weft pile fabric of cotton, other than terry and
 narrow fabric
5801 22 Cut corduroy fabric of cotton, other than narrow fabric
5801 23 Woven weft pile fabric of cotton, nes
5801 24 Woven warp pile fabric of cotton, epingle (uncut), other than
 terry and narrow fabric
5801 25 Woven warp pile fabric of cotton, cut, other than terry and narrow
 fabric
5801 26 Chenille fabric of cotton, other than narrow fabric
5801 31 Woven uncut weft pile fabric of manmade fibers, other than terry
 and narrow fabric
5801 32 Cut corduroy fabric of man-made fibers, other than narrow fabric
5801 33 Woven weft pile fabric of man-made fibers, nes
5801 34 Woven warp pile fabric of man-made fiber, epingle (uncut),other
 than terry and narrow fabric
5801 35 Woven warp pile fabric of man-made fiber, cut, other than terry
 and narrow fabric
5801 36 Chenille fabric of man-made fibers, other than narrow fabric
5801 90 Woven pile fabric and chenille fabric of other textile materials,
 other than terry and narrow fabric
5802 11 Terry toweling and similar woven terry fabric of cotton, other
 than narrow fabric, unbleached
5802 19 Terry toweling and similar woven terry fabric of cotton, other
 than unbleached or narrow fabric
5802 20 Terry toweling and similar woven terry fabric of other textile
 materials, other than narrow fabric
5802 30 Tufted textile fabric, other than products of heading No 57.03
5803 10 Gauze of cotton, other than narrow fabric
5803 90 Gauze of other textile material, other than narrow fabric
5804 10 Tulles and other net fabric, not including woven, knitted or
 crocheted fabric
5804 21 Mechanically made lace of man-made fiber, in the piece, in strips
 or motifs
5804 29 Mechanically made lace of other textile materials, in the piece,
 in strips or in motifs
5804 30 Hand-made lace, in the piece, in strips or in motifs
5805 00 Hand-woven tapestries and needle-worked tapestries, whether or not
 made up
5806 10 Narrow woven pile fabric and narrow chenille fabric
5806 20 Narrow woven fabric, containing ò5% elastomeric yarn or rubber
 thread, nes
5806 31 Narrow woven fabric of cotton, nes
5806 32 Narrow woven fabric of man-made fibers, nes
5806 39 Narrow woven fabric of other textile materials, nes
5806 40 Fabric consisting of warp without weft, assembled by means of an
 adhesive
5807 10 Labels, badges and similar woven articles of textile materials
5807 90 Labels, badges and similar articles, not woven, of textile
 materials, nes
5808 10 Braids in the piece
5808 90 Ornamental trimmings in the piece, other than knit; tassels,
 pompons and similar articles
5809 00 Woven fabric of metal thread or metalized yarn, for apparel, and
 homefurnishings, nes
5810 10 Embroidery without visible ground, in the piece, in strips or in
 motifs
5810 91 Embroidery of cotton, in the piece, in strips or in motifs, nes
5810 92 Embroidery of man-made fibers, in the piece, in strips or in
 motifs, nes
5810 99 Embroidery of other textile materials, in the piece, in strips or
 motifs, nes
5811 00 Quilted textile products in the piece

Ch. 59 Impregnated, coated, covered, laminated textile fabric; textile
 articles suitable for industrial use

5901 10 Textile fabric coated with gum, of a kind used for outer covers of
 books or the like
5901 90 Tracing cloth; prepared painting canvas; stiffened textile fabric
 for hats, nes
5902 10 Tire cord fabric of high tenacity nylon or other polyamide yarn
5902 20 Tire cord fabric of high tenacity polyester yarn
5902 90 Tire cord fabric made of high tenacity viscose rayon yarn
5903 10 Textile fabric impregnated, coated, covered, or laminated with
 polyvinyl chloride, nes
5903 20 Textile fabric impregnated, coated, covered, or laminated with
 polyurethane, nes
5903 90 Textile fabric impregnated, coated, covered, or laminated with
 plastics, nes
5904 10 Linoleum, whether or not cut to shape
5904 91 Floor coverings, other than linoleum, with a base of needleloom
 felt or nonwovens
5904 92 Floor coverings, other than linoleum, with other textile base
5905 00 Textile wall coverings
5906 10 Rubberized textile adhesive tape of a width not exceeding 20 cm
5906 91 Rubberized textile knitted or crocheted fabric, nes
5906 99 Rubberized textile fabric, nes
5907 00 Textile fabric impregnated, coated, covered, nes; painted canvas
 for theater use, backdrops, etc.
5908 00 Textile wicks for lamps, stoves, candles or the like; gas mantles
 and knitted gas mantle fabric
5909 00 Textile hosepiping and similar textile tubing
5910 00 Transmission or conveyor belts or belting of textile material
 whether or not reinforced
5911 10 Felt and felt-lined woven fabric combined with rubber, leather, or
 other material, for technical uses
5911 20 Textile bolting cloth, whether or not made up
5911 31 Textile fabric, endless or linked, for paper-making or similar
 machines, weighing <650 g/m2
5911 32 Textile fabric, endless or linked, for paper-making or similar
 machines, weighing ò650 g/m2
5911 40 Textile straining cloth used in oil presses or the like, including
 of human hair
5911 90 Textile products and articles for technical uses, nes

Ch. 60 Knitted or crocheted fabrics

6001 10 Long pile knitted or crocheted textile fabric
6001 21 Looped pile knitted or crocheted fabric, of cotton
6001 22 Looped pile knitted or crocheted fabric, of man-made fibers
6001 29 Looped pile knitted or crocheted fabric, of other textile
 materials
6001 91 Pile knitted or crocheted fabric, of cotton, nes
6001 92 Pile knitted or crocheted fabric, of man-made fiber, nes
6001 99 Pile knitted or crocheted fabric, of other textile materials, nes
6002 10 Knitted or crocheted textile fabric, wó30 cm,ò5% of elastomeric
 yarn or rubber thread, nes
6002 20 Knitted or crocheted textile fabric, width not exceeding 30 cm,
 nes
6002 30 Knitted or crocheted textile fabric, width > 30 cm, ò5% of
 elastomeric yarn or rubber thread, nes
6002 41 Warp knitted fabric, of wool or fine animal hair, nes
6002 42 Warp knitted fabric, of cotton, nes
6002 43 Warp knitted fabric, of man-made fibers, nes
6002 49 Warp knitted fabric, of other materials, nes
6002 91 Knitted or crocheted fabric, of wool or of fine animal hair, nes
6002 92 Knitted or crocheted fabric, of cotton, nes
6002 93 Knitted or crocheted fabric, of manmade fibers, nes
6002 99 Knitted or crocheted fabric, of other materials, nes

Ch. 61 Articles of apparel and clothing accessories, knitted or crocheted

6101 10 Men's or boys' overcoats, anoraks, and sim articles, of wool or
 fine animal hair, knitted or crocheted
6101 20 Men's or boys' overcoats, anoraks, and similar articles, of
 cotton, knitted or crocheted
6101 30 Men's or boys' overcoats, anoraks, and similar articles, of man-
 made fibers, knitted or crocheted
6101 90 Men's or boys' overcoats, anoraks, and sim articles, of other
 textile materials, knitted or crocheted
6102 10 Women's or girls' overcoats, anoraks and sim art, of wool or fine
 animal hair, knitted or crocheted
6102 20 Women's or girls' overcoats, anoraks and similar articles, of
 cotton, knitted or crocheted
6102 30 Women's or girls' overcoats, anoraks and similar articles, of man-
 made fibers, knitted or crocheted
6102 90 Women's or girls' overcoats, anoraks and sim art, of other textile
 materials, knitted or crocheted
6103 11 Men's or boys' suits, of wool or fine animal hair, knitted or
 crocheted
6103 12 Men's or boys' suits, of synthetic fibers, knitted or crocheted
6103 19 Men's or boys' suits, of other textile materials, knitted or
 crocheted
6103 21 Men's or boys' ensembles, of wool or fine animal hair, knitted or
 crocheted
6103 22 Men's or boys' ensembles, of cotton, knitted or crocheted
6103 23 Men's or boys' ensembles, of synthetic fibers, knitted or
 crocheted
6103 29 Men's or boys' ensembles, of other textile materials, knitted or
 crocheted
6103 31 Men's or boys' jackets and blazers, of wool or fine animal hair,
 knitted or crocheted
6103 32 Men's or boys' jackets and blazers, of cotton, knitted or
 crocheted
6103 33 Men's or boys' jackets and blazers, of synthetic fibers, knitted
 or crocheted
6103 39 Men's or boys' jackets and blazers, of other textile materials,
 knitted or crocheted
6103 41 Men's or boys' trousers and shorts, of wool or fine animal hair,
 knitted or crocheted
6103 42 Men's or boys' trousers and shorts, of cotton, knitted or
 crocheted
6103 43 Men's or boys' trousers and shorts, of synthetic fibers, knitted
 or crocheted
6103 49 Men's or boys' trousers and shorts, of other textile materials,
 knitted or crocheted
6104 11 Women's or girls' suits, of wool or fine animal hair, knitted or
 crocheted
6104 12 Women's or girls' suits, of cotton, knitted or crocheted
6104 13 Women's or girls' suits, of synthetic fibers, knitted or crocheted
6104 19 Women's or girls' suits, of other textile materials, knitted or
 crocheted
6104 21 Women's or girls' ensembles, of wool or fine animal hair, knitted
 or crocheted
6104 22 Women's or girls' ensembles, of cotton, knitted or crocheted
6104 23 Women's or girls' ensembles, of synthetic fibers, knitted or
 crocheted
6104 29 Women's or girls' ensembles, of other textile materials, knitted
 or crocheted
6104 31 Women's or girls' jackets, of wool or fine animal hair, knitted or
 crocheted
6104 32 Women's or girls' jackets, of cotton, knitted or crocheted
6104 33 Women's or girls' jackets, of synthetic fibers, knitted or
 crocheted
6104 39 Women's or girls' jackets, of other textile materials, knitted or
 crocheted
6104 41 Women's or girls' dresses, of wool or fine animal hair, knitted or
 crocheted
6104 42 Women's or girls' dresses, of cotton, knitted or crocheted
6104 43 Women's or girls' dresses, of synthetic fibers, knitted or
 crocheted
6104 44 Women's or girls' dresses, of artificial fibers, knitted or
 crocheted
6104 49 Women's or girls' dresses, of other textile materials, knitted or
 crocheted
6104 51 Women's or girls' skirts, of wool or fine animal hair, knitted or
 crocheted
6104 52 Women's or girls' skirts, of cotton, knitted or crocheted
6104 53 Women's or girls' skirts, of synthetic fibers, knitted or crocheted
6104 59 Women's or girls' skirts, of other textile materials, knitted or
 crocheted
6104 61 Women's or girls' trousers and shorts, of wool or fine animal
 hair, knitted or crocheted
6104 62 Women's or girls' trousers and shorts, of cotton, knitted or
 crocheted
6104 63 Women's or girls' trousers and shorts, of synthetic fibers,
 knitted or crocheted
6104 69 Women's or girls' trousers and shorts, of other textile materials,
 knitted or crocheted
6105 10 Men's or boys' shirts, of cotton, knitted or crocheted
6105 20 Men's or boys' shirts, of man-made fibers, knitted or crocheted
6105 90 Men's or boys' shirts, of other textile materials, knitted or
 crocheted
6106 10 Women's or girls' blouses and shirts, of cotton, knitted or
 crocheted
6106 20 Women's or girls' blouses and shirts, of man-made fibers, knitted
 or crocheted
6106 90 Women's or girls' blouses and shirts, of other materials, knitted
 or crocheted
6107 11 Men's or boys' underpants and briefs, of cotton, knitted or
 crocheted
6107 12 Men's or boys' underpants and briefs, of man-made fibers, knitted
 or crocheted
6107 19 Men's or boys' underpants and briefs, of other textile materials,
 knitted or crocheted
6107 21 Men's or boys' nightshirts and pajamas, of cotton, knitted or
 crocheted
6107 22 Men's or boys' nightshirts and pajamas, of man-made fibers,
 knitted or crocheted
6107 29 Men's or boys' nightshirts and pajamas, of other textile
 materials, knitted or crocheted
6107 91 Men's or boys' underpants, briefs, robes, and similar articles of
 cotton, knitted or crocheted
6107 92 Men's or boys' underpants, briefs, robes, and sim articles of man-
 made fibers, knitted or crocheted
6107 99 Men's or boys' underwear, briefs, robes, and sim art of other
 textile materials, knitted or crocheted
6108 11 Women's or girls' slips and petticoats, of man-made fibers,
 knitted or crocheted
6108 19 Women's or girls' slips and petticoats, of other textile
 materials, knitted or crocheted
6108 21 Women's or girls' briefs and panties, of cotton, knitted or
 crocheted
6108 22 Women's or girls' briefs and panties, of man-made fibers, knitted
 or crocheted
6108 29 Women's or girls' briefs and panties, of other textile materials,
 knitted or crocheted
6108 31 Women's or girls' nightdresses and pajamas, of cotton, knitted or
 crocheted
6108 32 Women's or girls' nightdresses and pajamas, of man-made fibers,
 knitted or crocheted
6108 39 Women's or girls' nightdresses and pajamas, of other textile
 materials, knitted or crocheted
6108 91 Women's or girls' robes, dressing gowns, and similar articles of
 cotton, nes, knitted or crocheted
6108 92 Women's or girls' robes, dressing gowns, and sim art of man-made
 fibers, nes, knitted or crocheted
6108 99 Women's or girls' robes, dressing gowns, and sim art of other tex
 materials, nes, knitted or crocheted
6109 10 T-shirts, singlets, tank tops, and similar garments, of cotton,
 knitted or crocheted
6109 90 T-shirts, singlets, tank tops, and similar garments, of other
 textile materials, knitted or crocheted
6110 10 Sweaters, pullovers, sweatshirts, and sim articles of wool or fine
 animal hair, knitted or crocheted
6110 20 Sweaters, pullovers, sweatshirts, and similar articles of cotton,
 knitted or crocheted
6110 30 Sweaters, pullovers, sweatshirts, and similar articles of man-made
 fibers, knitted or crocheted
6110 90 Sweaters, pullovers, sweatshirts, and sim articles of other
 textile materials, knitted or crocheted
6111 10 Babies garments and clothing accessories of wool or fine animal
 hair, knitted or crocheted
6111 20 Babies garments and clothing accessories of cotton, knitted or
 crocheted
6111 30 Babies garments and clothing accessories of synthetic fibers,
 knitted or crocheted
6111 90 Babies garments and clothing accessories of other textile
 materials, knitted or crocheted
6112 11 Track suits, of cotton, knitted or crocheted
6112 12 Track suits, of synthetic fibers, knitted or crocheted
6112 19 Track suits, of other textile materials, knitted or crocheted
6112 20 Ski suits, of textile materials, knitted or crocheted
6112 31 Men's or boys' swimwear, of synthetic fibers, knitted or crocheted
6112 39 Men's or boys' swimwear, of other textile materials, knitted or
 crocheted
6112 41 Women's or girls' swimwear, of synthetic fibers, knitted or
 crocheted
6112 49 Women's or girls' swimwear, of other textile materials, knitted or
 crocheted
6113 00 Garments made up of impregnated, coated, covered or laminated
 textile knitted or crocheted fabric
6114 10 Garments of wool or fine animal hair, knitted or crocheted, nes
6114 20 Garments of cotton, knitted or crocheted, nes
6114 30 Garments of man-made fibers, knitted or crocheted, nes
6114 90 Garments of other textile materials, knitted or crocheted, nes
6115 11 Panty hose and tights, of synthetic fiber yarn, <67 decitex/single
 yarn, knitted or crocheted
6115 12 Panty hose and tights, of synthetic fiber yarn, ò67 decitex/single
 yarn, knitted or crocheted
6115 19 Panty hose and tights, of other textile materials, knitted or
 crocheted
6115 20 Women full or knee length hosiery, of textile yarn, <67
 decitex/single yarn, knitted or crocheted
6115 91 Hosiery nes, of wool or fine animal hair, knitted or crocheted
6115 92 Hosiery nes, of cotton, knitted or crocheted
6115 93 Hosiery nes, of synthetic fibers, knitted or crocheted
6115 99 Hosiery nes, of other textile materials, knitted or crocheted
6116 10 Gloves or mittens, impregnated, coated or covered with plastics or
 rubber, knitted or crocheted
6116 91 Gloves or  mittens, nes, of wool or fine animal hair, knitted or
 crocheted
6116 92 Gloves or mittens, nes, of cotton, knitted or crocheted
6116 93 Gloves or mittens, nes, of synthetic fibers, knitted or crocheted
6116 99 Gloves or mittens, nes, of other textile materials, knitted or
 crocheted
6117 10 Shawls, scarves, veils and the like, of textile materials, knitted
 or crocheted
6117 20 Ties, bow ties and cravats, of textile materials, knitted or
 crocheted
6117 80 Clothing accessories nes, of textile materials, knitted or
 crocheted
6117 90 Parts of garments or clothing accessories, of textile materials,
 knitted or crocheted

Ch. 62 Articles of apparel and clothing accessories, not knitted or
 crocheted or crocheted

6201 11 Men's or boys' overcoats, and similar articles of wool or fine
 animal hair, not knit
6201 12 Men's or boys' overcoats, and similar articles of cotton, not
 knitted or crocheted
6201 13 Men's or boys' overcoats, and similar articles of man-made fibers,
 not knitted or crocheted
6201 19 Men's or boys' overcoats, and similar articles of other textile
 materials, not knitted or crocheted
6201 91 Men's or boys' anoraks and similar articles, of wool or fine
 animal hair, not knitted or crocheted
6201 92 Men's or boys' anoraks and similar articles, of cotton, not
 knitted or crocheted
6201 93 Men's or boys' anoraks and similar articles, of man-made fibers,
 not knitted or crocheted
6201 99 Men's or boys' anoraks and similar articles, of other textile
 materials, not knitted or crocheted
6202 11 Women's or girls' overcoats and similar articles of wool or fine
 animal hair not knit
6202 12 Women's or girls' overcoats and similar articles of cotton, not
 knitted or crocheted
6202 13 Women's or girls' overcoats and similar articles of man-made
 fibers, not knitted or crocheted
6202 19 Women's or girls' overcoats and similar articles of other textile
 mat, not knit
6202 91 Women's or girls' anoraks and similar article of wool or fine
 animal hair, not knit
6202 92 Women's or girls' anoraks and similar article of cotton, not
 knitted or crocheted
6202 93 Women's or girls' anoraks and similar article of man-made fibers,
 not knitted or crocheted
6202 99 Women's or girls' anoraks and similar article of other textile
 materials, not knit
6203 11 Men's or boys' suits, of wool or fine animal hair, not knitted or
 crocheted
6203 12 Men's or boys' suits, of synthetic fibers, not knitted or
 crocheted
6203 19 Men's or boys' suits, of other textile materials, not knitted or
 crocheted
6203 21 Men's or boys' ensembles, of wool or fine animal hair, not knitted
 or crocheted
6203 22 Men's or boys' ensembles, of cotton, not knitted or crocheted
6203 23 Men's or boys' ensembles, of synthetic fibers, not knitted or
 crocheted
6203 29 Men's or boys' ensembles, of other textile materials, not knitted
 or crocheted
6203 31 Men's or boys' jackets and blazers, of wool or fine animal hair,
 not knitted or crocheted
6203 32 Men's or boys' jackets and blazers, of cotton, not knitted or
 crocheted
6203 33 Men's or boys' jackets and blazers, of synthetic fibers, not
 knitted or crocheted
6203 39 Men's or boys' jackets and blazers, of other textile materials,
 not knitted or crocheted
6203 41 Men's or boys' trousers and shorts, of wool or fine animal hair,
 not knitted or crocheted
6203 42 Men's or boys' trousers and shorts, of cotton, not knitted or
 crocheted
6203 43 Men's or boys' trousers and shorts, of synthetic fibers, not
 knitted or crocheted
6203 49 Men's or boys' trousers and shorts, of other textile materials,
 not knitted or crocheted
6204 11 Women's or girls' suits, of wool or fine animal hair, not knitted
 or crocheted
6204 12 Women's or girls' suits, of cotton, not knitted or crocheted
6204 13 Women's or girls' suits, of synthetic fibers, not knitted or
 crocheted
6204 19 Women's or girls' suits, of other textile materials, not knitted
 or crocheted
6204 21 Women's or girls' ensembles, of wool or fine animal hair, not
 knitted or crocheted
6204 22 Women's or girls' ensembles, of cotton, not knitted or crocheted
6204 23 Women's or girls' ensembles, of synthetic fibers, not knitted or
 crocheted
6204 29 Women's or girls' ensembles, of other textile materials, not
 knitted or crocheted
6204 31 Women's or girls' jackets, of wool or fine animal hair, not
 knitted or crocheted
6204 32 Women's or girls' jackets, of cotton, not knitted or crocheted
6204 33 Women's or girls' jackets, of synthetic fibers, not knitted or
 crocheted
6204 39 Women's or girls' jackets, of other textile materials, not knitted
 or crocheted
6204 41 Women's or girls' dresses, of wool or fine animal hair, not
 knitted or crocheted
6204 42 Women's or girls' dresses, of cotton, not knitted or crocheted
6204 43 Women's or girls' dresses, of synthetic fibers, not knitted or
 crocheted
6204 44 Women's or girls' dresses, of artificial fibers, not knitted or
 crocheted
6204 49 Women's or girls' dresses, of other textile materials, not knitted
 or crocheted
6204 51 Women's or girls' skirts, of wool or fine animal hair, not knitted
 or crocheted
6204 52 Women's or girls' skirts, of cotton, not knitted or crocheted
6204 53 Women's or girls' skirts, of synthetic fibers, not knitted or
 crocheted
6204 59 Women's or girls' skirts, of other textile materials, not knitted
 or crocheted
6204 61 Women's or girls' trousers and shorts, of wool or fine animal
 hair, not knitted or crocheted
6204 62 Women's or girls' trousers and shorts, of cotton, not knitted or
 crocheted
6204 63 Women's or girls' trousers and shorts, of synthetic fibers, not
 knitted or crocheted
6204 69 Women's or girls' trousers and shorts, of other textile materials,
 not knitted or crocheted
6205 10 Men's or boys' shirts, of wool or fine animal hair, not knitted or
 crocheted
6205 20 Men's or boys' shirts, of cotton, not knitted or crocheted
6205 30 Men's or boys' shirts, of man-made fibers, not knitted or
 crocheted
6205 90 Men's or boys' shirts, of other textile materials, not knitted or
 crocheted
6206 10 Women's or girls' blouses and shirts, of silk or silk waste, not
 knitted or crocheted
6206 20 Women's or girls' blouses and shirts, of wool or fine animal hair,
 not knitted or crocheted
6206 30 Women's or girls' blouses and shirts, of cotton, not knitted or
 crocheted
6206 40 Women's or girls' blouses and shirts, of man-made fibers, not
 knitted or crocheted
6206 90 Women's or girls' blouses and shirts, of other textile materials,
 not knitted or crocheted
6207 11 Men's or boys' underpants and briefs, of cotton, not knitted or
 crocheted
6207 19 Men's or boys' underpants and briefs, of other textile materials,
 not knitted or crocheted
6207 21 Men's or boys' nightshirts and pajamas, of cotton, not knitted or
 crocheted
6207 22 Men's or boys' nightshirts and pajamas, of man-made fibers, not
 knitted or crocheted
6207 29 Men's or boys' nightshirts and pajamas, of other textile
 materials, not knitted or crocheted
6207 91 Men's or boys' robes, dressing gowns, and similar articles of
 cotton, not knitted or crocheted
6207 92 Men's or boys' robes, dressing gowns, and sim art of man-made
 fibers, not knitted or crocheted
6207 99 Men's or boys' robes, dressing gowns, and similar articles of
 other textile materials, not knit
6208 11 Women's or girls' slips and petticoats, of man-made fibers, not
 knitted or crocheted
6208 19 Women's or girls' slips and petticoats, of other textile
 materials, not knitted or crocheted
6208 21 Women's or girls' nightdresses and pajamas, of cotton, not knitted
 or crocheted
6208 22 Women's or girls' nightdresses and pajamas, of man-made fibers,
 not knitted or crocheted
6208 29 Women's or girls' nightdresses and pajamas, of other textile
 materials, not knitted or crocheted
6208 91 Women's or girls' panties, robes, and similar articles of cotton,
 not knitted or crocheted
6208 92 Women's or girls' panties, robes, and similar articles of man-made
 fibers, not knitted or crocheted
6208 99 Women's or girls' panties, robes, and sim art of other textile
 materials, not knitted or crocheted
6209 10 Babies garments and clothing accessories of wool or fine animal
 hair, not knitted or crocheted
6209 20 Babies garments and clothing accessories of cotton, not knitted or
 crocheted
6209 30 Babies garments and clothing accessories of synthetic fibers, not
 knitted or crocheted
6209 90 Babies garments and clothing accessories of other textile
 materials, not knitted or crocheted
6210 10 Garments made up of textile felts and of nonwoven textile fabric
6210 20 Men's or boys' overcoats and similar articles of impreg, coated,
 covered etc, textile fabric
6210 30 Women's or girls' overcoats and sim art, of impregnated, coated,
 covered, or laminated woven fabric
6210 40 Men's or boys' garments nes, made up of impregnated, coated,
 covered, or laminated woven fabric
6210 50 Women's or girls' garments nes, of impregnated, coated, covered,
 or laminated woven fabric
6211 11 Men's or boys' swimwear, of textile materials not knitted or
 crocheted
6211 12 Women's or girls' swimwear, of textile materials, not knitted or
 crocheted
6211 20 Ski suits, of textile materials, not knitted or crocheted
6211 31 Men's or boys' garments nes, of wool or fine animal hair, not
 knitted or crocheted
6211 32 Men's or boys' garments nes, of cotton, not knitted or crocheted
6211 33 Men's or boys' garments nes, of man-made fibers, not knitted or
 crocheted
6211 39 Men's or boys' garments nes, of other textile materials, not
 knitted or crocheted
6211 41 Women's or girls' garments nes, of wool or fine animal hair, not
 knitted or crocheted
6211 42 Women's or girls' garments nes, of cotton, not knitted or
 crocheted
6211 43 Women's or girls' garments nes, of man-made fibers, not knitted or
 crocheted
6211 49 Women's or girls' garments nes, of other textile materials, not
 knitted or crocheted
6212 10 Brassieres and parts thereof, of textile materials, whether or not
 knitted or crocheted
6212 20 Girdles, panty girdles and parts thereof, of textile materials,
 whether or not crocheted
6212 30 Corselettes and parts thereof, of textile materials, whether or
 not knitted or crocheted
6212 90 Corsets, braces and sim articles and parts, of textile materials,
 whether or not knitted or crocheted
6213 10 Handkerchiefs, of silk or silk waste, not knitted or crocheted
6213 20 Handkerchiefs, of cotton, not knitted or crocheted
6213 90 Handkerchiefs, of other textile materials, not knitted or
 crocheted
6214 10 Shawls, scarves, veils and the like, of silk or silk waste, not
 knitted or crocheted
6214 20 Shawls, scarves, veils and the like, of wool or fine animal hair,
 not knitted or crocheted
6214 30 Shawls, scarves, veils and the like, of synthetic fibers, not
 knitted or crocheted
6214 40 Shawls, scarves, veils and the like, of artificial fibers, not
 knitted or crocheted
6214 90 Shawls, scarves, veils and the like, of other textile materials,
 not knitted or crocheted
6215 10 Ties, bow ties and cravats, of silk or silk waste, not knitted or
 crocheted
6215 20 Ties, bow ties and cravats, of man-made fibers, not knitted or
 crocheted
6215 90 Ties, bow ties and cravats, of other textile materials, not
 knitted or crocheted
6216 00 Gloves, mittens and mitts, of textile materials, not knitted or
 crocheted
6217 10 Clothing accessories of textile materials, not knitted or
 crocheted, nes
6217 90 Parts of garments or of clothing accessories of textile materials,
 not knitted or crocheted, nes

Ch. 63 Other made up textile articles; needlecraft sets; worn clothing
 and worn textile articles; rags

6301 10 Electric blankets, of textile materials
6301 20 Blankets (other than electric) and traveling rugs, of wool or fine
 animal hair
6301 30 Blankets (other than electric) and traveling rugs, of cotton
6301 40 Blankets (other than electric) and traveling rugs, of synthetic
 fibers
6301 90 Blankets (other than electric) and traveling rugs, of other
 textile materials
6302 10 Bed linen, of textile knitted or crocheted or crocheted materials
6302 21 Bed linen, of cotton, printed, not knitted or crocheted
6302 22 Bed linen, of man-made fibers, printed, not knitted or crocheted
6302 29 Bed linen, of other textile materials, printed, not knitted or
 crocheted
6302 31 Bed linen, of cotton, nes
6302 32 Bed linen, of man-made fibers, nes
6302 39 Bed linen, of other textile materials, nes
6302 40 Table linen, of textile knitted or crocheted materials
6302 51 Table linen, of cotton, not knitted or crocheted
6302 52 Table linen, of flax, not knitted or crocheted
6302 53 Table linen, of man-made fibers, not knitted or crocheted
6302 59 Table linen, of other textile materials, not knitted or crocheted
6302 60 Toilet and kitchen linen, of terry toweling or similar terry
 fabric, of cotton
6302 91 Toilet and kitchen linen, of cotton, nes
6302 92 Toilet and kitchen linen, of flax
6302 93 Toilet and kitchen linen, of man-made fibers
6302 99 Toilet and kitchen linen, of other textile materials
6303 11 Curtains, interior blinds and curtain or bed valances, of cotton,
 knitted or crocheted
6303 12 Curtains, interior blinds and curtain or bed valances, of
 synthetic fiber, knitted or crocheted
6303 19 Curtains, interior blinds and curtain or bed valances, other
 textile materials, knitted or crocheted
6303 91 Curtains, interior blinds and curtain or bed valances, of cotton,
 not knitted or crocheted
6303 92 Curtains, interior blinds and curtain or bed valances, of
 synthetic fiber, not knitted or crocheted
6303 99 Curtains, interior blinds and curtain or bed valances, of other
 tex mat, not knitted or crocheted
6304 11 Bedspreads of textile materials, nes, knitted or crocheted
6304 19 Bedspreads of textile materials, nes, not knitted or crocheted
6304 91 Furnishing articles nes, of textile materials, knitted or
 crocheted
6304 92 Furnishing articles nes, of cotton, not knitted or crocheted
6304 93 Furnishing articles nes, of synthetic fibers, not knitted or
 crocheted
6304 99 Furnishing articles nes, of other textile materials, not knitted
 or crocheted
6305 10 Sacks and bags of jute or of other textile bast fibers
6305 20 Sacks and bags of cotton
6305 31 Sacks and bags polyethylene or polypropylene strips
6305 39 Sacks and bags of other man-made textile materials
6305 90 Sacks and bags of other textile materials
6306 11 Tarpaulins, awnings and sunblinds, of cotton
6306 12 Tarpaulins, awnings and sunblinds, of synthetic fibers
6306 19 Tarpaulins, awnings and sunblinds, of other textile materials
6306 21 Tents, of cotton
6306 22 Tents, of synthetic fibers
6306 29 Tents, of other textile materials
6306 31 Sails, of synthetic fibers
6306 39 Sails, of other textile materials
6306 41 Pneumatic mattresses, of cotton
6306 49 Pneumatic mattresses, of other textile materials
6306 91 Camping goods nes, of cotton
6306 99 Camping goods nes, of other textile materials
6307 10 Floor-cloths, dish-cloths, dusters and similar cleaning cloths, of
 textile materials
6307 20 Life jackets and life belts, of textile materials
6307 90 Made up articles, of textile materials, nes, including dress
 patterns
6308 00 Sets of woven fabric and yarn, for rugs, tapestries, and similar
 textile articles, for retail sale
6309 00  Worn clothing and other worn articles

Ch. 64 Footwear, gaiters, and the like; parts of such articles

ex 6405 20  Footwear with soles and uppers of wool felt
ex 6406 10  Footwear uppers of which the external surface is ò50% textile
material
ex 6406 99  Leg warmers and gaiters of textile materials

Ch. 65 Headgear and parts thereof

6501 00 Hat-forms, hat bodies and hoods of felt; plateaux and manchons of
 felt
6502 00 Hat-shapes, plaited or made by assembling strips of any material
6503 00 Felt hats and other felt headgear
6504 00 Hats and other headgear, plaited or made by assembling strips of
 any material
6505 90 Hats and other headgear, knitted or made up from lace, or other
 textile materials

Ch. 66 Umbrellas, sun umbrellas, walking sticks, seatsticks, whips,
 riding-crops and parts thereof

6601 10 Umbrellas and sun umbrellas, garden type
6601 91 Other umbrella types, telescopic shaft
6601 99 Other umbrellas

Ch. 70 Glass and glassware

ex 7019 10  Yarn of fiber glass
ex 7019 20  Woven fabric of fiber glass

Ch. 87 Vehicles other than railway or tramway rolling stock, and parts
 and accessories thereof

8708 21 Safety seat belts for motor vehicles

Ch. 88 Aircraft, spacecraft, and parts thereof

8804 00 Parachutes; their parts and accessories

Ch. 91 Clocks and watchs and parts thereof

9113 90 Watch straps, bands and bracelets of textile materials

Ch. 94 Furniture; bedding, mattresses, mattress supports, cushions and
 similar stuffed furnishings

ex 9404 90  Pillow and cushions of cotton; quilts; eiderdowns; comforters and
sim articles of textile materials

Ch. 95 Toys, games and sports requisites; parts and accessories thereof

9502 91 Garments for dolls

Ch. 96 Miscellaneous manufactured articles

ex 9612 10  Woven ribbons, of man-made fibers, other than those <30 mm wide
and permanently in cartridges
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			       APPENDIX 2.1

			    Tariff Elimination


Trade Between the United States and Canada

1.   The United States and Canada shall progressively eliminate
their respective customs duties on originating textile and
apparel goods of each other in accordance with the base rates and
schedules set forth in Annex 401.2, as amended, of the Canada-
United States Free Trade Agreement.


Trade Between the United States and Mexico

2.   The United States and Mexico shall progressively eliminate
their respective customs duties on originating textile and
apparel goods of each other, starting from the base rates set
forth in the Party's Schedule in Annex 302.2, as follows:

     (a) duties on textile and apparel goods provided for in the
 items in staging category A in a Party's Schedule shall
 be eliminated entirely and such goods shall be duty-
 free effective January 1, 1994;

     (b) duties on textile and apparel goods provided for in the
 items in staging category B in a Party's Schedule shall
 be reduced on January 1, 1994, by an amount equal, in
 percentage terms, to the base rates.  Thereafter,
 duties shall be removed in five equal annual stages
 commencing on January 1, 1995, and such goods shall be
 duty-free effective January 1, 1999;

     (c) duties on textile and apparel goods provided for in the
 items in staging category C in a Party's Schedule shall
 be removed in 10 equal annual stages commencing on
 January 1, 1994, and such goods shall be duty-free
 effective January 1, 2003; and

     (d) if the application of the formulas provided in
 subparagraphs (b) and (c) for staging categories B and
 C result in a duty that exceeds 20 percent ad valorem
 during any annual stage, the rate of duty during that
 stage shall be 20 percent ad valorem instead of the
 rate that otherwise would have applied.

Exceptions to this provision are specified in Schedule 2.1.

3.   In addition, on January 1, 1994, the United States shall
eliminate customs duties on textile and apparel goods that are:

     (a) assembled in Mexico from fabrics wholly formed and cut
 in the United States; and

     (b) exported from and reimported into the United States
 under U.S. tariff item 9802.00.80.10,

and shall not adopt or maintain customs duties on textile and
apparel goods of Mexico that satisfy the requirements of any
successor provision to that U.S. tariff item.


Trade Between Canada and Mexico

4.   Canada and Mexico shall progressively eliminate their
respective customs duties on originating textile and apparel
goods of each other, starting from the base rates set forth in
the Party's Schedule in Annex 302.2, as follows:

     (a) duties on textile and apparel goods provided for in the
 items in staging category A in a Party's Schedule shall
 be eliminated entirely and such goods shall be duty-
 free effective January 1, 1994;

     (b) duties on textile and apparel goods provided for in the
 items in staging category B in a Party's Schedule shall
 be removed in six equal annual stages commencing on
 January 1, 1994, and such goods shall be duty-free
 effective January 1, 1999;

     (c) duties on textile and apparel goods provided for in the
 items in staging category B+ shall be reduced by the
 following percentages of the base rates, commencing on
 January 1, 1994, and such goods shall be duty-free
 effective January 1, 2001:

     January 1, 1994, 20 per cent;
     January 1, 1995,  0 per cent;
     January 1, 1996, 10 per cent;
     January 1, 1997, 10 per cent;
     January 1, 1998, 10 per cent;
     January 1, 1999, 10 per cent;
     January 1, 2000, 10 per cent;
     January 1, 2001, 30 per cent; and

     (d) duties on textile and apparel goods provided for in the
 items in staging category C in a Party's Schedule shall
 be removed in 10 equal annual stages commencing on
 January 1, 1994, and such goods shall be duty-free
 effective January 1, 2003.


Trade Between All Parties

5.   Originating textile and apparel goods provided for in the
items in staging category D in a Party's Schedule shall continue
to receive duty-free treatment.
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			       Schedule 2.1

		  Exceptions to Tariff Phase-out Formula
			 Specified in Appendix 2.1


1.   The United States shall apply the following rates of duty on
tariff items 5111.11.70, 5111.19.60, 5112.11.20, and 5112.19.90
during the transition period:

Year 1	  25.0%
Year 2	  24.1%
Year 3	  18.0%
Year 4	  12.0%
Year 5	   6.0%
Year 6 and thereafter	 0.0%

2.   Mexico shall apply the following rates of duty on tariff
items 5111.11.01, 5111.19.99, 5112.11.01, 5112.19.99, as modified
to correspond to the U.S. tariff items identified in paragraph 1,
during the transition period:

Year 1	  15.0%
Year 2	  14.5%
Year 3	  10.8%
Year 4	   7.2%
Year 5	   3.6%
Year 6 and thereafter	 0.0%

3.   The United States shall apply the following rates of duty on
tariff items 5111.20.90, 5111.30.90, 5112.20.30, 5112.30.30,
5407.91.05, 5407.92.05, 5407.93.05, 5407.94.05, 5408.31.05,
5408.32.05, 5408.33.05, 5408.34.05, 5515.13.05, 5515.22.05,
5515.92.05, 5516.31.05, 5516.32.05, 5516.33.05, and 5516.34.05
during the transition period:

Year 1	  25.0%
Year 2	  25.0%
Year 3	  20.0%
Year 4	  13.3%
Year 5	   6.7%
Year 6 and thereafter	0.0%


4.   Mexico shall apply the following rates of duty on tariff
items 5111.20.99, 5111.30.99, 5112.20.01, 5112.30.01, 5407.91.99,
5407.92.99, 5407.93.99, 5407.94.99, 5408.31.99, 5408.32.99,
5408.33.99, 5408.34.99, 5515.13.01, 5515.22.01, 5515.92.01,
5516.31.01, 5516.32.01, 5516.33.01, and 5516.34.01, as modified
to correspond to the U.S. tariff items identified in paragraph 3,
during the transition period:

Year 1	  15.0%
Year 2	  15.0%
Year 3	  12.0%
Year 4	   8.0%
Year 5	   4.0%
Year 6 and thereafter	0.0%


5.   Mexico shall apply the following rates of duty on goods in
subheadings 5703.20 and 5703.30 measuring not more than 5.25
square meters in area, other than hand-hooked, of nylon, during
the transition period:

Year 1	  20.0%
Year 2	  20.0%
Year 3	  10.0%
Year 4	   6.6%
Year 5	   3.3%
Year 6 and thereafter	0.0%
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			       APPENDIX 3.1

	     Administering Import and Export Restrictions and
			    Consultation Levels


General Provisions Applicable Only to Trade Between Mexico and
the United States and Between Mexico and Canada

1.   A Party applying a restriction or consultation level on non-
originating goods pursuant to Section 5 or paragraph 8 of this
Appendix shall apply it in accordance with this Appendix and its
Schedules.

2.   An exporting Party whose textile or apparel good is subject
to a restriction or consultation level shall limit its annual
exports to the specified limits or levels, and the importing
Party may assist the exporting Party in implementing such
restriction or consultation level by controlling its imports.

3.   Textile and apparel goods exported subject to restrictions
or consultation levels shall be counted against the limits or
levels applicable to the year in which exported.  Exports in
excess of authorized limits or levels in each calendar year
shall, if allowed entry into the importing Party, be charged to
the limit or level authorized for the succeeding year.

4.   Each exporting Party whose goods are subject to a
restriction or consultation level shall use its best efforts to
space exports of such goods to the territory of the importing
Party evenly throughout each calendar year, taking into
consideration normal seasonal factors.

5.   Upon written request by an exporting Party whose goods are
subject to a restriction or consultation level, that Party and
the importing Party shall enter into consultations, within 30
days of receipt of the written request therefor, on any question
arising from the implementation of this Appendix.  If the
exporting Party considers that, as a result of a restriction or
consultation level applied under this Appendix, it is being
placed in an inequitable position in relation to another Party or
a non-Party, the consulting Parties shall seek a mutually
beneficial solution within 60 days of the request for
consultations.

6.   The Parties concerned may by mutual agreement adjust annual
Designated Consultation Levels (DCLs) as follows:

     (a) if an exporting Party whose goods are subject to a DCL
 wishes to export goods in any category in excess of the
 applicable DCL in any calendar year, that Party may
 present to the importing Party a formal written request
 for an increase in the DCL; and

     (b) the importing Party shall respond, in writing, within
 30 days of the receipt of the request.  If the response
 to a request is negative, consultations shall take
 place not later than 15 days after the receipt of the
 negative response or as soon as mutually convenient.
 The Parties concerned shall endeavor to reach a
 mutually satisfactory solution.  An exchange of letters
 shall confirm any agreement reached on any new DCL.

7.  The Parties may adjust annual Specific Limits (SLs) as
follows:

     (a) an exporting Party wishing to adjust an SL in
 accordance with this paragraph shall provide notice to
 the importing Party of its intent to make such
 adjustment;

     (b) that exporting Party may increase any SL by not more
 than 6 percent (swing); and

     (c) in addition, exports from that Party may exceed by a
 maximum of 11 percent any SL by allocating to such
 limit for that calendar year an unused portion
 ("shortfall") of the corresponding limit for the
 previous calendar year ("carryover") or a portion of
 the corresponding limit for the succeeding calendar
 year ("carryforward") subject to the following
 conditions

     (i) carryover may be utilized as available up to 11
 percent of the receiving calendar year's
 applicable limits,

	  (ii) carryforward may be utilized up to 6 percent of
 the receiving calendar year's applicable limits
 and shall be charged against the  succeeding
 calendar year's corresponding limits,

	  (iii) the combination of carryover and carryforward
 shall not exceed 11 percent of the receiving
 calendar year's applicable limits in any
 calendar year, and

	  (iv) carryover of shortfall shall be applied to any
 specific limit following notice given by the
 exporting Party and confirmation by the importing
 Party that sufficient shortfall exists.  If the
 importing Party does not consider that sufficient
 shortfall exists, it will promptly provide data to
 support that view.  If substantial statistical
 differences exist between the import and export
 data upon which shortfall for a given period is
 computed, the Parties shall work to resolve these
 differences promptly.

Provisions Applicable Only to Trade between Mexico and the United
States

8.   During the transition period, non-originating textile and
apparel goods of Mexico exported to the United States shall be
subject to the restrictions and consultation levels specified in
Schedule 3.1.2, in accordance with this Appendix and its
Schedules.  Such restrictions and consultation levels shall be
progressively eliminated as follows:

     (a) restrictions or consultation levels on items contained
 in the categories of textile and apparel goods in
 staging category 1 in Schedule 3.1.1 shall be
 eliminated on January 1, 1994;

     (b) restrictions or consultation levels on items contained
 in the categories of textile and apparel goods in
 staging category 2 in Schedule 3.1.1 shall be
 eliminated on January 1, 2001; and

     (c) restrictions or consultation levels on items contained
 in the categories of textile and apparel goods in
 staging category 3 in Schedule 3.1.1 shall be
 eliminated on January 1, 2004.

9.   In addition, on January 1, 1994, the United States shall
eliminate restrictions or consultation levels on textile and
apparel goods that are:

     (a) assembled in Mexico from fabrics wholly formed and cut
 in the United States; and

     (b) exported from and reimported into the United States
 under U.S. tariff item 9802.00.80.10,

and, notwithstanding Section 5, shall not adopt or maintain
prohibitions, restrictions, or consultation levels on textile and
apparel goods of Mexico that satisfy the requirements of any
successor provision to that U.S. tariff item.

10.    Notwithstanding paragraph 8, no Party may apply the
restrictions and consultation levels specified in Schedule 3.1.2
to the following textile and apparel goods, provided such goods
have been certified by the competent authority of Mexico as one
of the following:

     (a) hand-loomed fabrics of a cottage industry;

     (b) hand-made cottage industry goods made of such hand-
 loomed fabrics; or

     (c) traditional folklore handicraft goods

that have been identified and agreed between the United States
and Mexico for exemption from quantitative restrictions.

11.  The Bilateral Textile Agreement Between the United States of
America and the United Mexican States, signed at Mazatlan
February 13, 1988, as amended and extended (the Bilateral
Agreement), shall terminate upon the date of entry into force of
this Agreement.

12.  Except as otherwise provided in this Annex, the Parties
shall eliminate the restrictions and consultation levels listed
in Schedule 3.1.2 in accordance with the schedule provided in
Schedule 3.1.1.  At the request of either Party, the Parties
shall consult to consider accelerating the elimination of
restrictions or consultation levels on specific textile and
apparel goods.	An agreement between the Parties to accelerate
the elimination of a restriction or consultation level shall be
considered part of this Agreement, superseding Schedule 3.1.1.

13.  During the first calendar year following the date of entry
into force of this Agreement, Mexico may carry over any unused
portion of the preceding year's limit specified in the Bilateral
Agreement, or apply against the first year's limit specified in
this Appendix any exports made during the preceding year in
excess of the applicable limit under the Bilateral Agreement, in
accordance with the flexibility provisions set forth in paragraph
7.

14.  All exports of textiles and apparel goods from the territory
of Mexico to the territory of the United States covered by
restrictions or consultation levels under this Appendix shall be
accompanied by an export visa issued by the competent authority
of Mexico, pursuant to a bilateral visa arrangement, as amended.

15.  At the written request of either Party, both Parties shall
consult, within 30 days of receipt of the request, on any
questions arising from the implementation of this Appendix.  In
addition, at the request of either Party, those Parties shall
conduct a major review of this Section no later than five years
from the date of entry into force of this Agreement.

16.  For the purpose of applying restrictions or consultation
levels, each Party shall classify a good as being:

     (a) of man-made fibers if the good is in chief weight of
 man-made fibers, unless

     (i) the good is knitted or crocheted apparel in which
 wool equals or exceeds 23 percent by weight of all
 fibers, in which case it shall be of wool,

     (ii) the good is apparel, not knitted or crocheted, in
 which wool equals or exceeds 36 percent by weight
 of all fibers, in which case it shall be of wool,
 or

     (iii) the good is a woven fabric in which wool
 equals or exceeds 36 percent by weight of all
 fibers, in which case it shall be of wool;

     (b) of cotton, if not covered by (a) and if the good is in
 chief weight of cotton, unless the good is a woven
 fabric in which wool equals or exceeds 36 percent by
 weight of all fibers, in which case it shall be of
 wool;

     (c) of wool, if not covered by (a) or (b), and the good is
 in chief weight of wool; and

     (d) of non-cotton vegetable fiber, if not covered by (a),
 (b), or (c), and the good is in chief weight of non-
 cotton vegetable fiber, unless

     (i) cotton with wool and/or man-made fibers in the
 aggregate equal or exceed 50 percent by weight of
 the component fibers thereof and the cotton
 component equals or exceeds the weight of each of
 the total wool and/or man-made fiber components,
 in which case it shall be of cotton,

     (ii) if not covered by (d)(i) and wool exceeds 17
 percent by weight of all component fibers, in
 which case it shall be of wool, or

     (iii) if not covered by (d)(i) or (d)(ii) and man-
 made fibers in combination with cotton and/or
 wool in the aggregate equal or exceed 50
 percent by weight of the component fibers
 thereof and the man-made fiber component
 exceeds the weight of the total wool and/or
 total cotton component, in which case it
 shall be of man-made fibers.

Schedules

     To determine which HS provisions are contained in a U.S.
category listed in the Schedules in this Appendix, the Parties
shall refer to the Correlation:  Textile and Apparel Categories
with the Harmonized Tariff Schedule of the United States, 1992
(or successor document), United States Department of Commerce,
International Trade Administration, Office of Textiles and
Apparel, Trade and Data Division, Washington, D.C.  The
descriptions listed in these Schedules are provided for ease of
reference only; for legal purposes, coverage of a category shall
be determined according to the Correlation.


			      Schedule 3.1.1

	       Schedule For the Elimination of Restrictions
       and Consultation Levels on Exports from Mexico to the United
States


			  a. Special Regime Goods

Category    Description    Staging
 Category

335 SR	  C W&G Coats, Special Regime  1
336/636 SR    C/MMF Dresses, Special Regime  1
338/339/638/639 SR   C/MMF Knit Shirts, Spec. Reg.  1
340/640 SR    C/MMF Woven Shirts, Spec. Reg.
     1
341/641 SR    MMF Blouses, Special Regime  1
342/642 SR    C/MMF Skirts, Special Regime  1
347/348/647/648 SR   C/MMF Trousers, Spec. Reg.  1
351/651 SR    C/MMF Pyjamas, etc. Spec. Reg.
     1
352/652 SR    C/MMF Underwear, Spec. Regime 1
359-C/659-C SR	 C/MMF Coveralls, Spec. Regime	1
633 SR	  MMF Suit Coats, Special Regime  1
635 SR	  MMF Coats, Special Regime  1
=============================================================================
			 b. Non-originating Goods

Category   Description	  Staging
 Category

Broadwoven Fabric
  Group   C/MMF     1
218  C/MMF Fabrics/Yarns Diff. Col.  1
219  C/MMF Duck Fabric	 2
220  C/MMF Fabric of Special Weave  1
225  C/MMF Denim Fabric   1
226  C/MMF Cheesecloth, Batistes  1
227  C/MMF Oxford Cloth   1
300/301/607-Y  C Combed/Carded Yarn; etc.  1
313  C Sheeting Fabric	  2
314  C Poplin and Broadcloth Fabric  2
315  C Printcloth Fabric    2
317  C Twill Fabric    2
326  C Sateen Fabric	1
334/634   C/MMF Men's and Boy's Coats  1
335 NR	 C Coats, Women's and Girl's  1
336/636 NR   C/MMF Dresses    1
338/339/638/639 NR  C/MMF Knit Shirts and Blouses  2
340/640 NR   C/MMFWoven Shirts	 2
341/641 NR   C/MMF Woven Blouses   1
342/642   C/MMF Skirts	  1
347/348/647/648 NR C/MMF Trousers and Pants   2
351/651   C/MMF Pyjamas and Nightwear  1
352/652 NR   C/MMF Underwear	1
359-C/659-C NR	C/MMF Coveralls    1
363  C Terry and pile towels   1
410  Woven Wool Fabric	  3
433  W Men's/Boy's Suit-type Coats  3
435  Women's and Girl's Coats, Wool  1
443  Men's and Boys Suits, Wool  3
604-AAcrylic Spun Yarn	  1
604-O/607-O   Staple Fiber Yarn    1
611  Artificial Staple Fiber Woven Fab.  3
613  MMF Sheeting Fabric   1
614  MMF Poplin & Broadcloth Fab.  1
615  MMF Printcloth Fabric   1
617  MMF Twill & Sateen Fab.   1
625  MMF Poplin/Broad. Stap/Fil  1
626  MMF Printcloth Stap/Fil   1
627  MMF Sheeting Stap/Fil   1
628  MMF Twill/Sateen Stap/Fil	 1
629  MMF Other Stap/Fil Fab.   1
633 NR	 MMF Suit-Type Coats, M&B  2
635  Women's and Girls MMF Coats  1
643  MMF Suits for Men and Boys  2
669-BPolypropylene Bags    1
670  MMF Luggage, Flat Goods Etc.  1


			      Schedule 3.1.2

		   Restrictions and Consultation Levels
		on Exports from Mexico to the United States

     Unit of
Category Form Measure Year 1 Year 2 Year 3

219  DCL SM   9,438,000  9,438,000  9,438,000
313  DCL SM  16,854,000 16,854,000 16,854,000
314  DCL SM   6,966,904  6,966,904  6,966,904
315  DCL SM   6,966,904  6,966,904  6,966,904
317  DCL SM   8,427,000  8,427,000  8,427,000
611  DCL SM   1,267,710  1,267,710  1,267,710
410  DCL SM	397,160    397,160    397,160
338/339/
  638/639 DCL DZ     650,000	  650,000    650,000
340/640  SL DZ	   120,439    128,822	 137,788
347/348/
  647/648 DCL DZ	650,000    650,000
 650,000
433  DCL DZ	  11,000     11,000
 11,000
443   SL NO	   150,000	156,000
 162,240
633  DCL DZ	     10,000	 10,000
 10,000
643  DCL NO	155,556     155,556
 155,556
Category  Year 4 Year 5       Year 6	     Year 7


219	   9,438,000  9,438,000    9,438,000
 9,438
 ,000
313						  16,854,000 16,854,000    16,854,000
										16,854,000
314										6,966,904  6,966,904   6,966,904
										6,966,904

315										  6,966,904  6,966,904	 6,966,904
										6,966,904

317										  8,427,000  8,427,000	 8,427,000
										8,427,000

611										  1,267,710  1,267,710	 1,267,710
										1,267,710

410										    397,160    397,160	   397,160
										397,160

338/339/
  638/639									    650,000    650,000	   650,000
										650,000

340/640 									    147,378    160,200	   174,137
										189,287

347/348/
  647/648									    650,000    650,000	   650,000

									       650,000
433										     11,000	11,000	   11,000

									       11,000
443										    168,730    175,479	  182,498

									       189,798
633										     10,000	10,000	   10,000

									       10,000
643										    155,556    155,556	  155,556

									       155,556


Category									Year 8	       Year 9	      Year10


611													      1,267,710  1,267,710  1,267,710
410														397,160    397,160    397,160
433														 11,000     11,000     11,000
443														197,390    205,286    213,496


			      Schedule 3.1.3

			    Conversion Factors


1.   This Schedule applies to restrictions and consultation
levels applied pursuant to Section 5 and paragraph 8 of Appendix
3.1, and to tariff preference levels (TPLs) applied pursuant to
Section 6 and Appendix 6.0.

2.   Unless otherwise provided in this Annex, or mutually agreed
as between two Parties with respect to trade between those
Parties, the rates of conversion into square meters equivalent
listed below shall apply in implementing this Annex.

3.   For goods covered by a textile category, the following
conversion factors shall apply:

								    Primary
U.S. Conversion Description					    Unit of
Category Factor 						    Measure

200   6.60  YARN FOR RETAIL SALE, SEWING THREAD 			 KG
201   6.50  SPECIALTY YARNS						 KG
218   1.00  FABRIC OF YARNS OF DIFFERENT COLORS 			 SM
219   1.00  DUCK FABRIC 						 SM
220   1.00  FABRIC OF SPECIAL WEAVE					 SM
222   6.00  KNIT FABRIC 						 KG
223  14.00  NON-WOVEN FABRIC						 KG
224   1.00  PILE & TUFTED FABRIC					 SM
225   1.00  BLUE DENIM FABRIC						 SM
226   1.00  CHEESECLOTH, BATISTE, LAWN & VOILE				 SM
227   1.00  OXFORD CLOTH						 SM
229  13.60  SPECIAL PURPOSE FABRIC					 KG
237  19.20  PLAYSUITS, SUNSUITS, ETC					 DZ
239   6.30  BABIES' GARMENTS & CLOTHING ACCESS. 			 KG
300   8.50  CARDED COTTON YARN						 KG
301   8.50  COMBED COTTON YARN						 KG
313   1.00  COTTON SHEETING FABRIC					 SM
314   1.00  COTTON POPLIN & BROADCLOTH FABRIC				 SM
315   1.00  COTTON PRINTCLOTH FABRIC					 SM
317   1.00  COTTON TWILL FABRIC 					 SM
326   1.00  COTTON SATEEN FABRIC					 SM
330   1.40  COTTON HANDKERCHIEFS					 DZ
331   2.90  COTTON GLOVES AND MITTENS					DPR
332   3.80  COTTON HOSIERY						DPR
333  30.30  M&B SUIT-TYPE COATS, COTTON 				 DZ
334  34.50  OTHER M&B COATS, COTTON					 DZ
335  34.50  W&G COTTON COATS						 DZ
336  37.90  COTTON DRESSES						 DZ
338   6.00  M&B COTTON KNIT SHIRTS					 DZ
339   6.00  W&G COTTON KNIT SHIRTS/BLOUSES				 DZ
340  20.10  M&B COTTON SHIRTS, NOT KNIT 				 DZ
341  12.10  W&G COTTON SHIRTS/BLOUSES,NOT KNIT				 DZ
342  14.90  COTTON SKIRTS						 DZ
=============================================================================
								    Primary
U.S. Conversion Description					    Unit of
Category Factor 						    Measure

345  30.80  COTTON SWEATERS						 DZ
347  14.90   M&B COT. TROUSERS/BREECHES/SHORTS				 DZ
348  14.90  W&G COT. TROUSERS/BREECHES/SHORTS				 DZ
349   4.00  BRASSIERES, OTHER BODY SUPPORT GAR				 DZ
350  42.60   COTTON DRESSING GOWNS, ROBES ETC.				 DZ
351  43.50  COTTON NIGHTWEAR/PAJAMAS					 DZ
352   9.20  COTTON UNDERWEAR						 DZ
353  34.50  M&B COTTON DOWN-FILLED COATS				 DZ
354  34.50  W&G COTTON DOWN-FILLED COATS				 DZ
359   8.50  OTHER COTTON APPAREL					 KG
360   0.90  COTTON PILLOWCASES						 NO
361   5.20  COTTON SHEETS						 NO
362   5.80  OTHER COTTON BEDDING					 NO
363   0.40  COTTON TERRY & OTHER PILE TOWELS				 NO
369   8.50  OTHER COTTON MANUFACTURES					 KG
400   3.70  WOOL YARN							 KG
410   1.00  WOOL WOVEN FABRIC						 SM
414   2.80  OTHER WOOL FABRIC						 KG
431   1.80  WOOL GLOVES/MITTENS 					DPR
432   2.30  WOOL HOSIERY						DPR
433  30.10  M&B WOOL SUIT-TYPE COATS					 DZ
434  45.10  OTHER M&B WOOL COATS					 DZ
435  45.10  W&G WOOL COATS						 DZ
436  41.10  WOOL DRESSES						 DZ
438  12.50  WOOL KNIT SHIRTS/BLOUSES					 DZ
439   6.30  BABIES' WOOL GARM/CLOTHING ACCESS.				 KG
440  20.10  WOOL SHIRTS/BLOUSES, NOT-KNIT				 DZ
442  15.00  WOOL SKIRTS 						 DZ
443   3.76  M&B WOOL SUITS						 NO
444   3.76  W&G WOOL SUITS						 NO
445  12.40  M&B WOOL SWEATERS						 DZ
446  12.40  W&G WOOL SWEATERS						 DZ
447  15.00  M&B WOOL TROUSERS/BREECHES/SHORTS				 DZ
448  15.00  W&G WOOL TROUSERS/BREECHES/SHORTS				 DZ
459   3.70  OTHER WOOL APPAREL						 KG
464   2.40  WOOL BLANKETS						 KG
465   1.00  WOOL FLOOR COVERINGS					 SM
469   3.70  OTHER WOOL MANUFACTURES					 KG
=============================================================================
								    Primary
U.S. Conversion Description					    Unit of
Category Factor 						    Measure

600   6.50  TEXTURED FILAMENT YARN					 KG
603   6.30  YARN ò85% ARTIFICIAL STAPLE FIBER				 KG
604   7.60  YARN ò85% SYNTHETIC STAPLE FIBER				 KG
606  20.10  NON-TEXTURED FILAMENT YARN					 KG
607   6.50  OTHER STAPLE FIBER YARN					 KG
611   1.00  WOVEN FABRIC ò85% ARTIF STAPLE				 SM
613   1.00  MMF SHEETING FABRIC 					 SM
614   1.00  MMF POPLIN & BROADCLOTH FABRIC				 SM
615   1.00  MMF PRINTCLOTH FABRIC					 SM
617   1.00  MMF TWILL AND SATEEN FABRIC 				 SM
618   1.00  WOVEN ARTIFICIAL FILAMENT FABRIC				 SM
619   1.00  POLYESTER FILAMENT FABRIC					 SM
620   1.00  OTHER SYNTHETIC FILAMENT FABRIC				 SM
621	  14.40  IMPRESSION FABRIC					 KG
622   1.00  GLASS FIBER FABRIC						 SM
624   1.00  WOVEN MMF FABRIC, 15 % TO 36 % WOOL 			 SM
625   1.00  MMF STAP/FIL POPLN & BROADCLTH FAB				 SM
626   1.00  MMF STAP/FIL PRINTCLOTH FABRIC				 SM
627   1.00  MMF STAP/FIL SHEETING FABRIC				 SM
628   1.00  MMF STAPLE/FIL TWILL/SATEEN FABRIC				 SM
629   1.00  OTHER MMF STAP/FIL FABRIC					 SM
630   1.40  MMF HANDKERCHIEFS						 DZ
631   2.90  MMF GLOVES AND MITTENS					DPR
632   3.80  MMF HOSIERY 						DPR
633  30.30  M&B MMF SUIT-TYPE COATS					 DZ
634  34.50  OTHER M&B MMF COATS 					 DZ
635  34.50  W&G MMF COATS						 DZ
636  37.90  MMF DRESSES 						 DZ
638  15.00  M&B MMF KNIT SHIRTS 					 DZ
639  12.50  W&G MMF KNIT SHIRTS & BLOUSES				 DZ
640  20.10  M&B NOT-KNIT MMF SHIRTS					 DZ
641  12.10  W&G NOT-KNIT MMF SHIRTS & BLOUSES				 DZ
642  14.90  MMF SKIRTS							 DZ
643   3.76  M&B MMF SUITS						 NO
644   3.76  W&G MMF SUITS						 NO
645  30.80  M&B MMF SWEATERS						 DZ
646  30.80  W&G MMF SWEATERS						 DZ
647  14.90  M&B MMF TROUSERS/BREECHES/SHORTS				 DZ
648  14.90  W&G MMF TROUSERS/BREECHES/SHORTS				 DZ
649   4.00  MMF BRAS & OTHER BODY SUPPORT GARM				 DZ
650  42.60  MMF ROBES, DRESSING GOWNS, ETC.				 DZ
651  43.50  MMF NIGHTWEAR & PAJAMAS					 DZ
652  13.40  MMF UNDERWEAR						 DZ
653  34.50  M&B MMF DOWN-FILLED COATS					 DZ
654  34.50  W&G MMF DOWN-FILLED COATS					 DZ
659  14.40  OTHER MMF APPAREL						 KG
=============================================================================
								    Primary
U.S. Conversion Description					    Unit of
Category Factor 						    Measure

665   1.00  MMF FLOOR COVERINGS 					 SM
666  14.40  OTHER MMF FURNISHINGS					 KG
669  14.40  OTHER MMF MANUFACTURES					 KG
670   3.70  MMF FLAT GOODS, HANDBAGS, LUGGAGE				 KG
800   8.50  YARN, SILK BLENDS/VEG FIBER 				 KG
810   1.00  WOVEN FAB, SLK BLENDS/VEG FIBER				 SM
831   2.90  GLOVES & MITTENS, SILK BLEND/ VEG				DPR
832   3.80  HOSIERY, SILK BLENDS/VEG FIBER				DPR
833  30.30  M&B SUIT-TYPE COATS, SILK BL/VEG				 DZ
834  34.50  OTHER M&B COATS, SILK BLEND/VEG				 DZ
835  34.50  W&G COATS, SILK BLEND/VEG FIBER				 DZ
836  37.90  DRESSES, SILK BLEND/VEG FIBER				 DZ
838  11.70  KNIT SHIRTS & BLOUSES, SLK BL/VEG				 DZ
839   6.30  BABIES' GARM & CLOTH ACC, SLK/VEG				 KG
840  16.70  NOT-KNIT SHIRTS & BLOUSES, SLK/VEG				 DZ
842  14.90  SKIRTS, SILK BLENDS/VEG FIBERS				 DZ
843   3.76  M&B SUITS, SILK BLENDS/VEG FIBER				 NO
844   3.76  W&G SUITS, SILK BLENDS/VEG FIBER				 NO
845  30.80  SWEATERS, NON-COTTON VEG FIBERS				 DZ
846  30.80  SWEATERS, SILK BLENDS					 DZ
847  14.90  TROUSERS/BREECHES/SHORTS, SILK/VEG				 DZ
850  42.60  ROBES, DRESSING GOWNS,ETC, SLK/VEG				 DZ
851  43.50  NIGHTWEAR & PJ'S, SILK BL/VEG FIB				 DZ
852  11.30  UNDERWEAR, SILK BLENDS/VEG FIBER				 DZ
858   6.60  NECKWEAR, SILK BLENDS/VEG FIBER				 KG
859  12.50  OTHER SILK/VEG FIBER APPAREL				 KG
863   0.40  TOWELS, SILK BLENDS/VEG FIBERS				 NO
870   3.70  LUGGAGE, SILK BLENDS/VEG FIBERS				 KG
871   3.70  HANDBAGS & FLATGOODS, SLK BL/VEG				 KG
899  11.10  OTHER SILK BLENDS/VEG MANUFACTURES				 KG
=============================================================================
4.  For goods not covered by a textile category, the following
conversion factors shall apply:


    US
Harmonized
System	   Primary
Statistical  Conversion   Unit of
Provision  Factor  Measure Description


5208.31.2000  1.00  SM WOVEN FABRIC, 85%> COTTON, <100G/M2
 CERTIFIED HAND-LOOM FABRIC, DYED
5208.32.1000  1.00  SM WOVEN FABRIC, 85%> COTTON,
 100-200G/M2 CERTIFIED HAND-LOOM
 FABRIC, DYED
5208.41.2000  1.00  SM WOVEN FABRIC, ò85% COTTON ó100G/M2
 CERT HAND-LOOM, YARNS OF DIF COLORS
5208.42.1000  1.00  SM WOVEN FABRIC, ò85% COTTON
 100-200G/M2 CERT HAND-LOOM, YARNS OF
 DIF COLORS
5208.51.2000  1.00  SM WOVEN FABRIC, 85%> COTTON ó100G/M2
 PLAIN WEAVE, CERTIFIED HAND-LOOM,
 PRINTED
5208.52.1000  1.00  SM WOVEN FABRIC, ò85% COTTON
 100-200G/M2 PLAIN WEAVE, CERT HAND-
 LOOM, PRINTED
5209.31.3000  1.00  SM WOVEN FABRIC, 85%> COTTON >200G/M2
 PLAIN WEAVE, CERTIFIED HAND-LOOM,
 DYED
5209.41.3000  1.00  SM WOVEN FABRIC, 85%> COTTON >200G/M2,
 PLAIN WEAVE, YARNS OF DIFFERENT
 COLOR
5209.51.3000  1.00  SM WOVEN FABRIC, >85% COTTON >200G/M2,
 PLAIN WEAVE, CERT HAND-LOOM, PRINTED
5307.10.0000  8.50  KG YARN, JUTE OR OTHER TEXTILE BAST
 FIBER (EXCLUDING FLAX/HEMP/RAMIE),
 SINGLE
5307.20.0000  8.50  KG YARN, JUTE OR OTHER TEXTILE BAST
 FIBER (EX. FLAX/HEMP/RAMIE),
 MULTIPLE/CABLE
5308.10.0000  8.50  KG YARN, COIR
5308.30.0000  8.50  KG YARN, PAPER
5310.10.0020  1.00  SM WOVEN FAB, JUTE OR OTHER TEX BAST
 FIBER (EX FLX/HEMP/RAM), ó130CM
 WIDE, UNBL
5310.10.0040  1.00  SM WOVEN FAB, JUTE OR OTH TEX BAST FIB
 (EX FLX/HMP/RM) >130 TO ó250 CM
 WIDE, UNBL
5310.10.0060  1.00  SM WOVEN FAB JUTE OR OTH TEX BAST FIB
 (EX FLAX/HEMP/RAM), >250 CM WIDE,
 UNBL
5310.90.0000  1.00  SM WOVEN FABRIC, JUTE OR OTH TEX BAST
 FIBER (EXCLUDING FLAX/HEMP/RAMIE),
 NES
5311.00.6000  1.00  SM WOVEN FABRIC OF PAPER YARN
5402.10.3020  20.10  KG NYLON HIGH TENACITY YARN, <5 TURNS
 PER METER, NOT FOR RETAIL SALE
5402.20.3020  20.10  KG POLYESTER HIGH TENACITY YARN, <5
 TURNS PER METER, NOT FOR RETAIL SALE
5402.41.0010  20.10  KG NYLON MULTIFIL YRN, PARTIALLY
 ORIENTED, UNTWST/TWST <5 TRNS/MET,
 NOT RTL SALE
5402.41.0020  20.10  KG NYLON MONO/MULTFIL YARN, UNTWST/TWST
 <5 TURNS/METER, NOT FOR RETAIL SALE,
 NES
5402.41.0030  20.10  KG NYLON MONO/MULTIFIL YARN,
 UNTWST/TWIST <5 TURNS/METER, NOT FOR
 RETAIL SALE
5402.42.0000  20.10  KG POLY YARN, PARTIALLY ORIENTED,
 UNTWST/ TWST ó 50 TRNS/METER, NOT
 RTL SALE
5402.43.0020  20.10  KG POLY YARN, MONOFIL, UNTWST/TWST ó5
 TURNS/METER, NOT FOR RETAIL SALE
5402.49.0010  20.10  KG POLYETHYLENE/POLYPROPYLENE FIL YARN,
 UNTWST/TWST <5 TRNS/MET, NOT RTL
 SALE
5402.49.0050  20.10  KG SYNTHETIC FIL YARN, UNTWST/TWST <5
 TURNS/METER, NOT FOR RETAIL SALE,
 NES
5403.10.3020  20.10  KG VISCOSE RAYON HIGH TENACITY FIL
 YARN, UNTW/TWST <5 TRNS/MET, NOT RTL
 SALE
5403.31.0020  20.10  KG VISCOSE RAYON FIL YARN, SINGLE,
 UNTWST/TWST <5 TURNS/METER, NOT
 RETAIL SALE
5403.33.0020  20.10  KG CELLULOSE ACETATE FIL YRN, SING,
 UNTWST/TWST <5 TURNS/MET, NOT RETAIL
 SALE
5403.39.0020  20.10  KG ARTIFICIAL FIL YARN, UNTWST/TWST <5
 TURNS/MET, NOT RETAIL SALE, NES
5404.10.1000	 20.10	KG SYNTHETIC MONOFIL RACKET STRINGS,
 ò67 DECITEX, CROSS-SECT. DIMEMSION
 >1MM
5404.10.2020  20.10  KG NYLON MONFILAMENT, ò67 DECITEX,
 CROSS-SECTIONAL DIMENSION >1MM,
5404.10.2040  20.10  KG POLYESTER MONFILAMENT, >67 DECITEX,
 CROSS-SECTIONAL DIMENSION >1MM
5404.10.2090  20.10  KG SYNTHETIC MONFILAMENT  ò67 DECITEX,
 CROSS-SECTIONAL DIMENSION >1MM, NES
5404.90.0000  20.10  KG SYNTHETIC STRIP WIDTH ó5MM
5405.00.3000  20.10  KG ARTIFICIAL MONOFIL, ò67 DECITEX,
 CROSS- SECTIONAL DIMENSION ó 1MM
5405.00.6000  20.10  KG ARTIFICIAL STRIP AND THE LIKE,
 WIDTHó 5MM
5407.30.1000  1.00  SM WOVEN SYN FIL FABRIC WITH YARN AT
 ACUTE/RIGHT ANGLES, >60% PLASTIC
5501.10.0000  7.60  KG NYLON/OTHER POLYAMIDE FILAMENT TOW
5501.20.0000  7.60  KG POLYESTER FILAMENT TOW
5501.30.0000  7.60  KG ACRYLIC OR MODACRYLIC FILAMENT TOW
5501.90.0000  7.60  KG SYNTHETIC FILAMENT TOW, NES
5502.00.0000  6.30  KG ARTIFICIAL FILAMENT TOW
5503.10.0000  7.60  KG NYLON/OTHER POLAMIDE STAPLE FIBERS
 NOT CARDED/COMBED OR OTHERWISE
 PROCESSED
5503.20.0000  7.60  KG POLYESTER STAPLE FIBERS NOT CARDED/
 COMBED, OR OTHERWISE PROCESSED
5503.30.0000  7.60  KG ACRYLIC/MODOACRYLIC STAPLE FIBERS,
 NOT CARDED/COMBED OR OTHERWISE
 PROCESSED
5503.40.0000  7.60  KG POLYPROPYLENE STAPLE FIBERS NOT
 CARDED/COMBED OR OTHERWISE PROCESSED
5503.90.0000  7.60  KG SYNTHETIC STAPLE FIBER NOT CARDED/
 COMBED, OR OTHERWIDE PROCESSED, NES
5504.10.0000  6.30  KG VISCOSE RAYON STAPLE FIBERS NOT
 CARDED/COMBED OR OTHERWISE PROCESSED
5504.90.0000  6.30  KG ARTIFICIAL STAPLE FIBERS NOT CARDED/
 COMBED OR OTHERWISE PROCESSED, NES
5505.10.0020  7.60  KG WASTE, NYLON AND OTHER POLYAMIDES
5505.10.0040  7.60  KG WASTE, POLYESTER
5505.10.0060  7.60  KG WASTE, MMF SYNTHETIC FIBERS, NES
5505.20.0000  6.30  KG WASTE, MMF ARTIFICIAL FIBERS
5506.10.0000  7.60  KG NYLON/OTHER POLYAMIDES FIBERS,
 CARDED/COMBED OR OTHERWISE PROCESSED

5506.20.0000  7.60  KG POLYESTER STAPLE FIBER,
 CARDED/COMBED, OR OTHERWISE
 PROCESSED
5506.30.0000  7.60  KG ACRYLIC/MODOACRYLIC STAPLE FIBER,
 CARDED/COMBED OR OTHERWISE PROCESSED
5506.90.0000  7.60  KG SYNTHTIC STAPEE FIBER CARDED/COMBED
 OR OTHERWISE PROCESSED, NES
5507.00.0000  6.30  KG ARTIFICIAL STAPLE FIBERS,
 CARDED/COMBED, OR OTHERWISE
 PROCESSED
5801.90.2010  1.00  SM WOVEN PILE FABRIC, >85% SILK OR SILK
 WASTE
5802.20.0010  1.00  SM TERRY TOWELING FABRIC, >85% SILK OR
 SILK WASTE
5802.30.0010  1.00  SM TUFTED TEXTILE FABRIC, >85% SILK OR
 SILK WASTE
5803.90.4010  1.00  SM GAUZE, >85%  SILK OR SILK WASTE
5804.10.0010  11.10  KG TULLES & OTHER NETTING FABRIC, KNIT
 OR CROCHETED, >85% SILK OR SILK
 WASTE
5804.29.0010  11.10  KG LACE IN THE PIECE/STRIP/MOTIF, >85%
 SILK OR SILK WASTE
5804.30.0010  11.10  KG HAND-MADE LACE IN PIECE/STRIP/MOTIF,
 >85% SILK OR SILK WASTE
5805.00.1000  1.00  SM HAND-WOVEN TAPESTRIES FOR
 WALLHANGINGS, VALUED AT >$215\SM
5805.00.2000  1.00  SM HAND-WOVEN TAPESTRIES, NES, WOOL,
 CERTIFIED HAND-LOOMED
5805.00.4090  1.00  SM HAND-WOVEN TAPESTRIES, NES
5806.10.3010  11.10  KG NARROW WOVEN PILE & CHENILLE FABRIC,
 >85% SILK OR SILK WASTE
5806.39.3010  11.10  KG NARROW WOVEN FABRIC, NOT PILE, >85%
 SILK OR SILK WASTE
5806.40.0000  13.60  KG NARROW FABRIC, WARP WITHOUT WEFT
 WITH AN ADHESIVE (BOLDUCS)
5807.10.1090  11.10  KG WOVEN LABELS, TEXTILE MATERIALS, NOT
 EMBROIDERED, NOT COTTON OR MMF
5807.10.2010  8.50  KG WOVEN BADGES AND SIMILAR ARTICLES,
 COTTON, NOT EMBROIDERED
5807.10.2020  14.40  KG WOVEN BADGES/SIMILAR ARTICLES, MMF,
 NOT EMBROIDERED
5807.10.2090  11.10  KG WOVEN BADGES/SIMILAR ARTCLES,
 TEXTILE MATS, NOT EMBROIDERED, NOT
 COTTON/MMF
5807.90.1090  11.10  KG NOT-WOVEN LABELS OF TEXTILE
 MATERIALS, NOT EMBROIDERED, NOT
 COTTON/MMF
5807.90.2010  8.50  KG NOT-WOVEN BADGES/SIMILAR ARTICLES,
 COTTON, NOT EMBROIDERED
5807.90.2020  14.40  KG NOT-WOVEN BADGES/SIMILAR ARTICLES,
 MMF, NOT EMBROIDERED
5807.90.2090  11.10  KG NOT-WOVEN BADGES/SIMILAR ARTICLES,
 TEX MATS, NOT EMBROIDERED, NOT
 COTTON/MMF
5808.10.2090  11.10  KG BRAIDS IN PIECE FOR HEADWEAR, OTH
 TEX MATERIALS, NES, NOT KNT OR
 EMBROIDERED
5808.10.3090  11.10  KG BRAID IN PIECE, NES, NES
5808.90.0090  11.10  KG ORNAMENTAL TRIMMING IN PIECE, TEX
 MATS, NOT KNT OR EMBROIDERED, NOT
 COTTON/MMF
5810.92.0040  14.40  KG EMBROIDERED BADGES/EMBLEMS/MOTIFS
 WITH VISIBLE GROUND, MMF
5810.99.0090  11.10  KG EMBROIDERY PIECES/STRIPS/MOTIFS WITH
 VISIBLE GROUND, TEXTILE MATERIALS,
 NES
5811.00.4000  1.00  SM QUILTED PIECES, 1ò LAYER TEXTILE
 MATERIALS, TEXTILE MATERIALS, NES
6001.99.0010  1.00  SM KNIT OR CROCHETED PILE FABRIC ò85%
 SILK OR SILK WASTE
6002.99.0010  11.10  KG KNIT OR CROCHETED FABRIC, NES ò85%
 SILK OR SILK WASTE
6301.90.0020  11.10  NO BLANKET/TRAVELING RUGS, >85% SILK OR
 SILK WASTE
6302.29.0010  11.10  NO BED LINEN, PRINTED >85% SILK OR SILK
 WASTE
6302.39.0020  11.10  NO BED LINEN, NES, >85% SILK OR SILK
 WASTE
6302.99.1000  11.10  NO LINEN, NES, >85% SILK OR SILK WASTE
6303.99.0030  11.10  NO CURTAINS, INTERIOR BLINDS, NOT KNIT
 OR CROCHETED, >85% SILK OR SILK
 WASTE
6304.19.3030  11.10  NO BEDSPREADS, NOT KNIT OR CROCHETED,
 >85% SILK OR SILK WASTE
6304.91.0060  11.10  NO FURNISHING ARTICLES, NES, KNIT OR
 CROCHETED >85% SILK OR SILK WASTE
6304.99.1000  1.00  SM WALL HANGINGS, WOOL OR FINE ANIMAL
 HAIR, CERT HAND-LOOMED/FOLKLORE, NOT
 KNIT
6304.99.2500  11.10  KG WALL HANGINGS, JUTE, NOT KNIT
6304.99.4000  3.70  KG PILLOW COVERS, WOOL OR FINE ANIMAL
 HAIR, CERTIFIED HAND-LOOMED/FOLKLORE
6304.99.6030  11.10  KG OTHER FURNISHING ARTICLES, NOT KNIT,
 NES >85% SILK OR SILK WASTE
6305.10.0000  11.10  KG SACKS & BAGS, JUTE/BAST FIBERS
6306.21.0000  8.50  KG TENTS OF COTTON
6306.22.1000  14.40  NO BACKPACK TENTS, SYNTHETIC FIBERS
6306.22.9010  14.40  KG SCREEN HOUSES, SYNTHETIC FIBERS
6306.29.0000  14.40  KG TENTS, TEXTILE MATERIALS NES
6306.31.0000  14.40  KG SAILS, SYNTHETIC FIBERS
6306.39.0000  8.50  KG SAILS, TEXTILE MATERIALS NES
6306.41.0000  8.50  KG PNEUMATIC MATTRESSES, COTTON
6306.49.0000  14.40  KG PNEUMATIC MATTRESSES, TEXTILE
 MATERIALS NES
6306.91.0000  8.50  KG CAMPING GOODS NES, COTTON
6306.99.0000  14.40  KG CAMPING GOODS, TEXTILE MATERIALS NES
6307.10.2030  8.50  KG CLEANING CLOTHS NES
6307.20.0000  11.40  KG LIFEJACKETS AND LIFEBELTS
6307.90.6010  8.50  KG PERINEAL TOWELS, FABRIC WITH PAPER
 BASE
6307.90.6090  8.50  KG OTHER SURGICAL DRAPES, FABRIC WITH
 PAPER BASE
6307.90.7010  14.40  KG SURGICAL DRAPES, DISPOSAL & NONWOVEN
 MMF

6307.90.7020  8.50  KG SURGICAL DRAPES NES
6307.90.7500  8.50  NO TOYS FOR PETS, TEXTILE MATERIALS
6307.90.8500  8.50  KG WALL BANNERS, MANMADE FIBERS
6307.90.9425  14.50  NO NATIONAL FLAGS OF THE UNITED STATES
6307.90.9435  14.50  NO NATIONAL FLAGS OF NATIONS OTHER THAN
 THE UNITED STATES
6307.90.9490  14.50  KG OTHER MADE-UP ARTICLES NES
6309.00.0010  8.50  KG WORN CLOTHING & OTHER WORN ARTICLES
6309.00.0020  8.50  KG WORN CLOTHING & OTHER WORN ARTICLES,
 NES
6310.10.1000  3.70  KG RAGS/SCRAP/TWINE/CORDAGE/ROPE/CABLES
 , SORTED, WOOL OR FINE ANIMAL HAIR
6310.10.2010  8.50  KG RAGS/SCRAP/TWINE/CORDAGE/ROPE/CABLES
 , SORTED, COTTON
6310.10.2020  14.40  KG RAGS/SCRAP/TWINE/CORDAGE/ROPE/CABLES
 , SORTED, MMF
6310.10.2030  11.10  KG RAGS/SCRAP/TWINE/CORDAGE/ROPE/CABLES
 , SORTED, NOT COTTON/MMF
6310.90.1000  3.70  KG RAGS/SCRAP/TWINE/CORDAGE/ROPE/CABLES
 , NOT SORTED, WOOL OR FINE ANIMAL HAIR
6310.90.2000  8.50  KG RAGS/SCRAP/TWINE/CORDAGE/ROPE/CABLES
 , NOT SORTED, NOT WOOL
6501.00.30  4.4  DZ HAT FORMS/BODIES, NOT BLOCKED, NO BRIMS,
 FUR, MENS' AND BOY'S
6501.00.60  4.4  DZ HAT FORMS/BODIES, NOT BLOCKED, NO BRIMS,
 FUR, WOMENS' AND GIRL'S
6502.00.20  18.7  DZ HAT SHAPES, ASSEMBLED FROM STRIPS,
 VEGETABLE FIBER, SEWED
6502.00.40  18.7  DZ HAT SHAPES, PLAITED OR ASSEMBLED FROM
 STRPS, VEG FIB, NOT-SEWED, NOT BL/COL
6502.00.60  18.7  DZ HAT SHAPES, PLAITED OR ASSEMBLED FROM
 STRIPS, VEG FIB, NOT-SEWED, BL/COLORED
6503.00.30  5.8  DZ FELT HATS AND OTHER HEADGEAR, MEN'S AND
 BOYS'
6503.00.60  5.8  DZ FELT HATS AND OTHER HEADGEAR, NES
6504.00.30  7.5  DZ HATS AND OTHER HEADGEAR, ASSEMBLED FROM
 STRIPS, VEGETABLE FIBER, SEWED
6504.00.60  7.5  DZ HATS AND OTHER HEADGEAR, ASSEMBLED FROM
 STRIPS
6601.10.00  17.9  DZ GARDEN OR SIMILAR UMBRELLAS
6601.91.00  17.8  DZ OTHER UMBRELLAS, TELESCOPIC SHAFT
6601.99.00  11.2  DZ OTHER UMBRELLAS, NES
8708.21.00  2.72  KG SAFETY SEAT BELTS

5.   (a) The primary unit of measure for the following tariff
 items in category 666 shall be No and shall be
 converted into square meters equivalent by the factor
 of 5.5.

6301.10.0000   ELECTRIC BLANKETS
6301.40.0010   BLANKET (NOT ELECTRIC) & TRAVEL RUGS OF SYNTH FIBER, WOVEN
6301.40.0020   BLANKETS (NOT ELECTRIC) & TRAVEL RUGS OF SYNTH FIBER, NES
6301.90.0010   BLANKETS AND TRAVELING RUGS OF ARTIFICIAL FIBER
6302.10.0020   BED LINEN, KNITTED OR CROCHETED FABRIC, EXCLUDING COTTON
6302.22.1030   SHEETS WITH TRIM, NAPPED, PRINTED, MANMADE FIBER
6302.22.1040   SHEETS WITH TRIM, NOT NAPPED, PRINTED, MANMADE FIBER
6302.22.1050   BOLSTER CASES WITH TRIM, PRINTED, MANMADE FIBER
6302.22.1060   BED LINEN WITH TRIM, PRINTED, MANMADE FIBER, NES
6302.22.2020   SHEETS, NOT TRIMMED, PRINTED, MANMADE FIBER
6302.22.2030   BED LINEN, NOT TRIMMED, PRINTED, MANMADE FIBER, NES
6302.32.1030   SHEETS WITH TRIM, NAPPED, MANMADE FIBER
6302.32.1040   SHEETS WITH TRIM, NOT NAPPED, MANMADE FIBER
6302.32.1050   BOLSTER CASES WITH TRIM, MANMADE FIBER
6302.32.1060   BED LINEN WITH TRIM, MANMADE FIBER, NES
6302.32.2030   SHEETS, NOT TRIMMED, NAPPED, MANMADE FIBER
6302.32.2040   SHEETS NOT TRIMMED, NOT NAPPED, MANMADE FIBER
6302.32.2050   BOLSTER CASES, NOT TRIMMED, MANMADE FIBER
6302.32.2060   BED LINEN NES, MANMADE FIBER
6304.11.2000   BEDSPREADS, KNIT/CROCHETED, MANMADE FIBER
6304.19.1500   BEDSPREAD WITH TRIM, MANMADE FIBER, NES
6304.19.2000   BEDSPREAD, MANMADE FIBER, NES

	       (b) The primary unit of measure for the following tariff
 items in category 666 shall be No and shall be
 converted into square meters equivalent by the factor
 of 0.9.

6302.22.1010   PILLOWCASES WITH TRIM, PRINTED, NAPPED, MANMADE FIBER
6302.22.1020   PILLOWCASES WITH TRIM, PRINTED, NOT NAPPED, MANMADE FIBER
6302.22.2010   PILLOWCASES, NOT TRIMMED, PRINTED, MANMADE FIBER
6302.32.1010   PILLOWCASES WITH TRIM, NAPPED, MANMADE FIBER
6302.32.1020   PILLOWCASES WITH TRIM, NOT NAPPED, MANMADE FIBER
6302.32.2010   PILLOWCASES, NOT TRIMMED, NAPPED, MANMADE FIBER
6302.32.2020   PILLOWCASES NOT TRIMMED, NOT NAPPED, MANMADE FIBER

6.   The primary unit of measure for garment parts of subheading
6117.90 and 6217.90 of the HS shall be Kg and shall be converted
into square meters equivalent by applying the following factors:

Cotton apparel: 		    8.50
Wool apparel:		       3.70
Man-made fiber apparel: 	   14.40
Other non-cotton vegetable fiber apparel:    12.50

7.   The following abbreviations are used herein for primary
units of measure:  Kg means kilogram; SM means square meter; Dz
means dozen; Dpr means dozen pair; and No means number.
=============================================================================
			       APPENDIX 5.2

			Bilateral Emergency Actions
			(Quantitative Restrictions)


1.   Section 5 shall not supersede Article 407 of the Canada-
United States Free Trade Agreement, which is hereby incorporated
into and made a part of this Agreement solely for such purpose.
=============================================================================
			       APPENDIX 6.0

A.   Rules Applicable to Certain Carpets and Sweaters

     For purposes of trade between the United States and Mexico,
a good of either Party of Chapter 57 or subheading 6110.30 shall
be treated as if it were an originating good only if any of the
following changes in tariff classification is satisfied within
the territory of one or more of the Parties:

     (a) a change to subheading 5703.20 or 5703.30 or heading
 57.04 from any heading outside Chapter 57 other than
 headings 51.06 through 51.13, 52.04 through 52.12,
 53.07 through 53.08, 53.11, or any headings of Chapter
 54 or 55; a change to any other heading or subheading
 of Chapter 57 from any heading outside that chapter
 other than headings 51.06 through 51.13, 52.04 through
 52.12, 53.07 through 53.08, 53.11, any heading of
 Chapter 54, or 55.08 through 55.16;

     (b) a change to tariff item 6110.30.10.10, 6110.30.10.20,
 6110.30.15.10, 6110.30.15.20, 6110.30.20.10,
 6110.30.20.20, 6110.30.30.10, 6110.30.30.15,
 6110.30.30.20 or 6110.30.30.25 or goods of those tariff
 items that are classified as parts of ensembles in
 tariff item 6103.23.00.30, 6103.23.00.70, 6104.23.00.22
 or 6104.23.00.40 from any heading outside Chapter 61
 other than headings 51.06 through 51.13, 52.04 through
 52.12, 53.07 through 53.08, 53.10 through 53.11, any
 heading of Chapter 54 or 55, 60.01 or 60.02; provided
 that goods are both cut (or knit to shape) and sewn or
 otherwise assembled in the territory of one or more of
 the Parties; a change to any other tariff item of
 subheading 6110.30 from any heading outside Chapter 61
 other than headings 51.06 through 51.13, 52.04 through
 52.12, 53.07 through 53.08, 53.10 through 53.11, any
 heading of Chapter 54, 55.08 through 55.16, 60.01 or
 60.02; provided, that goods are both cut (or knit to
 shape) and sewn or otherwise assembled in the territory
 of one or more of the Parties.
=============================================================================
B.   Preferential Tariff Treatment for Non-Originating Goods
     of Another Party

Apparel and Made-up Goods

1.   (a) Each Party shall apply the rate of duty applicable to
 originating goods as set out in Appendix 2.1, up to the
 annual quantities specified in Schedule 6.0.1, in
 square meters equivalent (SME), to apparel goods
 provided for in Chapters 61 and 62 of the HS that are
 both cut (or knit to shape) and sewn or otherwise
 assembled in the territory of a Party from fabric or
 yarn produced or obtained outside the free trade area,
 and that meet other applicable conditions for preferred
 tariff treatment under this Agreement.  The SME shall
 be determined in accordance with the conversion factors
 set out in Schedule 3.1.3 of Appendix 3.1.

     (b) The annual tariff preference levels of imports from
 Canada into the United States shall be adjusted
 annually for five consecutive years commencing on
 January 1, 1995, by the following growth factors:

     (i) for cotton or man-made fiber apparel, 2 percent;

     (ii) for cotton or man-made fiber apparel made from
 fabrics woven or knit in a non-Party, 1 percent,
 and

     (iii) for wool apparel, 1 percent.

2.   The United States shall apply the rate of duty applicable to
originating goods as set out in Appendix 2.1, up to the annual
quantity specified in Schedule 6.0.1, to textile or apparel goods
provided for in Chapters 61, 62 and 63 of the HS that are sewn or
otherwise assembled in Mexico as provided for in U.S. tariff item
9802.00.80.60 from fabric which is knit or woven outside the
territory of the United States or Mexico, when exported to the
United States.	This provision shall terminate on the day that
quantitative restrictions established pursuant to the Multifiber
Arrangement or successor arrangement are terminated.


Exceptions

3.   (a) Apparel goods provided for in Chapters 61 and 62 of the
 HS, in which the fabric that imparts to the good its
 essential character is classified in one of the
 following U.S. tariff provisions, shall be ineligible
 for preferential tariff treatment provided for under
 the levels established in Schedule 6.0.1. for trade
 between the United States and Mexico:

     (i) blue denim:  5209.42, 5211.42, 5212.24.60.20, and
 5514.32.00.10; and

     (ii) oxford cloth of average yarn number less than 135
 metric number:  5208.19, 5208.29, 5208.39,
 5208.49, 5208.59, 5210.19, 5210.29, 5210.39,
 5210.49, 5210.59, 5512.11, 5512.19, 5513.13,
 5513.23, 5513.33, and 5513.43.

     (b) Apparel goods provided for in subheadings 6107.11 and
 6109.10 shall be ineligible for preferential tariff
 treatment provided for under the levels established in
 Schedule 6.0.1 between the United States and Mexico if
 they are composed chiefly of circular knit fabric of
 yarn number equal to or less than 100 metric number.

     (c) Apparel goods provided for in U.S. tariff items
 6110.30.10.10, 6110.30.10.20, 6110.30.15.10,
 6110.30.15.20, 6110.30.20.10, 6110.30.20.20,
 6110.30.30.10, 6110.30.30.15, 6110.30.30.20,
 6110.30.30.25 and items of those tariff items that are
 classified as parts of ensembles in tariff items
 6103.23.00.30, 6103.23.00.70, 6104.23.00.22 and
 6104.23.00.40 shall be ineligible for preferential
 tariff treatment provided for under the levels
 established in Schedule 6.0.1 between the United States
 and Mexico.


Fabric and Made-up Goods

4.   (a) Each Party shall apply the rate of duty applicable to
 originating goods as set out in Appendix 2.1, up to the
 annual quantities specified in Schedule 6.0.2, in
 square meters equivalent (SME), to cotton or man-made
 fiber fabric and cotton or man-made fiber made-up
 textile goods provided for in Chapters 52 through 55,
 58, 60, and 63 of the HS that are woven or knit in a
 Party from yarn produced or obtained outside the free
 trade area, or knit in a Party from yarn spun in a
 Party from fiber produced or obtained outside the free
 trade area and that meet other applicable conditions
 for preferred tariff treatment under this Agreement.
 The SME shall be determined in accordance with the
 conversion factors setout in Schedule 3.1.3 of Appendix
 3.1.

     (b) The annual tariff preference level and sub-levels on
 imports from Canada into the United States shall be
 adjusted by an annual growth factor of two percent for
 five consecutive years commencing on January 1, 1995.

5.   For purposes of paragraph 4, the number of square meters
equivalent that will be counted against the tariff preference
levels applied to trade between Canada and the United States
shall be:

     (a) for textile goods that do not originate because certain
 non-originating textile materials do not undergo the
 applicable change in tariff classification described in
 Annex 401.1 for that good, but where such materials are
 50 percent or less by weight of the materials of that
 good, only 50 percent of the square meters equivalent
 for that good, determined in accordance with the
 conversion factors set out in Schedule 3.1.3 of
 Appendix 3.1; and

     (b) for textile goods that do not originate because certain
 non-originating textile materials do not undergo the
 applicable change in tariff classification described in
 Annex 401.1 for that good, but where such materials are
 more than 50 percent by weight of the materials of that
 good, 100 percent of the square meters equivalent for
 that good, determined in accordance with the conversion
 factors set out in Schedule 3.1.3 of Appendix 3.1.


Spun Yarn

6.   (a) Each Party shall apply the rate of duty applicable to
 originating goods as set out in Appendix 2.1, up to the
 annual quantities specified in Schedule 6.0.3, in
 kilograms (kg), to cotton or man-made fiber yarns
 provided for in headings 5205 through 5207 or 5509
 through 5511 that are spun in a Party from fiber of
 headings 5201 through 5203 or 5501 through 5507,
 produced or obtained outside the free trade area and
 that meet other applicable conditions for preferred
 tariff treatment under this Agreement.

     (b) The annual tariff preference level on imports from
 Canada into the United States shall be adjusted by an
 annual growth factor of two percent for five
 consecutive years commencing on January 1, 1995.

7.   Textile or apparel goods that enter a Party under paragraphs
1, 2, 4, and 6 shall not be considered to be originating goods.


Review and Consultations

8.   (a) Trade in the goods described in paragraphs 1, 2, 4, and
 6 shall be monitored by the Parties with a view to
 adjusting annual tariff preference levels for imports
 into Canada from Mexico and the United States, imports
 into Mexico from Canada and the United States, and
 imports into the United States from Mexico at the
 request of a Party based on the ability to obtain
 supplies of particular fibers, yarns and fabrics, as
 appropriate, that can be used to produce originating
 goods.  Any adjustment in the tariff preference level
 would require the mutual consent of the affected
 Parties.

     (b) The United States and Canada will decide, in
 consultations as provided for in paragraph 3 of Section
 7, whether to continue to apply annual growth factors
 to the specified tariff preference levels following the
 five consecutive years.  If a growth factor for a
 tariff preference level is not continued as a result of
 the consultations provided for in paragraph 3 of
 Section 7, the provisions of subparagraph (a) shall
 also apply to imports from Canada into the United
 States of goods covered by the tariff preference level.
=============================================================================
			      Schedule 6.0.1

	     Preferential Tariff Treatment for Non-Originating
			 Apparel and Made-Up Goods



Imports into Canada:

							  Cotton/Man-made
							    fiber apparel

							       Wool apparel
From Mexico


			       6,000,000 SME

				250,000 SME
      From United States


			       9,000,000 SME

				919,740 SME


Imports into Mexico:

							  Cotton/Man-made
							    fiber apparel

							     Wool apparel

			       From Canada


			       6,000,000 SME

				250,000 SME
      From United States


			      12,000,000 SME

			       1,000,000 SME


Imports into United
States:

							  Cotton/Man-made
							    fiber apparel

							     Wool apparel

						     Goods imported under
							 U.S. tariff item
							      9802.00.80.60
From Canada


			      80,000,000 SME

			       5,066,948 SME


				    n/a
	   From Mexico


			      45,000,000 SME

			       1,500,000 SME


			      25,000,000 SME

=============================================================================
			      Schedule 6.0.2

	     Preferential Tariff Treatment for Non-Originating
			 Fabric and Made-Up Goods



Imports into Canada
		  From Mexico

			       7,000,000 SME
     From United States

			       2,000,000 SME


Imports into Mexico
From Canada

			       7,000,000 SME
     From United States

			       2,000,000 SME


Imports into United
States
			    From Canada

			      65,000,000 SME
	 From Mexico

			      24,000,000 SME


=============================================================================
			      Schedule 6.0.3

	     Preferential Tariff Treatment for Non-Originating
				 Spun Yarn



Imports into Canada
		 From Mexico

			       1,000,000 kg
From United States

			       1,000,000 kg


Imports into Mexico
From Canada

			       1,000,000 kg
From United States

			       1,000,000 kg


Imports into United
States
			   From Canada

			       10,700,000 kg
 From Mexico

			       1,000,000 kg


=============================================================================
			       APPENDIX 10.1

		       Country-Specific Definitions


Definitions Specific to Canada

general import statistics means statistics issued by Statistics
Canada or, where available, import permit data provided by the
Export and Import Permits Bureau of the Department of External
Affairs and International Trade, or their successors.


Definitions Specific to Mexico

general import statistics means the statistics of the "Sistema de
Informacion Comercial" (Trade Information System) or its
successor.


Definitions Specific to the United States

category means a grouping of textile or apparel goods defined in
the Correlation:  Textile and Apparel Categories with the
Harmonized Tariff Schedule of the United States, 1992 (or
successor publication), published by the United States Department
of Commerce, International Trade Administration, Office of
Textiles and Apparel, Trade and Data Division, Washington, D.C.;
and

general import statistics means statistics of the U.S. Bureau of
the Census or its successor.
Annex 401.1 		 GENERAL INTERPRETATIVE NOTE


For purposes of interpreting the rules of origin set out in this
Annex:

      a)    the specific rule, or specific set of rules that apply to
	    a particular heading, subheading, or tariff item is set
	    out immediately adjacent to the heading, subheading, or
	    tariff item;

      b)    a rule applicable to a tariff item shall take precedence
	    over a rule applicable to the heading or subheading
	    which is parent to that tariff item;

      c)    a requirement of a change in tariff classification shall
	    apply only to non-originating materials;

      d)    the expression:

	    heading means the first four digits in the tariff
	    classification number under the Harmonized System;

	    subheading means the first six digits in the tariff
	    classification number under the Harmonized System;

	    tariff item means the first eight digits in the tariff
	    classification number under the Harmonized System as
	    implemented by each Party.

			   SPECIFIC RULES OF ORIGIN





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