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Omnibus Trade Act Of 2010

Rep. Sander M. Levin

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Madam Speaker, I move to suspend the rules and pass the bill (H.R. 6517) to extend trade adjustment assistance and certain trade preference programs, to amend the Harmonized Tariff Schedule of the United States to modify temporarily certain rates of duty, and for other purposes, as amended.

The Clerk read the title of the bill.

The text of the bill is as follows:

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled,

This Act may be cited as the ``Omnibus Trade Act of 2010''.

(a) Divisions.--This Act is organized into three divisions as follows: (1) Division A--Extension of Trade Adjustment Assistance and certain trade preference programs. (2) Division B--Tariff and related provisions. (3) Division C--Offsets. (b) Table of Contents.--The table of contents for this Act is as follows:Sec. 1. Short title.Sec. 2. Organization of Act into divisions; table of contents.

TITLE I--TRADE ADJUSTMENT ASSISTANCE AND HEALTH COVERAGE IMPROVEMENT

TITLE I--NEW AND EXISTING DUTY SUSPENSIONS AND REDUCTIONS

TITLE IV--LIQUIDATION OR RELIQUIDATION OF CERTAIN LINE ITEMSSec. 4001. Reliquidation of certain orange juice entries.Sec. 4002. Reliquidation of certain entries of industrial nitrocellulose from the United Kingdom.Sec. 4003. Prohibition on collection of certain payments made under the Continued Dumping and Subsidy Offset Act of 2000.

TITLE I--TRADE ADJUSTMENT ASSISTANCE AND HEALTH COVERAGE IMPROVEMENT

(a) In General.--Section 1893(a) of the Trade and Globalization Adjustment Assistance Act of 2009 (Public Law 111-5; 123 Stat. 422) is amended by striking ``January 1, 2011'' each place it appears and inserting ``July 1, 2012''. (b) Application of Prior Law.--Section 1893(b) of the Trade and Globalization Adjustment Assistance Act of 2009 (Public Law 111-5; 123 Stat. 422 (19 U.S.C. 2271 note prec.)) is amended to read as follows: ``(b) Application of Prior Law.--Chapters 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6 of title II of the Trade Act of 1974 (19 U.S.C. 2271 et seq.) shall be applied and administered beginning July 1, 2012, as if the amendments made by this subtitle (other than part VI) had never been enacted, except that in applying and administering such chapters-- ``(1) section 245 of that Act shall be applied and administered by substituting `June 30, 2013' for `December

(a) In General.--Notwithstanding section 618.890(b) of title 20, Code of Federal Regulations, or any other provision of law, the single transition deadline for implementing the merit-based State personnel staffing requirements contained in section 618.890(a) of title 20, Code of Federal Regulations, shall not be earlier than June 30, 2012. (b) Effective Date.--This section shall take effect on December 14, 2010.

(a) In General.--Section 35(a) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 is amended by striking ``January 1, 2011'' and inserting ``July 1, 2012''. (b) Conforming Amendment.--Section 7527(b) of such Code is amended by striking ``January 1, 2011'' and inserting ``July

(a) In General.--Section 7527(e) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 is amended by striking ``January 1, 2011'' and inserting ``July 1, 2012''. (b) Effective Date.--The amendment made by this section shall apply to coverage months beginning after December 31,

(a) In General.--Section 35(c)(2)(B) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 is amended by striking ``January 1, 2011'' and inserting ``July 1, 2012''. (b) Effective Date.--The amendment made by this section shall apply to coverage months beginning after December 31,

(a) IRC Amendment.--Section 9801(c)(2)(D) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 is amended by striking ``January 1, 2011'' and inserting ``July 1, 2012''. (b) ERISA Amendment.--Section 701(c)(2)(C) of the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 (29 U.S.C. 1181(c)(2)(C)) is amended by striking ``January 1, 2011'' and inserting ``July 1, 2012''. (c) PHSA Amendment.--Section 2701(c)(2)(C) of the Public Health Service Act (as in effect for plan years beginning before January 1, 2014) is amended by striking ``January 1, 2011'' and inserting ``July 1, 2012''. (d) Effective Date.--The amendments made by this section

(a) In General.--Section 35(g)(9) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as added by section 1899E(a) of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Tax Act of 2009 (relating to continued qualification of family members after certain events), is amended by striking ``January 1, 2011'' and inserting ``July 1, 2012''. (b) Conforming Amendment.--Section 173(f)(8) of the Workforce Investment Act of 1998 (29 U.S.C. 2918(f)(8)) is amended by striking ``January 1, 2011'' and inserting ``July

(a) ERISA Amendments.-- (1) PBGC recipients.--Section 602(2)(A)(v) of the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 (29 U.S.C. 1162(2)(A)(v)) is amended by striking ``December 31, 2010'' and inserting ``June 30, 2012''. (2) TAA-eligible individuals.--Section 602(2)(A)(vi) of such Act (29 U.S.C. 1162(2)(A)(vi)) is amended by striking ``December 31, 2010'' and inserting ``June 30, 2012''. (b) IRC Amendments.-- (1) PBGC recipients.--Section 4980B(f)(2)(B)(i)(V) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 is amended by striking ``December 31, 2010'' and inserting ``June 30, 2012''. (2) TAA-eligible individuals.--Section 4980B(f)(2)(B)(i)(VI) of such Code is amended by striking ``December 31, 2010'' and inserting ``June 30, 2012''. (c) PHSA Amendments.--Section 2202(2)(A)(iv) of the Public Health Service Act (42 U.S.C. 300bb-2(2)(A)(iv)) is amended by striking ``December 31, 2010'' and inserting ``June 30,

(a) In General.--Section 35(e)(1)(K) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 is amended by striking ``January 1, 2011'' and inserting ``July 1, 2012''. (b) Effective Date.--The amendment made by this section shall apply to coverage months beginning after December 31,

(a) In General.--Section 7527(d)(2) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 is amended by striking ``January 1, 2011'' and inserting ``July 1, 2012''. (b) Effective Date.--The amendment made by this section

(a) In General.--Section 278(a) of the Trade Act of 1974 (19 U.S.C. 2372(a)) is amended by adding at the end the following: ``(3) Rule of construction.--For purposes of this section, any reference to `workers', `workers eligible for training under section 236', or any other reference to workers under this section shall be deemed to include individuals who are, or are likely to become, eligible for unemployment compensation as defined in section 85(b) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, or who remain unemployed after exhausting all rights to such compensation.''. (b) Authorization of Appropriations.--Section 279 of the Trade Act of 1974 (19 U.S.C. 2372a) is amended-- (1) in subsection (a), by striking the last sentence; and (2) by adding at the end the following: ``(c) Administrative and Related Costs.--The Secretary may retain not more than 5 percent of the funds appropriated under subsection (b) for each fiscal year to administer, evaluate, and establish reporting systems for the Community College and Career Training Grant program under section 278. ``(d) Supplement Not Supplant.--Funds appropriated under subsection (b) shall be used to supplement and not supplant other Federal, State, and local public funds expended to support community college and career training programs. ``(e) Availability.--Funds appropriated under subsection (b) shall remain available for the fiscal year for which the funds are appropriated and the subsequent fiscal year.''.

Section 505 of the Trade Act of 1974 (19 U.S.C. 2465) is amended by striking ``December 31, 2010'' and inserting ``June 30, 2012''.

(a) Extension.--Section 208(a)(1) of the Andean Trade Preference Act (19 U.S.C. 3206(a)(1)) is amended to read as follows: ``(1) remain in effect-- ``(A) with respect to Colombia after June 30, 2012; and ``(B) with respect to Peru after December 31, 2010;''. (b) Ecuador.--Section 208(a)(2) of the Andean Trade Preference Act (19 U.S.C. 3206(a)(2)) is amended by striking ``December 31, 2010'' and inserting ``June 30, 2012''. (c) Treatment of Certain Apparel Articles.--Section 204(b)(3) of the Andean Trade Preference Act (19 U.S.C. 3203(b)(3)) is amended-- (1) in subparagraph (B)-- (A) in clause (iii)-- (i) in subclause (II), by striking ``8 succeeding 1-year periods'' and inserting ``9 succeeding 1-year periods''; and (ii) in subclause (III)(bb), by striking ``and for the succeeding 3-year period'' and inserting ``and for the succeeding 4-year period''; and (B) in clause (v)(II), by striking ``7 succeeding 1-year periods'' and inserting ``8 succeeding 1-year periods''; and (2) in subparagraph (E)(ii)(II), by striking ``December 31, 2010'' and inserting ``June 30, 2012''. (d) Annual Report.--Section 203(f)(1) of the Andean Trade Preference Act (19 U.S.C. 3202(f)(1)) is amended by striking ``every 2 years'' and inserting ``annually''.

Except as otherwise expressly provided, whenever in this division an amendment or repeal is expressed in terms of an amendment to, or repeal of, a chapter, subchapter, note, additional U.S. note, heading, subheading, or other provision, the reference shall be considered to be made to a chapter, subchapter, note, additional U.S. note, heading, subheading, or other provision of the Harmonized Tariff Schedule of the United States (19 U.S.C. 3007). TITLE I--NEW AND EXISTING DUTY SUSPENSIONS AND REDUCTIONS

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.41.01 Plasma flat panel 0.2% No change No change On or before 12/ ''. displays 31/2012....... (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.41.02 Golf club driver 4.6% No change No change On or before 12/ ''. heads (provided 31/2012....... for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.41.03 Electronic dimming Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. ballasts, each 31/2012....... having a three- wire control scheme (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.41.04 Nickel carbonate Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. (CAS No. 3333-67- 31/2012....... 3 or 12244-51-8) (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.41.05 Cobalt carbonate Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. (CAS No. 513-79-1 31/2012....... or 7542-09-8) (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.41.06 1-(5-tert-Butyl- Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. 1,3,4-thiadiazol- 31/2012....... 2-yl)-1,3- dimethylurea (Tebuthiuron) (CAS No. 34014-18- 1) (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.41.07 2,4-Diamino-3- [4- Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. (2-sulfoxyethyl 31/2012....... sulfonyl)- phenylazo]-5- [4- (2-sulfoxyethyl sulfonyl) -2- sulfophenylazo]- benzenesulfonic acid potassium sodium salt (CAS No. 187026-95-5) (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.41.08 Acrylic staple Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. fibers 31/2012....... (polyacrylonitril e staple) containing 85 percent or more by weight of acrylonitrile units and 2 percent or more but not over 3 percent of water, colored, crimped, with an average decitex of 3.0 (plus or minus 10 percent) and fiber length of 48 mm (plus or minus 10 percent) (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.41.09 Capacitor grade Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. homopolymer 31/2012....... polypropylene resin in primary form (CAS No.

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.41.10 (2R,3R)-3-(3- Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. Methoxyphenyl)- 31/2012.......

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.41.11 4- Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. Vinylbenzenesulfo 31/2012....... nic acid, sodium salt hydrate (CAS No. 2695-37-6) (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.41.12 4- Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. Vinylbenzenesulfo 31/2012....... nic acid, lithium salt (CAS No.

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.41.13 Cathode-ray data/ Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. graphic display 31/2012....... tubes, color, with a phosphor dot screen pitch of 0.305 mm or more but not exceeding 0.315 mm, a 90-degree deflection, a video display diagonal of 69.5 cm or more and an aspect ratio of 1 to 1 (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.41.14 5-Bromo-3-sec- Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. butyl-6- 31/2012....... methyluracil (Bromacil) (CAS No. 314-40-9) (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.41.15 Dimethyl 2,3,5,6- Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. tetrachloro-1,4- 31/2012....... benzenedicarboxyl ate (CAS No. 1861- 32-1) (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.41.16 1,1,2-2- Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. Tetrafluoroethyle 31/2012....... ne, oxidized, polymerized, reduced (CAS No.

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.41.17 Diphosphoric acid, Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. polymers with 31/2012....... ethoxylated reduced methyl esters of reduced polymerized oxidized tetrafluoroethyle ne (CAS No.

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.41.18 1,2-Propanediol, 3- Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. (diethylamino)-, 31/2012....... polymers with 5- isocyanato-1- (isocyanatomethyl

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.41.19 cis-4- Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. (Ethoxycarbonylox 31/2012....... y)-8-methoxy-3- (2,5-xylyl)-1- azaspiro[4.5]dec- 3-en-2-one (Spirotetramat) (CAS No. 203313- 25-1) (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.41.20 3-Iodo-N'-(2-mesyl- Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''.

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.41.21 1,3- Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. Cyclohexanedione 31/2012....... (CAS No. 504-02- 9) (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.41.22 Methyl 4-({[(3- Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. methoxy-4-methyl- 31/2012....... 5-oxo-4,5-dihydro- 1H-1,2,4-triazol-

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.41.23 Mixtures 2.4% No change No change On or before 12/ ''. containing 2-{2- 31/2012....... chloro-4-mesyl-3-

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.41.24 2-(Methylthio)-4- Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. (trifluoromethyl) 31/2012....... benzoic acid (CAS No. 142994-05-6) (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.41.25 Products 4.1% No change No change On or before 12/ ''. containing 3- 31/2012....... mesityl-2-oxo-1- oxaspiro[4.4]non- 3-en-4-yl 3,3- dimethylbutyrate (spiromesifen) (CAS No. 283594- 90-1) (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.41.26 Mixtures 3.9% No change No change On or before 12/ ''. containing (5- 31/2012....... hydroxy-1,3- dimethylpyrazol-4- yl)(a,a,a- trifluoro-2-mesyl- p-tolyl)methanone (Pyrasulfotole) (CAS No. 365400-

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.41.27 N-[4- Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. (cyclopropylcarba 31/2012....... moyl)phenylsulfon yl]-2- methoxybenzamide (Cyprosulfamide) (CAS No. 221667- 31-8) (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.41.28 Mixtures of N-[2- 3.4% No change No change On or before 12/ ''.

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.41.29 2-Methylquinoline Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. (CAS No. 91-63-4) 31/2012....... (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.41.30 4,4'- Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. Butylidenebis[2- 31/2012.......

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.41.31 2,2'- Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. Methylenebis[6- 31/2012.......

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.41.32 Basic Red 51 (CAS Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. No. 12270-25-6) 31/2012....... (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.41.33 2-Aminotoluene-5- Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. sulfonic acid 31/2012....... (CAS No. 98-33-9) (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.41.34 Solvent Violet 13 Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. (CAS No. 81-48-1) 31/2012....... (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.41.35 Solvent Violet 11 Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. (CAS No. 128-95- 31/2012....... 0) (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.41.36 Disperse blue 359 Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. (CAS No. 62570-50- 31/2012....... 7) (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.41.37 Disperse Yellow Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. 241 (CAS No. 31/2012.......

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.41.38 Dimyristyl Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. peroxydicarbonate 31/2012....... (CAS No. 53220-22- 7) (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.41.39 Dicetyl Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. peroxydicarbonate 31/2012....... (CAS No. 26332-14- 5) (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.41.40 Variable speed Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. hubs (except 2- 31/2012....... and 3-speed) (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.41.41 1,4- Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. Benzenedisulfonic 31/2012....... acid, 2,2'-[(1- methyl-1,2- ethanediyl)bis[im ino(6-fluoro- 1,3,5-triazine- 4,2-diyl)imino(1- hydroxy-3-sulfo-

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.41.42 2,7- Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. Naphthalenedisulf 31/2012....... onic acid, 5-[[4- chloro-6-[[2-[[4- chloro-6-[[7-[[4- (ethenylsulfonyl) phenyl]azo]-8- hydroxy-3,6- disulfo-1- naphthalenyl]amin o]-1,3,5-triazin-

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.41.43 Isopropyl Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''.

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.41.44 [S-(Z,E)]-5-(1- Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. Hydroxy-2,6,6- 31/2012....... trimethyl-4-oxo-2- cyclohexen-1-yl)- 3-methyl-2,4- pentanedienoic acid (S-abscisic acid) (CAS No.

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.41.45 1H-[1,2,4]- Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. Triazole (CAS No. 31/2012.......

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.41.46 2,6-Dichloro-N-[[3- Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. chloro-5- 31/2012....... (trifluoromethyl)-

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.41.47 2',3'-Dichloro-4'- Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. hydroxy-1- 31/2012....... methylcyclohexane carboxanilide (Fenhexamid) (CAS No. 126833-17-8) (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.41.48 Mixtures Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. containing 3-iodo- 31/2012....... N'-(2-mesyl-1,1- dimethylethyl)-N-

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.41.49 Acetoacetamide Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. (CAS No. 5977-14- 31/2012....... 0) (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.41.50 3,4-Dihydroxy-3- Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. cyclobutene-1,2- 31/2012....... dione (squaric acid) (CAS No.

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.41.51 Chlorodimethylacet Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. oacetamide (CAS 31/2012....... No. 5810-11-7) (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.41.52 Mixtures of N,N'- Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. dimethylacetoacet 31/2012....... amide (CAS No. 2044-64-6) with an additive that stabilizes color and diluted in water with a calculated assay of not less than 78 percent and not more than 84 percent (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.41.53 1 alpha(S*), 3 Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. alpha(Z)-(+)- 31/2012....... cyano(3- phenoxphenyl)meth yl 3-(2-chloro- 3,3,3-trifluoro-1- propenyl)-2,2- dimenthylcylcopro panecarboxylate (Lambda- cyhalothrin) (CAS No. 91465-08-6) (provided for in subheading

(a) In General.--Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.41.55 Acrylic fiber tow Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. containing a 31/2012....... minimum of 85 percent by weight of acrylonitrile units and a minimum of 35 percent water, imported in the form of raw white (undyed) filament, with an average filament measure of between 2 and 5 decitex, and length greater than 2 meters (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.41.56 Single light 5.9% No change No change On or before 12/ ''. optical sensor, 31/2012....... stainless steel casing, 0.5 meter- long, 2.2 millimeter diameter cable. MANSKE Part Number 45004 (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.41.57 Methyl 3- Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. (aminosulfonyl)-2- 31/2012....... thiophenecarboxyl ate (CAS No.

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.41.58 Hexanedioic acid, Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. polymer with 1,2- 31/2012....... ethanediol, 2- ethyl-2- (hydroxymethyl)- 1,3-propanediol and 1,3- isobenzofurandion e, 2-propenoate (CAS No. 77107-23- 4) (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.41.59 Hot feed extruding Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. machines 31/2012....... certified by the importer as being used in the production of truck and automobile tires, such machines capable of extruding rubber materials measuring 870 mm or more but not over 1200 mm in width, and parts thereof (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.41.60 2,3-Dihydro-2,2- Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. dimethyl-7- 31/2012....... hydroxybenzofuran (Carbofuran phenol) (CAS No.

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.41.61 4-[3-(4- Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. Chlorophenyl)-3- 31/2012.......

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.41.62 Spark-ignition 0.1% No change No change On or before 12/ ''. reciprocating or 31/2012....... rotary internal combustion piston engines more than 900 cc and less than 1100 cc to be installed in snowmobiles (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.41.63 Aqueous mixtures Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. of polyvinyl 31/2012....... alcohol (CAS No. 98002-48-3) and polyvinylpyrrolid one (CAS No. 9003- 39-8) (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.41.64 Zinc Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. diethylphosphinat 31/2012....... e (CAS No. 284685- 45-6) (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.41.65 Bisbenzimidazo Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. [2,1-b:2',1' i] 31/2012....... benzo[lmn][3,8] phenantoline-8,17- dione (VAT Orange 7) (CAS No. 4424- 06-0) (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.41.66 1-Nitro-9,10- Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. anthracenedione 31/2012....... (CAS No. 82-34-8) (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.41.67 1,4,9,10- Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. Tetrahydroxyanthr 31/2012....... acene (Leucoquinizarin) (CAS No. 476-60- 8) (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.41.68 2,2'- Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. Isobutylidenebis( 31/2012.......

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.41.69 2,5-Di-tert- Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. amylhydroquinone 31/2012....... (CAS No. 79-74-3) (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.41.70 4,4'-Thiobis(6- Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. tert-butyl-m- 31/2012....... cresol) (CAS No.

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.41.71 DL-2-(4- Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. Chlorophenyl)glyc 31/2012....... ine (CAS No. 6212- 33-5) (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.41.72 1-Amino-2,6- Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. dimethylbenzene 31/2012....... (2,6-xylidine) (CAS No. 87-62-7) (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.41.73 p-Aminobenzoic Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. acid (CAS No. 150- 31/2012....... 13-0) (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.41.74 2-Amino-3- Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. cyanothiophene 31/2012....... (CAS No. 4651-82- 5) (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.41.75 Bicycle hubs, not Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. elsewhere 31/2012....... specified or included (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.41.76 Polyethylene Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. glycol branched- 31/2012....... nonylphenyl ether phosphate (Nonylphenol ethoxylate) (CAS No. 68412-53-3) (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.41.77 Bismuth Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. subsalicylate (2- 31/2012....... hydroxy-4H-1,3,2- benzodioxabismin- 4-one) (CAS No.

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.41.78 2-Methyl-5- Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. ethylpyridine 31/2012....... (CAS No. 104-90- 5) (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.41.79 Phenol, polymer Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. with 3a,4,7,7a- 31/2012....... tetrahydro-4,7- methano-1H- indene, cyanate (CAS No. 119505- 06-5) (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.41.80 Acid Yellow 151 Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. (Bis[2-[[5- 31/2012....... (aminosulfonyl)-2- hydroxyphenyl]azo ]-3-oxo-N- phenylbutyramidat o(2-)] cobaltate(1-) sodium; 3-Hydroxy- 2-(2-hydroxy-5- sulfamoylphenylaz o)isocrotonanilid e cobalt(III) chelates sodium salt) (CAS No.

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.41.81 1,6-Dichlorohexane Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. (CAS No. 2163-00- 31/2012....... 0) (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.41.82 Diethyl malonate Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. (CAS No. 105-53- 31/2012....... 3) (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.41.83 n-Butyl chloride Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. (CAS No. 109-69- 31/2012....... 3) (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.41.84 Mixtures Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. containing methyl 31/2012.......

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended-- (1) by striking heading 9902.10.35; and (2) by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.41.85 Mixtures of (Z)-3- Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. (6-chloro-3- 31/2012....... pyridylmethyl)- 1,3-thiazolidin-2- ylidenecyanamide (Thiacloprid) (CAS No. 111988- 49-9) and application adjuvants (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.41.86 Mixtures Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. containing -1-[(6- 31/2012....... chloro-3- pyridinyl)methyl]- N-nitro-2- imidazolidinimine (Imidacloprid) (CAS No. 138261- 41-3) and (9Z)-9- tricosene (Muscalure) (CAS No. 27519-02-4) (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.41.87 Mixtures 2.3% No change No change On or before 12/ ''. containing methyl 31/2012....... 4-[(4,5-dihydro-3- methoxy-4-methyl- 5-oxo-1H-1,2,4- triazol-1- yl)carbonylsulfam oyl]-5- methylthiophene-3- carboxylate (Thiencarbazone- methyl) (CAS No.

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.41.88 2-Amino-5-chloro- Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''.

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.41.89 [3-(4,5-Dihydro- 2.4% No change No change On or before 12/ ''. isoxazol-3-yl)-4- 31/2012....... methylsulfonyl-2- methylphenyl](5- hydroxy-1-methyl- 1H-pyrazol-4- yl)methanone (Topramezone) (CAS No. 210631- 68-8) (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.41.90 Products 4.5% No change No change On or before 12/ ''. containing (E)-1- 31/2012....... (2-chloro-1,3- thiazol-5- ylmethyl)-3- methyl-2- nitroguanidine (Clothianidin) (CAS No. 210880- 92-5) (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.41.91 Tetrakis(hydroxyme 2.4% No change No change On or before 12/ ''. thyl) phosphonium 31/2012....... sulfate (THPS) (CAS No. 55566-30- 8) (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.41.92 1,1'-(1- Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. Methylethylidene) 31/2012....... bis(3,5-dibromo-4-

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.41.93 Bells designed for Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. use on bicycles 31/2012....... (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.41.94 Acid g1,t1,blue Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. 171 (Cobaltate(2- 31/2012....... ), [6-(amino-kN)- 5-[[2-(hydroxy- kO)-4- nitrophenyl]azo- kN1}-Nmethyl-2- naphthalenesulfon amidato(2-)][6- (amino-kN)-5-[[2- (hydroxy-kO)-4- nitrophenyl]azo- kN1]-2- naphthalenesulfon ato(3-)]-, disodium) (CAS No. 75314-27-1) (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.41.95 Tetrapotassium Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. hexa(cyano- 31/2012....... C)cobaltate(4-) (CAS No. 14564-70- 6) (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.41.96 Triallyl cyanurate Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. (CAS No. 101-37- 31/2012....... 1) (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.41.97 Christmas-tree Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. filament lamps of 31/2012....... a power not exceeding 200 W and for a voltage exceeding 100 V (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.41.98 Christmas-tree Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. filament lamps 31/2012....... designed for a voltage not exceeding 100 V (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.41.99 Mixtures Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. containing (5- 31/2012....... cyclopropyl-1,2- oxazol-4- yl)(a,a,a- trifluoro-2-mesyl- p-tolyl)methanone (Isoxaflutole) (CAS No. 141112- 29-0) and application adjuvants (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.42.01 N,N- Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. Dimethylacetoacet 31/2012....... amide (CAS No.

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.42.02 Mixtures of N,N- Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. dimethylacetoacet 31/2012....... amide (CAS No. 2044-64-6) with an additive that stabilizes color and diluted in water with a calculated assay of not less than 93 percent and not more than 99 percent (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.42.03 Reactive blue 268 Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. (6,13-Dichlor- 31/2012....... 3,10-bis {2-[4- fluoro-6-(2- sulfophenylamino) -1,3,5-triazin-2- ylamino] propylamino}benzo [5,6][1,4]oxazino [2,3-.b] phenoxazin-4,11- disulfonic acid, lithium, sodium salt) (CAS No.

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.42.04 Reactive blue 269 Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. (3,10-Bis[(2- 31/2012....... aminopropyl)amino ] -6,13-dichloro-

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.42.05 Reactive Red 228 Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''.

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.42.06 Mixtures of 1,1'- Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. dimethyl-4,4'- 31/2012....... bipyridinium dichloride (Paraquat Technical) (CAS No. 1910-42-5) and 2-amino-4, 5- dihydro-6-methyl- 4-propyl-s- triazole-[1,5-a] pyrimidin-5-one (Emetic PP796) (CAS No. 27277-00- 5) (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.42.07 2-{2-Chloro-4- 3% No change No change On or before 12/ ''. mesyl-3-[(2,2,2- 31/2012....... trifluoroethoxy)m ethyl] benzoyl}cyclohexa ne-1,3-dione (Tembotrione) (CAS No. 335104- 84-2) (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new headings:`` 9902.42.08 Trisubstituted Free No change No change On or before 12/ ... oxazolidinone 31/2012....... (CAS No. 860399- 11-7) (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.42.16 Ferroniobium 4.6% No change No change On or before 12/ ''. (provided for in 31/2012....... subheading

The amendments made by this subtitle apply to goods entered, or withdrawn from warehouse for consumption, on or after the 15th day after the date of the enactment of this Act.

Heading 9902.29.22 (relating to 2-(2'-Hydroxy-5'- methacrylyloxyethylphenyl)-2H-benzotriazole)) is amended by striking ``12/31/2006'' and inserting ``12/31/2012''.

(a) In General.--The amendment made by this subtitle applies to goods entered, or withdrawn from warehouse for consumption, on or after the 15th day after the date of the enactment of this Act. (b) Retroactive Applicability.-- (1) In general.--Notwithstanding section 514 of the Tariff Act of 1930 (19 U.S.C. 1514) or any other provision of law and subject to paragraph (2), the entry of a good described in heading 9902.29.22 of the Harmonized Tariff Schedule of the United States (as amended by this subtitle)-- (A) which was made on or after January 1, 2010, and before the 15th day after the date of the enactment of this Act, and (B) with respect to which there would have been no duty or a reduced duty (as the case may be) if the amendment or amendments made by this subtitle applied to such entry, shall be liquidated or reliquidated as though the entry had been made on the 15th day after the date of the enactment of this Act. (2) Requests.--A liquidation or reliquidation may be made under paragraph (1) with respect to an entry only if a request therefor is filed with U.S. Customs and Border Protection not later than 180 days after the date of the enactment of this Act that contains sufficient information to enable U.S. Customs and Border Protection-- (A) to locate the entry; or (B) to reconstruct the entry if it cannot be located. (3) Payment of amounts owed.--Any amounts owed by the United States pursuant to the liquidation or reliquidation of an entry of a good under paragraph (1) shall be paid, without interest, not later than 90 days after the date of the liquidation or reliquidation (as the case may be). (4) Definition.--As used in this subsection, the term ``entry'' includes a withdrawal from warehouse for consumption.

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.43.01 (RS)-2,4'-Dichloro- Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. a-(pyrimidin-5- 31/2012....... yl) benzhydryl alcohol (Fenarimol technical) (CAS No. 60168-88-9) (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.43.02 O,O-Dimethyl S- Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. phthalimidomethyl 31/2012....... phosphorodithioat e (Phosmet technical) (CAS No. 732-11-6) (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.43.03 Chime melody rod Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. assemblies 31/2012....... (provided for in subheading 9114.90.50) for the production of grandfather clocks, wall clocks, and mantel clocks....

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.43.04 Urea, polymer with Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. formaldehyde and 31/2012....... 2-methylpropanal (CAS No. 28931-47- 7) (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.43.05 Mechanical clock Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. movements 31/2012....... (provided for in subheading 9109.90.60) for the production of grandfather clocks, wall clocks, and mantel clocks....

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.43.06 Glass snow globes, Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. valued over $0.30 31/2012....... but not over $3 each, the foregoing not constituting festive articles (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.43.07 Acrylic snow Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. globes, the 31/2012....... foregoing not constituting festive articles (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.43.08 3-tert-Butyl-5- Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. chloro-6- 31/2012....... methyluracil (Terbacil) (CAS No. 5902-51-2) (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.43.09 Ski poles and Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. parts and 31/2012....... accessories thereof (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.43.10 1-(4-Methoxy-6- Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. methyl-1,3,5- 31/2012....... triazin-2-yl)-3-

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.43.11 Manganese flake 12.3% No change No change On or before 12/ ''. containing at 31/2012....... least 99.5 percent by weight of manganese (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.43.12 N-Benzyl-N- Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. ethylaniline (CAS 31/2012....... No. 92-59-1) (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.43.13 Dodecyl aniline Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. (CAS No. 68411-48- 31/2012....... 3) (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.43.14 Mixtures of 1-(2- Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. chlorophenylsulfo 31/2012....... nyl)-3-(4-methoxy- 6-methyl-1,3,5- triazin-2-yl)urea (Chlorsulfuron) (CAS No. 64902-72- 3) and methyl 2- (4-methoxy-6- methyl-1,3,5- triazin-2- ylcarbamoylsulfam oyl)benzoate (Metsulfuron- methyl) (CAS No. 74223-64-6) and inert ingredients (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.43.15 Mixtures of 1,1'- Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. dimethyl-4,4'- 31/2012....... bipyridinium dichloride (Paraquat dichloride) (CAS No. 1910-42-5) and inerts (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.43.16 p-Toluidine (CAS Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. No. 106-49-0) 31/2012....... (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.43.17 p-Nitrotoluene Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. (CAS No. 99-99-0) 31/2012....... (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.43.18 Acrylic resin Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. solution, b- 31/2012....... hydroxyethyl acrylate, acrylic acid, styrene, 2- ethylhexyl acrylate, butyl methacrylate polymer (CAS No.

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.43.19 Benzenamine, 4 Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. dodecyl (CAS No. 31/2012.......

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.43.20 Propylene glycol 0.1% No change No change On or before 12/ ''. alginates (CAS 31/2012....... No. 9005-37-2) (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.43.21 Alginic acid (CAS Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. No. 9005-32-7), 31/2012....... ammonium alignate (CAS No. 9005-34- 9), potassium alginate (CAS No.

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.43.22 Sodium alginate 2.2% No change No change On or before 12/ ''. (CAS No. 9005-38- 31/2012....... 3) (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.43.23 Nonwoven Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. fiberglass 31/2012....... sheets, approximately 0.4 mm to 0.8 mm in thickness and with smooth surfaces, containing a blend of 8 micron and 10 micron glass fibers bound in an acrylic latex binder that is cross-linked with a melamine- formaldehyde resin, the foregoing of a kind primarily used as acoustical facing for ceiling panels (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.43.24 Nonwoven Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. fiberglass 31/2012....... sheets, approximately 0.3 mm to 0.8 mm in thickness and with smooth surfaces, containing a blend of 8 micron to 10 micron glass fibers bound in a urea formaldehyde matrix modified with vinyl acetate and acrylic latex, the foregoing of a kind primarily used as vinyl flooring substrate (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.43.25 Vases of bamboo Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. strips bonded 31/2012....... together with glue, the foregoing which have been shaped or molded, sanded and varnished (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.43.26 Children's wallets Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. with outer 31/2012....... surface of sheeting of reinforced or laminated plastics, valued not over $1.00 each, the foregoing with dimensions not exceeding 26 cm by 11.5 cm and with artwork or graphics using cartoon characters or other children's motifs (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.43.27 Divided pouches of Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. plastic sheeting, 31/2012....... each with a flap closure secured by a snap, magnet or elastic band and hook, the foregoing not exceeding 203.2 mm in height, width or depth and of a type designed for organizing coupons or other printed matter (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.43.28 Inflatable Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. swimming pools of 31/2012....... polyvinyl chloride, not exceeding 1.651 m in diameter or width (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.43.29 3-Bromo-4'-chloro- Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. 1-(3-chloro-2- 31/2012....... pyridyl)-2'- methyl-6'- (methylcarbamoyl) pyrazole-5- carboxanilide (Chlorantranilipr ole) (CAS No.

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.43.30 2-Butyne-1,4-diol, Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. polymer with 31/2012....... (chloromethyl)oxi rane, brominated, dehydrochlorinate d, methoxylated (CAS No. 68441-62- 3) and triethyl phosphate (CAS No. 78-40-0) (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.43.31 N-(Dimethylamino) Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. succinamic acid 31/2012....... (Daminozide) (CAS No. 1596-84-5) (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.43.32 Dimethyl hydrogen Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. phosphite (CAS 31/2012....... No. 868-85-9) (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.43.33 Phosphonic acid, Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. maleic anhydride 31/2012....... sodium salt complex (CAS No.

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.43.34 Mixtures of Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. polyethylene 31/2012....... glycol (CAS No.

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.43.35 3-Amino-1,2- Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. propanediol (CAS 31/2012....... No. 616-30-8) (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.43.36 Ultraviolet lamps Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. filled with 31/2012....... deuterium gas (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.43.37 Ethyl 2-chloro-5- Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. (4-chloro-5- 31/2012....... difluoromethoxy-1- methyl-1H-pyrazol- 3-yl)-4- fluorophenoxyacet ate (Pyraflufen- ethyl) (CAS No.

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.43.38 Mixture of 2-[4- Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. [(2-hydroxy-3- 31/2012....... dodecyloxypropyl) oxy]-2- hydroxphenyl] - 4,6-bis(2,4- dimethylphenyl)- 1,3,5-triazine and 2-[4-[(2- hydroxy-3- tridecyloxypropyl )oxy]-2- hydroxyphenyl]- 4,6-bis(2,4- dimethylphenyl)- 1,3,5-triazine (CAS No. 153519- 44-9) in propylene glycol monomethyl ether (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.43.39 (Z)-2-tert- Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. Butylimino-3- 31/2012....... isopropyl-5- phenyl-1,3,5- thiadiazinan-4- one (Buprofezin) (CAS No. 69327-76- 0 or 953030-84-7) (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.43.40 tert-Butyl (E)-a- ........... ............... ............... (1,3-dimethyl-5- phenoxypyrazol-4- ylmethyleneamino oxy)- ............... r-toluate Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. (Fenpyroximate) 31/2012....... (CAS No. 134098- 61-6) (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.43.41 Mixtures of 3- Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. bromo-4'- chloro- 31/2012....... 1-(3-chloro-2- pyridyl)- 2'- methyl-6'- (methylcarbamoyl) pyrazole-5- carboxanilide (Chloroantranilip role) (CAS No. 500008-45-7) and inert ingredients (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.43.42 Acai (other than 3.3% No change No change On or before 12/ ''. mixtures), pulp, 31/2012....... otherwise prepared or preserved, whether or not containing added sugar or other sweetening matter or spirit (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.43.43 Radiobroadcast Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. band receivers 31/2012....... not capable of operating without an external source of power, combined in the same housing with detachable 2-way speakers, the foregoing receivers each having a total power output of 250 W (125 W per channel into 6 ohms at 1 kHz, 10 percent total harmonic distortion) and containing a 5- disc compact disc changer; a docking station for an MP3 player and dual audiocassette decks, with one deck capable of sound reproducing only and the other deck capable of sound recording and reproducing (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.43.44 Switchgear and 1.7% No change No change On or before 12/ ''. panel boards 31/2012....... specifically designed for wind turbine generators in excess of 2 MW; such panels designed to transfer electric power to and from a utility power grid at 2100 kW at 600 volts with a nominal full load of 2190 amps; with dimensions of 1950-2050 mm (length) x 550- 650 mm (width) x 1950-2050 mm (height); and with a display system that monitors at a minimum wind speed, yaw position, and blade pitch angle (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.43.45 Power factor Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. panels 31/2012....... specifically designed for wind turbine generators in excess of 2 MW; such panels are specifically designed to optimize the power factor of the asynchronous induction generator in a wind turbine. The capacitor panel is managed by the wind turbine generator controller and has dimensions of 1950-2050 mm (length) x 550- 650 mm (width) x 1950-2050 mm (height) (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.43.46 Isotopic 2.2% No change No change On or before 12/ ''. separation 31/2012....... cascades designed for the enrichment of uranium using gaseous centrifuge technology (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.43.47 Sensors without a Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. recording device 31/2012....... (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.43.48 Drive motor Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. battery 31/2012....... transducers (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.43.49 Electric motor 1.4% No change No change On or before 12/ ''. controllers 31/2012....... (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.43.50 Chargers (provided Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. for in subheading 31/2012.......

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.43.51 Lithium-ion 3.2% No change No change On or before 12/ ''. battery cells 31/2012....... (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.43.52 Mixtures of 1-[(6- 2.4% No change No change On or before 12/ ''. chloro-3- 31/2012....... pyridinyl)methyl]- N-nitro-2- imidazolidinimine (Imidacloprid) (CAS No. 138261- 41-3) with ((R)- cyano-(4-fluoro-3- phenoxy)phenyl)me thyl (1R,3R)-3-

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.43.53 N-{2-[3-Chloro-5- 2.2% No change No change On or before 12/ ''. (trifluoromethyl)- 31/2012.......

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.43.54 N-[(1R,2S)-2,3- Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. Dihydro-2,6- 31/2012....... dimethyl-1H-inden- 1-yl]-6-[(1RS)-(1- fluoroethyl)]- 1,3,5-triazine- 2,4-diamine (Indaziflam) (CAS No. 950782-86-2), whether or not mixed with application adjuvants (provided for in subheading 2933.69.60 or

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.43.55 Nitroguanidine Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. (CAS No. 556-88- 31/2012....... 7) (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.43.56 Guanidine nitrate Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. (CAS No. 506-93- 31/2012....... 4) (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.43.57 1,4:5,8- Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. Dimethanonaphthal 31/2012....... ene, 2-ethylidene- 1,2,3,4,4a,5,8,8a- octahydro-, polymer with 3a,4,7,7a- tetrahydro-4,7- methano-1H- indene, hydrogenated (CAS No. 881025-72-5); 1,4-methano-1H- fluorene, 4,4a,9,9a- tetrahydro-, polymer with 1,2,3,4,4a,5,8,8a- octahydro-1,4:5,8- dimethanonaphthal ene and 3a,4,7,7a- tetrahydro-4,7- methano-1H- indene, hydrogenated (CAS No. 503442-46-4); and 1,4-methano- 1H-fluorene, 4,4a,9,9a- tetrahydro-, polymer with 1,2,3,4,4a,5,8,8a- octahydro-1,4:5,8- dimethanonaphthal ene, hydrogenated (CAS No. 503298- 02-0) (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.43.58 Plug-in Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. electrothermic 31/2012....... appliances each with either a single integral fan or with two integral fans and designed to dispense the fragrance of scented oil, such appliances with exterior shell of plastics, having an overall height of 18 mm or more but not over 21 mm (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.43.59 Continuous action, Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. self-contained, 31/2012....... refillable, fan- motor driven, battery-operated, portable personal device for mosquito repellents (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.43.60 4-Chloro-1,8- Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. naphthalic 31/2012....... anhydride (CAS No. 4053-08-1) (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.43.61 Neopentyl glycol Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. (mono) 31/2012....... hydroxypivalate (CAS No. 1115-20- 4) (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.43.62 o-Toluidine (CAS 4.2% No change No change On or before 12/ ''. No. 95-53-4) 31/2012....... (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.43.63 blocked Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. polyisocyanate 31/2012....... hardener; 2- butanone, oxime, polymer with 1,6- diisocyanatohexan e and 2-ethyl-2- (hydroxymethyl)- 1,3-propanediol (CAS No. 72968-62- 8) (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.43.64 Mixtures of barium Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. sulfate (CAS No. 31/2012....... 7727-43-7) and magnesium metal (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.43.65 Poly(melamine-co- Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. formaldelhyde) 31/2012....... methylated butylated (CAS No. 68036-97-5) (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.43.66 Poly(melamine-co- Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. formaldelhyde) 31/2012....... methylated isobutylated (CAS No. 68955-24-8) (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.43.67 Ion exchange Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. resin, tertiary 31/2012....... amine crosslinked polystyrene (CAS No. 68441-29-2) (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.43.68 Ion exchange Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. resin, 31/2012....... polystyrene crosslinked with divinylbenzene, quaternary amonium chloride (CAS No. 69011-15- 0) (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.43.69 Ion exhange resin, Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. polystyrene 31/2012....... crosslinked with divinylbenzene, chloromethylated, trimethylammonium salt (CAS No.

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.43.70 Ion exchange resin Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. consisting of 31/2012....... styrene- divinylbenzene- vinylethylbenzene copolymer, sulfonated, sodium salts (CAS No. 69011-22-9) (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.43.71 Triethylenediamine Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. (CAS No. 280-57- 31/2012....... 9) (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.43.72 Poly(oxy-1,2- Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. ethanediyl), a-(2- 31/2012....... ethylhexyl-v- hydroxy-, phosphate (CAS No. 68439-39-4) (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.43.73 Macroporous Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. adsorpent polymer 31/2012....... composed of crosslinked phenol- formaldehyde polycondesate resin in granular form having a mean particle size of 0.56 to 0.76 mm (CAS No.

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.43.74 Poly(4-(1- Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. isobutoxyethoxy)s 31/2012....... tyrene-co-4- hydroxystyrene) (CAS No. 199432- 82-1) dissolved in 1-methoxy-2- propanol acetate (CAS No. 108-65- 6) (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.43.75 Poly[(4-(1- Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. ethoxyethoxy) 31/2012....... styrene)/(4-(t- butoxycarbonyloxy ) styrene)/(4- hydroxystyrene)] (CAS No. 177034- 75-2) (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.43.76 6-Diazo-5,6- Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. dihydro-5-oxo- 31/2012....... naphthalene-1- sulfonic acid, ester with 2- [bis(4-hydroxy-

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.43.77 Benzoyl chloride 2.7% No change No change On or before 12/ ''. (CAS No. 98-88-4) 31/2012....... (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.43.78 Chlorobenzene (CAS 2.9% No change No change On or before 12/ ''. No. 108-90-7) 31/2012....... (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.43.79 p-Dichlorobenzene 2.9% No change No change On or before 12/ ''. (CAS No. 106-46- 31/2012....... 7) (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.43.80 Electrothermic Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. steam hair 31/2012....... straighteners, each with removable water reservoir, the foregoing having mechanical controls with at least three but not more than six settings to control the volume of water released from the reservoir into the steam chamber (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.43.81 Ice cream makers, Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. each with a motor 31/2012....... rated at 50 W or more but not over 60 W, with a bowl capacity of 1.4 liters or more but not over 1.95 liters (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.43.82 Food choppers each Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. with a reversible 31/2012....... motor and a dual function blade, for grinding or chopping, with a bowl capacity of 0.6 liters or more, but not more than 1 liter (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.43.83 Electrothermic Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. coffee makers, 31/2012....... programmable, with blade capable of grinding coffee beans and dispensing ground coffee directly into a brew basket, each with a carafe capacity of 1.475 liters or more but not over 1.77 liters (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.43.84 Electrothermic Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. coffee makers, 31/2012....... programmable and with automatic shut-off feature, each with a built- in bean storage hopper of a capacity of 227 g, having a burr grinder capable of dispensing ground coffee directly into a brew basket, the foregoing with a carafe capacity of 1.77 liters or more but not over 2.065 liters, capable of producing coffee in quantities starting at 1 cup per brewing cycle (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.43.85 Sardines, Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. sardinella and 31/2012....... bristling or sprats, in oil, in airtight containers, neither skinned nor boned (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.43.86 Image projectors Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. capable of 31/2012....... projecting images onto a ceiling or wall, the foregoing each imported with audio player and designed to soothe or entertain infants (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.43.87 2-Oxepanone Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. polymer, 1-3- 31/2012....... isobenzofuranedio ne terminated (CAS No. 117985- 60-1) (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.43.88 2-Oxepanone, Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. polymer with 1,6- 31/2012....... hexanediol (CAS No. 36609-29-7) (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.43.89 e-Caprolactone Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. polymer with 31/2012....... poly(1,4-butylene glycol) (CAS No.

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.43.90 Poly(caprolactone) Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. diol (CAS No. 31/2012.......

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.43.91 Caprolactone Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. homopolymer (CAS 31/2012....... No. 24980-41-4) (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.43.92 2,4,6-Tris Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. [(dimethylamino)m 31/2012....... ethyl]phenol (CAS No. 90-72-2) (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.43.93 Propanoic acid, 3- Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. hydroxy-2- 31/2012....... (hydroxymethyl)-2- methyl- homopolymer, ester with a- hydro-v- hydroxypoly(oxy- 1,2-ethanediyl) ether with 2,2- bis(hydroxymethyl )-1,3-propanediol

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.43.94 2-Oxepanone, Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. polymer with 2,2- 31/2012....... bis(hydroxymethyl )-1,3-propanediol (CAS No. 35484-93- 6) (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.43.95 2-Oxepanone, Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. polymer with 1,4- 31/2012....... butanediol (CAS No. 31831-53-5) (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.43.96 2,5-Cyclohexadiene- Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. 1,4-dione-2,5- 31/2012....... dichloro-3,6- bis[(9-ethyl-9H- carbazol-3- yl)amino] (Dianil) (CAS No.

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.43.97 2-Chloro-N-(2- 6% No change No change On or before 12/ ''. ethyl-6- 31/2012....... methylphenyl)-N- [(1S)-2-methoxy-1- methylethyl]aceta mide (s- Metolachlor) (CAS No. 87392-12-9) (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.43.98 Frames and 2.3% No change No change On or before 12/ ''. mountings for 31/2012....... spectacles, goggles, or the like, the foregoing of plastics (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.43.99 1,3- Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. Propanediaminium, 31/2012.......

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.44.01 2-Cyclohexylidene- Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''.

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.44.02 Poly(dicyclopentad Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. iene-co-p-cresol) 31/2012....... (CAS No. 68610-51- 5) (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.44.03 2-Oxepanone, Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. polymer with 31/2012....... aziridine and tetrahydro-2H- pyran-2-one, dodecanoate ester dispersant in n- butyl acetate, such that the weight of the active ingredient is less than 50 percent of the weight of the solution (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.44.04 Amine neutralized Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. phosphated 31/2012....... polyester polymer dispersant in aromatic naphtha solvent, such that the weight of the active ingredient is less than 50 percent of the weight of the solution (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.44.05 Laminate sheets of Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. plastics, each 31/2012....... consisting of layers of polyethylene film (the foregoing comprising polyethylene coextrusion copolymer of low density polyethylene and ethylene acrylic acid) around an inner layer of aluminum foil (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.44.06 Parts of frames Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. and mountings for 31/2012....... spectacles, goggles, or the like (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.44.07 Material suitable Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. for use in window 31/2012....... shades, presented in rolls, measuring approximately 27 m\2\ or more but not over 47 m\2\ in area, the foregoing comprising plaiting material of paper strips placed side-by- side and woven together using polyester yarn into a repeating pattern, whether or not painted or coated and whether or not incorporating imitation leather in strips measuring approximately 2.5 mm or more but not over 4 mm in width (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.44.08 Material suitable Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. for use in window 31/2012....... shades, presented in rolls, measuring approximately 27 m\2\ or more but not over 47 m\2\, the foregoing of bamboo, whether or not painted or coated, comprising one or more of the following bound together in parallel strands with polyester yarn: bamboo stems measuring 2 mm or more but not over 5 mm in diameter, bamboo slats measuring approximately 1 mm or more but not over 13 mm wide and/or bamboo cane measuring 2 mm or more but not over 12 mm in diameter; the foregoing whether or not containing grass, paper or jute (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.44.09 Windsock-type Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. decoys with 31/2012....... silhouette heads, each having an internal frame to maintain body shape and presented with spring steel stake system (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.44.10 Windsocks with Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. silhouette heads 31/2012....... and fabric bodies of textile materials, each having an internal frame to maintain body shape and presented with spring steel stake system (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.44.11 Devices of Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. stainless steel 31/2012....... designed for use in separating the wings and breast of hunted fowl from the rest of the carcasses when mounted on a standard vehicle trailer hitch (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.44.12 Alkanes C10-C14 6.1% No change No change On or before 12/ ''. (CAS No. 93924-07- 31/2012.......

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.44.13 2-Hydroxyethyl-n- Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. octyl sulfide 31/2012....... (CAS No. 3547-33- 9) (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.44.14 Photomask blanks 1.1% No change No change On or before 12/ ''. with synthetic 31/2012....... quartz substrates, with zero defects greater than 0.5 microns in the photoresist and chromium or phase shift layer (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.44.15 Earphones, each Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. having either 31/2012....... multiple speakers in each earpiece (such speakers being balanced armature speakers) or with a single speaker in each earpiece (such speaker being either a balanced armature or a moving coil speaker), all the foregoing with a frequency response of 18 Hz or more but not over 19 kHz with a deviation of approximately plus or minus 3db and with detachable foam sleeves that enter the ear canal and a detachable cable (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.44.16 Hot feed extruding Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. machines 31/2012....... certified by the importer as for building truck and automobile tires, such machines capable of extruding rubber materials measuring 870 mm or more but not over 1200 mm in width, and parts thereof (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.44.17 Mixtures of Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. tetrakis 31/2012....... (hydroxymethyl)ph osphonium chloride - urea polymer (CAS No. 27104-30-9) and tetrakis (hydroxymethyl)ph osphonium chloride (1:1) (CAS No. 124-64- 1), and formaldehyde (CAS No. 50-00-0) (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.44.18 p- Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. Fluorobenzaldehyd 31/2012....... e (CAS No. 459-57- 4) (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.44.19 Bicyclo[2.2.1]- Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. hept-5-ene-2,3- 31/2012....... dicarboxylic anhydride (CAS No. 826-62-0) (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.44.20 o-Dichlorobenzene Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. (CAS No. 95-50-1) 31/2012....... (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.44.21 2,2'- 2.1% No change No change On or before 12/ ''. Dithioibisbenzoth 31/2012....... iazole (CAS No.

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.44.22 Audio interface Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. units for sound 31/2012....... mixing, recording and editing, the foregoing capable of full interface control using separate automatic data processing systems (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.44.23 Electric cooktops, Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. weighing 31/2012....... approximately 10.3 kg or more but not over 20.9 kg, having manual control knobs, each with coil- type electric cooking elements or with a flat cooking surface with incorporated heating elements, the foregoing which are (1) approximately 66.0 or 76.2 cm in width and with 4 coils or heating elements, or (2) approximately 91.4 cm in width and with 5 coils or heating elements (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.44.24 Chromate(4-), [7- Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. amino-3-[(3- 31/2012....... chloro-2-hydroxy-

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.44.25 Butanamide, N-(2,3- Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. dihydro-2-oxo-1H- 31/2012....... benzimidazol-5- yl)-2-[2-(4- nitrophenyl)diaze nyl]-3-oxo- (Pigment Orange 62) (CAS No.

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.44.26 Mixtures of 1- Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. [[bis(4- 31/2012....... fluorophenyl) methylsilyl]methy l]-1H-1,2,4- triazole (Flusilazole) (CAS No. 85509-19- 9) with xylene and inert application adjuvants (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.44.27 Methyl[[2-chloro-4- Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. fluoro- 31/2012....... 5[(tetrahydro-3- oxo-1H,3H- [1,3,4]thiadiazol o[3,4- a]pyridazin-1- ylidene)amino]phe nyl]- thio]acetate (Fluthiacet- methyl) (CAS No.

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.44.28 Formulations Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. containing 31/2012....... methyl[[2-chloro- 4-fluoro- 5[(tetrahydro-3- oxo-1H,3H- [1,3,4]thiadiazol o[3,4- a]pyridazin-1- ylidene)amino]phe nyl]- thio]acetate (Fluthiacet- methyl) (CAS No. 117337- 19-6) and application adjuvants (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.44.29 Soderberg Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. electrode pastes 31/2012....... in rectangular blocks, cylinders (greater than or equal to 500 mm in diameter), or briquettes consisting of calcined anthracite (CAS No. 68187-59-7) and coal tar pitch CAS No.

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.44.30 Ethyl [4-chloro-2- 5% No change No change On or before 12/ ''. fluoro-5- 31/2012....... [[[[methyl(1- methylethyl)amino ]sulfonyl] amino]carbonyl]ph enyl] carbamate (CAS No. 874909- 61-2) (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.44.31 Ethyl 3-amino- Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''.

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.44.32 Diethyl oxalate Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. (CAS No. 95-92-1) 31/2012....... (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.44.33 Potassium Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. decafluoro(pentaf 31/2012....... luorethyl) cyclohexanesulfon ate (CAS No.

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.44.34 Single-element Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. unidirectional 31/2012....... (cardioid) dynamic microphones, each with a frequency response of 60 Hz or more but not more than 15 kHz and less than 10 dB deviation across the frequency range, the foregoing each incorporating a copper coil and neodymium magnet and having a steel mesh grille and a die-cast handle of zinc alloy (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.44.35 2-Propenoic acid, Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. reaction products 31/2012....... with o-cresol- epichlorohydrin- formaldehyde polymer and 3a,4,7,7a- tetrahydro-1,3- isobenzofurandion e (CAS No. 186511- 06-8) (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.44.36 Formaldehyde, Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. polymer with 31/2012....... methylphenol, 2- hydroxy-3-[(1-oxo-

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.44.37 Variable-focal- Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. length (zoom) 31/2012....... lenses for digital cameras, either having a focal-length range measuring approximately 10 mm or more but not over 24 mm and weighing between 455 and 465 grams, or having a focal- length range measuring approximately 55 mm or more but not over 200 mm and weighing between 329 and 339 grams, or having a focal- length range measuring approximately 70 mm or more but not over 200 mm and weighing between 1,535 and 1,545 grams (all the foregoing provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.44.38 Umbrellas, each Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. having an arc 31/2012....... measuring 152 cm or more but not more than 165 cm (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.44.39 4- Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. Methylbenzenesulf 31/2012....... onamide (CAS No.

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.44.40 Mixture of calcium Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. hydroxide (CAS 31/2012....... No. 1305-62-0), magnesium hydroxide (CAS No. 1309-42-8), aluminum silicate (CAS No. 70131-50- 9), and stearic acid (CAS No. 57- 11-4) (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.44.41 Banana jack Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. connectors 31/2012....... (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.44.42 Ground fault Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. circuit 31/2012....... interrupter

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.44.43 Fuel pumps 1.4% No change No change On or before 12/ ''. designed for 31/2012....... gasoline/ethanol direct injection fuel systems in internal combustion piston engines, the foregoing pumps capable of delivering fuel at pressures of 3.5 MPa or more but not over 12 MPa (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.44.44 Inverters 1.1% No change No change On or before 12/ ''. (provided for in 31/2012....... subheading 8504.40.95) for converting DC battery output to three-phase AC output designed to power an electric drive motor, certified by the importer for use in hybrid electric vehicles

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.44.45 Direct injection 1.1% No change No change On or before 12/ ''. fuel injectors 31/2012....... (solenoid valves) (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.44.46 Power electronics Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. box and static 31/2012....... converter composite units (provided for in subheading 8504.40.95), each capable of performing the functions of an AC inverter and an auxiliary power module, capable of reducing DC voltage from 42 V (supplied by battery) to 12 V output and providing three- phase AC output to motor generator unit, the foregoing certified by the importer for use in hybrid electric motor vehicles.........

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.44.47 Compression- Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. ignition internal 31/2012....... combustion piston engines of a cylinder capacity not exceeding 1,000 cc to be installed in vehicles of heading 8709 (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.44.48 Material suitable Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. for use in window 31/2012....... shades, presented in rolls, measuring approximately 27 m\2\ or more but not over 47 m\2\, the foregoing of wood, whether or not painted or coated, comprising wood slats measuring approximately 6 mm or more but not over 8 mm in width or 22 mm or more but not over 25 mm in width and 1 mm or more but not over 2 mm in thickness, woven into a repeating pattern with polyester yarn; the foregoing whether or not containing one or more of the following materials: bamboo stems measuring approximately 1 mm or more but not over 2.5 mm in width, marupa (Simarouba spp.) wood rods measuring approximately 1.5 mm or more but not over 3 mm in diameter, rope of twisted paper, jute yarn or paper strips (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.44.49 4,4'- Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. Methylenebis(2- 31/2012....... chloroaniline) (CAS No. 101-14- 4) (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.44.50 Methyl Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. chloroacetate 31/2012....... (CAS No. 96-34-4) (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.44.51 Laminated film Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. with outer layers 31/2012....... of polyethylene sandwiched around a printed nylon inner layer, with or without an additional saran inner layer; or laminated film of polyethylene with printed nylon inner layer for use in aseptic bag manufacture (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.44.52 Methyl acrylate 2% No change No change On or before 12/ ''. (CAS No. 96-33-3) 31/2012....... (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.44.53 Hexanedioic acid, Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. polymer with N-(2- 31/2012....... aminoethyl)-1,3- propanediamine, aziridine, (chloromethyl)oxi rane, 1,2- ethanediamine,

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.44.54 N-Vinylformamide 0.3% No change No change On or before 12/ ''. (CAS No. 13162-05- 31/2012....... 5) (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.44.55 Low molecular Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. weight 31/2012....... ethylenimine copolymers, 1,2- ethanediamine, polymer with aziridine (CAS No. 25987-06-8), whether in aqueous solution or water free grades (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.44.56 Antarctic krill Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''. oil, in bulk, not 31/2012....... chemically modified, not containing lipids from any other sources (provided for in subheading

Subchapter II of chapter 99 is amended by inserting in numerical sequence the following new heading:`` 9902.44.57 Mixture of 1- Free No change No change On or before 12/ ''.

The amendments made by this subtitle apply to goods entered, or withdrawn from warehouse for consumption, on or after the 15th day after the date of the enactment of this Act.

(a) Extensions.--Each of the following headings is amended by striking the date in the effective period column and inserting ``12/31/2012'': (1) Heading 9902.05.35 (relating to certain footwear). (2) Heading 9902.22.70 (relating to calcium chloride phosphate phosphor activated by manganese and antimony used as a luminophore). (3) Heading 9902.22.72 (relating to calcium chloride phosphate phosphor used as a luminophore). (4) Heading 9902.22.74 (relating to small particle calcium chloride phosphate phosphor). (5) Heading 9902.24.12 (relating to sacks and bags of undyed woven fabric of nylon multifilament yarns used for packing wool for transport, storage, or sale). (6) Heading 9902.13.28 (relating to Triasulfuron). (7) Heading 9902.11.36 (relating to 2-Methylhydroquinone). (8) Heading 9902.85.21 (relating to certain liquid crystal display panel assemblies). (9) Heading 9902.84.85 (relating to certain extruders used in the production of radial tires). (10) Heading 9902.29.02 (relating to 2-Acetylnicotinic acid). (11) Heading 9902.03.23 (relating to 12-Hydroxyoctadecanoic acid, reaction product with N,N-dimethyl-1,3-propanediamine, dimethyl sulfate, quaternized, 60 percent solution in toluene). (12) Heading 9902.25.59 (relating to staple fibers of viscose rayon, not carded, combed, or otherwise processed for spinning). (13) Heading 9902.10.21 (relating to acrylic or modacrylic filament tow). (14) Heading 9902.25.62 (relating to acrylic or modoacrylic staple fibers, not carded, combed, or otherwise processed for spinning). (15) Heading 9902.02.67 (relating to acetyl chloride). (16) Heading 9902.10.47 (relating to butanedioic acid, dimethyl ester, polymer with 4-hydroxy-2,2,6,6,-tetramethyl- 1-piperidineethanol). (b) Other Modifications.-- (1) Triticonazole.--Heading 9902.03.99 is amended-- (A) by striking the article description and inserting the following: ``(RS)-(E)-5-(4-chlorobenzylidene)-2,2-dimethyl-1- (1H-1,2,4-triazol-1-ylmethyl)cyclopentanol (Triticonazole) (CAS No. 131983-72-7) (provided for in subheading 2933.99.22)''; and (B) by striking the date in the effective period column and inserting ``12/31/2012''. (2) Boscalid.--Heading 9902.01.18 is amended-- (A) by striking the article description and inserting the following: ``2-Chloro-N-(4'-chloro-biphenyl-2-yl)- nicotinamide (Boscalid) (CAS No. 188425-85-6) (provided for in subheading 2933.39.21)''; (B) by striking ``4.4%'' in the column 1 general rate of duty column and inserting ``5.8%''; and (C) by striking the date in the effective period column and inserting ``12/31/2012''. (3) Artificial flowers of man-made fibers.--The second heading 9902.25.65 (relating to artificial flowers of man- made fibers)-- (A) is redesignated as heading 9902.25.80; and (B) is amended-- (i) by striking ``Free'' in the column 1 general rate of duty column and inserting ``8.7%''; and (ii) by striking the date in the effective period column and inserting ``12/31/2012''. (4) Certain ac electric motors of an output exceeding 74.6 w but not exceeding 105 w.--Heading 9902.85.07 is amended-- (A) by striking the article description and inserting the following: ``AC electric motors of an output exceeding 74.6 W but not exceeding 105 W, single phase; each equipped with a capacitor, a rotary speed control mechanism, and a peripherally located mounting, cooling, and electrical isolation ring made of plastics with an internal opening exceeding 80 mm and an external dimension exceeding 127 mm but not exceeding 180 mm (provided for in subheading

(a) In General.--The amendments made by this subtitle apply to goods entered, or withdrawn from warehouse for consumption, on or after the 15th day after the date of the enactment of this Act. (b) Retroactive Applicability.-- (1) In general.--Notwithstanding section 514 of the Tariff Act of 1930 (19 U.S.C. 1514) or any other provision of law and subject to paragraph (2), the entry of a good described in any heading of subchapter II of chapter 99 of the Harmonized Tariff Schedule of the United States (as amended by this subtitle)-- (A) which was made on or after January 1, 2010, and before the 15th day after the date of the enactment of this Act, and (B) with respect to which there would have been no duty or a reduced duty (as the case may be) if the amendment or amendments made by this subtitle applied to such entry, shall be liquidated or reliquidated as though the entry had been made on the 15th day after the date of the enactment of this Act. (2) Requests.--A liquidation or reliquidation may be made under paragraph (1) with respect to an entry only if a request therefor is filed with U.S. Customs and Border Protection not later than 180 days after the date of the enactment of this Act that contains sufficient information to enable U.S. Customs and Border Protection-- (A) to locate the entry; or (B) to reconstruct the entry if it cannot be located. (3) Payment of amounts owed.--Any amounts owed by the United States pursuant to the liquidation or reliquidation of an entry of a good under paragraph (1) shall be paid, without interest, not later than 90 days after the date of the liquidation or reliquidation (as the case may be). (4) Definition.--As used in this subsection, the term ``entry'' includes a withdrawal from warehouse for consumption.

(a) In General.--Section 4002(c)(2) of the Miscellaneous Trade and Technical Corrections Act of 2004 (Public Law 108- 429; 118 Stat. 2600) is amended-- (1) in subparagraph (A), by striking ``subject to the limitation in subparagraph (B)'' and inserting ``subject to subparagraphs (B) and (C)''; and (2) by adding at the end the following new subparagraph: ``(C) Alternative funding source.--Subparagraph (A) shall be applied and administered by substituting `chapter 62' for `chapter 51' for any period of time with respect to which the Secretary notifies Congress that amounts determined by the Secretary to be equivalent to amounts received in the general fund of the Treasury of the United States that are attributable to the duty received on articles classified under chapter 51 of the Harmonized Tariff Schedule of the United States are not sufficient to make payments under paragraph (3) or grants under paragraph (6).''. (b) Full Restoration of Payment Levels in Calendar Year

TITLE IV--LIQUIDATION OR RELIQUIDATION OF CERTAIN LINE ITEMS

(a) In General.--Notwithstanding sections 514 and 520 of the Tariff Act of 1930 (19 U.S.C. 1514 and 1520), or any other provisions of law, U.S. Customs and Border Protection shall, not later than 90 days after the date of the enactment of this Act, liquidate or reliquidate the entries listed in subsection (c) in accordance with the final results of the administrative reviews undertaken by the International Trade Administration of the Department of Commerce with respect to the antidumping duty order on certain orange juice from Brazil (Case Number A-351-840) and covering the periods from August 24, 2005, through February 28, 2007, and from March 1, 2007, through February 29, 2008, respectively. (b) Payment of Amounts Owed.--Any amounts owed by the United States pursuant to the liquidation or reliquidation of an entry under subsection (a) shall be paid by U.S. Customs and Border Protection not later than 90 days after such liquidation or reliquidation with interest. (c) Affected Entries.--The entries referred to in subsection (a) are the following:

(a) Reactive Yellow 7459.--Heading 9902.02.46 is amended in the article description column to read as follows: ``Reactive Yellow 206 (1,3,6-Naphthalenetrisulfonic acid, 7,7'-[1,3- propanediylbis[imino(6-fluoro-1,3,5-triazine-4,2- diyl)imino[2-[(aminocarbonyl)amino]-4,1-phenylene]azo]]bis-, sodium salt) (CAS No. 143683-24-3) (provided for in subheading 3204.16.30)''. (b) Vinylidene Chloride-Methyl Methacrylate-Acrylonitrile Copolymer.--Heading 9902.23.09 is amended in the article description column by striking ``3904.90.50'' and inserting

(a) Biaxially Oriented Polypropylene Dielectric Film.-- Heading 9902.25.75 is amended by striking the article description and inserting the following: ``Biaxially oriented polypropylene film, certified by the importer as intended for metallization and use in capacitors, or certified by the importer as below 40 gauge (10.2 micrometers), not intended for metallization and intended for use in capacitors, all of the foregoing produced from solvent-washed low ash content (less than 50 ppm) polymer resin (CAS No. 9003-07-0) (provided for in subheading 3920.20.00)''. (b) Effective Date.--The amendment made by subsection (a) applies to goods entered, or withdrawn from warehouse for consumption, on or after the 15th day after the date of the enactment of this Act.

Section 13031(j)(3) of the Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1985 (19 U.S.C. 58c(j)(3)) is amended-- (1) in subparagraph (A), by striking ``September 30, 2019'' and inserting ``September 30, 2020''; and (2) in subparagraph (B)(i), by striking ``September 30, 2019'' and inserting ``May 23, 2020''.

The percentage under paragraph (2) of section 561 of the Hiring Incentives to Restore Employment Act in effect on the date of the enactment of this Act is increased by 4.5 percentage points.

The budgetary effects of this Act, for the purpose of complying with the Statutory Pay-As-You-Go Act of 2010, shall be determined by reference to the latest statement titled ``Budgetary Effects of PAYGO Legislation'' for this Act, submitted for printing in the Congressional Record by the Chairman of the House Budget Committee, provided that such

Pursuant to the rule, the gentleman from Michigan (Mr. Levin) and the gentleman from Michigan (Mr. Camp) each will control 20 minutes.

The Chair recognizes the gentleman from Michigan (Mr. Levin).

Rep. Sander M. Levin

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Madam Speaker, I ask unanimous consent that all Members may have 5 legislative days in which to revise and extend their remarks.

Is there objection to the request of the gentleman from Michigan?

There was no objection.

Rep. Sander M. Levin

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Madam Speaker, I yield myself such time as I may consume.

This is really a vital bill. I bring it to the floor in a bipartisan spirit to move and to make sure that all of the important pieces of this vital legislation, all of them, become law. This bill continues the essential trade adjustment assistance program that we expanded in 2009. Importantly, these reforms were authored on a bipartisan, bicameral basis by Mr. Rangel and myself, Mr. Camp, Senators Baucus and Grassley. So let me say just a few words about TAA.

Since the reforms were implemented in 2009, more than 155,000 additional trade-impacted workers who might not have been certified under the former TAA program became eligible for TAA worker benefits and training opportunities. More than 155,000. In total, more than 367,000 workers were certified as eligible for TAA support in that timeframe.

In 2010 alone, and I also want to emphasize this number, 227,882 workers took advantage of TAA and participated in the program, receiving case management, training and/or income support. You know, I wish in a way 227,882 people could come here and line up from here. I'm not quite sure how far the line would extend. It would be a very long way. We have a solemn obligation to continue this expanded program.

This legislation also supports U.S. businesses that need inputs or components not produced here in the U.S. in order to manufacture, and I underline that, downstream products here in the United States of America.

Miscellaneous tariff bills like this one have been a part of U.S. policy for 27 years. But in recent years, we have made the process more transparent than ever before, and if I might, I want to pay tribute to all of those who have worked together here in the House and in the Senate in terms of the transparency of this process. Based on these improvements, the Sunlight Foundation has phrased the MTB as ``transparency done right.''

The last MTB was signed into law in August after passing the House by a bipartisan vote of 378-43. Taken together, according to one study, these two MTBs are expected to increase U.S. production by at least $4.6 billion over 3 years and to support 90,000 U.S. manufacturing jobs.

Next, the bill also includes an 18-month extension for two preference programs--GSP, the Generalized System of Preferences; and the Andean Trade Preference Act, ATPA--that are set to expire at the end of the year. That means in 2 weeks. Last year, this legislation was passed by voice vote.

Preferences are important tools in U.S. trade policy. They help developing nations capture the opportunities and meet the challenges of trade and globalization, while at the same time, and this is critical to emphasize, providing significant benefits here in the United States. For example, ATPA has helped develop an important market for U.S.-made textiles in the Andean region, while also helping those nations in their efforts to fight trade in narcotics. Also, the majority of U.S. imports, 75 percent using GSP, were imports used to sustain U.S. manufacturing, including raw materials, parts and components, machinery and equipment.

These programs have also, and again I want to emphasize, have been shaped to encourage broad-based economic development, with eligibility criteria regarding worker rights--we have worked on the worker rights provisions over the years--the rule of law, innovation and investment, and policies to fight corruption.

Madam Speaker, there has long been, because of the strength of these programs, bipartisan support for all of them. Each of them relates to U.S. jobs. Each of them relates to U.S. jobs, and it is crucial that we act to continue them today.

I reserve the balance of my time.

Rep. Dave Camp

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Madam Speaker, I yield myself such time as I may consume, and then I will yield the balance of my time to the distinguished gentleman from Texas (Mr. Brady), the ranking member of the Trade Subcommittee.

Madam Speaker, the national unemployment rate is 9.8 percent. The unemployment rate in my home State of Michigan is 12.8 percent. America is desperately in need of jobs, and American workers need Congress to focus on legislation that will help create jobs. This legislation is a solid step in that direction. I have often said that government can't create jobs; it is the private sector that creates jobs, and Congress can help the private sector by removing barriers to job creation.

This legislation lowers taxes and makes American manufacturers more competitive so they can invest and create the jobs that American workers need now. Therefore, it fits squarely within the core principles of the Republican Party. Republicans support lowering taxes, making American workers more competitive, liberalizing trade, and letting the private sector thrive and create jobs.

At the outset, this legislation extends our trade preference programs, especially the Andean Trade Preferences Act. I would rather see Congress vote on our trade agreement with Colombia, but for over 3 years, the Speaker has refused to permit a simple up-or-down vote on that agreement. The Speaker has refused to bring that agreement to the floor even though it would level the playing field for American workers and generate new exports and support American jobs.

Despite the lack of progress on that agreement, I strongly support the continuation of the ATPA program. This program is crucial to this country and to Colombia, and we cannot subject such a strong ally to the injury of letting the program expire on top of the insult of our inability to act on that trade agreement.

Furthermore, this legislation extends the bipartisan, bicameral 2009 Trade Adjustment Assistance law that is helping trade-affected workers, farmers, firms, and communities retool and compete in the 21st century. The 2009 law provided a more flexible, cost-effective and accountable regime focusing on retraining. It also recognized the important role of services in the U.S. economy by bringing service workers into the program. These improvements to the TAA program help workers by getting them more quickly off government support and back into good paying, private sector jobs.

Importantly, this legislation delays for a year and a half a controversial U.S. Labor Department final rule mandating that the States use exclusively State employment service employees to administer TAA-funded benefits and services. Unless this delay is enacted now, 27 States will no longer be allowed to use a mix of staff.

Similarly, without this delay, even the other States that elect to use only State ES staff would be adversely affected because they could not make different staffing choices in the future. In today's economy, it makes no sense to require States to make costly changes to successful programs that are helping workers find new jobs.

This delay is also important because it would help restore the 2009 bipartisan, bicameral compromise on this issue. In addition, this legislation removes barriers by lowering taxes on imported inputs that enable value-added, American manufacturing and supports U.S. jobs, inputs that aren't otherwise available in the United States. These provisions have been fully vetted through a bipartisan and transparent process. Finally, this legislation is fully paid for, which is crucial in this time of rapidly rising fiscal deficits. Madam Speaker, I am pleased that this legislation accomplishes all these goals and is a truly bipartisan product.

I want to thank my colleague from Michigan, Chairman Levin, for his close cooperation in preparing this legislation and bringing it to the floor today for a vote.

Madam Speaker, I hope the other body takes up this legislation quickly and passes it. Several of these important programs expire at the end of the year, and there is no time to waste. Further delay would be harmful to American workers.

I reserve the balance of my time.

Rep. Sander M. Levin

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Madam Speaker, I now yield 3 minutes to the chair of the Subcommittee on Trade, the gentleman from Tennessee (Mr. Tanner).

Rep. John Tanner

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Thank you, Chairman Levin, and I want to thank Mr. Brady, who is the ranking member on the Trade Subcommittee.

The mentioning of the Trade Adjustment Provisions and the Generalized System of Trade Preferences are both important. I think they have been covered by Mr. Camp and Mr. Levin in their remarks. I want to talk just a minute about what I consider to be one of the most important features of this bill with respect to American jobs, and that is the miscellaneous tariff provisions contained in the bill.

These miscellaneous tariff provisions allow for U.S. companies to import items that cannot be obtained in this country to be used in the manufacturing process, thereby making U.S. manufacturing concerns more competitive in the world market and in being able to increase employment in our own country. This cannot be, I don't think, overstated or overestimated as to its importance; although, it might be a very small part of what we are trying to do in the whole area of trade.

I hope that we can move forward--even though I won't be here next year, I hope we can move forward on some trade agreements that are pending. This is an exciting time. It is a time for America to get back in the business, and this omnibus trade bill is a good start.

I want to applaud Mr. Levin and committee staff and thank them for all the help they have given to the Trade Subcommittee through the years.

Rep. Jason Altmire

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Without objection, the gentleman from Texas will control the time.

There was no objection.

Rep. Kevin Brady

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Mr. Speaker, I yield myself such time as I may consume.

I want to join others in thanking Chairman Tanner, chairman of the Trade Subcommittee, for his leadership and service to our country and our economy through the years. He will be missed.

Mr. Speaker, our economy is struggling, and this Congress hasn't done enough to help promote the job creation we so desperately need. Congress needs a new playbook, and this legislation can be the first new play we run. The bipartisan legislation extends the Generalized System of Preferences and the Andean Trade Preferences Act and renews and establishes certain miscellaneous tariff reductions. In doing so, this bill lowers taxes on the products that American manufacturers need to be more competitive.

More competitive U.S. manufacturers means more jobs for American workers. America's farmers will benefit from this legislation as well, because it will help hold down the cost of fertilizers and pesticides. More importantly, American families will benefit from this legislation. In fact, American families will see double benefits. Not only will it help promote job creation, it will lower costs for consumers. At a time when so many families are struggling to get by, lower taxes on these products can help American families make ends meet.

Expert analysis has demonstrated how these provisions will support American jobs. For example, the miscellaneous tariffs legislation could support as many as 90,000 U.S. jobs. The Preferences program has been found to support 682,000 jobs and lower costs for consumers by $273 million. In today's difficult economic times, these are clearly policies the Congress should support.

Additionally, the extension of the ATPA program will provide critical support for our strongest ally in South America, Colombia. Right now, Colombia is suffering from terrible flooding and has declared a state of emergency. This natural disaster has badly damaged the Colombian economy, and Colombians cannot afford even a temporary lapse of this program.

I share the frustration of many of my colleagues that Congress has not taken up the U.S.-Colombia trade agreement, which would remove barriers to American sales to Colombia. America's farmers and ranchers are already losing exports as other countries implement trade agreements with Colombia ahead of us and gain a competitive advantage, and that's why this agreement has bipartisan support.

I urge supporters on both sides of the aisle to ensure that the ATPA program does not lapse so we can support our allies in Colombia while we continue our efforts to bring the trade agreement to the floor of Congress for a successful vote.

Also, this legislation continues to authorize the 2009 law updating and approving the Trade Adjustment Assistance program in various respects. Such improvements included allowing better and more successful training options to trade-impacted workers and providing trade adjustment benefits to service workers, given the importance of the service sector in America's economy. The 2009 law also helps ensure TAA program accountability and results by requiring data on the program's performance and its worker outcome. This will enable us to measure how the program is effective and where improvements are needed.

Significantly, this bill prevents the U.S. Department of Labor from forcing Texas and 26 other States to use only so-called State ``merit'' employees to provide Trade Adjustment Assistance-funded services. This Federal mandate went against the wishes of Congress and has unnecessarily distracted States from efficiently providing TAA services to trade-impacted workers. The bill delays the ill-advised Labor Department rule for the next year and a half, helping to ensure that the congressional intent behind the 2009 bipartisan TAA law is respected and that each State may continue to decide how best to provide high-quality TAA services to trade-impacted workers to get them retrained and back to work.

Mr. Speaker, I commend Chairman Levin and Ranking Member Camp for working so hard to bring this legislation to the floor. This can be the first play out of a new bipartisan playbook that promotes trade as a means to grow the economy and create jobs. The playbook should also include seeking congressional passage of the three pending trade agreements in the first half of next year: a high-standard Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement by the U.S.-hosted APEC leaders' summit next November, an ambitious outcome to the WTO Doha talks next year, and other trade-opening initiatives.

Mr. Speaker, I yield the balance of my time to the gentleman from California (Mr. Herger) who has led the Trade Subcommittee in past years.

Without objection, the gentleman from California will control the balance of the time.

There was no objection.

Rep. Wally Herger

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Mr. Speaker, I reserve the balance of my time.

Rep. Sander M. Levin

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It is now my privilege to yield 3 minutes to the distinguished member of the Ways and Means Committee from the State of Washington (Mr. McDermott).

(Mr. McDERMOTT asked and was given permission to revise and extend his remarks.)

Rep. Jim McDermott

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Mr. Speaker, I rise today in support of the Omnibus Trade Act of 2010.

Mr. Speaker, you know that when the AFL-CIO and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce are energetically in favor of the same bill, that's a pretty good day and probably a pretty good thing to do. This bill helps U.S. businesses. It reduces their costs with tariff reductions on things they need that aren't made here in the United States. Each one of these tariff reductions have been carefully vetted. They have been on the Web site. Anybody can see them. It has been a very transparent process, and it is good that we're able to get it done before we leave the Congress at this time.

It will create billions of dollars of economic activity and help kick-start the creation of jobs. This bill also helps struggling economies around the world--the Andes, the Caribbean, and others--by keeping our trade programs in place and stable for the next 18 months.

We can't let these programs lapse. They are too important to Americans and also to our good partners worldwide with whom we want economic development, with whom we do better if they're doing better, and these programs are helpful to them. To cut them off is to leave them with no place to sell the goods they are making. In fact, I would like a longer extension, and I really think there needs to be a trade preference bill.

I hope, in the next Congress, Mr. Brady and others on the other side will bring that forward. We had hoped to get it done this time, but we didn't get it done. We need to do it, and this is a good intermediate step.

Finally, we are keeping our Trade Adjustment Assistance program in place and are continuing to improve on it. This helps hundreds of thousands of workers every year, as you have heard, who are negatively impacted by trade. 227,000 workers have benefited from this in this year alone. They receive educational benefits and help in making the transition from an industry that has disappeared to one that is now expanding in the United States and will provide jobs. Our workers need to be mobile and retrained, and the Trade Adjustment Assistance helps get that done.

This bill costs almost nothing. It is fully paid for and will boost the economy. I urge all of my colleagues to vote for it.

Rep. Wally Herger

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Mr. Speaker, I yield 1\1/2\ minutes to a member of the Ways and Means Committee and a member of the Trade Subcommittee, the gentleman from Washington (Mr. Reichert).

Rep. Dave Reichert

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I thank the gentleman for yielding.

Mr. Speaker, I rise today in strong support of this omnibus trade package. I, along with my friend and colleague from Washington State (Mr. McDermott), urge all of my colleagues to support it.

I am particularly pleased that this bill extends trade preference programs. Preferences are a powerful developmental tool, and they can also be used to improve laws, environment and labor standards, and intellectual property rights protections. Developing nations, American workers, and businesses have benefited considerably when our preference program partnerships move to a permanent free trade agreement.

One country that has graduated from preferences is South Korea. It continues to be among the leading exporters to the United States. It is a great model of how a country can graduate from the preference partnership to a free trade agreement that levels the playing field for American workers--a free trade agreement that deserves broad support and swift passage in the next Congress.

As unemployment remains high, we must continue to knock down trade barriers for American goods and services--``sell American'' to customers all over the world--to protect and create jobs here at home.

I urge support for this package today.

Rep. Sander M. Levin

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Mr. Speaker, I yield the balance of my time to the gentleman from Washington (Mr. McDermott).

Without objection, the gentleman from Washington will control the time.

There was no objection.

Rep. Jim McDermott

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Mr. Speaker, I yield 2 minutes to the gentleman from New Jersey (Mr. Pascrell).

Rep. Bill Pascrell Jr.

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Mr. Speaker, I rise in strong support of H.R. 6517, the Omnibus Trade Act of 2010.

Shipping jobs overseas has become an industry unto itself. Jobs and people are displaced again and again. This is an attempt to try to respond to those workers who have lost jobs under the guise of free trade. Our first line of defense is fair trade that doesn't sacrifice the American workforce.

This is good bipartisan legislation. We haven't had too much of it, so we might not have noticed it.

I am pleased that the committee was able to work in a bipartisan fashion with the minority to extend these programs and provisions that help our workers and businesses compete in this global economy. It is particularly critical that we reauthorize the reforms Congress made to the Trade Adjustment Assistance program, or the TAA, which was passed as part of the Recovery Act in February of last year.

As the chairman pointed out, these reforms have been in place now for some time, and the program has helped hundreds of thousands of workers; 5,000 of those workers whose jobs were shipped overseas during this recession were in New Jersey. They received retraining, support for their incomes, and they were able to keep their health care. We expanded the program's eligibility, including the service sector and more manufacturing jobs; we increased training and health coverage benefits, and we streamlined the program, making it more flexible and efficient for workers to take advantage of.

The time of the gentleman has expired.

Rep. Jim McDermott

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I yield the gentleman 1 additional minute.

Rep. Bill Pascrell Jr.

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One of the most important reforms expands eligibility to all workers whose jobs have been moved overseas, not just for those jobs that were lost to our free trade partners. If we allow this provision to expire, workers whose jobs have been shipped to China or India could be ineligible for TAA benefits. They will be out of luck.

All in all, the Department of Labor estimates that, thanks to these reforms, an additional 155,000 trade-impacted workers were eligible for the TAA program. In New Jersey, almost 90 percent of the workers who received TAA benefits were eligible because of the reforms that we passed in February of 2009. We must continue to fight for those jobs. We must continue to keep American jobs here.

For those who get unavoidably left behind, providing them with the opportunity to get support and retraining at a place like Passaic County Community College, in my district, in Paterson, New Jersey, through the TAA Community College Grant program is the least we can do, Mr. Speaker, for our workers who have been hard hit in the last 10 years.

Rep. Wally Herger

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Mr. Speaker, I reserve the balance of my time.

Rep. Jim McDermott

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Mr. Speaker, I yield 3 minutes to the gentleman from North Carolina (Mr. Etheridge).

(Mr. ETHERIDGE asked and was given permission to revise and extend his remarks.)

Rep. Bob Etheridge

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I thank the gentleman for yielding.

I want to thank the chairman and ranking member of the committee for their work and the committee's work in bringing the Omnibus Trade Act of 2010 to the floor.

Mr. Speaker, this is an important piece of legislation. It really is about jobs, as you have already heard. At a time when the unemployment rate remains unacceptably high and is really stubborn in a lot of places across this country, this bill will help create jobs and retrain workers for new careers. We tend to forget that sometimes when we think of people losing jobs, of the long-term unemployed and the issues surrounding training for new opportunities.

In my home State of North Carolina, the manufacturers and, really, the manufacturers across the country are the ones which are going to really deliver our economic growth and our national recovery. This bill, as you have already heard, will really help in that regard.

First, it will help lower production costs by leveling the playing field with our international competitors, which is an important piece. You have heard how we do it. It is for those items they purchase that we don't have in this country. When we keep them from paying tariffs, it means that they are more competitive. It means we have more workers working, and people can substitute unemployment checks for paychecks.

As the former State Superintendent of Public Schools in North Carolina, I have always said that education is the key to the future. There is no better way to create jobs than to have a well-educated citizenry and educated workforce. I am pleased that this bill strongly supports job training and that it supports our community colleges to expand access to education for more trade-impacted workers.

While I strongly support this bill, I wish it had included a reauthorization of the cotton trust fund, which would have helped hundreds of workers in North Carolina, and I call on the House and the Senate to reauthorize the cotton trust fund as soon as possible. Despite this omission, though, the Omnibus Trade Act of 2010 is a good, job-creating bill that will keep American workers competitive in this tough economy we find ourselves in.

I urge my colleagues to join me in supporting this legislation. I thank the gentleman for yielding.

Mr. Speaker, this bill is about jobs: good jobs in American manufacturing, good jobs for workers in export industries, and job training for those negatively impacted by trade. It adjusts tariffs to ensure our manufacturing businesses can compete in the world markets, and supports fair trade for American companies. At a time when the unemployment rate remains unacceptably high, this bill creates jobs and retrains workers for new careers.

Manufacturing is a leading sector of the economy in my State of North Carolina and will be important to the Nation's economy as a whole as we continue the recovery. Throughout this Congress I have been proud to support measures that strengthen our manufacturing industry. In order to grow our economy, we must have manufacturing jobs that allow many Americans the chance to earn good wages. By suspending or reducing duties on over 290 products that are used as inputs or components in domestically manufactured goods, this bill lowers production costs for our manufacturers and helps to level the playing field with our international competitors.

I am pleased that this bill provides assistance and training to workers adversely affected by trade. Trade Adjustment Assistance provides training and associated income support to individuals in need of new skills, modernizing our work force and helping workers find a place in today's economy. Recognizing the critical role that community colleges play, the 2009 TAA reforms provided grants to educational institutions to develop, offer and improve education and career training for workers eligible for TAA. H.R. 6517 expands this critical initiative and makes more workers eligible to participate. I have always believed education is the key to economic prosperity. My home State of North Carolina has seen many economic challenges over the years, but it is our solid commitment to education that has allowed our economy to adapt and attract new industries. As the former Superintendent of Public Schools, I've always said that education is the key to the future. There is no better way to create jobs than education.

While I strongly support this bill, I am disappointed that it reauthorizes the Wool Trust Fund, but not the Cotton Trust Fund. A reauthorization of the Cotton Trust Fund is important to hundreds of workers in North Carolina, and would have enhanced the positive jobs impact of the bill. I hope that Congress will continue to work to make this important grant and tariff relief program to strengthen the U.S. cotton industry.

Despite this omission, the Omnibus Trade Act of 2010 is a good, job-creating bill that extends expiring trade provisions, helps displaced workers acquire new skills in order to compete in our global economy, and supports U.S. manufacturing. I would like to thank Chairman Levin for all of his hard work to bring this bill to the floor. This legislation puts Americans to work, and I hope that my colleagues from both sides of the aisle will join me in supporting it.

Rep. Wally Herger

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Mr. Speaker, I yield myself such time as I may consume.

Mr. Speaker, I rise today with renewed hope that our Nation's trade agenda may soon move forward. This legislation includes an extension of trade preference programs, which is important, but is no substitute for passing our pending market-opening agreements with Colombia, Panama, and Korea. Mr. Speaker, if we hope to remain the key player in the global marketplace, we must do all we can to strengthen our ties to important democratic allies. Passage of these agreements will boost economic growth and create U.S. jobs by tearing down trade barriers and significantly increasing our exports into these markets, while at the same time enhancing our national security by bringing greater stability to Asia and South America.

Take the U.S.-Colombia agreement, for example. Colombia is the largest market for U.S. agricultural exports in South America, which makes it an important market for my agriculturally rich northern California district. Yet, we have seen our agriculture exports to Colombia decline by 65 percent over the last 2 years because our products still face tariffs and other barriers, while agriculture products from Argentina and Brazil, two major competitors for America's farmers and ranchers, received duty-free access to the Colombian market. The reason for the disparity is simple: Argentina and Brazil have implemented a trade agreement with Colombia, while our Nation has not. This trend, of U.S. producers losing out to foreign competitors, will only get worse as the European Union and Canada are moving towards implementing their own agreements with Colombia.

Mr. Speaker, it is time for Congress to recognize that continued inaction is suppressing job creation for Americans out of work and denying our producers new opportunities to export. Congress should pass our pending trade agreements without further delays.

I urge the Congress and my colleagues to support this legislation.

Rep. Louise M. Slaughter

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Mr. Speaker, I rise today in support of H.R. 6517, the Omnibus Trade Act of 2010. This bill includes provisions that are critical to our manufacturing base: specifically decreasing the cost of raw materials, extending Trade Adjustment Assistance to workers who have seen their jobs shipped overseas, and making an important technical fix to the Wool Trust Fund program.

Trade Adjustment Assistance is one of the most important lifelines for American workers who have lost their jobs due to international trade. The program helps train workers in new fields, and helps bridge the gap in health insurance benefits for workers and their families. In 2009, Congress made significant improvements by expanding eligibility for service sector workers, manufacturing and secondary workers, and by increasing training funding. The expansion also increased the Workers Health Coverage Tax Credit subsidy to minimize gaps in health insurance coverage for workers and their families. Since the overhaul more than 10,000 workers in New York alone have been certified to receive TAA benefits, and over 5,000 of these workers would not have received benefits had the extension not been in place. Across the country, TAA has helped more than 155,000 otherwise misplaced workers with the expansion since 2009.

Our vote today will extend the improvements made until June, 2012.

If we in Congress don't take action and instead let these improvements expire, we abandon workers who have already suffered from our tilted trade policies. It is imperative that we pass this legislation to ensure that America's workforce is able to adjust to changing economic environment and America can remain competitive in the global marketplace. H.R. 6517 also includes a technical fix to ensure that the Wool Trust Fund is funded at the level authorized in 2004 and 2008. This program provides payments to U.S. suit makers who have been left at a competitive disadvantage due to an inverted tariff--where the duty on the finished product is lower than the duty on the materials used to make the finished product. Without this fix, we are actually disincentivifzing suit makers to operate in the U.S. and that would be tragic for my district, which is home to Hickey-Freeman and 500 of the best suit makers in the world.

The workers at Hickey-Freeman know from experience that over the past 2 years, revenue for this program shrank considerably, resulting in cuts of up to 66 percent to payments made to U.S. companies. H.R. 6517 closes the funding shortfall ensuring that our domestic suit makers continue to manufacture in the U.S. and that they are able to compete on a level playing field.

I strongly support this legislation because it protects many of the manufacturing jobs we have now and provides funding to retrain American manufacturing workers for the jobs of tomorrow.

I encourage my colleagues to join me in supporting H.R. 6517.

Rep. Wally Herger

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I yield back the balance of my time.

Rep. Jim McDermott

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I yield back the balance of my time.

The question is on the motion offered by the gentleman from Michigan (Mr. Levin) that the House suspend the rules and pass the bill, H.R. 6517, as amended.

The question was taken; and (two-thirds being in the affirmative) the rules were suspended and the bill, as amended, was passed.

A motion to reconsider was laid on the table.