S.525 - Andean Trade Preference Expansion Act107th Congress (2001-2002)
||Sen. Graham, Bob [D-FL] (Introduced 03/13/2001)
||Senate - Finance
||04/06/2001 Star Print ordered on the bill. (All Actions)
||On 11/29/2001, the Senate Committee on Finance incorporated the substance of S. 525, with some modifications, in H.R. 3009, as reported from committee. Senate Report No. 107-126. On 5/1/2002, the committee substitute amendment was withdrawn. H.R. 3009, the Trade Act of 2002, became Public Law 107-210 on 8/6/2002.
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Introduced in Senate (03/13/2001)
Andean Trade Preference Expansion Act - Amends the Andean Trade Preference Act to extend, for a specified transition period, treatment free of any duties, quantitative restrictions, limitations, or consultation levels to certain textile and apparel articles (including preferential tariff treatment under the North American Free Trade Agreement to certain non-apparel articles) imported into the United States from Andean Trade Preference Expansion Act (ATPEA) beneficiary countries (Bolivia, Ecuador, Colombia, and Peru) designated under such Act. Sets forth penalties for exporters and countries that have engaged in the transshipment of such articles from an ATPEA beneficiary country.