Summary: H.R.3889 — 108th Congress (2003-2004)All Information (Except Text)

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Introduced in House (03/03/2004)

Transfers the functions of the United States Trade Representatives to the Secretary of Commerce with respect to: (1) identification of countries that deny adequate protection, or market access, for intellectual property rights; (2) enforcement of U.S. rights under trade agreements and response to certain foreign trade practices; and (3) the Uruguay Round Agreement Act regarding dispute settlement panels and procedures, related matters in the annual report to Congress on the World Trade Organization (WTO), access to the WTO dispute settlement process, specified actions for enforcement of U.S. rights under the Subsidies Agreement, and specified administrative actions following WTO panel reports.