entrust the Special Representative for Trade Negotiations with responsibility for: 1) the coordination and development of international trade policy; and (2) coordinate negotiations with foreign countries on normative activities. It is the president`s responsibility to check trade barriers to the export of alcoholic beverages to the United States and to report the results to Congress. authorizes the President to apply a lower tariff rate on the basis of legs, if he obtains appropriate reciprocal trade concessions. 1. authorizes the EUSR and the relevant secretary to award grants, enter into contracts or provide any other assistance to support appropriate normative activities. Ask these officials for technical and policy advice from trade policy advisory committees. considers closing or suspending such an investigation: (1) the withdrawal of the petition by the petitioner; or (2) the country that claims to grant subsidies and agrees to remove such subsidies, to stop the export of these products, or to eliminate (in exceptional circumstances) the adverse effects of exports to the United States. Sets limits to these agreements. For instructions for compiling complete quotes, see Quotes from primary sources. Allows parties to the agreement and countries extending similar rights and privileges to the United States to provide representation to the EUSR asserting that a normative activity is contrary to U.S. obligations under the agreement. It is the responsibility of the President`s Inter-Institutional Trade Organization to verify all findings of an appropriate international forum that a normative activity is contrary to U.S.
obligations under the agreement. Allows federal authorities to review petitions against prescriptive activities in certain circumstances. Title XI: Miscellaneous Provisions – Amends the Trade Act of 1974 to extend, until 3 January 1988, the presidential power to enter into agreements to reduce non-tariff barriers to trade or other trade distortions. Authorizes the president to sell import licenses at public auctions. The Trade Agreements Act of 1979 (TAA), Pub.L. 96-39, 93 Stat. 144, effective July 26, 1979, codified on 19.C.