Super 301

(U.S.) This provision was enacted due to U.S. Congressional concern that the regular Section 301 procedures narrowly limit U.S. attention to the market access problems of individual sectors or companies. Super 301 sets procedures to identify and address within three years certain “priority,” systemic trade restriction policies of other nations. Super 301 authority expired May 30, 1990. See Section 301; Special 301.

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