19 USC § 2114c - Trade in services: development, coordination, and implementation of Federal policies; staff support and other assistance; specific service sector authorities unaffected; executive functions
(A)The United States Trade Representative, through the interagency trade organization established pursuant to section
1872(a) of this title or any subcommittee thereof, shall, in conformance with this Act and other provisions of law, develop (and coordinate the implementation of) United States policies concerning trade in services.
(B)In order to encourage effective development, coordination, and implementation of United States policies on trade in services—
(i)each department or agency of the United States responsible for the regulation of any service sector industry shall, as appropriate, advise and work with the United States Trade Representative concerning matters that have come to the department’s or agency’s attention with respect to—
(I)the treatment afforded United States service sector interest in foreign markets; or
(II)allegations of unfair practices by foreign governments or companies in a service sector; and
(ii)the Department of Commerce, together with other appropriate agencies as requested by the United States Trade Representative, shall provide staff support and other assistance for negotiations on service-related issues by the United States Trade Representatives  and the domestic implementation of service-related agreements.
(C)Nothing in this paragraph shall be construed to alter any existing authority or responsibility with respect to any specific service sector.
(A) The President shall, as he deems appropriate—
(i)consult with State governments on issues of trade policy, including negotiating objectives and implementation of trade agreements, affecting the regulatory authority of non-Federal governments, or their procurement of goods and services;
(ii)establish one or more intergovernmental policy advisory committees on trade which shall serve as a principal forum in which State and local governments may consult with the Federal Government with respect to the matters described in clause (i); and
(iii)provide to State and local governments and to United States service industries, upon their request, advice, assistance, and (except as may be otherwise prohibited by law) data, analyses, and information concerning United States policies on international trade in services.
 So in original. Probably should be “Representative”.
This Act, referred to in par. (1)(A), is Pub. L. 98–573, Oct. 30, 1984, 98 Stat. 2984, known as the Trade and Tariff Act of 1984. For classification of this Act to the Code, see Short Title of 1984 Amendment note set out under section
1654 of this title and Tables.
Section was enacted as part of the International Trade and Investment Act, and also as part of the Trade and Tariff Act of 1984, and not as part of the Trade Act of 1974 which comprises this chapter.
Section is comprised of subsec. (c)(1), (2)(A) ofsection
306 of Pub. L. 98–573. Subsec. (a) of such section is classified to section
2114(b) of this title; subsec. (b) of such section amended sections
3104 and a provision set out as a note under section
3101 of Title
22, Foreign Relations and Intercourse; and subsec. (c)(2)(B), (C) of such section amended sections
2414 of this title.
For definition of “services” as used in this section, see par. (5) of section
2114b of this title.
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