Buy American Act Free Trade Agreement

(c) the supply of finished products. 41 U.S.C.Chapter 83, Buy American statute, provides for a preference for domestic finished goods for deliveries purchased for use in the United States. Pursuant to U.S. Clause 41.C 1907, for a final product that is a coTS item, control of the components of buy American status is removed (see 12.505(a)(1)). In addition, the Treaty Representative established that the Free Trade Agreements (with the exception of the Free Trade Agreements of Bahrain, Morocco, Oman, Panama and Peru) and the Israeli Trade Law apply to this acquisition. Unless otherwise specified, these trade agreements apply to all elements of the Annex. Under this contract, the Contractor shall supply only finished domestic products, unless it has indicated in its offer the supply of finished products abroad in the provision “Buy American Free Trade Agreements-Israeli Trade Act Certificate”. If the Contractor has indicated in its offer that the Contractor will supply a final product resulting from a free trade agreement (with the exception of a Bahraini, Moroccan, Omani, Panamanian or Peruvian final product) or an Israeli final product, the Contractor must supply a final product from the country of the Free Trade Agreement (with the exception of a Bahrain final product, Moroccan, Omani, Panamanian or Peruvian), of an Israeli final product or of nac h Choice of the contractor an internal product. 1. For components purchased by the holder, the cost of acquisition, including transport costs to the place of installation in the final product (whether or not such costs are paid to a domestic company) and all applicable duties (whether or not a duty-free entry certificate is issued); or the President has the power to waive the Buy American Act as part of a mutual agreement or in response to the mutual treatment of U.S. producers.

Under the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT) 1979, the Free Trade Agreement between the United States and Israel, the Free Trade Agreement between the United States and Canada, and the 1996 World Trade Organization (WTO) Agreement on Government Procurement (GPA), the United States provides access to government procurement markets in certain United States. . . .