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H.R. 3856 (99th): Recreational Marine Craft Act of 1985

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12/4/1985--Introduced. Recreational Marine Craft Act of 1985 - Amends the Trade Act of 1984 to authorize the President to enter into a trade agreement with Canada which shall, at a minimum, provide for the elimination of: (1) differing tariff levels on recreational marine craft between the United States and Canada; and (2) any Canadian nontariff barrier to U.S. recreational marine craft. Sets forth factors the President shall consider in negotiating such a trade agreement. Provides for staged increases in the tariff on imported Canadian recreational crafts if such a trade agreement is not made. Directs the President to consult with specified congressional committees in negotiating such agreement.