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United States Department of State / Foreign relations of the United States diplomatic papers, 1934. The American Republics
(1934)

Colombia,   pp. 66-85 PDF (7.2 MB)


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tries in force on the day of the signature of this Agreement, be levied
and collected upon the weight of such merchandise at the time of its
entry.
                           ARTICLE X
  The United States of America and the Republic of Colombia retain
the right to apply such measures as they respectively may see fit with
respect to the control of the export or sale for export of arms, muni-
tions, or implements of war, and in exceptional circumstances of other
material needed in war.
                           ARTICLE XI
  Nothing in this Agreement shall be construed in any way to affect
any of the provisions of the treaty signed at Bogota, April 6, 1914, by
the United States of America and the Republic of Colombia.
                          ARTICLE XII
  The Governments of the United States of America and the Republic
of Colombia declare that the purpose of this Agreement is to grant
mutual and reciprocal concessions and advantages for the promotion
of commercial relations between the two countries; and that each and
every one of the provisions contained herein shall be complied with
and interpreted in accordance with this spirit and intention.
                          ARTICLE XIII
  The present Agreement shall come into full force on the thirtieth
day following proclamation thereof by the President of the United
States of America and the President of the Republic of Colombia,
or should the proclamations be issued on different days, on the thirtieth
day following the date of the later in time of such proclamations, and
shall remain in force for the term of two years thereafter. The Gov-
ernment of each country shall notify the Government of the other
country of the date of its proclamation.
  Unless at least six months before the expiration of the aforesaid
term of two years the Government of either country shall have given
to the other Government notice of intention to terminate the Agree-
ment upon the expiration of the aforesaid term, the Agreement shall
remain in force thereafter until six months from such time as the
Government of either country shall have given notice to the other
Government.
  In witness whereof the respective Plenipotentiaries have signed this
Agreement and have affixed their seals hereto.
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COLOMBIA


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