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Section 108Micro and Small Enterprise Development Credits
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Section 109Transfer of Funds
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Section 110CostSharing and Funding Limits
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Section 113Integrating Women Into National Econo
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Section 116Human Rights
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Section 117Environment and Natural Resources
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Section 118Tropical Forests
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Section 119Endangered Species
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Section 120Sahel Development ProgramPlanning
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Section 122General Authorities
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Section 123Private and Voluntary Organizations and Co operatives in Overseas Development
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Section 124Relatively Least Developed Countries
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Section 125Project and Program Evaluation
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Section 128Targeted Assistance
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Section 129Program to Provide Technical to Foreign Governments and Foreign Central Banks of De veloping or Transitional Countries
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Section 130Assistance for Victims of Torture
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Section 131Microenterprise Development Grant Assist ance
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Section 132United States Microfinance Loan Facility
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Section 133Programs to Encourage Good Governance
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Section 134Assistance to Foreign Countries to Meet Mini mum Standards for the Elimination of Trafficking
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Chapter 2Other Programs
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Title IIAmerican Schools and Hospitals Abroad Prototype Desalting Plant
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Section 219Prototype Desalting Plant
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Title IIIHousing and Other Credit Guaranty Programs Section 221Housing Guaranties Section 222Authorization
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Section 222AAgricultural and Productive Credit and Self Help Community Development Programs
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Section 223General Provisions
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Section 224Trade Credit Insurance Program for Central America
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Section 225Trade Credit Insurance Program for Poland
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Section 226Loan Guarantees to Israel Program
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Title IVOverseas Private Investment Corporation Section 231Creation Purpose and Policy
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Section 231AAdditional Requirements Section 232Capital of the Corporation Section 233Organization Aniºment Section 234Investment Insurance ...
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Section 234AEnhancing Private Political Risk Insurance Industry
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Section 235Issuing Authority Direct Investment Author ity and Reserves
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Section 236Income and Revenues
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Section 237General Provisions Relating to Insurance Guaranty and Financing Program
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Section 238Definitions
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Section 239General Provisions and Powers
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Section 240Small Business Development
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Section 240AReports to the Congress Section 240BProhibition on Noncompetitive Awarding of Insurance Contracts on OPIC Supported Exports
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Title VDisadvantaged Children in Asia Section 241Assistance to Certain Disadvantaged Children in
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Title DKUtilization of Democratic Institutions in Development Section 281Utilization of Democratic Institutions in Devel opment
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Title XIIFamine Prevention and Freedom From Hunger Section 296General Provisions
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Section 297General Authority
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Chapter 6Central America Democracy Peace and Develop ment Initiative Section 461Statement of Policy
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Section 462Conditions on Furnishing Assistance
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Section 463Peace Process in Central America Section 464Economic Assistance Coordination
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Section 465Authorization for Fiscal Years 1988 and 1989
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Section 466Definitions
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Section 462Assistance for Commercial Debt Exchanges Section 463Eligible Projects
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Section 464Eligible Countries
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Chapter 2Military Assistance
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Section 503General Authority
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Section 504Authorization Section 505Conditions of Eligibility
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Section 506Special Authority
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Section 511Considerations in Furnishing Military Assistance Section 514Stockpiling of Defense Articles for Foreign Countries
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Section 515Overseas Management of Assistance and Sales Programs
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Section 516Authority to Transfer Excess Defense Articles
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Section 517Designation of Major NonNATO Allies
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Chapter 3Foreign Military Sales Section 524Reimbursements
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Chapter 4Economic Support Fund Section 531Authority
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Section 532Authorizations of Appropriations
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Section 533Emergency Assistance Section 534Administration of Justice
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Chapter 5International Military Education and Training Section 541General Authority Section 542Authorization Section 543Purposes
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Section 544Exchange Training
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Section 545Training in Maritime Skills Section 546Prohibition on Grant Assistance for Certain High Income Foreign Countries Section 547Consultati...
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Section 552Authorization of ºtiºn Section 553Administrative Authorities Section 554Data on Costs Incurred in Support of United Nations Peacekeep...
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Section 562Authorization and Utilization of Funds Section 563Waiver Authorities
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Chapter 8Antiterrorism Assistance ection 571General Authority Section 572Purposes Section 573Limitations
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Section 574Authorizations of Appropriations
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Section 575Administrative Authorities Chapter 9Nonproliferation and Export Control Assistance Section 581Purposes Section 582Authorization of A...
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Section 584Limitations Section 585Authorization of Appropriations
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Part III
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Section 602Small Business Section 603Shipping on United States Vessels Section 604Procurement
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sº ºhetention and Use of Certain Items and winds Section 606Patents and Technical Information
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Section 607Furnishing of Services and Commodities
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Section 608Advance Acquisition of Property
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Section 610Transfer Between Accounts
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Section 611Completion of Plans and Cost Estimates
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Aid Terrorist States
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Chapter 3Miscellaneous Provisions
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b Arms Export Control Act Public Law 90629
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ºve Democracy and Economic Recovery Act of 2001 Public Law
482
e PakistanExemption of Foreign Assistance Prohibitions Public
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Jobs º Export Act of 1992 Public Law 102549
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j International Security and Development Cooperation Act of 1985 Pub
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Page 791 - America, find that the policies and actions of the Government of Nicaragua constitute an unusual and extraordinary threat to the national security and foreign policy of the United States and hereby declare a national emergency to deal with that threat.
Page 302 - Government as he shall direct, head of any such agency or such officer may from time to time promulgate such rules and regulations as may be necessary to carry out such functions, and may delegate authority to perform any such functions, including, if he shall so specify, the authority successively to redelegate any of such functions to any of his subordinates.
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