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[Federal Register: December 10, 2002 (Volume 67, Number 237)]
[Presidential Documents]               
[Page 75799-75807]
From the Federal Register Online via GPO Access [wais.access.gpo.gov]
[DOCID:fr10de02-71]                         






                        Presidential Documents 








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Title 3--
The President


[[Page 75799]]


                Memorandum of November 6, 2002


 
                Report to the Congress Regarding Conditions in 
                Burma and U.S. Policy Toward Burma


                Memorandum for the Secretary of State


                Pursuant to the requirements set forth under the 
                heading ``Policy Toward Burma'' in section 570(d) of 
                the Fiscal Year 1997 Foreign Operations Appropriations 
                Act, as contained in the Omnibus Consolidated 
                Appropriations Act (Public Law 104-208), a report is 
                required every 6 months following enactment concerning:





 				[...]


                In coordination with the European Union and other 
                states, the United States has imposed sanctions on 
                Burma. U.S.-imposed sanctions include an arms embargo, 
                a ban on all new U.S. investment in Burma, the 
                suspension of all bilateral aid, including 
                counternarcotics assistance, the withdrawal of GSP 
                privileges, the denial of OPIC and EXIMBANK programs, 
                visa restrictions on Burma's senior leaders, and a hold 
                on all new lending or grant programs by the World Bank, 
                the IMF, the ADB, and other international financial 
                institutions in which the United States has a major 
                interest. We have maintained our diplomatic 
                representation at the Charg[eacute] d'Affaires level 
                since 1990.
   										
				[...]
				
				
				
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