ANNEX VII
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                       Schedule of the United States


SECTOR: Financial Services

SUB-SECTOR: Banking

TYPE OF RESERVATION: Article 1409 (Staffing)

MEASURE: U.S. citizenship requirements for chief executive officers of 
	 national banks not affiliated or owned by foreign banks

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: The National Bank Act, 12 U.S.C.  72.

DESCRIPTION: All directors of a national bank must
be citizens of the United States. 
Because it is also required that chief
executive officers of all national
banks be directors, a chief executive
officer of a national bank must be a
citizen of the United States.  An
exception from these requirements
exists for national banks affiliated
or owned by foreign banks.  Such banks
are only required to have citizens
constitute a simple majority of the
directors and need not employ citizens
as chief executive officers.

DURATION: Indeterminate

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SECTOR: Financial Services

SUB-SECTOR: Banking

TYPE OF RESERVATION: Article 1409 (Staffing)

MEASURE: Residency requirements on boards of directors of national banks

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: The National Bank Act, 12 U.S.C.  72.

DESCRIPTION: Two-thirds of the directors of a
national bank must have (i) resided
for one year prior to their election,
and (ii) continue to reside, in the
state in which the bank is located or
within 100 miles of the national bank.

DURATION: Indeterminate

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                       Schedule of the United States


SECTOR: Financial Services

SUB-SECTOR: Banking

TYPE OF RESERVATION: Article 1407 (National Treatment)

MEASURE: Limitations on acquisition of interests in banks on an interstate
	 basis

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Bank Holding Company Act of 1956, as amended, 
	        12 U.S.C.  1842(d); International Banking Act of 1978, as
		amended, 12 U.S.C.  3103(a)(5).

DESCRIPTION: Federal authorities may not approve
the establishment of, or acquisition
of an interest in, a bank subsidiary
within a state ("the host state") by a
foreign bank that has a full-service
branch or bank subsidiary in the
United States, unless the measures of
the host state expressly permit the
transaction.  Thus, foreign banks may
not acquire interests in banks in some
states on the same basis as domestic
bank holding companies from the
foreign bank's home state.  For
purposes of determining national
treatment under paragraph 6(b) of
Article 1407, foreign banks are
located in their "home state," as that
term is used in the International
Banking Act of 1978.

The following types of measures, inter
alia, fall into this category: 

     (a) Foreign banks are expressly
 excluded from the authority
 to own banks in certain
 regional holding company
 laws.

     (b) Foreign banks
 are implicitly excluded through a
definition of eligible owner
in certain state laws that
requires a majority of the
parent bank's deposits to be
in the United States, in a
particular region of the
United States, or in a
particular state.

     (c) Foreign banks
 that do not already own a
 banking subsidiary in
 the United States are
 interpreted as not qualifying
 as an eligible "bank holding
 company" entitled to own
 a bank.

DURATION:Indeterminate

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SECTOR: Financial Services

SUB-SECTOR: Banking

TYPE OF RESERVATION: Article 1407 (National Treatment)

MEASURE: Limitations on ownership of corporations organized under
	 section 25A of the Federal Reserve Act ("Edge corporations")

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Federal Reserve Act, 12 U.S.C.  619.

DESCRIPTION: Edge corporations (specialized
international banking companies
chartered under Federal law) may be
owned by domestically-owned banks and
bank holding companies, and by
domestic non-bank companies willing to
restrict their business activities to
those closely related to banking. 
Foreign ownership of Edge corporations
is limited to foreign banks and U.S.
subsidiaries of foreign banks.  Other
foreign persons may neither directly
nor indirectly own Edge corporations.

DURATION: Indeterminate

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SECTOR: Financial Services

SUB-SECTOR: Banking

TYPE OF RESERVATION: Article 1407 (National Treatment)

MEASURE: Exemption from limitations for federal- and state-owned companies 
	 that own banks

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Bank Holding Company Act of 1956, as amended, 
		12 U.S.C.  1841(b)

DESCRIPTION: The Bank Holding Company Act does not apply to companies that 
	     are majority-owned by the Federal and state governments, 
	     whereas companies owned by foreign governments are not
	     excepted.

DURATION: Indeterminate

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SECTOR: Financial Services

SUB-SECTOR: Banking

TYPE OF RESERVATION: Article 1407 (National Treatment)

MEASURE: Limitations on the ability of foreign banks to accept certain 
types of deposits through any form other than an insured banking subsidiary

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: International Banking Act of 1978,
		12 U.S.C. 3104 (as amended by The
		Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Improvement Act of 1991,
		Pub.L. 102-242, Title II,  214(a)).

DESCRIPTION: After December 19, 1991, in order to accept or maintain deposit 
accounts having balances of less than $100,000, a foreign bank must establish
an insured banking subsidiary.  As a result, foreign bank branches are
prohibited from taking insured deposits unless engaged in that
activity on December 19, 1991.

DURATION: Indeterminate

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SECTOR: Financial Services

SUB-SECTOR: Banking

TYPE OF RESERVATION: Article 1407 (National Treatment)

MEASURE: Limitations on membership in the Federal Reserve System

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Federal Reserve Act, 12 U.S.C.  321, 221, 302; 
		International Banking Act of 1978, 12 U.S.C.  3106(d).

DESCRIPTION: Foreign banks with branches and agencies in the United States 
may not be members of the Federal Reserve System, and may thus not vote for
directors of a Federal Reserve Bank.

DURATION: Indeterminate

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                       Schedule of the United States


SECTOR: Financial Services

SUB-SECTOR: Banking and Securities

TYPE OF RESERVATION: Articles 1407 and 1408 (National Treatment, 
		     Most-Favored-Nation Treatment)

MEASURE: Limitation on designation of foreign firms as primary dealers in U.S.
	 government securities

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: The Primary Dealers Act of 1988, 22 U.S.C.  5341-5342.

DESCRIPTION: The Primary Dealers Act of 1988 prohibits a foreign firm to be
designated as a primary dealer in U.S. government debt obligations unless the
home country of the foreign firm accords to U.S. firms the same
competitive opportunities as are accorded to domestic firms in the
underwriting and distribution of government debt instruments in the
firm's home country.

DURATION: Indeterminate

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SECTOR: Financial Services

SUB-SECTOR: Banking and Securities

TYPE OF RESERVATION: Articles 1407, 1408 and 1409 (National Treatment, 
		     MFN Treatment, Staffing)

MEASURE: Eligibility of foreign trust indentures

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Trust Indenture Act of 1939, 15 U.S.C. 
		 77jjj(a)(1) and rules thereunder.

DESCRIPTION: Under the Trust Indenture Act of 1939, foreign firms located 
outside the United States may be prohibited from acting as sole trustees 
under an indenture for debt securities sold in the United States if U.S.
institutional trustees cannot act as sole trustee for securities sold in
the foreign country.

DURATION: Indeterminate

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SECTOR: Financial Services

SUB-SECTOR: Banking and Securities

TYPE OF RESERVATION: Article 1409 (MFN Treatment)

MEASURE: Special reserve bank account

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Rule 15c3-3 of the Securities Exchange
		Act of 1934, 17 C.F.R.  240.15c3-3.

DESCRIPTION: Broker-dealers that maintain their
principal place of business in Canada may maintain their reserve requirement
at a Canadian bank subject to supervision by an authority of Canada;
however, other foreign broker-dealers not in the U.S. or Canada must
maintain reserves in the U.S.

DURATION: Indeterminate

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                                  PART A
                       Schedule of the United States


SECTOR: Financial Services

SUB-SECTOR: Commodity Futures and Options 

TYPE OF RESERVATION: Articles 1405 and 1406 (Cross-Border Trade, 
		     New Financial Services)

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Commodity Exchange Act, 7 U.S.C.  2.

DESCRIPTION: Federal law prohibits the offer or
sale of futures contracts on onions, options contracts on onions and
options on futures contracts on onions in the United States and services
related thereto.

DURATION: Indeterminate

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SECTOR: Financial Services

SUB-SECTOR: Insurance

TYPE OF RESERVATION: Article 1407 (National Treatment)

MEASURE: 

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: 31 U.S.C.  9304

DESCRIPTION: Branches of foreign insurance
companies are not permitted to provide surety bonds for U.S. Government
contracts.

DURATION: Indeterminate

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SECTOR: Financial Services

SUB-SECTOR: Banking and Securities

TYPE OF RESERVATION: Article 1407 (National Treatment)

MEASURE: Differential treatment of foreign and domestic banks under the 
	 federal securities laws

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Investment Advisors Act of 1940, 15 U.S.C.  80b-2 and 
		 80b-3 and the rules thereunder.

DESCRIPTION: Foreign banks may be required to
register as investment advisers under the Investment Advisors Act of 1940 to
engage in securities advisory services in the United States, while domestic
banks are exempt from registration.

DURATION: Indeterminate

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SECTOR: Financial Services

SUB-SECTOR: Securities

TYPE OF RESERVATION: Article 1407 (National Treatment)

MEASURE: Application of the disclosure
	 provisions of the federal securities laws to the U.S. government,
	 government-owned enterprises, and state and local governments.

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Securities Exchange Act of 1934, 15
		U.S.C.  78c(a)(12)(A)(i),
		78c(a)(12)(A)(ii) and the rules
		thereunder; Securities Act of 1933, 15
		U.S.C.  77c(a)(2) and the rules
		thereunder.

DESCRIPTION: U.S. federal, state and local
government securities are exempt from the registration and disclosure
provisions of the federal securities laws.

DURATION: Indeterminate 

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SECTOR: Financial Services

SUB-SECTOR: Securities TYPE OF RESERVATION: Article 1407 (National Treatment)

MEASURE: Application of the federal securities laws to the U.S. government,
	 government owned enterprises, and state and local governments

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Investment Company Act of 1940, 15
		U.S.C.  80a-2(b), and the rules
		thereunder; Investment Advisers Act of
		1940, 15 U.S.C.  80-2(b), and the
		rules thereunder.

DESCRIPTION: The Investment Company Act of 1940 and
the Investment Advisers Act of 1940 do not apply to investment companies and
investment advisers, respectively, that are owned by the federal, state
and local governments, whereas investment companies and investment
advisers owned by foreign governments are not excepted.

DURATION: Indeterminate

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SECTOR: Financial Services

SUB-SECTOR: Banking and Securities

TYPE OF RESERVATION: Article 1407 (National Treatment)

MEASURE: Application of the federal securities laws to the U.S. government,
	 government-owned enterprises, and state and local governments.

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Securities Exchange Act of 1934, 15
		U.S.C.  78c(a)(43)(A), 78c(a)(44)(A)
		and 78c(d) the rules thereunder.  

DESCRIPTION: No provision of the Exchange Act
applies to the U.S. government.  Thus, U.S.-owned exchanges, clearing
agencies, brokers, dealers, and banks are not regulated under the Exchange
Act.  In addition, U.S. government enterprises are exempt from government
securities broker and dealer registration and regulation.  State
and local government officials are also exempted from the registration as
brokers, dealers, and municipal securities dealers.

DURATION: Indeterminate

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SECTOR: Financial Services

SUB-SECTOR: 

TYPE OF RESERVATION: Article 1407 (National Treatment)

MEASURE: 

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: 

DESCRIPTION: Foreign government owned firms are not
entitled to extend credit backed by the guarantees of the Commodity Credit
Corporation.

DURATION: Indeterminate

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     The United States shall set out any existing non-conforming
measures maintained by California, Florida, Illinois, New York,
Ohio, and Texas by the date of entry into force of this
Agreement.  Existing non-conforming state measures of all other
states shall be set out  by January 1, 1995.

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                                  PART B
                       Schedule of the United States

     The United States reserves the right to derogate from
Articles 1405(1) and 1408 for the securities sector with respect
to Canada.  With respect to these Articles, the United States may
adopt or maintain measures affecting cross-border trade in
securities services that are more restrictive than measures
existing on the date of entry into force of this Agreement.  

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                                 ANNEX VII
                                  PART C
                       Schedule of the United States

     The United States commits to permit an eligible grupo
financiero that, in formation of the grupo in Mexico before the
entry into force of this Agreement, lawfully acquires an eligible
Mexican bank and a Mexican securities firm which owns or controls
a securities company in the United States, to continue to engage
through that U.S. securities company in the activities in which
that securities company was engaged on the date of acquisition by
the grupo for a time period of five years from the date of such
acquisition.  The U.S. securities firm:   (i) shall not be
permitted to expand through acquisition in the United States
during such period; and (ii) shall be subject to measures
consistent with national treatment that restrict transactions
between the firms and their affiliates.  For purposes of this
paragraph: an "eligible grupo financiero" is a Mexican financial
group that has not previously benefitted from this commitment;
and an "eligible Mexican bank" means any Mexican instituci¢n de
cr‚dito that owned or controlled a subsidiary bank, or operated a
branch or agency, in the United States on January 1, 1992.

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                                  PART D
                      Schedule of the United States 

     For the purposes of Article 1413(2), the United States
designates the Department of the Treasury as its governmental
agency responsible for banking and other financial services, and
the United States Department of Commerce for insurance services.