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proprietary information submitted to the Secretary only to: (1) An authorized applicant; (2) An employee of the Department of Commerce or the...


an investigation or issuing final results of review, the Secretary may verify relevant factual information. This section clarifies when verification will occur, the contents of...


make determinations on the basis of the facts available whenever necessary information is not available on the record, an interested party or any other person withholds or...


an antidumping or countervailing duty proceeding. This section sets forth the time limits for submission of case and rebuttal briefs and provides guidance on what should...


hearing, indicates that the Secretary may consolidate hearings, and explains when the Secretary may hold closed hearing sessions. (b) Pre-hearing conference. The Secretary...


During the course of a countervailing duty investigation or review, Department officials may discover or receive notice of a practice that appears to provide...


comment by consumer organizations and industrial users on matters relevant to a particular determination of dumping, subsidization, or injury. This section...


(a) Introduction. In general terms, an antidumping analysis involves a comparison of export price or constructed export price in the United States with normal value in the...


constructed export price; reimbursement of antidumping and countervailing duties. (a) Introduction. In order to establish export price, constructed export price,...


transactions between affiliated parties. (a) Introduction. This section clarifies when the Secretary may use offers for sale in determining normal...


as the basis for normal value. (a) Introduction. Although in most circumstances sales of the foreign like product in the home market are the most appropriate...


on constructed value. (a) Introduction. In certain circumstances, the Secretary may determine normal value by constructing a value based on the cost of...


are made at less than cost of production. (a) Introduction. In determining normal value, the Secretary may disregard sales of the foreign like product made at...


and cost of production. (a) Introduction. This section sets forth certain rules that are common to the calculation of constructed value and the cost of production....


merchandise from nonmarket economy countries. (a) Introduction. In identifying dumping from a nonmarket economy country, the Secretary normally will calculate...


(a) Introduction. Because the quantity of merchandise sold may affect the price, in comparing export price or constructed export price with normal value, the Secretary will...


sale (a) Introduction. In calculating normal value the Secretary may make adjustments to account for certain differences in the circumstances of sales in the...


(a) Introduction. In comparing United States sales with foreign market sales, the Secretary may determine that the merchandise sold in the United States does...


difference in level of trade; constructed export price offset. (a) Introduction. In comparing United States sales with foreign market sales, the Secretary may...


Ordinarily, under section 777A(a)(2) of the Act, an ``insignificant adjustment'' is any individual adjustment having an ad valorem effect of less than 0.33...


export price (constructed export price). (a) Introduction. The Secretary normally will average prices used as the basis for normal value and, in an investigation,...


(a) In general. In an antidumping proceeding, the Secretary will convert foreign currencies into United States dollars using the rate of exchange on the date of sale of the...


The provisions of this subpart E set forth rules regarding the identification and measurement of countervailable subsidies. Where this subpart E does not expressly deal...


a subsidy is de facto specific, the Secretary will examine the factors contained in section 771(5A)(D)(iii) of the Act sequentially in order of their appearance. If...


a specific rule for the measurement of a benefit is contained in this subpart E, the Secretary will measure the extent to which a financial contribution (or income or...


of the grant. (b) Time of receipt of benefit. In the case of a grant, the Secretary normally will consider a benefit as having been received on the date on which...


to the extent that the amount a firm pays on the government-provided loan is less than the amount the firm would pay on a comparable commercial loan(s) that the firm...


benefit exists to the extent that the total amount a firm pays for the loan with the government-provided guarantee is less than the total amount the firm would pay for...


infusion, a benefit exists to the extent that the investment decision is inconsistent with the usual investment practice of private investors, including the...


a firm's debt obligation, a benefit exists equal to the amount of the principal and/or interest (including accrued, unpaid interest) that the government has assumed...


of a program that provides for a full or partial exemption or remission of a direct tax (e.g., an income tax), or a reduction in the base used to calculate a direct tax,...


Exemption or remission of taxes. In the case of a program, other than an export program, that provides for the full or partial exemption or remission of an indirect tax...


goods or services are provided, a benefit exists to the extent that such goods or services are provided for less than adequate remuneration. See section 771(5)(E)(iv) of...


assistance to workers, a benefit exists to the extent that the assistance relieves a firm of an obligation that it normally would incur. (b) Time of receipt of benefit....


be an export subsidy if the Secretary determines that eligibility for, approval of, or the amount of, a subsidy is contingent upon export performance. In applying this...


general. In the case of internal transport and freight charges on export shipments, a benefit exists to the extent that the charges paid by a firm for transport or freight...


(a) Benefit--(1) In general. In the case of a program involving the provision by governments or their agencies, either directly or indirectly through...


case of the exemption or remission upon export of indirect taxes, a benefit exists to the extent that the Secretary determines that the amount remitted or exempted exceeds the...


(a) Benefit--(1) Exemption of prior-stage cumulative indirect taxes. In the case of a program that provides for the exemption of prior-stage cumulative...


general. The term ``remission or drawback'' includes full or partial exemptions and deferrals of import charges. (i) Remission or drawback of import charges. In the case of...


a benefit exists if the premium rates charged are inadequate to cover the long-term operating costs and losses of the program. (2) Amount of the benefit. If...


Secretary will treat as non- countervailable domestic support measures that are provided to certain agricultural products (i.e., products listed in Annex 1 of the WTO...


general. Before investigating the existence of an upstream subsidy (see section 771A of the Act), the Secretary must have a reasonable basis to believe or suspect that all of...


in Sec. Sec. 351.504-351.523, the Secretary will allocate benefits to a particular time period in accordance with this section. (a) Recurring benefits. The...


(a) Calculation of ad valorem subsidy rate. The Secretary will calculate an ad valorem subsidy rate by dividing the amount of the benefit allocated to the period...


into account in establishing the estimated countervailing duty cash deposit rate if: (1) The Secretary determines that subsequent to the period of...


the Act (subsidies provided to international consortia) and section 771A of the Act (upstream subsidies), a subsidy does not exist if the Secretary determines that the...


subsidies. The Secretary will make the determinations called for by section 702(a) of the Trade Agreements Act of 1979, as amended (19 U.S.C. 1202 note) based on...


(a) Request for determination. (1) Any person, including the Secretary of Agriculture, who has reason to believe there have been changes in or additions to the latest annual...


imports. Upon receipt of a complaint filed with the Secretary of Agriculture under section 702(b) of the Trade Agreements Act concerning price- undercutting...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 19, Volume 3] [Revised as of April 1, 2004] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 19CFR351.604] [Page 285] TITLE 19--CUSTOMS DUTIES DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE PART 351_ANTIDUMPING AND COUNTERVAILING DUTIES--Table of Contents Subpart F_Subsidy Determinations Regarding Cheese Subject to an In-Quota Rate of Duty Sec. 351.604 Access to information. Subpart C of this part applies to factual information submitted in connection with this subpart. ...


initiated on the basis of requests made on or after the first day of July, 1997, to all investigations and other segments of proceedings initiated on the basis...


initiated on the basis of requests made on or after the first day of July, 1997, to all investigations and other segments of proceedings initiated on the basis...
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Suspension of rules. 354.5 Report of violation and investigation. 354.6 Initiation of proceedings. 354.7 Charging letter. 354.8...


of the Tariff Act of 1930, as amended; APO Sanctions Board means the Administrative Protective Order Sanctions Board. Business proprietary information means...


(1) Barring such person from appearing before the International Trade Administration to represent another for a designated time period from the date of publication...


waive any rule in the part upon determining that no party will be unduly prejudiced [[Page 297]] and the ends of justice will thereby be served and upon notice...


have been violated will provide the information to the Senior APO Specialist or the Chief Counsel. (b) Upon receiving information which indicates that a person...


Deputy Under Secretary for International Trade will determine whether there is reasonable cause to believe that a person has violated an administrative protective order. If...


party which includes: (1) A statement of the allegation that a administrative protective order has been violated and the basis thereof; (2) A statement of...


interim sanctions are necessary to protect the interests of the Department or others, including the protection of business proprietary information, the Deputy...


the charging letter. However, the Deputy Under Secretary may request a hearing only if the interests of justice would thereby be served. (b) Upon timely receipt of a...


relevant to the subject matter of the pending proceeding. (b) Interrogatories and requests for admissions or production of documents. A [[Page...


consider: (i) Simplification of issues; (ii) Obtaining stipulations of fact and of documents to avoid unnecessary proof; (iii) Settlement of...


unless the presiding official determines otherwise based upon good cause shown that another location would better serve the interests of justice. In setting the date,...


will submit for inclusion into the record and provide each charged or affected party information supporting the allegations in the charging letter. Each charged or...


the APO Sanctions Board, providing copies to the parties. The presiding official or Deputy Under Secretary will ordinarily issue the decision within 20 days of...


consists of the Under Secretary for International Trade, who shall serve as Chairperson, the Under Secretary for Economic Affairs, and the General Counsel. (b)...


motion, including any facts or points of law which the party claims the APO Sanctions Board has overlooked or misapplied. The party may file the motion within 30 days of...


as the Department makes a final decision under these regulations, no longer subject to reconsideration, imposing a sanction. (b) The charged party or counsel for the...


of the Secretary's decision or of the existence of a settlement will be published in the Federal Register. If a final decision is reached, such publication will be no...


charged or affected party has fully complied with the terms of the sanctions and has not been found to have violated another administrative protective order, the party...


Subpart A_Scope and Definitions Sec. 356.1 Scope. 356.2 Definitions. Subpart B_Procedures for Commencing Review of Final Determinations 356.3...




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