TITLE 19--CUSTOMS DUTIES TRADE COMMISSION PART 206_INVESTIGATIONS RELATING TO GLOBAL AND BILATERAL SAFEGUARD ACTIONS, MARKET DISRUPTION, TRADE DIVERSION, AND REVIEW OF RELIEF ACTIONS--Table of Contents Sec. 206.1 Applicability of part. Sec. 206.1 Applicability of part. Subpart A_General 206.2 Identification of type of petition or request. 206.3 Institution of investigations; publication of notice; and availability for public inspection. 206.4 Notification of other agencies. 206.5 Public hearing. 206.6 Report to the President. 206.7 Confidential business information; furnishing of nonconfidential summaries thereof. 206.8 Service, filing, and certification of documents. Subpart B_Investigations Relating to Global Safeguard Actions 206.11 Applicability of subpart. 206.12 Definitions applicable to subpart B of this part. 206.13 Who may file a petition. 206.14 Contents of petition. 206.15 Institution of investigation. 206.16 Industry adjustment plan and commitments. 206.17 Limited disclosure of certain confidential business information under administrative protective order. 206.18 Time for determinations, reporting. 206.19 Public report. Subpart C_Investigations Relating to a Surge in Imports From a NAFTA Country 206.21 Applicability of subpart. 206.22 Definition applicable to subpart C. 206.23 Who may file a request. 206.24 Contents of request. 206.25 Time for reporting. 206.26 Public report. Subpart D_Investigations Relating to Bilateral Safeguard Actions 206.31 Applicability of subpart. 206.32 Definitions applicable to subpart D. 206.33 Who may file a petition. 206.34 Contents of petition. 206.35 Time for determinations, reporting. 206.36 Public report. [[Page 72]] Subpart E_Investigations for Relief From Market Disruption 206.41 Applicability of subpart. 206.42 Who may file a petition. 206.43 Contents of a petition under section 406(a) of the Trade Act. 206.44 Contents of a petition under section 421(b) or (o) of the Trade Act. 206.44a Special rules for conducting investigations under section 421(b) of the Trade Act. 206.45 Time for reporting. 206.46 Public report. 206.47 Limited disclosure of certain confidential business information under administrative protective order. Subpart F_Monitoring; Advice As to Effect of Extension, Reduction, Modification, or Termination of Relief Action 206.51 Applicability of subpart. 206.52 Monitoring. 206.53 Investigations to advise the President as to the probable economic effect of reduction, modification, or termination of action. 206.54 Investigations with respect to extension of action. 206.55 Investigations to evaluate the effectiveness of relief. Subpart G_Investigations For Action in Response to Trade Diversion; Reviews of Action Taken 206.61 Applicability of subpart. 206.62 Who may file a petition. 206.63 Contents of petition. 206.64 Institution of investigation or review; publication of notice; and availability for public inspection. 206.65 Public hearing. 206.66 Limited disclosure of certain confidential business information under administrative protective order. 206.67 Time for determination and report. 206.68 Public report. Authority: 19 U.S.C. 1335, 2251-2254, 2451-2451a, 3351-3382; secs. 103, 301-302, Pub. L. 103-465, 108 Stat. 4809. Source: 59 FR 5091, Feb. 3, 1994, unless otherwise noted. This part 206 applies specifically to functions and duties of the Commission under sections 201-202, 204, 406, and 421-422 of the Trade Act of 1974, as amended (19 U.S.C. 2251, 2252, 2254, 2436, 2451-2451a) (hereinafter Trade Act), and sections 301-318 of the North American Free Trade Agreement Implementation Act (19 U.S.C. 3351 et seq.) (hereinafter NAFTA Implementation Act). Subpart A of this part sets forth rules generally applicable to investigations conducted under these provisions; for other rules of general application, see part 201 of this chapter. Subpart B of this part sets forth rules specifically applicable to petitions and investigations under section 202 of the Trade Act; subpart C sets forth rules specifically applicable to requests and investigations under section 312(c) of the NAFTA Implementation Act; subpart D sets forth rules specifically applicable to petitions and investigations under section 302 of the NAFTA Implementation Act; and subpart E sets forth rules specifically applicable to petitions and investigations under section 406 or 421 of the Trade Act. Subpart F of this part sets forth rules applicable to functions and duties under section 204 of the Trade Act. Subpart G sets forth rules applicable to functions and duties under section 422 of the Trade Act. [67 FR 8190, Feb. 22, 2002]





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