15 CFR 768.5 - Contents of foreign availability submissions and Technical Advisory Committee certifications.
(a) All foreign availability submissions must contain, in addition to information on product or technology alleged to be available from foreign sources, at least:
(b) Foreign availability submissions and TAC certifications should contain as much evidence as is available to support the claim, including, but not limited to:
(3) Names and locations of the non-U.S. sources and the basis for claiming that the item is a non-U.S. source item;
(4) Key performance elements, attributes, and characteristics of the items on which a qualitative comparison may be made;
(5) Non-U.S. source's production quantities and/or sales of the alleged comparable items and marketing efforts;
(7) Product names, model designations, and value of U.S. controlled parts and components incorporated in the items alleged to be comparable; and
(8) The basis for the claim that the item is available-in-fact to the country or countries for which foreign availability is alleged.
Note to paragraph (c) of this section:
See Supplement No. 1 to part 768 for additional examples of supporting evidence.
(d) Upon receipt of a FAS or TAC certification, BIS will review it to determine whether there is sufficient evidence to support the belief that foreign availability may exist. If BIS determines the FAS or TAC certification is lacking in supporting evidence, BIS will seek additional evidence from appropriate sources, including the claimant or TAC. BIS will initiate the assessment when it determines that it has sufficient evidence that foreign availability may exist. Claimant and TAC certified assessments will be deemed to be initiated as of the date of such determination.
Title 15 published on 2014-01-01
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