Title 19 published on 2013-04-01
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The Department of Commerce (“Department”) is modifying its regulation which states that the Department normally will use the price that a nonmarket economy (“NME”) producer pays to a market economy supplier when a factor of production is purchased from a market economy supplier and paid for in market economy currency, in the calculation of normal value (“NV”) in antidumping proceedings involving NME countries. The rule establishes a requirement that the input at issue be produced in one or more market economy countries, and a revised threshold requiring that “substantially all” ( i.e., 85 percent) of an input be purchased from one or more market economy suppliers before the Department uses the purchase price paid to value the entire factor of production. The Department is making this change because it finds that a market economy input price is not the best available information for valuing all purchases of that input when market economy purchases of an input do not account for substantially all purchases of the input.
The Department of Commerce (“the Department”) is amending the regulation which governs the certification of factual information submitted to the Department by a person or his or her representative during antidumping (“AD”) and countervailing duty (“CVD”) proceedings. The amended regulation is intended to strengthen the current certification requirements. For example, the amendment revises the certification in order to identify to which document the certification applies, to identify to which segment of an AD/CVD proceeding the certification applies, to identify who is making the certification, and to indicate the date on which the certification was made. In addition, the amendments are intended to ensure that parties and their counsel are aware of potential consequences for false certifications.
The Department of Commerce (the Department) is amending its regulations to add a subsection that strengthens the accountability of attorneys and non-attorney representatives who appear in proceedings before the Import Administration (IA). The rule provides that both attorneys and non-attorney representatives will be subject to disciplinary action for misconduct based upon good cause. The rule will assist the Department in maintaining the integrity of its proceedings by deterring misconduct by those who appear before it in antidumping duty (AD) and countervailing duty (CVD) proceedings.
The Department of Commerce (the Department) is modifying its regulations, which define “factual information” and establish time limits for the submission of factual information in antidumping (AD) and countervailing duty (CVD) proceedings. The modifications to the definition of factual information more clearly describe the types of information that can be submitted by a person or placed on the record by the Department in a segment of the proceeding. The modifications to the time limits enable the Department to efficiently determine the type of information being submitted and whether it is timely filed; they also ensure that the Department has sufficient opportunity to review submissions of factual information.
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§ 1202 note - Harmonized Tariff Schedule
§ 1303 note - Repealed.
§ 1671 - Countervailing duties imposed
§ 1671a - Procedures for initiating a countervailing duty investigation
§ 1671b - Preliminary determinations
§ 1671c - Termination or suspension of investigation
§ 1671d - Final determinations
§ 1671e - Assessment of duty
§ 1671f - Treatment of difference between deposit of estimated countervailing duty and final assessed duty under countervailing duty orders
§ 1671g - Effect of derogation of Export-Import Bank financing
§ 1671h - Conditional payment of countervailing duties
§ 3538 - Administrative action following WTO panel reports
The following are ALL rules, proposed rules, and notices (chronologically) published in the Federal Register relating to 19 CFR 351 after this date.