19 CFR 357.102 - Short supply allowances.

§ 357.102 Short supply allowances.
(a) The Secretary will authorize a short supply allowance if:
(1) The product is covered by an arrangement that provides for the authorization of a short supply allowance;
(2) An adequate petition is filed with the Secretary requesting a short supply allowance with respect to the product; and
(3) The Secretary determines that short supply exists with respect to the product.
The Secretary's short supply determination will be based only on information included in the official record. Any determination by the Secretary that is found to be based on inaccurate information will be reconsidered immediately.
(b) Address and submit petitions and all other documents concerning a short supply review (accompanied by four copies) to the Secretary of Commerce, Attention: Import Administration, Room 7866, U.S. Department of Commerce, Pennsylvania Avenue and 14th Street NW., Washington, DC 20230. All documents submitted must reference the name or number of the particular short supply review.
(c) The Secretary generally will consider petitions for short supply allowances for up to one calendar year. For annual requests for products that are produced domestically, but for which the domestic industry has minimal available production capacity, the Secretary may grant a short supply allowance for less than a full year, if the Secretary believes that the situation may be significantly altered prior to the end of one year.
(d) If the Secretary grants only a portion of the short supply request, or grants a short supply allowance for less than a full year, the petitioner must file a new petition to receive an allowance for any subsequent period in the same year. The petitioner must file a new petition if it subsequently modifies its request to the extent that the modification represents a substantial change in its request.

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