An order shall exclude from assessments under the order any sale of cut flowers or cut greens for export from the United States.
(b) Making determinations
(1) In general
For the purpose of applying the $750,000 annual sales limitation to a specific person in order to determine the status of the person as a qualified handler or an exempt handler under section
6802(4) of this title, or to a specific facility in order to determine the status of the facility as an eligible separate facility under section
6806(b)(2) of this title, an order issued under this chapter shall provide that—
(A)a determination of the annual sales volume of a person or facility shall be based on the sales of cut flowers and cut greens by the person or facility during the most recently-completed calendar year, except as provided in subparagraph (B); and
(B)in the case of a new business or other operation for which complete data on sales during all or part of the most recently-completed calendar year are not available to the PromoFlor Council, the determination may be made using an alternative time period or other alternative procedure specified in the order.
(2) Rule of attribution
(A) In general
For the purpose of determining the annual sales volume of a person or a separate facility of a person, sales attributable to a person shall include—
(i)in the case of an individual, sales attributable to the spouse, children, grandchildren, parents, and grandparents of the person;
(ii)in the case of a partnership or member of a partnership, sales attributable to the partnership and other partners of the partnership;
(iii)in the case of an individual or a partnership, sales attributable to any corporation or other entity in which the individual or partnership owns more than 50 percent of the stock or (if the entity is not a corporation) that the individual or partnership controls; and
(iv)in the case of a corporation, sales attributable to any corporate subsidiary or other corporation or entity in which the corporation owns more than 50 percent of the stock or (if the entity is not a corporation) that the corporation controls.
(B) Stock and ownership interest
For the purpose of this paragraph, stock or an ownership interest in an entity that is owned by the spouse, children, grandchildren, parents, grandparents, or partners of an individual, or by a partnership in which a person is a partner, or by a corporation more than 50 percent of the stock of which is owned by a person, shall be treated as owned by the individual or person.
For the purpose of this subsection, the order may require a person who sells cut flowers or cut greens to retailers to submit reports to the PromoFlor Council on annual sales by the person.
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