extended period of time

(2) Definitions and special rules For purposes of this subsection— (A) Reasonable grounds to believe or suspect (i) Review In a review conducted under section 1675 of this title involving a specific exporter, there are reasonable grounds to believe or suspect that sales of the foreign like product have been made at prices that are less than the cost of production of the product if the administering authority disregarded some or all of the exporter’s sales pursuant to paragraph (1) in the investigation or, if a review has been completed, in the most recently completed review. (ii) Requests for information In an investigation initiated under section 1673a of this title or a review conducted under section 1675 of this title , the administering authority shall request information necessary to calculate the constructed value and cost of production under subsections (e) and (f) to determine whether there are reasonable grounds to believe or suspect that sales of the foreign like product have been made at prices that represent less than the cost of production of the product. (B) Extended period of time The term “extended period of time” means a period that is normally 1 year, but not less than 6 months. (C) Substantial quantities Sales made at prices below the cost of production have been made in substantial quantities if— (i) the volume of such sales represents 20 percent or more of the volume of sales under consideration for the determination of normal value, or (ii) the weighted average per unit price of the sales under consideration for the determination of normal value is less than the weighted average per unit cost of production for such sales. (D) Recovery of costs If prices which are below the per unit cost of production at the time of sale are above the weighted average per unit cost of production for the period of investigation or review, such prices shall be considered to provide for recovery of costs within a reasonable period of time.

Source

19 USC § 1677b(b)(2)


Scoping language

None identified. Default scope is assumed to be the entire title.
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