usual commercial quantities

The term “usual commercial quantities”, in any case in which the subject merchandise is sold in the market under consideration at different prices for different quantities, means the quantities in which such merchandise is there sold at the price or prices for one quantity in an aggregate volume which is greater than the aggregate volume sold at the price or prices for any other quantity.


19 USC § 1677(17)

Scoping language

None identified, default scope is assumed to be the parent (part IV) of this section.
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