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Title 13Chapter IIIPart 315


TITLE 13—Business Credit and Assistance

CHAPTER III—ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ADMINISTRATION, DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE

PART 315—TRADE ADJUSTMENT ASSISTANCE FOR FIRMS

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Subpart A—GENERAL PROVISIONS

§315.1
Purpose and scope.
§315.2
Definitions.
§315.3
Confidential Business Information.
§315.4
Eligible applicants.
§315.5
TAAC scope, selection, evaluation and awards.
§315.6
Firm eligibility for Adjustment Assistance.
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Subpart B—CERTIFICATION OF FIRMS

§315.7
Certification requirements.
§315.8
Processing petitions for certification.
§315.9
Hearings.
§315.10
Loss of certification benefits.
§315.11
Appeals, final determinations and termination of certification.
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Subpart C—PROTECTIVE PROVISIONS

§315.12
Recordkeeping.
§315.13
Audit and examination.
§315.14
Certifications.
§315.15
Conflicts of interest.
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Subpart D—ADJUSTMENT PROPOSALS

§315.16
Adjustment proposal requirements.
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Subpart E—ASSISTANCE TO INDUSTRIES

§315.17
Assistance to firms in import-impacted industries.

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