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Title 15Subtitle CChapter XXPart 2006


TITLE 15—Commerce and Foreign Trade

Subtitle C—REGULATIONS RELATING TO FOREIGN TRADE AGREEMENTS

CHAPTER XX—OFFICE OF THE UNITED STATES TRADE REPRESENTATIVE

PART 2006—PROCEDURES FOR FILING PETITIONS FOR ACTION UNDER SECTION 301 OF THE TRADE ACT OF 1974, AS AMENDED

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§2006.0
Submission of petitions requesting action under section 301.
§2006.1
Information to be included in petition.
§2006.2
Adequacy of the petition.
§2006.3
Determinations regarding petitions.
§2006.4
Requests for information made to Foreign Governments or Instrumentalities.
§2006.5
Consultations with the Foreign Government.
§2006.6
Formal dispute settlement.
§2006.7
Public hearings.
§2006.8
Submission of written briefs.
§2006.9
Presentation of oral testimony at public hearings.
§2006.10
Waiver of requirements.
§2006.11
Consultations before making determinations.
§2006.12
Determinations; time limits.
§2006.13
Information open to public inspection.
§2006.14
Information not available.
§2006.15
Information exempt from public inspection.


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