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Title 19Chapter IISubchapter BPart 205


TITLE 19—Customs Duties

CHAPTER II—UNITED STATES INTERNATIONAL TRADE COMMISSION

SUBCHAPTER B—NONADJUDICATIVE INVESTIGATIONS

PART 205—INVESTIGATIONS TO DETERMINE THE PROBABLE ECONOMIC EFFECT ON THE ECONOMY OF THE UNITED STATES OF PROPOSED MODIFICATIONS OF DUTIES OR OF ANY BARRIER TO (OR OTHER DISTORTION OF) INTERNATIONAL TRADE OR OF TAKING RETALIATORY ACTIONS TO OBTAIN THE ELIMINATION OF UNJUSTIFIABLE OR UNREASONABLE FOREIGN ACTS OR POLICIES WHICH RESTRICT U.S. COMMERCE

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§205.1
Applicability of part.

Subpart A—INVESTIGATIONS TO DETERMINE THE PROBABLE ECONOMIC EFFECT OF MODIFICATIONS OF UNITED STATES DUTIES OR OF ANY BARRIER TO (OR OTHER DISTORTION OF) INTERNATIONAL TRADE ON DOMESTIC INDUSTRIES AND ON CONSUMERS

§205.2
Applicability of subpart.
§205.3
Investigations under sections 131 and 503 of the Trade Act of 1974.
§205.4
[Reserved]
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Subpart B—INVESTIGATIONS CONCERNING THE PROBABLE IMPACT ON THE ECONOMY OF THE UNITED STATES OF THE PRESIDENT'S TAKING RETALIATORY ACTION TO OBTAIN THE ELIMINATION OF UNJUSTIFIABLE OR UNREASONABLE FOREIGN ACTS OR POLICIES WHICH RESTRICT U.S. COMMERCE

§205.5
Applicability of subpart.
§205.6
Investigations under section 301(e)(3) of the Trade Act of 1974.


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