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TITLE 19—Customs Duties

CHAPTER II—UNITED STATES INTERNATIONAL TRADE COMMISSION

SUBCHAPTER B—NONADJUDICATIVE INVESTIGATIONS

PART 207—INVESTIGATIONS OF WHETHER INJURY TO DOMESTIC INDUSTRIES RESULTS FROM IMPORTS SOLD AT LESS THAN FAIR VALUE OR FROM SUBSIDIZED EXPORTS TO THE UNITED STATES

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§207.1
Applicability of part.

Subpart A—GENERAL PROVISIONS

§207.2
Definitions applicable to part 207.
§207.3
Service, filing, and certification of documents.
§207.4
The record.
§207.5
Ex parte meetings.
§207.6
[Reserved]
§207.7
Limited disclosure of certain business proprietary information under administrative protective order.
§207.8
Questionnaires to have the force of subpoenas; subpoena enforcement.
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Subpart B—PRELIMINARY DETERMINATIONS

§207.10
Filing of petition with the Commission.
§207.11
Contents of petition.
§207.12
Notice of preliminary phase of investigation.
§207.13
Cooperation with administering authority; preliminary phase of investigation.
§207.14
Negative petition determination.
§207.15
Written briefs and conference.
§207.16
[Reserved]
§207.17
Staff report.
§207.18
Notice of preliminary determination.
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Subpart C—FINAL DETERMINATIONS, SHORT LIFE CYCLE PRODUCTS

§207.20
Investigative activity following preliminary determination.
§207.21
Final phase notice of scheduling.
§207.22
Prehearing and final staff reports.
§207.23
Prehearing brief.
§207.24
Hearing.
§207.25
Posthearing briefs.
§207.26
Statements by nonparties.
§207.27
Short life cycle products.
§207.28
Anticircumvention.
§207.29
Publication of notice of determination.
§207.30
Comment on information.
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Subpart D—TERMINATED, SUSPENDED, AND CONTINUED INVESTIGATIONS, INVESTIGATIONS TO REVIEW NEGOTIATED AGREEMENTS, AND INVESTIGATIONS TO REVIEW OUTSTANDING DETERMINATIONS

§207.40
Termination and suspension of investigation.
§207.41
Commission review of agreements to eliminate the injurious effect of subsidized imports or imports sold at less than fair value.
§207.42
Investigation continued upon request.
§207.43
[Reserved]
§207.44
Consolidation of investigations.
§207.45
Investigation to review outstanding determination.
§207.46
Investigations concerning certain countervailing duty orders.
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Subpart E—JUDICIAL REVIEW

§207.50
Judicial review.
§207.51
Judicial review of denial of application for disclosure of certain business proprietary information under administrative protective order.
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Subpart F—FIVE-YEAR REVIEWS

§207.60
Definitions.
§207.61
Responses to notice of institution.
§207.62
Rulings on adequacy and nature of Commission review.
§207.63
Circulation of draft questionnaires.
§207.64
Staff reports.
§207.65
Prehearing briefs.
§207.66
Hearing.
§207.67
Posthearing briefs and statements.
§207.68
Final comments on information.
§207.69
Publication of determinations.
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Subpart G—IMPLEMENTING REGULATIONS FOR THE NORTH AMERICAN FREE TRADE AGREEMENT

§207.90
Scope.
§207.91
Definitions.
§207.92
Procedures for commencing review of final determinations.
§207.93
Protection of proprietary information during panel and committee proceedings.
§207.94
Protection of privileged information during panel and committee proceedings.

Procedures for Imposing Sanctions for Violation of the Provisions of a Protective Order Issued During Panel and Committee Proceedings

§207.100
Sanctions.
§207.101
Reporting of prohibited act and commencement of investigation.
§207.102
Initiation of proceedings.
§207.103
Charging letter.
§207.104
Response to charging letter.
§207.105
Confidentiality.
§207.106
Interim measures.
§207.107
Motions.
§207.108
Preliminary conference.
§207.109
Discovery.
§207.110
Subpoenas.
§207.111
Prehearing conference.
§207.112
Hearings.
§207.113
The record.
§207.114
Initial determination.
§207.115
Petition for review.
§207.116
Commission review on its own motion.
§207.117
Review by Commission.
§207.118
Role of the General Counsel in advising the Commission.
§207.119
Reconsideration.
§207.120
Public notice of sanctions.


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