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TITLE 19—Customs Duties

CHAPTER III—INTERNATIONAL TRADE ADMINISTRATION, DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE

PART 351—ANTIDUMPING AND COUNTERVAILING DUTIES

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Subpart A—SCOPE AND DEFINITIONS

§351.101
Scope.
§351.102
Definitions.
§351.103
Central Records Unit and Administrative Protective Order and Dockets Unit.
§351.104
Record of proceedings.
§351.105
Public, business proprietary, privileged, and classified information.
§351.106
De minimis net countervailable subsidies and weighted-average dumping margins disregarded.
§351.107
Cash deposit rates for nonproducing exporters; rates in antidumping proceedings involving a nonmarket economy country.
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Subpart B—ANTIDUMPING AND COUNTERVAILING DUTY PROCEDURES

§351.201
Self-initiation.
§351.202
Petition requirements.
§351.203
Determination of sufficiency of petition.
§351.204
Time periods and persons examined; voluntary respondents; exclusions.
§351.205
Preliminary determination.
§351.206
Critical circumstances.
§351.207
Termination of investigation.
§351.208
Suspension of investigation.
§351.209
Violation of suspension agreement.
§351.210
Final determination.
§351.211
Antidumping order and countervailing duty order.
§351.212
Assessment of antidumping and countervailing duties; provisional measures deposit cap; interest on certain overpayments and underpayments.
§351.213
Administrative review of orders and suspension agreements under section 751(a)(1) of the Act.
§351.214
New shipper reviews under section 751(a)(2)(B) of the Act.
§351.215
Expedited antidumping review and security in lieu of estimated duty under section 736(c) of the Act.
§351.216
Changed circumstances review under section 751(b) of the Act.
§351.217
Reviews to implement results of subsidies enforcement proceeding under section 751(g) of the Act.
§351.218
Sunset reviews under section 751(c) of the Act.
§351.219
Reviews of countervailing duty orders in connection with an investigation under section 753 of the Act.
§351.220
Countervailing duty review at the direction of the President under section 762 of the Act.
§351.221
Review procedures.
§351.222
Revocation of orders; termination of suspended investigations.
§351.223
Procedures for initiation of downstream product monitoring.
§351.224
Disclosure of calculations and procedures for the correction of ministerial errors.
§351.225
Scope rulings.
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Subpart C—INFORMATION AND ARGUMENT

§351.301
Time limits for submission of factual information.
§351.302
Extension of time limits; return of untimely filed or unsolicited material.
§351.303
Filing, document identification, format, translation, service, and certification of documents.
§351.304
Establishing business proprietary treatment of information.
§351.305
Access to business proprietary information.
§351.306
Use of business proprietary information.
§351.307
Verification of information.
§351.308
Determinations on the basis of the facts available.
§351.309
Written argument.
§351.310
Hearings.
§351.311
Countervailable subsidy practice discovered during investigation or review.
§351.312
Industrial users and consumer organizations.
§351.313
Attorneys or representatives.
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Subpart D—CALCULATION OF EXPORT PRICE, CONSTRUCTED EXPORT PRICE, FAIR VALUE, AND NORMAL VALUE

§351.401
In general.
§351.402
Calculation of export price and constructed export price; reimbursement of antidumping and countervailing duties.
§351.403
Sales used in calculating normal value; transactions between affiliated parties.
§351.404
Selection of the market to be used as the basis for normal value.
§351.405
Calculation of normal value based on constructed value.
§351.406
Calculation of normal value if sales are made at less than cost of production.
§351.407
Calculation of constructed value and cost of production.
§351.408
Calculation of normal value of merchandise from nonmarket economy countries.
§351.409
Differences in quantities.
§351.410
Differences in circumstances of sale
§351.411
Differences in physical characteristics.
§351.412
Levels of trade; adjustment for difference in level of trade; constructed export price offset.
§351.413
Disregarding insignificant adjustments.
§351.414
Comparison of normal value with export price (constructed export price).
§351.415
Conversion of currency.
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Subpart E—IDENTIFICATION AND MEASUREMENT OF COUNTERVAILABLE SUBSIDIES

§351.501
Scope.
§351.502
Specificity of domestic subsidies.
§351.503
Benefit.
§351.504
Grants.
§351.505
Loans.
§351.506
Loan guarantees.
§351.507
Equity.
§351.508
Debt forgiveness.
§351.509
Direct taxes.
§351.510
Indirect taxes and import charges (other than export programs).
§351.511
Provision of goods or services.
§351.512
Purchase of goods. [Reserved]
§351.513
Worker-related subsidies.
§351.514
Export subsidies.
§351.515
Internal transport and freight charges for export shipments.
§351.516
Price preferences for inputs used in the production of goods for export.
§351.517
Exemption or remission upon export of indirect taxes.
§351.518
Exemption, remission, or deferral upon export of prior-stage cumulative indirect taxes.
§351.519
Remission or drawback of import charges upon export.
§351.520
Export insurance.
§351.521
Import substitution subsidies. [Reserved]
§351.522
Green light and green box subsidies.
§351.523
Upstream subsidies.
§351.524
Allocation of benefit to a particular time period.
§351.525
Calculation of ad valorem subsidy rate and attribution of subsidy to a product.
§351.526
Program-wide changes.
§351.527
Transnational subsidies.
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Subpart F—SUBSIDY DETERMINATIONS REGARDING CHEESE SUBJECT TO AN IN-QUOTA RATE OF DUTY

§351.601
Annual list and quarterly update of subsidies.
§351.602
Determination upon request.
§351.603
Complaint of price-undercutting by subsidized imports.
§351.604
Access to information.
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Subpart G—APPLICABILITY DATES

§351.701
Applicability dates.
§351.702
Applicability dates for countervailing duty regulations.
Appendix
Annex I to Part 351—Deadlines for Parties in Countervailing Investigations
Appendix
Annex II to Part 351—Deadlines for Parties in Countervailing Administrative Reviews
Appendix
Annex III to Part 351—Deadlines for Parties in Antidumping Investigations
Appendix
Annex IV to Part 351—Deadlines for Parties in Antidumping Administrative Reviews
Appendix
Annex V to Part 351—Comparison of Prior and New Regulations
Appendix
Annex VI to Part 351—Countervailing Investigations Timeline
Appendix
Annex VII to Part 351—Antidumping Investigations Timeline
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Annex VIII-A to Part 351—Schedule for 90-Day Sunset Reviews
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Annex VIII-B to Part 351—Schedule for Expedited Sunset Reviews
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Annex VIII-C to Part 351—Schedule for Full Sunset Reviews


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