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Title 19Chapter IIIPart 354


TITLE 19—Customs Duties

CHAPTER III—INTERNATIONAL TRADE ADMINISTRATION, DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE

PART 354—PROCEDURES FOR IMPOSING SANCTIONS FOR VIOLATION OF AN ANTIDUMPING OR COUNTERVAILING DUTY ADMINISTRATIVE PROTECTIVE ORDER

rule
§354.1
Scope.
§354.2
Definitions.
§354.3
Sanctions.
§354.4
Suspension of rules.
§354.5
Report of violation and investigation.
§354.6
Initiation of proceedings.
§354.7
Charging letter.
§354.8
Interim sanctions.
§354.9
Request for a hearing.
§354.10
Discovery.
§354.11
Prehearing conference.
§354.12
Hearing.
§354.13
Proceeding without a hearing.
§354.14
Initial decision.
§354.15
Final decision.
§354.16
Reconsideration.
§354.17
Confidentiality.
§354.18
Public notice of sanctions.
§354.19
Sunset.


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