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Title 15Subtitle BChapter VIISubchapter BPart 718 → Appendix

Title 15: Commerce and Foreign Trade

Supplement No. 1 to Part 718—Confidential Business Information Declared or Reported*

    Fields containing
confidential business
Schedule 1 Forms:
Certification FormNONE.
Form 1-1NONE.
Form 1-2All fields.
Form 1-2AAll fields.
Form 1-2BAll fields.
Form 1-3All fields.
Form 1-4All fields.
Schedule 2 Forms:
Certification FormNONE.
Form 2-1NONE.
Form 2-2Question 2-2.9
Form 2-3All fields.
Form 2-3AAll fields.
Form 2-3BAll fields.
Form 2-3CAll fields.
Form 2-4All fields.
Schedule 3 Forms:
Certification FormNONE.
Form 3-1NONE.
Form 3-2NONE.
Form 3-3All fields.
Form 3-4All fields.
Unscheduled Discrete Organic Chemicals Forms:
Certification FormNONE.
FORMS A and B and attachments (all Schedules and UDOCs)Case-by-case; must be identified by submitter.

*This table lists those data fields on the Declaration and Report Forms that request “confidential business information” (CBI) as defined by the Act (sections 103(g) and 304(e)(2)). As provided by section 404(a) of the Act, CBI is exempt from disclosure in response to a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request under sections 552(b)(3) and 552(b)(4) (5 U.S.C.A. 552(b)(3)-(4)), unless a determination is made, pursuant to section 404(c) of the Act, that such disclosure is in the national interest. Other FOIA exemptions to disclosure may also apply. You must identify CBI provided in Form A and/or Form B attachments, and provide the reasons supporting your claim of confidentiality, except that Schedule 1 facility technical descriptions submitted with initial declarations are always considered to include CBI. If you believe that information you are submitting in a data field marked “none” in the Table is CBI, as defined by the Act, you must identify the specific information and provide the reasons supporting your claim of confidentiality in a cover letter.

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