Boys' shirts, robes, and pajamas, I. Jablow and Company, Inc. Philadelphia, Pa: report to the President on firm investigation no. TEA-F-51 and worker investigation no. TEA-W-192 under sections 301 (c)(1) and 301 (c)(2) of the Trade Expansion Act of 1962
U.S. Tariff Commission, 1973 - 8 pages
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10-percent surcharge effective 16 through Dec 1948 or ornamented 1951 of manmade ad val apparent consumption applicable to boys based on official bathrobes and beach beach robes cents per pound CM CM CM rH consumption of boys cotton were exempt Department of Commerce dress and sport dress shirts dressing gowns duty applicable duty on boys effective January gowns and robes imports of boys imports to consumption Infants are defined items of manmade June 30 Kennedy Round knit shirts Lace manmade fibers million dozen nightwear official statistics ornamented TSUS item Partly estimated percent ad valorem pound plus 65 Prior to Jan production of boys rates of duty ratio of imports reduced rH rH shirts of woven specified TSUS items sport shirts surcharge effective Aug Trade agreement Trade Expansion Act TSUSA as children types provided U.S. Department U.S. imports U.S. production U.S. rate U.S. Tariff Commission United Kingdom wool