Impression fabric of manmade fiber from Japan: negative determination of "No reasonable indication of injury" in inquiry no. AA1921-inq.-6 under the Antidumping act, 1921, as amended
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0.7 million square 32.9 million square Ablondi Antidumping Act Bishop Inking Ribbons Bomont Industries Bus Martin Sales cents per square Commission by domestic Compiled from data Corp Reeves Brothers data submitted declined determination domestic producers domestic slitters domestic weavers established fabric from Japan fabric of manmade fair value fiber from Japan Hoye Textile Corp imports from Japan imports of impression imports of slit impres impression fabric increased Inc Bishop Inking Inc Hormann Schutte injured inkers International Trade Commission investigation less than fair man-hours manmade fiber March 14 million in 1974 million square yards nylon 66 percent in 1976 Quantity 1,000 square ratio reasonable indication Sales of slit Schutte Co Hoye sion fabric slit fabric slit impression fabric slitting of impression sold at less Standard Products Corp Textile Corp Reeves TSUSA item U.S. consumption U.S. imports U.S. International Trade U.S. producers United States International unslit USITC warp woven fabric yarns