Paper cones for loudspeakers: Fibre Form Corporation, Columbia City, Indiana : report to the President, firm investigation no. TEA-F-16 and worker investigation no. TEA-W-55 under sections 301(c)(1) and 301(c)(2) of the Trade Expansion Act of 1962
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apparent consumption Columbia City Commissioner Leonard Compiled from official components concessions granted cones for loudspeakers consumer electronic products containing paper cones Department of Commerce directly competitive domestic article domestic merchandise domestic producers exports of domestic Fibre Form Corporation firm GATT granted under trade imported loudspeakers imports for consumption imports of loudspeakers increased imports increased quantities investigations Ireland Denmark Republic Japan United Kingdom Japanese loudspeakers loudspeakers having paper loudspeakers produced ments official statistics percent ad valorem period January-November 1970 produce paper cones produced by Fibre producers of loudspeakers production of paper Quantity 1,000 units Quantity Value Radio phonographs rate of duty record players Republic of China result in major Source stage of processing sumption Table tape recorders television receivers thousands of units trade agreements Trade Expansion Act trade-agreement concessions TSUS item U.S. Department U.S. factory ship U.S. factory shipments U.S. imports U.S. Tariff Commission Value 1,000 dollars value of shipments voice coil