Alpine ski bindings from Austria, Switzerland, and West Germany: determination of no injury or likelihood thereof in investigations nos. AA1921-156, 157, and 158 under the Antidumping act, 1921, as amended, together with the information obtained in the investigation
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Ski bindings for use by adults in advanced
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23 percent adult recreational advanced or competitive Allsop Automatic Alpine ski bindings Americana International Antidumping apparent U.S. consumption Based on wholesale bindings in 1973 companies Compiled from data Cubco data submitted declined discounts and allow domestic producers Dovre fair value Gertsch Geze Gretsch heel bindings home market imports from Austria imports from LTFV imports of Alpine International Trade Commission investigations January-June k k k k k k k k k leading imports LTFV countries LTFV imports man-hours months of 1976 Moog percent in 1975 percent of apparent plate bindings plate-type bindings producing Alpine ski production and related production of Alpine Ratio related workers engaged response to questionnaires retailers Safety Systems selling at LTFV share of apparent ski bindings increased ski equipment skiers sold Spademan Release Systems submitted in response Switzerland Table toe and heel Treasury Tyrolia U.S. imports U.S. International Trade U.S. market U.S. producers West Germany wholesale prices