Certain Nonrubber Footwear from Brazil, India, and Spain: Determinations of the Commission in Investigations Nos. 104-TAA-16, 17, and 18 Under Section 104(b) of the Trade Agreements Act of 1979, Together with the Information Obtained in the Investigations
U.S. International Trade Commission, 1983 - Boots - 140 pages
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administrative review April—June average beneﬁt Book value bounty or grant Brazilian capacity utilization Children's nonrubber footwear Compiled from data countervailing duty order data submitted December 31 declined Department of Commerce domestic industry domestic producers f.o.b. invoice price Federal Register ﬁnal footwear from Brazil footwear from Spain footwear imported footwear industry footwear production imports from Brazil imports of nonrubber income before income indirect taxes international Trade Administration International Trade Commission inventories investigation January—March July—September leather dress shoes leather shoes leather uppers manufacture Men's merchandise million in 1982 million pairs Number of firms October—December operating income Original cost outstanding countervailing duty percent ad valorem percent in 1980 period preferential preliminarily determine prices of women's production and related response to questionnaires retail chains submitted in response subsidy Table Tariff Act U.S. Department U.S. dollar U.S. imports U.S. International Trade U.S. producers weighted—average prices women's leather dress Women's leather footwear