Cold-rolled Carbon Steel Plates and Sheets from Argentina: Determination of the Commission in Investigation No. 731-TA-175 (final) (remand) Under the Tariff Act of 1930, Together with the Information Obtained in the Investigation
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affirmative determination antidumping apparent U.S. consumption Argentine imports Argentine product Argentine Steel Brazil Brazilian imports capacity utilization carbon steel plates Carbon Steel Products carbon steel sheets causation analysis cold-rolled carbon steel cold-rolled sheets Commission's contributing effect countervailing duty countries Court of International cross-cumulation cumulate imports Department of Commerce domestic prices domestic producers domestic shipments dumped imports dumping margin effects of imports exports Footnote continued fungible import volumes imports from Argentina imports of cold-rolled January-September 1984 legislative history lost revenues market penetration market share material injury Mexico negative determination original determination percent in 1983 percent in January-September plates and sheets purchase quarter of 1982 sales and lost sheets from Argentina short tons South Africa Spain Spanish Steel Supp Supplemental Report threat of material threatened with material tons of cold-rolled U.S. market U.S. Steel unfair price discrimination United USITC Pub USX Corporation volume of imports