Countertop microwave ovens from Japan: determination of "a reasonable indication of material injury" in investigation no. 731-TA-4 (preliminary) under section 733(a) of the Tariff Act of 1930, as amended
United States International Trade Commission, United States International Trade Commission. Office of Investigations, United States International Trade Commission. Office of Industries, United States International Trade Commission. Office of the General Counsel
U.S. International Trade Commission, 1980 - House & Home - 35 pages
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1930 to determine Amana Antidumping Act apparent U.S. consumption Commission's Compiled from data countertop microwave ovens countertop units data submitted DC ITC Bldg domestic producers Electric electronic estimated fair value Hitachi Home Appliance importation of countertop imports from Japan imports of microwave industry International Trade Commission January January 28 January-June 1979 John MacHatton less than fair liquid caustic soda lost sales LTFV magnetron material injury Matsushita microwave oven operations microwave oven sales microwave ovens increased million units number of production ovens from Japan Paula Stern percent in 1976 percent of U.S. period of 1978 petitioner Prelim preliminary antidumping investigations produce microwave ovens producers of microwave producing countertop production in 1978 production of countertop reason of imports reasonable indication Riccar Sanyo Sharp Electronics shipments Sodium hydroxide sold at less solution liquid caustic Tariff Act threatened with material Toshiba Treasury TSUS item U.S. Department U.S. imports U.S. International Trade U.S. producers