Portable electric nibblers from Switzerland: determination of no reasonable indication of material injury, or threat of material injury, in investigation no. 731-TA-35 (preliminary) under section 733 (a) of the Tariff Act of 1930, together with the information obtained in the investigation
United States International Trade Commission, United States International Trade Commission. Office of Industries, United States International Trade Commission. Office of Economics
U.S. International Trade Commission, 1980 - House & Home - 56 pages
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14 gage 15 percent 18-gage nibbler Black & Decker Black and Decker Bosch nibbler capacity utilization Compiled from data data submitted declined Department of Commerce determination distributors domestic producers domestic shipments fair value Ferrostaal-Metabo firms gage or thinner icick ieick imported nibblers imports from Switzerland Imports of nibblers imports of portable International Trade Administration International Trade Commission inventories January-September 1980 July-September 1980 kick kick kkick kkick kkk kkk less than fair material injury motor nibblers from Switzerland nibblers imported percent in 1978 period of 1979 petition petitioner portable electric nibblers Power Tool price data producers of nibblers producers of portable producing portable electric public conference reason of imports reasonable indication response to questionnaires Robert Bosch Sales September 1980 Staff report submitted in response Swiss nibblers Tariff Act thicker gage nibblers Thicker than 14 thinner gage threatened with material U.S. International Trade U.S. market U.S. producers West Germany Widder Corp