Chisels, punches, hammers, sledges, vises, C-clamps, and battery terminal lifters from Japan: information obtained in investigation no. AA1921-149 under the Antidumping act, 1921, as amended
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16 producers Antidumping August Average hours battery terminal clamp Battery terminal lifters bef0e income taxes c-clamp operations chisels and punches class of tool CN rH declined domestic producers establishment(s exports fair value firms forged hammers and sledges handle Hirota Tekko K.K. Imoto Hamono imports from Japan imports of sledges International Trade Commission investigation January-August 1975 June 30 Kyoto Tool less than fair million in 1974 nonpowered hand tools operat operating loss overall operations percent in 1974 profit 0 loss profit before income Profit-and-loss experience Ratio sales at less specified hand tools Stanley Tools subject hand tools swivel base terminal clamp lifters tools are produced tools under consideration Total or average Treasury U.S. Department U.S. imports U.S. International Trade U.S. producers unfilled orders United value of imports value of U.S. vises and c-clamps Warren Tool Corp Wilton Corp Wood chisels