Generalized System of Preferences (GSP): Notice Regarding Extension of Deadline To Receive Comments on the Child Labor Review in the Production of Certain GSP-Eligible Hand-Loomed Carpets, 11163-11164 [E8-3925]

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AGENCY: SUMMARY: On January 18, 2008, a public notice was published in the Federal Register on pages 3495–3496 requesting public comments by February 15, 2008, on whether each beneficiary country exporting certain hand-loomed carpets is taking steps to eliminate the worst forms of child labor, including the use of bonded child labor, in the production of certain carpets imported under the U.S. GSP program. The GSP Subcommittee of the Trade Policy Staff Committee has decided to extend the deadline to March 14, 2008, for receipt of public comments for this review. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: The GSP Subcommittee of the TPSC, Office of the United States Trade Representative (USTR), 1724 F Street, NW., Room F–220, Washington, DC 20508. The telephone number is (202) 395–6971. SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: The 2004 Miscellaneous Trade and Technical Corrections Act (HR 1047) (the ‘‘2004 Act’’), as approved by Congress, authorized the President to designate seven tariff lines relating to carpets (5702.51.20 (now 5702.50.20), 5702.91.30, 5702.92.00 (now 5702.92.10), 5702.99.10 (now 5702.99.05), 5703.10.00 (now 5703.10.20), 5703.20.10, and 5703.30.00 (now 5703.30.20)) as eligible for dutyfree treatment under the GSP program. These tariff lines cover certain handloomed carpets and other textile floor coverings made of wool, cotton, fine animal hair, or man-made textile materials. Pursuant to the authorization in the 2004 Act, the President designated these seven tariff lines as eligible for duty-free treatment under the GSP program. The GSP Subcommittee of the Trade Policy Staff Committee (TPSC) is conducting a triennial review of whether each beneficiary country is taking steps to eliminate the worst forms of child labor, including the use of bonded child labor, in the production of such carpets imported under the U.S. GSP program. If sufficient steps are not underway, the TPSC will recommend to the President changes in GSP coverage that would E:\FR\FM\29FEN1.SGM 29FEN1 rwilkins on PROD1PC63 with NOTICES 11164 Federal Register / Vol. 73, No. 41 / Friday, February 29, 2008 / Notices eliminate from duty-free treatment under the GSP program those carpets found to be made with the worst forms of child labor. For further information, please refer to the USTR FR Doc. E8–905, page 3495–3496, Federal Register Notice, dated January 18, 2008, Vol. 73 FR 3485: Notice Regarding the Initiation of Child Labor Review in the Production of Certain GSP-Eligible Hand-Loomed or Hand-Hooked Carpets., No. 13/Friday, January 18, 2008. Opportunities for Public Comment and Inspection of Comments: The GSP Subcommittee of the TPSC invites comments for this review. Submissions should comply with 15 CFR Part 2007, except as modified below. All submissions should identify the subject article(s) in terms of the country and the eight-digit Harmonized Tariff Schedule of the United States subheading number. The deadline for submission of comments is extended until March 14, 2008. Requirements for Submissions: In order to facilitate prompt processing of submissions, USTR requires electronic e-mail submissions in response to this notice. Hand-delivered submissions will not be accepted. These submissions should be single-copy transmissions in English, and including attachments, with the total submission not to exceed 25 single-spaced standard letter-size pages in 12-point type and three megabytes as sent as a digital file attached to an e-mail transmission. E-mail submissions should use the following subject line: ‘‘Child Labor Review in the Production of Certain GSP-Eligible Hand-loomed or Handhooked Carpet Lines’’ followed by the country and the eight-digit HTSUS subheading number. Documents must be submitted in English in one of the following formats: WordPerfect (.WPD), Adobe (.PDF), MSWord (.DOC), or text (.TXT) files. Documents cannot be submitted as electronic image files or contain embedded images, e.g., ‘‘.JPG’’, ‘‘.TIF’’, ‘‘.BMP’’, or ‘‘.GIF’’. Supporting documentation submitted as spreadsheets are acceptable as Excel files, formatted for printing on 81⁄2 x 11 inch paper. To the extent possible, any data attachments to the submission should be included in the same file as the submission itself, and not as separate files. If the submission contains business confidential information, a nonconfidential version of the submission must also be submitted that indicates where confidential information was redacted by inserting asterisks where material was deleted. In addition, the confidential submission must be clearly VerDate Aug<31>2005 19:22 Feb 28, 2008 Jkt 214001 marked ‘‘BUSINESS CONFIDENTIAL’’ at the top and bottom of each page of the document. The non-confidential version must also be clearly marked at the top and bottom of each page (either ‘‘PUBLIC VERSION’’ or ‘‘NON– CONFIDENTIAL’’). Documents that are submitted without any marking might not be accepted or will be considered public documents. For any document containing business confidential information submitted as an electronic attached file to an e-mail transmission, the file name of the business confidential version should begin with the characters ‘‘BC-’’, and the file name of the public version should begin with the characters ‘‘P-’’. 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Public versions of all documents relating to this review will be available for review approximately two weeks after the relevant due date by appointment in the USTR public reading room, 1724 F Street, NW., Washington, DC. Appointments may be made from 9:30 a.m. to noon and 1 p.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday, by calling (202) 395–6186. Marideth J. Sandler, Executive Director, Generalized System of Preferences, Office of the U.S. Trade Representative. [FR Doc. E8–3925 Filed 2–28–08; 8:45 am] BILLING CODE 3190–W8–P PO 00000 Frm 00077 Fmt 4703 Sfmt 4703 SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION [Investment Company Act Release No. 28168; 812–13367] Kohlberg Capital Corporation; Notice of Application February 25, 2008. Securities and Exchange Commission (‘‘Commission’’). ACTION: Notice of an application for an order under section 6(c) of the Investment Company Act of 1940 (the ‘‘Act’’) for an exemption from sections 23(a), 23(b) and 63 of the Act, and under sections 57(a)(4) and 57(i) of the Act and rule 17d–1 under the Act permitting certain joint transactions otherwise prohibited by section 57(a)(4) of the Act. AGENCY: Summary of the Application: Applicant, Kohlberg Capital Corporation (‘‘Kohlberg Capital’’) requests an order to permit it to issue restricted shares of its common stock to its officers and employees under the terms of its equity incentive plan. Filing Dates: The application was filed on February 27, 2007, and amended on February 13, 2008 and February 22, 2008. Applicants have agreed to file an amendment during the notice period, the substance of which is reflected in this notice. Hearing or Notification of Hearing: An order granting the application will be issued unless the Commission orders a hearing. Interested persons may request a hearing by writing to the Commission’s Secretary and serving applicant with a copy of the request, personally or by mail. Hearing requests should be received by the Commission by 5:30 p.m. on March 21, 2008, and should be accompanied by proof of service on applicant, in the form of an affidavit or, for lawyers, a certificate of service. Hearing requests should state the nature of the writer’s interest, the reason for the request, and the issues contested. Persons who wish to be notified of a hearing may request notification by writing to the Commission’s Secretary. ADDRESSES: Secretary, U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, 100 F Street, NE., Washington, DC 20549– 1090. Applicant, 295 Madison Avenue, 6th Floor, New York, NY 10017. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Bruce R. MacNeil, Senior Counsel, at (202) 551–6817, or Julia Kim Gilmer, Branch Chief, at (202) 551–6821, (Division of Investment Management, Office of Investment Company Regulation). 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OFFICE OF THE UNITED STATES TRADE REPRESENTATIVE


Generalized System of Preferences (GSP): Notice Regarding 
Extension of Deadline To Receive Comments on the Child Labor Review in 
the Production of Certain GSP-Eligible Hand-Loomed Carpets

AGENCY: Office of the United States Trade Representative.

ACTION: Notice.

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SUMMARY: On January 18, 2008, a public notice was published in the 
Federal Register on pages 3495-3496 requesting public comments by 
February 15, 2008, on whether each beneficiary country exporting 
certain hand-loomed carpets is taking steps to eliminate the worst 
forms of child labor, including the use of bonded child labor, in the 
production of certain carpets imported under the U.S. GSP program. The 
GSP Subcommittee of the Trade Policy Staff Committee has decided to 
extend the deadline to March 14, 2008, for receipt of public comments 
for this review.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: The GSP Subcommittee of the TPSC, 
Office of the United States Trade Representative (USTR), 1724 F Street, 
NW., Room F-220, Washington, DC 20508. The telephone number is (202) 
395-6971.

SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: The 2004 Miscellaneous Trade and Technical 
Corrections Act (HR 1047) (the ``2004 Act''), as approved by Congress, 
authorized the President to designate seven tariff lines relating to 
carpets (5702.51.20 (now 5702.50.20), 5702.91.30, 5702.92.00 (now 
5702.92.10), 5702.99.10 (now 5702.99.05), 5703.10.00 (now 5703.10.20), 
5703.20.10, and 5703.30.00 (now 5703.30.20)) as eligible for duty-free 
treatment under the GSP program. These tariff lines cover certain hand-
loomed carpets and other textile floor coverings made of wool, cotton, 
fine animal hair, or man-made textile materials. Pursuant to the 
authorization in the 2004 Act, the President designated these seven 
tariff lines as eligible for duty-free treatment under the GSP program. 
The GSP Subcommittee of the Trade Policy Staff Committee (TPSC) is 
conducting a triennial review of whether each beneficiary country is 
taking steps to eliminate the worst forms of child labor, including the 
use of bonded child labor, in the production of such carpets imported 
under the U.S. GSP program. If sufficient steps are not underway, the 
TPSC will recommend to the President changes in GSP coverage that would

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eliminate from duty-free treatment under the GSP program those carpets 
found to be made with the worst forms of child labor.
    For further information, please refer to the USTR FR Doc. E8-905, 
page 3495-3496, Federal Register Notice, dated January 18, 2008, Vol. 
73 FR 3485: Notice Regarding the Initiation of Child Labor Review in 
the Production of Certain GSP-Eligible Hand-Loomed or Hand-Hooked 
Carpets., No. 13/Friday, January 18, 2008.
    Opportunities for Public Comment and Inspection of Comments: The 
GSP Subcommittee of the TPSC invites comments for this review. 
Submissions should comply with 15 CFR Part 2007, except as modified 
below. All submissions should identify the subject article(s) in terms 
of the country and the eight-digit Harmonized Tariff Schedule of the 
United States subheading number. The deadline for submission of 
comments is extended until March 14, 2008.
    Requirements for Submissions: In order to facilitate prompt 
processing of submissions, USTR requires electronic e-mail submissions 
in response to this notice. Hand-delivered submissions will not be 
accepted. These submissions should be single-copy transmissions in 
English, and including attachments, with the total submission not to 
exceed 25 single-spaced standard letter-size pages in 12-point type and 
three megabytes as sent as a digital file attached to an e-mail 
transmission. E-mail submissions should use the following subject line: 
``Child Labor Review in the Production of Certain GSP-Eligible Hand-
loomed or Hand-hooked Carpet Lines'' followed by the country and the 
eight-digit HTSUS subheading number. Documents must be submitted in 
English in one of the following formats: WordPerfect (.WPD), Adobe 
(.PDF), MSWord (.DOC), or text (.TXT) files. Documents cannot be 
submitted as electronic image files or contain embedded images, e.g., 
``.JPG'', ``.TIF'', ``.BMP'', or ``.GIF''. Supporting documentation 
submitted as spreadsheets are acceptable as Excel files, formatted for 
printing on 8\1/2\ x 11 inch paper. To the extent possible, any data 
attachments to the submission should be included in the same file as 
the submission itself, and not as separate files.
    If the submission contains business confidential information, a 
non-confidential version of the submission must also be submitted that 
indicates where confidential information was redacted by inserting 
asterisks where material was deleted. In addition, the confidential 
submission must be clearly marked ``BUSINESS CONFIDENTIAL'' at the top 
and bottom of each page of the document. The non-confidential version 
must also be clearly marked at the top and bottom of each page (either 
``PUBLIC VERSION'' or ``NON-CONFIDENTIAL''). Documents that are 
submitted without any marking might not be accepted or will be 
considered public documents.
    For any document containing business confidential information 
submitted as an electronic attached file to an e-mail transmission, the 
file name of the business confidential version should begin with the 
characters ``BC-'', and the file name of the public version should 
begin with the characters ``P-''. The ``P-'' or ``BC-'' should be 
followed by the name of the party (government, company, union, 
association, etc.) which is making the submission.
    E-mail submissions should not include separate cover letters or 
messages in the message area of the e-mail; information that might 
appear in any cover letter should be included directly in the attached 
file containing the submission itself, including the sender's name, 
organization name, address, telephone number and e-mail address. The e-
mail address for these submissions is FR0081@USTR.EOP.GOV. Note: The 
letters ``FR'' in the e-mail address are followed by the number, zero, 
not a letter. Documents not submitted in accordance with these 
instructions might not be considered in this review. If unable to 
provide submissions by e-mail, please contact the GSP Subcommittee to 
arrange for an alternative method of transmission.
    Public versions of all documents relating to this review will be 
available for review approximately two weeks after the relevant due 
date by appointment in the USTR public reading room, 1724 F Street, 
NW., Washington, DC. Appointments may be made from 9:30 a.m. to noon 
and 1 p.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday, by calling (202) 395-6186.

Marideth J. Sandler,
Executive Director, Generalized System of Preferences, Office of the 
U.S. Trade Representative.
[FR Doc. E8-3925 Filed 2-28-08; 8:45 am]
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