WTO Agricultural Quantity-Based Safeguard Trigger Levels, 48978-48980 [2021-18817]

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This notice lists the updated quantity-based trigger levels for products which may be subject to additional import duties under the safeguard provisions of the WTO Agreement on Agriculture. This notice also includes the relevant period applicable for the trigger levels on each of the listed products. DATES: This notice is applicable on September 1, 2021. ADDRESSES: Multilateral Affairs Division, Trade Policy and Geographic Affairs, Foreign Agricultural Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Stop 1070, 1400 Independence Avenue SW, Washington, DC 20250–1070. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Souleymane Diaby, (202) 720–2916, Souleymane.Diaby@usda.gov. SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: Article 5 of the WTO Agreement on Agriculture provides that additional import duties may be imposed on imports of products subject to tariffication as a result of the Uruguay Round, if certain conditions are met. The agreement permits additional duties to be charged if the price of an individual shipment of imported products falls below the average price for similar goods imported SUMMARY: during the years 1986–88 by a specified percentage. It also permits additional duties when the volume of imports of that product exceeds the sum of (1) a base trigger level multiplied by the average of the last three years of available import data and (2) the change in yearly consumption in the most recent year for which data are available (provided that the final trigger level is not less than 105 percent of the threeyear import average). The base trigger level is set at 105, 110, or 125 percent of the three-year import average, depending on the percentage of domestic consumption that is represented by imports. These additional duties may not be imposed on quantities for which minimum or current access commitments were made during the Uruguay Round negotiations, and only one type of safeguard, price or quantity, may be applied at any given time to an article. Section 405 of the Uruguay Round Agreements Act requires that the President cause to be published in the Federal Register information regarding the price and quantity safeguards, including the quantity trigger levels, which must be updated annually based upon import levels during the most recent 3 years. The President delegated this duty to the Secretary of Agriculture in Presidential Proclamation No. 6763, dated December 23, 1994, 60 FR 1007 (Jan. 4, 1995). The Secretary of Agriculture further delegated this duty, which lies with the Administrator of the Foreign Agricultural Service (7 CFR 2.601(a)(42)). The Annex to this notice contains the updated quantity trigger levels, consistent with the provisions of Article 5. Additional information on the products subject to safeguards and the additional duties which may apply can be found in subchapter IV of Chapter 99 of the Harmonized Tariff Schedule of the United States (2021) and in the Secretary of Agriculture’s Notice of Uruguay Round Agricultural Safeguard Trigger Levels, published in the Federal Register at 60 FR 427 (Jan. 4, 1995). Notice: As provided in Section 405 of the Uruguay Round Agreements Act, consistent with Article 5 of the WTO Agreement on Agriculture, the safeguard quantity trigger levels previously notified are superseded by the levels indicated in the Annex to this notice. The definitions of these products were provided in the Notice of Safeguard Action published in the Federal Register, at 60 FR 427 (Jan. 4, 1995). Clay M. Hamilton, Acting Administrator, Foreign Agricultural Service. ANNEX—QUANTITY-BASED SAFEGUARD TRIGGER 2021 Quantity-based safeguard trigger Product khammond on DSKJM1Z7X2PROD with NOTICES Trigger level Beef ............................................................................. Mutton ......................................................................... Cream ......................................................................... Evaporated or Condensed Milk .................................. Nonfat Dry Milk ........................................................... Dried Whole Milk ......................................................... Dried Cream ................................................................ Dried Whey/Buttermilk ................................................ Butter 1 ........................................................................ Butteroil ....................................................................... Chocolate Crumb ........................................................ Lowfat Chocolate Crumb ............................................ Animal Feed Containing Milk ...................................... Ice Cream ................................................................... Dairy Mixtures ............................................................. Infant Formula Containing Oligosaccharides .............. Blue Cheese ............................................................... Cheddar Cheese ......................................................... American-Type Cheese .............................................. Edam/Gouda Cheese ................................................. Italian-Type Cheese .................................................... Swiss Cheese with Eye Formation ............................. Gruyere Process Cheese ........................................... NSPF Cheese ............................................................. Lowfat Cheese ............................................................ Peanut Butter/Paste .................................................... Peanuts 1 ..................................................................... Raw Cane Sugar 1 ...................................................... Refined Sugars and Syrups 1 ..................................... VerDate Sep<11>2014 17:09 Aug 31, 2021 Jkt 253001 PO 00000 267,883 3,384 3,047,452 5,123,257 131,867 3,248,335 65,896 76,425 65,347,766 18,209,591 11,785,460 303,240 236,222 9,968,711 7,581,497 2,741,347 4,086,430 7,613,990 80,873 10,535,143 22,873,353 26,375,209 4,008,437 45,205,687 107,243 4,085 24,220 14,274 766,524 812,543 256,005 Frm 00008 Fmt 4703 Unit Period MT ....................... MT ....................... Liters ................... Kilograms ............ Kilograms ............ Kilograms ............ Kilograms ............ Kilograms ............ Kilograms ............ Kilograms ............ Kilograms ............ Kilograms ............ Kilograms ............ Liters ................... 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Jan 1, 2021–Dec 31, 2021. Jan 1, 2021–Dec 31, 2021. Jan 1, 2021–Dec 31, 2021. Jan 1, 2021–Dec 31, 2021. Jan 1, 2021–Dec 31, 2021. April 1, 2020–Mar 31, 2021. April 1, 2021–Mar 31, 2022. Oct 1, 2020–Sep 30, 2021. Oct 1, 2021–Sep 30, 2022. Oct 1, 2020–Sep 30, 2021. E:\FR\FM\01SEN1.SGM 01SEN1 48980 Federal Register / Vol. 86, No. 167 / Wednesday, September 1, 2021 / Notices ANNEX—QUANTITY-BASED SAFEGUARD TRIGGER—Continued 2021 Quantity-based safeguard trigger Product Trigger level Articles over 65% Sugar ............................................. Articles over 10% Sugar ............................................. Blended Syrups ........................................................... Sweetened Cocoa Powder ......................................... Mixes and Doughs ...................................................... Mixed Condiments and Seasonings ........................... Short Staple Cotton 2 .................................................. Harsh or Rough Cotton ............................................... Medium Staple Cotton ................................................ Extra Long Staple Cotton ........................................... Cotton Waste 2 ............................................................ Cotton Processed but not Spun 2 ............................... 1 Includes 375,127 482 531 11,093 14,508 391 408 459 707 781 1,142 350 348 45,688 7,944 32,962 10 8,417 102 692,467 813,823 1,013,866 1,458,693 124,933 23,676 Unit Period MT ....................... MT ....................... MT ....................... MT ....................... MT ....................... MT ....................... MT ....................... MT ....................... MT ....................... MT ....................... MT ....................... MT ....................... MT ....................... Kilograms ............ Kilograms ............ Kilograms ............ Kilograms ............ Kilograms ............ 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DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE

Foreign Agricultural Service


WTO Agricultural Quantity-Based Safeguard Trigger Levels

AGENCY: Foreign Agricultural Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture.

ACTION: Notice of product coverage and trigger levels for safeguard 
measures provided for in the World Trade

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SUMMARY: This notice lists the updated quantity-based trigger levels 
for products which may be subject to additional import duties under the 
safeguard provisions of the WTO Agreement on Agriculture. This notice 
also includes the relevant period applicable for the trigger levels on 
each of the listed products.

DATES: This notice is applicable on September 1, 2021.

ADDRESSES: Multilateral Affairs Division, Trade Policy and Geographic 
Affairs, Foreign Agricultural Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture, 
Stop 1070, 1400 Independence Avenue SW, Washington, DC 20250-1070.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Souleymane Diaby, (202) 720-2916, 
[email protected].

SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: Article 5 of the WTO Agreement on 
Agriculture provides that additional import duties may be imposed on 
imports of products subject to tariffication as a result of the Uruguay 
Round, if certain conditions are met. The agreement permits additional 
duties to be charged if the price of an individual shipment of imported 
products falls below the average price for similar goods imported 
during the years 1986-88 by a specified percentage. It also permits 
additional duties when the volume of imports of that product exceeds 
the sum of (1) a base trigger level multiplied by the average of the 
last three years of available import data and (2) the change in yearly 
consumption in the most recent year for which data are available 
(provided that the final trigger level is not less than 105 percent of 
the three-year import average). The base trigger level is set at 105, 
110, or 125 percent of the three-year import average, depending on the 
percentage of domestic consumption that is represented by imports. 
These additional duties may not be imposed on quantities for which 
minimum or current access commitments were made during the Uruguay 
Round negotiations, and only one type of safeguard, price or quantity, 
may be applied at any given time to an article.
    Section 405 of the Uruguay Round Agreements Act requires that the 
President cause to be published in the Federal Register information 
regarding the price and quantity safeguards, including the quantity 
trigger levels, which must be updated annually based upon import levels 
during the most recent 3 years. The President delegated this duty to 
the Secretary of Agriculture in Presidential Proclamation No. 6763, 
dated December 23, 1994, 60 FR 1007 (Jan. 4, 1995). The Secretary of 
Agriculture further delegated this duty, which lies with the 
Administrator of the Foreign Agricultural Service (7 CFR 2.601(a)(42)). 
The Annex to this notice contains the updated quantity trigger levels, 
consistent with the provisions of Article 5.
    Additional information on the products subject to safeguards and 
the additional duties which may apply can be found in subchapter IV of 
Chapter 99 of the Harmonized Tariff Schedule of the United States 
(2021) and in the Secretary of Agriculture's Notice of Uruguay Round 
Agricultural Safeguard Trigger Levels, published in the Federal 
Register at 60 FR 427 (Jan. 4, 1995).
    Notice: As provided in Section 405 of the Uruguay Round Agreements 
Act, consistent with Article 5 of the WTO Agreement on Agriculture, the 
safeguard quantity trigger levels previously notified are superseded by 
the levels indicated in the Annex to this notice. The definitions of 
these products were provided in the Notice of Safeguard Action 
published in the Federal Register, at 60 FR 427 (Jan. 4, 1995).

Clay M. Hamilton,
Acting Administrator, Foreign Agricultural Service.

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Beef..................................         267,883  MT.......................  Jan 1, 2021-Dec 31, 2021.
Mutton................................           3,384  MT.......................  Jan 1, 2021-Dec 31, 2021.
Cream.................................       3,047,452  Liters...................  Jan 1, 2021-Dec 31, 2021.
Evaporated or Condensed Milk..........       5,123,257  Kilograms................  Jan 1, 2021-Dec 31, 2021.
Nonfat Dry Milk.......................         131,867  Kilograms................  Jan 1, 2021-Dec 31, 2021.
Dried Whole Milk......................       3,248,335  Kilograms................  Jan 1, 2021-Dec 31, 2021.
Dried Cream...........................          65,896  Kilograms................  Jan 1, 2021-Dec 31, 2021.
Dried Whey/Buttermilk.................          76,425  Kilograms................  Jan 1, 2021-Dec 31, 2021.
Butter \1\............................      65,347,766  Kilograms................  Jan 1, 2021-Dec 31, 2021.
Butteroil.............................      18,209,591  Kilograms................  Jan 1, 2021-Dec 31, 2021.
Chocolate Crumb.......................      11,785,460  Kilograms................  Jan 1, 2021-Dec 31, 2021.
Lowfat Chocolate Crumb................         303,240  Kilograms................  Jan 1, 2021-Dec 31, 2021.
Animal Feed Containing Milk...........         236,222  Kilograms................  Jan 1, 2021-Dec 31, 2021.
Ice Cream.............................       9,968,711  Liters...................  Jan 1, 2021-Dec 31, 2021.
Dairy Mixtures........................       7,581,497  Kilograms................  Jan 1, 2021-Dec 31, 2021.
Infant Formula Containing                    2,741,347  Kilograms................  Jan 1, 2021-Dec 31, 2021.
 Oligosaccharides.
Blue Cheese...........................       4,086,430  Kilograms................  Jan 1, 2021-Dec 31, 2021.
Cheddar Cheese........................       7,613,990  Kilograms................  Jan 1, 2021-Dec 31, 2021.
American-Type Cheese..................          80,873  Kilograms................  Jan 1, 2021-Dec 31, 2021.
Edam/Gouda Cheese.....................      10,535,143  Kilograms................  Jan 1, 2021-Dec 31, 2021.
Italian-Type Cheese...................      22,873,353  Kilograms................  Jan 1, 2021-Dec 31, 2021.
Swiss Cheese with Eye Formation.......      26,375,209  Kilograms................  Jan 1, 2021-Dec 31, 2021.
Gruyere Process Cheese................       4,008,437  Kilograms................  Jan 1, 2021-Dec 31, 2021.
NSPF Cheese...........................      45,205,687  Kilograms................  Jan 1, 2021-Dec 31, 2021.
Lowfat Cheese.........................         107,243  Kilograms................  Jan 1, 2021-Dec 31, 2021.
Peanut Butter/Paste...................           4,085  MT.......................  Jan 1, 2021-Dec 31, 2021.
Peanuts \1\...........................          24,220  MT.......................  April 1, 2020-Mar 31, 2021.
                                                14,274  MT.......................  April 1, 2021-Mar 31, 2022.
Raw Cane Sugar \1\....................         766,524  MT.......................  Oct 1, 2020-Sep 30, 2021.
                                               812,543  MT.......................  Oct 1, 2021-Sep 30, 2022.
Refined Sugars and Syrups \1\.........         256,005  MT.......................  Oct 1, 2020-Sep 30, 2021.

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                                               375,127  MT.......................  Oct 1, 2021-Sep 30, 2022.
Articles over 65% Sugar...............             482  MT.......................  Oct 1, 2020-Sep 30, 2021.
                                                   531  MT.......................  Oct 1, 2021-Sep 30, 2022.
Articles over 10% Sugar...............          11,093  MT.......................  Oct 1, 2020-Sep 30, 2021.
                                                14,508  MT.......................  Oct 1, 2021-Sep 30, 2022.
Blended Syrups........................             391  MT.......................  Oct 1, 2020-Sep 30, 2021.
                                                   408  MT.......................  Oct 1, 2021-Sep 30, 2022.
Sweetened Cocoa Powder................             459  MT.......................  Oct 1, 2020-Sep 30, 2021.
                                                   707  MT.......................  Oct 1, 2021-Sep 30, 2022.
Mixes and Doughs......................             781  MT.......................  Oct 1, 2020-Sep 30, 2021.
                                                 1,142  MT.......................  Oct 1, 2021-Sep 30, 2022.
Mixed Condiments and Seasonings.......             350  MT.......................  Oct 1, 2020-Sep 30, 2021.
                                                   348  MT.......................  Oct 1, 2021-Sep 30, 2022.
Short Staple Cotton \2\...............          45,688  Kilograms................  Sep 20, 2020-Sep 19, 2021.
                                                 7,944  Kilograms................  Sep 20, 2021-Sep 19, 2022.
Harsh or Rough Cotton.................          32,962  Kilograms................  Aug 1, 2020-July 31, 2021.
                                                    10  Kilograms................  Aug 1, 2021-July 31, 2022.
Medium Staple Cotton..................           8,417  Kilograms................  Aug 1, 2020-July 31, 2021.
                                                   102  Kilograms................  Aug 1, 2021-July 31, 2022.
Extra Long Staple Cotton..............         692,467  Kilograms................  Aug 1, 2020-July 31, 2021.
                                               813,823  Kilograms................  Aug 1, 2021-July 31, 2022.
Cotton Waste \2\......................       1,013,866  Kilograms................  Sep 20, 2020-Sep 19, 2021.
                                             1,458,693  Kilograms................  Sep 20, 2021-Sep 19, 2022.
Cotton Processed but not Spun \2\.....         124,933  Kilograms................  Sep 11, 2020-Sep 10, 2021.
                                                23,676  Kilograms................  Sep 11, 2021-Sep 10, 2022
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\1\ Includes change in U.S. consumption.
\2\ 12-month period from October to September.

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