International Trade Administration June 22, 2009 – Federal Register Recent Federal Regulation Documents

Certain Frozen Fish Fillets from the Socialist Republic of Vietnam: Final Results of the Third New Shipper Reviews
Document Number: E9-14607
Type: Notice
Date: 2009-06-22
Agency: Department of Commerce, International Trade Administration
The Department of Commerce (``Department'') is conducting two new shipper reviews of the antidumping duty order on certain frozen fish fillets from the Socialist Republic of Vietnam (``Vietnam''). See Notice of Antidumping Duty Order: Certain Frozen Fish Fillets from the Socialist Republic of Vietnam, 68 FR 47909 (August 12, 2003) (``Order''). These new shipper reviews include Hiep Thanh Seafood Joint Stock Company (``Hiep Thanh'') and Asia Commerce Fisheries Joint Stock Company (``Acomfish'') (collectively, ``Respondents''). Based upon our analysis of the comments and information received, we made changes to the dumping margin calculations for the final results. See Memorandum to the File from Alan Ray, Case Analyst, through Alex Villanueva, Program Manager, Final Results Analysis for Hiep Thanh Seafood Joint Stock Company (``Hiep Thanh'') (June 15, 2009); and Memorandum to the File from Emeka Chukwudebe, Case Analyst, through Alex Villanueva, Program Manager, Final Results Analysis for Asia Commerce Fisheries Joint Stock Company (``Acomfish'') (June 15, 2009). The final dumping margins are listed below in the section entitled ``Final Results of the Reviews.''
Manufacturing and Services' Sustainable Manufacturing Initiative; Update
Document Number: E9-14485
Type: Notice
Date: 2009-06-22
Agency: Department of Commerce, International Trade Administration
As part of its Sustainable Manufacturing Initiative, the International Trade Administration's Manufacturing & Services Unit is planning a second round of regional facility tours across the United States that will showcase sustainable business practices at manufacturing firms and service providers. This round of tours will use the past round of Sustainable Manufacturing American Regional Tours (SMARTs) as a template by traveling to a number of cities and regions in order to demonstrate the feasibility and viability of sustainable business practices for U.S. firms. While the previous round of tours focused on manufacturers, this round will look at supply chains in various regions and sustainability issues affecting the competitiveness of firms in those supply chains.