International Trade Commission February 22, 2005 – Federal Register Recent Federal Regulation Documents
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Investigations Relating to Global and Bilateral Safeguard Actions, Market Disruption, Trade Diversion and Review of Relief Actions; and Investigations of Whether Injury to Domestic Industries Results From Imports Sold at Less Than Fair Value or From Subsidized Exports to the United States
The United States International Trade Commission (Commission) hereby amends its Rules of Practice and Procedure (Rules) regarding antidumping and countervailing duty (AD/CVD) investigations as well as certain safeguard and market disruption proceedings. Under the amended Rules, parties are required to file prehearing briefs no later than five business days before the hearing, and they must file in camera requests no later than seven business days prior to the hearing. Such in camera requests and any comments to those requests must be served by hand-delivery or next-day service. Further, petitions filed after 12 noon will be deemed to be filed the following business day. The amended Rules no longer require clerical or other staff to file an administrative protective order (APO) application with the Commission; however, they must sign a form maintained by an authorized APO applicant. Finally, parties must file new APO applications in NAFTA appeals.