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and *** distributes subject merchandise in the United States through its affiliate, ***.12 *** is related to ***. With respect to manufacturers’ inventories, Chinese respondents state that inventories held at the mills are “unlikely” to be exported to the United States since product sold to the U.S. market is made-to- order. 13

CFS paper exported by the Chinese manufacturers was reported not to be subject to antidumping findings or remedies in any WTO-member countries.14 Table VII-4 lists overall capacity and production data for products manufactured on the same equipment and machinery used in the production of the subject merchandise, and table VII-5 provides data on Chinese production and exports to the United States by type of product. As shown, most CFS paper production in China is in the form of sheets (and sheeter rolls). The production of CFS web rolls, however, rose from 2003 to 2005, with the increase paired with the start (at least during the period examined) of web exports to the United States.

Table VII-4 Coated free sheet paper: Products produced by subject Chinese manufacturers on the same equipment and machinery used in the production of coated free sheet paper, 2003-05

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Table VII-5 Coated free sheet paper: Chinese production and exports of subject merchandise to the United States from China, by web rolls, sheeter rolls, and sheets, 2003-05, January-September 2006, and projected 2006-07

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THE INDUSTRY IN INDONESIA

Pindo Deli and Tjiwi Kimia account for virtually all the capacity to produce CFS paper in Indonesia. Both mills are owned by Asia Pulp and Paper and, as shown in table VII-1, responded to the foreign producer questionnaire.15 Data for their operations are presented in table VII-6. Capacity increased by about *** short tons from 2003 and 2004 and has since remained level with *** projected increases either in the fourth quarter of 2006 or in 2007. Production rose steadily throughout the period examined, resulting in an increase in capacity utilization from almost *** percent in 2003 and 2004 to *** percent in 2005 and to *** percent in January-September 2006. Capacity utilization ratios of ***

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***’s foreign producer questionnaire response, question I-5. Chinese respondents and Unisource's postconference brief, pp. 37-38. Chinese manufacturers’ foreign producer questionnaire responses, question II-6. Petition, exh. 15 (***). ***.

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