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Three U.S. producers, ***, reported that they imported the subject merchandise during the period of investigation (“POI”).41 Thus, they qualify as “related parties” under 19 U.S.C. § 1677(4)(B).

*** accounted for a relatively small share –

*** percent – of domestic CFSP production in

2005.42 *** production ranged from *** percent in 2005 to *** percent in 2003. It imported subject merchandise from Korea throughout the POI. 43 44

The ratio of these imports to

The reason that it gave for

importing this subject merchandise was that ***

.

45

*** the petition.46

We do not exclude *** from the

domestic industry as a related party because it is a relatively small producer, the ratio of its imports to its

production is relatively small, and there is no evidence that it derived a significant overall financial benefit from these imports.47

*** accounted for a very small share – *** percent – of domestic CFSP production in 2005.48 It imported subject merchandise from Korea throughout the POI.49 The ratio of these imports to *** production ranged from *** percent in 2004 to *** percent during the January-September 2006 (“interim 2006") period.50 The jump in this ratio in interim 2006 occurred because of a sharp drop in the company’s domestic production in interim 2006, and not because of an increase in imports.51 (***.)52 The reason that it gave for importing this subject merchandise was that ***.”53 *** the petition.54 We do not exclude *** from the domestic industry as a related party as it is *** that does not appear to have been shielded from any injury that might be caused by subject imports by virtue of its importing activity, at least until ***, when ***. For most of the POI, *** imports were ***, and thus it is not likely that it

derived a significant overall financial benefit from these imports.55

*** accounted for a very small share – *** percent – of domestic CFSP production in 2005.56 reported that it began to import CFSP from Korea in 2006, but it could not provide data on the value of these imports.57 The reason that it gave for importing this subject merchandise was that ***.58 *** the petition.59 Its financial results in interim 2006 were ***.60 We do not exclude *** from the domestic industry because it accounts for a very small portion of U.S. production and we have no information as to It

41

CR/PR at Table III-2.

42

CR/PR at Table III-1.

43

CR/PR at Table III-2.

44

Id.

45

CR/PR at Note to Table III-2.

46

CR/PR at Table III-1.

47

*** financial performance was ***. See CR at Table VI-2.

48

CR/PR at Table III-1.

49

CR/PR at Table III-2.

50

Id.

51

Id.

52

CR at VI-1 n. 3, PR at VI-1 n.3.

53

CR/PR at Note to Table III-2.

54

CR/PR at Table III-1.

55 In light of the ***, we intend to revisit the question of whether appropriate circumstances exist to exclude this producer from the domestic industry as a related party in any final phase of these investigations.

56

CR/PR at Table III-1.

57

CR/PR at Note to Table III-2.

58

CR/PR at Note to Table III-2.

59

CR/PR at Table III-1.

60

CR/PR at Table VI-2.

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