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Source: Compiled from official Commerce statistics (China, Korea, and nonsubject). The following statistical categories of the HTS were used: 4810.13.1900; 4810.13.2010; 4810.13.2090; 4810.13.5000; 4810.13.7040; 4810.14.1900; 4810.14.2010;

      • 4810.14.2090

        ; 4810.14.5000; 4810.14.7040; 4810.19.1900; 4810.19.2010; 4810.19.2090; and, for China only, 4811.59.2000 and

      • 4811.90.8000.

        For Indonesia, quantity data are compiled from responses to the foreign producer’s questionnaire, and values were

estimated using the average unit value of U.S. imports from Indonesia derived from official Commerce statistics.

CUMULATION CONSIDERATIONS

In assessing whether imports compete with each other and with the domestic like product, the Commission has generally considered four factors: (1) fungibility, (2) presence of sales or offers to sell in the same geographical market, (3) common or similar channels of distribution, and (4) simultaneous presence in the market. Issues concerning fungibility are addressed in Part II of this report and channels of distribution are discussed in Parts I and II. Geographical markets and presence in the market are discussed below.

A review of monthly official Commerce statistics that have been placed on the record indicates that imports of CFS paper from each of the subject countries entered into the United States during every month of the January 2002-September 2006 period of investigation.

The petitioner claims that U.S. producers of CFS supply the entire geographical U.S. market, including the West Coast. and states that its operations have “significant sales” in the western portion of

Table IV-2 Coated free sheet paper: U.S. imports, by sources, 2003-05, January-September 2005, and January- September 2006

Calendar year

January-September

2003

2004

2005 2005 2006

Source

China Indonesia Korea

Subtotal subject Finland Canada Germany Japan Italy Austria Spain All other sources

Subtotal nonsubject

Share

of value (percent)

1

Total Landed, duty-paid.

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