APPARENT U.S. CONSUMPTION, U.S. MARKET SHARES, AND RATIO OF IMPORTS TO U.S. PRODUCTION
Table IV-5 presents the apparent U.S. consumption and market shares of CSF paper for the period examined (i.e., 2003-05, January-September 2005, and January-September 2006) while table IV-6 presents the ratio of U.S. imports to production. The quantity of U.S. consumption increased steadily, rising by *** percent from 2003 to 2005 and by *** percent from January-September 2005 to January- September 2006 (table IV-5). From 2003 to 2005, U.S. producers’ market shares in terms of quantity were relatively stable gaining *** percentage points. Imports of CFS paper from the subject countries gained *** percentage points of market share, which was offset by a corresponding decrease in the share of nonsubject countries. With respect to the interim periods, the domestic industry’s market share fell by *** percentage points while the share of subject imports rose by *** points and the share of nonsubject imports fell by ***.