• Effective Date: Aug 04, 2022
  • Period of Review: Oct 01, 2020 to Sep 30, 2021
  • Cite as: 87 FR 47707 • Cite date: Aug 04, 2022
1. On 08/04/2022, Commerce published in the Federal Register its affirmative preliminary determination of sales at less than fair value in the antidumping duty investigation of lemon juice from South Africa (87 FR 47707). 2. The products covered by this investigation are described in message 2027411, dated 01/27/2022. 3. This proceeding has been assigned case number A-791-827. 4. For imports of lemon juice from South Africa, CBP shall suspend liquidation of such shipments entered, or withdrawn from warehouse, for consumption on or after 08/04/2022. Effective 08/04/2022, CBP shall require, for such entries, a cash deposit equal to the margins for the producers and/or exporters listed below: Producer and/or Exporter: Cape Fruit Processors Pty. Ltd Case number: A-791-827-001 Cash deposit rate: 55.67 % Producer and/or Exporter: Granor Passi Pty. Ltd Case number: A-791-827-002 Cash deposit rate: 74.04 % All Others Case Number: A-791-827-000 Cash Deposit Rate: 55.67% 5. If any entries of this merchandise are exported by a firm other than the producer, then the following instructions apply: A. If the exporter of the subject merchandise does not have its own rate but the producer has its own rate, the cash deposit rate will be the producer's rate. B. Where neither the exporter nor the producer has its own rate or the producer is unknown, use the all-others rate of 55.67 percent to establish the cash deposit. 6. If there are any questions by the importing public regarding this message, please contact the Call Center for the Office of AD/CVD Operations, Enforcement and Compliance, International Trade Administration, U.S. Department of Commerce at (202) 482-0984. CBP ports should submit their inquiries through authorized CBP channels only. (This message was generated by OIV:ZS.) 7. There are no restrictions on the release of this information. Alexander Amdur