MESSAGE NO: 2332111
DATE: 11 28 1991
A - 122 - 601
11 08 1991
LIQ SUSPENSION DATE:
TO: REGIONAL DIRECTORS, COMMERCIAL OPERATIONS
DISTRICT DIRECTORS, AREA AND PORT DIRECTORS
FROM: DIRECTOR, TRADE COMPLIANCE DIVISION
RE: REVOCATION, IN PART ON BRASS SHEET AND STRIP FROM
CANADA, (A-122-601) REPLACES MESSSAGE 23311110 DATED
NOVERMBER 27, 1991
The antidumping duty order on brass sheet and strip from Canada
has been revoked with respect to Ratcliffs/Severn Limited
(Ratcliffs) because the Department of Commerce determined that
Ratcliffs has not sold merchandise covered by the order at less
than its foreign market value for a period of at least three
consecutive years and because there is no information indicating
that Ratacliffs is likely to sell the merchandise at less than
its fair value in the future.
The effective date of this revocation is November 8, 1991.
cash deposits will be required for Ratcliffs. The investigation
number for this antidumping order review is A-122-601-003.
Field offices should discontinue suspension of liquidation of
entries for merchandise entered or withdrawn from warehouse for
consumption on or after January 1, 1990.
The Department of Commerce will issue instructions for assessing
antidumping duties on and liquidating entries for merchandise
entered or withdrawn from warehouse for consumption on or after
January 1, 1989, through December 31, 1989.
If there are any questions regarding this matter by Customs
Officers, please contact Via E-Mail, through the Regional
Antidumping/Countervailing Duty Coordinator, the Trade Compliance
Division, Antidumping/Countervailing Duty Branch, using
All interested parties, importers and attorneys should
refer their questions to Erik Warga (202-377-8922) or Edward
Easton (202-377-1777), Office of Antidumping Investigations,
International Trade Administration, Department of Commerce.
There are no restrictions on disclosing the above information