Grouped numbers for revocations mean that all orders

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Numbers in parentheses are on a grouped basis. Grouped numbers for revocations mean that all orders in a group were revoked. b Does not include 75 transition orders or four normal orders revoked for other reasons by the DOC or USITC. c The USITC’s determinations in these reviews were: determination to revoke: 3 (2); determination not to revoke: 48 (26). d The determinations in these reviews were: USITC determination to revoke: 64 (11); USITC determination not to revoke: 115 (28); negative DOC determination: 3 (1). e USITC determination to revoke: 0 (0); USITC determination not to revoke: 10 (7); pending USITC determination: 0 (0). f USITC determination to revoke: 3 (0); USITC determination not to revoke: 22 (9); terminated by the DOC: 1 (1). Source : United States International Trade Commission online information. Available at: www.usitc.gov. 27. U.S. sunset reviews procedures and regulations have been challenged on several occasions in the WTO. The EU requested a panel to consider the sunset review CVD orders on certain steel products from Germany. 71 The Panel's conclusions were released in July 2002 72 ; following appeals by the EU and the United States, the Appellate Body reversed some of the Panel's findings but upheld the finding that the United States had failed to make the proper determination of the likelihood of continuation or recurrence of subsidization in the sunset review in dispute. 73 28. In January 2002, Japan challenged the final determinations of DOC and the USITC in the sunset review concerning corrosion-resistant carbon steel flat products. 74 In its report, the Panel upheld all aspects of the determination that Japan challenged. 75 Japan appealed the Panel's findings. 76 A panel was established in April 2003 to consider Argentina's complaint regarding the final determinations in sunset reviews of imports of oil country tubular goods. 77 In August 2003, Mexico requested the establishment of a panel to consider its challenge to the sunset review of anti-dumping measures on oil country tubular goods. 78 (b) Safeguards 1. Safeguard investigations are carried out under Sections 201-204 of the U.S. Trade Act of 1974, as amended by the URAA. Under Section 201(Global Safeguard Investigations), domestic industries seriously injured or threatened with serious injury by increased imports may petition the USITC for import relief. The USITC determines whether an article is being imported in such increased quantities that it is a substantial cause of serious injury, or threat thereof, to the U.S. industry producing an article like or directly competitive with the imported article. If the USITC makes an affirmative determination, it recommends to the President relief that would address the serious injury or threat thereof, and facilitate the adjustment of the domestic industry to import competition. The President makes the final decision whether to provide relief and the form and amount of relief within 60 days from receipt of an USITC report. Since a safeguard measure requires 71 WTO document WT/DS213/3, 8 August 2001.
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