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July 25, 2007 

Commerce Department Seeking Comments on Surrogate Country Selection in Proceedings Involving Non-Market Economy Countries

The Commerce Department's International Trade Administration (ITA) published a notice in today's Federal Register announcing that is seeking a second round of public comments on an aspect of its non-market economy (NME) methodology in antidumping proceedings.

Specifically, ITA is requesting comment on certain aspects of the methodology by which it selects an economically comparable market economy country to serve as a surrogate for the NME country (i.e., China) under investigation or review. Comments are due in 30 days.

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