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ITC MAKES FINAL DETERMINATION CONCERNING IMPORTS OF COATED GROUNDWOOD PAPER FROM BELGIUM, FINLAND, FRANCE, GERMANY, AND THE UNITED KINGDOM

ITC MAKES FINAL DETERMINATION CONCERNING IMPORTS OF COATED GROUNDWOOD
 PAPER FROM BELGIUM, FINLAND, FRANCE, GERMANY, AND THE UNITED KINGDOM
 WASHINGTON, Dec. 5 /PRNewswire/ -- "We were very disappointed to learn that the International Trade Commission has determined that the U.S. coated groundwood paper industry is not being materially injured by reason of dumped imports from Belgium, Finland, France, Germany, and the United Kingdom," said A. Paul Victor of Weil, Gotshal & Manges, counsel to the Committee to Safeguard the U.S. Coated Groundwood Paper Industry. "We believe that the U.S. industry was entitled to relief under the antidumping laws because it has been and will continue to be seriously hurt by the continued dumping of coated groundwood paper by the subject countries," he continued.
 The committee filed a dumping petition with the Department of Commerce and the International Trade Commission on Dec. 28, 1990. On Oct. 28, 1991, the Commerce Department made a final determination of less than fair value sales, setting dumping margins ranging from 28 to 39 percent ad valorem.
 After the committee has an opportunity to study the commission's determination, it will decide what course of action to pursue regarding appeal.
 Coated groundwood paper is used primarily in commercial printing, magazines, merchandising catalogs, newspapers inserts, and direct mail advertising.
 Counsel for the Committee is A. Paul Victor, Esq. of Weil, Gotshal & Manges in New York and Washington.
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 /CONTACT: A. Paul Victor of Weil, Gotshal & Manges, 212-310-8110/ CO: Committee to Safeguard the U.S. Coated Groundwood Paper Industry;
 Weil, Gotshal & Manges ST: District of Columbia IN: PAP SU: SM-KW -- NY078 -- 9811 12/05/91 16:10 EST
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