United States Customs Court Reports: Cases Adjudged in the United States Customs Court, Volume 78

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Page 135 - States is being or is likely to be injured, or is prevented from being established, by reason of the importation into the United States...
Page 87 - ... such article or merchandise is imported in the same condition as when exported from the country of production or has been changed in condition by remanufacture or otherwise, there shall be levied and paid, in all such cases, in addition to the duties otherwise imposed by this Act, an additional duty equal to the net amount of such bounty or grant, however the same be paid or bestowed.
Page 78 - No product of the territory or any contracting party imported into the territory of any other contracting party shall be subject to anti-dumping or countervailing duty by reason of the exemption of such product from duties or taxes borne by the like product when destined for consumption in the country of origin or exportation, or by reason of the refund of such duties or taxes.
Page 42 - Articles assembled abroad in whole or in part of fabricated components, the product of the United States, which (a) were exported in condition ready for assembly without further fabrication, (b) have not lost their physical identity in such articles by change in form, shape or otherwise...
Page 145 - Merchandise (i) produced in the same country and by the same person and of the same general class or kind as the merchandise...
Page 165 - For the purpose of this title the cost of production of Imported merchandise shall be the sum of— "(1) The cost of materials of, and of fabrication, manipulation, or other process employed In manufacturing or producing...
Page 180 - The Supreme Court and all courts established by Act of Congress may issue all writs necessary or appropriate in aid of their respective jurisdictions and agreeable to the usages and principles of law.
Page 65 - The reason is that it is impossible to determine with certainty what construction was put upon an act by the members of a legislative body that passed it by resorting to the speeches of individual members thereof. Those who did not speak may not have agreed with those who did; and those who spoke might differ from each other; the result being that the only proper way to construe a legislative act is from the language used in the act, and, upon occasion, by a resort [319] to the history of the times...
Page 188 - Supporting and opposing affidavits shall be made on personal knowledge, shall set forth such facts as would be admissible in evidence, and shall show affirmatively that the affiant is competent to testify to the matters stated therein.

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