Preliminary Negative Antidumping Duty Determinations:
Low Enriched Uranium from Germany and the Netherlands
Friday, July 6, 2001, the Department of Commerce will announce
its preliminary determinations in the above-referenced antidumping
duty (AD) investigations. These investigations were initiated
on December 27, 2000. The period of investigation is October 1,
1999 through September 30, 2000.
petitions were filed on behalf of USEC Inc., and its wholly owned
subsidiary, United States Enrichment Corporation. Subsequent to
the filing of the petitions, the Paper, Allied -Industrial, Chemical
and Energy Workers International Union, AFL-CIO, CLC, and Local
5-550 and Local 5-689 (PACE) joined USEC, Inc. as petitioners
in these cases.
Final Determination :
is a fully extended deadline.
** The final determinations in concurrent CVD investigations are
aligned with these antidumping final determinations, which have
been extended at the request of petitioners and respondents. The
date is an estimate based on 135 days from publication of the
*** If the DOC makes affirmative final AD or CVD determinations,
the ITC must make a final injury determination within 45 days.
If that determination is affirmative, the DOC will issue a duty
merchandise subject to these investigations is low enriched uranium
(LEU). The technical language describing the scope of these investigations
will be included in the notice of preliminary determination which
will be published in the Federal Register.
Antidumping Margins Rates: Preliminary Determination.