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ACAHAmerican Consumers for Affordable Housing
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ACAH received three offers for its open tender, according to the contract award notice with document number 222501-2014 published in the EU's Tenders Electronic Daily (TED) yesterday.
Our sample of lumber-using industry (also referred to as downstream industry) draws from two sources, the membership of the ACAH and the Encyclopedia of American Industries prepared by Gale Group.
Petniunas added that ACAH is shocked at the creative accounting system the Administration has designed to force Canadian companies to pay a billion dollars of duties collected since 2001 back into two funds a half-billion dollars each in duties collected since 2001.
ACAH members also said that they were pleased to see the House of Representatives vote to repeal the Continued Dumping and Subsidy Offset Act, commonly known as the "Byrd Amendment," as part of The Deficit Reduction Act of 2005.
Susan Petniunas, spokesperson for ACAH, said that the representatives on this trip want to send a message to Canada that there are allies in the U.
ACAH specifically has been opposing duties imposed on Canadian softwood lumber, essential for U.
ACAH opposes any border measure that would increase costs to consumers, but does not oppose constructive negotiations to resolve the long standing dispute.
ACAH is an alliance of organizations representing more than 95 percent of the U.
Petniunas also said that ACAH members are very pleased that President George Bush included a request to Congress to repeal the Byrd Amendment in its Budget submittal.
ACAH awards public contracts in the name and on behalf of beneficiaries contracting authorities.
ACAH concluded that there are far too many incorrect assertions that needed to be challenged immediately.