USDOC

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USDOCUnited States Department of Commerce
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On the west coast, Guanica and Mayaguez specifically, some raw materials for agribusinesses and pharmaceuticals are received (USDoC 2015).
The next major decision occurs about one quarter later when the USDOC makes its preliminary duty determination.
Versions of this device have successfully passed the turtle test protocol and have reduced bycatch of spiny dogfish, Squalus acanthias, by 40% and clearnose skates, Raja eglanteria, by 63% without significant loss of target catch (USDOC, 2010, 2011).
On November 24, the USDOC made its final determination on the countervailing case, lowering the average duties placed on Chinese producers to a range of 10% to 16%.
NPE 2006 will participate in the USDOC's International Buyer Program (IBP), whose representatives will recruit and lead visitor delegations and match potential buyers with appropriate exhibitors at the show.
The Commercial Service (CS), a division of the US Department of Commerce (USDOC), offers companies assistance in identifying potential business opportunities.
Department of Commerce (USDOC), it is not by coincidence that the U.S.
Government Resources for International Market Participation" Larry Brill, director market expansion division, Office of Textiles and Apparel, USDOC, Washington, D.C.
Census of Agriculture (USDOC, various years; USDA, 1999 and 2004).
Department of Commerce (USDOC), Statistical Abstract of the United States: The National Data Book (Washington, DC: Economics and Statistics Administration, Census Bureau, December 2000), p.
Contact: Barb Rawdon, Project Officer USDOC International Buyer Program barb.rawdon@mail.doc.gov Phone +1.202.482.5281