2. When the Secretary and the Commission make final conclusions in the context of an ongoing investigation, the suspension agreement remains in force in accordance with the legal and legal findings of the final appointment of the secretary. If the secretary or commission makes a final negative decision, the agreement will have no force or effect. (iii) a special regime for determining the regional industry. If the Commission, in its final finding in accordance with sections 705 (b) or 735 (b) of the Act, makes a decision of the regional industry, but not in its provisional provision under section 703 (a) or section 733 (a) of the Act, exporters and producers, or in the context of an anti-dumping investigation involving a non-market country , are: , the government must submit to the secretary, within 15 days of the publication of the anti-dumping or countervailing decision to the Federal Register, a proposal for a suspension agreement. Congress should recognize the negative impact of the suspension agreements on the U.S. economy. Congress should establish the U.S. sugar program with the Fair Sugar Policy Act (H.R.4521, p.2568) to ensure that U.S. food producers have access to an adequate supply of sugar at a reasonable price, so that they can maintain and create jobs and produce quality products at affordable prices. “This pioneering agreement will help revitalize the U.S. nuclear industry while promoting America`s long-term strategic interests,” said Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross.
“This is another success for the Trump administration`s America First approach to international trade agreements.” e) Exports should not increase during the transition period. The Secretary will not accept a suspension agreement under Article 704(b) (2) or Section 734(b) (1) of the law (exports) unless the agreement guarantees that the quantity of goods related to the object exported during the transitional period covered by the agreement is the quantity of goods exported during a comparable period that the Secretary considers representative not to exceed. These “suspension agreements,” signed in December 2014 and amended in June 2017, resulted in an unnecessarily high base price for imports of raw and refined sugar from Mexico, as well as quantitative restrictions on sugar imports.