Ripe Olives From Spain: Final Results of Countervailing Duty Administrative Review; 2017-2018; Correction

CourtInternational Trade Administration
Citation86 FR 38269
Record Number2021-15416
Publication Date20 Jul 2021
38269
Federal Register / Vol. 86, No. 136 / Tuesday, July 20, 2021 / Notices
1
See Ripe Olives from Spain: Final Results of
Countervailing Duty Administrative Review; 2017–
2018, 86 FR 35266 (July 2, 2021) (Final Results),
and accompanying Issues and Decision
Memorandum (IDM).
2
Camacho’s cross-owned companies are: Grupo
Angel Camacho Alimentacı
´on; Cuarterola S.L.; and
Cucanoche S.L. These cross-owned companies are
identified in the Preliminary Results. See Ripe
Continued
that no further review of the activity is
warranted at this time. The production
activity described in the notification
was authorized, subject to the FTZ Act
and the FTZ Board’s regulations,
including Section 400.14.
Dated: July 15, 2021.
Elizabeth Whiteman,
Acting Executive Secretary.
[FR Doc. 2021–15410 Filed 7–19–21; 8:45 am]
BILLING CODE 3510–DS–P
DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE
Foreign-Trade Zones Board
[Order No. 2114]
Reorganization of Foreign-Trade Zone
76 Under Alternative Site Framework,
Bridgeport, Connecticut
Pursuant to its authority under the
Foreign-Trade Zones Act of June 18,
1934, as amended (19 U.S.C. 81a–81u),
the Foreign-Trade Zones Board (the
Board) adopts the following Order:
Whereas, the Foreign-Trade Zones
(FTZ) Act provides for ‘‘. . . the
establishment . . . of foreign-trade
zones in ports of entry of the United
States, to expedite and encourage
foreign commerce, and for other
purposes,’’ and authorizes the Board to
grant to qualified corporations the
privilege of establishing foreign-trade
zones in or adjacent to U.S. Customs
and Border Protection ports of entry;
Whereas, the Board adopted the
alternative site framework (ASF) (15
CFR Sec. 400.2(c)) as an option for the
establishment or reorganization of
zones;
Whereas, the Bridgeport Port
Authority, grantee of Foreign-Trade
Zone 76, submitted an application to the
Board (FTZ Docket B–24–2021,
docketed March 19, 2021) for authority
to reorganize under the ASF with a
service area of Fairfield and Litchfield
Counties as well as a portion of New
Haven County, Connecticut, in and
adjacent to the Bridgeport Customs and
Border Protection port of entry, FTZ
76’s existing Site 5 would be categorized
as a magnet site, and existing Subzone
76A would become a subzone under the
ASF;
Whereas, notice inviting public
comment was given in the Federal
Register (86 FR 15887, 3/25/2021) and
the application has been processed
pursuant to the FTZ Act and the Board’s
regulations; and,
Whereas, the Board adopts the
findings and recommendations of the
examiner’s report, and finds that the
requirements of the FTZ Act and the
Board’s regulations are satisfied;
Now, therefore, the Board hereby
orders:
The application to reorganize FTZ 76
under the ASF is approved, subject to
the FTZ Act and the Board’s regulations,
including Section 400.13, to the Board’s
standard 2,000-acre activation limit for
the zone, to an ASF sunset provision for
magnet sites that would terminate
authority for Site 5 if not activated
within five years from the month of
approval, and to an ASF sunset
provision for subzone/usage-driven sites
that would terminate authority for each
existing site of Subzone 76A if no
foreign-status merchandise is admitted
to the site for a bona fide customs
purpose within three years from the
month of approval.
Dated: July 15, 2021.
Christian B. Marsh,
Acting Assistant Secretary for Enforcement
and Compliance, Alternate Chairman,
Foreign-Trade Zones Board.
[FR Doc. 2021–15411 Filed 7–19–21; 8:45 am]
BILLING CODE 3510–DS–P
DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE
Foreign-Trade Zones Board
[B–22–2021]
Foreign-Trade Zone (FTZ) 123—
Denver, Colorado, Authorization of
Production Activity, Lockheed Martin
Corporation, Lockheed Martin Space
(Satellites and Other Spacecraft),
Littleton, Colorado
On March 17, 2021, Lockheed Martin
Corporation, Lockheed Martin Space
submitted a notification of proposed
production activity to the FTZ Board for
its facility within Subzone 123G, in
Littleton, Colorado.
The notification was processed in
accordance with the regulations of the
FTZ Board (15 CFR part 400), including
notice in the Federal Register inviting
public comment (86 FR 15642, March
24, 2021). On July 15, 2021, the
applicant was notified of the FTZ
Board’s decision that no further review
of the activity is warranted at this time.
The production activity described in the
notification was authorized, subject to
the FTZ Act and the FTZ Board’s
regulations, including Section 400.14.
Dated: July 15, 2021.
Elizabeth Whiteman,
Acting Executive Secretary.
[FR Doc. 2021–15417 Filed 7–19–21; 8:45 am]
BILLING CODE 3510–DS–P
DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE
International Trade Administration
[C–469–818]
Ripe Olives From Spain: Final Results
of Countervailing Duty Administrative
Review; 2017–2018; Correction
AGENCY
: Enforcement and Compliance,
International Trade Administration,
Department of Commerce.
ACTION
: Notice; correction.
SUMMARY
: The Department of Commerce
(Commerce) published notice in the
Federal Register of July 2, 2021 in
which Commerce determined that Angel
Camacho Alimentacion S.L. (Camacho),
producer and/or exporter of ripe olives
from Spain, received countervailable
subsidies during the period of review,
November 28, 2017, through December
31, 2018. This notice failed to list the
cross-owned affiliates of Camacho.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT
:
Dusten Hom at (202) 482–5075 or Mary
Kolberg at (202) 482–1785; AD/CVD
Operations, Enforcement and
Compliance, International Trade
Administration, U.S. Department of
Commerce, 1401 Constitution Avenue
NW, Washington, DC 20230.
SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION
:
Correction
In the Federal Register of July 2,
2021, in FR Doc 2021–14142, on page
35266, in the third column, correct the
Final Results as follows:
1
Final Results of Review
We determine the following net
countervailable subsidy rates for the
period of November 28, 2017, through
December 31, 2018:
Exporter/producer Subsidy
rate
Agro Sevilla Aceitunas S.COOP
Andalusia ................................ 7.01
Angel Camacho Alimentacion
S.L.
2
........................................
3
5.23
Alimentary Group DCoop
S.Coop. And ............................ 22.36
Background
On July 2, 2021, Commerce published
in the Federal Register the final results
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38270
Federal Register / Vol. 86, No. 136 / Tuesday, July 20, 2021 / Notices
Olives From Spain: Preliminary Results of
Countervailing Duty Administrative Review; 2017–
2018, 85 FR 84294 (December 28, 2020), and
accompanying Preliminary Decision Memorandum
at ‘‘Attribution of Subsidies’’; see also Final Results
IDM at ‘‘Attribution of Subsidies.’’
3
This rate applies to merchandise produced and/
or exported by Camacho or its cross-owned
companies: Grupo Angel Camacho Alimentacı
´on,
Cuarterola S.L., and Cucanoche S.L.
4
See Final Results.
1
Title IV—Prevention of Evasion of Antidumping
and Countervailing Duty Orders, Public Law 114–
125, 130 Stat. 122, 155 (February 24, 2016).
2
See CBP’s Letter, ‘‘Covered Merchandise
Referral Request for EAPA Investigation 7509,
Imported by Vanguard National Trailer Corporation:
Antidumping and countervailing duty Orders on
Certain Steel Wheels 22.5 and 24.5 Inches in
Diameter from the People’s Republic of China,’’
dated June 9, 2021 (CBP’s EAPA 75009 Letter).
Commerce intends to make available this document
and any supporting documents on Enforcement and
Compliance’s Antidumping Duty and
Countervailing Duty Centralized Electronic Service
System (ACCESS) with this notice.
3
See Certain Steel Wheels from the People’s
Republic of China: Antidumping and
Countervailing Duty Orders, 84 FR 24098 (May 24,
2019) (Orders).
4
See CBP’s EAPA 75009 Letter at 2.
5
Id. at 1–2.
6
Id. at 2.
7
See Asia Wheel’s Letter, ‘‘Certain Steel Wheels
from the People’s Republic of China: Request for
Scope Ruling for Asia Wheel’s Steel Truck Wheels,’’
dated February 11, 2021.
8
See Letter from Commerce ‘‘Antidumping and
Countervailing Duty Orders on Certain Steel Wheels
from the People’s Republic of China (A–570–082,
C–570–083): Initiation of Asia Wheel Scope
Inquiry,’’ dated May 12, 2021.
of the administrative review of the
countervailing duty order on ripe olives
from Spain covering the period
November 28, 2017 through December
31, 2018.
4
We failed to include
Camacho’s cross-owned affiliates in the
notice. We are correcting the Final
Results to clarify that the
countervailable subsidy rate for
Camacho also applies to its cross-owned
affiliates: Grupo Angel Camacho
Alimentacı
´on, Cuarterola S.L., and
Cucanoche S.L.
Notification to Interested Parties
This notice is issued and published in
accordance with section 751(a)(1) and
777(i)(1) of the Tariff Act of 1930, as
amended.
Dated: July 14, 2021.
Ryan Majerus,
Deputy Assistant Secretary for Policy and
Negotiations.
[FR Doc. 2021–15416 Filed 7–19–21; 8:45 am]
BILLING CODE 3510–DS–P
DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE
International Trade Administration
[A–570–082, C–570–083]
Certain Steel Wheels From the
People’s Republic of China: Notice of
Covered Merchandise Referral
AGENCY
: Enforcement and Compliance,
International Trade Administration,
Department of Commerce.
SUMMARY
: Pursuant to the Enforce and
Protect Act of 2015 (EAPA), the
Department of Commerce (Commerce)
received a covered merchandise referral
from U.S. Customs and Border
Protection (CBP) in connection with a
CBP EAPA investigation concerning the
antidumping duty (AD) and
countervailing duty (CVD) orders on
certain steel wheels from the People’s
Republic of China (China). In
accordance with EAPA, Commerce
intends to determine whether the
merchandise subject to the referral is
covered by the scope of these orders and
promptly transmit its determination to
CBP. Commerce is providing notice of
the referral and inviting participation
from interested parties.
DATES
: Applicable July 20, 2021.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT
: Elfi
Blum or Jacqueline Arrowsmith, AD/
CVD Operations, Office VII,
Enforcement & Compliance,
International Trade Administration,
U.S. Department of Commerce, 1401
Constitution Avenue NW, Washington,
DC 20230; telephone: (202) 482–0197 or
(202) 482–5255, respectively.
SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION
:
Background
On February 24, 2016, the Trade
Facilitation and Trade Enforcement Act
of 2015 was signed into law, which
contains Title IV-Prevention of Evasion
of Antidumping and Countervailing
Duty Orders, commonly referred to as
the Enforce and Protect Act of 2015 or
EAPA.
1
Effective August 22, 2016,
section 421 of EAPA added section 517
to the Tariff Act of 1930, as amended
(the Act), which establishes a formal
process for CBP to investigate
allegations of the evasion of AD and
CVD orders. Section 517(b)(4)(A) of the
Act provides a procedure whereby if,
during the course of an EAPA
investigation, CBP is unable to
determine whether the merchandise at
issue is covered merchandise within the
meaning of section 517(a)(3) of the Act,
then it shall refer the matter to
Commerce to make such a
determination. Section 517(a)(3) of the
Act defines covered merchandise as
merchandise that is subject to an AD
order issued under section 736 of the
Act or a CVD order issued under section
706 of the Act. Section 517(b)(4)(B) of
the Act states that Commerce, after
receiving a covered merchandise referral
from CBP, shall determine whether the
merchandise is covered merchandise
and promptly transmit its determination
to CBP. The Act does not establish a
deadline by which Commerce must
issue its determination.
On June 9, 2021, Commerce received
a covered merchandise referral from
CBP regarding CBP EAPA Investigation
No. 7509,
2
which concerns the AD and
CVD orders on certain steel wheels from
China.
3
CBP explained that Accuride
Corporation (Accuride) and Maxion
Wheels Akron LLC (Maxion) alleged
that Vanguard National Trailer
Corporation (Vanguard) imported steel
wheels produced by Chinese
manufacturer Zhejiang Jingu Company
Limited (Jingu) that were transshipped
through Jingu’s affiliate in Thailand,
Asia Wheel Co. Ltd. (Asia Wheel), and
entered into the United States as a
product of Thailand to evade the
Orders. CBP’s Office of Trade initiated
an EAPA investigation based on the
evidence in the allegation submitted by
Accuride and Maxion that reasonably
suggested that Vanguard entered steel
wheels into the customs territory of the
United States by means of evasion.
4
CBP further informed Commerce on
August 18, 2020, that the Trade Remedy
Law Enforcement Directorate of CBP’s
Office of Trade initiated an EAPA
investigation based on the
reasonableness of the evidence in
Accuride and Maxion’s allegation that
Vanguard imported merchandise
covered by the Orders into the customs
territory of the United States by means
of evasion.
5
In response, Vanguard and
Asia Wheel stated that the steel wheels
at issue were not subject to the Orders,
because they were produced in
Thailand using rims that did not
originate in China.
6
Accordingly, CBP
has requested that Commerce issue a
determination as to whether steel
wheels produced in Thailand by Asia
Wheel from Thai-origin steel wheel rims
and Chinese-origin steel wheel discs,
are covered merchandise.
We note that this merchandise is
already the subject of a scope ruling
request previously submitted to
Commerce by Asia Wheel,
7
and is
currently under consideration in
ongoing scope inquiries of the Orders.
8
Notification to Interested Parties
Commerce is hereby notifying
interested parties that it has received the
covered merchandise referral referenced
above. As the covered merchandise
referral requests a determination on
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