1 International trade analyst: Robert Randall (202-205-3366); Nomenclature analyst: Dave Beck (202-205-2603).
2 Access to an electronic copy of this memorandum is available at http://www.usitc.gov/billrpts.htm Access to a paper copy is
available at the Commission’s Law Library (202-205-3287) or at the Commission’s Main Library (202-205-2630).
3 “Similar bills” are bills in the other House, in the current Congress, which address, at least in part, the substance of this bill.
“Related bills” are bills in the same House, in the current Congress, but which are either earlier (or later) in time than the bill
which is the subject of this memorandum.
4 The product nomenclature is as set forth in the bill. See technical comments for suggested changes (if any).
5 See appendix A for definitions of tariff and trade agreement terms.
UNITED STATES INTERNATIONAL TRADE COMMISSION
Washington, DC 20436
MEMORANDUM TO THE COMMITTEE ON FINANCE OF THE UNITED STATES
SENATE ON PROPOSED TARIFF LEGISLATION 1
[Date approved: July 19, 2000 ]2
Bill No.: S. 2391; 106th Congress
Introduced by: Mr. ROTH
Similar and/or related3 bills: H.R. 3934; 106th Congress
Summary of the bill:4
The bill would suspend the general rate of duty5 on--
(S)-6-Chloro-3,4-dihydro-4-cyclopropylethynyl-4-trifluoromethyl-2(1H)-quinazolinone (CAS No.
214287-88-4) (provided for in subheading 2933.90.46)
The 15th day after the date of enactment.
December 31, 2003.
[The remainder of this memorandum is organized in five parts: (1) information about the bill’s
proponent(s) and the product which is the subject of this bill; (2) information about the bill’s revenue
effect; (3) contacts by Commission staff during preparation of this memorandum; (4) information about
the domestic industry (if any); and (5) technical comments.]
6 Non-confidential written responses received prior to approval of this report by the Commission, if any, will be included in
7 The phrase “further processing or handling” can