For more information, please refer to the sections on the development of the draft document on the use of contacts in federal registry documents. On 27 April 2015, the Department informed interested parties that it was initiating proceedings under Section 129 of the URAA to implement the recommendations and decisions of the WTO Dispute Resolution Body (DSB) in DS437.  Given the number of investigations and the complexity of the issues related to this litigation, the Department considered each of the panel`s and DS437 appeals bodies through separate preliminary decision memorandums. In particular, the Department has reached provisional conclusions concerning: (1) export restrictions;  (2) countries;  (3) Public institutions and input specificity;  and (4) Advantage (market distortion).  As noted above, as noted above, as noted above, as noted on April 1, 2016 and May 26, 2016, in accordance with Sections 129 (b) (4) and 129 (c) (1) (1) (B) of the URAA, USTR, the department instructed the department to make these final findings. With respect to all investigations, with the exception of Magnesia Bricks and Seamless Pipe, the department will order the United States. Customs and border guards require, for each pending exporter/producer, a cash deposit for countervailing duties estimated at the appropriate rate for goods declarations; As of April 1, 2016, April 1, 2016 or April 1, 2016, which were introduced or removed from the warehouse for consumption, unless applicable cash deposit rates were replaced by intermediate or revised segments based on a review of the domestic litigation investigation. For Magnesia Bricks and Seamless Pipe, the department is determined that there are not enough bases to launch investigations into export restriction programs. The Department therefore intends to reduce all cash deposit rates in these two proceedings as of May 26, 2016.
As noted above, the Drill Pipe order and the corresponding cash deposits were withdrawn independently of this procedure, in accordance with Section 129.  This Notice on the Implementation of the Final Provisions under Section 129 is issued in accordance with Section 129 (c) (2) (A) of the URAA. April 1, 2016 and May 26, 2016, the Trade Representative (USTR) instructed the Ministry of Commerce (the Ministry) to implement the provisions of Section 129 of the Uruguay Round Agreements Act (URAA) concerning 15 matching investigations (CVD), which they do not inconsistent with the conclusions of the World Trade Organization (WTO) in the United States – countervailing duty measures applicable to certain products from China, WT/DS437 (December 18, 2014) (DS437) (DS437) (DS437) (DS437). A list of the 15 CVD studies in question in DS437 is available as an appendix. The final decision was made by the department in this Section 129 on March 31, 2016, April 26, 2016 and May 19, 2016. The Department is now implementing these final findings. On February 9, 2018, the United States informed the DSB that the United States intended to implement the DSB`s WTO/DS488 recommendations and decisions under Section 129 of the Uruguay Round Agreements Act (URAA), 19 U.C.