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PUBLIC LAW 96-000—MMMM. DD, 1979

PUBLIC LAW 96-39—JULY 26, 1979 "(A) a determination by the Secretary or the administering authority, under section 303(a)(3), 702(c), or 732(c) of this Act, not to initiate an investigation, "(B) a determination by the administering authority, under section 703(c) or 733(c) of this Act, that a case is extraordinarily complicated, "(C) a determination by the administering authority or the Commission, under section 751(b) of this Act, not to review an agreement or a determination based upon changed circumstances, "(D) a negative determination by the Commission, under section 703(a) or 733(a) of this Act, as to whether there is reasonable indication of material injury, threat of material injury, or material retardation, or "(E) a negative determination by the administering authority under section 703(b) or 733(b) of this Act, an interested party who is a party to the proceeding in connection with which the matter arises may commence an action in the United States Customs Court by filing concurrently a summons and complaint, each with the content and in the form, manner, and style prescribed by the rules of that court, contesting any factual findings or legal conclusions upon which the determination is based. "(2) REVIEW OF DETERMINATIONS ON RECORD.—

93 STAT. 301

i^nS w ^152 ^g^ ' ^^' Ante, pp. 153, 163. Ante, p. 175.

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"(A) IN GENERAL.—Within thirty days after the date of publication in the Federal Register of— "(i) notice of any determination described in clause (ii), (iii), (iv), or (v) of subparagraph (B), or "(ii) an antidumping or countervailing duty order based upon any determination described in clause (i) of subparagraph (B), an interested party who is a party to the proceeding in connection with which the matter arises may commence an action in the United States Customs Court by filing a summons, and within thirty days thereafter a complaint, each with the content and in the form, manner, and style prescribed by the rules of that court, contesting any factual findings or legal conclusions upon which the determination is based. "(B) REVIEWABLE DETERMINATIONS.—The determinations

which may be contested under subparagraph (A) are as follows: "(i) Final affirmative determinations by the Secretary and by the Commission under section 303, or by the administering authority and by the Commission under section 705 or 735 of this Act. Ante, pp. 159, "(ii) A final negative determination by the Secretary, ^^^• the administering authority, or the Commission under section 303,705, or 735 of this Act. "(iii) A determination, other than a determination reviewable under paragraph (1), by the Secretary, the administering authority, or the Commission under section 751 of this Act. Ante, p. 175. "(iv) A determination by the administering authority, under section 704 or 734 of this Act, to suspend an ^'^^e. PP- 154, antidumping duty or a countervailing duty investiga- ^^^• tion.