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rolled products, hot–rolled, of a equivalents; (6) ball bearing steels; (7) established in the investigation or the
nominal or actual thickness of 4.75 mm tool steels; and (8) silicon manganese most recently completed administrative
or more and of a width which exceeds steel or silicon electric steel. review. See Notice of Amended Final
150 mm and measures at least twice the The merchandise subject to the order Determination: Certain Cut–to-Length
thickness, and which are cut–to-length is currently classifiable under the Carbon–Quality Steel Plate from India
(not in coils). Steel products to be HTSUS under subheadings: and the Republic of Korea; and Notice
included in the scope of the order are 7208.40.3030, 7208.40.3060, of Countervailing Duty Orders: Certain
of rectangular, square, circular or other 7208.51.0030, 7208.51.0045, Cut–to-Length Carbon–Quality Steel
shape and of rectangular or non– 7208.51.0060, 7208.52.0000, Plate from France, India, Indonesia,
rectangular cross–section where such 7208.53.0000, 7208.90.0000, Italy, and the Republic of Korea, 65 FR
non–rectangular cross–section is 7210.70.3000, 7210.90.9000, 6587 (February 10, 2000). The ‘‘All
achieved subsequent to the rolling 7211.13.0000, 7211.14.0030, Others’’ rate of 3.26 percent shall apply
process (i.e., products which have been 7211.14.0045, 7211.90.0000, to all companies not previously
‘‘worked after rolling’’)--for example, 7212.40.1000, 7212.40.5000, reviewed until a review of a company
products which have been beveled or 7212.50.0000, 7225.40.3050, assigned this rate is requested.
rounded at the edges. Steel products 7225.40.7000, 7225.50.6000, This notice also is the only reminder
that meet the noted physical 7225.99.0090, 7226.91.5000, to parties subject to administrative
characteristics that are painted, 7226.91.7000, 7226.91.8000, protective order (‘‘APO’’) of their
varnished or coated with plastic or other 7226.99.0000. responsibility concerning the return or
Although the HTSUS subheadings are destruction of proprietary information
non–metallic substances are included
provided for convenience and customs disclosed under APO in accordance
within this scope. Also, specifically
purposes, the written description of the with 19 CFR 351.305. Timely written
included in the scope of the order are
merchandise covered by the order is notification of the return/destruction of
high strength, low alloy (‘‘HSLA’’)
dispositive. APO materials or conversion to judicial
steels. HSLA steels are recognized as
steels with micro–alloying levels of Final Results of Review protective order is hereby requested.
elements such as chromium, copper, As noted above, the Department Failure to comply with the regulations
niobium, titanium, vanadium, and received no comments concerning the and the terms of an APO is a
molybdenum. Steel products to be preliminary results; consistent with the sanctionable violation. We are issuing
included in this scope, regardless of preliminary results, we determine that and publishing these results and notice
Harmonized Tariff Schedule of the the total net countervailing subsidy rate in accordance with sections 751(a)(1)
United States (‘‘HTSUS’’) definitions, for DSM is 0.05 percent ad valorem, a and 777(i)(1) of the Act.
are products in which: (1) Iron de minimis rate, for the period January Dated: June 30, 2006.
predominates, by weight, over each of 1, 2004, through December 31, 2004. As David M. Spooner,
the other contained elements; (2) the there have been no changes or Assistant Secretary for Import
carbon content is two percent or less, by comments from the preliminary results Administration.
weight; and (3) none of the elements we are not attaching a Decision [FR Doc. E6–10731 Filed 7–7–06; 8:45 am]
listed below is equal to or exceeds the Memorandum to this Federal Register Billing Code: 3510–DS–S
quantity, by weight, respectively notice. For further details of the
indicated: 1.80 percent of manganese, or programs included in this proceeding,
1.50 percent of silicon, or 1.00 percent see the Preliminary Results. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE
of copper, or 0.50 percent of aluminum,
or 1.25 percent of chromium, or 0.30 Manufacturer/exporter Margin (percent) International Trade Administration
percent of cobalt, or 0.40 percent of
lead, or 1.25 percent of nickel, or 0.30 Dongkuk Steel Mill Co., Exporters’ Textile Advisory
percent of tungsten, or 0.10 percent of Ltd. (DSM) ................. 0.05 (de minimis) Committee; Notice of Open Meeting
molybdenum, or 0.10 percent of
niobium, or 0.41 percent of titanium, or Assessment A meeting of the Exporters’ Textile
0.15 percent of vanadium, or 0.15 The Department will issue Advisory Committee will be held on
percent zirconium. All products that appropriate assessment instructions August 30, 2006 from 8 a.m.-10 a.m. at
meet the written physical description, directly to U.S. Customs and Border the MAGIC trade show in Las Vegas,
and in which the chemistry quantities Protection (‘‘CBP’’) within 15 days of Nevada, room # TBA. When the room
do not equal or exceed any one of the publication of these final results of number is assigned, it will be published
levels listed above, are within the scope review. We intend to issue liquidation in a future Federal Register notice.
of this order unless otherwise instructions to CBP for entries or The Exporters’ Textile Advisory
specifically excluded. The following exports made during the period January Committee is a national advisory
products are specifically excluded from 1, 2004, through December 31, 2004, committee that advises Department of
the order: (1) Products clad, plated, or without regard to duties. Commerce officials on the identification
coated with metal, whether or not of export barriers, and on market
painted, varnished or coated with Cash Deposits Requirements expansion activities. With the
plastic or other non–metallic We will instruct CBP to collect cash elimination of textile quotas under the
substances; (2) SAE grades (formerly deposit of 0.00 percent for DSM and to WTO agreement on textiles and
AISI grades) of series 2300 and above; continue to collect cash deposits for clothing, the Administration is
(3) products made to ASTM A710 and non–reviewed companies at the most committed to encouraging U.S. textile
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A736 or their proprietary equivalents; recent company–specific rate applicable and apparel firms to export and remain
(4) abrasion–resistant steels (i.e., USS to the company. Accordingly, the cash competitive in the global market.
AR 400, USS AR 500); (5) products deposit rate that will be applied to non– The meeting will be open to the
made to ASTM A202, A225, A514 grade reviewed companies covered by this public with a limited number of seats
S, A517 grade S, or their proprietary order will be the rate for that company available. For further information or

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copies of the minutes, contact Rachel Council, phone: 503–820–2280, fax: groups will be presented in a manner
Alarid at (202) 482-5154. 503–820–2299 and email: that allows the identification of any
Dated: July 3, 2006.; or Yvonne de disproportionate impacts on low income
Philip J. Martello,
Reynier NMFS, Northwest Region, and minority segments of the identified
phone: 206–526–6129, fax: 206–526– groups, impacts on small entities, and
Acting Deputy Assistant Secretary for Textiles
6426 and email: cumulative impacts. Additional
and Apparel. comment is sought on other types of
[FR Doc. E6–10746 Filed 7–7–06; 8:45 am]
SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: impacts that should be considered or
Electronic Access specific impacts to which particular
attention should be paid within these
DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE This Federal Register document is categories.
available on the Government Printing
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Office’s Web site at: http:// Scoping and Public Involvement
Scoping is an early and open process
[I.D. 111505A] Description of the Proposal for identifying the scope of notable
The proposed action with a issues related to proposed alternatives
Pacific Fishery Management Council; description of the proposal was (including status quo and other
Notice of Intent; Extension of Public published in the Federal Register on alternatives identified during the
Scoping Period for Intersector November 21, 2005 (70 FR 70054). scoping process). A principal objective
Groundfish Allocations
Preliminary Identification of of the scoping and public input process
AGENCY: National Marine Fisheries Environmental Issues is to identify a reasonable set of
Service (NMFS), National Oceanic and alternatives that, with adequate
Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), A principal objective of this scoping
analysis, sharply define critical issues
Commerce. and public input process is to identify
and provide a clear basis for
potentially significant impacts to the
ACTION: Extension of public scoping
human environment that should be distinguishing among those alternatives
period for an environmental impact analyzed in depth in the intersector and selecting a preferred alternative.
statement (EIS); request for comments. allocation EIS. Concomitant with The public scoping process provides the
identification of those impacts to be public with the opportunity to comment
SUMMARY: NMFS and the Pacific Fishery
analyzed in depth is identification and on the range of alternatives. The scope
Management Council (Pacific Council)
elimination from detailed study of of the alternatives to be analyzed should
announce their intent to extend the
issues that are not significant or which be broad enough for the Pacific Council
public scoping period for an EIS in
accordance with the National have been covered in prior and NMFS to make informed decisions
Environmental Policy Act of 1969 to environmental reviews. This narrowing on whether an alternative should be
analyze proposals to allocate groundfish is intended to allow greater focus on developed and, if so, how it should be
among various sectors of the non-tribal those impacts that are potentially most designed, and to assess other changes to
Pacific Coast groundfish fishery. significant. Impacts on the following the fishery management plan and
components of the biological and regulations necessary for the
DATES: Public scoping meetings will be
physical environment will be evaluated: implementation of the alternative.
announced in the Federal Register at a (1) Essential fish habitat and
later date. Written comments will be ecosystems; (2) protected species listed Written comments will be accepted at
accepted at the Pacific Council office under the Endangered Species Act and the Pacific Council office through
through October 27, 2006. The public Marine Mammal Protection Act and October 27, 2006 (see ADDRESSES). The
comment period will be reopened as their habitat; and (3) the fishery public comment period will be
part of the public comment section management unit, including target and reopened as part of the public comment
under the intersector allocation agenda non-target fish stocks. Socioeconomic section under the intersector allocation
item at the Pacific Council meeting in impacts are also considered in terms of environmental impact statement agenda
Del Mar, CA, the week of November 12, the effect changes will have on the item considered at the Council meeting
2006. Additional information on the following groups: (1) Those who in Del Mar, California, the week of
time and location for this meeting will participate in harvesting the fishery November 12, 2006. Additional
be provided when the meeting is resources and other living marine information on the time and location for
announced in the Federal Register. resources (for commercial, subsistence, this meeting will be provided when the
ADDRESSES: You may submit comments, or recreational purposes); (2) those who meeting is announced in the Federal
on issues and alternatives, identified by process and market fish and fish Register. This information will also be
111505A by any of the following products; (3) those who are involved in posted on the Council Web site (http://
methods: allied support industries; (4) those who (see ADDRESSES).
• E-mail: rely on living marine resources in the management area; (5) those who Authority: 16 U.S.C. 1801 et seq.
Include [111505A] and enter ‘‘Scoping consume fish products; (6) those who Dated: July 3, 2006.
Comments’’ in the subject line of the benefit from non-consumptive use (e.g., Alan D. Risenhoover,
message. wildlife viewing); (7) those who do not
• Fax: 503–820–2299. Acting Director, Office of Sustainable
use the resource, but derive benefit from Fisheries, National Marine Fisheries Service.
• Mail: Donald McIsaac, Pacific it by virtue of its existence, the option
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Fishery Management Council, 7700 NE [FR Doc. E6–10734 Filed 7–7–06; 8:45 am]
to use it, or the bequest of the resource
Ambassador Pl., Suite 200, Portland, OR to future generations; (8) those involved BILLING CODE 3510–22–S
97220. in managing and monitoring fisheries;
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: John and (9) fishing communities. Analysis of
DeVore, Pacific Fishery Management the effects of the alternatives on these

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