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Cablegate: Russia Adds Three Months to Antidumping Investigation On

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DE RUEHMO #3947 2251219
ZNR UUUUU ZZH
R 131219Z AUG 07
FM AMEMBASSY MOSCOW
TO RUEHC/SECSTATE WASHDC 2859
INFO RUCPDOC/USDOC WASHDC

UNCLAS MOSCOW 003947

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STATE FOR EUR/RUS, EEB/TPP
USDOC FOR 4321/IEP/EUR/JBROUGHER

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: ETRD ECON RS
SUBJECT: RUSSIA ADDS THREE MONTHS TO ANTIDUMPING INVESTIGATION ON
IMPORTED FIBERGLASS


1. (U) In a letter dated July 31, 2007, the Ministry of Economic
Development and Trade (MEDT) provided a courtesy notice to the
Embassy regarding the Russian government's decision to extend by
three months its dumping investigation of fiberglass imports. The
text of the MEDT letter reads as follows:

(Unofficial Translation)
"Moscow, 31 July 2007

Dear Mr. Ambassador,

Allow me to assure you of my highest consideration and to inform you
that in accordance with order No. 248 from the Ministry of Economic
Development and Trade of the Russian Federation dated 20 July 2007,
the special protective investigation relating to fiberglass imported
into the Russian Federation has been extended for three months (to
21 October 2007). The official notification about the extension of
the investigation was published in 'Rossiyskaya Gazeta' No. 160 of
26 July 2007 and was posted on the official site of the Ministry of
Economic Development and Trade of the Russian Federation (text of
the official notification is attached).

Respectfully,
G. Balandina
Director, Department of State Regulation of
Foreign Trade"

2. (U) The text of the official notification that appeared in
"Rossiyskaya Gazeta" reads as follows:

(Unofficial Translation)
"AFFIRMED
By order of the Ministry of Economic Development and Trade of
Russia
From 21 July 2007, No. 248

OFFICIAL NOTIFICATION
From the Ministry of Economic Development and Trade of the Russian
Federation 'On Extending the Special Protection Investigation
Regarding Fiberglass Imported into the Customs Territory of the
Russian Federation'

In accordance with Part 9, Article 26 of Federal Law No. 165-FZ
dated 8 December 2003 'On Special Protective, Antidumping and
Compensatory Measures in the Import of Goods,' the Ministry of
Economic Development and Trade of the Russian Federation extends by
a period of three months (to 21 October 2007) the special protective
investigation, initiated on 21 October 2006, regarding fiberglass
imported into the customs territory of the Russian Federation.
Official notification about the beginning of said investigation was
published in 'Rossiyskaya Gazeta' No. 237 on 21 October 2006.

Additional information is available from the Ministry of Economic
Development and Trade of the Russian Federation at the following
address:
Ovchinikovskaya nab., bldg 18/1
Moscow, 113324
Tel: (495) 950-1190, (495) 950-1750."
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