is an independent, bipartisan, quasi-judicial federal government agency empowered to hear disputes over patented technology.
report in September could indicate the impact of the Indo-US discussions on IPR.
repeal, citing, among other things, the USITC
's inability to hear
With regards to the US countervailing and antidumping investigations, Al Shamsi also confirmed also that the USITC
on November 14 issued its negative final determination regarding both investigations affirming that the US industry is not materially injured or threatened due to imports of steel pipes from inter alia the UAE and consequently, no antidumping or countervailing duty duties will be imposed on UAE exports of the said product to the US market.
claims the country currently has the world's highest number of diabetics and will have the greatest incidence of cardiovascular disease by 2020, prompting the need for such equipment as pacemakers, electrocardiograph machines, diabetes test strips and insulin pumps.
As there is no finding of infringement as to either Suprema's software or its newer-generation live scanners, the ruling by the USITC
's Final Determination is not expected to have a materially adverse effect on Suprema's live scanner business in the United States.
Other studies draw the same basic conclusions, although the magnitudes differ because they employ different models from the USITC
Inspectors general (IG) are to provide independent and objective oversight; however, the United States International Trade Commission (USITC
) has relied on acting and temporary IGs for an extended period of time.
Biotechnology: A new report by the US International Trade Commission (USITC
) examines two segment of the US industrial biotech market, liquid biofuels and bio-based chemicals, based on a survey of 559 establishments with production or R&D activities related to liquid fuel or chemicals.
International Trade Commission (USITC
) is responsible for investigating and determining whether unfairly traded imports have caused material injury to a domestic industry.
13 issued by the Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) of the US International Trade Commission (USITC
) in December 2005.