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Title 16 Part 1 → Subpart E

Title 16 → Chapter I → Subchapter A → Part 1 → Subpart E

Electronic Code of Federal Regulations e-CFR

Title 16 Part 1 → Subpart E

e-CFR data is current as of June 18, 2019

Title 16Chapter ISubchapter APart 1 → Subpart E


Title 16: Commercial Practices
PART 1—GENERAL PROCEDURES


Subpart E—Export Trade Associations


Contents
§1.41   Limited antitrust exemption.
§1.42   Notice to Commission.
§1.43   Recommendations.

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§1.41   Limited antitrust exemption.

The Export Trade Act authorizes the organization and operation of export trade associations, and extends to them certain limited exemptions from the Sherman Act and the Clayton Act. It also extends the jurisdiction of the Commission under the Federal Trade Commission Act to unfair methods of competition used in export trade against competitors engaged in export trade, even though the acts constituting such unfair methods are done without the territorial jurisdiction of the United States.

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§1.42   Notice to Commission.

To obtain the exemptions afforded by the Act, an export trade association is required to file with the Commission, within thirty (30) days after its creation, a verified written statement setting forth the location of its offices and places of business, names, and addresses of its officers, stockholders, or members, and copies of its documents of incorporation or association. On the first day of January of each year thereafter, each association must file a like statement and, when required by the Commission to do so, must furnish to the Commission detailed information as to its organization, business, conduct, practices, management, and relation to other associations, corporations, partnerships, and individuals.

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§1.43   Recommendations.

Whenever the Commission has reason to believe that an association has violated the prohibitions of section 2 of the Act, it may conduct an investigation. If, after investigation, it concludes that the law has been violated, it may make to such association recommendations for the readjustment of its business. If the association fails to comply with the recommendations, the Commission will refer its findings and recommendations to the Attorney General for appropriate action.

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