Initiation of Dumping Investigation: Certain Men's Woven Business Shirts From China and Hong Kong Notice is hereby given that I, Alexander Hugh McPhail, Manager, Trade Remedies Group, Ministry of Commerce, acting pursuant to section 10 (1) of the Dumping and Countervailing Duties Act 1988, and under delegated authority from the Secretary of Commerce, have initiated an investigation to determine both the existence and effect of alleged dumping of the goods listed in the Schedule to this notice, being satisfied that sufficient evidence has been provided that: (a) The goods imported or intended to be imported into New Zealand are being dumped; and (b) By reason thereof material injury to an industry has been or is being caused, or is threatened. Schedule Description of Goods Subject to Investigation Certain men's woven business shirts exceeding 37 cm neck/collar size made of cotton or of man-made fibres or mixtures of cotton and man-made fibres, and having the following characteristics: short or long sleeved; with or without button-down collars; of any colour; with or without detachable collars; but excluding: uniform shirts with shoulder flaps (epaulettes); formal dress shirts (these are designed to be worn with a dinner suit, having a wing collar and/or panels in the front; other characteristics of a formal dress shirt are that it may have double bend-back cuffs and a concealed button front). Countries of Origin People's Republic of China Hong Kong The goods are currently classified under Tariff Items and Statistical Keys 6205.20.11.00G, 6205.20.19.00H, 6205.30.11.00L and 6205.30.19.00A of the Tariff of New Zealand, which classification is provided for convenience and Customs purposes only, the written description being dispositive. Dated at Wellington this 31st day of January 1994. A. H. McPHAIL, for Secretary of Commerce. Invitation for Submissions Interested parties are invited to make submissions to the Trade Remedies Group, Ministry of Commerce, P.O. Box 1473, Wellington.