US Slashes Duties On Chinese Aluminum Extrusions
Commerce’s International Trade Administration announced in the Federal Register that it made significant ministerial errors when it preliminarily assessed a 59 percent duty rate for imports of aluminum extrusions from China. After crunching the numbers again, the agency suggested anti-dumping duties of around 32 percent.
When the agency published its preliminary dumping determinations in November 2010, the calculations...
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