Canada Opens Probe Into Imports Of Chinese Steel Sinks

Law360, San Diego (October 28, 2011, 6:21 PM EDT) -- The Canadian International Trade Tribunal said Friday that it had opened an initial inquiry into whether domestic producers are put at a disadvantage by stainless steel sinks from China that are allegedly dumped and subsidized.

The tribunal, an independent quasi-judicial body that reviews disputes over imports, commenced a preliminary inquiry in light of a complaint filed by Ontario-based Novanni Stainless Inc. and Franke Kindred Canada Ltd. claiming that the imported sinks are hurting their business.

The inquiry was prompted after the Canada Border Services Agency on...
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