Commerce Finalizes Steep Levies On Chinese Mower Engines

By Alex Lawson (January 5, 2021, 5:43 PM EST) -- The U.S. Department of Commerce on Tuesday finalized new duties stretching upward of 450% on imports of lawn mower engines from China, firming up its earlier findings that the merchandise has been unfairly subsidized and sold in the U.S. at artificially low prices.

Commerce's International Trade Administration laid out its final anti-dumping and countervailing duties against a slew of Chinese companies in response to petitions filed last year by Wisconsin-based manufacturers Kohler Co. and Briggs & Stratton Corp., which said their business was being threatened by cheap engines coming in from China.

Imports of the engines, ranging in size from 225...

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