No Countervailing Duties On Chinese Bricks: ITA

Law360, New York (December 18, 2009, 2:19 PM EST) -- The International Trade Administration has decided not to impose countervailing duties on magnesia carbon bricks from China, though the U.S. government could still impose anti-dumping duties on the imports.

On Thursday, the agency announced it had reached a negative determination in its countervailing duty investigation, finding that exporters had a preliminary net subsidy rate of less than 1 percent, which qualifies as de minimis under U.S. law.

In July, the federal government launched anti-dumping and countervailing duty probes aimed as magnesia carbon bricks after receiving a...
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