ITA Maintains 4.71% Duties On Chinese Garlic

Law360, New York (June 22, 2010, 3:28 PM EDT) -- The International Trade Administration has opted to keep in place anti-dumping duties of 4.71 percent on fresh garlic imported from China.

In a notice published Monday in the Federal Register, the ITA said it would not make changes to its preliminary results on the imports of Chinese garlic, following an analysis of comments submitted by interested parties on the initial findings.

The ITA published the preliminary results of its administrative review in December, determining that four companies should pay margin rates of $1.03 per kilogram, while...
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