Scores Of Chinese Cos. Dumped Nails In US, ITA Says

Law360, New York (September 17, 2010, 3:53 PM EDT) -- Steel nails from China have been sold below normal value in the U.S., the Department of Commerce has preliminarily found, assessing anti-dumping duty rates ranging from 6.48 percent to 52.25 percent for dozens of exporters that qualified for their own rates in an administrative review.

Still more Chinese companies — 82 overall — did not qualify for their own rates in the finding, published Wednesday by the U.S. International Trade Administration in the Federal Register, and were therefore subject to a preliminary China-wide rate of 118.04...
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