DOC Told To Try, Try Again On S. Korean Steel Duty

Law360, New York (January 12, 2011, 7:54 PM EST) -- A federal judge has again sent the U.S. Department of Commerce back to the drawing board over an anti-dumping duty it issued on certain steel imports from South Korea, saying the agency relied on flawed methodology in making its determination.

Judge Timothy Stanceu of the U.S. Court of International Trade ruled Tuesday that the U.S. International Trade Administration improperly included South Korea-based Union Steel Manufacturing Co. Ltd.'s sales of laminated corrosion-resistant carbon steel flat, or CORE, products in comparing Union's home sales with U.S. sales....
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