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GM, Chrysler Avoid Chinese Duties For Now

Law360 (April 4, 2011, 4:09 PM EDT) -- China opted on Saturday not to impose temporary dumping and countervailing duties on vehicles from Chrysler Group LLC, General Motors Co. and others despite finding that they received subsidies and were dumping cars in the country.

China's Ministry of Commerce preliminarily concluded that U.S.-made sedans and sport utility vehicles benefited from government subsidies and were being sold below market value in China to the detriment of the country's domestic automotive industry.

The regulator issued preliminary dumping and countervailing duty margins for five companies that manufacture cars...
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