CIT Issues Split Ruling On Japanese Ball Bearing Duties

Law360, Los Angeles (July 29, 2011, 9:39 PM EDT) -- The U.S. Court of International Trade on Friday affirmed in part a U.S. Department of Commerce re-evaluation of its administrative review of anti-dumping duty orders on ball bearings and parts from Japan.

But noting that the redetermination addressed five issues raised in a previous CIT decision, the court held that Commerce had gotten it right on only three, and ordered a second remand to consider two issues, including the department's application of a zeroing methodology.

“Commerce, on remand, shall reconsider its decision to apply its zeroing...
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