Schaeffler Protests Zeroing In Ball Bearing Duty Review

Law360, New York (September 22, 2011, 7:29 PM EDT) -- Italian ball bearing exporter Schaeffler Italia SRL on Thursday challenged the U.S. Department of Commerce's recent decision to use the controversial zeroing method to calculate anti-dumping duties in a recent administrative review.

In its complaint filed in the U.S. Court of International Trade, Schaeffler and its U.S. counterpart challenge the department's Aug. 24 decision to apply a 2.87 percent anti-dumping duty deposit rate for the company — instead of the 0 percent margin it says it would merit without zeroing — despite the company's protests that...
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