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Japanese Steel Dumping Verdict Reversed Yet Again

Law360 (July 26, 2007, 12:00 AM EDT) -- A dispute over alleged dumping of Japanese steel in the United States on Wednesday resulted in the Federal Circuit reversing the Court of International Trade's decision on the matter for the third time in almost seven years.

The history of the case, a sunset review assessing whether anti-dumping tariffs should continue to be levied against Japanese and Italian steel makers, spans over six years and includes four determinations by the International Trading Commission, six opinions from the Court of International Trade and two prior opinions from...
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