CIT Backs Commerce's Duties On Indian Shrimp Importer

Law360, New York (February 22, 2012, 1:16 PM EST) -- The U.S. Court of International Trade on Tuesday upheld the U.S. Department of Commerce’s refusal to prorate an Indian shrimp importer's selling expense when determining anti-dumping duties, finding the figures did not conflict with calculations set in prior reviews.

Chief Judge Donald C. Pogue wrapped up the case by affirming Commerce’s remanded results that again found Liberty Frozen Foods Pvt. Ltd.’s bad debt expenses incurred should not have been prorated, and kept in place the anti-dumping duties. 

The judge found Commerce’s remand results were neither arbitrary...
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