Commerce Levies Hefty Duties On Wheels From China

Law360, New York (March 19, 2012, 8:09 PM EDT) -- The U.S. Department of Commerce on Monday found that imports of certain steel wheels from China were sold in the U.S. at below market prices, slapping exporters with anti-dumping duties as high as 193.54 percent.

As a result of an anti-dumping duty investigation, Commerce said it would impose dumping rates for Chinese-made wheels — which are used with tubed and tubeless tires — ranging from between 44.96 and 193.54 percent.

In a countervailing duty investigation over the same products, the agency set net subsidy rates ranging...
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