US To Deduct Tax Costs From China, Vietnam Export Prices

Law360, Chicago (June 18, 2012, 5:44 PM EDT) -- The U.S. Department of Commerce will start using a new method to cut export prices in certain anti-dumping proceedings for goods from China and Vietnam by the amount of export tax, duty or other charge imposed by the country of origin, the department said Monday.

In a notice released ahead of its publication in Tuesday's Federal Register, Commerce said it would apply the Tariff Act of 1930's section 772(c)(2)(B) to anti-dumping duty investigations and administrative reviews involving merchandise from those two countries, which the department considers...
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