CIT Says Commerce Still Didn't Get Bearing Co. Duties Right

Law360, New York (August 2, 2012, 7:55 PM EDT) -- The U.S. Court of International Trade on Thursday again rejected a dumping margin calculated by the Department of Commerce against a Chinese bearing manufacturer, saying that the regulator intentionally failed to comply with the court's instructions on recalculating.

Judge Timothy C. Stanceu found that Commerce incorrectly issued a remanded determination that levied a 60.95 percent dumping margin against tapered roller bearings made by Peer Bearing Co.-Changshan. The judge ruled Commerce had improperly failed to recalculate the surrogate values — which are substitute pricing averages used to...
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