CIT OKs Commerce's Chinese Chemical Duty Ruling

Law360, New York (February 21, 2013, 4:31 PM EST) -- A federal trade judge on Wednesday gave the U.S. Department of Commerce the green light to use Indian data as a surrogate in reviewing anti-dumping duties on Chinese disinfectants, 15 months after ordering the agency to better explain the decision.

U.S. Court of International Trade Judge Richard K. Eaton ruled that, on remand, Commerce had sufficiently explained why it used Indian market prices for urea in its second administrative review of chlorinated isocyanurates from China. Urea is used in the production of the antiseptic chemical....
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