Law360, Los Angeles (June 10, 2013, 4:58 PM EDT) -- The U.S. Department of Commerce's International Trade Administration has initially found that Chinese companies Alnan Aluminum Co. and Changzhou Changzheng Evaporator Co. Ltd. received countervailable subsidies for aluminum extrusions and that China withheld information about the subsidies, according to the Federal Register published Monday.
The ITA said it was conducting a countervailing duty administrative review to determine to what extent the foreign exporters were being unfairly subsidized in their home countries to create and sell the metal products. The review covered nearly 50 companies.
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