CIT Tells Commerce To Reassess Chinese Paper Duties

Law360, New York (June 18, 2013, 7:01 PM EDT) -- The U.S. Court of International Trade ruled Monday that the U.S. Department of Commerce made a number of errors when it imposed anti-dumping duties on Chinese photo paper in 2010, including ignoring a rule on so-called targeted dumping that the court said the agency still should have been enforcing.

Judge R. Kenton Musgrave found problems regarding targeted dumping, valuation of inputs and various other aspects of Commerce's investigation, which culminated in November 2010 with duties ranging from 7.6 to 135.83 percent on Chinese exports of so-called...
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