ITC Nixes Long-Halted Duties On Mexican Lemon Juice

Law360, New York (July 11, 2013, 3:32 PM EDT) -- The U.S. International Trade Commission voted Wednesday to formally remove long-suspended duties on lemon juice from Mexico, but left the measures in place against Argentina.

The anti-dumping duties on both countries have been suspended for years because Coca-Cola Co. and other companies that ship lemon juice to the U.S. signed settlement agreements to remedy the alleged dumping before the tariffs were ever imposed.

Now, the investigation will be formally ended against Mexican exporters, meaning reimposing the duties would be much harder. But the ITC unanimously found...
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