Fed. Circ. Mulls Anti-Dumping Duty On Mexican Steel Co.

Law360, Washington (January 10, 2014, 5:36 PM EST) -- A Federal Circuit panel criticized the U.S. Department of Commerce during oral arguments on Friday for imposing anti-dumping duties on a Mexican nonalloy steel pipe reseller, saying the agency shouldn't have punished the company for its supplier's noncompliance with an administrative review.

Although the federal government claimed it imposed higher anti-dumping duties on Mueller Comercial de Mexico S de RL de CV to deter foreign companies from refusing to cooperate with their reviews, the three-judge panel noted that Mueller itself had fully complied with Commerce's requests...
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Mueller Comercial de Mexico v. US


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13-1391

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Appellate - Federal Circuit

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May 7, 2013

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