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U.S. Regulators Crack Down On Chinese Paper Dumping

Law360 (April 13, 2006, 12:00 AM EDT) -- In a blow to Chinese paper companies, U.S. trade officials have set anti-dumping tariffs on some paper imports from China.

The U.S. Department of Commerce has provisionally imposed duties from 52.1% to 258.21%. A vote will be held in August to determine whether the tariffs will become permanent.

Products affected by the tariffs include school supplies like lined paper notebooks, composition books and graph paper.

The duties are the result of an investigation kicked off in September of last year after the Association of American School...
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