US Trade Court Leaves Revamped Saw Blade Duties Untouched

By Alex Lawson (October 22, 2015, 2:17 PM EDT) -- The U.S. Court of International Trade on Wednesday affirmed the U.S. Department of Commerce's reconfigured anti-dumping duties on Chinese diamond saw blades, endorsing the agency's adjustments to the tariff and its decision to turn away targeted dumping allegations by domestic producers.

In a concise decision, Senior Judge R. Kenton Musgrave again spurned the Diamond Sawblades Manufacturers Coalition's request to take a closer look at Commerce's policy toward allegations of targeted dumping — which occurs when the department sees a pattern of export prices differing significantly among different purchasers, regions or time periods — during administrative reviews.

While Commerce maintains no strict...

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