Commerce, CIT Uphold 0% Dumping Rate On Thai Wire Co.

By Kyle Jahner (April 14, 2017, 7:02 PM EDT) -- The Court of International Trade sustained the Department of Commerce's redetermination of a dumping rate on a Thai steel wire producer that stayed at 0 percent Thursday after the court had previously directed Commerce to rework its technically flawed initial ruling.

U.S. producers Davis Wire Corp and Insteel Wire Products Company brought the anti-dumping case against Siam Industrial Wire Co. and later appealed the initial ruling. The CIT agreed that the U.S. International Trade Administration had failed to account for some material inputs and information technology costs, but after the ITA recalculated a rate of zero with that data incorporated, the...

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