Commerce Must Fix Chinese Co.'s 2 Different Tariffs: CIT
Law360, Washington (April 21, 2017, 6:57 PM EDT) -- The U.S. Department of Commerce must fix a mistake that pegged a 58.84 percent anti-dumping duty on a Chinese plywood flooring exporter that obtained a dumping margin of zero in another Commerce proceeding, a U.S. Court of International Trade judge said Friday.
Linyi Bonn Flooring Manufacturing Co. Ltd. had won a complete reprieve from import duties, assigned to Chinese “multilayered wood flooring” exporters accused of dumping their goods onto U.S. markets at unfairly low values, because it managed to convince Commerce that it lacked “reviewable shipments” for the period studied in a “new shipper” proceeding. But that didn't stop Commerce, Judge...
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