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Trade Court Backs Rebar Duties On Vine Stakes From China

Law360 (March 9, 2018, 8:37 PM EST) -- The U.S. Court of International Trade on Friday upheld a U.S. Department of Commerce ruling that found a Chinese company’s agricultural training stakes were within the scope of an anti-dumping order on Chinese steel reinforcing bars, finding the department's decision “reasonable and supported by substantial evidence.”

The court rejected arguments by Quiedan Co. that the company's agricultural stakes were used to train grapevines and were thus not covered by the 2001 order. The CIT said that while the reinforcing bar, or rebar, in Quiedan’s stakes was...
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