Law360 (June 10, 2021, 6:32 PM EDT) -- A Federal Circuit panel reversed the outcome of a hard-fought tariff battle Thursday, kicking an anti-dumping duty order back to the U.S. Court of International Trade with orders to reinstate the Department of Commerce's initial duty determination on Chinese tire exports.
Less than two years after winning a reduction of its anti-dumping margin from 105.31% back down to 0.14%, off-road tire exporter Double Coin Holdings Ltd. will once again face the steeper levies as a Chinese government-controlled entity, after the appeals court found that precedent contradicted the CIT judge's opposition to applying the higher rate.
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