The U.S. Department of Commerce has found that a Chinese company did not violate federal anti-dumping statutes pertaining to cut-to-length carbon steel plates.
The U.S. Department of Commerce has finalized its findings in anti-dumping duty and countervailing duty investigations into potassium phosphate salts imported from China, assigning dumping rates between 69.58 and 95.4 percent and a subsidy rate of 109.11 percent.
Greek cuisine company Loumidis Foods Inc. has added its name to a list of companies suing the U.S. government over sanctions against European Union members designed as retaliation for Europe's refusal to import American meat from animals treated with certain hormones.
Motorola Inc. has fired a return shot in a Section 337 case from Panasonic Corp. Ltd. alleging infringement of chip patents, calling the patents invalid and accusing Panasonic of inequitable conduct during prosecution.
The U.S. International Trade Commission said Tuesday that it had launched the second of two investigations into the effects of intellectual property infringement in China on the U.S. economy and work force.
Brazil, the world's largest coffee producer and exporter, has unveiled what it said was the first measure of its kind to regulate the flavor and aroma of roasted and ground coffee beans.
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The U.S. Department of Commerce has decided not to recalculate anti-dumping duties on Brazilian orange juice exporter Fischer SA Comercio, Industria and Agricultura following an order from the U.S. Court of International Trade to review the duties.
As the U.S. and China kicked off the second annual Strategic and Economic Dialogue on Monday in Beijing, it was apparent that trade issues — from China's indigenous innovation rules and exchange rate policy, to U.S. export control regulations — would be front and center at the two-day talkfest.
The U.S. International Trade Commission has decided to institute a five-year review of countervailing and anti-dumping duties imposed on cellulose gum from Finland, the Netherlands and Sweden and stainless steel products from Belgium, Italy, Japan and several other countries.
Indonesia and Malaysia are reportedly considering going to the World Trade Organization with their concerns about how a new European Union biofuels trade policy might affect their palm oil exports.
The U.S. International Trade Commission has refused to review an initial determination invalidating a claim of one Ricoh Co. Ltd. patent in its action accusing two Oki Electric Industry Co. Ltd. units of infringing five multifunction printer patents.
A European Prada SpA affiliate is taking the U.S. government to court over duty rates paid on imported footwear, saying an incorrect appraisal by U.S. Customs and Border Protection forced it to pay unnecessary trademark royalties.
An anti-dumping duty order on floor-standing metal-top ironing boards from China will stay in place, with the U.S. International Trade Commission determining Friday that lifting the order would probably result in a continuation or recurrence of material injury to the domestic industry.
U.S. and European Union trade representatives expressed concerns Friday that Japan's plans to reform its postal service may only exacerbate the conglomerate's advantages over private competitors in the insurance, banking and express delivery industries.
In an effort to boost trade relations, the U.S. and Libyan governments have agreed to establish a forum to discuss trade- and investment-related topics such as market access, intellectual property, labor and environmental issues.
India and Brazil have launched World Trade Organization complaints against the Netherlands and the European Union, arguing that Dutch authorities violated international law by using patent infringement claims to seize several shipments of generic medications destined for Latin America and Africa.
A U.S. House of Representatives subcommittee on Thursday looked to Customs and Border Protection Commissioner Alan Bersin, among others, for ways to boost trade flow and modernize cargo management without compromising security.
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd. filed a lawsuit Thursday accusing General Electric Co. of trying to monopolize the U.S. market for wind turbines by filing sham patent litigation and intimidating Mitsubishi customers.
A U.S. Court of International Trade judge has affirmed in part and remanded in part anti-dumping duties levied on South Korean welded steel pipe manufacturer SeAH Steel Corp. that the company had alleged were improperly high.