WTO panel OKs use of zeroing in administrative reviews
Dec 20, 2007 | 08:15 AM
| Rory Carroll
In a case involving stainless steel imports from Mexico, a World Trade Organization panel said Thursday that the body's anti-dumping agreement never intended to eliminate zeroing from administrative reviews.
The decision is a victory for U.S. steel producers and a setback for steel consumers, who argue that zeroing artificially raises anti-dumping duties.....
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