Commerce gets an earful over targeted dumping

Dec 21, 2007 | 07:44 AM | Rory Carroll

The Commerce Department has made public the comments it received on the subject of "targeted dumping," an unused portion of an existing statute that could revive the practice of zeroing in dumping cases by a backdoor route should it be abolished in administrative reviews.

Targeted dumping would permit investigators to isolate certain geographical locations to determine whether dumping occurred, instead of having to look at the country as a whole.....

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