US to alter how dumping margins are calculated [UPDATE]
Dec 26, 2006 | 09:23 AM
| Rory Carroll
In a victory for importers, the U.S. Commerce Department said Tuesday it will alter the way it determines anti-dumping margins and will soon begin averaging dumped and non-dumped goods together when calculating a final margin.
Commerce previously treated all non-dumped product as if it were priced close to the dumping threshold.
This penalized foreign suppliers for very cheap pricing of some goods without allowing the calculation to recognize the extent to which similar goods might be sold to other customers at very high prices.....
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