Commerce looks to revise anti-dumping duty reviews
Dec 17, 2010 | 11:36 AM
The U.S. Commerce Department is considering revising how it imposes anti-dumping duties, particularly for companies in non-market economy countries, including—but not limited to—China.
As part of an overall review of its practices, Commerce is evaluating whether it should revise current policy, which presently limits the number of companies that are individually examined and assigns an anti-dumping duty rate to all others not selected for individual examination.
Additionally, Commerce is evaluating how it reviews companies from what it classifies as non-market economy countries.....
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