Aluminum products maker loses anti-dumping appeal
May 08, 2012 | 01:39 PM
| Catherine Ngai
NEW YORK The Canadian International Trade Tribunal (CITT) has dismissed an aluminum products makers appeal of a Canada Border Services Agency decision.
The agency had ruled that aluminum rails imported from China and transformed into door frames through certain fittings, such as weather stripping or screen mesh, fell under the scope of an existing anti-dumping duty determination.
But Brampton, Ontario-based AluminArt Products Ltd. argued that its doorframe rails should not be covered by the determination because its extra fittings are attached after the extrusion process instead of during. and as a result its products are transformed into another downstream product.....
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