ITA nixes provision revoking duties after zero margins
May 30, 2012 | 04:15 PM
| Catherine Ngai
NEW YORK The Commerce Departments International Trade Administration (ITA) has eliminated a provision that revokes duty rates for individual exporters/producers after they receive a rate of zero for three consecutive years in anti-dumping duty cases and a rate of zero for five consecutive years in countervailing duty cases.
The modification, which was published earlier this month in the Federal Register and is effective June 20, was originally proposed by the ITA in March 2011.....
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