Commerce told to reconsider magnesium ruling
Jan 28, 2013 | 05:42 PM
| Catherine Ngai
NEW YORK The U.S. Court of International Trade (CIT) has remanded a case involving imports of pure magnesium from China back to the Commerce Department, which now must reconsider how it calculated certain production and economic inputs.
Commerce had issued producer Tianjin Magnesium International Co. Ltd. a weighted-average margin of zero in its final anti-dumping duty administrative review of imports from May 1, 2009, to April 30, 2010 (amm.com, Dec. 8, 2011). But petitioner U.S. Magnesium LLC claimed that while it submitted new factual information on the case that it alleged could indicate fraud, albeit 11 months later, Commerce chose to....
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