Electrode supplier circumvented duty: CIT
Sep 03, 2013 | 05:55 PM
| Catherine Ngai
NEW YORK The U.S. Court of International Trade (CIT) upheld a Commerce Department decision that U.K. Carbon & Graphite Co. Ltd. circumvented trade laws by using unfinished Chinese rod to ship small-diameter graphite electrodes into the United States through Britain.
The opinion, dated Aug. 29, relates to a petition filed in 2010 by domestic producers SGL Carbon LLC and Superior Graphite Co. that alleged the Derbyshire, England-based company was part of "an ongoing scheme to evade payment of anti-dumping duties."....
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