CITT finds Chinese silicon threatens to injure
Nov 19, 2013 | 06:00 PM
| Michael Cowden
CHICAGO The Canadian International Trade Tribunal (CITT) determined Nov. 19 that silicon metal imports from China threaten to cause injury to Canadas domestic industry.
The decision means that duties calculated by the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) will be applied but provisional duties will be refunded, Dominique Laporte, CITTs secretary, told AMM Nov. 19.
"Dumping duties will be imposed," Laporte said. "The only difference, when its a threat-of-injury finding, is that provisional duties that were imposed will now be refunded."....
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