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CIT dismisses appeals on German brass sheet, strip imports

Keywords: Tags  Wieland-Werke AG, brass sheet, brass strip, anti-dumping duties, Court of Internation Trade, Commerce Department

NEW YORK — The U.S. Court of International Trade has dismissed appeals against the Commerce Department’s International Trade Administration ruling in a third five-year review of anti-dumping duty orders on brass sheet and strip from Germany.

The agency has assessed weighted-average margins of 3.81 percent against Wieland-Werke AG and an all-others rate of 7.3 percent.

Wieland-Werke had complained that the margins were too high, while domestic producers had complained they were too low.

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