NEW YORK The
Commerce Departments International Trade Administration
(ITA) has issued its preliminary results on a changed
circumstances review and request to revoke, in part,
anti-dumping and countervailing duty orders on aluminum
extrusions from China with respect to certain rectangular
preliminarily concluded that changed circumstances warrant the
revocation of the orders, in part. It noted that producers
accounting for substantially all of the output of the
domestic-like product to which the orders pertain lack interest
in the relief provided by the orders.
The agency will issue
the final results of the reviews no later than 270 days after
the date they were initiated.