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CIT backs up Commerce determination in CVD case amid ‘stonewalling’ by China

September 16, 2022 at 4:44 PM
The Court of International Trade this week accepted -- for the first time -- the Commerce Department’s justification for applying adverse facts available about a Chinese export financing program in a ruling on a countervailing duty challenge. In a Sept. 13 slip opinion on the case, brought by a Chinese exporter contesting Commerce’s final determination in a countervailing duty investigation into wood mouldings and millwork products from China, CIT Judge M. Miller Baker sustained the department’s determination, saying it was...


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