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U.S. Agrees To Comply With Appellate Decision In Japan Zeroing Case

February 23, 2007 at 5:00 AM
The U.S. this week announced that it intends to comply with a World Trade Organization Appellate Body decision that found against forms of the controversial antidumping methodology known as "zeroing" now used by the Commerce Department in both original investigations and reviews. The decision was the result of a successful challenge by Japan. However, the U.S. reiterated its position this week that the Appellate Body decision is devoid of legal merit, and called on WTO members to take up the...

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