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Commerce postpones preliminary AD ruling in Chinese aluminum sheet probe

April 02, 2018 at 11:05 AM
After deeming its self-initiated antidumping investigation into common alloy aluminum sheet from China “extraordinarily complicated,” the Commerce Department has postponed a preliminary determination until June. Commerce last November self-initiated what it called “historic” AD and countervailing duty probes into imports of common alloy aluminum sheet from China. The CVD preliminary determination is expected later this month, but the AD verdict has been pushed back by 50 days. “Because Commerce has the support of cooperating parties and has deemed the investigation...

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