Commerce Dept. issues ruling on 'new shippers'

July 2006
Furniture/Today;7/10/2006, Vol. 30 Issue 43, p48
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The article reports that three Chinese manufacturers of wood bedroom furniture, namely Dongguan Landmark Furniture Products Ltd., Shenyang Kunyu Wood Industries Co. Ltd. and Meikangchi Furniture Co. Ltd., have received varying import duty rates from the United States Department of Commerce. The three firms are not part of the Commerce Department's first antidumping investigation of wood bedroom furniture exporters from China.


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