One plant gets 216% duty, two others get little or none

December 2006
Furniture/Today;12/11/2006, Vol. 31 Issue 14, p51
Trade Publication
The article announces the U.S. Department of Commerce's 216.01% import duty rate placed on Chinese wood bedroom manufacturer Shenyang Kunyu Wood Industry Co. The announcement was part of the government's review of Chinese wood bedroom furniture producers which are not part of the initial antidumping investigation of Chinese-made wood bedrooms shipped to the U.S. In addition, the department signed Meikangchi Furniture Co. a 1.17% duty and assigned no duty to Dongguan Landmark Furniture Products.


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