2006 duty disbursements come to $21.8M ... so far

Combs, Health E.
April 2007
Furniture/Today;4/23/2007, Vol. 31 Issue 32, p44
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the U.S. Department of Customs and Border Protection's 2006 duty disbursements. The Department paid an initial $21.8 million to petitioners from antidumping duty money collected from the importers of Chinese-made wood bedroom furniture. It is holding an additional $156.6 million from duties in a clearing account. The disbursements to the petitioners are based on the amount of wood bedroom furniture produced by the companies in the U.S. INSET: Antidumping duties received in 2006.


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