Antidumping duties, U.S. reviews could last indefinitely

May 2007
Furniture/Today;5/21/2007, Vol. 31 Issue 36, p8
Trade Publication
The article suggests that antidumping duties and U.S. government reviews of Chinese-made wooden bedroom furniture could last indefinitely. The U.S. International Trade Commission archives list about 280 open cases of antidumping or countervailing duties. The U.S. government plans to conduct administrative reviews each year of the previous year's duty rates.


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