Court of International Trade Remands Antidumping Duty Review of Chinese Shrimp

News & Insights
Aug 24, 2011

The Court of International Trade today issued a remand for the Commerce Department to revisit its selection of the Chinese companies used to set the antidumping duty rates in the fourth administrative review of that order. Picard Kentz & Rowe brought the case on behalf of the Ad Hoc Shrimp Trade Action Committee (“AHSTAC”), an association of domestic producers of frozen warmwater shrimp. Chief Judge Pogue directed the agency to better explain or otherwise reconsider its decision that did not address AHSTAC’s valid concerns. Remand results are due in October.