The Court of International Trade today issued a decision granting the government’s request to reopen an administrative review of the antidumping duty order on shrimp from China that was concluded in 2011. The Commerce Department now will consider evidence made public in 2012 that suggested transshipment through Cambodia to evade antidumping duties. This evidence was brought to […]
The Court of International Trade today issued a remand for the Commerce Department to reconsider the surrogate market economy country used to calculate duties in the fifth administrative review of the antidumping duty order on shrimp from China, a nonmarket economy. Picard Kentz & Rowe brought the case on behalf of the Ad Hoc Shrimp Trade Action […]
(Reuters) – A Chinese firm has started extracting oil from the Amu Darya basin in northern Afghanistan, mining officials said, a key moment in the country’s quest to pay its own way. Afghanistan signed a 25-year contract with National Petroleum Corp (CNPC) last December covering drilling and a planned refinery in the northern provinces of […]
The Commerce Department today took authoritative action in response to evidence of duty evasion in its final results for the 6th review of the antidumping duty order on shrimp from China. Commerce had preliminarily determined that the antidumping duty order should be revoked with regard to the Chinese exporter for whom no duties were assessed. Thereafter, PKR […]
The Senate and House this week passed identical bills to overturn the December 2011 Federal Circuit decision holding that the Commerce Department cannot impose countervailing duties on imports from non-market economies. PKR attorney Jordan Kahn wrote an article describing this development for the Winter 2012 Customs and International Trade Bar Association Newsletter.