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US Int'l Trade Commission Overturns Precedent-Breaking Duties on Chinese Imports

28 November 2007
Mayer Brown Legal Update
28 November 2007 - The US Department of Commerce (Commerce) treats the People's Republic of China (PRC) as a non-market economy (NME) country. As a result, Commerce previously refused to apply the countervailing (i.e., anti-subsidy) law of the US to PRC imports. But Commerce recently broke with this decades-long precedent.
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