New Court Ruling Renders U.S. Anti-Subsidy Law Inapplicable to China


A U.S. Federal Court has ruled that existing law does not allow U.S. companies to seek relief against imported goods from China that benefit from Chinese government subsidies.

Any company involved in U.S.-China trade may be affected by a new court ruling on the application of U.S. trade law to imports from China. The new ruling will make it difficult or impossible for Chinese government subsidies provided to manufacturers or exporters in China to be addressed under existing U.S. law. Companies with pending or possible future interests in anti-subsidy trade actions involving China should watch this issue very closely.

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