Trade & Manufacturing Alert - April 2011

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In This Issue

01 WTO Appellate Body Report On U.S. Antidumping And Countervailing Duties Against China Upholds Many Of The Panel’s Legal Findings But Reverses On Two Key Issues

02 President Obama Visits Brazil, Seeks Closer Trading Relationship

03 China’s 12th Five-Year Plan For National Economic And Social Development Provides A Glimpse Of China’s Industrial Focus In The Near Term

04 USTR’s 2011 Trade Policy Agenda Targets Job Growth

04 U.S. Importers Face Jail Time And Massive Fines For Illegally Avoiding Antidumping Duties

05 Commerce’s New Rule On Remedial Tariffs Can Affect Corporate Acquisitions

06 News of Note

08 Contacts

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