In This Issue:
- DOE Accepting Comments On Liquid Natural Gas Export Study
- Positive Developments Improve The Business Case For Returning Manufacturing To The United States
- Stainless Steel Sinks Industry Sees Benefits Of Relief From Unfair Imports From China
- Trade Disputes With Argentina Lead To U.S., E.U., Japanese Request For WTO Panel
- News Of Note
- Toyo Ink Settles Duty Evasion False Claims Act Case For $45 Million
- Russia And Moldova Granted PNTR Status
- WTO Arbitrator Sets Compliance Deadline In COOL Dispute
- Commission Votes Affirmative In U.S. Solar Case
- China Issues 2013 Tariff Schedules
- AD Investigation On Silica Bricks From China Initiated
- U.S., E.U. Commit To Small Business Trade Promotion
- Excerpt from News Of Note: Toyo Ink Settles Duty Evasion False Claims Act Case For $45 Million By P. Lee Smith:
Toyo Ink settled allegations that it violated the False Claims Act by agreeing to pay $45 million, plus interest. The Justice Department alleged that Toyo Ink knowingly misrepresented, or caused to be misrepresented, the country of origin on documents presented to U.S. Customs and Border Protection to avoid paying AD and CVD cash deposits on imports of the colorant carbazole violet pigment number 23 (“CVP-23”) between April 2002 and March 2010.
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