In This Issue:
- Commerce Declares No "Free Pass" To Commit Fraud In Trade Cases
- ITC Investigates Economic Impact Of Proposed Modifications To NAFTA Rules Of Origin
- Global Manufacturers, Encouraged By Low Energy Prices, Are Moving Production To The United States
- News of Note
- Excerpt from Commerce Declares No "Free Pass" To Commit Fraud In Trade Cases:
Trade remedies provide much needed relief to domestic industries battered by unfairly traded imports. But their effectiveness can be gravely undermined when exporters resort to deceit and outright fraud to skirt around antidumping orders. Last month, in the final results of an administrative review of lightweight thermal paper ("LWTP") from Germany, the Department of Commerce ("Commerce") made very clear that fraudulent activity will not be tolerated.
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Topics: Antidumping Duties, China, Exports, Fraud, Imports, ITC, NAFTA, Natural Gas, Trade Policy
Published In: Antitrust & Trade Regulation Updates, International Trade Updates
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