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AD/CV: Rebar, Aluminum Extrusions, Pressure Pipe

Tuesday, September 27, 2016
Sandler, Travis & Rosenberg Trade Report

Rebar. The International Trade Commission has instituted and scheduled the preliminary phase of antidumping injury investigations of steel concrete reinforcing bar from Japan, Taiwan, and Turkey and a countervailing injury investigation of rebar from Turkey. A conference will be held Oct. 11, requests to appear at the conference are due by Oct. 6, written submissions are due by Oct. 14, and the ITC’s preliminary determinations are due by Nov. 4.

Aluminum Extrusions. Pursuant to a court order, the International Trade Administration has amended a final ruling on the scope of the AD and CV duty orders on aluminum extrusions from China to specify that Whirlpool Corporation’s kitchen appliance door handles with plastic end caps are not covered by the scope of these orders.

Pressure Pipe. The ITA has made final affirmative AD and CV duty determinations on welded stainless pressure pipe from India. As a result, if the ITC makes final affirmative AD and CV injury determinations, the ITA will instruct U.S. Customs and Border Protection to require AD and CV cash deposits at the weighted average dumping margins (which are zero and 12.66 percent) and subsidy margins (which are 3.13 percent to 6.22 percent), except where the rates are zero or de minimis and with AD deposit rates adjusted by the amount of countervailable export subsidies where appropriate.

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