The International Trade Administration has revised the cash deposit rates it calculated for dozens of companies pursuant to a remand redetermination concerning the antidumping duty order on circular welded carbon quality steel pipe from China. That redetermination found no basis for adjusting the AD rates to account for remedies that overlap those imposed by a countervailing duty order on the same goods. The revised rates are 85.55 percent for the China-wide entity and 69.2 percent for specified exporters.

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