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U.S. Department of Commerce Changes Policy to Include More Small Companies in Antidumping Administrative Reviews

Jonathan T. Stoel

Jonathan T. Stoel,

Washington, D.C.

Craig Lewis

Wes Carrington

18 November 2013
In a major shift in policy, the U.S. Department of Commerce (DOC) is changing its practice regarding the selection of respondents in a particular type of antidumping duty proceeding known as an administrative review (i.e., annual proceedings to determine the appropriate duty rates for the previous year’s entries). This change promises to profoundly alter the administrative review process, making it less predictable for exporters and importers. The DOC's change in the selection of respondents is limited to its antidumping administrative review proceedings, and does not currently apply to its investigations or countervailing duty proceedings.
U.S. Department of Commerce Changes Policy to Include More Small Companies in Antidumping Administrative Reviews
Jonathan T. Stoel

Jonathan T. Stoel,

Washington, D.C.

Craig Lewis

Wes Carrington

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