Trade Remedies against China

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Argentina and Uruguay Levy Anti-Dumping Duties on Chinese Imports

Argentina and Uruguay recently imposed anti-dumping duties on various Chinese goods, including water heaters and metal doors.

Biden Administration Intervenes to Temporarily Stop Tariff Expansion on Solar Products

In the midst of an inquiry into whether Chinese producers of solar products shifted production to certain Asian countries in order to avoid tariffs, the Biden administration has announced a two year pause in imposing the tariffs, along with certain actions designed to help domestic producers.

Commerce Secretary Raimondo Testimony to House of Representatives Touches on Various China Trade Issues

Following up on her Senate testimony yesterday, Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo responded to a number of questions related to China trade issues at a House of Representatives hearing today, including on critical minerals, an anti-circumvention inquiry related to Chinese solar panels, and outbound investment screening.

Commerce Secretary Raimondo Senate Testimony Touches on Various China Trade Issues

At a Senate Appropriations Committee hearing today, Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo responded to a number of questions related to China trade issues, including the Section 301 tariff review and an anti-circumvention inquiry related to Chinese solar panels.

UK Begins Anti-Dumping / Countervailing Investigation on Fibre Optic Cables from China

The UK Trade Remedies Authority (TRA) has started investigations of imports of fibre optic cables from China, the third "new case" -- i.e., not one that was part of a transition after the UK left the EU -- that the TRA has opened and the second against imports from

USITC Finds Injury, Commerce Department Finds Dumping/Subsidization for Snow Throwers from China

Last week, a U.S. trade agency issued a decision that paves the way for  anti-dumping and countervailing duties to be imposed on snow throwers from China.

California Companies Ordered to Pay Almost $2 Billion on Sham Sales of Chinese Aluminum in the United States

Six California companies were ordered by a U.S. District Court Judge to pay $1.83 billion in restitution because of a scheme to conduct sham sales designed to avoid customs duties and inflate the value a Chinese company.
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