CIT backs Taiwan mill in OCTG rebate case

The US Court of International Trade (CIT) has decided that a Taiwanese tube mill can have its anti-dumping duties reduced based on rebates that did not appear in sales contracts.

The case involved anti-dumping duties on imports of oil country tubular goods (OCTG) from Tension Steel Industries as part of a 2014 final determination. The US Commerce Department assigned duties of 2.52% on Tension Steel. The company later argued that Commerce did not properly apply all of its product rebates when it calculated selling prices. Commerce initially said it...

Published

Dom Yanchunas

July 19, 2017

00:59 GMT