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Duties on Korean Steel Pipes and Tubes Must Be Revised

The Commerce Department must revisit duty rates on certain entries of steel pipes and tubes from South Korea, after a federal trade court on Thursday faulted the department’s conclusion that a “particular market situation” distorted production costs.

Dupont Loss Against Cabot to Get Second Look by Trade Agency

The International Trade Commission said it will review a judge’s findings that DuPont and its subsidiary Rohm & Haas are infringing a patent owned by Cabot Microelectronics for chemical mechanical planarization slurries used in chip-making.

Industry Group’s Legal Bid for Fabricated Steel Duties Fails

Members of the American Institute of Steel Construction lost their challenge to a trade commission decision that prevented the U.S. from imposing trade remedy duties on billions of dollars worth of fabricated structural steel from Canada, Mexico, and China, a federal trade court said Wednesday.

U.S. Producers Appeal Lowered Duties on Korean Steel Pipes

Three U.S. manufacturers are challenging a trade court decision leading to lower duties on certain imports of steel pipes and tubes from South Korea, arguing to the Federal Circuit that the Commerce Department’s original approach to addressing a “particular market situation” was lawful.

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