Chinese Tire Exporters Appeal U.S. Antidumping Duty Rate

May 12, 2021, 5:26 PM

Several Chinese exporters and U.S. importers are appealing the U.S. duty rate on certain imports of tires from China, arguing to the Federal Circuit that the Commerce Department’s approach to calculating a rate for Chinese companies it didn’t individually examine was faulty.

The U.S. maintains antidumping duties on certain tires for passenger vehicles and light trucks. The U.S. imported an estimated $2.3 billion worth of such tires from China in 2014, before the duties were put in place, according to Commerce.

Commerce conducted a periodic duty review covering subject tires that entered the U.S. between August 2016 and July 2017. ...

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