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USDOC to reset AD duty rate on Taiwan’s steel nails for third times

4 Aug 2021 16:54 reported by Joy Liu

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According to the ruling made by the US Court of International Trade (USCIT) on July 30, the US Department of Commerce (USDOC) has to reset the anti-dumping (AD) duty rate for certain steel nails originating in Taiwan for the third time since chief judge Barnett thought that the latest interpretation of USDOC was not sufficient. The USDOC was scheduled to announce the revised duty rate by October 13.

The US began to impose AD duties on steel nails exported from Taiwan to the US in 2015, and the 78.17% duty rate is imposed on most of Taiwan’s steel nail manufacturers.

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