U.S. Government Considers Seismic Changes to Trade Remedy Regime

North American Free Trade & Investment Report

Companies involved with or affected by U.S. import trade should be aware of some potentially seismic changes in the U.S. antidumping (“AD”) and countervailing duty “CVD”) regimes that are taking shape in Washington. At issue are fundamental revisions to the way remedial duties are calculated and, later, definitively assessed. In this article, Claire Palmer, John Magnus, Barbara Murphy, and Jim Altman discuss the proposed changes to the overall structure for duty assessment and in price comparisons in antidumping cases.

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