The U.S. Court of International Trade this week posted and / or released the following opinion. For an electronic version of text of the slip opinion, click on the direct hyperlink to the
court’s website, as provided below:
Na Ya Plastics Corp., Am. v. United States, Slip Op. 12-92 (CIT July 12, 2012): In a case in which the ITC did not include the plaintiff in a list of potential "affected domestic producers" (potentially qualifying plaintiff for distributions from CBP of antidumping duties collected under antidumping duty orders on imports of certain polyester staple fiber collected from the Republic of Korea or Taiwan), the plaintiff claimed that the government’s actions were inconsistent with the Continued Dumping and Subsidy Offset Act of 2000 (the “Byrd Amendment”), were not supported by substantial evidence, and otherwise were not in accordance with law. The court granted government’s motion to dismiss.
For more information, contact a professional with KPMG’s Trade & Customs practice:
Douglas Zuvich, (312) 665-1022
McLoughlin, (267) 256-2614
Todd R. Smith,
Luis A. Abad, (212) 954-3094
Amie Ahanchian, (202) 533-3247
Or your local KPMG Trade & Customs professional.
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