U.S. ITC Determines Cabinet Manufacturers Harmed by Chinese Imports

This week, the U.S. International Trade Commission determined that kitchen and vanity cabinet producers had been materially injured by imports from China that were priced unfairly. The ruling follows a determination by the Department of Commerce (DOC) that the Chinese-made products were subsidized and sold at less than fair market value.  The DOC is now allowed to impose countervailing and antidumping duties on both product categories beginning the first week of April. These duties are assigned to Chinese manufacturers but are paid by importers of the merchandise. See Federal Register and Furniture Today


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