U.S. Court of International Trade - Slip opinions (December 13 - 20) 

December 20:  The U.S. Court of International Trade posted and / or released the following opinions and actions for the period December 13 - 20, 2013.

For an electronic version of text of the slip opinions, click on the direct hyperlink to the court’s website, as provided below:


  • Qingdao Maycarrier Import & Export Corp., Ltd. v. United States, Slip Op. 13-149 (CIT December 13, 2013): The plaintiff was not entitled to a separate, individual rate under an antidumping duty (ADD) order for fresh garlic imported from China.

    Read the opinion: 13-149 [PDF 480 KB]


  • Snap-on, Inc. v. United States, Slip Op. 13-150 (CIT December 16, 2013): The trade court granted the government’s motion for summary judgment in a case concerning countervailing duty (CVD) rate for goods containing aluminum extrusions manufactured in China.

    Read the opinion: 13-150 [PDF 493 KB]


  • Chang Chun Petrochemical Co., Ltd. v. United States, Slip Op. 13-151 (CIT December 18, 2013): The trade court sustained Commerce’s remand results in an investigation of an antidumping duty (ADD) order on polyvinyl alcohol from Taiwan.

    Read the opinion: 13-151 [PDF 512 KB]


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