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06/24/2015
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03/17/2015
Mexico, Argentina Extend Limit on Duty-Free Trade in Light Motor Vehicles
Mexico and Argentina have signed an agreement that will extend for four years the so-called ACE 55 agreement setting limits on the value of light-duty motor vehicles and automotive parts that may be traded between the two countries free of duty each year.
03/12/2015
New AD and CV Duties Sought on PET resin from China, India, Oman, and Canada
Petitions filed March 9 allege that certain PET resin from China, India, Oman, and Canada is being sold at less than fair value. The alleged dumping margins are 193.66 percent to 206.51 percent for China, 29.38 percent for India, 125.72 percent to 129.13 percent for Oman and 91.6 percent to 101.44 percent for Canada.
03/10/2015
Brazil Extends Limits on Duty-Free Imports of Light Motor Vehicles from Mexico
​Mexico and Brazil signed an agreement on March 9 to extend for four more years a 2012 arrangement that established limits on the value of light-duty motor vehicles that Mexican manufacturers may export to Brazil free of duty each year.
02/19/2015
New AD Duties Sought On Silicomanganese from Australia
A petition filed Feb. 17 alleges that silicomanganese from Australia is being sold at less than fair value. The alleged dumping margin is 61.1 percent.
01/30/2015
Deadline for Mexican Textile Importers to Register Extended to March 1
​A petition filed June 3 alleges that certain passenger vehicle and light truck tires from China are being sold at less than fair value and also benefit from countervailable subsidies. The alleged dumping margins range from 45.25% to 60.15%, and 41 countervailable subsidy programs are alleged.
11/13/2014
New AD and CV Duties Sought On Melamine from China and Trinidad & Tobago
A petition filed Nov. 12 alleges that melamine from China and Trinidad & Tobago is being sold at less than fair value and benefiting from countervailable subsidies. The alleged dumping margins are 263.76 percent to 374.14 percent for China and 183.0 percent to 206.5 percent for Trinidad & Tobago

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