The Court of International Trade (CIT) ordered a reevaluation of duties on Huyndai’s steel exports. This ruling could have significant implications for the steel industry and global trade. In a challenge led by Brady Mills, CIT ruled that Commerce’s determination of countervailing duties on port usage rights was not supported by substantial evidence. CIT also remanded Commerce’s countervailing subsidy on sewer usage rights.
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