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Aluminum Extrusion Producer to Ask CIT to Reconsider Right to Intervene in EAPA Case


MMM's Mary Hodgins was called for comment on a recent Enforce and Protect Act (EAPA) case involving a client and allegations of a duty evasion scheme concerning duties on aluminum extrusions from China. A judge ruled that the client does not have the right to intervene in this case, challenging the determination of evasion. Hodgins plans to ask the Court of International Trade to reconsider its decision. Read the full article here. Login required.