The U.S. International Trade Commission voted to terminate the antidumping duty investigation for MMM client Kingtom Aluminio.
In counsel led by MMM’s Brady Mills, Will Planert, and Emma Peterson, Kingtom Aluminio argued that the Dominican Republic should be excluded from the antidumping duty investigation on aluminum extrusions on the grounds that imports from the Dominican Republic were negligible. The ITC agreed with MMM’s argument, terminating the antidumping duty investigation solely for producers in the Dominican Republic while subjecting producers from 14 other countries to investigations and potential duties. Such decision is a rare and total victory for MMM client Kingtom Aluminio.
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