The U.S. Court of International Trade sent back anti-dumping tariffs on MMM client NEXCO SA’s Argentine honey, rejecting the U.S. Department of Commerce's explanations for why it substituted beekeepers' production costs with a figure up to three times that amount in its dumping calculations.
MMM’s International Trade practice group is serving as counsel for NEXCO SA throughout trial, and Partner Julie Mendoza spoke with Law360 on the matter.
"Our client was very attentive to every detail of the investigation and fully complied with all Commerce's requirements. We believe that NEXCO will be fully excluded from the case once Commerce submits its remand decision because NEXCO did not dump its honey in the U.S. market," Mendoza said.
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