Double Coin, CMA vow to fight antidumping duty

Rubber & Plastics News report

Washington – China Manufacturers Alliance L.L.C./Double Coin Holdings has vowed to fight a Commerce Department review of antidumping duties on Chinese off-the-road tires that would have CMA/Double Coin paying a 105.59-percent duty rate.

“The Commerce Department’s justification for ignoring actual sales and cost data from CMA and Double Coin is questionable in our case,” said Dan Porter, an attorney representing CMA/Double Coin, in a 9 Oct news release.

“Even though the Commerce Department explicitly found that CMA’s sale prices were well above market…

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