USITC rejects dumping, subsidy cases against India
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USITC rejects dumping, subsidy cases against India

Monday, 21 July 2003, 07:00 Hrs
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WASHINGTON: The U.S. International Trade Commission (USITC) has rejected dumping and subsidy cases against a product from India used in manufacturing printing ink.

In a 4-0 vote, the commissioners made a preliminary determination that the imports from India of coloured synthetic organic oleo-resinous pigment dispersions did not hurt U.S. industry.

Imposition of antidumping duties requires final affirmative determinations from both the Department of Commerce that dumping occurred and the USITC that the imports injured or threatened U.S. industry.

Similarly, imposition of countervailing duties requires final affirmative determinations on both subsidies and injury.

These pigment dispersions, thick putty that contains pigment dispersed in a varnish, are used primarily for the manufacture of letterpress and lithographic printing inks.



Source: IANS
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