Court Remands U.S. Order On Chinese Rotor Imports

     WASHINGTON (CN) – The Court of International Trade remanded part of the Department of Commerce’s finding that several Chinese brake-rotor manufacturers had violated an antidumping order.

     The court said the U.S. government properly assessed the labor wage rate and the value of pig iron when determining whether the Chinese companies violated the antidumping order, but had erroneously calculated the value of cast-iron scrap metal instead of the steel scrap used to make brake rotors.
     The judges remanded for a re-assessment of the steel scrap.

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