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COMMERCE - The Federal Circuit held that bulk and consumer tissue paper imported from China materially injured the domestic tissue paper industry because there was a significant overlap in physical characteristics and uses in the paper products, and they were similarly manufactured. That there was only a limited overlap in channels of distribution and price, and mixed evidence in regard to product interchangeability and consumer perceptions, did not disprove that they were dumped imports of tissue paper that would have significant market effects on the other. Affirmed. Cleo v. U.S.

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