Commerce Reaches Final Decision in Yuanda Curtain Wall Appeal; Determined in Scope
It’s been a busy start to the year in the Yuanda v. US CIT appeal. Parties filed comments on the draft Third Remand Decision on January 6th, and Commerce filed their Final Third Remand Redetermination with the Court a few days ago. We thought it was important for you to know that Commerce maintained its position in the final Third Remand Decision, despite responding to all the parties’ comments in nearly 50 pages of the final 80-page decision. This means that Yuanda’s curtain wall unit imports are still covered by the AD and CVD orders.
It’s important to remember that the China tariffs remain in place while our litigation is pending. These tariffs, which we are fighting to keep, currently range from 49% to 229%, depending on the identity of the Chinese exporter.
For a copy of the public version of Commerce’s final Third Remand Redetermination regarding Yuanda’s Scope Ruling Request on curtain wall units imported pursuant to a contract go tocurtainwallcoalition.org/resources.
Read the joint news release from the CWC and the Aluminum Extruders Council here.
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