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Anti-dumping duty on Chinese woven electric blankets

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Jul '10
The US Department of Commerce recently issued a notification announcing the final anti-dumping ruling on woven electric-heat blankets originated from China.

The anti-dumping duty has been slapped between the ranges of 77.75 to 174.85 percent. The US International Trade Commission will issue the final ruling on August 9, 2010.

If the ruling of the commission is affirmative the US Department of Commerce will announce anti-dumping duty order on the involved product,

The Department published notice of initiating investigation on July 21, 2009 in response to an application of a domestic enterprise Jarden Consumer Solutions.

It decided to launch anti-dumping investigation against woven electric-heat blankets originating in China with customs code 63,011,000 for the product concerned.

The Department of Commerce made a preliminary ruling on the anti-dumping case on January 27, 2010 and passed the ruling on imposing the dumping margin.

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