US sets preliminary duties on Chinese car and light truck tires
The United States is set to slap more duties on imports of tires from China after the Department of Commerce determined they were sold too cheaply in the United States. In a preliminary decision Jan. 21, Commerce set anti-dumping duties of up to 87.99 percent on car and light truck tires. Commerce had already set anti-subsidy duties of up to 81.29 percent after a complaint from U.S. trade unions.
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