CIT Ends Challenge To 216% Chinese Furniture Duties

Law360 (Apr 9, 2021, 7:31 p.m. EDT) – The U.S. Court of International Trade declined to partially reimburse importers for the cost of high anti-dumping duties on Chinese bedroom furniture, ruling on Friday that U.S. Customs and the Border Patrol their punctually liquidated imports.

There was no “real dispute” to CIT Judge Mark A. Barnett that CBP was informed on May 30, 2017 that an injunction suspended the final 216.01% duty on Chinese bedroom furniture , or the “liquidation” has been canceled. In the announcement, the later liquidation of Aspects Furniture International Inc. and IMSS LLC by CBP was determined within the legal time window of six months.

May 30th, when CBP issued Liquidation …

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