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Commerce delays market economy decision ahead of Trump’s China visit

October 05, 2017
The Commerce Department has delayed issuing preliminary antidumping duty determinations on aluminum foil from China – along with the results of a related review of China’s non-market economy status, which sources say could be a move to maintain good relations ahead of planned visits to China by President Trump and Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross. A need for positive results from Trump’s visit has been heightened due to the essentially fruitless Comprehensive Economic Dialogue held in Washington earlier this year, sources...

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