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Commerce to review China’s non-market economy status, but no change expected

March 29, 2017
While the Commerce Department has initiated a review of China’s status as a non-market economy as part of the department’s antidumping and countervailing duty investigations into aluminum foil from China, analysts predict the Trump administration ultimately will not determine that China qualifies as a market economy for the purposes of trade remedy proceedings. Derek Scissors, a China expert at the American Enterprise Institute, told Inside U.S. Trade that Commerce is likely to approach the review – cited in a...


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