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DoC postpones ruling on kitchen furniture imports

21.06.2019 − 

The US Department of Commerce (DoC) has delayed a preliminary decision that it had planned to make on 30 May about whether to impose countervailing duties (CVD) on imports of kitchen furniture and furniture parts from China until 5 August. The American Kitchen Cabinet Alliance (AKCA) had filed a petition to this effect on 2 May. Explaining the move, the AKCA pointed out that the DoC needed more time to send out and evaluate questionnaires, select additional companies and secure additional information because of the complex nature of the matter. The DoC had approved the AKCA’s petition with the decision on 9 May. This decision was published in the Federal Register on 17 May.

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