U.S. International Trade Commission

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U.S. International Trade Commission

An agency of the U.S. federal government that maintains American tariff schedules, arbitrates disputes and advises the president and Congress on matters of international trade. It was established in 1916.
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NSSF REPORT US INTERNATIONAL TRADE COMMISSION IMPORTS.
Washington DC: South Korea's Samsung Electronics Co Ltd infringes on portions of two Apple Inc patents on digital mobile devices, the US International Trade Commission said on Friday.
The announcement came as a response to this week's move by the US International Trade Commission (ITC) to uphold anti-dumping tariffs imposed earlier by the US Department of Commerce.
The matter originated in 2000 when CTT and the University of Illinois filed a case against Fujitsu in the US International Trade Commission and the Central District Court of Illinois alleging patent infringement and unpaid royalties, with respect to patents owned by the University.
The US International Trade Commission has once again ruled that Japanese supercomputers have been sold at unfair prices that threaten the livelihood of US manufacturers.
Solomon has engaged counsel, has arranged financing to prosecute the lawsuit, and has filed the action both in court and through the US International Trade Commission ("ITC").
News From USWA: The United Steelworkers of America (USWA) today assailed the Bush Administration's decision to reject imposing a trade safeguard action on ductile iron waterworks fittings filed with the US International Trade Commission (ITC) by the McWane Corp.
ASML Holding NV (ASML) today announced that the US International Trade Commission (Commission) in Washington D.