Antidumping Duty Order

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Antidumping Duty Order

An order by a government agency imposing or expanding an antidumping duty on an import thought to be priced unfairly low.
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Once the DOC or the ITC has issued positive antidumping duty orders against the foreign company, the foreign company may petition either agency to appeal.
The United States revoked the countervailing and antidumping duty orders and returned about US$4 billion to the importers of record.
The first hurdle has been cleared in the effort to extend the antidumping duty orders for preserved mushrooms from Chile, India, Indonesia, and the People's Republic of China.
The German pressmakers -- which settled with Goss after earlier antidumping duty orders on their imports expired -- did not wish to "go back and reopen old wounds," says Smith.
[section] 1673a(a) (imposing antidumping duty orders); see also infra notes 52-61 and accompanying text.
If those industry determinations are affirmative, the department will issue antidumping duty orders for the imports in question.