Antidumping duty (AD) and countervailing duty (CVD) investigations are brought jointly by the U.S. International Trade Commission and the U.S. Department of Commerce. AD investigations are triggered when a domestic industry alleges that it has been injured by competing imports of particular goods from specific countries being sold at less than a fair value. Meanwhile, CVD investigations are triggered when a domestic industry alleges that it has been injured by competing imports that are being unfairly subsidized by their governments. The domestic industry initiating the investigation is known as the petitioner while the foreign industry participating in the investigation is known as the respondent.
AD/CVD investigations can result in determinations adverse to respondent interests for years that could effectively prohibit access to the U.S. market. Failure to effectively participate in investigations can put exporters and importers at a significant disadvantage.
Diaz Trade Law and its experienced network of Of Counsel experts have many years of experience and a strong track record of success on AD/CVD matters. Diaz Trade Law represents its clients in the following AD/CVD services:
Diaz Trade Law has significant experience on AD/CVD proceedings. If your company requires assistance on AD/CVD matters, contact Diaz Trade Law today at email@example.com or 305-456-3830.
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