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U.S. Steel Corp. v. U.S., 09-1572

By FindLaw Staff on October 04, 2010 | Last updated on March 21, 2019

U.S. Steel Corp. v. U.S., 09-1572, concerned a challenge to a decision of the United States Court of International Trade upholding the Department of Commerce's determination of antidumping duties against an importer of hot-rolled carbon steel flat products from the Netherlands.  In affirming, the court held that the Court of International Trade properly exercised its jurisdiction over the Section 129 claim.  The court also held that the Court of International Trade properly found that Commerce's interpretation of its governing statute is in accordance with law as section 1677f-1(d) does not manifest a clear Congressional intent that zeroing methodology be used.

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