By Jennifer Doherty (Jan. 7, 2022, 3:53 p.m. EST) – The U.S. International Trade Tribunal has given the government 120 days to verify its work on a tariff evasion ruling that penalized Fedmet Resources Corp. for allegedly distorting the chemical composition of imported bricks used by steel makers.
In a brief order, Judge M. Miller Baker granted US Customs and Border Protection’s referral request on Thursday, staying the litigation while the agency examines Fedmet’s claims that it violated procedural rights company regular and illegally redefined the scope of customs orders covering heat resistances, carbon bricks of magnesia.
“Fedmet has raised questions about CBP’s inability to make certain documents available,” the government said. “Referral …
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