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Trade Tribunal ends investigation into Chinese wall module dumping


October 2, 2012
By Patrick Flannery

Oct. 2, 2012 – The federal International Trade Tribunal has issued a Notice of Termination of Investigation announcing the end of its investigation into dumping of unitized curtain wall modules by Chinese exporters. In the notice, the Tribunal said "The evidence does not disclose a reasonable indication that the dumping
and subsidizing of the subject goods have caused injury or retardation
or are threatening to cause injury."

Oct. 2, 2012 – The federal International Trade Tribunal has issued a
Notice of Termination of Investigation announcing the end of its
investigation into dumping of unitized curtain wall modules by Chinese
exporters. In the notice, the Tribunal said "The evidence does not
disclose a reasonable indication that the dumping
and subsidizing of the subject goods have caused injury or retardation
or are threatening to cause injury."

The detailed Statement of Reasons saying how the decision was reached has yet to be posted.

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Allan Window
Technologies of Concord, Ont., Ferguson Neudorf Glass of
Beamsville, Ont., Flynn Canada of Mississauga, Ont., Inland
Glass & Aluminum of Kamloops, B.C., Oldcastle
Building Envelope of Concord, Ont., Sota Glazing of Brampton,
Ont., Starline Architectural Windows of Langley, B.C. and Toro Aluminum of Concord, Ont. launched the anti-dumping complaint this past summer.

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