Law360 (May 20, 2021, 5:37 p.m. EDT) – The US Department of Commerce set anti-dumping duties on Indian wind towers at an early stage, claiming the products were sold at unfair prices in the United States, but spared the Malay wind turns the prices charged by domestic producers.

On Wednesday, the ministry attributed dumping margins of 54.03% on Indian wind towers, including those produced by the mandatory defendant, Vestas Wind Technology India Private Ltd. dumping duties against Spanish wind towers in April.

However, CS Wind Corp., CS Wind Malaysia Sdn. Bhd. And all the other Malays …

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