By William Isasi and Cynthia Galvez (February 11, 2022, 6:17 PM EST) — The U.S. Department of Commerce recently issued a final rule implementing some of the most significant changes to its anti-dumping and countervailing regulations in decades.[1]

This article on the regulatory changes highlights key aspects of the regulations with respect to inquiries about covered goods, the agency’s general authority to require certifications, and refund certifications for importers.

The most significant of these changes are the Commerce Department’s first regulations for covered commodity inquiries that went into effect for inquiries opened on or after November 4, 2021. .

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