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1:15-cv-00251 - Cooper Tire & Rubber Company et al v. United States


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1:15-cv-00251 - Cooper Tire & Rubber Company et al v. United States
March 29, 2017
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Order entered on 3/29/2017 Public Slip Op.17-32. ORDERED that Commerce, within fifteen days of the issuance of this Opinion and Order, shall issue a redetermination upon remand (Remand Redetermination) in which it redetermines in accordance with this Opinion and Order the contested cash deposit rate and informs the court of the date by which it will place the redetermined cash deposit rate into effect by means of instructions issued to U.S. Customs and Border Protection; it is further ORDERED that plaintiffs and defendant-intervenor may submit comments on the Remand Redetermination within ten days of the filing of the Remand Redetermination; it is further ORDERED that in their comment submissions the parties address the issue of when the remedy ordered by the court should be effectuated in instructions issued to U.S. Customs and Border Protection; and it is further ORDERED that defendant may respond to plaintiffs comments within ten days of the filing of such comments. (related document(s)22) (Attachments: # (1) Cited Web Page). (Love, Cynthia)
September 25, 2017
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Order entered on 9/25/2017, Slip Op. 17-130, Sustaining a decision in response to court order in litigation contesting a determination issued in an investigation of sales at less than fair value of certain passenger car and light truck tires from the People's Republic of China. The court, therefore, will enter judgment sustaining the Remand Redetermination. (related document(s)43).(Taronji, Steve)