OTR imports from India will not be slapped with an anti-dumping tariff.

OTR imports from India will not be slapped with an anti-dumping tariff.

Justice has prevailed. In a preliminary ruling, the U.S. Department of Commerce (DOC) has sided with Indian OTR tire manufacturers, saying no anti-dumping duties are necessary.

That's good, according to Modern Tire Dealer Editor Bob Ulrich, who too often has seen the downside of legislation aimed at the tire industry. "When politics are eliminated from the decision-making, it's amazing how over-legislating is minimized," he says.

Who was affected by the preliminary ruling? What convinced the DOC to rule the way it did? Will the ruling stand up?

Find out by reading Ulrich's latest blog, "DOC Says Indian OTR Tire Makers Are Fair Traders." Then let us know what you think by leaving a comment!

If you want another point of view before responding, check out this link: "USW 'Disappointed' in Tariff Decision, But Will Keep Fighting."

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