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There is only one recourse left for Chinese tire importers

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There is only one recourse left for Chinese tire importers

Duties on consumer tires imported from China are not a done deal. The U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) still has to determine if they ultimately will be implemented.

What exactly is the responsibility of the ITC at this juncture, anyway? Can the ITC overrule the U.S. Department of Commerce's earlier decisions, which include the determination of specific duties?

Modern Tire Dealer Editor Bob Ulrich explains all that in his latest blog, "The fate of Chinese tire imports is in the hands of the ITC."

Whatever it decides, the ITC will issue far-reaching rulings approximately 30 days from now. To get a better handle on this hot button issue, first read the blog. Then let us know what you think by leaving a comment.

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