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Aluminium Extrusions from China, Canadian International Trade Tribunal Inquiry

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Electrolux Canada Corp. was involved in the matter of an expiry review, pursuant to subsection 76.03(3) of the Special Import Measures Act, of the findings made by the Canadian International Trade Tribunal on March 17, 2009, concerning the dumping and subsidizing of aluminium extrusions originating in or exported from the people’s Republic of China. The Tribunal concluded that allowing the expiry of the findings would result in a significant increase in imports of the subject goods at prices that could be expected to significantly undercut, depress and suppress those of the like goods, thereby causing material injury to the domestic industry. The Tribunal continued its findings in respect of the subject goods. Electrolux Canada Corp. was advised by a team from Fasken Martineau, led by Peter Kirby and Clifford Sosnow.