CIT Will Not Refund Duties Prior to Drilling Fluid Additives Case


By Grace Dixon (October 1, 2021, 3:55 p.m. EDT) – The United States Court of International Trade has refused to refund duties levied on xanthan gum imports under a Customs and Protection Protection ruling. US borders that a manufacturer of oil drilling fluids was evading dumping duties, arguing that the company had not properly protested the error.

CIT on Thursday refused to grant GLōB Energy Corp.’s offer. for a preliminary injunction that would have forced the agency to repay duties levied on shipments of the additive often used in food and drilling fluids that would have passed through India to avoid duties on Chinese imports, arguing that ‘he has no jurisdiction to do so because …

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