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Duties upheld on imported Chinese furniture

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Vaughan-Bassett led the fight to convince the International Trade Commission to help combat the "dumping" of cheap Chinese furniture on the U.S. market.

WASHINGTON, D.C. — A decision by the U.S. International Trade Commission to maintain duties on Chinese furniture imports will help combat China’s unfair trade practices, Virginia’s U.S. Sen. James Webb said this week.
In testimony submitted to the commission review hearing in October, Webb warned that “dumping” practices are putting Virginia manufacturers on “a knife’s edge” and that failure to counter them could lead to “the point where the furniture industry in Virginia is only history.”


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