April 2020

Saskatchewan Mining and Minerals Achieves Victory in Antidumping Case

United States - District of Columbia

Saskatchewan Mining and Minerals (SMMI) achieved victory in an antidumping case before the U.S. Department of Commerce (Commerce) and the U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC). Not only did SMMI receive a very low antidumping rate from Commerce, but the ITC unanimously voted that imports of sodium sulfate from Canada by SMMI did not materially injure or threaten to materially injure the U.S. sodium sulfate industry. As such, the U.S. Government will impose no antidumping duties. Faegre Drinker served as counsel to SMMI during the investigation, which concluded in early 2020.

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