10-10 - Slip Op. 10-10 UNITED STATES COURT OF INTERNATIONAL...

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Slip Op. 10-10 UNITED STATES COURT OF INTERNATIONAL TRADE Before: Gregory W. Carman, Judge ________________________________________ : NUCOR CORPORATION, : : Plaintiff, : : and : : UNITED STATES STEEL CORPORATION and AK : STEEL CORPORATION, : Consol. : Court No. 07-00454 Plaintiff-Intervenors, : PUBLIC VERSION : v. : : UNITED STATES, : : Defendant. : ________________________________________: [The Court affirms, in its entirety, the United States International Trade Commission’s Remand Determination, dated July 8, 2009.] Wiley Rein LLP , (Daniel B. Pickard ; Alan H. Price ; Maureen E. Thorson ; Lori E. Scheetz ) for Plaintiff, Nucor Corporation. , (James C. Hecht ; John J. Mangan ; Robert E. Lighthizer ; Stephen P. Vaughn ; Stephen J. Narkin ) for Plaintiff-Intervenor, United States Steel Corporation. , (Joseph W. Dorn ; Jeffrey M. Telep ) for Plaintiff-Intervenor, AK Steel Corporation. Kelley Drye and Warren, LLP , (Kathleen W. Cannon ; Paul C. Rosenthal ; R. Alan Luberda ) for Amicus, ArcelorMittal USA. James M. Lyons , General Counsel; Andrea C. Casson , Assistant General Counsel, Office of the General Counsel, United States International Trade Commission ( Marc A. Bernstein ; Robin L. Turner ), for Defendant, United States. Dated: January 27, 2010
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Court No. 07-00454 Page 2 OPINION CARMAN, Judge: This matter comes before the Court following its decision in Nucor Corp. v. United States , 33 CIT ___, 605 F. Supp. 2d 1361 (2009), in which the Court remanded a decision of the United States International Trade Commission (“ITC” or “Commission”) which found that revocation of certain antidumping and countervailing duty orders would not be likely to lead to the continuation or recurrence of material injury to the domestic hot- rolled steel industry. See Hot-Rolled Steel Products From Argentina, China, India, Indonesia, Kazakhstan, Romania, South Africa, Taiwan, Thailand, and Ukraine (“Final Determination ”), USITC Pub. 3956, Inv. Nos. 701-TA-404-408 and 731-TA-898-902 and 904-908 (Review) (Oct. 2007) (PR 453) (CR 427). 1 This lawsuit arose from Plaintiff’s and Plaintiff-Intervenors’ challenges to the Commission’s Final Determination , and ensuing Motion for Judgment on the Agency Record under USCIT Rule 56.2. The parties allege, inter alia , that the ITC’s negative injury determination in the five-year sunset review of the countervailing duty order on hot- rolled steel products from South Africa and the antidumping duty orders on hot-rolled steel from Kazakhstan, Romania and South Africa was unsupported by substantial evidence. In its opinion, the Court found that the ITC had failed to provide an adequate 1 Hereinafter all documents in the confidential record will be designated “CR” and all documents in the public record designated “PR.”
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Court No. 07-00454 Page 3 explanation or substantial evidentiary support for certain findings relating to the likely volume, price effect, and impact of subject
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