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CIT WRONGLY IMPOSED THE NON-MARKET ECONOMY TEST IN CONNECTION WITH FIRST SALE TRANSACTIONS

In Meyer Corporation v. US., the importer sought to establish the dutiable value of its imported cookware using the “first-sale” price from the manufacturer to the distributor.  The Court of International Trade (“CIT”) required Meyer to prove not only that the sales were conducted at arms-length but were also unaffected by China’s status as a […]

WEBINAR – FIRST SALE VALUATION AND THE MEYER DECISION

Erik Smithweiss will be conducting a webinar for the Foreign Trade Association on First Sale Valuation on April 21, 2021.  The webinar will address the impact of the recent U.S. Court of International Trade decision in Meyer Corp. United States, Slip Op. 21-26, as well as recent CBP rulings, on the continued use of first […]