International Trade Commission (ITC)

(U.S.) An independent U.S. government fact-finding agency with six commissioners who review and make recommendations concerning countervailing duty and antidumping petitions submitted by U.S. industries seeking relief from imports that benefit unfair trade practices. Known as the U.S. Tariff Commission before its mandate was broadened by the Trade Act of 1974. Contact: U.S. Department of Commerce; International Trade Commission; 500 E. Street SW; Washington, DC 20436 USA; Tel: [1] (202) 205-2000; Web: www.usitc.gov. See dumping; countervailing duty.

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