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posted in June 2003
Hynix adopts modest demeanor before ITC hearing panel
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6/27/2003   Post a comment
Hynix Semiconductor downplayed its market and technology strengths during a hearing of the International Trade Commission in an effort to convince the ITC that a series of loans alleged to have been orchestrated by the Korean government did not give it an unfair advantage over U.S. DRAM makers. The hearing will determine whether a nearly 45% tariff assessed by the U.S. Commerce Department earlier this month should be upheld.
U.S. Commerce Department upholds heavy tariff against Hynix DRAM
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6/17/2003   Post a comment
The Commerce Department Tuesday announced in a final ruling that it has imposed a 44.71% countervailing duty on DRAMs imported into the United States by Hynix Semiconductor Inc. because of what it said were illegal subsidies granted to the chipmaker by the Korean government.


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