Harden Furniture also owed antidumping funds, Sen. Schumer says
May 31, 2013,
MCCONNELLSVILLE, N.Y. — U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer (D- N.Y.) said another New York furniture manufacturer may be owed money from uncollected duties on Chinese made bedroom furniture.
Schumer told the Utica Observer-Dispatch that Harden Furniture is among the U.S. furniture producers that are owed tens of millions of dollars in money the U.S. government hasn't collected on illegally priced Chinese bedrooms. According to the article, Harden estimated that it is owed about $1 million of this money, the paper reported.
To help compensate the U.S. producers the U.S. government imposed duties on Chinese wooden bedrooms. These duties are assigned to various manufacturers but paid by importers of record.
Schumer visited with Stickley Furniture this week, another U.S. producer that was among the petitioners. Schumer claims that Stickley is also owed money from uncollected duties.
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