In tomorrow’s Federal Register, the Commerce Department’s International Trade Administration will publish the final results of the 2017 Administrative Reviews of the U.S.-Mexico antidumping and countervailing duty suspension agreements.

The Commerce Department finds that the Mexican industry is in compliance with the both AD and CVD agreements (as well as the Mexican government in the case of the CVD agreement).

For the AD suspension agreement, “Commerce finds that evidence submitted by the respondents…adequately demonstrates that 85 percent of the dumping has been eliminated.”

Commerce also finds that the amended suspension agreements are “meeting the statutory requirements.”

The decision memo for the AD Administrative Review is below.