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Japanese all-terrain vehicles are being sold in...

Japanese all-terrain vehicles are being sold in the United States at less than fair value, the U.S. Commerce Department said. In its finding, formally known as a preliminary determination, the department said Kawasaki was selling its all-terrain vehicles in the United States at 35.4% below the price in Japan or third countries, Yamaha at 6.75% below fair value, Honda Motor Co. at 5.11% and Suzuki at 4.0%. The Commerce Department began its probe in February after the lone U.S. manufacturer of ATVs, Polaris Industries LP, of Minneapolis, said in a petition that the U.S. industry was being hurt by dumping. A final determination is expected by Nov. 21.


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