U.S. Court of International Trade wants answers about Moroccan fertilizer

The International Trade Commission took questions from a judge with the U.S. Court of International Trade. The judge wants to determine if imports of Moroccan fertilizer really are hurting U.S. producers.

The company, OCP, is appealing a ruling from the Commission that resulted in halting hundreds of thousands of tons of imports every year.

Morocco has been a longtime fertilizer supplier to U.S. farmers. It is not clear when the judge will hand down a ruling.


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