In 2004, China flooded the market with cheap furniture, putting US companies out of business. Vaughan-Bassett, a Galax, Va. company, was saved from financial ruin when owner John Bassett III filed a petition against China and won $46 million in anti-dumping duties.
Part of America Abroad's hour-long dive into US trade policy, this story starts at the 34-minute mark. Listen here.
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