United States Court of International Trade


United States Court of International Trade
United States Court of International Trade n: a federal court having nationwide exclusive jurisdiction over a variety of cases involving international trade and customs duties including those initiated against the United States see also federal circuit

Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary of Law. . 1996.

United States Court of International Trade
Court which hears cases concerning federal tariff laws.

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