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Byline: Richard Craver
Dec. 10--A year-long investigation into the dumping of Chinese wooden-bedroom furniture in the United States concluded yesterday with petitioners claiming victory.
But opponents said that the ruling won't stop low-priced imports from flooding into the domestic market or bring back furniture-manufacturing jobs.
The U.S. International Trade Commission voted 6-0 that it had found evidence that dumping has caused "material injury" to domestic manufacturers of wooden-bedroom furniture. Levies will be assessed against the Chinese companies next month.
Both sides of the bitterly contested investigation acknowledged that the decision wouldn't …