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Scurvy ruling

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U.S. federal appeals court upholds International Trade court ruling in favor of U.S. Customs' service 1998 reclassification of Warner Lambert's Halls Defense Vitamin C supplements drops as "sugar confectionery" rather than "medicaments" for the purpose of determining duty upon imports: medicaments are admitted duty free. The appeals court decision finds that while vitamin C may be used to prevent scurvy, it is "a rare disease" and the drops are not promoted for prevention or cure of any disease, but rather for their flavor...
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