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BLACK & DECKER FILES ANTI-DUMPING PETITION

 BLACK & DECKER FILES ANTI-DUMPING PETITION
 TOWSON, Md., May 29 /PRNewswire/ -- The Black & Decker Corporation


(NYSE: BDK) announced today that it has filed an anti-dumping duty petition with the Department of Commerce and the U.S. International Trade Commission on behalf of the U.S. power tool industry relating to professional power tools imported from Japan.
 The petition covers all professional cutting tools, such as circular saws, jig saws and reciprocating saws, and all professional sanding and grinding tools.
 The petition alleges that Japanese manufacturers have been dumping professional power tools in the U.S. market. It is estimated that the government proceedings will take approximately 10-14 months.
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 /CONTACT: Barbara B. Lucas, v.p.-public affairs of Black & Decker, 410-583-2980/
 (BDK) CO: Black & Decker Corporation ST: Maryland IN: HOU SU:


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