Steel access: a divisive industry issue

November 2017
Wire Journal International;Nov2017 Supplement Platinum Member Report, p2
The articles discusses two separate political actions being proposed in the U.S. steel industry as it struggles with a global imbalance of steel capacity. It mentions the Section 232 action, a political approach on steel imports. The federal trade action relief being asked by domestic wire rod producers is noted. The importance for wire manufacturers to have access to competitively priced wire rod is also discussed.


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