History shows such restrictions just change the battlefield

Moffitt, Bob
November 2017
Wire Journal International;Nov2017 Supplement Platinum Member Report, p4
The article presents an excerpt from testimony given by Bob Moffitt, vice president of purchasing for the Heico Wire Group, to the U.S. International Trade Commission regarding the real threat to the U.S. wire rod industry.


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