Steel association battles imports

Geiselman, Bruce
December 1998
Waste News;12/07/98, Vol. 4 Issue 30, p5
Trade Publication
Looks at the campaign joined by the Steel Recycling Institute aimed to pressure the United States government to act against foreign firms accused of damping low-cost steel. Impact of the influx of low-cost steel on country's steel production and employment; Petition for the creation of a steel import monitoring program.


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