International Trade Commission Revokes 15 of 17 Countervailing Duty Orders

January 2007
Metal Center News;Jan2007, Vol. 47 Issue 1, p54
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The article reports the nullification of U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) towards countervailing and antidumping orders against foreign steel producers. The nullification was conducted during review hearings, 15 of 17 cases were put to sunset. Steel industries in the U.S. believe that the decision of ITC and the newly constructed steel industry does not need protection from import competition and it is a big win for steel consumers and the U.S. economy in general.


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