U. S. Steel Associations Rebut Chinese Trade Claims

July 2007
Metal Center News;Jul2007, Vol. 47 Issue 8, p32
Trade Publication
The article reports on the reactions of the U.S. steel associations to the release of a document from the China's Chamber of Commerce of Metals, Minerals & Chemicals Importers and Exporters (CCCMC) of China. The American Iron and Steel Institute, the Steel Manufacturers Association and the Specialty Steel Industry of North America said that the CCCMC does not address all the major problems of Chinese government subsidies to the steel sector. INSET: Senate Bill Targets China Currency Practices.


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