Imports Put Kink in Standard Pipe

Pinkham, Myra
September 2007
Metal Center News;Sep2007, Vol. 47 Issue 10, p40
Trade Publication
The article reports that domestic producers of welded standard pipe have been pressured from predatory pricing of Chinese imports in the U.S. Christopher Plummer, managing director of Metal Strategies Inc. estimates that Chinese imports of welded standard pipe continue to grow despite a decline in overall steel imports. In this connection, a number of standard pipe producers along with the United Steelworkers union filed an antidumping against Chinese imports.


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