The Greening of Trade Wars

Hardy, Quentin; Buley, Taylor
April 2009
Forbes Asia;4/27/2009, Vol. 5 Issue 7, p16
The article focuses on a suit filed by U.S. Steel Corp. and other U.S. manufacturers with the World Trade Organization against China, alleging the dumping of $2.6 billion worth of welded and seamless steel pipes. It reports that if the U.S. puts a cost on carbon dioxide emission on the domestic steel industry, and if China doesn't impose a similar burden on its industry, then Chinese steel companies have an unfair advantage.


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