All Aboard China's Coattails!

Pinkham, Myra
January 2010
Metal Center News;Jan2010, Vol. 50 Issue 1, p18
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the criticisms on ability of Chinese trade policies to positively and negatively affect steel service center's progress in the U.S. David Phelps, president of American Institute for International Steel, supports that the economic recovery in China will help in recovery of steel industry. Thomas J. Gibson, president of the American Iron and Steel Institute, perceives that the predatory mercantile practices of Chinese is a competitive disadvantage to U.S. steel industry.


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