ITC Upholds Duties on Stainless Imports

August 2011
Metal Center News;Aug2011, Vol. 51 Issue 9, p45
Trade Publication
The article offers updates from several associations in the U.S. on the developments in the metal industry in 2011. The International Trade Commission (ITC) has released its review on stainless steel coiled plate from various countries. The American Iron and Steel Institute Inc. (AISI) has revealed that the U.S. has managed to import 2.7 million net tons of steel in June. The American Institute for International Steel Inc. (AIIS) has reported that steel exports have increased in May.


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