July 2002
Metal Center News;Jul2002, Vol. 42 Issue 8, p55
Trade Publication
Reports the ruling of the International Trade Commission on the effect of structural beam steel imports on the industry in the U.S. Impact of ruling on the non-issuance of antidumping duty orders; Assessment on the prices of steel beams; Name of companies seeking for antidumping legislation.


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