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Steel News February 13, 2018 07:30:48 AM

US Commerce Department Announces Determinations in Steel Cases

Paul Ploumis
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Final determinations by the International Trade Commission as to whether the imports materially injured the domestic steel industry, or threatened to do so, are scheduled to be announced by Feb. 22.
US Commerce Department Announces Determinations in Steel Cases

SEATTLE (Scrap Monster): The Department of Commerce in January announced affirmative final determinations in its antidumping duty investigations of imports of carbon and alloy steel wire rod from South Africa and Ukraine.

The dumping margins were determined to be 135.46 percent to 142.26 percent for South Africa and 34.98 percent to 44.03 percent for Ukraine.

Final determinations by the International Trade Commission as to whether the imports materially injured the domestic steel industry, or threatened to do so, are scheduled to be announced by Feb. 22.

Also in January, the Commerce Department announced affirmative preliminary determinations in its countervailing duty investigations of imports of stainless steel flanges from China and India.

The subsidy rates were determined to be 174.73 percent for China and 5 percent to 239.61 percent for India.

Final determinations by the Commerce Department are due by April 2 and May 28 for China and India, respectively. Final determinations by the International Trade Commission are due by May 17 and July 12.

Courtesy: AIIS