ITC Mulls Ditching Chinese Steel Pipe Duties

Law360, New York (May 31, 2013, 3:52 PM EDT) -- The U.S. International Trade Commission on Wednesday said it is reviewing whether revoking tariffs on certain steel pipes made in China would enable those products to again undersell American-made, competing goods and harm U.S. industry.

The ITC said in a notice that it was instituting a five-year review of the orders, which paved the way for an anti-dumping duty of between 69.2 percent and 85.55 percent and a countervailing duty ranging from 29.5 percent to 615.9 percent to be placed on circular, welded, carbon-quality steel pipe...
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