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ITC Turns Back US Steel’s Antitrust Gambit In China Fight

Law360 (March 19, 2018, 9:24 PM EDT) -- The U.S. International Trade Commission tossed out the competition prong of United States Steel Corp.’s wide-ranging bid to block shipments of Chinese steel from the market, ruling Monday that U.S. Steel must show a specific “antitrust injury” to pursue the case.

Three of the ITC’s four sitting commissioners backed an administrative law judge’s late 2016 decision to toss the antitrust portion of U.S. Steel’s dispute, closing the book on an ambitious case that pushed the boundaries of international antitrust litigation.

A key prong of the company’s...
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