ITC Says Steel Wire From China, Mexico May Harm US Cos.

Law360, San Francisco (May 17, 2011, 2:22 PM EDT) -- The U.S. International Trade Commission preliminarily concluded Monday that galvanized steel wire imported from China and Mexico likely harms U.S. manufacturers, backing claims by domestic producers that companies based in the two countries dump their products in the U.S.

The agency voted to move forward with the initial investigation after finding there was a "reasonable indication" that the domestic industry is either materially injured or threatened by imports of the products that U.S. companies Davis Wire Corp., Johnstown Wire Technologies Inc., Mid-South Wire Co. Inc., National...
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