Commerce Department Takes Action on Pipe Imports
Large Diameter steel pipes are being dumped and used to manipulate prices, according to the US Department of Commerce.
In preliminary ruling Monday, Commerce officials said they are tentatively setting anti-dumping duties of between 3.5% and 132.6% on pipe from Canada, China, Greece, India, Korea and Turkey.
“The strict enforcement of U.S. trade law is a primary focus of the Trump Administration. Since the beginning of the current Administration, Commerce has initiated 120 new anti-dumping and countervailing duty investigations – this is a 216% increase from the comparable period in the previous administration,” the Commerce Department said in a statement.
The commerce department intends to continue investigating the unfairly traded imports.
Read the full article at the Association for Iron and Steel Technology Website.
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