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US probe says structural steel from Canada, China, Mexico was dumped

THE US Department of Commerce announced the affirmative preliminary determinations in the antidumping duty investigations of imports of certain fabricated structural steel from China and Mexico, reported the American Journal of Transportation

US probe says structural steel from Canada, China, Mexico was dumped

THE US Department of Commerce announced the affirmative preliminary determinations in the antidumping duty investigations of imports of certain fabricated structural steel from China and Mexico, reported the American Journal of Transportation

09 September 2019 - 19:00

THE US Department of Commerce announced the affirmative preliminary determinations in the antidumping duty investigations of imports of certain fabricated structural steel from China and Mexico, reported the American Journal of Transportation.

It has been determined that exporters from China and Mexico have dumped fabricated structural steel in the United States at margins ranging from 0.00 per cent to 141.38 per cent and 0.00 per cent to 30.58 per cent, respectively.



The department also announced a negative preliminary determination in the investigation of certain fabricated structural steel from Canada.



As a result of today's decisions, the department will instruct US Customs and Border Protection to collect cash deposits from importers of fabricated structural steel from China and Mexico based on the preliminary rates noted above.



In 2018, imports of fabricated structural steel from Canada, China, and Mexico were valued at an estimated US$722.5 million, $897.5 million, and $622.4 million, respectively.



The petitioner is the American Institute of Steel Construction Full Member Subgroup (Chicago, IL).



The strict enforcement of US trade law is a primary focus of the Trump Administration.



Since the beginning of the current Administration, Commerce has initiated 182 new antidumping and countervailing duty investigations - a 231 per cent increase from the comparable period in the previous administration.


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