Pipe case to spur Chinese delegation trip to US
Apr 16, 2009 | 07:33 AM
The Chinese central government will soon send a delegation to the United States to discuss the anti-dumping petition on Chinese welded and seamless steel pipe, the country's Ministry of Commerce said Wednesday.
The ministry recently met the U.S. Embassy's counselor for commercial affairs as authorities continue to pay close attention to the petition, which could affect a significant part of China's steel exports to the United States, which reached $3.2 billion last year, ministry spokesman Yao Jian said.....
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