Export slowdown doesn’t discourage scrap coalition
Oct 31, 2008 | 11:47 AM
| Diana Schwaeble
Despite a slowdown in international ferrous scrap trade due to plunging prices, the American Scrap Coalition (ASC) remains determined to eliminate taxes and other barriers imposed by numerous foreign governments on steel scrap exports.
The group's original goals have not changed, according to Alan Price, senior partner of Washington law firm Wiley Rein LLP and president of the ASC. "The issues that exist with scrap restrictions globally are a long-term problem and we are continuing to address them as such."....
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