Commerce sets duties vs. ornamental tubing from China
Nov 27, 2007 | 02:21 PM
| Rory Carroll
Countervailing duties could be imposed on imports of light-walled rectangular tubing from China to offset government subsidies to that country's industry.
The U.S. Commerce Department on Tuesday set duties ranging from 0.27 to 77.85 percent, depending on the company, with an all-others rate of 2.99 percent, that will be applied if the International Trade Commission (ITC) determines the U.S. steel industry has been injured by the imports.....
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