Mexican exporter claims USA broke Nafta rules with steel antidumping duty
Apr 19, 2012 | 08:00 PM
Mexican steel company Maquilacero has accused the US Department of Commerce of breaking North American Free Trade Agreement (Nafta) by imposing unfair antidumping duties on certain metal products exported into the USA.
The company filed a complaint in March with the US section of the Nafta secretariat, which will establish a panel to review the case.
The complaint challenged a 2011 decision made by the International Trade Administration section of the US Department....
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