Trade law enforcement an issue for wire sector
May 23, 2012 | 11:11 AM
| Catherine Ngai
DALLAS Uneven U.S. trade law enforcement remains a top concern of wire industry participants, according to Leggett & Platt government policy and legal affairs strategist Amy DeArmond.
"Weve seen a rampant invasion of our (duty) orders go unchecked at our borders. We want to highlight and make enough noise to seek a solution," she told delegates Tuesday at the Wire Rod Supply Chain Conference in Dallas co-hosted by AMM and the American Wire Producers Association. ....
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