China’s trade practices hurt US industries: steel players
Oct 03, 2012 | 01:39 PM
| Catherine Ngai
NEW YORK China has failed to comply with its international trade obligations, steel interests said Wednesday, citing alleged currency manipulation, export restrictions and government subsidies.
"The current U.S.-China trade relationship is taking a tremendous toll on U.S. manufacturers," Kevin Dempsey, senior vice president of public policy and general counsel for the American Iron and Steel Institute, said in a prepared statement during a hearing at the U.S. Trade Representatives Office. ....
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