Senators oppose Firth Rixson's push to import duty-free titanium
Apr 01, 2013 | 11:42 AM
| Frank Haflich
LOS ANGELES Three U.S. senators are opposing an effort by Firth Rixson Inc. to import titanium billets duty free to its Monroe, N.Y., aerospace forgings facility.
A recommendation by U.S. Commerce Department staff members to allow Firth Rixson to import the product duty free would "quickly lead to significant harm to domestic titanium producers and forgers," the senatorsSherrod Brown (D., Ohio), Rob Portman (R., Ohio) and Robert P. Casey Jr. (D., Pa.)argued this past week in a letter to....
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