Trade laws said crucial to steel’s future
May 01, 2013 | 05:44 PM
| Catherine Ngai
WASHINGTON Strict enforcement of trade laws will be crucial to keeping steelmakers margins healthy and maintaining the U.S. manufacturing sectors strength, according to several top trade attorneys.
"The trade laws have been critical to the survival of ... the steel industry," David "Skip" Hartquist, a partner at Washington-based law firm Kelley Drye & Warren LLP, said at the Steel Manufacturers Associations annual members conference May 1. "The U.S. market remains so attractive that foreign producers are willing to violate trade laws and WTO (World Trade Organization) rules. If you let your guard down, theyll swallow you up." ....
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