Globe optimistic on Canadian silicon trade case
May 07, 2013 | 03:09 PM
| Michael Cowden
CHICAGO New York-based Globe Specialty Metals Inc. said it has high hopes for market opportunities that could result from a trade complaint the company filed last month against Chinese silicon shipped to Canada.
Assuming we succeed, we would then open up an additional, commercially viable market free of dumped product and essentially expand the North American market by almost 10 percent, executive chairman Alan Kestenbaum said during a conference call May 7.....
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