AISI's Gibson counsels caution on TPP talks
Oct 10, 2013 | 06:17 PM
| Catherine Ngai
SÃO PAULO U.S. steelmakers should be wary of advanced negotiations for the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), particularly when certain issuessuch as those involving countries with state-owned enterprisesmay in turn hurt domestic players.
"Were seeking strong provisions in the TPP with regard to disciplines involving state-owned enterprises and currency," Thomas J. Gibson, president and chief executive officer of the American Iron and Steel Institute, told AMM on the sidelines of the World Steel Association annual conference in São Paulo.....
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