CBSA finds evidence of rebar dumping

Jun 30, 2014 | 05:39 PM | Nat Rudarakanchana

Tags  rebar, steel, steel imports, trade case, anti-dumping duties, subsidies, Canada Border Services Agency, CBSA Gerdau Long Steel North America

NEW YORK — The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) has found evidence of dumping and subsidizing in its preliminary investigation of certain rebar products from China, South Korea and Turkey.

The CBSA estimated preliminary dumping margins at 8.9 percent for South Korea, 5.6 percent for Turkey and 2.3 percent for China from January 2013 to March 2014, based partly on data provided by complainants ArcelorMittal Long Carbon North America, Contrecoeur, Quebec; Gerdau Long Steel North America’s Whitby, Ontario, facility; and Edmonton, Alberta-based AltaSteel Inc., Canada’s only domestic rebar producers....

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