Electrical steel industry cheers imports ruling
Jul 18, 2014 | 04:56 PM
| Rey Mashayekhi
NEW YORK The domestic grain-oriented electrical steel (GOES) industry praised the affirmative final ruling in an anti-dumping investigation of imports from three countries, but analysts warned that shifting end markets and continuing import penetration have dimmed the long-term outlook.
The Commerce Departments International Trade Administration this past week imposed final dumping margins ranging from 78.1 to 241.91 percent on GOES shipments from Germany, Japan and Poland (amm.com, July 17), unchanged from preliminary determinations in May. Commerces final rulings on GOES imports from China, the Czech Republic, Russia and South Korea are expected in September.....
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