Russian ferrosilicon escapes US duties
Jul 25, 2014 | 03:40 PM
| Daniel Fitzgerald
NEW YORK U.S. imports of Russian ferrosilicon have escaped anti-dumping duties after the Commerce Department confirmed its preliminary negative ruling, but Venezuelan shipments will face duties of more than 20 percent.
Commerces final determination July 25 affirmed its preliminary ruling in March, when it assessed a zero margin on Russian ferrosilicon producer RFA International LP, but set an anti-dumping duty of 22.84 percent for FerroAtlantica de Venezuela SA (FerroVen) and all other Venezuelan producers, down from a preliminary margin of 27.27 percent (amm.com, March 5). ....
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