US pushes case vs. Turkish rebar at meeting
Aug 21, 2014 | 04:38 PM
| Nat Rudarakanchana
NEW YORK The U.S. steel industry continues efforts to step up pressure in a trade case against Turkish reinforcing bar products, with senior executives from several domestic producers and their legal counsel meeting with Commerce Department officials in late July, an Aug. 19 Commerce filing shows.
But one trader said little has changed regarding the facts on the ground related to Turkish rebar output that would merit higher margins. "I dont know whats changed, from the preliminary to the final, other than a whole bunch of lobbying," he said.....
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