TORONTO The Canada Border
Services Agency will collect anti-dumping and countervailing
duties on tubing pup joints from China following a Canadian
International Trade Tribunal (CITT) ruling.
The tubing pup joint imports
were threatening to injure domestic firms, the CITT ruled,
although casing pup joint imports were not found to have caused
or threatened injury. The tribunal said it would release the
reasons for its findings on April 25.
The pup joint trade complaint was filed by Edmonton,
Alberta-based Dover Corp. (Canada) Ltd.s Alberta Oil Tool