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Canada completes initial injury probe on galvanized wire

Keywords: Tags  CITT, dumping, subsidies, galvanized steel wire, Tree Island Steel

NEW YORK — The Canadian International Trade Tribunal (CITT) has completed its preliminary injury inquiry into a dumping complaint against galvanized steel wire from China, Israel and Spain.

Petitioner Tree Island Steel Ltd. also claims it suffered injury as a result of subsidies on the same goods from China.

The CITT will determine March 22 if there is reasonable indication that dumping and subsidies have injured the domestic market. If so, the Canadian Border Services Agency will continue its investigation and issue preliminary determinations by April 22.

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