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Canadian tribunal finds wire imports damaged industry

Keywords: Tags  Canadian International Trade Tribunal, galvanized steel wire, China, Israel, Spain, trade

NEW YORK — The Canadian International Trade Tribunal has determined there is reasonable indication that the alleged dumping of galvanized steel wire from China, Israel and Spain and alleged subsidies on the same product from China have caused, or are threatening to cause, injury to the Canadian industry.

As a result, the Canada Border Services Agency will continue its investigation, with a preliminary determination scheduled for April 22.

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