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Commerce sets duties on steel wire rod

Keywords: Tags  Commerce Department, International Trade Administration, ITA, steel imports, carbon steel wire rod, alloy steel wire rod, anti-dumping


NEW YORK — In the final results of an expedited second sunset review of anti-dumping duty orders on imports of carbon and certain alloy steel wire rod, the U.S. Commerce Department’s International Trade Administration (ITA) set weighted-average margins of 74.45 to 94.73 percent on material from Brazil, 4.05 percent for Indonesia, 20.11 percent for Mexico, 369.1 percent for Moldova, 11.4 percent for Trinidad and Tobago and 116.37 percent for Ukraine.

Commerce expedited the review after receiving no responses from interested respondent parties.


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