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ITC delays pipe trade case ruling

Keywords: Tags  stainless pressure pipe, Synalloy, ITC, International Trade Commission, Malaysia pipe, Thailand pipe, Vietnam pipe, anti-dumping duty Thorsten Schier

NEW YORK — The U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) has postponed its preliminary determinations in an anti-dumping duty trade case of welded stainless pressure pipe from Malaysia, Thailand and Vietnam until Dec. 30 due to the recent government shutdown.

The decisions were originally set for Oct. 23, according to Spartanburg, S.C.-based Synalloy Corp., a petitioner in the case through its Bristol Metals LLC subsidiary.

"The postponement of the (ITC’s) preliminary anti-dumping duty determinations is not expected to have an adverse effect on (its) final determinations," Synalloy said.

The ITC initiated the case June 28 and final determinations are now expected by mid-2014, it added.

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