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Canada extends tubing duties vs. two countries

Keywords: Tags  Canadian International Trade Tribunal, steel tubing, structural tubing, hollow structural sections, South Korea tubing, South Africa tubing, Turkish tubing, anti-dumping duties Thorsten Schier


NEW YORK — The Canadian International Trade Tribunal has extended anti-dumping duties on structural tubing, or hollow structural sections (up to and including 16 inches in outside diameter), from South Korea and Turkey and removed duties on South African product.

The duties had been scheduled to expire Dec. 21 (amm.com, Feb. 20).


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