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OCTG mills seek trade case delay

Keywords: Tags  Hyundai Hysco, Nexteel, OCTG, oil country tubular goods, anti-dumping case, Commerce Department, Thorsten Schier

NEW YORK — Hyundai Hysco Co. and Nexteel Co. Ltd. have joined a request for an extension to the U.S. Commerce Department’s final decision in an ongoing oil country tubular goods (OCTG) anti-dumping investigation. Both companies are mandatory respondents for South Korea.

A similar request was made by India’s Jindal Saw Ltd. (, Feb. 5). The parties are all seeking an extension in the case to 135 days after preliminary decisions are made vs. the typical 75 days.

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  • Barry Zekelman
    Feb 07, 2014

    Why so they can ramp up the surge of dumped OCTG even more, that is insane!

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