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(Daily News)
October 27, 2016

Chinese steel companies in the coming weeks are expected to produce long-sought internal pricing and production information in a landmark Section 337 investigation at the U.S. International Trade Commission, which observers believe could hand the U.S. steel industry a potent new tool to combat what it sees as under-priced Chinese imports and trade secret theft.


(In Trade)
October 21, 2016

“Facing significant challenges and disruptions from digital technologies and in navigating the post-recessionary financial landscape.”


(In Trade)
October 14, 2016

“The American Manufacturing Competitiveness Act establishes a process for the consideration of requests for temporary duty suspensions and reductions.”


(Daily News)
September 30, 2016

The Chinese aluminum industry defended its production practices during a 10-hour U.S. International Trade Commission hearing on Sept. 29, with Chinese business officials testifying that most of the country's existing production meets current domestic demand, and that China needs to add another 10 million pounds of capacity in the next decade to meet future demand.


(Daily News)
September 29, 2016

China endured a daylong barrage of accusations from the U.S. aluminum industry at a Sept 29 International Trade Commission hearing, with the U.S. side accusing China of flooding the global market with unfairly priced aluminum despite facing inherent disadvantages that would make its smelters uncompetitive under free-market conditions.


(In Trade)
September 23, 2016

Antidumping and countervailing duties set for two mandatory respondents as well as on the broader Indian industry


(Daily News)
September 22, 2016

Chinese steel companies targeted by an ongoing Section 337 investigation at the U.S. International Trade Commission are attempting to get two key elements of the case dismissed before they're forced to expose their business operations to evidentiary discovery or risk being blocked from the U.S. market entirely, according to attorneys following the case.


(Daily News)
September 20, 2016

The Chinese steel industry is taking a third shot at dismissing false designation of origin allegations in an ongoing Section 337 investigation without offering new evidence supporting why the case should be tossed by the International Trade Commission, U.S. Steel Corp. says in a Sept. 19 filing.


(Daily News)
September 19, 2016

The administrative law judge overseeing an ongoing Section 337 investigation into the Chinese steel industry told attorneys for both sides during a pre-hearing briefing last week that she welcomes any efforts that narrow the case “to manageable proportions.”


(In Trade)
September 16, 2016

The opinion states Viraj has not shown it can export stainless steel to the U.S. under the terms of a limited exclusion order.


(Daily News)
September 15, 2016

The Chinese aluminum industry will discuss that nation's export policies and subsidies during an upcoming U.S. International Trade Commission fact-finding hearing investigating the health of the U.S. aluminum industry and how it is affected by Chinese policies that contribute to global aluminum overcapacity.


(In Trade)
September 15, 2016

The informational site in October will become “a web-based MTB portal to be used for filing and commenting on MTB petitions.”


(In Trade)
September 13, 2016

Commerce to issue CVD orders on imports from Brazil and Korea, and antidumping duties on imports from Australia, Brazil, Japan, Korea the Netherlands, Turkey and the UK.


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