LOGIN

Forgot password?
Sign up today and your first download is free.
REGISTER

ITC

(Daily News)
July 26, 2017

SolarWorld Americas Inc., one of the two petitioners in an ongoing solar safeguard case at the U.S. International Trade Commission, was handed two wins last week at the U.S. Court of International Trade, which upheld the scope of cases the company brought against China and Taiwan.


(In Trade)
July 14, 2017

SEIA plans to spotlight the manufacturing implications of duties on solar imports.


(Daily News)
July 10, 2017

International aluminum industry group requests for a global forum on excess capacity did not lead to an agreement at the G20 leaders summit in Germany last week.


(Daily News)
July 07, 2017

A long-awaited report from the U.S. International Trade Commission has determined that the competitiveness of the U.S. aluminum industry has been diminished by Chinese excess production, while acknowledging that various reasons factor into the competitiveness of different industry segments.


(Daily News)
July 06, 2017

U.S. Steel Corporation has filed for sanctions against Chinese steel manufacturers in an ongoing Section 337 case, claiming that respondents have refused to produce necessary documentation on a trans-shipment claim sought by the U.S. company in a closely watched case at the U.S. International Trade Commission.


(Daily News)
June 22, 2017

China on Thursday urged the U.S. to use caution in its Section 232 investigation into the national security implications of aluminum imports, arguing that the World Trade Organization's “legal framework” does not permit members to impose trade restrictions through an “abusive invocation” of national security.


(In Trade)
June 16, 2017

The European Commission asks to enter the safeguard case as an interested party, joining Korea, China, Mexico, Canada and others.


(In Trade)
June 09, 2017

Boeing says the planes are “subsidized and sold in the United States at less than fair value.”


(Daily News)
June 09, 2017

Rep. Daniel Kildee (D-MI) is pushing the U.S. International Trade Commission to expeditiously complete a safeguard investigation into solar imports to stop future domestic solar producers from going bankrupt -- which he claims is the primary result of global solar cell and module overproduction.


(In Trade)
May 30, 2017

The U.S. kicked off the investigation on May 17.


(In Trade)
May 25, 2017

The two companies say that together they are representative of the U.S. industry.


(Daily News)
May 23, 2017

The U.S. International Trade Commission has decided to initiate an investigation into imports of solar panel products under Section 202 of the Trade Act of 1974, which it has deemed “extraordinarily complicated” – meaning it will take more time.


Pages