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Trade Remedy

(Daily News)
April 21, 2017

The U.S. International Trade Commission ruled Friday that it will continue investigating imports of aluminum foil from China, which the U.S. industry claims are causing material injury to the domestic industry.


(Daily News)
April 20, 2017

President Trump has ordered Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross to hasten the department's Section 232 investigation into the national security implications of steel imports, which Ross said can be completed within the 270-day time line laid out in Section 232 of the Trade Expansion Act.


(Daily News)
April 18, 2017

A group of competition and trade policy experts is recommending that the Trump administration make use of Section 301 of the 1974 Trade Act and other trade laws to combat foreign government's use of competition law to erect trade barriers, among other suggestions to address the issue.


(Daily News)
April 03, 2017

AK Steel Corporation, the United Steelworkers, and other manufacturers have submitted comments urging the U.S. International Trade Commission to reverse an administrative law judge's dismissal of U.S. Steel's antitrust claim against Chinese companies, saying the case is based on section 337 trade-remedy law which functions differently than broader antitrust laws because it is designed to protect U.S. industry rather than competition.


(Daily News)
March 23, 2017

Trade analysts from law firms and academia at a March 23 event predicted an increased use of antidumping and countervailing duty mechanisms as a key part of the Trump administration's trade policy, while urging the U.S. not to turn its back on the World Trade Organization.


(Daily News)
March 17, 2017

For the first time, aluminum groups from the U.S., Canada and the EU are urging G-20 leaders to address overcapacity in the industry through the creation of a global forum as a possible multilateral solution to the issue, pointing to the forum on steel excess capacity that resulted from last year's summit.


(Daily News)
March 10, 2017

The U.S. International Trade Commission wants additional public comment on Administrative Law Judge Dee Lord’s decision to dismiss U.S. Steel’s antitrust claim against Chinese manufacturers, the ITC said in a notice last week. The action pushes back an oral argument from next week to April 20.


(Daily News)
March 09, 2017

The Aluminum Association has filed petitions to the Commerce Department and U.S. International Trade Commission alleging that imports of aluminum foil from China have been illegally dumped into U.S. markets and are benefiting from subsidies provided by the Chinese government, according to a March 9 statement by the U.S.-based trade association.


(Daily News)
March 07, 2017

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang said China will work to reduce its steel production capacity this year -- a major issue for U.S. producers and expected to be a Trump administration priority -- and for the first time set quantifiable targets in an annual government report released on March 5 in Beijing.


(Daily News)
February 27, 2017

The U.S International Trade Commission has decided to review -- and consequently reverse -- a U.S. Steel false designation of origin claim that was previously dismissed by Administrative Law Judge Dee Lord due to the company’s alleged failure to provide “direct evidence” of trans-shipment instances, sending the claim back to Lord for “further proceedings.”


(Daily News)
February 27, 2017

The U.S. International Trade Commission decided on Feb. 24 to conduct an oral argument as the commission reviews Administrative Law Judge Dee Lord's dismissal of U.S. Steel's antitrust claim against Chinese manufacturers, which the U.S. company appealed on the grounds that demonstrating antitrust injury should not be required in any section 337 investigation.


(Daily News)
February 22, 2017

The U.S. International Trade Commission, as part of an investigation of global aluminum production and overcapacity issues, has received a slew of comments from interested parties slamming China for practices that allegedly have an adverse impact on U.S. and other producers.


(Daily News)
February 17, 2017

A coalition of CEOs from U.S. industries particularly sensitive to foreign dumping is calling for increased enforcement of trade laws in order to restore the U.S. economy, and want Congress to make both statutory and practice changes to trade enforcement law.


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