November 2001
Metal Center News;Nov2001, Vol. 41 Issue 12, p51
Trade Publication
Reports the filing of antidumping suits by three steel companies against countries exporting cold-rolled steel products in the United States. Inclusion of countervailing duty suits in the case; Allegation of the petitioners against subsidized steel imports; Increase in the percentage of imported steel products.


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