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Antitrust oral argument at ITC hits on national security concerns

April 20, 2017
U.S. Steel Corp. in arguments before the U.S. International Trade Commission on April 20 asserted that antitrust claims could be entirely blocked from coming before the ITC if plaintiffs must demonstrate antitrust injury under the section 337 statute, saying the requirement is “impossible to meet” -- and that this would lead to increased dependence on foreign steel and jeopardize the ability to provide adequate products used for national defense purposes. U.S. Steel and attorneys for Chinese steel companies faced off...

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