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Two Chinese steel manufacturers hit with sanctions in ongoing 337 case

August 10, 2017
Editor's note: This story was clarified after initial publication to include more information on the types of sanctions imposed. Two Chinese steel manufacturers, in a Section 337 case at the U.S. International Trade Commission, have been hit with sanctions for allegedly neglecting to produce necessary documentation in a trans-shipment claim pursued by U.S. Steel. Administrative Law Judge Dee Lord ruled to apply sanctions to two of seven Chinese respondents, saying the steel manufacturers withheld information in the investigation's discovery...

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