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Downstream aluminum groups sound alarm over self-initiated AD, CVD cases

February 28, 2018 at 3:57 PM
National Marine Manufacturers Association officials, in meetings with lawmakers and Commerce Department officials this week, are arguing that any duties resulting from self-initiated probes into common alloy aluminum sheet from China will unduly harm aluminum-consuming groups in the U.S. Last November, the U.S. self-initiated what the Commerce Department called “historic” antidumping and countervailing investigations into imports of Chinese common alloy aluminum sheet – the first self-initiated cases in roughly 30 years. The U.S. International Trade Commission last month unanimously ruled...


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