aluminium dumping

CNIA Denies Aluminium Dumping Allegations, Citing Better Tech And “Internal” Factors In Europe

CNIA Denies Aluminium Dumping Allegations, Citing Better Tech And “Internal” Factors In Europe

The People’s Republic of China’s aluminium trade group denied dumping allegations by their counterparts in the European Union, responding in a statement that it is being unfairly punished for “internal” factors occurring at the complaining companies. “China’s aluminum extrusion products have not...

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India Launches Dumping Investigation Into Imports Of Aluminium- And Zinc-Coated Steel From China, Vietnam, And S. Korea

Acting on a complaint by a domestic producer, the government of India this week launched an investigation into allegations of dumping of aluminium and zinc-coated flat products by producers from the People’s Republic of China, Vietnam, and the Republic of Korea. The investigation, which is to be undertaken by India’s Directorate General of Trade Remedies […]

Aluminum Association Lauds Commerce Department’s Affirmative Determinations Of Common Aluminium Alloy Sheet Imported From China

United States aluminium trade group the Aluminum Association remarked in favor of antidumping and countervailing duties on imports of common alloy aluminum sheet shipped from the People’s Republic of China earlier this week, noting the struggle domestic makers have faced from the subsidized aluminium sheet sold to the U.S. market. On Wednesday the Commerce Department […]

USITC Votes Unanimously In Favor of Duties on Imported Chinese Aluminium Foil

The United States government fired another shot across the bow of the People’s Republic of China’s ship of state on Thursday when the United States International Trade Commission (USITC) voted unanimously in the affirmative for the proposition that imports of Chinese aluminium foil inflicted material harm upon the U.S. aluminium industry. The vote, which is […]

Aluminium Stakeholders Weigh In After Commerce Department’s Public Release of Section 232 Investigation Report

U.S. Department of Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross released the department’s report on steel and aluminium imports investigated during the recent Section 232 national security investigation yesterday, in which the Department recommends a mix of tariffs and quotas on aluminium products entering from abroad, including from the People’s Republic of China. The reports, which were delivered […]