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U.S. Commerce Department Assesses Antidumping Duties On Aluminium Wire Producers From China Of Up To 63.47 Percent

U.S. Commerce Department Assesses Antidumping Duties On Aluminium Wire Producers From China Of Up To 63.47 Percent

Acting on a petition by two domestic wire makers, the United States Commerce Department yesterday announced the affirmative preliminary determination in the antidumping duty (AD) investigation on imported aluminium and wire from producers in the People’s Republic of China, noting that Chinese...

U.S. Commerce Department Self-Initiates Investigation Into Common Alloy Aluminium Sheet from China

The United States Department of Commerce surprised the aluminium industry Tuesday when it announced a self-initiated antidumping duty (AD) and countervailing duty (CVD) investigation of imports of common alloy aluminum sheet imported into the country from the People’s Republic of China. The move, which is the first self-initiated investigation by the Department in over 25 […]

US Senator Schumer Addresses USITC on Behalf of Aluminium Industry

United States Senator Charles E. Schumer (D-NY) spoke to the US International Trade Commission on behalf of aluminium producers in his state on Monday. Representing Alcoa and Novelis, Schumer urged the commission to address predatory trade practices from firms based in the People’s Republic of China. “The aluminum we use to build our buildings roads, […]

US Government Continues Anti-Dumping Duties Against China

The United States government is expected to maintain an anti-dumping and anti-subsidy order on aluminium extrusions from the People’s Republic of China, according to a Chinese government website. The “China Trade Remedy Information” website, which is operated by China’s Ministry of Commerce, posted an article Tuesday afternoon (Beijing time) indicating that the US Department of […]