United States International Trade Commission

USITC Confirms Antidumping And Countervailing Duties On Aluminium Cable And Wire Imports From China

USITC Confirms Antidumping And Countervailing Duties On Aluminium Cable And Wire Imports From China

On Wednesday the United States government released a determination that below-cost imports of aluminium wire and cable from the People’s Republic of China led to a material injury to American manufacturers, necessitating a long-term imposition of antidumping and countervailing duties against future...

U.S. Aluminium Stakeholders Lay Blame At Chinese Producers’ Feet During USITC Hearing

Representatives of aluminium foil makers in the United States called upon the federal government to enact tariffs against imports of the same from the People’s Republic of China during a hearing held by the U.S. International Trade Commission yesterday. With the decision due in mere weeks, speakers representing several aluminium stakeholders descended upon the District […]

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 […]

USITC Report Blames China for Global Oversupply

The United States International Trade Commission released its report on the global aluminium market last week. The 610-page tome determined that major price declines and consumption growth in the worldwide market were primarily the responsibility of the People’s Republic of China. The report is the result of the United States Congress’s request in late February […]

U.S. Commerce Department Launches Dumping Probe Over Chinese Aluminium Foil

The United States Department of Commerce announced on Tuesday that it has begun a new pair of investigations of aluminium foil imported from suppliers in the People’s Republic of China. The antidumping duty (AD) and countervailing duty (CVD) investigations launched Tuesday are the result of a petition filed earlier this month by the Aluminum Association […]

USITC Votes Unanimously to Keep Chinese Extruded Aluminum Antidumping Measures In Place

A day after the Aluminum Association filed its groundbreaking suit against the People’s Republic of China alleging unfair trading practices, the United States International Trade Commission delivered a determination that keeping existing antidumping measures in place is necessary to prevent aluminium extruders from China from doing the industry a material harm in the foreseeable future. […]