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China Says It Might Challenge U.S. Import Duties

28 Jun 2016 - China’s commerce ministry, which has said America’s imposition of import duties on certain steel products is protectionist, now says it might sue the country through the World Trade Organization, according to the Reuters news service.

U.S. Trade Commission Upholds Duties on Corrosion-Resistant Steel

27 Jun 2016 - The U.S. International Trade Commission has affirmed that domestic producers are being harmed by imports of corrosion-resistant steel from five countries, including China.

China Calls U.S. Cold Rolled Duties 'Protectionist'

23 Jun 2016 - China is taking the United States to task after American trade officials affirmed anti-dumping and countervailing duties of more than 500 percent on Chinese cold rolled producers.

U.S. Cold Rolled Producers Injured by Imports, U.S. Trade Commission Finds

22 Jun 2016 - American producers have been harmed by unfairly traded imports of cold rolled sheet from China and Japan, the U.S. International Trade Commission ruled on Wednesday.

Trade Commission Moves Forward on U.S. Steel Corp. Complaint

27 May 2016 - The U.S. International Trade Commission will pursue United States Steel Corporation’s Section 337 trade complaint against the largest of Chinese steel producers, the commission has announced.

G7 Resolves to Address Global Steel Glut

27 May 2016 - Leaders of the world’s seven wealthiest countries promised on Friday that they would take steps to address global excess steelmaking capacity, reports the Reuters news service.

Steel Prices Rebound, and Chinese Mills Restart

11 May 2016 - As steel prices rebound, Chinese mills that were shut down are returning to life and resuming production, despite global wishes for the country to cut its excess capacity.

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