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U.S. Mills Expand Circumvention Claims Against Processed Sheet From Vietnam

14 Jun 2018 - U.S. producers are accusing their South Korean counterparts of circumventing anti-dumping duties by shipping coils to Vietnam for processing into cold-rolled and corrosion-resistant sheet, reports Metal Bulletin. 

Union Workers Strike Indiana Roll Plant

13 Jun 2018 - Workers at roll maker Union Electric Steel’s plant in Valparaiso, Ind., USA, have gone on strike, demanding wage increases, reports The Times newspaper of northwest Indiana. 

Cliffs to Divest Australian Iron Ore Mine

12 Jun 2018 - Iron ore miner Cleveland-Cliffs Inc. has reached an agreement to sell its Australian iron ore operation to Australia's Mineral Resources Ltd. for an undisclosed amount.

Indiana Harbor Doubles Shipments to Sister Plant

11 Jun 2018 - ArcelorMittal’s Indiana Harbor facility has achieved its goal of shipping 1 million tons’ worth of slabs to ArcelorMittal’s joint venture finishing operation in Alabama.

Senators Look to Block Trump on Section 232 Tariffs

07 Jun 2018 - A bipartisan group of senators have introduced a bill requiring Congressional approval on tariffs imposed in the name of national security.

CMC Winds Up First Spool of Rebar

07 Jun 2018 - Commercial Metals Company’s new micro-mill in Oklahoma has begun producing spooled rebar, according to the plant’s technology supplier, Danieli.

Mexico Slaps Retaliatory Tariffs on U.S. Whiskey, Agricultural Products

06 Jun 2018 - Mexico said it will impose tariffs on American steel, Tennessee whiskey and pork, among other products, as payback for a 25% tariff on Mexican steel, according to the Bloomberg news service.

Ryerson Expands Through US$140M Acquisition

06 Jun 2018 - Steel processor and distributor Ryerson Holding Corp. has reached to a deal to acquire a metal service center with locations in the eastern and central United States.

Citing Section 232 Tariffs, U. S. Steel Says it Will Restart Another Idled Blast Furnace

05 Jun 2018 - United States Steel Corporation is planning to restart the second of two blast furnaces at its Granite City works in Illinois and rehire 300 people, the company announced on Tuesday.   

Steel, Aluminum Industries Respond to Section 232 Decision

01 Jun 2018 - The steel and aluminum industries are weighing in on the Trump administration's decision to impose the Section 232 tariffs on imports from Canada, Mexico and the European Union. Here's what they're saying: 

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