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Fabricated Steel Case May Build Up USMCA Risks

The U.S. government will proceed with an investigation into alleged dumping of structural steel from China, Canada and Mexico. The case may prove controversial in the context of attempts to ratify the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement given attempts by Canada and Mexico to remove the U.S. section 2... Read more →


Slow and Steady Wins The Race for Steel Tariff Relief

Nearly one year after the implementation of U.S. section 232 steel and aluminum tariffs there are still new applications for exemptions being made to the government. As at Mar. 5 112,802 filings had been made with 74.8% of cases still awaiting a decision. At the current rate of review it coul... Read more →


Dumping Complaints Increase, Government Won’t Spare The Rod

Petitions to the U.S. government to investigate anti-dumping cases picked up in February with three new cases filed – the most since last September. The increase in complaints may reflect increased trade policy uncertainty with regards to tariff exemption requests for both Chinese exports and ... Read more →


Posco and Ternium Trigger Mexican Steel Safeguarding Response

The Mexican government plans to apply 15% import duties to steel that has come from countries that it does not have a free trade agreement (FTA) with. Imports in 2018 from non-FTA countries were worth $7.47 billion, or 28.5% of total steel shipments. A 23.0% year over year growth in imports fr... Read more →


Vale and Ternium Deliver on EU’s Steel Safeguarding Fears

The Brazilian government is seeking damages payments from the European Union at the WTO due to EU safeguarding duties against steel imports. The EU’s duties were a response to concerns that the U.S. section 232 duties would lead exports to be diverted to Europe. That’s certainly been the case ... Read more →

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