Chinese Bar Grating Anti-Dumping Case

On June 24, 2010, The US International Trade Commission voted unanimously that imports of steel grating from China have injured the US industry. Antidumping and countervailing duties of 136-145% and 62.46% set earlier in June by the US Department of Commerce will now be applied.

The DOC found in its investigation that some Chinese producers had provided unreliable and sometimes false production certifications, leading the National Association of Architectural Metal Manufacturers (NAAMM) to issue an advisory warning to consumers about the quality of Chinese grating already in the US market.

The ITC's “affirmative determination is not surprising given that the Chinese relentlessly pushed continually increasing volumes of dumped and subsidized grating into the US market…by significantly underselling the US producers,” commented Alan Price of Wiley Rein, legal counsel for US petitioner Alabama Metal Industries.

Documents:

NAAMM Statement to Industry Regarding Quality of Certain Metal Bar Grating as a Result of Government Probe into Antidumping Case

U.S. Department of Commerce Final Determination

U.S. Department of Commerce Anti-Dumping Final Determination

 

       

 

 

 

   
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