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Review of events that led to Commerce decision on 5050 alloy duties evasion by Chinese firm

Wednesday, November 9, 2016   (0 Comments)
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Scott Patterson and John Miller do a good job of boiling down the events that led up to the decision by the U.S. Commerce Department that Zhongwang used heat-treated 5050 alloy grade aluminum extrusions to avoid duties. "Commerce said Chinese producers started employing new methods to sell aluminum in the U.S. after the tariffs were imposed, indicating they were designed to evade trade barriers. The expanded restrictions apply to all Chinese aluminum exporters and U.S. importers, not just China Zhongwang, the memo said."

Read their report here.


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