Mexico extends antidumping duty on Ukrainian wire rod imports for five more years

Mexico’s economy secretariat, SE, extended existing anti-dumping (AD) duties over the imports of Ukrainian wire rod for five more years. SE said imports of the product, which falls under HS codes 7213.91.03 and 7213.99.99, will continue to be subject to a 41 percent AD levy. The decision follows a request from domestic producers Ternium Mexico, Deacero and TA 2000, formerly known as Talleres y Aceros, in August 2020. The extended antidumping duties... Read More

IREPAS statement on US DOC’s Section 232 recommendations

IREPAS is convinced that, if the United States imposes the import remedy options which have been recommended by the US Department of Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross following the conclusion of the Section 232 investigation into steel imports, American steel users will have to face much higher steel prices compared to the other parts of the world, which will certainly devastate many steel-using industries in the US. IREPAS affirms its belief that free... Read More

AD/CVD petitions against rebar imported to the US from Turkey and Mexico

The Rebar Trade Action Coalition in the US has filed an antidumping (AD) petition against steel concrete reinforcing bar imports from Turkey and Mexico and a countervailing duty (CVD) petition against steel concrete reinforcing bar imports from Turkey. The individual members of the Rebar Trade Action Coalition are listed herebelow: Byer Steel Corporation Cascade Steel Rolling Mills Inc. Commercial Metals Company Gerdau Ameristeel Inc. Nucor Corporation The... Read More