Canadian stainless review

The Canadian International Trade Tribunal (CITT) decided to conduct a “sunset review” on imports of stainless steel round bar from Germany, France, India, Italy, Japan, Spain, Sweden, Taiwan and the UK with the possible imposition of anti-dumping duties ranging between 8% and 52%, a case now four years old.
CITT also announced the review of June 1999 ruling on stainless bar imports from the South Korea, which was later added to the original case by the petitioner, Atlas Specialty Steels of Welland, Ontario, Canada’s only stainless steel bar producer. The Atlas mill is now owned by Slater Steel Inc., Mississauga, Ontario.
Canada Customs and Revenues Agency will provide notice of its dumping determinations within 120 days, which shall be followed by CITT’s decision on whether to issue an injury order or not by 3 September 2003, for the original cases, and 17 June 2004, for the Korean case.

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