Canadian tribunal finds hot-roll injuries

The Canadian International Tribunal has determined that dumped flat hot-rolled carbon and alloy steel and strip had, in some cases, caused injury to Canadian industry. Included in the determination were imports from Brazil, Bulgaria, China, Chinese Taipei, India, Macedonia, South Africa, Ukraine and Yugoslavia. In addition, subsidised goods originating in or exported from India were also found to have caused injury. Antidumping duties will be upheld in these cases. However, the dumping of the aforementioned goods originating in or exported from the Republic of Korea, New Zealand and Saudi Arabia were found not to have caused material injury or retardation, nor were they threatening to cause material injury to the domestic industry. Antidumping duties for these three countries will be removed.

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