U.S. ITC yanks duties on Brazilian cold-rolled flat steel

This advertisement has not loaded yet, but your article continues below. Author of the article: Article content WASHINGTON — The U.S. International Trade Commission has revoked duties on cold-rolled steel flat products from Brazil, a statement on its website showed on Wednesday. In its five-year review, the committee voted to continue duties on those products…
U.S. ITC yanks duties on Brazilian cold-rolled flat steel

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WASHINGTON — The U.S. International Trade Commission has revoked duties on cold-rolled steel flat products from Brazil, a statement on its website showed on Wednesday.

In its five-year review, the committee voted to continue duties on those products from China, India, Japan, South Korea and the United Kingdom. (Reporting by Chris Gallagher; editing by Susan Heavey)

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