U.S. Imposes New Duties On Standard Pipe From India
On Wednesday, July 10, the U.S. Department of Commerce called for new anti-dumping duties on imports of standard pipe from India. The department assigned dumping margins of 18.55 to 87.39 percent to the imports.
As FastmarketsAMM (subscription required) explained, U.S. anti-dumping orders on these products from India have been in place since 1986, but the margins have so far been de minimis. The case decided last week involves pipe and tube with an outside diameter between 0.375in and 16in. Grades include A53, A120 and A135.
The Commerce Department is expected to make the final results of its review public within the next 120 days.