Associate editor at S&P Global Platts, reporting on market trends for steel sheet products, trade and aluminum. Photography and podcast enthusiast.
It took four years, but we might now know what former Nucor CEO Dan DiMicco meant in 2012 when he said Nucor was “exploring some very new and unique ways” of combating unfairly traded steel imports.
Recent trade case announcements by the US Department of Commerce may offer clues as to how the Trump administration will handle the Section 232 investigation, which is looking into steel imports’ impact on national security.
The 15th anniversary of China's accession to the World Trade Organization came and went on Sunday without any change in how the US will treat the country under antidumping duty laws -- to the relief of the US steel industry.
Traders in the US sheet steel market have been canceling orders of Vietnamese cold-rolled and galvanized sheet, creating more uncertainty in a market that has been seeing weekly price erosion since late August.
Two US steelmakers requested Thursday that the US Department of Commerce find that China is circumventing antidumping and countervailing duties on cold-rolled steel coil and corrosion-resistant sheet by processing hot-rolled coil in Vietnam.
Achievable spot prices for normal sheet orders remain somewhat nebulous in the US market, as buyers continue to place minimal orders, trying to minimize their exposure to inventory devaluation.
The US Department of Commerce on Thursday postponed its preliminary antidumping duty determination for nine of the 12 countries involved in an unfair trade case on cut-to-length steel plate, following a request by the domestic petitioners.
The US Department of Commerce sent notice to the Ministry of Economic Development of the Russian Federation Friday that it will terminate the agreement suspending the antidumping investigation on certain hot-rolled flat-rolled carbon quality steel products, and as a result, dumping margins will be imposed.
The US Department of Commerce imposed final antidumping duties on hot-rolled coil steel imports from seven countries as well as higher subsidy rates on most producers from Brazil, South Korea and Turkey, it said Friday.
US Steel plans $200 million more in asset revita...
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Multiple US and Chinese companies spoke out for and against US Steel's use of a Section 337 investigation to try to bar all Chinese carbon and alloy steel products from the US market, ahead of the US International Trade Commission's decision on whether to begin the investigation.
Domestic prices for US hot-dip galvanized sheet jumped in April and looked to maintain pricing momentum in the near term, according to market sources. Import offers were also higher, but less attractive, because of long delivery times and uncertainty regarding availability and pricing.