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July 31, 2013
17:58 EDTAKSAK Steel to ask U.S. to seek further rulings against China
AK Steel said that the Chinese Ministry of Commerce has announced its purported implementation of the recommendations and rulings of the World Trade Organization Dispute Settlement Body regarding MOFCOM's flawed investigation regarding imports of grain oriented electrical steel from the United States. In the GOES case, a WTO dispute panel found that MOFCOM's findings on injury and causation violated China's WTO obligations because, among other things, they were not based on positive evidence and an objective examination of the evidence. "AK Steel applauds the efforts of the United States Trade Representative to enforce China's WTO obligations in this dispute," said James Wainscott, CEO of AK Steel. "We are disappointed that the Government of China has chosen to disregard its WTO obligations, and we will continue to urge the U.S. Government to seek further rulings that China has not complied with the DSB's recommendations and rulings." AK Steel will also request that the U.S. Government seek WTO authorization to impose retaliatory tariffs against certain imports from China until China comes into compliance by revoking the antidumping and countervailing duty measures on GOES from the United States.
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December 12, 2014
08:45 EDTAKSUSW members ratify labor agreement for AK Steel's Ashland Works
AK Steel said that members of United Steelworkers Local 1865 have ratified a new 42-month labor agreement covering more than 800 hourly production and maintenance employees at the company's Ashland, Kentucky Works. The new agreement will take effect following expiration of the existing contract on March 1, 2015. The new agreement will expire on September 1, 2018.
December 4, 2014
08:58 EDTAKSAK Steel's Ashland, Kentucky blast furnace hearth resumes full production
AK Steel announced that the reline of the blast furnace hearth at its Ashland, Kentucky Works was successful and the blast furnace has returned to full production, which is significantly above pre-outage levels, following an approximate four week, planned outage for maintenance work.

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